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Will
07/17/2010 03:57

Greetings from Israel,

Having watched all your videos and following your experience closely via this website, I couldn’t hold back from praising your work through silence any longer. I just had to comment. I find what you all are doing to be beyond incredible. There are a select few who have the physical strength and mental courage to chase the dream that you all are currently living. Your videos are not only eye-opening, but cinematically superb as well. In just four weeks, you’ve already managed to expose the literally gut-wrenching life-style that one third of the world population suffers through on a daily basis, a reality that many of us living in developed nations all-too-often overlook.

I wish only the best of luck to you all in your continued journey as you dive deeper into the world of poverty, and explore the means we are using to help ourselves and others to escape it.

Take Care and keep on filming.

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Mabel
07/17/2010 20:00

Hearing you guys mention the possibility of a medical emergency and how you would deal with that versus how one of the families in the community would actually deal with that got me wondering -
Do any families try to save money for such emergencies, the same way they budget to pay back micro loans? Or is that just not a feasible option? I guess I'm curious as to how far into the future the people in your community can project and hope and worry when they have so many day-to-day responsibilities.
Also, this video was great, very impatient for part 2!
Love to everyone,
Megan

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Isabel
08/02/2010 19:02

Wow! What an incredible woman..

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Maria Jose Anderson
11/13/2010 09:37

Amazing story guys. Rosa is an unknown heroe in our world. Hopefully your research reaches the right hands and you can get the funding to make an impact that can substantially improve the lives of the people in this community. I am humbled by your initiative and your unselfish motives. You guys need to run for congress. You have my vote (and my donation)!

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