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NO_BORDERS: Architecture and Emergency

Dear friends,

Kito Onlus is happy to invite you to a new event where we will showcase the projects we are implementing in the Philippines! 156 more words

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Italy and Philippines in comparison: the children's situation

Dear followers,

This week we want to focus your attention on a theme that for Kito is of fundamental importance: children’s standards of living. 212 more words


Empowering the community

In July we combined forces with Ara, education specialist VSO volunteer based in Kasungu a small town three hours south of Mzuzu by coach. The goal was to facilitate a health workshop in Kasungu at the teachers training college. 863 more words

Kate's Journey

Bali Business Practices

Life in Bali is definitely a culture shock. On one hand, there are so many luxurious hotels and villas where foreign tourists (a majority of whom are Australian) frolic in exclusivity. 302 more words


Expectations without Education, Nonexistent

Quality Education Creates Expectations for the Poor and the Overall Economy

by H Mac Wooten

On a recent trip to Lima last week on the day bus, I  again took note of the poverty and living conditions of many here. 753 more words


Millions of diabetics could die of tuberculosis

12 JUL 2012

Public Health Risk

A third of the world’s human population is infected with a dormant tuberculosis bacteria, primarily people living in developing countries. 427 more words

Missed - Medical Breakthroughs

Expats - 5 Questions Before You Pack Your Bags

Are you considering moving overseas when you retire?  Have you asked yourself some of the key questions that can make or break your expat experience?   Moving to another culture, far away from family and friends, can pose some interesting challenges that many people never consider before making the decision to move. 1,289 more words