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Update from our Mentors: Educators as Mothers

Update from our Mentors: Educators as Mothers

Your donations are doing more than changing lives; they are changing opinions about the importance of a girl’s education. 

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West Africa Day in Portsmouth 8.19

West Africa Day in Portsmouth 8.19

Join us in welcoming the Sultan of the Air and Niger Ambassador to the U.S. with a special reception.

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From New Castle to Niger with Leonard Seagren

From New Castle to Niger with Leonard Seagren

Join Leonard Seagren 6.21 on a journey that would bring him together with teens in Niger.

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