The Maasai women of Kenya achieve economic independence while supporting wildlife through traditional beadwork.
Ms. looks inside the growing effort to halt witch burnings in Papua New Guinea.
In Papua New Guinea, the Women’s Business Resource Centre is training women how to become economically independent—and their support empowered Euphimea Leahy to overcome an abusive marriage and open a cake-making business.
Katherine Reki punctuates the end of each sentence with exuberant laughter, as if the world is a place of great joy. This is more a reflection of her good nature, because the focus of her work as an emerging filmmaker—”A Mother’s Blood,” about witchcraft accusations in Papua New Guinea—is anything but a laughing matter.