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Water Quality in Nigeria – An Uphill Battle

Deena Zaidi

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash The Sub-Saharan’s largest economy struggles for quality water supply and proper sanitation. Ironically, 17 of Nigeria’s 36 states are named after rivers. As many...Read More

The hills are alive... Concern in action in the hills of DRC

Kristin Myers

Apart from some fading roadside signage and the occasional battered Land Cruiser, there’s not much sign of Concern’s presence in Masisi, Democratic Republic of Congo. At least not at first...Read More

Sahar Speaks: The Voices of Afghan Women

CHIME FOR CHANGE

Afghanistan is teeming with the untold stories of half of its population. Sahar Speaks gives a rare and revealing look into Afghan women’s lives, as reported by Afghan women on...Read More

Water is life... or is it?

Kristin Myers

Broken and disused water pumps all over the developing world stand as rusty testaments to the futility of the “easy fix.” Turns out, if you want to bring about meaningful...Read More

How music is creating awareness about HIV/AIDS in Uganda

A drone shot of the concert goers that turned up for the HIV/AIDS awareness concert in KabaleIt is mid morning at Kabale Municipal Stadium and the queues of people seeking...Read More

The Relevance of Conversations in Our Global Effort to End Polio

Ramesh Ferris is a global health advocate and Canadian polio survivor In the 1950’s, mothers everywhere were having conversations with each other and demanding their government leaders take action and...Read More

Mae La Refugee Camp to Kliptown

Sophomore at Carrboro High School lives in North Carolina but originally from Thailand. I woke up to the van rocking back and forth between the holes on the imperfect dirt...Read More

Amazonas, Guardians Of Life

CHIME FOR CHANGE

By Charles Gay and Felipe Jacome Hasmil: My name is Hasmil Villamil. I’m 11 years old. I want to live freely in the Amazon jungle. I want to play with...Read More

How Online Abuse Ruined My Life

CHIME FOR CHANGE

By Rutendo in Zimbabwe On a November morning two years ago, I walked into a lecture room at my university and found everyone was staring at me. At first, I...Read More

Who I May Become

CHIME FOR CHANGE

By Lillian Uwanjye in Rwanda Food, water, shelter, clothing, and medication are all vital to sustain life. But love, kindness, peace, security, confidence, and mental health are what determines the...Read More

A Life of No Settling

Jaylen Boone

The great anti-apartheid revolutionary Nelson Mandela once stated, “There is no passion to be found playing small - in settling for a life that is less than the one you...Read More

#WeMove for Freedom. For Justice. For all

This campaign is a global collaboration and would not be possible without the dedication of the following partners: Concept & Art Direction: J.Views Executive Producer: META Strategy & Communication: Of Course Global Outreach Design Direction: Any_ Dance Generators: The Moving CompanyRead More

Harassing Women Won’t Make You a Man

CHIME FOR CHANGE

By Aysh Khan in Pakistan "I will keep resisting this culture, one that binds a girl to sit behind closed doors while boys dominate everywhere." My name is Aysh, I...Read More

Of two worlds and counting

Haby Sondo

I am the color pink. I am a crochet. Ne be Dioula ani Anglais ( I am Diola and English). I am box braids and glasses. I am Americanah. I...Read More

Meet Our 2017 Curtis Scholars

Jay’Len Boone, 18 San Antonio, Texas Jay’Len was born in Detroit, Michigan, experiencing firsthand the hardships caused by poverty and growing up without access to resources. Jay’Len saw his environment...Read More

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