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Session 4


It’s a small world:
Creating impact globally is not as hard as you think

The Khokana Project: Educating Children in Nepal
Adam Stich

The Khokana Project works to provide education for the children growing up in Khokana Village, Nepal. We target children that would otherwise not have an opportunity to receive a quality education, and we strive to provide them a means to that education. The Khokana Project is committed to sustainable aid and we attempt to make a lifelong change in the lives of children. The session will offer a chance to learn more about the project and provide input, ask questions, and discuss issues such as sustainable aid and working in a developing country.


Where will your Arc lead you? (The Arc Initiative)
Jocelyn Li and Thato Makgolane

The ARC Initiative fosters “bridge building” with organizations and entities that create a sharing of ideas and knowledge between communities. Relevance: aim to challenge thinking about development, empower students and encourage them to share their knowledge and ideas, no matter the context, environment or cause.

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