“Young women work together to present at UN forum”, Global Sisters Report, Sep 2, 2021, describes carrying forward the work of Women’s Global Connection and the Girls Global Summit.
The Women’s Global Connection Peru trip
The Women’s Global Connection Peru trip is featured in Global Sisters Report today.
The Art of Learning Leadership: Dr. Dorothy Ettling, a Transformative Educator and Activist
On Wednesday, August 28, Women’s Global Connection celebrated the legacy of Sr. Dorothy Ettling, CCVI, Women’s Global Connection Co-founder.
Women’s Global Connection 2018 Immersion Trip
The 2018 Women’s Global Connection Immersion Trip to Peru is in full swing!
They’ve done it again!
St. Anthony Catholic High School sophomores have raised enough money for the women WGC partners with in Tanzania to build yet another rainwater harvester!
Women’s Global Connection Focus on Empowerment of Rural Women & Girls
WGC was honored to have been selected again to present during a parallel event at the Commission for the Status of Women (CSW) Conference this month in New York City. The CSW, headquartered at the United Nations, designated as its 2018 theme the challenges and opportunities in achieving gender equality and empowerment of rural women and girls.
Remembering Sr. Dorothy (Dot) Ettling
September 12, 2017 marked the three year anniversary of our dear sister Dorothy Ettling’s passing.
Meet Godbertha, a member of a Tanzanian women’s group supported by Women’s Global Connection (Ministry of CCVI) known as BUWEA, the Bukoba Women’s Empowerment Association.
Early childhood programs in Chimbote, Peru
Early Childhood programs in Chimbote are community supported with the teacher’s salary supplemented by the state. Because of this, the classroom environments vary greatly.
Living Laudato Si: Women’s Global Connection
This month we lift up and celebrate the great work of Women’s Global Connection in living Laudato Si. Women’s Global Connection is a ministry of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word started by Sr. Dot Ettling and Sr. Neomi Hayes in 2001 to promote the learning and leadership capacity of women locally and globally.