Global Educational Empowerment for 100,000 Girls

 
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Jul 15, 2009

New Progamming in the Caribbean!

Representatives of Sisterhood Agenda will be in the U.S. Virgin Islands during the months of July and August to pilot Sisterhood Agenda’s Sisterhood Empowerment Project in the Caribbean.

By the end of the year, the Sisterhood Agenda Empowerment project will be replicated in over 15 countries.

Future cultural exchanges are still planned for Central, South and Latin American territories, and India.

Sisterhood Agenda’s Positive Media will be expanded to include more online services for constituents.

Sisterhood Agenda’s President, Angela D. Coleman, was quoted about the need for self-love and the importance of critical thinking for girls in the August 2009 issue of ESSENCE magazine.

Impact data is being collected for this important global replication project.

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Project Leader

Angela D. Coleman

President
St. John, Virgin Islands

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Map of Global Educational Empowerment for 100,000 Girls