Tag Archives: Education

Afro-Cuban Event

America is known as a melting pot for the reason it is the home for an eclectic group of people from all over the world with different religions, cultures, races, ethnicities, and overall beliefs. I cannot stress enough how significant it is for not only Americans, but the entire population to experience and educate their […]

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UNWANTED CHILDREN: THE CHALLENGES WOMEN FACE DUE TO ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY IN THE ECUADORIAN AMAZON

Women are not receiving proper reproductive health services and education in the Amazon, resulting in high unintended pregnancy and mortality rates. Adolescent pregnancy is a growing issue in the Amazon River Basin and how the health and reproductive services in the area are not strong enough to provide for every woman in need. Especially for […]

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Education of the Divided: How Education Looks Across the Regions of Peru

The region of Peru is a divided country. Broken up into three regions, these areas face contrasting challenges. Many indigenous communities reside in the mountain region, which creates a tremendous barrier due to the obstruction by the Andes Mountains. Native people living in the rural mountains of Peru endure frequent obstacles when it comes to […]

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Education in Tibet: The Journey of Jinpa

  “The door groaned softly as Jinpa plowed an arced pathway through the sea of snow that had gathered sometime during the night. Stepping out onto the porch, he surveyed his  favorite landscape in the world. Every day brought anew the raw beauty of  Qinghai Lake. The freezing winds of winter months had left a […]

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