Stories from the field are a personal account of our experiences and insights during our travels to visit projects. We feel the best way to learn about issues related to global poverty is to be present, on the ground and with the community. We have met many inspiring community leaders and individuals who are a testament to the resiliency of the human spirit in spite of adverse living conditions. We hope you be inspired and come away reflect on what you can do in your role as a global citizen.
- Transferring experience into action
- A journey with a purpose
- Grassroots Philanthropy
- Sustainability Symposium (coming soon)
- Mirpur Slums
- My experience in the field: Ananda Foundation's India Country Director
- Ethiopia: The Yellow Box: A Poem
- Ethiopia: Abel's Journey
- Ethiopia: New Tomorrows for HIV Children
- Ethiopia: Love knows no boundaries
- Zambia: Ubuntu
- Malawi: The Compassionate Hand
- Malawi: Down to the Bare Roots; Grassroots Needs--M'chenga
- Malawi: A Volunteer's Experience
- Malawi: Volunteer visit to Paradiso Home
- Malawi: Report from M'chenga Community Based Organization
- Rajasthan: The Goat Herd Girls of Virat Nagar
- Chennai: The underworld of the stone quarry
- Chennai: In the presence of Pappa Vidyakar
- Bangalore: Echoing compassion
- Chennai: The girl who lived in silence
- Trichy: The chance to be a child
- Nagapattinam: Our babies have no milk
- Sowlore: Realizing dreams for Dalit women
- Kancheepuram: We have not boats
Adobe PDF Files:Ethiopia: Love knows no boundaries Malawi: A Volunteer's Experience Malawi: Report from M'chenga CBO Sowlore: Realizing dreams for Dalit women A journey with a purpose Mirpur Slums Abel's Journey Pendulum Newsletter Article Polus Center Newsletter
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