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Maisha Film Maisha Film
Karibu! Here, we have all the information about our new documentary film, Maisha: A New Life Outside the Mines.
A side of Phuket few tourists see - the Myanmar migrant community offered a vital lifeline  A side of Phuket few tourists see - the Myanmar migrant community offered a vital lifeline
Don’t believe everything you read about the great liberalization of Myanmar underway since 2011. The former hermit state is still politically unstable and the economy has fallen further behind neighboring countries.
Strengthening community and public health partnerships to reduce maternal mortality rates Strengthening community and public health partnerships to reduce maternal mortality rates
Even though South Africa has one of strongest and most developed economies on the African continent, the country still struggles with a high maternal and child mortality rate.
Education and Skills Training to Ensure Economic Justice for Women in India Education and Skills Training to Ensure Economic Justice for Women in India
India is the world’s largest democracy. The country is considered a leader in many areas of science and technology and has seen a great amount of growth in recent years.
A training center in Angola to empower women and give them the skills to join the workforce A training center in Angola to empower women and give them the skills to join the workforce
Even though Angola has seen some powerful economic growth in recent years the country still faces big challenges when it comes to the social inclusion of women in society.
Thai artisans craft their way out of poverty Thai artisans craft their way out of poverty
For the past three decades, Thailand has been at or near the top of Southeast Asia’s fastest growing economies. The boom, however, has barely touched the rural Northeast, the North, nor the slums of the capital city, Bangkok.
Yélèmani: a new restaurant venture in Burkina Faso to feed a community's hearts and appetites Yélèmani: a new restaurant venture in Burkina Faso to feed a community's hearts and appetites
Many an important decision -- a fresh start with a new business venture, a new friendship sparked -- has been made over a good meal. It may seem like a small thing, but a good meal can do wonders for our hunger, and for our outlook on life.
Mozambique: How working for peanuts can make a big local impact Mozambique: How working for peanuts can make a big local impact
Mozambique has seen a modest pick-up in economic growth over the past two decades, but it remains the poorest and least developed country in southern Africa, both in human rights and gender development terms.
New Asian and Latin American Mission Development Offices to aid women and children in need New Asian and Latin American Mission Development Offices to aid women and children in need
The Good Shepherd Sisters do their part to contribute to a more equitable and inclusive society, where the rights of the most vulnerable, in particular women and children, are respected and promoted through individual empowerment and sustainable community development.
Kenya: In Embu district, the gift of an education Kenya: In Embu district, the gift of an education
For generations, high levels of illiteracy and poverty have plagued the towns of Embu and Kangeta in Kenya. With little or no stable source of income for families to live on, prostitution, drug dealing and petty theft run rampant.