This is an interview with a graduate of a 12-step program who has worked in a 12-step rehab and a therapeutic community. He is now beginning a career in social work in addition to 12-step work.
This is the story of an Australian man and his wife, a Japanese pediatrician, who spent five years in Uganda at the Kiwoko Hospital.
This is a look at the sixth anniversary of a Filipino soup kitchen with interviews with its founder, his wife and a volunteer.
This is a 2014 interview with Dr. Kee Park, a Korean-American neurosurgeon who volunteers to train surgeons in third-world countries: Ethiopia, Nepal, Cambodia, North Korea.
This is a 2013 interview with a Filipino actor who for the last four years has been doing volunteer work with the Bukidnon Daraghuyan mountain tribe in Mindanao, drawing out their myths and legends with a theater-based evocative process.
This is an interview with a woman from Tanauan, Leyte in the Philippines who left Manila after the super-typhoon hit and went down to the disaster areas of Tacloban and Tanauan to bring relief goods to relatives. It serves as a perfect example of how the extended family works in the Philippines.
This is a photo essay on setting up a soup kitchen: buying supplies, cooking, people waiting, eating, getting gifts. It all takes place in Metro Manila, Philippines.
This is a photo essay of buying supplies, cooking and setting up a soup kitchen for poor people in Manila, Philippines. It includes many pictures of children who waited two hours for a hot meal and gifts.
This is a 2012 interview with a Filipino who has made it his personal mission to help the poor.