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On Gender Inequality in Education

On Gender Inequality in Education

by Roja Sonikar  One primary focus of the Thaakat foundation is addressing inequities in the treatment of women throughout the world. Education is a key element of female empowerment as girls and women worldwide have much lower access to education compared to men....

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Ending Hunger Through Agriculture with the Ebankese Mushroom Farm

Ending Hunger Through Agriculture with the Ebankese Mushroom Farm

To increase food production and sustainability through agriculture, Thaakat Foundation partnered with the Konadu Basic School in Ghana in 2013. During that time, Clement Boamah was running a small makeshift school with proceeds from his farm projects. Boamah had a vision we helped to create into a reality by building a structure for classrooms. But as site costs grew, we knew we needed a site income.

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Help Us Eliminate Violence Against Women Through LOVE

Help Us Eliminate Violence Against Women Through LOVE

Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Violence against women is a widespread phenomenon resulting in human rights violations and often unreported due to the stigma, silence and shame surrounding it. The United Nations defines...

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Our dedicated students in Pakistan

Our dedicated students in Pakistan

Most 13 year olds from Wangi Goth, an underprivileged area in the city of Karachi, Pakistan are breadwinners for their families. These children spend hours at work to earn a living for their families. Sajjad Ali, is one of these children, but he is also working...

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Help Us Spread Love

Help Us Spread Love

This month all donations are supporting the LOVE Campaign. To help create a world where women and girls are safe from violence, Thaakat is raising awareness of violence against women by honoring the plight of women worldwide though our campaign. We believe the best...

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