Empower girls like Priti in slums in Pune, India

 
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$3,369
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Sep 12, 2011

Powerful (Unseen) Women

Karunaprabha
Karunaprabha

We're delighted to announce that Karunaprabha, leader of this project, has been successfully nominated for One World Action's 100 Powerful (Unseen) Women award.

The women come from over 40 countries and have all contributed to positive social change on either a grassroots or global level. To learn more about this initiative, please follow this link:

http://oneworldaction.wordpress.com/100-unseen-powerful-women/

A huge congratulations to Karunaprabha for her momentous contribution to alleviating suffering in the slums of Vishrantwadi.

 



Karunaprabha
Karunaprabha
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Organization

Karuna Trust

London, England, United Kingdom
http://www.karuna.org/

Project Leader

Steven Murdoch

Staff Member
London, UK United Kingdom

Where is this project located?

Map of Empower girls like Priti in slums in Pune, India