Posts Tagged ‘Education’

Back to School in India

Post a Comment » Written on February 24th, 2017     
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AA* is 8 years old, and lives in Wahabpora, India.  His father is a daily wage laborer and was not able to pay for his son’s education, so he discontinued his studies and spent his days with friends around his …


What do you do with what you know?

Post a Comment » Written on October 13th, 2016     
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This post originally appeared in a ACT for Congo newsletter, a partner of CWR.

You may be overwhelmed by information on your devices today, but many people around the globe are still without access to many sources of information. How



Refugee Education in Kenya

Post a Comment » Written on March 30th, 2015     
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Second and third and fourth chances at a new future

Post a Comment » Written on March 25th, 2015     
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Covenant World Relief partners with ACT for Congo in the eastern region of DR Congo near Goma. Through this partnership, a program provides a restart opportunity for young single girls who have children. It is a place for these girls …


Tuin’s Story: An Indian Refugee

Post a Comment » Written on January 28th, 2015     
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Week 12 TuinFACT:

Many people are refugees in their own countries. They have been forced to leave their homes because of war, violence, or persecution because they are of a particular ethnic group or religion. In India some Christian tribes have been