“These children are orphans and the best thing for them is to have a stable home.” Continue reading My Volunteer Experience in Tanzania
The travel industry’s thirst for tourist dollars has done an awful lot of damage to the environment, and has irrevocably altered the character and culture of many communities across the globe. Continue reading Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya – Sustainable Tourism, Supporting People And Planet
This piece if from the World Literacy Foundation’s blog. Continue reading Empower Mothers and daughters this Mother’s Day
By Nancy Baah On Sunday, May 8, children of all ages in the US will show gratitude to their mom with gifts, flowers, or a “vacation day” from motherly duties. With Mother’s Day quickly approaching, we at UniversalGiving would like to take the time to show appreciation for awesome mothers around the world by saying, “Thank you!” Moreover, […]
In her culture, she says that being born a girl means being treated like the property that you will never own. Continue reading “Double Marginalized” The Story of Maanda Ngoitiko and the Pastoral Women’s Council
The world had its arms race, space race, and now we’re in the education race. Continue reading What do we need in literacy education?
He wanted to be able to influence policy making so that he didn’t have to see as many people suffering in poverty as he did during his two years with the program. Continue reading Could the Americorps Be the Answer to Escaping College Loans?