Zambian and Gambian students engaged in a "tribal unification" wisdom exchange, practicing the habit-of-heart Appreciation of Diversity.
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Full-Circle Learning exists to help young people embrace their role as society’s humanitarians and change agents, through five lines of activity:
2022 Community Impact Report:Nurturing a New Generation of Humanitarians
2020-2021 Community Impact Report:From Resilience to Brilliance
2019 Community Impact Report:Paths of Purpose
Full-Circle Learning has offered pro bono capacity building support to practitioners in 35 countries, on almost every continent. Click for a 30-Year Community Impact Independent Assessment.
Currently serving 789,368 constituents in Chad, China, Ghana, Lesotho, Liberia, Nigeria, the Gambia, Kenya, Liberia, Tanzania, Uganda, the US and Zambia. (Through training programs, projects, grants, scholarships and humanitarian aid.)
If the world feels more peaceful, if everyone can eat, if communities survive climate change in the coming decades, it will be due to the vision, compassion, and global cohesion of today’s generation.
Full-Circle Learning (FCL), an award-winning global 501 (c) 3 charitable organization, based in the US, helps young people aspire to improve the world in which we all live.
By integrating life skills, academics, local service, and global wisdom exchanges, they attach greater purpose to learning, to altruism, and to positive change. Their schools contextualize habit-of-heart themes through academic units that tackle poverty, health disparities, elder care, food security, peace, climate change adaptations — or whatever will enhance their local communities, create systemic transformation, strengthen students’ skills and convictions, and uplift the human family.
Meanwhile, Full-Circle Learning’s board offers in-kind service to nurture teacher and learner capacities, while responding to requests for project grants, materials, and school scholarships in the most vulnerable of communities.
A school principal in Africa recently said: “The integration of FCL into our national curriculum is so essential because it provides huge benefits to the next generation.”
The adjacent list of schools and communities received humanitarian and financial support in 2020 through April 2021. More countries and schools have since joined in, believing that when we light the eyes of one child, we can better illumine the future of humanity and all living beings.