Volunteers in Romania

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OvidiuRo’s mission is to get every poor child in Romania into the education system between age 3-6, so they have a chance of succeeding in school and ultimately becoming active members of society.

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Smart Woman, October 25, 2010

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Leslie Hawke: Romania is waisting its most important resource by not educating its poor children

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Bucharest Herald, October 31st, 2010

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With Nicolas Cage as guest of honor, the Halloween Ball organized at the Palace of Parliament by OvidiuRo Association on Saturday evening gathered over 500,000 Euro from donations, proceeds that will help 1,200 children in Romania go to kindergarten.

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Associated Press, October 10, 2010

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Abel’s parents came to France when he was a month old, hoping to give him a better future. Now that he’s in school, Abel’s mother, Ahka, dreams of seeing him “grow up to be anything he wants.”

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CSR Romania, October 13, 2010

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Leslie Hawke: I care deeply about giving children the opportunities to reach their potential as human beings

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Adevarul, September 23, 2010

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Leslie Hawke: Learning from the past Emilia Sava Joi 23 sep 2010 Leslie Hawke, known for her charity work in Romania, believes that Europe could learn from America’s experiences with racial integration. Why did you star this organization in Romania? I am working in Romania for two reasons:  1. Romania is where the U.S. Peace […]

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The Economist – September 16, 2010

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A long road Europe’s Romanies have a mostly horrible time. But they are thriving in America Sep 16th 2010 | NEW YORK TOMMY’S International Sports Café, Inc, a makeshift social club on 657 East 189th Street in New York’s Bronx, would repay a visit from those Europeans who see their continent’s Romanies (also known as […]

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The Economist – September 13, 2010

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CALL them Gypsies, Romanies or Roma, they represent Europe’s biggest social problem and a stain on its claim to be a superpower

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