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Happy birthday, Forest Whitaker – and thank you for everything you've done to support our mission to end extreme poverty!⁠
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(📷: Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Global Citizen) #forestwhitaker #education #endpoverty.

Happy birthday, Forest Whitaker – and thank you for everything you've done to support our mission to end extreme poverty!⁠ ⁠ (📷: Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Global Citizen) #forestwhitaker #education #endpoverty ...

Monday just got eight times cuter! Sending you lots of love from baby Dede and her friends in Ghana 😍.

Monday just got eight times cuter! Sending you lots of love from baby Dede and her friends in Ghana 😍 ...

Ballet teacher Mari Carmen Silva, 52, goes to the poorer parts of Peru, and volunteers her time to teach children ballet. She says her mission isn't just to teach girls how to plié, but to prepare them for a future outside the boundaries of their poor neighborhood. Belinda May, ( @bmcmay ) who lives in Australia, who follows this page, caught wind of this program and sent packages with shoes and leotards (pictured above). Message her if you want to help.... Love it! Me encanta! Que baile Perú!! 🇵🇪.

Ballet teacher Mari Carmen Silva, 52, goes to the poorer parts of Peru, and volunteers her time to teach children ballet. She says her mission isn't just to teach girls how to plié, but to prepare them for a future outside the boundaries of their poor neighborhood. Belinda May, ( @bmcmay ) who lives in Australia, who follows this page, caught wind of this program and sent packages with shoes and leotards (pictured above). Message her if you want to help.... Love it! Me encanta! Que baile Perú!! 🇵🇪 ...

Check out 👉🏾 @makeup.bai 
I want to reinvent the narrative of African Americans. Yes, we as black people have been inherently inflicted with trauma. We’ve been plagued with poor financial literacy, systemic oppression and over represented in jails and prisons. Our history was always taught as an elective and not a core subject, and we normally have to wait until we attend a university to take our first African American Studies course.

Bearing that in mind, we need to become inspired, the polar opposite of the “self pity” oppressors sense that we have and diversify our knowledge of honorable historical figures. The same information has been in circulation for YEARS... don’t get me wrong Rosa Parks made a monumental achievement by sitting in the front of that bus, but has anyone heard of 
Maggie L. Walker the first woman in history to charter a financial institution? Not to mention her bank survived The Great Depression... the more we discover about ourselves the better..

Check out 👉🏾 @makeup.bai I want to reinvent the narrative of African Americans. Yes, we as black people have been inherently inflicted with trauma. We’ve been plagued with poor financial literacy, systemic oppression and over represented in jails and prisons. Our history was always taught as an elective and not a core subject, and we normally have to wait until we attend a university to take our first African American Studies course. Bearing that in mind, we need to become inspired, the polar opposite of the “self pity” oppressors sense that we have and diversify our knowledge of honorable historical figures. The same information has been in circulation for YEARS... don’t get me wrong Rosa Parks made a monumental achievement by sitting in the front of that bus, but has anyone heard of Maggie L. Walker the first woman in history to charter a financial institution? Not to mention her bank survived The Great Depression... the more we discover about ourselves the better. ...

@helenkellerintl For almost 25 years, HKI’s ChildSight program has been providing free eye exams and glasses to low-income students in urban areas of the United States, offering a simple, cost-effective solution to the far-too-common problem of uncorrected vision loss in one of the richest nations in the world. Since schoolchildren are not the only vulnerable people in the U.S. who urgently need vision care and properly prescribed glasses, HKI expanded its program this year, to serve runaway homeless youth, underserved veterans, newly arrived immigrants and refugees, low-income seniors, and homeless families. 
One such family is eight year-old Ezekiel and his mother, Babee. The two live in a homeless shelter that ChildSight visited in August. Ezekiel had been wearing his glasses so much that they broke back in January, and his mother couldn’t afford to fix them or get new ones. Ezekiel said, “I could see with my glasses on, but I can’t see without my glasses, and I’m not able to read. I can’t even do my homework without my glasses.” Through the ChildSight program, Ezekiel received a free vision screening, eye exam, and new glasses. He was very excited to get them just in time for Back to School. He said, “I’m looking forward to reading, and to doing my homework, and to focusing.” And he added, “The glasses make me look cooler. And maybe I look smart.” ChildSight staff notice over and over again how new glasses help their clients not only to see more clearly, but also to gain confidence – a winning combination for Ezekiel and the many thousands of others who have received ChildSight services this year.
📷: @helenkellerintl.

@helenkellerintl For almost 25 years, HKI’s ChildSight program has been providing free eye exams and glasses to low-income students in urban areas of the United States, offering a simple, cost-effective solution to the far-too-common problem of uncorrected vision loss in one of the richest nations in the world. Since schoolchildren are not the only vulnerable people in the U.S. who urgently need vision care and properly prescribed glasses, HKI expanded its program this year, to serve runaway homeless youth, underserved veterans, newly arrived immigrants and refugees, low-income seniors, and homeless families. One such family is eight year-old Ezekiel and his mother, Babee. The two live in a homeless shelter that ChildSight visited in August. Ezekiel had been wearing his glasses so much that they broke back in January, and his mother couldn’t afford to fix them or get new ones. Ezekiel said, “I could see with my glasses on, but I can’t see without my glasses, and I’m not able to read. I can’t even do my homework without my glasses.” Through the ChildSight program, Ezekiel received a free vision screening, eye exam, and new glasses. He was very excited to get them just in time for Back to School. He said, “I’m looking forward to reading, and to doing my homework, and to focusing.” And he added, “The glasses make me look cooler. And maybe I look smart.” ChildSight staff notice over and over again how new glasses help their clients not only to see more clearly, but also to gain confidence – a winning combination for Ezekiel and the many thousands of others who have received ChildSight services this year. 📷: @helenkellerintl ...

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated 51 years ago today – but his legacy lives on forever. ⁣⠀
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#citizenship #endpoverty #civilrights #mlk #martinlutherkingjr.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated 51 years ago today – but his legacy lives on forever. ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ #citizenship #endpoverty #civilrights #mlk #martinlutherkingjr ...

Our programs are providing nutrition and organic farming education to mothers so that they can grow and prepare nourishing food for their children. ♥️ 📸 @lifedezigned.

Our programs are providing nutrition and organic farming education to mothers so that they can grow and prepare nourishing food for their children. ♥️ 📸 @lifedezigned ...

Apart from doing nature photography, I love to capture real moments. But I feel it doesnt have to be pretty all the time. It should portray the bitter reality. The bitter reality that happens somewhere on a daily basis.

I met these innocent faces busy playing on the roadside of the city. Isn't it sad that they dont have dolls or toy trucks to play with, they play with anything and everything that they find fascinating on the construction site (where their parents work). This post is contradictory to my last post and I will tell you why. While there are children studying in good schools, there are others who dont have access to it. They are forced to go with their parents to the sites where their parents work while their elder siblings are forced to do child labour or ask for money on the streets. They generally dont have a home, no good clothes. No basic necessities. Half of the time they dont get to eat proper meals of the day. Doesnt this makes you ponder for a bit, about lucky God has made all of us.

Lets try to help the needy and give a little of something we have. Doesnt necessarily have to be monetary. At the very least, be kind to them.

I asked her can I take a picture of yours, she smiled and gave me the cutest pose ever. ♥ and her lil' sister was happy in her own lil world. ♥
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#streetkids #streetphotography #innocentface #cutesmile #photooftheday #helptheneedy #kidsofinstagram #streetgrammer #instastreet #aboutstreetphotography #natgeo #heartbreaking #savethefuture  #streetsofindia #underprivileged #lifeistough #endpoverty #bhfyp.

Apart from doing nature photography, I love to capture real moments. But I feel it doesnt have to be pretty all the time. It should portray the bitter reality. The bitter reality that happens somewhere on a daily basis. I met these innocent faces busy playing on the roadside of the city. Isn't it sad that they dont have dolls or toy trucks to play with, they play with anything and everything that they find fascinating on the construction site (where their parents work). This post is contradictory to my last post and I will tell you why. While there are children studying in good schools, there are others who dont have access to it. They are forced to go with their parents to the sites where their parents work while their elder siblings are forced to do child labour or ask for money on the streets. They generally dont have a home, no good clothes. No basic necessities. Half of the time they dont get to eat proper meals of the day. Doesnt this makes you ponder for a bit, about lucky God has made all of us. Lets try to help the needy and give a little of something we have. Doesnt necessarily have to be monetary. At the very least, be kind to them. I asked her can I take a picture of yours, she smiled and gave me the cutest pose ever. ♥ and her lil' sister was happy in her own lil world. ♥ . . . . #streetkids #streetphotography #innocentface #cutesmile #photooftheday #helptheneedy #kidsofinstagram #streetgrammer #instastreet #aboutstreetphotography #natgeo #heartbreaking #savethefuture   #streetsofindia #underprivileged #lifeistough #endpoverty #bhfyp ...

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The livelihoods of most Ethiopians living in rural areas is based on subsistence farming and livestock. But with multiple consecutive years of drought, food security remains extremely fragile and many families reply on the governments safety net program to survive. Our holistic approach hopes to improve livelihoods & wellbeing now and in the future.
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The livelihoods of most Ethiopians living in rural areas is based on subsistence farming and livestock. But with multiple consecutive years of drought, food security remains extremely fragile and many families reply on the governments safety net program to survive. Our holistic approach hopes to improve livelihoods & wellbeing now and in the future. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷|@zanwimberley ...

I don’t know if everyone understands the importance of ecd (early childhood development), but It is VITAL to have any chance whatsoever to survive circumstances these kids are exposed to. Development that happens almost as if from itself, is a luxury these children do not have, because of extreme poverty and neglect.  ECD is the key to give them a fair chance.  #endpoverty #give #givesomethingback #africa #namibia #csr #corporatesocialresponsibility #csrphotographybysusannel #windhoek #poverty #education #ecd #earlychildhooddevelopmentnamibia @susannelphotography.

I don’t know if everyone understands the importance of ecd (early childhood development), but It is VITAL to have any chance whatsoever to survive circumstances these kids are exposed to. Development that happens almost as if from itself, is a luxury these children do not have, because of extreme poverty and neglect. ECD is the key to give them a fair chance. #endpoverty #give #givesomethingback #africa #namibia #csr #corporatesocialresponsibility #csrphotographybysusannel #windhoek #poverty #education #ecd #earlychildhooddevelopmentnamibia @susannelphotography ...

@futuristkwame : The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted in 2015, is the international community’s ambitious response to today’s most pressing global development challenges and will guide our development priorities for an entire generation. Young people played a key role in shaping this agenda and experience first-hand many of the issues it seeks to address. .
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Recent decades have witnessed significant advances in terms of human development, but deep challenges remain. Progress has been uneven, with many young people across the globe still experiencing interlocked forms of discrimination, limited political inclusion, high levels of poverty, and limited access to health systems, educational opportunities and decent jobs. .
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The goals and targets of the 2030 Agenda are interconnected, aiming to integrate the three dimensions of sustainable development: economic, social and environmental. Explicitly or implicitly, young people are deeply embedded within their fabric. Their knowledge, reach and innovative solutions are essential if sustainable development is to be realized. . .

Tag a young person with an amazing idea that can help achieve the @ungeneva Sustainable Development Goals Below 👇🏿🇬🇭🇬🇭🌍🌍🔥💯💯💯 #youth4sdgs #youthpolicy #globalgoals #sdg #sdgs2030 #sdgs #sdgglobalfest #globalgoals #youthleader #futuristkwame4sdgs #futuristkwame #sdgsghana #globalwarming #globalgoalsweek #endpoverty #sdgyoungleaders.

@futuristkwame : The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted in 2015, is the international community’s ambitious response to today’s most pressing global development challenges and will guide our development priorities for an entire generation. Young people played a key role in shaping this agenda and experience first-hand many of the issues it seeks to address. . . Recent decades have witnessed significant advances in terms of human development, but deep challenges remain. Progress has been uneven, with many young people across the globe still experiencing interlocked forms of discrimination, limited political inclusion, high levels of poverty, and limited access to health systems, educational opportunities and decent jobs. . . The goals and targets of the 2030 Agenda are interconnected, aiming to integrate the three dimensions of sustainable development: economic, social and environmental. Explicitly or implicitly, young people are deeply embedded within their fabric. Their knowledge, reach and innovative solutions are essential if sustainable development is to be realized. . . Tag a young person with an amazing idea that can help achieve the @ungeneva Sustainable Development Goals Below 👇🏿🇬🇭🇬🇭🌍🌍🔥💯💯💯 #youth4sdgs #youthpolicy #globalgoals #sdg #sdgs2030 #sdgs #sdgglobalfest #globalgoals #youthleader #futuristkwame4sdgs #futuristkwame #sdgsghana #globalwarming #globalgoalsweek #endpoverty #sdgyoungleaders ...

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Quote taken from Rachel Summerscales, Hulme Community Garden Centre, during our recent event Good Finance Live..

What scares you about loan finance for charities and social enterprises? Please comment below to share your thoughts with us... 🗯️⠀ ⠀ Quote taken from Rachel Summerscales, Hulme Community Garden Centre, during our recent event Good Finance Live. ...