Did you know? When crises hit or food prices rise, women and girls often become 'shock absorbers' and consume less nutritious food themselves #PromisesToAction #GlobalGoals (source: UN Women)

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This week CTG is reflecting on International Day of Mine Awareness. Working to help de-mine countries like Iraq, Somalia, South Sudan and Pakistan is no easy task, but CTG consultant Katrien is dedicated to reducing the risk of injuries and death from explosive devices and educating communities by raising awareness and promoting safe behaviour. Read her story here. #FemaleFirst #CommittedToGood

Katrien Nollen is a Risk Education Consultant working to help de-mine in countries like Iraq where they pose a danger to already marginalised communities
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