Kate Simpson, UT & TYO, 2011 Marhaban مرحبا : it means welcome in Arabic. And this is the perfect word to describe my experience with Tomorrow’s Youth Organization (TYO), the city of Nablus, and all of the West Bank. Before my trip began last summer, I tried to brace myself for a culture shock. I [...]Read More
To continue our showcase of TYO and the National Team, here are some of the great photos the team took while on location in the West Bank. 2011 National Team + TYO, a set on Flickr.Read More
As our 2011 projects come to a close, we want to share with you all of the amazing work produced by our students this year. Every week for the month of November, we’ll be showcasing one of our teams, sharing videos, and posting photos, starting with the 2011 National Team and Tomorrow’s Youth Organization (TYO). [...]Read More
Just as I am starting to get into the rhythm of life here in Nablus, it is of course time for me leave. I know I have only scratched the surface of this incredible city, so ancient and beautiful and tragic and hopeful all at once. It pains me to leave the community of people [...]Read More
Wednesday morning our team woke up to what Chelsey calls “the joy.” Sixty-seven 4 and 5 year olds marching, bounding and even sauntering their way into the Tomorrow’s Youth Organization Center at 9 am. Their eyes bright with wonder and excitement for the day and their faces painted with giggles and not-so-hidden stares at the [...]Read More
We are extremely excited to announce our partners for our work this summer! Boston Team + Opportunity International Opportunity International provides micro-finance loans, savings, insurance and training to over two million people working their way out of poverty in the developing world. Opportunity operates in 20 countries to provide financial services individuals looking to start or [...]Read More
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