ETW Programs:

HISTORY

In 2007, Encouraging the World originated in the mind of its founder during a mountain hike in Cyprus. Since its conception, Encouraging the World (ETW) has worked in orphanages, juvenile homes, schools, and churches throughout the world.

ETW began in Bethlehem working with the Al-Harah Theater Group and Contacting the World. ETW choreographed and co-directed Facehook?!, currently touring the Middle East and Europe. This work aims to communicate the lives and struggles of Arab youth through music, dance, and drama.

ETW has launched several projects in the Philippines to serve orphan and juvenile communities, recruiting 50 volunteers from Thailand, Baltimore, Holland, and the Philippines. These projects included tree plantings, clothing drives, hosting a “Nutrition Month” for an elementary school, and feeding an indigenous community of 600 children and families.

In 2013, ETW was incorporated in Baltimore, Maryland and founded with a vision to offer youth volunteer community revitalization projects, awareness of global competence, international excursions, mentoring, youth leadership and conflict resolution programming.


In 2014, ETW Youth served The Childrens Light Ministries Orphanage, building their home, teaching the parent-less youth skills, sports, and english.

Encouraging the World was presented with:

2013 BMe Leadership Award

2014 Ambassador of Peace by the Universal Peace Federation


Program

ETW International Service Program
1.
ETW Youth Ambassadors engage in local community and youth delvelopment programing for 1 year.
2. ETWYA travel abroad for a 2-week international service enrichment excursion, facilitating youth -led activities for parentless children and receive leadership training.

Encouraging The World is a program of Fusion Partnerships, Inc..


Sunday, January 26, 2014

Encouraging The World & Walks of Art 1st Men's Visionary Event








Abraham Moses Barker opens the event with introducing his 2013 Dream/Vision. He shares his victories and areas of improvement. — with Abraham Moses BarkerShawn Burnett and Detrick Manning




Encouraging The World & Walks of Art.

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