~ Students ~

It’s all about our Students. In other parts of the world, girls and young women need assistance in order to attend school. We support these students and their individual efforts to get an education to improve their lives, and the lives of their families and local communities.

Welcome, Thalia!

We are delighted to let you know that we have accepted a new student from Guatemala: Thalia Lopez Minera.

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Spring News

Hello everyone! We hope it’s starting to look like Spring where you are; it’s still snowing in Flagstaff! We have some news from our friends in faraway places; some happy, some less so, but all of it important.

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Meet Mercy!

Hello everyone, and happy almost February. We have some great news for you and we hope, as ever, that you will go to our students’ pages to read all the updates about them.

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Happy New Year – Lots of News

Happy New Year, everyone! We hope that 2023 is off to a great start for you. Flagstaff is having its best snowstorm in more than a decade and while we know that this also means California is flooding, we can’t help but be grateful. We are also grateful for some wonderful news from our students.

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Many Thanks for 2022 and All the Best for 2023

Happy holidays, everyone! We hope you had a lovely solstice/Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanza, or whatever it is you celebrate this time of year. For us at ONE, we celebrate the end of another successful year for our students in Nicaragua!

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Fall News from the Students

Hello everyone, and happy fall. It is finally growing colder now in our part of the world. In Nepal winter is coming; in Nicaragua, the rains are finally dissipating somewhat; in Haiti, any seasonal changes are outweighed by the violence and fear ruling that country. We think every day about all our students and hope for their safety and success.

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Happy Summer!

Hello everyone, it has been a very long time since our last update and, as you might imagine, a lot of very newsworthy things have happened with our students!

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