Coffee Without Borders uses the global currency of coffee to improve the quality of life for people living in developing countries. As one of the most heavily traded commodities in the world, coffee is primarily cultivated in poor countries, while the majority of it is consumed by the wealthy.
Section One: GHNI Focus Countries Small businesses are struggling, but hope continues to blossom in a Garden Jalalabad, the provincial capital of Nangahar Province, sits astride the main trade route between Afghanistan and Pakistan where small industrial enterprises which do not have regular electricity supplies are consequently forced to lay off workers or close completely. [...]
In small rural areas in India, education can be a challenge due to lack of access to technology. Sushil Marandi, Global Hope Network International leader in India, oversees the Jharkhand Computer Institute which aids students living in Dumka. He reports, “This computer center continues to be used to further the computer skills and technical education of [...]