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Social Glue is Helping Hunger in a Bolivian Community Featured Image

Social Glue is Helping Hunger in a Bolivian Community

A Story About Community in Bolivia Travel with me to Sucre, an old and beautiful city in the highlands of Bolivia. The city is full of historic buildings, lush parks,…

https://www.fh.org/blog/40021/

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World Day Against Trafficking

This weekend, stories may pop up in your News Feed about World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. We know you’re inundated everyday with dozens of holidays, but this is not…

https://www.fh.org/blog/world-day-trafficking/

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The Dominican Republic through God’s Eyes

“Let me see this world, dear Lord, as though I were looking through your eyes; For if once I could see this world the way you see, I just know…

https://www.fh.org/blog/dominican-republic-gods-eyes/

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Tomoyo: A Surprising Case for Hope

Whether in the developed or developing world, hope is a make-it-or-break-it factor that allows people to dream beyond their current reality. Oftentimes, it’s easy to default to talking about ending…

https://www.fh.org/blog/a-surprising-case-for-hope/

Women farmers in the Congo (DRC) pave the way for healthier families Featured Image

Women farmers in the Congo (DRC) pave the way for healthier families

History The Congolese people have suffered at the hands of exploitative leaders and civil war for decades.  Beginning with the regime of King Leopold of Belgium (1885-1908), continuing in the…

https://www.fh.org/blog/women-farmers-congo-drc-pave-way-healthier-families/

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The Distance Between What is Right and What is Real

Growing up, I would have never used the word privileged to describe my life. Yet, the more I understand about my own experiences, the less I can deny my own…

https://www.fh.org/blog/correct-injustice/

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Pick up a Pen: It's National Letter Writing Day

I am enamored with the idea of receiving a letter. Not the kind that contains a bill, or is from a bank trying to convince me to sign up for…

https://www.fh.org/blog/national-letter-writing-day/

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Which Downton Abbey character are you?

NOTE: The following post includes many references to the PBS Masterpiece Theater drama “Downton Abbey.”  I believe it is inevitable. Despite the plot twists and character turns of the period…

https://www.fh.org/blog/which-downton-abbey-character-you/

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Chickens, Pigs, and Pencils: How Simple Things Create Big Opportunities

Chickens, pigs, and pencils — quite an unusual combination. How could these three items together possibly change lives? There are some titles you hope to hold. Being one of the…

https://www.fh.org/blog/chickens-pigs-and-pencils-how-simple-things-create-big-opportunities/

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Day 4: Deworming Medicine for 500 Kids (8 Days of Giving)

It’s hard to imagine life in countries where even a glass of water isn’t safe to drink. When we came to the page that had deworming medication on it, our…

https://www.fh.org/blog/day-4-deworming-medicine-500-kids-8-days-giving/