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A 23 Year Old Mother of 30

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Nov 21, 2013
A 23 Year Old Mother of 30

A 23 Year Old Mother of 30

It is not unusual for high school graduates to take a year off to "find" themselves before starting college. And that’s exactly what Maggie Doyne intended to do. At age 18, she strapped on a backpack and headed for the South Pacific Islands to start her trip around the world. Several months later, she traveled to a remote village in Nepal, where she felt a deep sense of belonging – a sense of home. Distressed by seeing so many working children, many of them orphans, she decided to sponsor the education of one child. Soon, one became five, then ten, and Maggie very quickly realized that she wanted to build a home where these children could live. In five short years, this 23 year old has built a home for 30 children, as well as a primary school for 230 children. Listen to Maggie’s story and find out the dream she wants to realize in her lifetime.
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Not More, But Better: The Story of Solutions

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