Slumdog - Better Choices Through Education

It is interesting to know that the children from Slumdog Millionaire have had  similar real life circumstances as the roles they played. Many people say the movie is uplifting. That in spite of all the trials and tribulations Jamal undergoes, the movie ends happily for him. But it is a movie… and the end is sugar […]

Slumdog Millionaire Kids from an Asha for Eduction Project

Have you seen Slumdog Millionaire?  Two of the children (Salim and Latika) are students in the Asha for Education funded project called Aseema.   They have acted really well and are enjoying all the attention they are getting!Aseema video to one of the projects we’re helping with: more information, visit the project webpage or the Aseema Site Visit Report, March 2007.

How Micro-loans Make a Difference

This video follows the path of a $25 loan from London, England to Preak Tamao village, Cambodia. is a website that allows internet users like you or I to lend money to people that need it in developing countries, with the aim of empowering them to lift themselves out of poverty. A […]

Blog Action Day - The Power of Contributing Each Month

[This post is a part of Blog Action Day - Poverty]
Contributing to a cause continuously has a powerful impact over time.  It is also easier to contribute a small amount each month is easier than doing a large donation at the end of the year.  For example, donating $50 each month is not as much […]

Link Love and SEO

Due to the page ranking algorithms used by the engines, it used to be best practice to have many external links back to a web site’s pages, while limiting the number of outbound links. Times and algorithms have changed. Now, search engine marketers use terms like - link juice, link love, link power, and link […]