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Guest Blog: Why I Give

December 27, 2019

After accepting her calling of an OBGYN, Megan Flahive traveled to Tanzania to work with a fistula surgeon. She intended on educating women about prevention of unwanted pregnancy, but quickly learned that women believed fertility was their greatest asset. These women needed the resources to have a healthy pregnancy and safe delivery. Megan joined us through One By One in 2010, but her support has continued on through WFF. 

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WFF Executive Director Published on Medium

August 14, 2019

Soja Orlowski shares how our Ugandan partner, Alice Emasu, has come to embody the best way to change the world.