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Service in Cambodia

Service in Cambodia

There is a small road near the CICFO orphanage in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The students from the nearby Learning and Mentoring Center performed some of their hours of service by clearing the trash from the roadway. Many students came this day to help out. This road was...

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The Men That Saved the Revolutionary War

The Men That Saved the Revolutionary War

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...

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The secret ingredient in Amnia’s doughnuts is ……

The secret ingredient in Amnia’s doughnuts is ……

Amnia Issah makes the best doughnuts in her village located in the Northern Region of Tamale, Ghana. Before working with Mentors Ghana she was only able to afford two sacks of flour each day to make her doughnuts to sell. After the business training and MENTORING from...

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International Day of Families

International Day of Families

Today is the International Day of Families. We asked some of the individuals we serve with what “family” means to them. “Family, that's a strong word. For me, it means to feel secure, to have someone who you can count on, who shares your problems. But it also means to...

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How You Can Make a Difference This Summer

How You Can Make a Difference This Summer

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...

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Ghana Training and MENTORING Trip

Ghana Training and MENTORING Trip

During the first two weeks in March 2020, our CEO Chris Dunn visited our branches in Ghana. His first stop was in Northern Ghana with our Tamale team of MENTORS. The mothers in this area are finding great success with our MENTORING and business training programs....

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Lannete

Lannete

Lannete Pierre is a mother with four children. She sells peanuts, apples, curtails, and other sewn items. She used her first micro-loan to purchase peanuts to sell. Not many shops offer peanuts, and she was able to differentiate her store from the others in the market...

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New Leadership

New Leadership

I am pleased to share with you some changes made within the leadership of Mentors International. United as a Board, we have appointed Chris Dunn new CEO, and he has humbly accepted. (pictured above on the left) Having served as our Vice President of Operations he has...

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World Hunger Day

World Hunger Day

On #WorldHungerDay we recognize the millions of families that go hungry each day. As COVID-19 spreads in developing countries many do not have enough to eat. Our mission has always been to teach people how to fish, but when there’s no fish we provide relief! In true...

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Belky is a warrior!

Belky is a warrior!

Anna (Belky) Meme faces challenges straight on, even during uncertain times. She was pregnant with her third child when she was introduced to Mentors International and the services we provide in her community. Belky was excited to learn new business skills and...

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