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Three Holiday Party Makeovers

You may already be exhausted by all the holiday parties you’ve been to this season for your work, church group, civic club, or neighborhood friends. While it’s fun, aren't you tired of the same thing every year? What if the next one were different?

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Afghanistan Solar Success

This incredible story of our fight to get solar cookers to families living in extreme poverty in Afghanistan will surely take you through a full range of emotions as Jeff Latsa details his recent journey.

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How Chickens Change Lives

Believe it or not, there are more chickens in the world than any other bird… more than 50 billion are raised annually. They have simple needs and require relatively little in the way of investment. But that’s not all that makes them an asset.

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Adopt a Refugee Family

When political unrest broke out in Syria in early 2011, many Syrians began to flee their country, looking for a safe place for their families. Then ISIS began terrorizing families in Iraq, causing many to flee, joining the Syrian refugees in Jordan.

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Buck or Billy, Doe or Nanny – Everyone Wants One

Accepted as a staple protein in many countries in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, a delicacy in some areas of Europe and America for 9,000 years, goats have been herded and used for their savory meat and nutritious milk.

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This One's for the Ladies

It tends to be a rather taboo topic worldwide. But the silence needs to be broken. If women living in developing nations knew with what ease their Western counterparts dealt with feminine hygiene needs, their jaws would surely hit the floor.

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Ebola Prevention Measures Lessen Fears

It has been said that perhaps no virus causes as much fear as Ebola, a generally fatal disease marked by fever and severe internal bleeding that has ignited a deadly outbreak in West Africa. How are we responding?

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If Not Here, There...Or Somewhere

We humans are creatures of habit…Our habits are as comfortable as they are ingrained, because it is human nature to seek the familiar and comfortable. Yet every day the media remind us that somewhere in the world, things aren't so routine.

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It’s What the Children Wanted

What did you dream to find under the tree when you were a child? A doll or a toy truck? A telescope or a bicycle? Every year there’s that hot item that parents go to the ends of the earth to buy, to make sure their child’s dreams come true…

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Sudanese Woman Graduates University

The road to education and a better life wasn’t just rocky, but seemingly impossible for one young woman. Rami, GHNI National Leader in Jordan, shares how we sometimes just have to look at things from a different angle…

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Hope in Many Different Packages

A few years ago, the women of Ezbit el Nakhl, a slum village in Cairo, Egypt, spent their days sifting through garbage dumps for items they could sell. That was when they believed they had no other options; there was no hope for a better tomorrow.

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A Priceless Gift You Can Afford

We are celebrating with villagers of U-Village, Sri Lanka this fall. Celeste and Jay recently told us students in the after school program have risen to the top of their class!

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