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"Education is improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it."-Marian Wright Edelman--Photo: Fozia Naseer/CAI

"Education is improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it."-Marian Wright Edelman--Photo: Fozia Naseer/CAI

God is Love - South Africans can learn from this... Have a conversation, learn the hardship, appreciate your life...

God is Love - South Africans can learn from this... Have a conversation, learn the hardship, appreciate your life...

Marcedes Lewis, tight end for the Jacksonville Jaguars, makes a pledge to take a stand. On April 16, 2013, he's joining TOMS in going without shoes to bring awareness to childrens health and education. Watch him talk about why...   More info on One Day Without Shoes: www.onedaywithoutshoes.com

Marcedes Lewis, tight end for the Jacksonville Jaguars, makes a pledge to take a stand. On April 16, 2013, he's joining TOMS in going without shoes to bring awareness to childrens health and education. Watch him talk about why... More info on One Day Without Shoes: www.onedaywithoutshoes.com

For this girl in Ethiopia, clean water means freedom to go school.

For this girl in Ethiopia, clean water means freedom to go school.

We can change the world through education.

We can change the world through education.

Hidden lives ~ untold story of urban refugess (Panos)

Hidden lives ~ untold story of urban refugess (Panos)

Katie, is a 22 year old from Tennessee who is now living in Uganda as a foster mother to 13 beautiful little girls. Her story is amazing and her blog is so incredibly inspiring.  I am typically not one to be interested in religious causes and especially not causes outside of the US but I cannot help but be drawn back to this story. Most people know I strongly support causes helping children in the US. Not because this is where I am from, but because there is so much hurt, pain, and suffering…

Katie, is a 22 year old from Tennessee who is now living in Uganda as a foster mother to 13 beautiful little girls. Her story is amazing and her blog is so incredibly inspiring. I am typically not one to be interested in religious causes and especially not causes outside of the US but I cannot help but be drawn back to this story. Most people know I strongly support causes helping children in the US. Not because this is where I am from, but because there is so much hurt, pain, and suffering…

There is now a string of low-cost private schools opening in Kenya - but are they actually equalizing education or creating a wider rift? Learn more using our free teachable story: www.listenedition.com #kenya

There is now a string of low-cost private schools opening in Kenya - but are they actually equalizing education or creating a wider rift? Learn more using our free teachable story: www.listenedition.com #kenya

Deadly Oklahoma Tornadoes - Please Help Now https://secure.savethechildren.org/site/c.8rKLIXMGIpI4E/b.8701695/k.33B0/Donate_to_Oklahoma_Tornadoes_Children_in_Emergency_Fund/apps/ka/sd/donor.asp?msource=wespiokt0513

Deadly Oklahoma Tornadoes - Please Help Now https://secure.savethechildren.org/site/c.8rKLIXMGIpI4E/b.8701695/k.33B0/Donate_to_Oklahoma_Tornadoes_Children_in_Emergency_Fund/apps/ka/sd/donor.asp?msource=wespiokt0513

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