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In 2001, in the post-Clinton White House era, Vital Voices Global Partnership was formed as a nongovernmental organization, growing out of the State Department initiative.
Vital Voices Global Partnership is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) that identifies, trains and empowers emerging women leaders and social entrepreneurs around the globe, enabling them to create a better world for us all.
WASHINGTON, DC: On March 10, three Muslim women were honoured alongside philanthropist Melinda French Gates and human rights activists Panmelo Castro from Brazil and Rebecca Lolosoli from Kenya, by Vital Voices Global Partnership, a Washington, DC-based organization that works to empower women around the world.
Mary MacPherson, Program Director with Vital Voices Global Partnership adds "Through this series of focused, high-level exchanges, our goal is to equip the women that participate with innovative new ideas, approaches, contacts and knowledge that they will use to strengthen their businesses, help provide for their families and improve their communities.
Actually, that is my picture taken during the conference on Migration and Trafficking in Persons organized by DAWN and Vital Voices Global Partnership in Manila in February 2006.
Embassy in Japan, the International Labor Organization's Tokyo Office, and Vital Voices Global Partnership, an international nonprofit organization.
The Vital Voices Global Partnership has launched Back-to-Work/Back-to-School to help provide impoverished Afghan children with school clothes and to create jobs and training for Afghan women.
Mack, Ruth Margraff, Anna Deveare-Smith and Susan Yankowitz in collaboration with Vital Voices Global Partnership Readers on stage were Secretary, Ministry of Human Rights, Chief Justice A(r) Ali Nawaz Chowhan; engineer, mathematician and singer Momina Mustehsan; actress, model and activist Mariyam Nafees;
Vital Voices Global Partnership and Bank of America said they have partnered in the ongoing Global Ambassadors Program to convene women leaders in Japan for a weeklong mentorship initiative in Tokyo.
For more than 15 years, Vital Voices Global Partnership has invested in an expansive and diverse network of women leaders.