Holiday shopping can be stressful when you’re out of ideas for gift exchanges, work events, and the people that are hardest to shop for. The Journey of Hope wall calendar, filled with colorful and inspiring photos of the people and places in Central Asia, is the solution to these holiday shopping woes. Here are five gift conundrums the calendar can solve.
The first written word was recorded nearly 5,000 years ago. Though literacy has evolved over time, nearly 17% of the world’s population is still illiterate. They can’t even write their names. Many of those people are women who have no access to education or may be bared from seeking education. They have had enough, and women in Central Asia are joining an unstoppable revolution in girls’ education.
The 2015 limited-edition Journey of Hope calendar is available for pre-order. Each calendar is $12, with delivery available mid-November.
This year, photographer Erik Petersen and CAI Communications Director Karin Ronnow documented CAI projects in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan. The calendar includes stunning photography of CAI projects, explanations of CAI’s programs, and a map of the areas we serve.
The 2014 limited-edition Journey of Hope calendars are going fast!
If you want one – or more – act now to ensure you get a copy of this beautiful limited-edition collection of photographs from CAI projects in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan.
Each calendar is $10 and all proceeds go to CAI’s work to promote education, especially for girls, in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan.
November 2, 2012 – Spread the love: Limited-edition 2013 Journey of Hope calendars available for pre-orders
The 2013 limited-edition Journey of Hope calendar has gone to press and Central Asia Institute is now taking preorders.
This year, photographer Erik Petersen and CAI Communication Director Karin Ronnow documented CAI projects in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan. The calendar includes stunning photography of CAI projects, plus explanations of CAI’s programs and a map of the areas we serve.
The stories will be published in the upcoming “Journey of Hope,” which […]