by Maggie Cheung The PAWA team had the greatest reception we could have hoped for during this annually celebrated Women of the World Festival or WOW, writes PAWA member Maggie Cheung. With the WoW Festival coinciding with Mother’s Day, it
Imagine going to school on a boat. This is what the children of the Haor (river basin) in Bangladesh do every day. But only boys go on to secondary schooling on these floating schools – and the girls are left
We are touched to share this moving story from a young girl who has made a long journey from a garbage dump to learning leadership skills and working hard to achieve her dream of one day becoming a chef. Helen
While back in Malaysia for her wedding, PAWA Charites Team Member Nadhrah Rafiq took time out to visit the Herinder Veriah Trust Tuition Project, an education initiative supported by PAWA funds. She tells us about her impressions of the dedicated
PAWA Trekker, Rahiyah Yahya, shares her reasons for taking on the Great Wall of China Trek, a daunting 7 day fundraising challenge in support of girls’ education across China. Rahiyah writes: I’m a Malaysian currently working and living in London.