Driving Solutions for Women and GirlsIn Tumu in northwestern Ghana, there's only one hospital to serve 100,000 people and transportation is scarce. The result: injured children never see a doctor, women die in labor before they can reach medical help. But those appalling facts started to change when Women in the World, Virtue Foundation and Toyota came along with a few simple solutions.
Newsweek and The Daily Beast Women in the World Summit features Stealing Beauty: The Devastating Impact of Acid Violence moderated by ABC News Nightline’s Cynthia McFadden
Yem Chhoun recounted when her husband’s mistress attacked her and her newborn baby with acid. Her village told her to…
Virtue Foundation Returns to Mongolia in 2010Virtue Foundation returns to Mongolia in 2010 with an even larger team of physicians and surgeons for its second medical mission to Ulaanbaatar.
Mongolia Healthcare Initiative 2009 RecapIn June 2009, Virtue Foundation together with Surgical Eye Expeditions sponsored a team of physicians for a two-week surgical mission to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
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Melina Kanakaredes on Virtue Foundation’s Acid Violence Initiative on Rachel Ray
Louisiana Teachers Share Stories of Hurricane Katrina and How They Used Virtue Foundation’s Donation of LaptopsVirtue Foundation began working with local schools and partnering with corporations such as Apple and Microsoft to revitalize the educational system, resulting in a donation of $1.2 million in notebook computers, software and hardware to local schools.
Virtue Foundation on CNN American Morning
Soledad O’Brien from CNN American Morning speaks with Dr. Joan LaRovere featuring Virtue Foundation’s work in Louisiana post Hurricane Katrina.