Global Roundup: Muslim Women Protect the Env…

Compiled by Samiha Hossain National and regional leaders of 'Aisyiyah's environmental chapter stand between trees the group planted in Sukoharjo, Central Java province, Indonesia on May 5, 2021. Thomson Reuters Foundation/Harry Jacques 'Aisyiyah, Indonesia's oldest Islamic women's movement, was founded in 1917 to advocate for education for girls. Today, it has at least 4 million members and is involved in many other women’s issues, as well as protecting the environment.

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