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A Book in the Making
Haiti Partners, Vista Hermosa Foundation partner since 2009, is producing a book written in Haiti-Creole with a translation to English, to tell the story of their school created with the philosophy of servant leadership.
Rarámuri People Revive Their Culture
Since 2021, two Rarámuri language teachers have been documenting their work and life in Choréachi and the Sierra Tarahumara…
God Knows Me by Name
Millicent Opundo discovered she was HIV/AIDS positive when she fell ill after the death of her husband in 2011. HIV/AIDS was at its peak in 2011, with many people in the Kenya and the community of Rabour losing loved ones to the disease, and antiretroviral medication expensive beyond reach.
Gender Equity and Social Inclusion in Bangladesh
Within Cox’s Bazaar, World Vision is working with men and women religious leaders to link gender-based violence materials with the Quran, creating a new gender awareness within a relevant religious framework.
Putting a Stop to Violence Against Women
To address the complex issues of gender-based violence in Mexico, Amextra developed the project “Our voices put a stop to violence” in indigenous Tzeltal communities of Ocosingo, Chiapas, Mexico.
Why Can’t I?
Pushpa joined an Intergenerational Learning Group (ILG) with other women in her community in Northeastern India. Women of all ages, social castes and religions came together to discuss the challenges facing their community, and to implement development plans.
Healing through Amaranth
Qachuu Aloom (‘Mother Earth’) works in Guatemala and was recently featured in an article in the Guardian on the resurgence of amaranth and how transformative it can be.
Nurturing the Younger Generation
Tierra Nativa works across generations to revive and preserve traditional Tarahumara language and practices.
India COVID Response
At a recent meeting, our Board approved over $500,000 in relief for our partners in India. These funds, although a drop in the proverbial bucket, will go to GRAVIS, Headfirst Development, NOMI Network, Opportunity International, and World Vision.