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Building on a community

Castle Square Tenants Organization’s Chinese New Year and Black History Month event celebrated the cultures of the two main ethnic groups that live in Castle Square. 

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SDOP disburses $261, 255 to 14 self-help projects in the U.S.

The Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People (SDOP) has approved grants totaling $261, 255 to 14 self-help projects in the United States.

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United Workers Campaign for Fair Development

Through our campaign we are organizing all the low-wage workers employed at the Inner Harbor in Baltimore.

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Creating Jobs and helping the environment

Green Spirit Lawn Care is a community project that is involved in earth friendly grounds maintenance year-round.  It provides employment for the group members, who are mostly ex-offenders.

Byron Encalade

Black fisherman in Louisiana left stuck behind oil spill

Byron Encalade's group, South Plaquemines United Fisheries Cooperative, is an SDOP partner.

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Self-Development of People International Partnership

As SDOP celebrates its work in the Dominican Republic we wanted to give you a comprehensive picture of our many accomplishments in the region.


Past stories

With SOAR, I’m free
by Elvia Sanchez

Camden residents rally against abandoned houses
by Ernest Hoh

Self-Development of People announces grant recipients
by Margaret Mwale

Stairway out of poverty in Haiti
by Terry Provance, Oikocredit USA

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