Feeding America Connects with Brands to Alleviate Hunger
Afdhel Aziz

40 million people in America face hunger, and Feeding America is on a mission to work with their nationwide network of food banks to provide meals with people who need them. Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Catherine Davis, sits down with Forbes to discuss the…

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Matt Damon Discusses Water.org’s Global Impact
Cate Matthews

Matt Damon, a film industry veteran, philanthropist and co-founder of Water.org, is dedicated to making safe water and sanitation accessible to thousands of communities around the world through a unique approach of leveraging microloans and “water equity.” Damon tells A Plus why he was inspired…

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Global Citizen and Partners Are Producing a New Series to Combat Extreme Poverty
Sustainable Brands

National Geographic and Procter & Gamble have announced ACTIVATE, a multiplatform storytelling partnership and six-part documentary series co-produced by Global Citizen and RadicalMedia. The ACTIVATE series will focus on extreme poverty, inequality and sustainability issues to mobilize global citizens to drive meaningful and lasting change….

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How Video-Based Learning is Changing Farming in Uganda
Opportunity International

Opportunity International’s innovative, video-based farmer education pilot program in collaboration with research partner The Hanns R Neumann (HRNS) Foundation has showed strong preliminary results in Uganda. The GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) video pilot was introduced as an innovative way to address knowledge and adoption gaps,…

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WaterCredit Provides Hope for Family in Indonesia
Water.org

Uni, a widow raising four grandchildren in a rural village in Jakarta, Indonesia, lives in a home just above a canal that gets water for cooking, drinking, and bathing. While her family is not in a position to pay for a water connection up front,…

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This Couple Has Brought Education Into Their Neighborhood in Uganda
Opportunity International

Ugandan locals Violate Matovu and her husband Fred noticed that kids in their community were walking up to two miles per day to get to school. Using some existing structures, land, and loans from Opportunity International, they started the Jordan Crossers School that has now…

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