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Community Outreach

John Mike is volunteering at Nyumbani Village for six months, and shares his experiences there- from rescue visits for children in desperate need, to sharing a home with kittens, to seeing part of the village on fire.

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Egypt – a personal perspective

We hear so much about Egypt, King Tut, the pyramids – but what is it really like to live in Egypt? Amy McMahon offers this beautiful essay on her experiences in a country where the past is always present and diversity of life is everywhere. You’ll come away with a whole new way to look at Egypt.

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Were the Egyptians the only ones who build great pyramids? Did aliens help with the construction? How many years did Egyptians build pyramids (it’s not as many as you might think!) Uncover the answers and other fun facts in this guest post by Doug Tilden.

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School events that celebrate diversity and fun!

Rosemary Gorman Morley, Language and Intercultural Trainer and Director of the Language of Service, provides great ideas on how your school can host events that are fun, educational, and encourage an appreciation of diverse cultures.

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Tax Exempt Status

RTW achieves tax exempt status

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St. Petersburg – Breathtaking

My first visit to St. Petersburg

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Anna Davis reports from Peru on the community kitchen and day care

Anna Davis travels back to Tierra Prometida in Ica Peru to document the progress on the community kitchen.

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Anna Davis, RTWwithUs Trustee, travels to Peru to film our first project

Anna gives her first impressions of Peru and travels to the village where we are funding the materials for a community kitchen and day care.

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20 miles

We walk.

After an hour we start passing tourists on the same route as us, desperate to get back to Cusco this evening.

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Aguas Calientes, Peru

We walk for three hours to Aguas Calients. The streets are empty…not filled with the usual load of tourists to see Machu Picchu daily. Jose discovers Cusco is on strike. No cars, buses or trains are running out of the city to neighboring areas. The only way in and out of Aguas Calientes is by foot from Santa Teresa (the way we arrived) or by train.

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