Peter Tabichi, a teacher from a small village in Kenya, became the first African to win the prestigious Global Teacher Prize. His story is one about generosity, grace, and a fierce belief in the potential of African youth.
The inspiring story of how Jen Hughes helped pioneer our Girl Empowerment program, which has become one of our most popular programs and impacted the lives of many women and girls.
We explore the global water crisis that is affecting many countries around the world, and discuss why World Water Day is critical for raising awareness about water scarcity and the value of water.
Volunteer, Sarah Conner, shares her 5 secrets to dealing with Reverse Culture Shock after returning home from volunteering abroad.
This International Women’s Day, our Foundation’s Fundraising and Marketing Manager reflects on how female empowerment has become a fundamental part of who she is today.
Kevin Lee, an intern on the Social Development & Entrepreneurship Internship in the Greater Kruger National Park shares what he learned during his internship.
We discuss why ethical dolphin tours are so important and how they can help contribute toward sustainable tourism and maintain the balance between humans and animals.
Once you’ve made up your mind that you want to fly half way around the world to do an internship abroad, the challenge becomes choosing what location.
NGO Intern, Nik, gives us a glimpse into what life is like while interning for the African Impact Foundation in Cape Town, and shares what he has learned.