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Call to Humanity
Rahul Mitra's Blog
Chile, la alegría ya viene
In 1973 Augusto Pinochet became the dictator of Chile after a coup d’état (financed by the...
Sadhus of Nepal
Religious ascetics, occult rebels, and philosophic monks, the sadhus are the holy men and women who...
A Free Tibet
At the end of the day, there is no Shangri-La and El Dorado, or even Atlantis...
Rural Energy Poverty – A threat to the environment and women
When we think about the term Energy Poverty, we picture households in the dark, without electricity....
Barriers to Humanitarian Response
Over the past few decades, the nature, place and understanding of humanitarian response has evolved significantly....
A Measure of WASH Sustainability: Findings from Ethiopia
The Howard G. Buffett supported Global Water Initiative (GWI) has been operating in Ethiopia since October...
Integrating Technology in WASH Monitoring
Over the past two decades, the global water sector has made great strides in reducing the...
2014: The Playlist
The Economic Impact of the Ebola Crisis
Introduction Epidemics and other health crises in Africa continue to take a massive toll on human...
Life in Mbokop, Cameroon
It was my second time in Mbokop, and unlike the first time, I traveled there alone...
Laying the framework for Water and Sanitation Sustainability
Driving through the hustle and bustle of Lusaka, it is really hard to imagine that the...
Help Bring Sustainable Energy to Madagascar
BioD is a novel technology that addresses deforestation and air pollution while saving families time and...
The Gender Gap in the Digital Divide – Gender and ICT
Although from observations and anecdotal evidence, we have “known” of the existence of a gender gap...
Why save an Endangered Language?
Languages fascinate me. Not just the ones that are widely spoken like Spanish or Swahili, but...
Statistics on Water & Sanitation Failures
The above graph shows the trend in the average global failure rate for water points in developing...
The Gambia, as I saw it
It’s very easy to miss The Gambia on a map of mighty Africa. The smallest country...
Lilayi Elephant Orphanage
The Lilayi Elephant Orphanage right outside Lusaka, Zambia, is one of only two elephant nurseries in...
To move, to breathe, to fly, to float; to gain all while you give; to roam...
A walk through a Hospital in Rural Gambia
As part of Hand in Health and Books for Africa’s project to expand ICT in The...
Information and Communication Technology for Development
Today’s mobile phones, even those basic brick-like “non-smart” ones, have more computing power than the Apollo...
To be rooted is perhaps the most important and least recognized need of the human soul....
In Between Politics and Humanitarian Agendas: UNRWA and Palestinian Statehood
Abstract The United Nations Work and Relief Agency (UNRWA) is the oldest, most-established and perhaps the...
A traveler’s guide to Dhaka, Bangladesh
Dhaka is so much more than just a city. It is a whirlpool that pulls anything...
CREER – A Partnership between Rincon, Panama and EWB-DC
Three years ago, I traveled to the community of Rincon in the Ngöbe-Buglé Comarca of Panama...
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