I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again (and again and again, likely ’til the day I die): we’re surrounded by amazing women who are doing incredible work to make positive change in the world.
They come from all races, religions and nationalities.
In the last few weeks three amazing young women in particular have come onto the AWR radar screen: Masarat Daud, Natalie Carney (pictured at right), and Ambreen Rahman.
The projects that Daud, Carney and Rahman are undertaking in India, Afghanistan and Pakistan respectively, may seem small when compared to the grand scale efforts of international charities. But their efforts have a HUGE impact on the people they are helping.
I’ve posted something on Daud’s Eight-Day Academy project already, and hope to follow with more later, as I will with Rahman’s Solar-Energy Micro-Credit enterprise project for Pakistan.
In the meantime, here’s what Dubai-based Canadian journalist Carney is doing right now in Afghanistan: