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    A student from Pakistan will return with life-saving vaccines for a poor region. A Maldives native will promote civic waste management on her island.
    Apr 8 2016
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    Growing up in Haiti, Kengthsagn Louis '17 really wanted to study science but never got the opportunity. She is determined that others will not have the same experience.
    Sep 28 2015
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    United World Colleges want to make education a force to united people, nations and cultures for a peaceful, sustainable future. Skidmore's UWC schoalrs are living that mission.
    Jun 22 2015
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    Tshediso (Joe) Matake '15 is spending the summer in South Africa, offering a computer literacy boot camp funded by a Davis Projects for Peace grant.
    May 20 2013
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    Students are invited to wage peace with the support of a $10,000 grant from the Davis Projects for Peace Foundation. (Left: Preschoolers in Nicaragua show off their first books borrowed from the Paz Movil. This project was completed in 2011.)
    Dec 20 2011
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    With help from a foundation that supports grassroots peace efforts, Wissam Khaleefah '11 returned home to rebuild his elementary school. The facility is located in Fallujah, Iraq, site of some of the fiercest battles of the U.S.-Iraq conflict. A current campus photo exhibition documents his efforts.
    Nov 8 2010
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    Three Skidmore students have received Davis Projects for Peace grants to translate their dreams into reality through work in Swaziland and Iraq.
    Jun 18 2010