Our country is facing a national identity crisis. In only one week, we have seen our country divided in ways that many of us have never seen. At this historical crossroad, we are questioning who we are as a country and the values that make our country exceptional. One of those values is our belief … Continue reading The Daniel Society Statement on President Trump’s Ban on Refugees
The reality is alarming—as global HIV-related deaths have declined among children and adults, adolescent deaths have increased. Approximately 1.8 million adolescents (between the ages of 10 and 19) are living with HIV/AIDS, 80% (1.4 million) of them live in Sub-Saharan Africa. This is a 28% increase since 2005. The stark reality is that adolescent HIV rates are projected to continue increasing because … Continue reading Sub-Saharan Adolescents Are Left Behind in the Fight Against HIV/AIDS
People are angry, and understandably so. They are concerned about stop-and-frisk
tactics, attempts to dismantle sanctuary cities, and threats to deport two million undocumented immigrants.
15 years ago when I had an idea to start an organization to help the poor, I never imagined that it would become “The Daniel Society,” a 501(c)(3) organization that brings hope, healing and purpose to people living in extreme poverty. We have made tremendous progress over the past several months to advance our mission. … Continue reading Together, We Can Do Great Things For Others in 2017!
The Daniel Society is confronting extreme poverty on a global level. We do this work because we believe all lives have value, purpose and potential. Our Center for Global Initiatives is designing poverty reduction projects in Sub-Saharan Africa to lift people out of extreme poverty. We will apply our 7-Step Collaborative Hope Building model to empower people … Continue reading The Daniel Society’s Collaborative Hope Building Model
A member of the so-called “BRICS” countries, India is noted for its rapidly expanding economy. Though India has certainly grown more prosperous in the recent decades, some groups have benefited from this boom more than others. In particular, women have faced a range of structural and social barriers in fully participating in the Indian … Continue reading Women’s Role in India’s Economy