How you can help. At One World Center we have created a program where you can live, learn and serve The Poor to help end poverty for over half of humanity. We believe that poverty is the biggest social problem of our time and by joining together we can make the world a better place for all.
At one of our three locations you can sign up for our work-study programs where you can serve The Poor by learning to become a development instructor and work alongside The Poor in developing nations.
We send teams of ten out into the world four times a year. Join us today to help end poverty and begin your humanitarian career.
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By Zury Blandon
At dawn, when the sun starts to rise, the day begins with the first drips of water that announce the arrival and partial presence of water. With buckets, tanks, gallons and bottles, children, women, young and old men, walke to gather and storage the precious clear fluid that will give hope and life to another day.
By Miguel Angel Rosado
AWater is vital. Where there is no water there is drought; where there is no water there is no fertility, no cycles, no dynamism; erosion. Where there is no water there is no life.
Water was brought from outside our planet traveling by comets and meteorites, and atom by atom started to fill up the Earth. Two thirds of our home were covered by water and working together with a series and chains of chemical phenomenon, life started. Bacteria, the first being that inhabited Earth, evolved slowly and far away from its first shape, some of us became humans. In other words, we come from water and evolution.
By Aldeana Foster
Hello my name is Aldeana. I am a DI in the OWC, Michigan and I am now in my journal period. I came back last week from Malawi, was there for 6 months. I want to talk about the flooding in Malawi and show the connection between climate change and how I saw the things happening.