Borderless Health Care: COVID-19 Responses

While you may live in a region where medical care is available, the reality is that this is not the case for hundreds of millions of people. In some cases, it is a matter of accessibility and not availability. Although health services are available, th...
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Child Soldiers

A child soldier is a person under the age of eighteen who is a part of any kind of regular or irregular armed force/group. Today, more than 250,000 child soldiers are taking part in armed conflict. They are present in at least thirty conflicts, and it ...
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Disaster Relief

Disaster relief is the process of responding to catastrophic events and providing humanitarian aid to suffering persons/communities. Disaster happens suddenly, and is often the cause of suffering and loss. Disasters might include hurricanes, earthquake...
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Imagine if you could not read or write. Imagine if you knew nothing of the world that exists beyond your hometown. Imagine if you had no idea how to prevent common illnesses that were devastating your community; or worse, imagine if you did not know yo...
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Empowerment of Women & Girls

Our experience and data shows us that when equipped with the proper resources, women have the power to lift families and entire communities from poverty. Women and girls are disproportionately affected by poverty and discrimination; not everyone sta...
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Food Security

There are a lot of factors that determine whether or not you will have something to eat each day, most of which none of us really give much thought to. Will there be a flood? Will war break out? Will there be enough money to buy food? When will I get t...
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The theme for 2019 World AIDS Day on December 1st was, "COMMUNITIES MAKE THE DIFFERENCE".  OUR Kutoa community can make a difference! This month we have three sustainable solutions from three amazing communities around the world serving people affec...
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Having somewhere to call home is critical to having a healthy and productive life; however, a recent UN study showed that approximately one hundred million people are homeless worldwide and 1.6 billion people are living in places that do not meet their...
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Oppressed Peoples

Today, millions of lives around the world are in the grip of injustice. More children, women, and men are held in slavery than over the course of the entire trans-Atlantic slave trade. Millions toil in bondage; their work and even their bodies are the ...
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Orphan Care

The classic definition of an orphan is a child (under the age of eighteen) who has lost both parents. The World Health Organization and the United Nations now include children who have lost only one parent. Today, there are approximately 153 million or...
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Refugee Care

According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, a refugee is someone who has been forced to flee from his or her country because of persecution, war, or violence. Governments normally guarantee the basic human rights and physical securi...
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When an individual/community is self-sustainable, they have the ability to provide for their needs with the resources that are at their disposal; they are not reliant on aid from others. Self-sustainability is advanced by a stable economy, an absence o...
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Micro-loans for women

Inca Peanuts - the supernut

Savings-Based Finance