education

Zenaida’s Children Brag That Their Mother is a Businesswoman with Self-Help International

By Yolanda Fletes – Women’s Empowerment Program Officer 30-year-old Zenaida lives with her four young children in Laurel Galán, Nicaragua....

A Headmaster Sees the Change Brought by the Teen Girls Club

By Bridget Gyamfi – National Builder’s Corps (NABCO) Member Nkontomire is a small community located in the Atwima Nwabiagya Municipality...

Yugel is Relieved to Have Safe Drinking Water in Her Community

By Orlando Montiel Salas – Clean Water Program Officer Yugel is a 29-year-old single mother of three children. Her oldest...

Help us Grow $10 into $10,000 to Empower Teen Girls!

Hello readers of the Self-Help International blog!  My name is Ricki Grover and I am the Development and Communications intern...

No Distance Too Far: Alima’s 3 Mile Walk to Provide Nutrition for her Family

Nutrition plays a key role in the development of individuals, families, communities, and the nation of Ghana as a whole....

Milagro Starts Business with Women’s Empowerment Training

By: Yolanda Fletes Rosales, Official Business Women program   38-year-old Milagro lives in Quinta Lidia, Nicaragua and is a member...

Innovating Water Chlorination in Nicaragua

By Orlando Montiel Salas – Clean Water Program Officer It’s been seven years since the implementation of Self-Help International’s Clean Water...

The 2019-2020 Cohort of “Agripreneurs” is Off to a Solid Start

By Ebenezer Jones – Graduate Entrepreneurship Program Manager Graduate unemployment has become a major developmental challenge in Ghana, posing a...

Community Leaders are the Strongest Agents for Change

This report was written by Latin America Program Specialist, Katie Seifert, following her October 2019 trip to Nicaragua. The Self-Help...

The Right Push Can Make All the Difference

This article was written by a Teen Girls Club support staff member, Bridget Gyamfi, a National Builders Corps (NABCO) member of...

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