100 chicken coops have been built by the teenagers at Nyumbani Village in Kenya. They managed the project in collaboration with youth in the US, even designing the coops themselves.Read more »
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An appeal for your help !!! $ 25 a month will make a huge difference. order essays Our family has raised the seed money to install a Community Center in the Bawana Relocation Community outside Delhi India. As discussed in the attached article this community was created when underprivileged families were moved out of central […]Read more »
Round the World with Us founders, Teresa Keller and Doug Tilden, recently anchored the development of a Children International Community Center in Bawana India as well as an English as a second Language Program (ESL) in 11 CI centers in West Bengal. Teresa and Doug have been inspired by Children International’s youth council and leadership […]Read more »
George, one of our service learning students, makes his debut as “Archaeology Man”!
Don’t miss this earlier trailer of one of next summer’s biggest blockbusters…
A personal connection – was my great, great, great (add 44 more greats!) responsible for this ancient charcoal pit?Read more »
The leadership and service learning training we’ve been doing separately over the past several months with the Belizean and American teens moves into the next stage…meeting in Belize and getting down to business with an actual project. Would they come up with a compelling project to do?Read more »
Why is a Maya stairblock like a present on Christmas morning? The Maya often filled them with precious and valuable offerings and sometimes burials. This makes anyone eager to open them!Read more »
Why is there a floor, charcoal pit, and stela 3 feet above the floor, which indicated hundreds of years after the site was supposedly abandoned? And why are the walls on different sides of the 1,200 year old plaza different when the Maya LOVED symmetry? Stay tuned as we uncover some answers.Read more »
When it comes right down to it, I think they are pretty much the same.Read more »