Children

Although some may say Ayendha has sacrificed a lot to teach in an extremely remote village in Indonesia, she believes that the simplest acts can yield the best results. I’m a young Indonesian who has recently graduated from the Food Science and Technology Department in Bogor Agricultural University. Helping children...

Rosie shares her experience empowering disadvantaged children through education and sport in Fiji. Last summer, I was a teaching and sports volunteer in Fiji with the organisation Think Pacific. Despite having previously taught at a lycée in France for eight months, my first week in Kindergarten...

Here’s what young changemaker Vivian Onano has to say to young people about following passions, remembering community, and making a difference in 2017 and beyond. If the term ‘old soul’ were still in vogue, twenty-something wunderkind Vivian Onano would be the bell of that ball....

7 in 10 children in the Nicaraguan coffeelands will not make it beyond primary school. Kristin Van Busum founded Project Alianza to provide them with the education and skills they need to break free of generations of poverty. I was raised by a single mom, and I...

From Building a Computer Lab & Sewing Studio for an Orphanage in India, to Becoming a Teen Advisor for the United Nations Foundation Every summer, my family would take a trip to India. On my birthday – August 15th – my entire family would pile into a gleaming white van...

Catalyzing a Sustainable, Community-Based Response to the Orphan Crisis, through the Local Church January 12, 2017: My heart squealed with joy, as I watched cute pink piglets seemingly grow before my eyes. Far from my home in Pennsylvania, I had come to this remote area about...

Bringing Spoken Word Poetry Workshops to Schools and Mental Institutions in Argentina As kids, those who have a literary interest tend to learn two things very quickly. First, that literature is a gate towards universes, concepts and also abstract, wonderful ideas that have the potential to...