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Kenifer hard at work in class

Where the education system stops…we start

This year, we will send our kids to school expecting them to learn. If they struggle or fall behind in class, we expect them to ask for help. We also expect our children’s teachers to notice their difficulties and assist them. Sometimes a student just needs a little extra support. Thankfully, most U.S. schools offer […]

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Outcast tribe receives first-ever written alphabet and real hope for a future free from oppression

This story comes from David Burton, International Communications Officer for FH. Alomgir is a young man at the forefront of his tribe’s escape from poverty. He is a member of the Koda tribe in western Bangladesh. The Koda people (above) never before had an alphabet for their own language; they suffer from marginalization, living poor lives […]

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How to Fall in Love with Bangladesh

You might be asking yourself, “Why Bangladesh?”  You might be wondering, “Where is Bangladesh? I have never heard of this place!”  You might be thinking, “Why would I go there and what would we do?”  These are great questions and I am so glad you asked! Surrounded by India on all sides, Bangladesh is the size […]

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