We all watched in horror more than fifteen years ago as terrorist attacks toppled the World Trade Center Towers and sent shockwaves through the US. In the months and years that followed, every household became familiar with Afghanistan…. Read More
The issue of food security is not a new one. For years, we have been trying to answer questions about how we can realistically provide proper nourishment and nutrition to the world’s 7 billion people.
The Question of Mass… Read More
Some people have experiences so inspiring that in telling them, they become life changing stories. Our Global Roots local partner and humanitarian hero, Kyila, is one such woman.
Recently I traveled to Shanghai where I met my friend Kyila,… Read More
You stare at the teacher but can’t quite focus on what she is saying. And is it just you or is the room swaying a bit? You cough again, just can’t quite seem to shake that lingering cold…. Read More
While phase one is well under way and Moat Khlar’s school recently planted garden continues to grow, (TLC – www.lakeclinic.org), KIDS (www.kidsdevelopmentsociety.org) and GlobalRoots teams decided to help Sok’s family build a small vegetable floating garden to help improve… Read More
Moat Khlar, Cambodia, December 2014.
Global Roots program manager Patrick, working with the Lake Clinic organization (TLC – www.lakeclinic.org)and KIDS (www.kidsdevelopmentsociety.org) , helped kick off the first vegetable garden in this small floating village of the beautiful Tonle Sap… Read More
Muuo ran away from home to the small town of Emali (a small town along the Nairobi/Mombasa highway) where he hoped he find some small jobs. He decided to hide himself in a Mombasa-bound container without the truck… Read More