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International Women’s Day
Today, March 8, is International Women's Day. This is an opportunity to reflect on the global state of gender equality — and resolve to improve it. At BOMA, we believe that empowering women and other vulnerable groups like youth and refugees is central to building a...
Has Your Life Ever Depended on $2.15 a day?
Today, October 17, marks the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. Here, BOMA CEO John Stephens shares why he is hopeful for the future. Has your life ever depended on $2.15 per day? That is the reality for 719 million people worldwide who are living...
Lasting Resilience in North Horr, Kenya
Faraya Eysarboy is a recent graduate of BOMA’s poverty graduation program in North Horr, Kenya. Enrolled through a partnership with the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Markets, Risk, and Resilience and the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Eysarboy...
World Refugee Day
June 20th is World Refugee Day, a day to honor refugees and to celebrate their strength, courage and resilience. Today also serves as a reminder that no matter who you are or where you come from, everyone deserves the right to seek safety. Over the last decade, the...
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NextBillion – Climate-Proofing Poverty Graduation Programs by Nicole Mills, the BOMA Project & Alex Russell, AMA Feed the Future at UC Davis
Stanford Social Innovation Review –To Impact Millions, the Social Sector Needs to Scale Scaling Up, by Gregory Coussa
The Wall Street Journal – On the Joys and Challenges of Being a ‘Temporary’ Expat in Kenya by Megan Mayhew Berman, Wall Street Journal
Benson Rioba – Down to business: Drought-hit Kenyan women trade their way out of poverty, Thomson Reuters Foundation
Manchester Journal – 10 years after its founding, BOMA wins global acclaim by Kathleen James, The Manchester Journal
The Borgen Project – The BOMA Project: Empowering Women in the Third Worldby Saroja Koneru, The Borgen Project Blog