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Hunger in Britain

As the crisis of global capitalism deepens, more and more working people in the centres of imperialism, a lot of whom have been living relatively secure (although not necessarily fulfilling) lives, are being pushed down further into real poverty once again. 899 more words

A Reform Agenda 6 - Business development

Business opportunities need to be developed throughout the country. Though infrastructural development has been good in many parts of the country, the people need to be empowered to make use of new facilities and opportunities. 760 more words


Malnutrition and technical fixes

Elizabeth Ogelsby writing on FUNDAZUCAR, the develoment arm of the elite private sugar industry in Guatemala, in her chapter in War By Other Means: Aftermath in Post-genocide Guatemala… 106 more words


Photo of the Week: South Sudan - one year of conflict

15 December 2014 marks a tragic anniversary for South Sudan: one year since the eruption of violence that has left nearly 750,000 children internally displaced and forced more than 320,000 to seek refuge abroad. 70 more words


Adventure is Coming

Well things are starting to get real… just three weeks from today I leave for the greatest adventure of my life!  For those that don’t know, I leave on January 4th for eight months.   763 more words


Blog To Feed A Child

After posting my entry on the Malnutrition problem and the #BlogToFeedAChild initiative by Blogadda, I was requested by them to post another entry. I gleefully agreed; anything to ensure the future citizens of India have at least the luxury of one filling meal a day. 342 more words

Social Issues

Blog To Feed A Child #2

Children are the future of a nation. The progress of a country depends on the well being of children. It’s a pity that even after so many years of independence our government has failed to ensure the basic necessities for every child. 458 more words