A storytelling partnership between We-Fi and the Thomson Reuters Foundation
Documenting Stories of Resilience
Seaweed farming in the Philippines, increasingly led by women, is a lifeline to poor coastal families often hit by disasters. But can seaweed farming survive climate change?
Only one in five women in Arab countries has a job, but a few pioneers are defying the odds by launching companies to fight climate impacts.
Women entrepreneurs run most small businesses in Ghana, but need better access to credit and training to survive the economic crisis and expand.
From Brazil to Ecuador’s Amazon, women entrepreneurs are working to boost small-scale and organic farming as fears grow of a global food crisis.
From sexist investor questions to missing late-night meetings, Pakistani businesswomen are fighting an uphill battle to break into the health tech industry.
Female ‘techpreneurs’ are taking their place in Africa’s male-dominated fintech boom, but gender bias makes it harder for them to access finance and grow their businesses
Businesswomen from Saudi Arabia to Lebanon are launching their own activewear brands, facing down gender taboos and economic challenges during the pandemic.