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Something Extra podcast with Lisa Nichols

https://soundcloud.com/something-extra/002-atultandon-v2

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A Message from Colombia

by Elsa Martinez

Elsa Martinez is an Opportunity client in Cartagena, Colombia. Recently, she shared her incredible story with us in her own words. We were moved and inspired, and wanted to pass along her powerful words…

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Celebrating All Women on Mother's Day

by Diane Ferguson

While Opportunity International exists to empower people—especially women—to improve their lives, we did not pioneer the concept. Since the beginning of time, mothers and grandmothers have been naturally…

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Read With Us: May Book Club

by Opportunity International

We’ve been eagerly waiting for this month’s book to release, and now it’s finally here! Join us this month as we read Melinda Gates’ new book, The Moment of Lift.  This will be one of the most…

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Examining Obstacles to Small Business Growth in Rural…

Despite monumental progress in reducing poverty levels in China over the past few decades, economic inequality—largely linked to access to employment and credit remains a serious concern. With support…

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Point of View Interview with Kerby Anderson

Host Kerby Anderson discusses Opportunity International's mission with Opportunity CEO Atul Tandon.

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Powering Students' Futures with Clean Water and Sanitation

by Atul Tandon

A look into how Opportunity is helping schools access clean water and sanitation to give students, especially girls, a chance at a healthier future.

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A Song in the Middle of Suffering

by Allison Kooser

In an open, breezy room in a hospital in Lilongwe, Malawi, women are singing. They are all gathered together—patients in various stages of recovery. Some are still waiting for the surgery that will…

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Remembering Rwanda

by Kimberly Inskeep, cabi’s President, Co-Founder, and Chief Culture Officer

"When you forgive, you in no way change the past—but you sure do change the future." —Bernard Meltzer The joy I felt from the people I met in Rwanda didn’t reconcile on the surface; after all, this…

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