An 11-year-old South African girl talks about the fears she faces on her walk to school. From Why Poverty.
Two young Episcopalians work among refugees who find support at The Episcopal Church’s St. Paul’s Within the Walls in Rome.
Just like the lake, a whole way of life is disappearing. Who is to blame, the people upstream for damming the Omo River or the developed world for causing climate change? A video from Why Poverty?
Poverty, child labor, sex trafficking, lack of education, child marriage, genital mutilation, all contribute to the precarious situation of girls in the 21st century.
Young Nigerians girls, one Christian and one Muslim, learn to be friends and work together, despite the division and violence in their communities.
With the public in a skeptical mood, Odyssey Networks asked people whom they trusted.
At her lowest moment, Nicole’s power went out and she had the revelation that saved her sitting in the dark. “I said okay God, is that what you want me to do?” Courtesy of Odyssey Networks.
New Yorkers told the folks at Odyssey Networks how the world could be a better place in 2014.
A divorced 46-year-old father of three lands a job outside of Reading, Pa. after a two years search.
Africans’ land can become Europeans’ land in a hurry. A short video from Why Poverty?