The difference between involvement and commitment is like ham and eggs. The chicken is involved; the pig is committed.Martina Navratilova

Back to school in Sintang

Our Field Support Officer (FSO) Bridget Martin, recently shared a Good News story that is a cup of warm cocoa for the soul!

Having taught for three years in a low socioeconomic high school in Australia and assisted in the …

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Why we chop coconuts

Every now and then a product or service makes us question our intelligence as a species. Consider ballpoint pens designed especially for women (finally), a wearable towel (formerly known as a towel) or a well-intentioned campaign to send football …

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Interview with an FSO – Heather Beeston

We have seven Field Support Officers (FSOs) currently working on our programs across the Asia Pacific. It takes a remarkable person to decide to volunteer abroad. We have lawyers, educators, anthropologists, finance experts, app developers …

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