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Onwards and Upwards

Global Partners had another successful and productive year in 2019, and we look forward to continuing to increase our impact in 2020! As you might already know, we’ve spent the last couple of years analyzing

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Introducing the 2020 BCF Fellows!

Global Partners believes that local people have the right to drive change in their schools and communities, and we are privileged to be able to share our methodology with students at Whittier College. Now in

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Luora Schools Shine with Solar!

We are excited to announce Global Partners’ first fully solar borehole project is complete! Today, all of the children at Luora primary and secondary schools and their families have access to a reliable source of

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Can You Help Us Make a Difference?

After the success of our 40th Anniversary event, this year we’ve decided to focus on putting your donations to work on the ground! In lieu of spending time and resources on planning an event, we’re asking you to

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We’re growing!

As Global Partners for Development expands our Community-Driven Education program into Kenya, we’re thrilled to welcome Dora Achieng’ Okeyo to our team! Dora joins Global Partners as a Community Facilitator and will be based in

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A Travelers Perspective

“My visit to Kenya and Tanzania was a fascinating and humbling experience”. In June of 2018, Ian Wyatt and several others traveled with Global Partners for Development to Kenya and Tanzania. The group visited water

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Meet the 2019 BCF Fellows!

Global Partners is thrilled to announce our 2019 fellows – Harrison Fuller and Piper Lowinger! Originating from a partnership between the Brethren Community Foundation, Global Partners, and Whittier College, the fellowship program is a one-of-a

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2018 Brethren Scholars Program

Whittier College announces a new partnership with The Brethren Community Foundation and Global Partners for Development to create opportunities for students to learn first-hand about community-driven development programs that support East African communities. Overview The Brethren

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