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Yaya DaCosta poses for pictures at the 2011 Women for Women International Awards Gala. http://bit.ly/sKjVgN
@SarahTheDuchess attends the 2011 WfWI Gala. http://bit.ly/sKjVgN
Gloria Steinem attends the 2011 Women for Women International Gala. http://bit.ly/sKjVgN
Actress Uma Thurman attends the 2011 Women for Women International Gala. Find more information about the gala here: http://bit.ly/sKjVgN
Check out photos from our 2011 Annual Awards Gala. More to come soon! Here Zainab Salbi addresses the crowd.
WfWI graduate Euphrasie shows her handicrafts She accepted an award for her entrepreneurship skills #wfwigala11
Our Gala is tonight @MOMA. Learn more about gala here: http://bit.ly/uUGu71 More updates to come! #wfwigala11
Christine, the country director of our DR Congo office chats with a staff member by the dessert table.
Enjoying lunch in the conference room at the office.
Getting ready for our all staff potluck lunch to welcome our colleagues from around the world!
@AndreeSimon on the big screen during the Womenetics Panel on Economic Empowerment.
WfWI President @AndreeSimon speaking at Womenetics Panel on Economic Empowerment in Atlanta today.
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TrustLaw recently ranked Afghanistan the most dangerous country for woman. Find out about the issues women face.
TrustLaw recently ranked Congo one of the most dangerous countries in the world for women. Find out why.
TrustLaw's 5 most dangerous countries for women. 2 WfWI countries, Afghanistan and DRC top the list.
@unclerush speaking on behalf of womens rights at the #bridge event - supporting #iwd2011 and #wfwi
Our sign as we walk across the Brooklyn Bridge! #iwd, #joinmeonthebridge
Our registration sign at Camden Plaza - almost time to march on Brooklyn Bridge - #iwd2011!
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