The Power of Philanthropy

By Hayley DeLuca  Philanthropy means improving humankind. It means tackling social problems and attempting to prevent them. Unlike charity, philanthropy sets to eliminate social problems, not to eliminate general suffering. In a world filled with natural disasters, war, crime, poverty, essentially an endless list of devastations, philanthropy is essential. It means acting for a better

The Benefits of a Family Environment

We surround ourselves everyday with people we hold relationships with. These relations could be academic, professional, friendly, romantic, or anything in between. But our first relationships are most often created within our family, and these relations are arguably some of the most important. While there are many different types of families, this article will be

Who Is An Orphan?

Written by Hayley DeLuca Who is an orphan? An orphan is defined by UNICEF as any child under the age of 18 who has lost one or both parents to death. In 2015, there was an estimated 140 million orphans globally. Today, that number has reached an estimated 153 million. From these statistics, there is

Post Ebola Orphan-Care in Liberia

Written by Tamanna Syed Post Ebola Orphan-Care: Liberia and Western Africa There is a strong need for orphan-care in Liberia where children have been living without parents after the ebola crisis took their lives. Liberia (along with Sierra Leone, and Guinea) are among the three most affected regions of the ebola crisis. In those three

ONETrack International

Welcome to the website of OneTrack International! *** Why We Do It There are currently an estimated 150 million children worldwide who have been orphaned by a variety of tragic circumstances. Sadder still is that most of these children have been harmed by a second injustice and many are unnecessarily suffering in overcrowded and under-resourced

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