The Kenya Gender-Based Violence Partnership is making progress in the implementation of a comprehensive approach to gender violence in the following communities in Kenya: Lodwar, Isiolo, Kitale, and Kiatine. With contributions from a growing donor base, SAI/Servant Forge, the Nazarene Compassionate Organization of Kenya, NCM- Africa, Africa Nazarene University, and Tough Angels have initiated prevention and intervention initiatives that are making a difference. Click Here to download now.
The Servant Forge Humanitarian Inaugural Ball will celebrate the inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th president of the United States. It is an affirmation that we are a country that understands the importance and power of a peaceful transition of government. After spending $6 billion to elect a president it is now time to focus our attention on the humanitarian and compassionate strength of our country and of our people. We invite you to help us...Read More
Driven by his concern for those suffering, Jim will be one of the 100,000 pilgrims who walk this path each year. James Copple (“Jim”), Co-founder of Servant Forge and Principal/Owner of Strategic Applications International, is walking the Camino de Santiago (also known as “The Way of Saint James,” “El Camino,” and “The Way”) in August 2012. This journey of about 750 km (500 miles) will take Jim nearly 30 days to complete.
For more information on his journey and to track his progress visit www.forgetheway.org.
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Stories of change within Africa often include a foreigner doing heroic and good work to address a given problem. New York Times journalist Nick Kristof explained in 2010 that such story models connect better with the audience. Read More
The Obama administration is announcing a major new initiative to boost investments in rural Africa in hopes of lifting millions out of poverty. Several African leaders are in Washington, D.C., for the announcement, which comes as President Obama hosts leaders of the Group of Eight in Maryland. Food security is a key agenda item. Read More
President Obama will announce a new initiative Friday morning designed to lift up to 50 million African people from poverty through private investments in agricultural projects on the nation's poorest continent. Read More
Six Howard Payne University students were honored recently for their acts of servant leadership on campus and in the local community. Awards were presented during HPU’s annual Servant Leadership Program in April. Read More