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Afghan Medical Facility Fulfilling Needs & Saving Lives

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières USA, a Global Impact charity partner, recently opened a new medical facility in Kunduz, Afghanistan. Like any medical facility in an urban area, the...

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Making a Difference in India

India is characterized by a rich cultural diversity, part of which includes more than 67 million people who belong to indigenous tribal groups. Many of these groups have been...

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Vietnamese Rice Farmers Learn How to Increase Crop Yields and Decrease Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The harvest season has just ended in Thai Nguyen Province, and the vast terraces are filled with rows of freshly harvested rice stalks in countless small paddy fields. It...

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A Bright Future for Two Boys in Malawi

Thanks to help from Global Impact charity partner, Heifer International, anyone visiting the village of Msonthi, Malawi, today will see ox carts, bicycles and healthy children going to school, but...

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Community Classrooms Help Children Create Their Own Destinies

Yuleini lives in Barrio Petare, one of the many slums perched perilously on the hills around Caracas, Venezuela. The thousands of houses that make up the neighborhood are cobbled...

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Help for Traumatized Children

Millions of Syrian children are suffering as a result of a horrific conflict — one of the worst humanitarian crises of our time — which is now stretching into...

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From Street Vendor to School Girl

Once confined to a life of selling lentil pakodas at a railway station, Global Impact charity partner World Vision convinced Kushboo of the importance of education and going to...

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From Your Hands to Theirs

On August 28th, World Vision along with Global Impact and other partners hosted an event in the Bronx, NY, to distribute the school supplies and backpacks that were assembled...

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North Korean Hospitality

North Koreans have harvested almost 4 million tons of food-not nearly enough to adequately feed a nation. They plant crops everywhere-from flood-recovered fields to rooftops to rocky hillsides. Children...

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Circle of Life in Appalachia

The idea of day care is still pretty new in Appalachia. There are big extended families and family ties mean everything. But divorce is becoming more common, and people...

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