Miles Beyond Miles


I will keep this photo posted for 1 week.
Every time someone Reblogs this photo I will donate 10 cent to charity: water
After the money is donated I will post proof of donation.
Show you care & Reblog.

If you don’t reblog this at least once you’re a joke.

If you haven’t seen this, it’s gives a whole new perspective

This weekend, activists in Uganda - a country where homosexuality is punishable by death - held their first Pride. 
This is the epitome of courage. I have no other words. 


Everyone should give a second of there time to reblog this. Instead of reblog girls in crops tops. Just shows raw love.

KEN-2006-D257 on Flickr.
Two youth in Kenya get ready for a soccer match.

"Access to clean water is a human right and a necessity for good health." - Peace Corps Volunteer Nicholas Karr

Happy World Water Day!
In this photo, Peace Corps Volunteer Caitrin Martin and children from her Senegalese village celebrate the construction of a well to provide clean drinking water to their community.

Taken in Sabang, Morong, Bataan, Philippines during my final days as a Peace Corps Volunteer. 

As a Small business development Volunteer in a rural village in Morocco, I worked with the local weaving association. One of my projects was creating a carpet catalog for the weavers. This took me into all the houses of the weavers where I photographed their carpets and family members. Here I photographed one of the weavers, Sadia, with a carpet made entirely of recycled sweater thread from her family. She had just finished it and her nephew, Mohamed, was excited about his modeling opportunity.

- Peace Corps Small Business Volunteer Terra Fuller