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What Question Should We Investigate About The World's Girls?

Soccer buddies Lahis Maria Ramos Veras and Milena Medeiros dos Santos don't let taunts from boys keep them from playing.
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Soccer buddies Lahis Maria Ramos Veras and Milena Medeiros dos Santos don't let taunts from boys keep them from playing.

Here at Goats and Soda, we're trying something new: We want to know what you want us to investigate. The first topic is girls in developing countries.

Earlier this month, we gathered over 100 questions from our readers. We put three of them up for vote. More than 600 people voted, and this question was the winner:

I would like to know more about about microloans, and if they are in fact helping women start businesses in the developing world.

Thanks to everyone who submitted. You can read the completed story here.

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