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However Long the Night: Molly Melching's Journey to Help Millions of African Women and Girls Triumph
August 02, 2021Comments.. 368
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  • Title: However Long the Night: Molly Melching's Journey to Help Millions of African Women and Girls Triumph
  • Author: Aimee Molloy
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  • Page: 301
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However Long the Night: Molly Melching's Journey to Help Millions of African Women and Girls Triumph

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  1. Vilosays:

    If you are only going to read one book this year other than scriptural texts make it this one This is the true and fascinating story of how an American woman ended up in the middle of a sea change in opinion on female genital cutting in Senegal, spreading into other areas of Africa This is not, as some blurbs seem to indicate, the story of a Westerner who managed to persuade another culture to do what is right It is the story of a Westerner who deeply loved the people of Senegal, lived amon If y [...]

  2. Andrewsays:

    I did not want to read However Long the Night because its subtitle hinted at another grim book about developing countries a story I d encountered, sadly, too many times.This is why we don t judge books by their cover or subtitle However Long the Night illuminates a development aid success story It also subtly criticizes today s often failed approaches to development It describes how infectious progress is when aid programs tap into existing social networks Molly Melching found hers [...]

  3. Jeannettesays:

    One of those books that one reads, however long it takes to get through it Yes, it was a bit overdone and tedious, too many descriptions of what Molly did and where and when and with whom And yes, the work is worthy and helped many but somehow, the White Woman Victorious is too often the theme in books about developing, changing cultures I want Black, Colored, Underclass books about how these people cope and change themselves and their cultures.

  4. Suesays:

    Molly Melching spent six months in Senegal on a graduate school semester abroad program That experience was life changing and resulted in her staying for the next 40 years She founded Tostan which is a human rights based program enabling women to learn health care and empowering them in their communities It doesn t come in and say you need to change It presents the information and allows the women to dialog and make the decisions as a community Part of the program speaks to the issue of Molly Me [...]

  5. Christina Dudleysays:

    Wow A really inspiring, moving book about a woman finding a home in Senegal and kicking off a movement that has changed thousands of communities through the communities initiative Tostan comes to villages offering educational modules for women literacy, human rights declarations, infant health, and women s health By doing so, they give women the words to address their own culture and traditions, with surprising results for longtime practices like child marriages, Female Genital Cutting, and Wow [...]

  6. Alyssa Petersonsays:

    Shouldn t have read this on vacation because now I m ready to go back to work Very motivating Another great story that proves how important dignity is in development work.

  7. Katiesays:

    I was quite shocked by how much I enjoyed this book I usually don t go for biography or book about Africa, but this one called to me and I read it I think it is a book everyone should read at least once in their life.The story follows the life of Molly Melching and how she brought the knowledge of human rights to numerous villages throughout rural Senegal Molly is originally from the U.S and moved to Africa in her early twenties She stayed because of how welcome and at home she felt, someth I wa [...]

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