Pangea Educational Development – Literacy Instruction Training

You remember our good ol’ pals at Pangea Educational Development, right? They are doing incredible things such as Pangea Publishing which was celebrated the GoAbroad Foundation for International Literacy Day, AND they won the Innovation in Philanthropy Award at the 2018 GoAbroad Innovation Awards. They are doing BIG things and they continue to amaze us with their initiatives each day, making…

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Hot Lunch Program: Breaking the Cycle

Meet Nansubuga Josephine and Dan Amon, the Headmistress and Head Teacher at Nalusse Success Primary School in Mukono, Uganda. They are both recipients of the Hot Lunch Program that was initiated back in 2008. Both of these extraordinary figures have been with Nalusse since before the program was initiated, so they have seen the direct impact it has had on…

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Mercy, Mercy, Me

Let’s talk about healthcare. Healthcare is something that many of us take for granted, while many more of us are not able to obtain a single helpful ounce of it. Now, here’s one way you can change this health care disparity by getting your priorities straight. First, get informed. Second, get involved. Thanks to our Capture Kindness Photo Contest a…

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Hot Lunch Feeding Program FAQs

(Hot) Lunch is Served at Nalusse Success Primary School! We’ve teamed up with The Real Uganda to raise funds so they can continue their Hot Lunch Feeding Program at Nalusse Success Primary School in Mukono Town, Uganda. Here’s everything you need to know about the program, and its impact: What is the Hot Lunch Project? Since February 2008, The Real…

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Why Our Library Project Matters

Promoting Learning & Literacy in Uganda Our Library Project fundraising is in full swing, and we are SO close to reaching our goal of $2500 — we just hit $2000 this this week! To help you understand why our library project matters, we sat down with Drew Edwards, Director of International Operations and Co-Founder of Pangea Educational Development, to share more about…

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Meet Zalwango Josephine

Ugandan school children

Our Library Project fundraising is in full swing, and we’ve raised over $700 thus far! Now it’s time to introduce you to one of the wonderful people behind the day-to-day operations at St. James Primary School, in hopes that you’ll feel even more compelled to support its growth for years to come. Zalwango Josephine is a grade five to seven…

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Building a Library for St. James Elementary School

Our first fundraiser of 2017 has officially begun! We’re excited to share more details about the Library Project in Uganda, in partnership with Pangea Educational Development (PED). Read on to learn all about our partnership, the Library Project, and how you can get involved! **UPDATE: As of July 5th, 2017, we hit our target $2500 for St. James’ Library. However, the more donations…

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A Reflection on Volunteering in Uganda with PED

Volunteering is an activity that many people participate in at some point in their lives. However, for those that choose to take volunteer work outside their comfort zone, volunteering becomes more than just an activity. It is an incredibly, life-altering, eye-opening, humbling, (insert any adjective here) experience. It is an event that forever changes the course of their life and the…

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The Clean Water Project – Outcomes

There is no doubt that the Clean Water Project will continue to impact the lives of those it serves for many months and years to come. Here are some key outcomes of the Clean Water Project thus far: Around 3,000-4,000 people now have access to stable, clean water About 67 percent of the school’s operating budget will come from the water…

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