Empowering Young Women Like Hamazia

Young and unaccompanied refugee girls are among the most vulnerable yet invisible populations in the world. In our 91st project, we are coming alongside Heshima Kenya to nurture, educate, and empower these young women who would otherwise be marginalized. Join us as we work to enhance the resilience and life skills of 30 young women in Nairobi, Kenya! Read more »

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We can improve child health in Guatemala

Guatemala is one of the poorest nations in Latin America, and the health and wellbeing of its children, particularly in rural areas, are often hit the hardest. For our 90th project, we are partnering with Mil Milagros to fill a gap in health and hygiene services for an indigenous Maya community where there is less than one physician per 1,000 people. Through further implementation of the Healthy Schools program, better hygiene practices can be imparted to 750 Read more »

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End 2015 Strong!

We hope you are having a wonderful holiday season. At ODW, we are incredibly humbled by your support this past year, and we want to invite you to come alongside us to help finish the year out strong

Your generosity has allowed us to engage in 89 projects in 34 countries in the last 6 years, and as of today, together we have granted out $2.3 million! Read more »

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Life as a Syrian Refugee: A Story to Remember

4-year old Fatmeh loves the beans, potatoes, and hummus she and her family eat as they sit together and chat about their day. 

Fatmeh, her mother, Zakiya, her father, Mohammad, and 7 siblings, live in a tent they call home at a refugee camp in Lebanon. Their family came to this camp after fleeing the fighting in Syria. Read more »

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