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The True Changemakers

SCH CHANGEMAKERS SUPPORT COVID NEEDS AT HOME AND WOMEN IN NEED IN CAMBODIA MAY 14, 2020 –  Authors – Mia Costonis and Alysa Akins, SCH, PA During the holidays, Springside Chestnut Hill Academy students Mia Costonis ’21 and Alysa Akins ’20 ran a thriving pop-up shop selling beautiful hand-woven scarves imported from Cambodia at Serendipity on Germantown

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Social Entrepreneurship: Personal Empowerment Towards Eradicating Poverty

According to a study by the World Bank, the growing body of evidence proves the linkages between empowerment and effectiveness of the development on the society and personal grassroots level. Personal empowerment by its very definition requires increasing our actual influence within our social sphere, whether we do so within our relationships our larger social

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Part 1: How to live a happy and abundant life—Sonas World’s amazing Co-Founder (our newest partner) speaks to Une Écharpe – Une Vie

  Happiness, albeit “true” happiness , not the feigned kind we muster when out and about and in front of people, seems an elusive thing.  Some say, it’s almost like a unicorn, in that it is so rare, or non-existent.   This feature is about an amazing gentleman, who not only searched for his “unicorn”

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Weavers Project

The first weaving project which was established in June 2013 in Takeo, Cambodia with the support from 30 friends and it reached sustainability by Dec 2013, well ahead of the initial forecasted period. The weaving village now produces over 500 cotton scarves each month, most of which are sold to international tourists who visit the

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