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    Lubasi Home

    Livingstone, Zambia, Africa

    Lubasi Home provides residential care for orphans and vulnerable children who have no family to look after them. Most of them have been orphaned as a result of the AIDS pandemic, which affects about 30% of adults in Livingstone and the Home aims to care for them until they are able to sustain themselves or are taken into families.

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    Under $200

    Niños de Guatemala

    Antigua, Guatemala

    Niños de Guatemala (NDG) is a Dutch-Guatemalan nonprofit working to break the cycle of poverty in Guatemala by providing quality education to those who need it most. Since its founding in 2006, it has opened two primary schools, Nuestro Futuro and El Porvenir, which now serve almost 500 Guatemalan children from low-income families in the towns of Ciudad Vieja and San Lorenzo de Cubo. In 2015, the organization expanded with a middle school program as well. To ensure each child receives personalized academic support, international volunteers work in the schools as classroom assistants.

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    Oaxaca Learning Center

    Oaxaca City, Mexico

    The Oaxaca Learning Center is a nonprofit organization in Mexico offering free academic teaching/learning services to students fourteen years and older. We assist students from low-income or impoverished urban families and from indigenous rural villages throughout the state of Oaxaca who have migrated to the capital city to complete their studies.

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    PEACE Mexico

    Bay of Banderas, Mexico

    PEACE stands for Protection & Education: Animals, Culture, and Environment, and those are the causes for which this organization stands. PEACE Mexico works to increase educational and economic opportunities through community development programs that include programs helping animals, community beautification, educational initiatives in cooperation with local public schools, and a boutique dedicated to promoting fair trade practices.

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    Under $200

    Project Bona Fide

    Nicaragua, Central America

    Project Bona Fide is a non-profit organization and demonstrative permaculture farm working toward sustaining culture through organic agriculture, community correlated outreach, and re-forestation projects in Nicaragua. PBF utilizes permaculture design, agroforestry, research & education, and community collaboration to promote food security on Isla de Ometepe.

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    Above $400

    Terra Sylvestris

    Kalamos Island, Levkas, Greece

    Terra Sylvestris is a not for profit non-governmental organization registered and based in Greece and composed of a dedicated group of people driven by the desire to protect the environment through environmental conservation projects and scientific research targeted towards sustainable development.

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    Zawadisha

    Nairobi, Kenya

    Zawadisha helps women finance the tools and cultivate the skills they need to improve their quality of life and bolster their resiliency. Their model is to build a stronger world, one in which women are self-sufficient, successful, and stand on their own two feet. Zawadisha means “to give a gift” and the organization believes the greatest gift for women, their families, and their communities, is a hand up in fighting poverty.