In the interest of providing taxpayers with information about the value of their federal investment in this regard, it might be helpful to look at some of the top myths surrounding foreign aid, and how these myths compare with reality.
Every year on October 11, we celebrate International Day of the Girl Child, which the United Nations adopted to bring attention to the challenges girls all around the world face on a daily basis.
Each year we celebrate International Literacy Day on September 8, a worldwide holiday to reflect on the world's remaining literacy challenges.
Literacy expert Dr. Paula Green offers her reflections on effective components of successful program delivery.
To escape from the cycle of poverty, children in low-income countries need more opportunities to obtain an education. Planet Aid is helping.
Chrissie Chipewa is helping girls in Malawi avoid early marriage and stay in school. Watch the video that tells her story.
School lunch programs in developing nations represent a key investment in the future...
In a global effort to ensure a world free of discrimination against young women, International Day of the Girl Child is celebrated...
Planet Aid supports the education of children who are living on the margin in India through the Kadam Step-Up Centers. These schools...
Poverty impacts children the hardest. It creates an environment that is damaging to children’s development in every way. Read about a project that is helping to make a difference.