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Norah Aligoyi

Norah Aligoyi

Norah told us "I’m happy that Drop in the Bucket decided to dig a borehole (well) at our school because it has relieved us from the burden of having to walk so far to fetch water.
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St Francis Madera School For the blind

St Francis Madera School For the blind

One of the biggest problems facing the school is sanitation. The school’s only toilet is a single dirty pit latrine that would be intolerable even for children with sight. Moreover, this single toilet is currently shared among the boys and girls. The school needs better and separate toilets
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Soap For South Sudan

Soap For South Sudan

Recent violence in South Sudan has resulted in an estimated 10,000 deaths and over 950,000 people being forced to flee their homes. Right now these people are now living in temporary shelters called internally displaced persons (IDP) camps which have been set up in or around South Sudan.
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Laughter is the Best Medicine Benefit Show

Laughter is the Best Medicine Benefit Show

Drop in the Bucket - Laughter is the Best Medicine Comedy Benefit Show, at the World Famous Comedy Store in West Hollywood, CA, featuring The Mighty Boosh with Noel Fielding, Julian Barratt, Rich Filcher, Dave Brown, Michael Fielding, Ian Edwards, Justin Martingale, Nick Youssef & Bobcat Goldthwait.
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International Day of the Girl 2013

International Day of the Girl 2013

Earlier this week we visited the school and sat down with the school’s Deputy Head Teacher She told us that the toilets have contributed to the school’s 70% girl retention rate. “The girls are happy and feel like they are being listened to and taken care of.”
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Akok Aschai Deng

Akok Aschai Deng

Akok Aschai Deng was forced to move to Khartoum during the war a few years ago. She moved into a new home, started at a different school, had to make new friends and be taught in Arabic, the national language of Sudan, when she was used to school taught in English in South Sudan. It
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Nobert Alupo

Nobert Alupo

Nobert was responsible for taking care of her younger sisters who she remembers crying all the time because they were so sad about losing both of their parents.
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Abdallah Linos’ story

Abdallah Linos’ story

When the civil war broke out, Abdullah Linos left the village to live in the Kahuma Refugees Settlement in Nairobi, Kenya. In 2009 he came back to his village with his wife and family and started teaching.
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In Honor of Mother’s Day

In Honor of Mother’s Day

It’s not our job to change other cultures. That change must come from within. But I meet girls everyday who desperately desire change. They just need their voices to be heard. And the key is education.
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