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  • Team HERO and NOVA Pioneer Podcasts & Transcriptions

    Team HERO Podcast can be found [url=https://soundcloud.com/givology/25a]here[/url]. Transcript: This [url=https://docs.google.com/document/d/10oizDGJi6kafMwFn8qZulNI9Ym2orfol48H-qEmKQSk/edit?usp=sharing]link[/url]. NOVA Pioneer Podcast can be found [url=https://soundcloud.com/givology/24-nova-pioneer-education]here[/url]. Visit their website [url=https://novapioneer.com/]here[/url]! Transcript: This [url=https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DEhz6PxhKKsneWSk8gBFWhLyXIuAXgE5TPZe5NlV6CY/edit?usp=sharing]link[/url].
  • Campaign Launch: Green Apple Giving

    [font=OpenSansRegular, arial, sans-serif] [/font] [b]Small acts can make a BIG impact. [/b] During the month of August, we are running an innovative campaign which embodies this principle-- Green Apple Giving. By simply using the green apple emoji on social media, you can support our vision of making quality education accessible for all children. Here's what the emoji looks like: [font=OpenSansRegular, arial, sans-serif] [/font] Every time you use this green apple emoji with #GreenAppleGiving, you are pledging to give 25¢ to students and grassroots projects around the world. Participants can continue using the emoji and hashtag as many times as they would like throughout August; at the end of the month, they will be sent a tally of their total use, and a summary of an optional donation amount. Donors can direct their pledge to any student or project listed on the Givology site, whether this be supporting construction on mobile shipping container classrooms in Benin or supporting...
  • Impact Series Podcast: Anh Tran of VietHope

    [url=http://www.viethope.org]Source[/url] [font=OpenSansRegular, arial, sans-serif] [/font] [color=#669900]“…Once you get a good job and once your financial situation has been stabilized, that’s when you can start really thinking about what else you can do other than just trying to survive.”[/color][color=#009900] [/color][url=https://ctt.ac/0aerk](Click to Tweet)[/url] Guest: Anh Tran Host: Yejide Obisesan [b][i]Subscribe and listen more of the [/i][/b][url=https://soundcloud.com/givology][b][i]Givology Impact Series here[/i][/b][/url] For more [color=#669900]Givology[/color] follow us on: Twitter [url=https://twitter.com/Givology]@Givology[/url] Instagram [url=https://www.instagram.com/givology/?hl=en]@givology[/url] Since 2002, [color=#669900]VietHope [/color]has been supporting the education of driven, talented, yet disadvantaged students in Vietnam. VietHope has raised over half a million dollars from supporters and invested in more than 3,000 promising students in Vietnam thro...
  • 10 EDUCATION FACTS FROM ALL AROUND THE WORLD

    [font=OpenSansRegular, arial, sans-serif]It's interesting how different the education systems are in different countries –the type of subjects, the length of holidays, the kind of culture...[/font] [font=OpenSansRegular, arial, sans-serif]But to us Givologists, what's more interesting is how these schools differ in their areas of improvements and what different countries need to develop successfully. You can learn all about it in this article, and can easily click on any link to help a school or a student in a particular country that you want to help out too. [/font] [font=OpenSansRegular, arial, sans-serif]Happy giving! [/font] [font=OpenSansRegular, arial, sans-serif] [/font] 1. 31% of girls in Tanzania get married before 18, often against the child’s will. Neema is one of them, who now left her husband she married in exchange of cows at her age of 13. Click [url=https://www.givology.org/~timanoi/]this link[/url] to help her start a new life. 2. In India, an estimated 1.2 ...
  • 10 Education Documentaries You Have to Watch!

    10 Documentaries to Watch About Education We all love watching movies! Why not watch some related to education? Grab some popcorn and curl up on the sofa, here are the top 10 documentaries to watch about education! 1. “Race to Nowhere” (2009) “Race to Nowhere” is an amazing documentary that details the stories of high schoolers across the United States dealing with the pressure of school, homework, extracurriculars, and essentially the college admissions process. The reason why this is a must-watch is because it really incorporates an added element of education. While we all know that education is incredibly important, sometimes the fact of the matter is that stress can overwhelm students at time. Thus, mental education to aid students deal with stress must be a staple in American schools (and schools everywhere for that matter)! 2. “Waiting for Superman” (2010) This documentary has won “Best Documentary” at the Sundance Film Festival, and rightfully so. Like “Race to Nowhere”, this...