Advocacy quilting tells stories, builds friendships between the Global North and South, and produces embroidery for sale.
Lisa's block describes an alarming increase in robberies in Harare following the COVID-19 lockdown.
When the pandemic struck in Uganda, Mama Cave made masks for friends. She now runs a successful business.
Clean Girl soap empowers girls against child marriage in Zimbabwe. In the era of COVID-19 it also protects communities.
It began with a single accessible toilet in Uganda and now seeks to invigorate primary education throughout Gulu District.
Peace Fellow Kristina Rosinsky (University of Maryland) taught IT, photography and blogging to street children from the Kibera settlement in Nairobi in 2008.
Peace Fellow Wilson Charles (Georgetown University) helped the Gulu Disabled Persons Union in Uganda to launch 2 start-ups and rethink the challenge of disability in 2020.
Fellow Zoom: 2020 Peace Fellow Beth and Grace from AP meet with Alina, Sarita, Kushma and Prabal in Nepal.
“I’m a Proud Immigrant:” Ezoza Ismaelova, a 2020 AP assistant/intern at the University of Pittsburgh blogs about her journey to the US from Uzbekistan.
“Please allow me to take this opportunity to sincerely thank The Advocacy Project for being this kind and tender to us and the young women and girls we serve in the communities.”