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3 Ways Education Ends Extreme Poverty

Education is a powerful driver of development and one of the strongest instruments for improving health, gender equality, peace, and stability.

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Leading with Love in the Holy Land

The whole region is in crises. All the violence and suffering in Gaza, Israel, West Bank, Syria, Iraq, ... and yet, there are reasons to be filled with joy and hope.

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School for Local Children Nears Completion

A few years ago collecting clean water was and arduous journey for the girls and women of Sheldon Village. The team in Afghanistan are please to share how the villagers are working hard, alongside the government, to start a school here, too.

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Well Ends More than Thirst

For a long time the women and girls were in great danger on a daily basis. Each morning the mother, wife, sister, daughter was given the task of a two hour walk to the nearest clean water well.

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Earthquake Relief in Yunnan, China

Saturday, August 2, 2014, a 6.5 magnitude earthquake rocked China's Yunnan province. GHNI was able to respond to the disaster as soon as the roads were cleared but there are still a great many needs.

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Sustainability for Refugees of the Conflict without Borders

This interview with Mike Parks, GHNI's Disaster Relief Director, answers many questions about what is really happening in the continuous conflicts in the Middle East.

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Rain Showers Give Hope

Imagine waking up in the middle of the night with only a few hours’ sleep but you’ve just got to get there ahead of the others. If you don’t, your family just may not have clean water that day...

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Solving World Hunger…in 2 Hours

The week of July 21-25 was an important time for GHNI leaders. This was the week of our annual GILPP conference. The following email sent from GHNI’s Field Strategy Coordinator, Jeff Latsa, provides a good taste of what the conference entailed.

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Mountain Water Saves Lives

More than two years ago villagers in Sheldon Village had two choices; use the dirty melted snow from the same ditch where animals drank and defecated or walk for two hours up the mountainous valley to get clean spring water.

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13 Water Facts You Can’t Ignore

Living in a developed nation, we can really take for granted many of life’s necessities. According to UNICEF, “Universal access to safe drinking water is a fundamental need and human right.”

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