Global education access on the rise

Two girls smiling with tablets

Education varies from country to country, so global education is an expansive topic. Students learn key vocational skills and expand their future opportunities by developing empathy, fostering confidence and nurturing their academics in a structured setting to improve their quality of life. Investment in education will yield significant returns for society. It is key that […]

Why inclusive disaster relief is essential in a time of crisis

Food for the Poor delivers food and supplies by boat

Resilience: the ability of individuals to bounce back from adversity stronger than before. We have seen this concept working overtime for a year and a half as the world builds a path to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and other global emergencies. In 2020 alone, a number of overwhelming disasters affected over 98 million people. […]

CLINTON FOUNDATION: My Drug Overdose Saved My Life. Now I’m Saving Others. Like so many others, my opioid addiction began with a legitimate prescription for pain medication. In 2012, I was in a serious car accident. At the time, I was 24 years old and in medical school at the University of Pittsburgh, living the life I’d always dreamed of: I had a full scholarship, had […]

CLINTON FOUNDATION: How one changemaker is supporting his community by recycling

Rwanda is one of the smallest and most densely populated countries in Africa, with approximately 80% of the population working in the agricultural sector. Most are smallholder farmers, raising traditional staple crops. But some – like Theoneste – are thinking outside the box, and finding ways to turn agricultural waste like discarded banana stems into […]