Photo: Hur Hassnain, Y Care International

Stitching Up Poverty podcast series

Y Care International

Thursday, September 20, 2018

This podcast series tells the story of a project in Sindh, Pakistan. The women there face some of the toughest conditions in the world. Poverty is endemic, violence is commonplace and many of the women in the region aren't even allowed out of their homes unaccompanied. Can this project make a difference and empower the women and put them in charge of their own destinies?

Y Care International's podcast series discusses the project and shares learnings. Read an introductory blog here and a follow-up on "Closing the Learning Loop" here, and listen to the podcast episodes below. 

Episode 1: Economic Empowerment 

Episode 2: Impact On Men

Episode 3: Child Marriage

Episode 4: Violence Against Women

Episode 5: Education

Resource type: podcast

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