When my daughter lived in Hawaii, she worked with a non-profit that had a friendship and feeding ministry with homeless and low-income people. Their ministry included interacting with the people they served, which was described as talk story.
We first arrived in Morocco with two little boys, ages three and five, in tow. Imagine the scene — piles of suitcases, hungry children, sleep-deprived parents.
Greetings from the beautiful farmland of North Africa!
Did you know that thinking like a librarian has the power to transform lives?
Typhoons, earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, contagious disease outbreak, military conflict, and riots. No matter where you live, preparation is important to survive natural and human-caused disasters. Are you ready?
I recently asked a few of our new IDEAS Associates and volunteers what they would tell someone wanting to work overseas. Perhaps their answers will help you take that next, brave step!
Working at an international organization, I have realized that letting go is an every day experience for our staff and overseas professionals. Letting go of homes, communities, relationships and expectations are all a part of of our routine. But it is also a part of our daily lives, no matter where you live in the world.
Leaving your home to live in a new country can be an exciting adventure. Here are some practical tips to make your move smoother.
When I first moved overseas fifteen years ago, I was told over and over, “You are going into a new culture. Be a learner. You don’t know this culture. Be a learner.” Over and over…
Have you ever wanted to take that next courageous step to seeing more of the world? Are you a solo female traveler and are not sure how to travel safely? Here are a few tips that may help you on your next, brave journey!