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Global Education Report Applauds Teacher Training Program

Today, UNESCO is releasing the new gender summary portion of the Education for All Global Monitoring Report at UN Headquarters in New York City. The report covers progress that countries have made towards the global education goals agreed upon in ... Read more

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Success Stories from Food for Education in Mozambique

It’s been about a year since the launch of Planet Aid's Food for Education project in Mozambique, a 3.5 year, USDA-sponsored health and education initiative benefiting over one million people. The project is part of the McGovern-Dole ... Read more

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New Year Opens New Doors

The New Year marks the launch of new learning and opportunities at Planet Aid. Along with our MIT training and other initiatives in the United States, we are proud to announce that more than 2,500 new student teachers will soon be enrolled at supp... Read more

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Meet Our Student Teachers

  “My dream has always been to be a teacher.  I always imagined myself in front of students giving a class and teaching about life. I hope that my career helps change the conditions in my country.  After all, I’m not ... Read more

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Typhoons and Everyday Disasters

Typhoon Haiyan has impacted approximately 12 million people and killed nearly 4,000. Experts are indicating that this storm is one of the most severe to make landfall in history. U.S. citizens, businesses, and various organizations have been dona... Read more

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A 100% Pass Rate in Malawi

Speaking at the 5th annual Malawi Adventist University graduation on September 1, Malawi President Joyce Banda said that her government is committed to investing in “human capital as a priority” because she believes it is the “su... Read more

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A Passion for Teaching in Malawi

As a young girl in 10th grade, Emily had wanted to become a nurse. Having visited a hospital to see a sick relative, she was impressed by the white uniforms and caps the nurses wore and the way they treated patients with care and kindness. Howeve... Read more

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Lighting Up Lives in Mozambique

Almost 70% of Mozambique’s population has no access to electricity, which is a major obstacle to development. Renewable energy through solar panels offers a viable solution. A new partnership between ADPP Mozambique (Planet Aid’s loca... Read more

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