Grit got Angel into school. Tahanan gave her a home — and hope.
Social entrepreneur inspires the young to “dream bigger”.
A Filipino and Singaporean giving abandoned and orphaned kids a better life.
Freedom Cups provides women with an eco-friendly, sustainable and hygienic option to manage their periods.
A refugee’s problems can’t be solved overnight. But here are some groups helping them get back on their feet, for a start.
Dr Suwas is helping tribal kids in India cycle their way to a brighter future.
New Life Stories is giving imprisoned mothers a chance to connect with their children — through storytelling.
A foundation in India is empowering children by teaching them what’s an “unsafe” touch.
A school in the Philippines is trying to get youth out of the slums by teaching them skills to preserve their heritage.
Recycled cooking oil powers eco-friendly buses in Bali.
Tito Tony shares how he does this, with the goal of eradicating poverty for five million families by 2024.
While their coastline undergoes land development, Sumbanese youth get an opportunity to train for growing tourism.
This school gives them free access to education, food and shelter.
On your next trip to Phnom Penh, let Daughters of Cambodia make you feel at home.
This beautiful eco-school in the Himalayas inspires a different way of learning through sustainable living.
He was taught entrepreneurial skills and is now reaching out to other refugees
Laughter is another side of courage. It lightens your spirit when things don’t go your way.
Once a glue-sniffing petty criminal, Jorge is now a criminology scholar who wants to be police chief.
Give her a chance like Helen Keller and she can grow up to be a parent, teacher and advocate.
Watch these students destroy the millennial stereotype.