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Pro Mujer and GlaxoSmithKline Launch Three-Year, Five-Country Partnership

By Paola Fattorini, Communications Manager, Pro Mujer in Peru On August 22nd, Pro Mujer and GlaxoSmithKline announced a three-year, five-country partnership at a launch event in Lima hosted by Pro Mujer in Peru (PMP). Through a US$575,000 grant, GlaxoSmithKline will help support the standardization of Pro Mujer’s health services as well as the organization’s expansion…
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“The Politics of Motherhood in Latin America” - University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Collaborates with Pro Mujer in Peru

By Julie Kline, Assistant Director of Evaluation and Public Engagement Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS) at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (UW-M) collaborated with Pro Mujer in its recent Summer Teacher Institute, “The Politics of Motherhood in Latin America,” which…
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Universidad del Pacífico Student María del Roció Shares her Experiences as an Intern at Pro Mujer in Peru

By Paola Fattorini, Communications Manager, Pro Mujer in Peru Many of those that today hold key positions in public and private institutions graduated from the best universities and apply what they learned in school every day. Today, more than ever, information comes at us from all directions about economic growth and the development of our…
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Pro Mujer in Peru Celebrates Its 12th Anniversary and Prepares for a Bright Future

By Paola Fattorini, Communications Manager, Pro Mujer in Peru With the lessons learned following our founding in Bolivia in 1990 and starting operations in Nicaragua in 1996, Pro Mujer began operations in Peru in 1999. In April, Pro Mujer in Peru (PMP) celebrated 12 years of providing integrated financial, training and health services to thousands…
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Voices from the Field - Reflections on 12 Days in Peru

By Josh Cramer-Montes, Director of Communications Saturday/Sunday – Newark > Lima > Arequipa It’s 7:30 AM on Saturday and I’m in the back of a taxi speeding down the highway towards Lima following an overnight LAN flight. The sky is a hazy gray, a common occurrence as a result of the subtropical desert climate meeting the…
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