All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘education in africa’

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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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    2 Ways We Bridge the Health Care Gaps in Cameroon

    Our Total Health Program in Kumbo, Cameroon is now at the center of a healthcare revolution: steadily growing, filling much needed healthcare gaps and providing health education in and around Kumbo. In fact, the more people we educate and treat in the area, the greater …

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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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    New Years Weekend: Come Celebrate Our Humanitarian Impact

    Join Pandit Rajmani Tigunait for an inspiring New Years weekend seminar: Inner Healing For The New Year. Also celebrate the impact of our Global Humanitarian Projects as our café hosts a fundraiser and open house to support One Book & One Buck. The open house provides an …

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    One Book & One Buck Update

    As we close in on the last lap of this part of our literacy campaign in Cameroon, we want to share our status and the success of our efforts. Nearly 100 businesses are leading our book collection process. There are book-collection-boxes in 5 states. To date, we have …

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    New Campaign: One Book & One Buck

    An Educated Decision Each year, we choose a different international project and ask our supporters to join us and help tackle poverty at the grass roots. We’re excited to announce that we are focusing on rural education with our latest campaign ONE BOOK & ONE BUCK. The …

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  • The Year in Review: 2011 accomplishments

    In 2011, Dallas high schoolers rocked out to support Trees for Tibet, HI members forged a new community partnership with a service excursion to Mexico, environmentalists in Buffalo drummed to support youth leadership in Cameroon, and people from all over the world donated books to …

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  • Inauguration of Takui Water Catchment

    The Takui spring water catchment system, a project that was only started a couple months ago, is now open and bringing fresh, clean water to the people of the village! This project is very exciting, not only for the difference that it will make in …

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  • Measuring the Impact of a Library

    The full impact of the Kumbo Public Library is hard to convey. The fact that approximately 100 people, and oftentimes more, visit each day may serve to paint a small picture of how well loved and used this community resource is. That teachers from area …

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  • Turning Inspiration Into Action

    After visiting the Kumbo Public Library in Cameroon last November with her family during the 2010 Eco-Service Excursion, 14-year old Claudia Bacon returned home inspired to also make a difference. Reflecting on her experiences in Cameroon, she wrote, “I was first inspired by the library …

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