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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 Measure of WASH Sustainability: Findings from Ethiopia
The Howard G. Buffett supported Global Water Initiative (GWI) has been operating in Ethiopia since October...
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...
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...
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...
The Impact of the Syrian Crises on Palestinian Refugees
As Syria witnesses what has evolved into a full-blown civil war, the Palestinian refugees in Syria...
The Trayvon Martin case – one small trial, one big societal question
On the night of February 26, 2012 one 17-year-old African American high school student, Trayvon Martin...
Stolen playtime – The Child Laborers of Bangladesh
Social norms and economic realities mean that child labor is widely accepted and very common in...
Peace Center for the Blind
My housemate, Steve Jeter, spent the past year in Jerusalem working for The Peace Center for...
The Zaatari Refugee camp in Jordan, and the plight of the Syrian people
One million Syrians have now made the journey from their homes to neighboring countries. This mass...
Traveling as a Volunteer
“For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s...
International Mother Language Day
February 21st is considered as the International Mother Language Day. It is a day to celebrate...
Quest for Justice, 40 years after Independence
Four decades have passed since Bangladesh got her independence. It came at the climax of one...
Haiti – Three Years Later
I still remember that day vividly. I was in a rural community in Mexico, constructing a...
In search of Lalon
Over a century after his death, the debate rages – Did Lalon Fakir, one of the...
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