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Blessings!

Tuesday evening, October coming to an end, on my desk lies my small and most mobile gadget, less activities today, it’s only 5:38pm most offices already closed for the day, yet here we are the whole team, everyone diving deep into their computers to do whatever God knows, not that they are required to but we have a tedancy, we love working. 474 more words

Difference

Marking World Day, UN Spotlights Rural Women as a Driving Force

UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka said that all over the world, gender inequality in land & other productive resources is intrinsically related to women’s poverty & exclusion. 32 more words

A new UN body to combat global malnutrition?

By Elena L. Pasquini 14 October 2014

from Devex web site

The United Nations is considering setting up a new body to address global malnutrition as early as next month, Devex has learned. 805 more words

Under-nutrition

Syrians Forced into Hunger

Guess who this prejudiced exiled populace is:

1] A populace denied their rights to have a job in Jordan and Lebanon

2] A populace under forceful curfew imposed in more than 45 towns/areas across Lebanon, … 447 more words

Syria

Zimbabwe is food secure this season, but more questions raised

The annual ZimVac assessment based on a national sample survey of over 10,000 households and carried out in May came out a month or two back. 1,179 more words

World Bank’s Ebola emergency response project

On Tuesday, September 16, the Board of Directors of the World Bank approved a $105 million dollar emergency response package to confront the Ebola outbreak in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. 183 more words

World Bank

Inevitable First Post

This blog will follow my immersion into local and state politics here in Connecticut.  Through my work with the Workng Families Party (WFP), I will explore how an independent third party can tackle apathy and disengagement through face to face contact with communties in our great state and political strategizing.   1,667 more words

Election