What it takes, and what it means, to rebuild a school in Haiti.
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Outreach's Elene Cloete explains how communities keep up their good work when the going gets tough. It's FASCINATING.
How much can two dads do? Turns out, quite a bit.
For the first few years of her life, Chev's family collected their supply of potable water from an uncovered, unfiltered communal well. The reliability of the water’s source was countered by the ongoing uncertainty of its safety.
A mother puts food on her table, and the tables of children throughtout her community.
When it comes to inspirational stories from our communities, it is hard to find one more affecting than Clementina’s journey.
An entrepreneur endeavors to provide good, as well as gifts.
MPAT, or the Multi-Dimensional Poverty Assessment Tool, is the most comprehensive method to measure poverty's presence in a community, then quantify and assess the results of the efforts and methods employed as all parties work toward building a stronger, more prosperous future.
Partners in India work hard for work-cards.
Growing closer to positive outcomes, and to each other.
Country Coordinator Rashmi takes a moment out of saving the world to indulge us for her Staff Q&!
Outreach's go-to humanitarian photographer Wayne Rowe takes a closer look at his work, and a wider view of his subjects' lives,