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Community Service

ABOLISH NUCLEAR WEAPONS: Beatrice Fihn.

The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) is a coalition of non-governmental organizations in one hundred countries promoting adherence to and implementation of the United N… 13 more words

Featured

The challenges that face young Iraqis who want to work for NGOs:

Ever since the “liberation” of Iraq from the grubby hands of the former totalitarian regime, a new and fresh (-ish) field of employment has been on the rise in Iraq.

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Iraq

The Best Plan

In 1937 and created by the British journalist John Langdon-Davis and the volunteer Eric Muggeridge was born in Spain, PLAN International: an NGO which purpose was to give housing, feed and educate the thousands of children which lives were truncated by the Spanish Civil War. 182 more words

People

What Is Democracy?

On September 15th, United Nations celebrates International Day of Democracy. A day which is not only marked on the calendar for its importance if not because it constitutes one of the basic points of the… 389 more words

People

Saving boobies and turning your feet bright blue

The blue-footed booby (Sula nebouxii) is an amazing bird. Their peculiar feet are brilliant blue, just as they would be wearing blue socks. Their feet are blue because of their diet; mainly fish. 245 more words

Sculpture

Friends Care Foundation | Women Empowerment | Old Age and Care Of Birds & Animals in Ahmedabad.

Friends Care Foundation

Friends Care Foundation keeps on guiding its concentration to what’s to come. Nothing is more essential to us than the general population of our group, and the quality, sympathetic human services that can be gotten appropriate here at home in Ahmedabad. 648 more words

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