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Carrie Keju

senior director, livelihoods
ckeju@pactworld.org

For a dedicated mother in Vietnam, entrepreneurship is the key to success

January 5, 2017
After a Caesarean section, Pham Ngoc Yen’s savings was drained. With Pact's help, she's now saving for the future.

WORTH’s Global Impact: Empowering Women from Africa to Asia

December 13, 2016
Twenty years after Pact started its first WORTH group in Nepal, the community banking and empowerment model has transformed the lives of more than 400,000 rural women. Learn more at pactworld.org/...

Photo story: Poshereng Kaleh mothers group

October 12, 2016
Pact's SAQIP project is decreasing child deaths by empowering mothers to access health services for themselves and their kids.

Photo story: Now is better than before

October 12, 2016
For members of a Pact mothers group in Gombe State, Nigeria, the present is better than the past.

Sustainable development: Twenty years after their start, Pact’s first WORTH groups remain

July 14, 2016
Two decades after its founding, in a testament to the WORTH model’s sustainability, the Jyoti WORTH group in rural Nepal is still together, even though it’s been years since Pact’s assistance ended.

WORTH in Nepal: Anita's story

July 7, 2016
Anita Kumari Chaudhary, a member of a Pact WORTH group in Nepal, talks about how the program has improved her life. Learn more about WORTH here. 

For a young woman, a better life through entrepreneurship

March 2, 2016
It isn’t hard to find her in the center of a crowded market in Long Phu commune, Tam Binh district, Vinh Long province. Everyone here knows To Thi Thu Thao, a young woman who always has a shining...

In Myanmar, empowering women is a calling

January 29, 2016
In the nine years that Phyu Phyu Theint has worked for Pact, she has seen a lot of change. 
Mon Myat Thu contributors

In Myanmar, women pay it forward

March 3, 2015
When women do better, entire communities do better. That’s how Pact interprets this year’s theme for International Women’s Day – Empowering Women, Empowering Humanity.
Ma Lin Lin

Empowering women entrepreneurs: Lin Lin’s story

July 9, 2014
Imagine making $4 per day. Now imagine that money has to support a family of six. For Lin Lin, a 30-year-old wife and mother in Myanmar, that was her reality. In the Coca-Cola-produced video, “Every...

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