Photo Essays And Exhibits

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The Arkansas Museum of Natural Resources features state-of-the-art indoor exhibits as well as working equipment on display outside in its adjacent Oil Field Park, shares the fascinating stories of this region’s natural resources, with emphasis on petroleum and brine recovered for bromine extraction.The museum features a 25,000-square-foot main exhibition/research building that includes a 10,500-square-feet exhibit hall, orientation theater, exhibit work area, research center, and museum store/gift shop.The first Coding Camp in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, brought together girls from 34 countries in the African continent to nurture their potential as innovators and technology creators.

The Arkansas Museum of Natural Resources features state-of-the-art indoor exhibits as well as working equipment on display outside in its adjacent Oil Field Park, shares the fascinating stories of this region’s natural resources, with emphasis on petroleum and brine recovered for bromine extraction.The museum features a 25,000-square-foot main exhibition/research building that includes a 10,500-square-feet exhibit hall, orientation theater, exhibit work area, research center, and museum store/gift shop.

“The cassava crop cannot be left in the ground too long, because it rots,” says 52-year-old Tukuri Marie Chantal.

It’s a simple equation—with land ownership and better roads, it takes less time and costs less to transport produce, and that means more income for women farmers.

Read Martha’s full story ► Education is a human right and an essential public service with lifelong consequences. In Khayelitsha, the largest informal township in Cape Town, South Africa, girls at the Yomelela Primary School contend with severe poverty and acute risks of violence.

With the backing of the UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women, sports and peer counselling are among the methods that help them cope, feel safe and stay in school.

Yet, too many women still die giving birth, especially in poorer countries where services may be limited and poor in quality.

With 1,072 maternal deaths for every 100,000 births, Liberia has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world.

With UN Women’s support, the Safe Jakarta project is aimed at pinpointing and closing safety gaps.

In disaster-prone Fiji, recovery efforts after Tropical Cyclone Winston had to involve women, especially the women vendors of Rakiraki Market.

Three years ago, the Government of Cameroon started to build a 250 Km (155 mile) road that would connect rural communities like Yoko with the capital.

The women farmers of Yoko seized their moment to start a cooperative, knowing that the road project would bring more people to the area and create access to larger markets for their produce.

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