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Entries in Africa (38)

Tuesday
Jun102014

TEDx: Build a School in Three Hours

Taylor Conroy, founder of Change Heroes, a FIND YOUR MISSION partner, gives a TEDx Talk about how to build a school in three hours. Taylor became addicted to giving when 10% of his income from one year built a library that would educate thousands. He discusses the process of raising money, how getting 33 people to give their pocket change for three months built a school for hundreds of children, and how his system will do all the work for you.

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Tuesday
Jun032014

AFRICA: A Million Lights

Throughout Africa, hundreds of millions live without access to electricity. For light, many use toxic and expensive kerosene lamps; simultaneously harming the environment while keeping families within the grips of poverty. SolarAid is aiming to disrupt this market by providing those in need with cheaper and safer solar lights. With more than one million lights sold, that change is becoming tangible.

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Tuesday
May272014

AFRICA: Cassie's Volunteer Trip

For four weeks after her college graduation, Cassie Wilson set out to change the world for the better. Two weeks at a primate sanctuary in Pretoria, South Africa and two weeks at Drifting Angels Orphanage and Children's Home in Tsito, Ghana left her with the experiences and relationships of a lifetime as she experienced situations and cultures completely foreign to her.

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Sunday
May112014

SOUTH AFRICA: Y Generation Against Poverty

Clement Lefer documents his humanitarian trip to Cape Town, showcasing the joys and fears, as well as the beauty and destitution, of South Africa.

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Tuesday
Apr222014

AFRICA: Bringing Light to Millions

Throughout Africa, hundreds of millions live without access to electricity. For light, many use toxic and expensive kerosene lamps; simultaneously harming the environment while keeping families within the grips of poverty. SolarAid is aiming to disrupt this market by providing those in need with cheaper and safer solar lights. With more than one million lights sold ($10 donation per lamp), that change is becoming tangible.

Connect with SolarAid