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Nearly a year after the massive earthquake in Haiti, challenges for the reconstruction effort continue. James Stairs checks in with the Canadian Red Cross in Jacmel.
A Honduran fishing village plants a future for mangroves with the help of Canadian non-profit.
Volunteers, doctors, midwives and traditional Bolivian practitioners work together to save lives in rural Bolivia.
Canadian volunteers bring solar-powered study lamps to their fellow students deep in the jungles of Costa Rica.
On January 12, 2010, a powerful earthquake left Haiti in ruins. Around the world, relief teams sprang into action. 
Have you ever wondered what a hero looks like? Verge is proud to introduce our 2009 Global Heroes: 14 men and women who are doing their part to make a difference in the developing world.
When Joseph Otari declared the forest he owned just outside of Wellington protected land, he was defying the times. 
Julia Steinecke finds it easy to meet NGOs and community organizations, like Big Brother Mouse.
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