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Child Education in poorest slum area of Mumbai!

By correspondent Anil from Mumbai in India. Future of any country depends upon their youth. Children and youth are the builder and shaper of a nation. If we want our

Angellera

Angellera

By correspondents Jérémy Saint-Peyre and Joseph Allobbeh in Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya (as told to them by Angellera) I am twenty-four, my name is Angellera. I was born in Kibera and

Orphan Story: “Tika”

By Correspondent Deepak Garg in India Like other orphans I meet during charity work, I met Tika also same way. He caught my attention because of his work. When I

Story of orphan “Kalu”

Kalu - Indian Orphan

By Correspondent Deepak Garg in New Delhi, India I met this orphan during my Sunday charity work. His name was “Kalu”. When I told him that it is his nickname,

Independence Celebration along with “Dependent ones: Orphans”

It was Independence Day and new holiday for me. I missed last Sunday as I had to do attend office. Most importantly, I missed my every Sunday’s charity work also.

What Moving to the Third World Meant to Me

By Correspondent Robert B. in Bolivia – I have always had trouble imaging what other people’s lives are like. Sure, I can watch TV documentaries and listen to radio interviews

LIFE IS EMPTY

I came from a very poor family in the western part of Nigeria, as a young child I was so unhappy not knowing the reason I was born into such