From the intersection of Global Brigades’ development work and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals came The Empowered 100 initiative as a commitment to empower 100 rural Central American communities to permanently rise out of global poverty.
Global Brigades’ Summer Leadership Institute is an experience built specifically for aspiring leaders. If you’re passionate about making an impact and want to learn more about international development, this is the opportunity.
You can’t deny the friendships that form when you spend countless hours digging trenches, mixing concrete, taking vitals, sharing meals, or sitting through long rides in the rural countryside with passionate people.
The following blog article was written by guest blogger Claire Seigworth. Claire graduated with a B.A. in International Relations and a minor in Spanish Literature from Marquette University. She has traveled to many Latin American countries, studied in Santiago, Chile and worked in Panama for Global Brigades. Banking for the poor. This idea changed the life […]
Tabitha Baca, president of Miami Dade College’s Global Medical Brigade chapter, recently helped organize an extremely successful fundraiser raising over $4,600 for a sick child in Ghana. Tabitha explained to us the inspiring story of how she first met Prince Inkoom, a 6-year-old boy in Ghana who has extra-pulmonary tuberculosis, and why she felt the […]
A huge shout out to volunteer Tabitha Baca, president of Miami Dade College’s Global Medical Brigades chapter for helping to organize a special fundraiser which raised more than $4,600 to support Prince Inkoom, a 6-year-old boy in Ghana who has extra-pulmonary tuberculosis. The event, organized by Gables Gals Give Global, featured auctions, raffles, and lots […]
The following blog post was written by guest blogger Claire Seigworth. “Sustainable development” increasingly is discussed and becoming part of our daily lexicon. It is also part of Global Brigades mission, so as many of you embark on your brigade you should take some time to reflect on these two questions: where did this idea […]
Emerging Opportunities for Sustainability (EOS) International is a non-profit organization that was started by a group of engineers from Iowa State University in 2008 to promote appropriate technology in the developing world. EOS co-founder Wesley Meier, a previous Peace Corps volunteer in Nicaragua, has been working to help research ways that technologies can be used […]