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Reflections from the field

We are now coming to the end of the 2014 food distribution project in Rakhine State, Myanmar. We have distributed 2,600 family food packages to 15 villages in and around the Sittwe township on behalf of a number of clients (INGOs) who were themselves unable to access the region. 1,201 more words

News

The Green Revolution Uses PPGI

The latest invention to come out of research into energy efficient buildings is the Eco-Shelter. This revolutionary development promises to have significant implications for disaster relief efforts. 341 more words

Consciousness

If you are ever run over
by a vehicle, do what you can to stay awake
because you will need an advocate
and the only one available… 144 more words

Poems By Me

Shifting Gears! 3 Reasons why you need to change your car insurance

In the Philippines, all car owners are mandated by the law to own at least a basic third-party car insurance plan, but all of them are entitled to sign with any private insurance companies for a more comprehensive coverage.  497 more words

Philippines

Here's how it works...

I’ve been enjoying the sun on my rest days, so no interesting stories to tell (until tomorrow when I’m back in the city on overtime). I wanted to give you a rundown of what types of call we receive and how the call is taken. 494 more words

Ambulance

Fundraiser: Whiskers the Cat Needs an Amputation

Hello, fellow bloggers and followers!

If you have been following along, you are privy to the plight of Whiskers – the feral kitten turned house pet. 66 more words

Cat