Rwandans Celebrate with SHE

October 21, 2010
Kigali, Rwanda

The Curry Stone Prize award that SHE won last week has generated a lot of excitement among Rwandan women as they look forward to new ventures in dealing with one of the most pressing issues for girls, women, and communities.

Congratulatory messages are flying through my inbox and phone from different women, especially those that have been following our activities, who have supported and believe in this cause. They were excited to get the news about the award, some wondering, what it means, why SHE, what we intend to do etc,

And you know what my answer to each question is? SHE has come a long way (Ref to previous blogs and website) and WATCH THIS SPACE.

SHE Chief Operations Wizard

Thanks to the Curry Stone Design Community

October 15, 2010
New York, NY

On behalf of our SHE team, thank you to the Curry Stone Design Community. And thank you to the Rwandan communities we work in, our Board, Advisors, pro-bono Consultants, Volunteers and She Supporters who believe that addressing girls' obstacles to schooling is vital to the well-being of our world. We are humbled by this social design award recognizing our work in health and hygiene education, advocacy, and our potential to drive economic change through local business development. This award will allow us to launch our first manufacturing facility in early 2011.

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For more news please check out the latest news:

New York Times Highlights SHE's Eyes on the Prize | Design That Does Good October 13, 2010

Curry Stone Award Site: SHE wins Curry Stone Design Prize October 13, 2010

Design Observer: Sustainable Health Enterprises Wins Prestigious Curry Stone Design Prize
October 13, 2010