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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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Day Middle School Temecula & Skyetime

Day Middle School Temecula & Skyetime

Students from the Day Middle School in Temecula, CA are helping children in Africa gain access to clean water by building a well with Drop in the Bucket.
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World Water Day 2013

World Water Day 2013

Every 20 seconds a child dies from a lack of clean water or sanitation. "I used to read facts like these and think 'I wish someone would do something about this,' until I realized that I AM someone and the time to help is now."
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Obey Awareness Program

Obey Awareness Program

Shepard Fairey is a strong believer that clean water is a human right and this year Drop in the Bucket was honored by being one of only two causes chosen for the 2013 season.
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Beads that transform lives

Beads that transform lives

Beading programs teach local women how to construct jewelry from old magazines, which they, in turn, can sell for profit. These beads provide a source of financial independence, enabling them to feed their families and be able to afford their children’s school fees
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Sister Sidonia Aman Tong

Sister Sidonia Aman Tong

One time she was taken from the school at gunpoint and taken to the barracks. The soldiers threatened her life and insisted she stopped teaching the children English and that she only taught them Arabic.  She refused and told them they would have to kill her before she stopped teaching English.
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