The 2010 Haiti earthquake trapped mason Oranel Mettelus, now he’s reconstructing Haiti brick-by-brick with WE Charity.
Q&A with the Kenyan farm's first chairwoman.
10 milestones in the 10 years since the earthquake.
New opportunities for students in the Andes.
The First Lady of Kenya visits the maternity ward.
How one teacher shower her students the spotlight.
The unbelievable power of a community farming group.
WE Charity helps farmers in Ecuador revive failing crops.
A Girls' Club doesn't let their friends go without a fight.
The First Lady of Kenya visits WE College.
How a young woman broke into the male-dominated field.
The daughter of a ME to WE Coffee farmer disrupts the norm.
American medical staff team up with Kenyan doctors.
How a woman in Kenya is rebuilding her life.
Education is the most powerful weapon to change the world.
The moms and dads keeping the taps on in Kenya.
Youth re-discovers her culture after joining women's group.
WE College opens its doors, making a rite of passage.
Brighter future to a mother and her son.
The new health clinic was built in the Amazon, Ecuador to increase access to quality care.
What does the gift of clean water do? It creates an impact that goes four generations deep.
In a desert state.
A new classroom for a dedicated teacher in Ecuador.
Defying the odds—that is what Faith is all about.
On the Maasai Mara, the high school diploma takes on new meaning.
Watch Nepapa walk a new path for clean water in Kenya.
Local school’s environment club cleans up in Amazon.
Water Rights in Ecuador—Mercedes Naula’s story.
Tradition and revolution on International Women’s Day.
Teenager turns on the tap for the first time.
Music video in the Maasai Mara.
WE celebrates the new water kiosk in Kenya’s Oloirien community.
Watch Mama Rose live her dream, on and off the field.
The CEO of the Maasai Mara.
In the village of Chone, Ecuador, chocolate isn’t just a treat.
His brother inspired him to go to high school. Now he's the role model.
It was love at first experiment.
When asked who she most admires, Grade 9 student knew instantly.
“For my mother, who stood by me, but couldn’t be here.”
The Girls Club that gave a 13-year-old the confidence to succeed.