Tag: india

Professor uses Global Builders trips to broaden students’ perspective

Professor uses Global Builders trips to broaden students’ perspective

For Associate Professor of Business and Economics Henrique Cezar, Fuller Center Global Builders trips are more than just a chance for his students from Vermont’s Johnson State College to practice civic engagement and do some good in the world. They also are an opportunity to expose the students to diversity and cultural differences. After leading […]

SLIDESHOW: View each of the first 40 Fuller Center homes in India

SLIDESHOW: View each of the first 40 Fuller Center homes in India

The Fuller Center for Housing’s covenant partner in Trivandrum, in the state of Kerala, India, completed its 40th new home last week thanks to a team of hard-working Fuller Center Global Builders led by Kaye Hooker and Pamela Bland. You can view a few photos from their memorable trip at this link. Before the trip, […]

Local control, decision-making key part of our grass-roots ministry’s success

Local control, decision-making key part of our grass-roots ministry’s success

(This is part of regular series of blog posts related to The Fuller Center’s #MoreSmilesFewerShacks 2016 year-end campaign.) The Fuller Center for Housing has seen an influx of new covenant partners over the past couple of years, especially from groups that formerly had been associated with other housing nonprofits. Reasons they often cite for joining […]

Indian Fuller Center dedicates 4th home in Kelakam, Kannur District; 38th overall

Indian Fuller Center dedicates 4th home in Kelakam, Kannur District; 38th overall

The Fuller Center’s covenant partner in India is based in Trivandrum — the largest city in the state of Kerala — but has been expanding its reach as it grows. On Monday, the Trivandrum Fuller Center dedicated its 38th house overall and its fourth in Kelakam, more than 250 miles north along the coast of […]