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April 27, 2018
Antonio is clear about his future: he’ll take the SATs, apply for college scholarships to study software engineering, and spend his off-hours developing apps with his friends. Antonio also has clarity about the fact that he is homeless and has little to no support from his family. Yet his most immediate issue is the one thing that isn’t clear: his vision.
March 26, 2018

“A little support goes a long way,” says Lilawati Thalal, who lives in the rural and hilly district of Dadeldhura in western Nepal.  

The first time Fatie Sore sowed the seeds of a plant called African nightshade, her curiosity about the vegetable was tinged with apprehension.  She had never grown it before — in fact, she had never even heard of it before HKI provided her with its seeds.

March 13, 2018

GiveWell, a nonprofit dedicated to finding outstanding giving opportunities and publishing the full details of its analysis to help donors decide  where to give, has named Helen Keller International's vi

January 29, 2018

Laughter echoes through the grove of cashew trees as the group watches a respected local elder enthusiastically pretending to pound cassava roots as though he were a little girl.

January 29, 2018

The village of Ahsygyi is situated in the Ayeyarwady region of southwest Myanmar. More people live in poverty in Ayeyarwady than in any other part of the country.

December 12, 2017

Domingo’s dream has been to help more vulnerable families gain access to basic health services. Partnering with HKI is making this dream a reality. Here he shares what he enjoys most about his work.

December 6, 2017

GiveWell, a nonprofit dedicated to finding outstanding giving opportunities and publishing the full details of its analysis to help donors decide  where to give, has named Helen Keller International's vi

November 8, 2017

Mr. Amadou Tanimoune is a 45-year-old farmer living in Badifa, Niger, a village of 1,550 people located east of the capital of Niamey. Badifa’s population is primarily from the Arawa Hausa ethnic group, and most make their living by farming and raising livestock. 

November 8, 2017

When the bell rings long and loud at Gandaria Selatan 01 Elementary School, it’s a signal that the flag-raising ceremony is about to begin. Thirteen-year-old Nasya Ramadhany, dressed in her red and white uniform, eagerly joins her fellow students in gathering outside for the daily ritual.

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