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Gloria Sangiwa

vice president, integrated program advancement
gsangiwa@pactworld.org

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...

Empowering caregivers in Lesotho

June 11, 2014
Mathuso Mokoenya, a 32-year-old mother of four in Lesotho, struggled to provide for her family after her husband left in search of work in South Africa. Although she worked at a local hair salon in...

Learning to save money a stepping stone to women's empowerment

December 31, 2013
Founding member of Pact-sponsored savings group goes on to shape Nepal’s national politics as a member of parliament

The Coca-Cola Foundation awards $400,000 grant to Pact

August 13, 2013
The Coca-Cola Foundation, the global philanthropic arm of The Coca-Cola Company, has awarded Pact a $400,000 grant to help 2,400 women in impoverished communities in Vietnam take control of their...

WORTH: Empowering women, creating abundance

October 29, 2008
When women have the means to lift themselves out of poverty, families and whole communities benefit. Pact’s award-winning WORTH program provides women with the tools to create a better life.

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