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100 Under $100: One Hundred Tools for Empowering Global Women

by Betsy Teutsch

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. Betsy might be known to many of you as a wonderful ketubah artist but with this book she has created a fantastic guide for all who are dedicated to building a better world, especially for women. She showcases creative, low-cost tools that are helping the world’s most impoverished women improve their lives and provide a toe-hold to climb the ladder out of extreme poverty. You will learn about one-dollar eyeglasses, eco-toilet bio digesters, biochar briquettes, and bike-powered machines that pump water and shell corn. Cost effective ways to improve technology, public health, finance and more abound. It is a gold mine for entrepreneurs and philanthropists. Great photos help convey the message of each entry. Betsy is working on a Jewish link to the book with ties to Torah portions. Some temples will be using the book with B’nai Mitzvah youth as it has many great ideas for Mitzvah projects. BE INSPIRED!
  HandelmanLibraryTINR | Nov 9, 2017 |
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"A comprehensive look at effective low-cost, high-impact solutions that promise to empower women in the Global South, 100 under $100 explores sectors ranging from tech to public health to finance and more, offering globally attuned readers the information--and inspiration--they need to start doing their own part in helping to alleviate poverty in the developing world"--Page 4 of cover.… (more)

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