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An inexpensive solar cell phone made of recycled materials opens new opportunities for people in rural Kenya.

Solar-powered phones recharge Kenya's conversations

An inexpensive solar cell phone made of recycled materials opens new opportunities for people in rural Kenya.

New nonprofit joint venture will tell the positive stories of Afghanistan

New nonprofit joint venture will tell the positive stories of Afghanistan

The Afghan Dreamers project will highlight 'really good people doing really amazing things' that 12 years of war has overshadowed.

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The National Construction Authority (NCA) has announced that it shall be collecting the Construction Levy from property developers in Kenya.

Creative Connections links kids worldwide through art

Creative Connections links kids worldwide through art

US students partner with children from one of nearly 50 other countries to exchange their artworks and then share ideas face-to-face via a videoconference.

Education helped Franco Majok escape from war-torn Sudan. Now his Village Help for South Sudan has built a school there – and more. Pinned by CSM #gooddeeds

Franco Majok fled Sudan – but returned to build a school

Education helped Franco Majok escape from war-torn Sudan. Now his Village Help for South Sudan has built a school there – and more. Pinned by CSM

Paul Revere's time capsule unveiled in Boston (+video) - CSMonitor.com

Paul Revere's time capsule unveiled in Boston

3 new ideas for working alongside the world's poorest people -

Betinho had ridden what he calls a "boom" of #volleyball in #Brazil. Although football (called soccer in the United States) was the prevailing national sport, volleyball had knocked out basketball as the second most popular. National volleyball idols emerged, and the sport was broadcast on major television channels.

Volleyball for all on a famous Rio beach

Betinho had ridden what he calls a "boom" of #volleyball in #Brazil. Although football (called soccer in the United States) was the prevailing national sport, volleyball had knocked out basketball as the second most popular. National volleyball idols emerged, and the sport was broadcast on major television channels.

Anshu Gupta brings 'clothing for dignity' to India - CSMonitor.com

Anshu Gupta brings 'clothing for dignity' to India

Anshu Gupta brings 'clothing for dignity' to India. His nonprofit group, called GOONJ, collects and gives away used clothing. The twist: The needy 'pay' for their clothes by doing service work in their communities.

Claudio Miranda's music is taming a once-savage Brazilian neighborhood - CSMonitor.com

Claudio Miranda's music is taming a once-violent Brazilian neighborhood

Claudio Miranda's music is taming a once-savage Brazilian neighborhood - CSMonitor.com

Giving London street kids – even teen gang members – a safe (and colorful) home - CSMonitor.com

Giving London street kids – even teen gang members – a safe (and colorful) home

Camila Batmanghelidjh founded Kids Company to help children – and now helps troubled teens. who often get little sympathy since the London riots.

Loyalty is rare if you find it, keep it. A human can be disloyal, but a machine can’t. Edge1 Outdoor Media Management software is loyal to you and will show you the correct graph of your company’s growth.

Unfortunately, office politics is something that most of us have to deal with at work. Learn how to tactfully address office politics.

Khanyisile Motsa is 'mother' to a very large family – 62 orphaned girls at her Johannesburg, South Africa, 'Home of Hope' orphanage.

When Khanyisile Motsa saw girls living on the streets, she took them home

Khanyisile Motsa is 'mother' to a very large family – 62 orphaned girls at her Johannesburg, South Africa, 'Home of Hope' orphanage.

Jean Paul Samputu practices forgiveness – even for his father's killer - CSMonitor.com

Jean Paul Samputu practices forgiveness – even for his father's killer

Jean Paul Samputu practices forgiveness – even for his father's killer - CSMonitor.com

Seiji Yoshimura rushes to natural disasters to help

Seiji Yoshimura rushes to natural disasters to help

Inspired by the work of an American missionary long ago, Seiji Yoshimura helps out at disaster sites across Asia, including in his native Japan.

Kenyan women make a healthy profit selling aloe to cosmetics firm -

Kenyan women make a healthy profit selling aloe to cosmetics firm

Kenyan women make a healthy profit selling aloe to cosmetics firm -

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