Tebo Molosiwa '14
Tebo Molosiwa '14 is committed to a project in Tanzania that simultaneously reduces deforestation, supports a female entrepreneur, reuses waste, boost green-energy use, and employs young people. Learn more about how she is bringing these objectives to life.
Anita Haidary '14
Anita Haidary '14 is the cofounder of Young Women for Change, a grassroots movement committed to helping Afghan women to improve their lives through social and economic participation, political empowerment, awareness, and advocacy. She spoke with Questioning Authority about the problems facing Afghan women and what might happen once US troops leave the country.
Caledonia Moore '14
A January EMT course led Caledonia Moore '14 to MHC's emergency response squad and fueled her interest in a medical career. After interning for Partners in Health, or Socios en Salud, in Peru. Moore was the corecipient of a $10,000 grant from Davis Projects for Peace that will coordinate several first-aid training courses for female community health workers in two of Lima's poorest communities.