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12/06/2017

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Gentry Akens

This is extraordinary! I appreciate the clarity in the delivery of this writing as it effectively paints a picture that allows the reader to feeling of actually "being there!" I'm especially motivated by this team's objective to explore the outcome when the focus is not to reach out to corporate oriented programs geared towards those who "have, but instead, to those provinces where the basic needs of life are not a given! Imagine the outcome if educators worldwide, provided access to the windows of the world to these students in need! I marvel at the potentials that become their's when suddenly, their eyes are open to life's endless possibilities!! Brilliant!!

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