Category Archive for: ‘Footprint Series’

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    Our Humanitarian Footprint Series: Meet Rosine

    Rosine Makanaky is a woman with an extraordinary vision and an equally powerful determination. Rosine‚Äôs comprehensive, personal approach to caring for disabled children stems from her experiences and education; what makes her extraordinary is her willingness to return to this area to bring about social …

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    Our Humanitarian Footprint: Meet Assan

    Assan decided to generate electricity for a town called Dumbo, a town without power in the Bui region of Cameroon. He envisioned a way of using the high-pressure flow of water coming downhill through pipes from a spring catchment to power a mini-turbine generator. He …

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    Introducing the Humanitarian Footprint Series: Meet Elvis

    When Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous I Have a Dream speech in Washington, D.C., he was leading a demonstration for the humanitarian causes of racial equality and justice. Excerpts of this speech inspire and propel visionaries toward their goals of raising human …

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    Humanitarian Footprint: Meet Uma

    Uma grew up in the Northwest region of Cameroon, an English-speaking region in the predominately French country. Uma has never traveled out of this region and has a younger brother and sister which she looks after. Her parents are illiterate, her mother is a tailor …

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