1. Thank you Fantaztic Learning


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    Thank you Fantaztic Learning ( www.facebook.com/fantazticlearningstore ) in Lethbridge, Alberta for donating some awesome toys to Abide's (http://abidefamilycenter.org/ ) Child Development Center. The children love them!!

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    • Meet Aidah


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      Aidah is a grandmother who provides for her 12 grandchildren. After graduating from Abide's business class in 2014 she has been able to start her own small business of selling charcoal. After being successful with selling charcoal she is now expanding her business to include selling produce. Abide Family Center has helped over 70 families just like Aidah to stand on their own to feet and provide for their families. http://abidefamilycenter.org/

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      • Women's Enterprises in Kenya: Transforming Lives through Partnership and Prayer (Part 1 of 2)


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        This video describes the daily challenges many people around the world face with lack of access to clean water. Women's Enterprises International is a Seattle-based organization helping women in Kenya achieve transformative solutions.

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        • World Vision pilot projects: IMPACT and SKYE Clubs (Youth Livelihoods Series Part 1)


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          This one hour program is the first of a 3-part mini-series from the World Vision Youth Livelihoods Interest Group (YLIG), hosted by Kate Williams, Chairperson of the YLIG. The program presents in 3 parts. Kate begins by painting the background of current statistics around youth and youth employment and the anticipated impacts in the near future. WV Australia SEED is introduced along with a brief overview of the process for developing a Project Model in World Vision, Economic Development Sector. Finally, part 3 provides a detailed description of two YL project pilots: IMPACT (adolescents ages 12-17) and SKYE (youth ages 18-26). Both aim to bring social change in communities while equipping adolescents and youth with essential life, work-relations, social and technical skills.

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          • Mama Africa Fruits


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            • Roasting Coffee -- Step By Step -- Embracing Hope Ethiopia


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              One of the items available at the Embracing Hope Store (www.embracinghopestore.com) is hand-roasted coffee, prepared by the moms in Embracing Hope Ethiopia. This video will show you the step-by-step process and all of the hard work and care that goes into each back of coffee. Each bag helps to provide income for one or more of the moms in the program. (Note: When available, coffee is extremely limited in stock.) Interested in picking up a bag? Or how about some handcrafted jewelry or baskets? Check out www.embracinghopestore.com.

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              • just-one's Happy!


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                In celebration of our 10th anniversary on July 5th, 2014, just-one (Nepal) decided to jump on Pharrell Williams' Happy bandwagon - adding our own voice to the already pan-global mix of multi-cultural happiness. A little bit late of the starting block perhaps but we're pretty sure too that it'll be more than worth the wait! Huge thanks to the incredibly talented crew of final-year film students here in Kathmandu who very kindly and patiently made it for us and to the entire just-one family too for simply being absolutely fabulous! :o) If you enjoy it as much as we think you will, then maybe you'd help us share it wide and far too!

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                • Income Generation through Micro loans


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                  Global Hope Network International (GHNI) is helping families and villages become self-sustainable. One step in this process involves income generation. Here in Jordan micro loans provide one way to generate income. To find out more about income generation and how we are helping villages transform themselves through (TCD) Transformatiional Community Development visit us at GHNI.ORG

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                  • Serving Families


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                    Meet our Ghana director, Isaac Darkwah Akromah, and watch him share the story of one family and how donors have made a difference for them.

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                    • Strength in Numbers


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                      With the possibility of 13,700 federal workers seeing their pay reduced by 20% due to federal budget cuts, three Northwest credit unions banded together in March 2013 to provide information to members in Kitsap County, Washington. Connection CU, Kitsap CU, and Peninsula CU organized a town hall where they brought together various community agencies like the local food pantry, a mental health provider, the regional cable company (which worked with people to lower their monthly bills), and Costco (which provided food for the event and offered part time jobs). By working together, they shared resources and offered hope and options to their Kitsap County community.

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