Mary’s Pence is a small organization with a big vision.
We want women in the Americas who live in poverty to have a say and a hand in how poverty can be alleviated and social equity achieved.
We fund women in North, Central and South America and the Caribbean.
We do this because everything we have in excess belongs to the poor. It is theirs.
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The furor seems to have faded over Anne-Marie Slaughter’s article in the July/August 2012 Atlantic, “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All.” Slaughter article in Atlantic I hope we can continue talking about the central point of the article–not whether women … Continue reading
The following post is from Jean Ann Sekerak, Managing Director for Mission Effectiveness & Strategic Initiatives IPM : It started ten years ago with a group of women who shared a common vision. A group of women in Zaragoza, El … Continue reading