sustainability

How You're Feeding Children in Africa Today, Tomorrow, and Forever

 
When Ndaona was a child, he was starving. He snuck out of his classes to find food, and he struggled to survive. 
 

My Favorite Photo after 5 Years in Africa

 

This will probably go down as my all-time favorite picture of Uganda so far. Let me tell you why.

4 Reasons Why a Mosquito Net is a Surprisingly Perfect Mother's Day Gift

A mosquito net may seem like a small, simple thing. But for children in need, it is a life-saving gift. And it's a gift that represents the qualities of a great mother:

From Poverty to Independence: Yohane's Story

Yohane makes benches out of . . . oil drums! And it’s thanks to you and COTN’s Business Connections program.

 

Uganda Is All Abuzz with Beekeeping

 
When Emmanuel started beekeeping, it was a personal hobby. He had no idea it was the first step on his career path. 
 

You Brought Clean Water to the Dominican Republic!

By the end of this month, COTN–Dominican Republic will be completely water secure!

What is Sustainability?

Sustainability is a buzz word these days, but what does it really mean? Meet our new Director of Sustainable Practices, Cheryl Cuthbertson. Children of the Nations (COTN) is blessed to have her experience and passion leading us in this area. Cheryl just returned from Malawi and Uganda and is full of ideas. She sat down with me and answered some questions we all have about sustainable development.

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