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WE Villages is all about raising strong families. Honour your mom with a gift that empowers female farmers in developing communities to grow healthy food. Follow this link to see how your donation can make a difference: [ We.org Link ]
WE Villages is all about raising strong families Honour your mom with
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When Griffen Saul's father passed away, this teen took action. He founded his own nonprofit to raise awareness around living with disabilities, and honoured his dad's legacy in the process. Read his inspiring story:
When Griffen Sauls father passed away this teen took action He founded

A son’s inspiring response to his father’s life-ending disability. - Track Your Impact

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More than just a gift, our Mother’s Day Rafikis give families in developing communities the gift of clean water. Follow this link to explore ways to honour your mom: [ Bit.ly Link ] #WEareMakers
More than just a gift our Mothers Day Rafikis give families in
Carla, a kindergarten teacher in Ecuador, worried about her students' safety in the classroom conditions she inherited. Then, the school joined forces with WE. Together, community members and ME to WE travellers worked to give the students the environment they deserved. See Carla's new classroom:
Carla a kindergarten teacher in Ecuador worried about her students safety in

A teacher sees her kindergarten classroom transformed. - Track Your Impact

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Joyce is the first female leatherworker in our atelier, paving the way for women of the future. She’s determined to show her two daughters that they can achieve anything they’re passionate about. When you donate to give a mom financial tools, you’re empowering her to achieve her dreams: [ We.org Link ] #WEareMakers
Joyce is the first female leatherworker in our atelier paving the way
Peninah Musanka wants to be a journalist to help her Kisaruni community make sense of the changing world. Every WE Villages donation helps turn wishes into reality for moms and girls. Read Peninah’s inspiring story. Give the gift of empowerment. #WEareMakers [ Bit.ly Link ]
Peninah Musanka wants to be a journalist to help her Kisaruni community
Looking for a truly inspiring Mother’s Day gift? Consider making a donation in your mom’s honour. Your gift of $125 could provide literacy training for a women’s group. Imagine the possibilities! For more creative and world-changing gift-giving ideas follow this link: [ Bit.ly Link ] #WEareMakers
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How do you cultivate abundance and joy in the world? This Mother's Day, give mom joy with a donation that helps communities around the world to thrive: [ Bit.ly Link ]
How do you cultivate abundance and joy in the world This Mothers
Without access to healthcare, malaria-stricken Bernard and his family feared for his life. Then, his village and WE came together to build a new clinic:
Without access to healthcare malariastricken Bernard and his family feared for his

Bernard’s parents could barely afford to get health care for their son—but they had no other choice. - Track Your Impact

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Without access to healthcare, malaria-stricken Bernard and his family feared for his life. Then, his village and WE came together and built a new clinic:
Without access to healthcare malariastricken Bernard and his family feared for his

Bernard’s parents could barely afford to get health care for their son—but they had no other choice. - Track Your Impact

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Without access to healthcare, malaria-stricken Bernard and his family feared for his life. Then, his village and WE came together and built a new clinic:
Without access to healthcare malariastricken Bernard and his family feared for his

Bernard’s parents could barely afford to get health care for their son—but they had no other choice. - Track Your Impact

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Several times a day, Anthony and his aunt had to journey for water. When a water project was built in their community, their day-to-day lives began to change. Read their story:
Several times a day Anthony and his aunt had to journey for

Without clean water, getting sick was a regular occurrence throughout Anthony’s childhood. - Track Your Impact

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Lilian used to spend her days collecting water she knew might make her family ill. Then, life began to change. Read her story:
Lilian used to spend her days collecting water she knew might make

Rainwater, rivers and ponds—an exhausting search for water was Lilian’s daily reality. - Track Your Impact

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Watch and listen as the principal and learners take you on a tour of the Milimani campus in our Kisaruni school group in Kenya!
Watch and listen as the principal and learners take you on a

Kisaruni Group of Schools, Milimani Campus - Track Your Impact

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On a sunny morning, Arami, 68, sits in the waiting area at Kishon Health Centre in rural Kenya, accompanied by her two adult daughters. It’s her third time visiting the clinic, and she’s here to see an eye doctor. This is Arami’s story:
On a sunny morning Arami 68 sits in the waiting area at

How eye care changed the life of a grandmother in rural Kenya - Track Your Impact

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When Wilter Terer went into labour in 2008, she had to take a motorbike to the nearest hospital. Now, thanks to a new facility, to-be moms in her area are much safer. Read her story:
When Wilter Terer went into labour in 2008 she had to take

No more motorbikes: Improving the road to delivery for to-be moms - Track Your Impact

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Karen, a mother of 7 in rural Kenya, would walk for 30 minutes, five times a day to a nearby river to collect water. When WE partnered with Karen’s community, life began to change. Read her story:
Karen a mother of 7 in rural Kenya would walk for 30

For Karen, a 20-kilometre walk to get water was a daily reality. - Track Your Impact

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It was the change Miguel Vargas had been advocating for following the death of his daughter: With the support of the community and local government, WE built two clean water projects to serve each bank of the community. Read his inspiring story: [ Bit.ly Link ]
It was the change Miguel Vargas had been advocating for following the

The parents that made pipe dreams come true. - Track Your Impact

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Did you know that more than 663 million people around the world live without access to safe drinking water, while at least 2.4 billion still lack access to adequate sanitation facilities? That’s one in three people! This World Water Day, make a donation to provide people in developing communities access to safe water! Donate to our clean water and sanitation pillar today: [ Bit.ly Link ]...
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