Gopal starts the story living in a village with his family who are Aai, Baba, Naren, and Sita. His friends are Mohan and Shiva. He has love for telling kahanis (or what we would call stories) to his family and friends. He lives a peaceful life.
Vicente Ferrer helped millions of poor people in India by providing health care and rural development.
Wadongo’s vision is to transform rural communities by making light free and possible. He believes that solar powered light can lift them out of poverty.
Eve Ensler, best known for her play “The Vagina Monologues,” is an American playwright, performer, and activist.
After escaping child slavery himself, Iqbal Masih joined the Bonded Labor Liberation Front (BLLF) of Pakistan to begin his fight against child labor.
Since the early 1960s, Marian Wright Edelman has been a tireless advocate for human rights, noted for her work with the Children’s Defense Fund.
Zach Bonner founded The Little Red Wagon Foundation to help underprivileged kids across America.
Alfa Demmellash helps low income aspiring entrepreneurs by providing them with mentorship and funding.
Ndambuki founded the “Help Kenya Project,” an organization committed to teaching Kenyan children about technology, as well as fostering civic responsibility.