What it takes, and what it means, to rebuild a school in Haiti.
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We’ve worked with some impressive interns, and these four are no exception. Meet Jenna, Ben, Rachael and Sarah, and prepare to be inspired!
In December 2020, Human Development Facilitators (HDFs) from our program partner in Nepal began investigations to explore which communities they should expand their program work to next!
There is a new kind of litter patrol in Ofesi, Malawi. Residents in the community of Ofesi worked together to identify insufficient sources of income as a community issue. Ofesi’s solution? Goats.
As a part of our #womenwhowow series in celebration of International Women's Day, meet Clementina - an educator and fashionista from Zambia.
With the support of Outreach Philippines Incorporated (OPI) staff, two communities, gained access to more than 5,000 books from Philippines-based bookstores.
The numbers are in: Women are showing up to lead community development, worldwide.
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.
When community members understand that the issues they face as individuals are shared by their neighbors, they are able to move forward with a common cause that benefits all parties equally.
A mother puts food on her table, and the tables of children throughtout her community.