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One of the wonderful benefits of our digital age is not only how we’re able to discover the talent and artistry of people we might have otherwise overlooked, but also how we’re now able to peek behind the curtain to learn what inspires them; to discover and understand what guides them to create these moments of engaging insights that linger in our mind’s eye.
It’s a concept I recently appreciated when I came upon this video by comedian Michael Jr. where he shares what he views as…Continue
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Currently fundraising for a girls toilet block for Kaikuku Primary School where the girls are currently sharing with the boys - leading to a high rate of teenage girl school drop outs. any assistance most welcomed:
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In preparation for their upcoming AIDF Asia: Aid & Response Summit, the Aid and International Development Forum (AIDF) has released a Mobile for Development infographic, visualising the growing ubiquity of the mobile phone in the developing world, its uses in disaster relief…Continue
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AllHumanity Network Members: It has come to our attention that an individual named Bruno Serra contacted some of you with a Spam Post. That individual has been permanently deleted.. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
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What a difference a year makes…we met Miguel a year ago at Night for the Homeless where he was living on the streets. I’ve been in touch with him since then but we hadn’t managed to meet in person before the other day . His life has improved a lot and he is now living in a hostel and can see a brighter future ahead.…Continue
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By Patricia Kime, Staff writer Military Times
A small section of the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission report would have a substantial impact on a small segment of the military population — troops whose children have severe physical or intellectual disabilities.
The commission report, containing 15 recommendations to overhaul military pay and benefits, includes a proposal to change a Tricare program originally designed to offset the costs of caring…Continue
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By Megan O’Neil
A first-of-its-kind membership organization is designed to improve veteran services delivery by stoking information-sharing and coordination among the nation’s more than 40,000 veterans-focused groups.
The National Association of Veteran-Serving Organizations, or Navso, formally launched last week but was two years in the making, said Chief Executive Chris Ford. One of its main functions will be to maintain a web platform on which like-minded professionals can…Continue
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Nominated by DeWarren McPhaul
This hero portrays the value of ambition.
Q & A with ShaDonna McPhaul
Congratulations to our Everyday Hero of the Month Contest Winner, ShaDonna 'Mo' McPhaul! Mo is an active duty Air Force service member who loves to give back to the community. She is originally from Fayetteville, NC and is presently residing in Honolulu, HI where she is currently stationed. Mo entered into the Air Force in 1996 as an Information…Continue
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The mission of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI) is to relieve human suffering in war and disaster by advancing the science and practice of humanitarian response worldwide. HHI fosters interdisciplinary collaboration at Harvard University in order to:
Improve the effectiveness of humanitarian strategies for relief, protection, and prevention;
Instill human rights principles and practices in these strategies;
Educate and train the next generation of…
Added by Rob Cipriano on January 30, 2015 at 5:15am — No Comments
GRM International will be hosting a 3 day course on Evaluation of Humanitarian Action in Dubai , from 22 March 2015. There is a later course scheduled for Geneva 9 June 2015 and we hope that one of these dates would suit your calendar and you can join us.
Click Here to Register for this Event
The aim of the course is to make Evaluations of Humanitarian Action (EHA) more effective in contributing to the improved performance of interventions and to improve…Continue
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In 2013 alone, over 79,000 children around the globe were diagnosed with type 1 diabetes: an autoimmune disorder that affects the amount of insulin produced by the pancreas. Receiving insulin therapy through a traditional pump or injections can require a lot of work to ensure blood sugar levels are safe, particularly during the night. A tremendous step forward has been made in the treatment of this disease when a 4-year-old boy from Australia was fitted with the world’s first…Continue
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