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Below is the latest information and news from One New Education…

Our New Website!

Hello everyone, you haven’t heard from us lately because our website has been under redesign. Our old website worked pretty well, but it was 10 years old, and being such a graphics-heavy site meant that it sometimes didn’t work very quickly.

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Our Hearts Are All Mushy

Happy February, everyone! The days do go by, don’t they? Our girls in Nicaragua start school this month, and for three of them, it will be their last year of secondary school, so there is a little excitement in the air. But we’d like to tell you about something that has just made our hearts all mushy with happiness.

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Our Students in Tanzania

Hello everyone, so much is happening so quickly right now that you are receiving blog posts almost weekly from us! This will slow down soon, but this news was too exciting to wait!

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year from all of us at ONE. In March, we will be 10 years old, and we are very excited! In keeping with such a momentous anniversary, 2021 has already been a wonderful year and it’s only a few days old.

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Farewell, 2020—and Happy 2021!

What a strange and challenging year this has been, for everyone around the world. We know a lot of people are glad to see this one disappear in the rear view mirror, but there have been some positive things that have come out of the year for One New Education and our girls.

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News From Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua

Hello, everyone. We’ve been in contact with our girls in Central America, to see how everyone has fared during Hurricanes Eta and Iota. Thankfully, everyone is safe and sound, and only having to deal with the occasional washed out road, or water in the house.

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