Wednesday, March 4, 2009

FYI

I just received this email from Women for Women International. WFW is I first learned of IWD. Tomorrow, March 5th, there will be a global teleconference. I am sure it is going to be both interesting and enlightening.

All I did to get it here was cut and paste. I don't know if the "click here's" in the message will still work. If not go to www. womenforwomen.org for more information.

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Dear Mary,
Thank you for being a part of the largest International Women’s Day celebration in Women for Women International history. The global teleconference is this Thursday, March 5. Please send us your questions for the call and we will do our best to get to all of them.


Here are the details:
International Women's Day Conference Call with Zainab Salbi, Karen Sherman, and Grace Fisiy
Thursday, March 5 5:00 p.m. ET / 2:00 p.m. PT Phone number: 1-800-868-1837Conference ID number: 86236923
Women for Women Founder and CEO, Zainab Salbi, will speak about how critical our grassroots work is in the global women's movement.
Global Program Executive Director, Karen Sherman and Agribusiness Specialist, Dr. Grace Fisiy, will give us an update from the field about what women are learning and how their newfound skills will help them eradicate hunger in their communities.
We want this teleconference to be interactive and want to hear from you.
Click here to send us your questions on our work to create economic empowerment for women. As key supporters of the global women's movement, we want to keep you informed.
Your name is on the list of supporters that are celebrating women on International Women’s Day. We can't wait to share in this historic occasion with you.
Warm Regards,All of us at Women for Women International
P.S.
Click here to watch a video of one of our heroes, Lucija of Bosnia and Herzegovina. She is the definition of a businesswoman in a post-war country. After you watch the video, subscribe to our YouTube channel. It's just one more way you can stay up to date on all that we are doing to help women survivors of war.

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I've got groceries to buy. More later,
Merry ME

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