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17th Anniversary Reflections – A Celebration of Helping Humanity From its humble beginnings with an office on the second floor of a small building in Michigan, to being recognized as one of the top NGOs by Charity Navigator, Helping Hand for Relief and Development (HHRD) has aided, assisted, supported, and empowered the distressed for 17 years since October 8th, 2005. This journey has brought with it changes and growth that has enabled HHRD to impact over 200 million lives. What bette...
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Literacy: Enriched and TransformedLife as we knew it was completely changed by the pandemic—our routines, the way we work…the way we learn. We thought we were using technology to its fullest, until COVID pushed us to test the limits, and we quickly learned that as long as we have the internet, not only can work and education go on as usual, it can be done more efficiently—even if the world shuts down.As schools and companies saw what was possible with online education, a shift...
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#TheHumanRace, #RealLifeHeroes, #WomenHumanitarians — What does it mean to be a humanitarian? Someone who changes the world? Someone who gives up his or her own comforts for others? Not necessarily. When we take advantage of opportunities that affect people’s lives for the better, we are each humanitarian in our own capacity. Imagine the impact we could have if we all came together and worked towards a common goal…we will have the chance to do just that on August 19.Designated...
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The Syrian Civil War began in March 2011 with nonviolent protests. There has been no hint of peace in the 11 years since then. There was a call for government reform and instead, the population received a military crackdown. Regardless of the motivations, the circumstances of war, and the consequences, remain the same. Violence. Displacement. Death. Over 600,000 Syrians have been killed, at least 25,000 of whom were children. Tactics to diminish the population have included airstrikes and bombin...
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