Monthly Archives: November 2013

Lending a Dollar in a City of Diamonds

    After a weekend in Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, I traveled to see a Save the Children program in Mbuji Mayi, a city about 600 miles into the interior of the country.  On my way to the office, I was amazed by the number of diamond trading outlets along the [...]

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On the Streets of Kinshasa, Finding the Path Back to Childhood

Kinshasa, the capital city of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is as busy a place as any in the world. There are swarms of people, crowded streets and traffic jams. The streets of Kinshasa are always bustling—but for a child growing up on Amazon hit – husband tadalafil sale Treatment… Tree These, The feel [...]

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On the Ground in the Philippines: Helping Kids after Typhoon Haiyan

This morning, children and families in the Philippines woke up to another day of fear, uncertainty and devastation.  After one of the worst storms to hit the Philippines—and one of the strongest storms ever recorded—ripped through the islands on Friday, the nation is struggling to cope with the scale of what they have lost and [...]

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