Helping women in Vietnam become academic leaders
Two Vietnamese women made history on a college campus in Vietnam when they obtained university leadership positions in fields where women are underrepresented. Do Thi...
A Zimbabwean farmer gets ahead with STEM mentoring
Meet a TechWomen alumna who sees the connection between small farms and the wider community needs of food and economic sufficiency.
AWE alumna’s app expands mental health care access
Lynia Huang created an app that uses artificial intelligence to help users diagnose and treat depression. Read more about her innovation.
A program for the world’s hungry
David Beasley, who leads the largest humanitarian organization on the planet, explains why feeding vulnerable people fights more than hunger.
Scientists in Africa working to end hunger
Meet four scientists in Africa involved in Feed the Future programs who are breaking barriers and sharing their discoveries to end hunger.
The global scourge of gender-based violence
Learn more about what the Office of Global Women's Issues is doing to counter a surge of online and physical violence against women.
Tanzanian businesswoman finds opportunity in avocados
After graduating from the State Department's Academy for Women Entrepreneurs, Adelaide Mwasyoghe launched a business selling avocado oil.
TechWomen making a global difference
Meet some alumnae of a State Department exchange program that brings together emerging women leaders in science and technology.
Investing in small, diverse businesses is good for the economy
What is a social impact investment fund? Learn how firms support small businesses owned by people of color and women.