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Today, without exception, we live in a technological age.  We live in a world where computers offer instant access to knowledge,...
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Maathai, the first African woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, in 2004, was founder of the Green Belt Movement.  This movement works...
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Globally, countries are grappling with the challenges of unemployment.  Everywhere, people are looking for greater and more opportunities. I...
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Over the past few months there has been much tribulation for the global markets, especially in the Western countries. There were fears that...
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Many people are seeking opportunities to volunteer either in their community through some non-profit organization or possibly through their...
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Making the news recently is the devastating famine in Eastern Africa. In Kenya, Somalia, and all along the coast people are seeking help at...
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This past month in Equatorial Guinea, the 17th African Union Summit opened for discussion centered on the theme:  Accelerating the...
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Last week my sponsor kid, Protogene, turned 12.  Under normal circumstances a 12th birthday would be a big cause for celebration!  For...
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Feeding a nation through education, that is the way for development to happen. Many countries still face conflicts and the impact of HIV/...
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You know the saying, give a man a fish and feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. That applies to Africa....

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