Malambo Graduates!

December 20, 2020By AngelaGeneral Interest, Malambo Grassroots Zambia No Comments

Our university scholars have graduated! A huge congratulations to them on their wonderful achievements: Chimuka Ngilazi graduated with a Secondary Diploma in Religious Education, Civic Education and Guidance and Counselling at Technical Vocational Training College. He has now been accepted into the BA program at the same school and hopes to continue his studies. Coreen Mweetwa … Read More

Uno A Uno: Children Learning in the Lockdown

December 14, 2020By AngelaUno a Uno

Education in Ecuador in the time of COVID-19 The pandemic is having a profound impact on the education in Ecuador. Public schools in Ecuador closed in March 2020 and have remained closed to this day. School teachers have been trying to provide virtual education, but it has proven challenging. Many students do not have access … Read More

Malambo Grassroots 2020

December 14, 2020By AngelaMalambo Grassroots Zambia

Hello to all! We think about how different the world is from our last update to you, and hope all are healthy and well in these challenging times. Covid-19 is affecting us all, including our friends in Zambia. We have stories of the challenges from this past year, and also many great stories of positivity … Read More

Haiti Children & Youth Project: Youth Retreat & Kids Club 2020

December 14, 2020By Terri SuttonEducation, General Interest, Haiti Children & Youth, Haiti Children & Youth

Youth Retreat 2020, Kids Club & Amazing Volunteers Youth Retreat At the end of February this year, just before the Corona Virus spread to Canada and many other countries than Haiti, Rose Haiti Children & Youth Project sponsored another Youth Retreat in Lavalee, Haiti. The leaders and incredible volunteers of our partner Haitian NGO, ‘Source … Read More

Haiti Children & Youth Project: striving to bring hope

December 13, 2020By Terri SuttonEducation, Emergency Response, General Interest, Haiti Children & Youth, Haiti Children & Youth

Striving to bring Hope through Education and Emergency Relief Similar to other parts for the developing world, the past year has been extremely difficult in the Caribbean island country of Haiti where Rose Charities’ Haiti Children & Youth Project partners with the Haitian NGO “Source d’Espoir Communautaire” in the south of the country. The Haiti … Read More

Rose Nepal ‘Buhari’ Program

December 10, 2020By gwilleditEducation, General Interest, Nepal

Women’s Advanced Education Sponsorship Buhari means “married women or daughters-in-law”. This is the name that Rose Nepal calls its Advanced Education Program for Women. Women’s education is one of the most effective ways to improve a community’s health, poverty reduction, and peacefulness. The Buhari program operates from the rural Pharping area of the Kathmandu Valley. … Read More

Staying Alive: Small Projects in the Pandemic

December 7, 2020By Josephine De FreitasGeneral Interest

As the COVID19 pandemic spread across the world, it brought lockdown, unemployment and poverty in its wake. For many children in developing countries it was especially hard; schools closed and children missed both education and in many cases, their main daily meal. Our projects had to scramble to find ways to help the most vulnerable … Read More

Fire Fighters Deliver Babies in Guatemala

December 7, 2020By Josephine De FreitasGeneral Interest, Health, Mayan Project Guatemala, Safe Motherhood Guatemala

Safe Motherhood Project 2020 2020 marks the 18th year of the Safe Motherhood Project in Guatemala, a four to five day hands-on education program for Mayan midwives who are called comadronas, Guatemalan volunteer firemen/paramedics who are called bomberos, and other healthcare workers involved in maternity care.  We have now taught over 1280 students, skills helpful … Read More

Standing Tall in a Pandemic

December 6, 2020By Josephine De FreitasGeneral Interest

Stand Tall Education Covid Update STAND TALL EDUCATION has taken care of  their staff and students throughout a difficult year. All schools in Uganda have been closed since March resulting in a country-wide surge of teenage pregnancies, domestic abuse and an ever-increasing number of students leaving their educational institutions completely. Stand Tall School opened its … Read More