The Foundation’s international activities are varied and quite often are made possible through international partnerships in a number of countries. From encouraging young women in Kenya to complete their high school education to delivering environmental programming, The Foundation encourages life long learning. The Biome collection of the Travelling Exhibition is augmented through fieldwork in areas such as the Masai Mara.
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Sharing the Good Health News
On May 17, 1749, English country surgeon Dr. Edward Jenner was born. In the 18th century, smallpox was a disease that killed about 20% of victims who contracted it and, if it didn’t kill, it often disfigured or blinded … Continue reading →13
Cracking the Carriers’ Courses
On May 13, 1857, Dr. Ronald Ross was born into an age when many suspected that putrid air was the culprit that killed hundreds of thousands of people and who called this killer disease malaria from the Italian mal’aria … Continue reading →