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80% of Americans live with the threat of poverty, joblessness, or a dependence on welfare assistance. In Kenya, 50% of the population lives...
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Sub-Saharan Africa, where much of the population lives on less than a dollar a day, continues to be one of the largest recipients of foreign...
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What can happen in one year? For many, one year simply marks one more wrinkle, one more pant size, and one more bill to pay. Some are...
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A child faces the greatest risk of premature death on their birthday. This is the case regardless of being born in a rich or poor country....
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Microfinance means much more than simply the lending of money. Originating from a movement that envisioned a world in which low-income...
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The issue of child sponsorship has been subject to debate for a number of years. Child sponsorship forms a substantial proportion of the...
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How important is it to develop the African continent, its nations and its people? What are some of the unknown obstacles in doing so? Do we...
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Education is the start of an adventurous quest to become a global citizen and to position one to become a productive element in the job...
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Not everyone can afford the luxury of clean tap water. In fact, there are nearly 1 billion people in the world suffering from diseases...
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At fourteen, Aminata was hungrily looking in at the rice and sauce being served at her school in Freetown, Sierra Leone. By sixteen, she is...

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