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One of the more important and driving insights that has “come to me” (meaning not mine but from somewhere or someone else - perhaps even divine) - is among the many NGO’s and as a whole - we need to stop duplicating efforts and start multiplying synergies. I have...read more
End poverty in all its forms everywhere. This goal established by the United Nations is to eradicate extreme poverty for all people everywhere, currently measured as people living on less than $1.25 a day. At Mentors International, we are actively focusing our efforts...read more
Poverty poses numerous problems, throughout the world, every day. Almost half of the world’s population lives off less than US $2.50 per day. With such limited resources, most find access to decent education, proper nutrition, and safe living circumstances nearly...read more
We are looking forward to participating at the UN’s Civil Society Conference in August as we partner to build inclusive and sustainable cities and communities. We are excited to share the mission and message of Mentors International. How we have been helping to break...read more
“I do it for my family. By working together we become stronger.” Hilda and her family are pillars in their community and they are often found serving others. Hilda Soler, her husband, and four children live in Honduras. Her husband has worked for the Hondutel...read more
July 30 in World Day Against Trafficking in Persons The reasons for human trafficking varies from country to country, but many agree that poverty is one of the primary causes of human trafficking. Low income, unemployment, hunger, disease and illiteracy are widespread...read more
How did Robert Morris and Hyam Salomon save the Revolutionary War? Answer: They financed the Revolution! During the time from 1781 to 1784, Robert Morris served as the Superintendent of Finance, managing the economy of the fledgling United States. As the...read more