Angola has been called an economic miracle. This mineral-rich country has been one of the fastest growing in the world during the past five years. This only tells a small portion of the story. A large part of Angola is still struggling to rebuild... read more
The Good Shepherd Shelter for Girls, located in the Mount Lebanon area of Sehaile, is a vital safety net for young girls from 6 to 18-years-old who come from broken families and impoverished backgrounds. The shelter, the only one of its kind in... read more
Access to quality primary health care is a fundamental human right. This principle is the cornerstone of the St Antoine Dispensary in northwest Beirut. The Dispensary Saint-Antoine was established by a local bishop in 1987 during the Lebanese civil... read more
El Salvador is now a generation removed from a bloody civil war that dragged on for a dozen years and divided this small Central American country. The past 20 years have been politically more stable, and, for a small percentage of the population,... read more
The Hekima Day Care Center is situated in the Kipsongo slum in Kitale, Kenya, a community plagued by famine, disease, illiteracy, abuse and forced child labor. At present, there are over 4,000 slum dwellers in Kitale; nearly half are under 16. There... read more