My Glasses Make Me Smarter

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My Glasses Make Me Smarter Guddu is a typical active 8-year-old boy living in the Rautahat District of Nepal. His family is poor — they own no land [...]

Water.org

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Like many problems, the ripple effect of this issue is truly alarming. Beyond the health ramifications, a lack of access to safe water and sanitation [...]

Tusk Trust

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By Meredith Ogilvie-Thompson Surreal, to say the least. Particularly for me as not two weeks before I was blinking into the midday sun on the edge of [...]

No Kid Hungry

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Three summers ago I met the actor Jeff Bridges at the Goleta Boys and Girls Club near his home in California. He’d been a long time champion of antihu [...]

Raise Hope For Congo

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As people around the world become more mindful of the raw materials and labor that go into our electronics, jewelry, and other products, consumers hav [...]

The Clinton Foundation

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Ten years ago, only 200,000 people in developing countries were receiving HIV/ AIDS treatment, at a cost of nearly $10,000 per person per year. The pr [...]

Wild Aid – A global campaign

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Wildlife activists and animal lovers alike are up in arms in the wake of last month’s tragic poaching incident, in which an entire family of twelve e [...]