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Global Philanthropy UMD | Creating a generation of leaders and citizens equipped to make a significant difference around the globe - Creating a generation of leaders and citizens equipped to make a significant difference around the globe

  • https://globalphilanthropyumd.wordpress.com/about/ About | Global Philanthropy UMD - The Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership is thrilled to announce that we are developing a new Global Philanthropy Program.  The Global Philanthropy Program will generate a new caliber of students while strengthening the capacity of NGOs around the globe.  These students will become the next global leaders and entrepreneurs who are spurring actions and…
  • https://globalphilanthropyumd.wordpress.com/2014/01/24/reflections-on-israel-and-jordan-a-final-poem/ Reflections on Israel and Jordan: A Final Poem | Global Philanthropy UMD - "As I’m reflecting I don’t know where to start,There are so many memories and lessons I’ll cherish in my heart.However, today is where our adventure ends,And I’m already missing hearing us being called “Marylands”.Highlights include: Jerusalem, Dead Sea, and walking Petra,Tell Aviv, Amman, and touring old Jaffa.Bedouin tea, Wadi Rum, hiking Masada;and of course the…
  • https://globalphilanthropyumd.wordpress.com/2014/01/20/reflecting-on-good-vs-evil/ Reflecting on Good vs. Evil | Global Philanthropy UMD - On Friday, we ended this amazing academic voyage with two absolutely inspirational speakers. I drew an interesting connection between our morning speaker, retired General Mansour Abu Rashid of Amman Center for Peace and Development, and our afternoon speaker, Madian Al-Jazerah of Books@Cafe. Madian told us about how he and other Jordanian disenfranchised populations were constantly…
  • https://globalphilanthropyumd.wordpress.com/2014/01/19/muhammad-jesus-and-moses/ Muhammad, Jesus, and Moses | Global Philanthropy UMD - After visiting the Millennium Challenge Corporation, we had the opportunity to visit with a humanitarian nonprofit that is deeply involved with providing medical support to the refugee population in Jordan. This mainly consists of the more than 1 million refugees that have flooded into Jordan due to the Syrian Civil War. However, this organization is…
  • https://globalphilanthropyumd.wordpress.com/2014/01/18/as-samra-the-government-as-philanthropy/ As-Samra: The Government as Philanthropy | Global Philanthropy UMD - Hello everyone! This is Kyle Siefering writing to you today. I am an undergraduate at the University of Maryland studying government and politics. However, after wrapping up my bachelor’s degree this May, I will be pursuing a master’s degree through Maryland’s School of Public Policy. Therefore, amongst the ten grad students and ten undergrads that…
  • https://globalphilanthropyumd.wordpress.com/2014/01/17/mind-the-gap/ Mind the Gap | Global Philanthropy UMD - On our first NGO visit of Jordan, we met with a vibrant leader who is working with a community-based organization to support children, Syrian refugees, and survivors of gender-based violence. (For security reasons, details of the organization cannot be named).  He discussed the challenge of the work they are doing; in addition to the typical…
  • https://globalphilanthropyumd.wordpress.com/2014/01/17/between-a-rock-and-a-hard-place/ Between a Rock and a Hard Place | Global Philanthropy UMD - I knew I was in trouble when everyone started chanting my name. Normally when someone asks you to dance you can politely decline, but when that someone is a Bedouin desert guide you are obliged to clap your hands, shake your hips and pray that no one is taking pictures. But I am getting ahead…
  • https://globalphilanthropyumd.wordpress.com/2014/01/16/complex-borders/ Complex Borders | Global Philanthropy UMD - A few days ago our group said goodbye to Israel and crossed the Jordan. While this may seem like a simple transition, our recent NGO visits and discussions regarding the intersecting socio-political, economic, and cultural tensions between Israel, Jordan, and surrounding territories--particularly the ongoing immigration struggles between the Israeli government and African asylum seekers--made this leg of our journey more nuanced and complex. As our tour…

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