Please check out this quick video about our scholar Alutho where she discusses the impact of These Numbers Have Faces on her life.

(Source: thesenumbers.org)

TNHF student Xolani, studying accounting at Cape Peninsula University of Technology.

TNHF student Xolani, studying accounting at Cape Peninsula University of Technology.

Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town, South Africa

Because of These Numbers Have Faces, 20 students from Cape Town are able to attend university. Without TNHF, these bright students would have little to no other means of receiving an education beyond high school. By receiving a higher education, these amazing students will be able to ignite change in their own communities, developing South Africa from the inside out.

Because of These Numbers Have Faces, 20 students from Cape Town are able to attend university. Without TNHF, these bright students would have little to no other means of receiving an education beyond high school. By receiving a higher education, these amazing students will be able to ignite change in their own communities, developing South Africa from the inside out.

TNHF scholar Alutho outside of her home in Manenberg, South Africa. She is studying law at the University of the Western Cape.

TNHF scholar Alutho outside of her home in Manenberg, South Africa. She is studying law at the University of the Western Cape.

Really amazing documentary about what it’s like to live in White City, a township outside of Johannesburg, South Africa.

peacecorps:

“These children attend one of the few government-run centers in Honduras catering to families with severe economic hardships, and children of working mothers. Just before Christmas 2010, they made these decorations to bring home and spread the holiday cheer!” - Peace Corps Youth Development Volunteer Lisa Lavezzo

peacecorps:

“These children attend one of the few government-run centers in Honduras catering to families with severe economic hardships, and children of working mothers. Just before Christmas 2010, they made these decorations to bring home and spread the holiday cheer!” - Peace Corps Youth Development Volunteer Lisa Lavezzo

(via goodneighborsusa)

“I know how life is for many in my community and I want to give to those  in need. With my education I hope to become a public servant or run for  office one day.” - TNHF Scholar Akhona Tshali

“I know how life is for many in my community and I want to give to those in need. With my education I hope to become a public servant or run for office one day.” - TNHF Scholar Akhona Tshali

leanelegance:

Waking up to this everyday. Experience is second to none. Priceless.

leanelegance:

Waking up to this everyday. Experience is second to none. Priceless.


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