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Hungry? Start a Farm!

It is no secret that Africa has the highest death rate from malnutrition in the world. It is no surprise, then, that when our field leaders suggested starting community or family gardens, the villagers became excited about the possibilities.

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Remembering Mother’s Sewing Machine

When we reminisce about our mother’s sewing machine, fond memories of the care she took crafting items of sentiment enter easily to mind. Some children around the world will soon remember how their mother’s sewing machine saved lives.

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Learning to Love School

Sometimes all it takes is the right teacher to set a child on the path not just to learning, but enjoying the process.

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Ballet Lessons, Science Camp, or After-School Tutoring?

You might already be considering gifts for the upcoming holiday season which may be helpful to your child or grandchild’s growth and development. Want to do som

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How to Build a Classroom

With 45% of Nigeria’s population consisting of children under the age of 15 years, education is critical to the development of this nation.

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Empowering Girls

Protecting the young and vulnerable is an issue that knows no cultural boundaries. All over the world, even in the most developed countries, human trafficking demeans and endangers–sometimes even kills–hundreds of thousands.

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Creative Ways Your Workplace Can Adopt a Village

Moved by the extreme poverty in India, Maria got down to business.

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From One Daily Meal to Three

You probably enjoy three meals, and possibly a snack or two provide your energy for the day. 870 million of the 7.1 billion people in the world suffer from chronic undernourishment. Does this mean we feel guilty for our blessing?

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Work Continues Despite Violence

Children playing in a park. Food on the table. Access to medical care. How many times, even daily, do most of us take these things for granted? And how do we cope when innocence is cut short by conflict, the materials we rely on for survival are thre

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Sayed Gets Married!

There’s no question that Transformative Community Development (TCD) offers life-changing benefits in the areas of water, food, wellness, education, and income . . . but should “matrimony” be added to the list?

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Bringing in the Harvest

For villagers in Jatapara Village, summer marks the season which will foretell whether their children’s stomachs will be full or empty. Planting rice and corn is their only source of income; their only chance to provide life giving nourishment.

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Walk and Talk

Guest blogger Dennis Morman, GHNI Videographer, shares his personal experience about how being in community with others builds and empowers lives worldwide.

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