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Nicaragua is a small country in Latin America just North of Costa Rica. They are the second poorest country in the region behind Haiti, and those living in rural parts of Nicaragua average only 2.1 years of school. 68% of Nicaraguans in rural areas live on less than $1 per day. This is all I […]

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”- Nelson Mandela Through the collective efforts of the Indiana University Panhellenic community, $40,000 was raised and a team comprised of myself along with eight other undergraduates and two advisors traveled to the community of El Toro, Nicaragua for an unforgettable Circle […]

Hope for Justice is an organization that’s mission is to end human trafficking and slavery. It provides education; trains professionals; investigates human trafficking crimes; advocates for victims; and provides quality restoration and reintegration services. The organization is located in Nashville and Cambodia. The U.S. program focuses on training healthcare workers, juvenile detention officers and child […]

The Circle of Sisterhood supports entities that remove barriers to education for girls and women, uplifting them from poverty and oppression. Because of the generous support of our donors, we’ve had an impact in twenty-two countries since our founding in 2010. The (Wo)man, the myth, the legend: Timbuktu: What is Timbuktu? It can be defined […]

Take a moment and reflect on your involvement with Circle of Sisterhood. Most likely your involvement began with your Panhellenic community. If you’re an undergrad, it’s fair to say that majority of your involvement with our organization is with your Panhellenic community. While participating through a community is wonderful and impactful, we fall into the […]