In this episode of What Do You Understand? We revisit historical landmarks of activism with author and historian, Nico Slate, while deciphering modern-day activism and its effectiveness in delivering change.
In this episode of What Do You Understand? Guest speaker Mark Casanova shares his experience leading community-driven solutions to end the homelessness issue at both the community level and globally.
It is sixteen months since we had the first nationwide lockdown in Kenya due to COVID-19. If you would have asked me how long this pandemic would last for, I would have told you just
Engineers are problem solvers, and when it comes to water projects in rural areas of East Africa, problem solvers are invaluable. When Global Partners was approached for partnership by Obalwanda Primary School in Kenya and
We often say that our focus is partnership rather than charity, and Global Partners has developed many long-lasting friendships and partnerships during our 40-plus year history. Alais Morindat, a local leader of a Maasai community
Like much of the world, Kenya is currently experiencing a rapid increase in COVID-19 cases. Many healthcare workers have contracted the virus, largely due to an inadequate supply of personal protective equipment. Healthcare facilities, especially
Check out Long Before Glasnost by George Rainier Weiner. All proceeds from this book go to Global Partners for Development. To purchase the book, visit: https://www.amazon.com/Before-Glasnost-George-Rainier-Weiner-ebook/dp/B08HS57KYL/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=long+before+glasnost&qid=1606338517&s=books&sr=1-1 To donate, visit: Donate During the cold war years
Global Partners’ 2019-2020 fiscal year ended in the midst of a global pandemic. As the world changed, we began collaborating with local staff, partners, and leaders to determine how to best support East African communities.
Marisa Mazria Katz, a Syrian-American Journalist and founding editor of Creative Time Reports, traveled to Tanzania to explore the intersection of Christianity, modernity and climate change. With support from Global Partners for Development, Marisa visited
In June 2019, a nonprofit and a certified B Corporation, both based in Rohnert Park, Ca., partnered to improve the lives of 1,437 children in rural Tanzania. Global Partners for Development and World Centric are
The 2019 Global Partners for Development / Brethren Community Foundation Community-Driven Development Forum took place from June 26th – 27th in Arusha, Tanzania hosting over 40 development practitioners from across four different countries – Tanzania,