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Balancing passion with practicality

by Kerry Lane

Fair Shares. One of the foundation ethics of Permaculture. It sounds like common sense, but when it comes to practical application there are all kinds of knotty moral questions that arise. 889 more words

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Shade #Coffee

Shade Coffee is the world’s most bird friendly holding more forest bird species then any other coffee farms in the world. This method of growing coffee is unobtrusive and constructive to ecosystems for the most part. 33 more words


Keeping leprosy-affected people and those with disabilities at the heart of development programmes

It is important to not to view leprosy as an isolated problem in terms of development. It is our desire to see leprosy-affected and disabled people included in mainstream and Neglected Tropical Disease-specific development programmes so that they can reap the same benefits from government aid programmes as their able-bodied counterparts.  575 more words


Development, Insecurity, Marginalization and “Integration of projects” approach in Samburu County .

According to information obtained in a food security and needs assessment conducted in May 2013 in Samburu, by Caritas Maralal in partnership with CAFOD, various factors contribute to food insecurity among communities. 703 more words


A giant leap outside your comfort zone

Donate – Just Giving

I’ve spent the last three days at Lancaster University’s Conference Centre undertaking pre-placement training for volunteering in Cambodia with eleven UK volunteers from the Stung Treng province team and nine UK volunteers from the Ratanakiri province team. 887 more words


Week One in The Movie Hub at Weston Favell Shopping Centre

So Week One of The Movie Hub was pretty epic. We had our Open Day and gave out lots of application forms, then Safeguarding training where all our new volunteers got to meet each other for the first time. 145 more words