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There are many barriers to education for girls and one of those can be puberty. The World Health Organization and UNICEF have acknowledged that there is a significant link between the poor provision of menstrual hygiene solutions and low female participation in education. Improving girls’ access to proper menstruation hygiene has the power to lead […]

Last week, the U.S. celebrated Independence Day. While it’s easy to get caught up in the festivities – who doesn’t love good barbeques, good company, parades, fireworks, and all the pomp and circumstance that goes along with it? – it’s easy to forget what this day is actually about. As most of us know, the […]

She’s got gadgets and gizmos a plenty. She’s got whozits and whatzits galore! So what to get your nearest and dearest sisters this year? Definitely not something they already have, or something that will end up in the purge pile during spring cleaning.  Whatever you celebrate, a donation to the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation in the […]

Bittany Sincox, an alumna of Grand Valley State University and a member of Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority and I have been corresponding about her Trek experience! Over email, we conducted an interview about her Trek experience  and what it meant to her! Hello! My name is Brittany Sincox and I’m an alumne of Alpha Omicron […]

This being the second time that I have had the opportunity to visit Africa, several people have already asked how Senegal was different than Malawi?  Short answer: it’s a completely different country on the opposite side of the continent.  That would be like trying to answer how the United States and Mexico are different because […]