Forgotten in the Margins: Can We have an Equal World?

It is true. Living standards around the world have gone up generally. Matter of fact, global inequality reduced in the last decade for the first time since the early 19th century during the First Industrial Revolution. A large part of this change in fortunes has been driven by a spike in average incomes in the […]

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  April 7th, 2020 • Posted By : admin

Why Poverty Makes us Resentful

There is a saying in Christianity about money being the root of all evil, but honestly, sometimes it can be hard to agree with this statement. In fact, there are times when one is compelled to think the opposite: that poverty really is the root of, not all, but some evil. Indulge me in this. […]

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  August 20th, 2019 • Posted By : admin

If You Don’t Put Out Your Candle No One Can Take a Light

“Your talent is God’s gift to you. What you do with it is your gift back to God.” ~ Leo Buscaglia We all are endowed with beautiful human qualities; special gifts unique to us and us only. Well, some people might be like: ‘Meh, I’m not so sure. I’m a writer but everyone is a […]

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  August 20th, 2019 • Posted By : admin

Women in Non-Profits: Breaking into the Sector

As women’s issues – gender discrimination, work-life balance, equal pay and more – continue to take centre stage, the surprising dearth of women in non-profit leadership has not gone without notice. What’s interesting is that the bulk of employees in non-profit organisations is made up of women – a whopping 75% in some sectors to […]

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  June 8th, 2019 • Posted By : admin

Watch Music Video: Local Charity Makes Clothes for Kids in India

Music Video Tells Story of Making Clothes for Kids in India     Blending of E3 Vocational Tailoring and Happy Hearts Kids Charities Doubles the Impact     You don’t need money to help people in need. Remedia’s E3 Job Growth charity currently runs a tailoring program that trains women in India with employable job […]

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  November 30th, 2018 • Posted By : admin

Donor Spotlight: Giving Independence and Inclusion to India’s Disabled Poor

Delighted Donors Give 9 Wheelchairs When Patrick and Elizabeth Howe heard about India’s disabled poor, some of whom had no way at all to get around, they just couldn’t sit back and do nothing. So, they reached out to Remedia program director Jillian Haslam and asked her how they could help. Jillian gave them a […]

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  September 26th, 2018 • Posted By : admin

Vocational Tailoring and Computer Training Program Lifts Women Out of Slum Poverty

Program Bursting with More Applicants than Rooms Can Hold They’ve had enough. So many young women and girls living in Indian slums are desperate to escape the crushing poverty their families have known for generations. What they need is opportunity. And opportunity is now reaching some of them in the form of vocational tailoring and […]

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  September 6th, 2018 • Posted By : admin

“Our 100 Kind Deeds for Christmas” – How Christmas lost its meaning.

‘My idea of Christmas, whether old-fashioned or modern, is very simple: loving others.’ – Bob Hope Looking at the title of this newsletter it might have you wondering if I’m still suffering some kind of blues even before the fork has been stuck in and the Christmas tree has withered. But I can assure you […]

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  December 22nd, 2017 • Posted By : admin

Bringing Hope to Those in Despair and Poverty In My country – India

The World Has Forgotten Them, But I Haven’t. Have You? What would your life be like if you had to sleep every night a few steps from a public water spout? This is where poor street people come to bathe and wash dishes. Or what if you lived near a sewer hole? When I was […]

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  August 15th, 2017 • Posted By : admin