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Aid To Rohingya Refugees
The U.S. has pledged relief money to Rohingya refugees while urging “strong and swift action” from the U.N.
Giving Thanks, in Spite of it All
Lutheran World Relief
Non-profit working working with local partners to provide last...
This Thanksgiving, in spite of the horrible news, I am following the wise advice of the psalmist and giving thanks.
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Can Drones And 3-D Printers Save Lives? Emerging Technology Choices In Humanitarian Response
Communications Advisor, InSTEDD
How do we heed the advice of Mr. Gates and act today to enable the major leaps of the next decade that will save hundreds of thousands of lives?
3 Million and Counting
Gregory Beals is a journalist and a humanitarian who has worke...
Nature Is Indiscrimate: We Are Not
Rabbi, Humanitarian and Teacher
I went to Haiti because I was fortunate enough to just lose some glass and personal items in the Northridge quake, live through something very unpleasant and then return to life.
One Woman Supplies Medical Care To Kids Crippled By War, Disaster
Danny Ayalon Needs to Thank Palestinians Too [UPDATED]
Washington Editor at Large of The Atlantic and founder and sen...
Disasters are often opportunities for good will and human empathy to get some momentum and move those in conflict in a healthier direction.
Overcoming Cultural Barriers With Sound Economics
Director and Special Representative WDR 2011
Once economic necessity lowers cultural barriers, women can use the opportunity to renegotiate power relations within the household and the community.
Haiti: Devastation, Tragic Loss of Life and Immediate Need for Worldwide Support
Ann M. Veneman
Former UNICEF Executive Director; Secretary of U.S. Department...
In addition to what appears to be large loss of life and injuries, early reports indicate massive infrastructure damage, including schools that have collapsed, homes destroyed, and hospitals overwhelmed.
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What in the World Can Obama Do?
Amb. Marc Ginsberg
Fmr. U.S. Ambassador to Morocco; White House Middle East Adviser
The institutions created after World War II, while serving us well in many instances, seem not up to the task to take on this century's challenges. Here are several doable big-think ideas for Obama.
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