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100% renewables and a higher standard of living in a developing country.

We are often told by various idiots that burning coal is the cheapest form of electricity and that if we move away from it, poor people in developing countries will suffer. 72 more words

Poor Perceptions

There are times when our perception on certain issues is based on what is shown to us and told to us, while we are oblivious to what is the reality.  916 more words

Life

WeGive.it (to Kito Onlus)

Dear friends,

There are many ways a follower can contribute to Kito’s projects, some of which do not involve spending money. So, if you are committed to Kito’s values but you are not willing to give any funds to our organization, we would like to suggest another thing you could donate: your time. 208 more words

Kito Onlus

What I think about a Peace Corps posting for a sign language teacher in Guyana

(NOTE: This blog is written from my perspective and the views here are my own. They do not necessarily represent the views of my colleagues nor do they represent the views of my employer. 1,471 more words

Should you volunteer in a developing country?

If you are thinking of getting into developmental work I would say DO IT! Remember it is slow progress, manage your expectations, do as much preparation, research and reading as possible. 140 more words

Kate's Journey

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) travelers have an increased risk of illness during trips to industrialized countries, but not to developing or tropical regions

IBD travelers are not at higher risk of contracting intestinal infections

‘When traveling in the tropics, my IBD felt the best ever,’ recall patients

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) travelers have an increased risk of illness during trips to industrialized countries, but not to developing or tropical regions, according to a new study in Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology, the official journal of the American Gastroenterological Association. 451 more words

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