Paradise Found

Paradise Found

Kathryn Bright recently spent six months in Ecuador helping with the the South American launch of the Peace Education Program. In her travels, she re-visited the small town of Paragachi, where TPRF participated with funding to restore the city’s irrigation...
Fourth Anniversary of Food for People Nepal

Fourth Anniversary of Food for People Nepal

Bruce Keenan, founder of the Himalayan Children’s Charities (HCC) in Nepal, recently visited Food for People in the village of Tasarpu, Dhading District, located about 25 miles from Kathmandu. He shares his impressions of the visit in this concise blog. Bruce acts as...
Under the Baobab Tree–Oldest Man in Otinibi Tells How It All Began

Under the Baobab Tree–Oldest Man in Otinibi Tells How It All Began

Alex Wiredu has undertaken the fascinating task of learning about the history and daily lives of the people served by the Food for People program that opened in Otinibi, Ghana on May 15, 2012, almost one year ago. Alex’s co-worker, Francis, is a photographer who...

It’s Working–Well Mechanics Restore Water Systems And Earn A Living

In 2011, TPRF agreed to match funds for an ambitious initiative organized by The Adventure Project to raise funds during the week of World Water Day (March 22) to repair broken water wells in northern India.  137 bloggers participating around the world helped make the...
A Glorious Day in Ghana (Part I)

A Glorious Day in Ghana (Part I)

Linda Pascotto reports on Prem Rawat’s recent visit to Food for People, Otinibi. Some Background: “You’re going where for Thanksgiving?” “Ghana?” “You mean Africa?” “Can’t you leave after Thanksgiving?” “Can’t you go just a few days later?” The...