March 17, 2014 Dig Deep celebrates World Water Day with Â interactive infographic Â featuring videos, photos, and tweets from everyday people who ...
Hidden away in the mountains in the northern Philippines, the Aetas are a gentle people with a poorly known culture. Treated as second-class citizens, they try to somehow perpetuate their [...]
The worldâ€™s first â€˜The Walk Free Foundationâ€™, which has a mission to end modern slavery in our generation by identifying the countries and industries most responsible for thisÂ
Los Angeles, CA (December 5, 2013) -Â This holiday season, human rights organization DIGDEEP is bringing clean water to over 250 American homes for the first time ever. Water poverty isÂ closer [...]
History has conveyed that certainly one of the most sustainable and powerful instruments for empowering global development has been education. Community workers and philanthropists who have dedicated their lives to [...]
Tsega Belachew (Africa-driven. Currently, 70% of Africans are under the age of 30. By 2040, 50% of the worldâ€™s youth will be African, most of whom will be women and [...]
Â Over the past two decades, India has been celebrated for its steep growth and booming economy. Thus, there is something that needs to be highlighted… India is certainly a land [...]