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Bean to Bar, Making a Difference

One day isn’t enough. National Chocolate Day is only one day a year. Luckily every day you can enjoy premium chocolate from farmers in partnership with CHOICE. And when you purchase this chocolate, a portion of the profit provides these farmers access an agricultural specialist.   Source link

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2017 Kenya Election Update

There has been a lot of talk about what is going on with the Kenya Presidential vote in the news. It can be hard to understand without the context from a local. So our CHOICE Kenya team has put together an update on the situation.  Kenya is going through a tough …

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2016 Annual Impact Report

On behalf of the staff, Board of Trustees, and the tens of thousands of villagers whose lives you have helped improve thank you for being a part of the CHOICE Humanitarian family. Together, we reached new heights in 2016, and we owe this success to you for two reasons. First, …

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“I just want a dignified bathroom" Rural Development in Mexico

Paul recently returned from an expedition to Mexico where he observed the path that the village of La Concha in Guanajuato, Mexico is taking to create sustainable income opportunities for their residents.   Paul’s story walks the reader through the villager’s process and some beautiful outcomes of hard work, dedication, and …

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Progress in Ecuador

The Advancing Life Foundation, the charitable giving entity of ASEA LLC, has partnered with us to build a vocational school in rural Ecuador. This school will be the first of its kind in this area and give opportunities that will have life changing implications.  The building will be in the …

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I Wanted to Show the World to My Family

I have a good idea of what it might feel like to be royalty. Upon arrival in the village of Chiti in the remote western stretches of Nepal where we would be living and serving for the next week, we received a king’s welcome. From the moment we stepped off …

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Literacy – the First Step to Empowering Women

Heidy is 21 years old and lives in rural Guatemala. She is a mentor for Accent, our language learning program built by Microsoft Edge. Heidy wanted to be a doctor, but couldn’t afford to go to school.    However, she completed her secondary school and has a certificate in teaching. …

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Sheep in Mexico

“I now understand the importance of giving medicine to my sheep” were the words of Mrs. Hortensia Barnabas Sotero de Ejido of the village of Detiña in Mexico after administering vitamins to her flock of sheep. She is thankful for the advice and assistance received by the CHOICE Mexico veterinarians …

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