Tag: photography

Taj Mahal
Nov 22 2013

India: Securing the next generation’s future

India

Join us as we celebrate Geography Awareness Week with National Geographic and friends. This year’s theme “focuses on how geography enables us all to be intrepid explorers in our own way.”

Today we take a closer look at India, one of the countries in Asia where we work.


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Regina Mburu
Sep 18 2013

Old and young in CFCA give reason to hope

Lake Victoria, Kenya

The sun sets over Lake Victoria in Kenya.

By Regina Mburu, CFCA communications liaison for Africa

I settled down in my seat on the bus and buckled my seatbelt, ready for the eight-hour drive to Kisumu City, home to one of our CFCA projects in Kenya.

As the bus made its way through the sometimes rough roads dotted with potholes, I thought about the one-and-a-half weeks I would spend interacting with CFCA families.


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Games children play
Aug 6 2013

Games children play in Guatemala

Summer is a great time to go outside and just have fun!

Children around the world have shared some of their favorite games with us, and today we bring you games from Guatemala!

Learn how to play an old street soccer game, marbles and jump rope — Guatemala style!

Get the rules and go play!

Indian egg curry
Aug 5 2013

How to make egg curry from India (recipe)

Egg curry from India

Egg curry from India … mmm!

Want to experience a taste of India? Try this egg curry recipe from Jecintha and Prakash, two mothers of CFCA sponsored children. The two sisters took out a loan through their mothers group to open their own food stand where they sell this delicious dish!

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Taj Mahal
Jul 29 2013

Family feels special connection to Taj Mahal

Standing outside a small gift shop run by CFCA mothers, with her hands folded and a slight smile brightening her soulful brown eyes, Rekha is the picture of grace as she talks about her life in Agra, India’s world-famous city that is home to the Taj Mahal.

Rekha is bringing up her two children on her own; her husband doesn’t live with the family. Her 14-year-old son, Dushyant, is sponsored through CFCA.


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Sponsored family from Kibera slum
Jul 16 2013

Life in Kenya’s Kibera slum harsh

By Regina Mburu, CFCA communications liaison for Africa

Walking along narrow paths, jumping over open sewers and bearing the stench from piles of garbage all over the footpaths opens my eyes to a reality that most of us do not see.

The harsh reality of living in a slum.


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Members of the Maasai tribe in Kenya
Jun 27 2013

Preserving the culture: CFCA’s work with indigenous communities, part 3

Do you know your roots?

The spring/summer issue of CFCA’s magazine, “Sacred Ground,” features our work with indigenous communities all over the world.

Read more interesting facts about these communities and how their cultures contribute to their self-identity.

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Chicken curry
Jun 17 2013

How to make chicken curry (recipe)

Chicken curry from India … mmm!

Chicken curry from India … mmm!

Want to experience a taste of India? Try this chicken curry recipe from Prakash and Jecintha, two mothers of CFCA sponsored children. The two sisters took out a loan through their mothers group to open their own food stand where they sell this delicious dish!

Get the recipe

Santal tribe, India
Jun 13 2013

Preserving the culture: CFCA’s work with indigenous communities, part 1


Do you know your roots?

The spring/summer issue of CFCA’s magazine, “Sacred Ground,” features our work with indigenous communities all over the world.

Read more interesting facts about these communities and how their cultures contribute to their self-identity.


Read more

Unbound Awareness Trips
Jun 11 2013

Katie’s story: ‘The glorious melody of Estela’s laugh’

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Katie Lockee, a sophomore at Rockhurst University and a member of the Kappa Eta chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha, recently returned from a service visit to Guatemala. While she was there she had the opportunity to meet Estela, the girl her sorority sponsors through CFCA. Find out how a 6-year-old brunette with chocolate brown eyes melted her heart and changed her life.


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