Hurricane Maria showed no mercy to a center serving those experiencing homelessness and addiction.
Risi Rickilimi is a biblically-based business providing jobs and recycling services in a country with no public recycling facilities.
Today’s post is written by Sarah, a CAMA worker in Southeast Asia. CAMACrafts is a handicraft company in Laos, Southeast Asia encouraging women to use their traditional cultural skills to continue their livelihood and care for their families. The goal is to lead Lao and Hmong villagers toward self-sufficiency through a viable business as an aid […]
Today’s post is written by Matthew Albright, an Envision intern with CAMA working at the Jɛgɛ Ɲuman fish farm. The project provides locals with tools to increase agricultural yields through innovative, sustainable farming methods. Matthew set out in May 2015 and is about to finish his one-year internship. My time here has been anything but expected. I came into […]
Today’s post is written by Matthew Albright, an Envision volunteer with CAMA Africa. I bought a piece of mud pottery the other day, and I’m still not sure what its designed purpose is. I’ve asked some people around here, but they don’t know. It looks nice. It can hold water, but not very much. It […]