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Students from Gandoma school jumped for joy after being invited by their guest speaker, a scholarship student, to help with a drug awareness campaign.

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Wisdom Means More than Words

Full-Circle Learners and teachers apply their habits of heart and mind to serve their human family, Their global wisdom exchanges increased in immediacy and complexity in 2021, as schools more ably collaborated across national borders to apply salve to community challenges in addition to the pandemic.

For example, on a health disparities wisdom exchange, the habit-of-heart awareness prompted Nigerian students to help surrounding communities prevent Lassa fever and Zambian students to reduce typhoid. Schools advanced tribal unification through bold campaigns for appreciation of diversity in the Gambia and in Zambia. Wisdom exchanges also included energy projects and sustainable development projects, while Girls United participants painted a portrait for Nobel Peace prize winner Leymah Gbowee and engaged her in their peace advocacy aims. 

During the same quarter, Gambian learners taught mothers of malnourished children about nutrition, while individual scholarship students in Liberia took on initiatives to teach drug awareness, farming, handwashing and even crabbing, to enhance food security.

Teacher training workshops added to the ranks in Chad, the Gambia, Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria, and Zambia in the first quarter of 2021. With the help of capacity building programs for teachers, project grants for schools, and scholarships for students, learners lifted their goal from mere resilience to brilliance, becoming beacons of altruism in their communities.

Find stories of Full-Circle Learning across the globe

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About the Map

Over its first three decades, the influence of Full-CircleLearning has touched many nations around the world.

Please click on the location indicated by the dot for a synopsis of Full-Circle Learning activity in a particular country.

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Long-term Overviews

The Full-Circle Learning has offered pro bono capacity building support to practitioners in 35 countries, on almost every continent. Watch for annual highlights here. 

Paths of Purpose


Through partnerships with like-minded organizations and individual humanitarians, Full-Circle brings scholarship opportunities to students attending schools where they receive encouragement to bring about the peace, security, health, tranquility, and wellbeing of an ever-widening family of humans and living beings. To learn more about these funds email info@fullcirclelearning.org.

  1. EHG Fund/FCL’s Madam Dorbor Scholarships for secondary students in Liberia 
  2. Mahmoudi Global Scholarship for Justice
  3. NC-CAN/FCL’s 5-Day California Climate Change Agents Overnight Camp
  4. Mona Foundation/FCL’s Tarzana Habits-of-Heart Club Scholarships
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A museum exhibit featured children from Afghanistan and 7 other countries depicting the relationship of peace and the environment.
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Children advocate peace in Liberia: A girl named Teeta gave a speech advocating unity instead of war.
Three boys read material from the Habit-of-heart module.
Habit-of-heart units connect required academics to character education and relevant community building.
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After Ebola increased poverty, students took a field trip to ask vendors to make food affordable for the poor.
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On a service-learning field trip, learners honored biomedical researchers for altruism.

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