Category Archive: Blog

Apr 29

Bridging the gap

Children

Few weeks back, I read an article posted on www.npr.org, titled “A Booming Economy Doesn’t Save Children From Malnutrition”. Its author referenced a study arguing that there is no correlation between economic expansion and a reduction in malnutrition. It quotes the study’s senior author, S.V. Subramanian a social epidemiologist at Harvard University, who states: “countries …

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Mar 21

Please Welcome Our Newest Member, CCO Anne Akoa

Dear friends, Please help me extend a warm welcome to our newest Seeds of Change team member, Anne Akoa.  As CCO, Anne will lead our communications team, spreading our message of education, empowerment and economic development. Anne is a keen economist and gifted writer. Her fresh, lively style and insightful renderings will surely capture your …

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May 19

Be the Change…

In the weeks to come, Seeds of Change will be gearing up for our next big fundraiser. Be on the lookout for upcoming crowdsourcing news from our SoC team! As ever, your contributions are deeply appreciated — whether you choose to donate two hours of your time, $25 in funding support, or to affect change for …

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May 19

Who’s Ready to StartSomeGood?

Great news, friends! Our new Seeds of Change fundraising campaign has been approved! Many thanks to the StartSomeGood crowdfunding team for supporting our venture! Be on the lookout for upcoming fundraising news — coming soon!! As ever, we look to you for support as we continue efforts on behalf of street children and women in …

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Sep 09

One Billion…

Whether we are talking about dollars, grains of sand or stars in the night sky, it’s a number so sizable that our minds cannot fully grasp its scope and enormity.  But now, I will ask you to expand your perception of the term one billion because at present there are over one billion people subsisting …

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Aug 11

Seeds of Change Founder Named Pearson National Fellow

Seeds of Change founder and president, Rachel Hathaway, has been named a Pearson National Fellow.  We are honored that the Pearson Committee has recognized our commitment to community service.  Through their generous award we will continue to spread our message of Social Change through Education, Empowerment and Economic Development.  For details about the our Pearson …

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Aug 04

The Maer Achol Shelter Welcomes Feroz

I am happy to announce the newest Maer Achol addition — Feroz! I first met young Feroz in 2009. He is, in fact, one of the six children that inspired the creation of Seeds of Change. His enrollment at the shelter takes him off the streets and offers him a world of new opportunities he’d …

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Jul 18

Seeds of Change is making headlines…

Many thanks to Judy Harrison for her thoughtful, well written article about Seeds of Change and our Founder/President, Rachel Hathaway.  Opportunities for our women and children are created when individuals like Judy take the time and effort to spread the word about social change. To read more, please visit www.bangordailynews.com/2011/06/19/business/umaine-business-student-consulting-for-good-in-bangladesh/ Here to Social change through Education, Empowerment and Economic Development. …

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Jun 27

Exciting updates…

Hello Friends, I’m pleased to announce the latest update to the Seeds of Change website… We now offer a donation button for those of you wishing to support our mission of social change through education, empowerment and economic development.  This important feature allows us to begin the next phase of our fundraising efforts on behalf of …

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Jun 17

And now the city sleeps…

06/13/2011      1 am  And now the city sleeps. The silent lull is a stark contrast to the events of the day. There is little movement, little sound. Only the constant hum of a generator and the lonely sound of the wind can be heard as I peer out of my sixth story window. The streets …

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