How clean water is saving lives in Africa

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It isn’t easy to think about having to walk miles to fetch water, yet millions worldwide do it every day. Bringing clean water and sustainable solutions to suffering communities like those in Africa is part of the Advancing Life Foundation’s initiative to have an impact and make a difference. Our newest partnership with Engage Now […]

Reading program and computer lab to help Guatemalan students thrive

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In a region that suffers from one of the most extreme combinations of systemic poverty, illiteracy, and inequality, Indigenous Mayans will now have greater access to education and literature. Thanks to a recent partnership between Cooperative Education (CoEd) and the ASEA Advancing Life Foundation, families in the Guatemalan Western Highlands are getting some help. Poverty, […]

Hoop houses to increase access to food and employment

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The pandemic has exacerbated many long-standing problems faced by the Navajo Nation. Specifically, access to nutritious food, employment opportunities, and technological advancements have been limited. Women lead the charge As primary caregivers, Navajo women continue to bear a disproportionate share of family responsibilities: caring for the children, the household, the garden, and small animals. Of […]

Volunteers Celebrate First Annual Service Impact Week In Tennessee and Utah

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Meal kits for food-insecure areas In collaboration with the US Hunger project, ASEA associates and field leaders attending the 2021 North America Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, assembled 40,000 meal kits in honor of Verdis Norton’s birthday and the annual ASEA Impact Week of service.  The ASEA Advancing Life Foundation worked with the Feeding America Foundation […]

DigDeep Partnership Seeks to Solve Water and Employment Challenges for Navajo Natives

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The ASEA Advancing Life Foundation is excited to announce its latest partnership, a collaboration with DigDeep. A human rights project, DigDeep focuses on helping indigenous people of the Navajo Nation access clean water.  Roughly one-third of the Navajo Nation lacks clean water or basic plumbing at home. In these areas, 36% of the adult population […]