CASE STUDIES FROM OUR RECENT PROJECTS
Health Systems are rehabilitated and expanded in Sierra Leone after Ebola.
A child's health is restored after her parents learn about proper nutrition.
During a visit to India, Senator Coons explains why foreign aid matters now more than ever.
Senator Merkley on how U.S. aid in Nepal helps families invest in a brighter future.
After Ebola, getting girls back into school in Sierra Leone.
When more women work, economies grow.
Only an educated mother can create a well-educated nation.
A Malawian farmer builds an irrigation system for his community.
Feeding families for a lifetime in Bangladesh.
Helping farmers in Bangladesh dream big.
When there is a tsunami, information people receive in the first five minutes can save lives.
How electricity and opportunity are transforming a tribal village in Tanzania.
When a childhood is robbed by sexual violence, how does one Congolese family recover?
An Ethiopian community finds resilience, liter by liter.
Armed with two wheels, a tablet and lots of data, one woman takes on a deadly disease.
Teacher, leader, entrepreneur: one extraordinary woman takes on malnutrition.
In Bangladesh the rights of poor garment workers are often overlooked. That's changing.
A resilient mother's road to leadership.