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Renaissance Education Foundation (REF) Community Uplift Program (REF-CUP) in association with 1000s deprived families around the REF-Community for more detail visit us at www.reduf.org
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We give out regular grants to give anyone interested in promoting and defending human rights support to fund new, innovative and creative projects. (Passionate about human rights? Need resources for a project?
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Pray for the Christians for their Human Rights in our country,like Gojra City,Joseph colony Lahore and much others cities in our country.put hands together for protections.

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Zoe Weil, President of the Institute for Humane Education, © IHE Zoe Weil is a long-time leader in humane education in the U.S., and throughout the world.
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Our Mission is to bring technology education to those in the Youhanabad area, so that they might be empowered and enabled to create a prosperous future for themselves and their families.  Our vision is to reshape the Youhanabad area through advanced education opportunities.  We want to help families pull themselves out of poverty by equipping them with the skills they need to gain employment that will be able to support themselves and their families. We hope to reshape our community and empower our students to make a difference. Through changing the lives of those in our community we hope to also impact neighboring communities so they may also benefit from education. We want to enable everyone so they may provide a better way of life for themselves and improve their communities. 

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Our Mission is to bring technology education to those in the Youhanabad area, so that they might be empowered and enabled to create a prosperous future for themselves and their families.  Our vision is to reshape the Youhanabad area through advanced education opportunities.  We want to help families pull themselves out of poverty by equipping them with the skills they need to gain employment that will be able to support themselves and their families. We hope to reshape our community and empower our students to make a difference. Through changing the lives of those in our community we hope to also impact neighboring communities so they may also benefit from education. We want to enable everyone so they may provide a better way of life for themselves and improve their communities. 

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Renaissance Education Foundation is working for the same women in Pakistan.Put hands together for help to pull our from prostitutions act.

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Cord blood may be the key to beating type 1 diabetes

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Australian researchers are making a world-first study to try to prevent the onset of type 1 diabetes by treating children with their own umbilical cord blood.

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Getting retweets is a sign that you captured the attention of your audience online, and that followers find your tweets interesting. Retweets are posts by your followers based on the original tweet posted by you or someone else.

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Socks is a online magazine about Media, Art, Architecture, Cities, Design, Technology.

 

Our society is obviously heavily dependent on oil.  Yet we often don't see the environmental impacts of our collective oil consumption on the landscape because the negative impacts have been spatially separated away from oil consumers.  This is an excellent compilation of photos by Edward Burtynsky that makes the connection between oil consumption and changes to both the physical and cultural landscapes explicit.  For more images by this artist, see: http://www.edwardburtynsky.com/ ;

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Welcome to Renaissance Education Foundation (REF)
www.reduf.org
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFLFlMHBxj0
http://www.facebook.com/posted.php?id=160491263966987
http://www.causes.com/causes/413232-renaissance-education-foundation-ref/about?m=7f992ebd
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https://profiles.google.com/u/0/Renaissance.edu.Foundation/about?tab=qh#Renaissance.edu.Foundation/about
Renaissance Education Foundation (REF) is determined to help our poor brothers and sisters in their dreams of a better future. The REF program aims for educational excellence for low income families.
REF helps young people who, after completing basic schooling, have no possibility to continue their education. REF helps students to continue with the traditional education as well as computer training.
REF also, helps these students stand on their own by adding computer training to their qualifications.
The in demand fields are currently petrochemical, aeronautics, agriculture/dairy, banking, clothing, and educational-based industries. Our computer based technology training provides expertise in all of these fields. Therefore, computer education has become a prerequisite for becoming a successful and member of society.
REF was established in 1996 as a Not-for-Profit Organization, and is sponsored by a team of dedicated young educators and professionals. REF is located in Youhanabad Lahore Pakistan. Youhanabad is a rural area of Lahore Pakistan, in an area that is largely Christian.
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Competency-based education may get a boost | Inside Higher Ed

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Renaissance Education Foundation

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The concept need literally refers to desire of acquiring something beyond capacity or a condition of poverty and misfortune. Extended families, overwhelming majority orphans, widows and many others due to sickness and other hazards with no fear or favor are needy. The social and economic impact caused by the death of partners or parents is devastating to those left behind.

To improve Quality of life by caring for orphans and the needy youths through supporting their 

Education and general welfare.

 

 Helping Orphan Children in need is the everlasting joy of their heart. We therefore, invite well-wishers to support us with direct financial support and other gifts to accomplish our objectives.

The Orphan children are studying in Renaissance Education Foundation Higher Secondary School.

 

Due to the poverty people spontaneous put their beloved children in orphanage for their better future, The Head Mother of St.James Orphan House  inviting everyone to read comprehensive sampler story. Let’s meet 14 year old ARZOO (Orphan) the student of class 6 who totally not satisfy from her life without father even in previous orphanage, She was in Orphanage Home School in class six where she was not satisfy with her Urdu medium education because she was not properly educating while she wants to become a Heart Surgeon in her future plan. 

Due to the poverty the mother is unable to support her to become a Heart Surgeon and obligate to put their beloved one to whom she deliver with unconditional pain and keep them in her best as all mother of the rich society.

We all especially mothers how all mothers oblige when their beloved evaporate.

She is in orphanage where Josephine James the Head Mother of the House is taking care of fifteen orphan children and all are studding in Renaissance Education Foundation Higher Secondary School.

Let’s put hands together to support Fatherless Arzoo to become a Heart Surgeon and meet her dream to serve the nation who unable to operate and unable to bear the expenditures of treatment.

Your donations can support to produce a heart Surgeon for the poor community, I assure you, yours kind support not only for one single ARZOO but this support directly indirectly will go to the entire community.

The Head Mother is ensuring you together we will be succeed to uplift the Christian community and successful students like Arzoo will support to create new moral families with their quality education.

We are looking forward your continued cooperation toward our meaningful cause produce Heart Surgeon through education.

 

Title of Account:                      Renaissance Education Foundation

 

Account Number:                    05580022001703

Swift Code:                             HABBPKKA007

 

Bank Name:                            Habib Bank Ltd,

 Bank Address                        Kir Kalan Branch, Lahore-Pakistan

 Bank No.                               0558

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Free Language Education on Web, Android & IOS

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Renaissance Education Foundation love to get this opportunity for our on going project.this is grate working what you are doing for the community visit us for more detailed information.
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Making Personal Finance Cool to Kids - TIME

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Financial education has garnered new attention in the post-recession world.
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Our Mission is to bring technology education to those in the Youhanabad area, so that they might be empowered and enabled to create a prosperous future for themselves and their families.  Our vision is to reshape the Youhanabad area through advanced education opportunities.  We want to help families pull themselves out of poverty by equipping them with the skills they need to gain employment that will be able to support themselves and their families. We hope to reshape our community and empower our students to make a difference. Through changing the lives of those in our community we hope to also impact neighboring communities so they may also benefit from education. We want to enable everyone so they may provide a better way of life for themselves and improve their communities. 

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The Netherlands haven for companies that violate human rights | Positions and Promotions

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The Netherlands haven for companies that violate human rights (The Netherlands haven for companies that violate #human_rights | http://t.co/5I8ODFmeaC)...
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Pray for our women in Pakistan not only women,pray for human rights of Christian in Pakistan.

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This Time For Africa: Barriers and Opportunities for Distance Learning in South Africa

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I am so overdue with this "Hot Topics Wednesdays" post because I wanted to share what I learned during my South African trip where I was invited by the Aspire group to design their Distance Learning Strategies...

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Register by November 4th for the 2012 iEARN Holiday Card Exchange!

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In the iEARN Holiday Card Project, facilitated by Judy Barr in Australia, teachers and students prepare an envelope containing holiday cards and send them using snail mail to the other schools in their group between October and December. Students are invited to make Christmas, New Year's, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Eid, or other cards celebrating their special holidays. Students are encouraged to explain how their family and their community celebrates, the type of food that is eaten and other traditions associated with the event. Each school will be placed in a group with approximately seven other schools and will prepare either handmade or purchased cards to send to each of the other schools.

 

 

Renaissance Education Foundation (REF) Higher Secondary School is appreciated the globe program on education, exchange study program which is very useful program for the students. Only one concern is that student should be register in USA school with their previous Credits to be added into the earned certificate, degree during the study in USA schools. Please put your kind notice on our Suggestion and suggestion is always be appreciated.


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Renaissance Education Foundation (REF) Higher Secondary School is appreciated the globe program on education, exchange study program which is very useful program for the students. Only one concern is that student should be register in USA school with their previous Credits to be added into the earned certificate, degree during the study in USA schools. Please put your kind notice on our Suggestion and suggestion is always be appreciated.
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How to Build Trust Online in 5 Steps?

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Trust can either make or break your online business, your online teaching, or your online job search. How do YOU rate when it comes to credibility and trust online?

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Visitors of REF

Dr. Agnes Tandler, Christine Mollhoff (South Asia Correspondent) visited Renaissance Education Foundation and warmly welcomed by the school students, staff a...
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White Dwarf's Atmosphere Recreated In The Lab Using The World's Most Powerful X-ray Machine

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To better understand the way white dwarfs emit light, experimental astronomers have recreated the photosphere of these stars using the world's most powerful X-ray machine.

 

White dwarfs are the glowing lumps of carbon left over after stars have used up all their fuel. They are hot, dense and small, typically with the mass of the Sun packed into the volume of the Earth.

The structure of these objects is complex. Astronomers cannot see the glowing carbon embers because white dwarfs are always surrounded by a thin, dense layer of gas, drawn in by the star's intense gravity.

 

It is this gas that glows with an intense white light at temperatures usually between 8000K and 16,000K--by comparison the Sun's atmosphere is about 6000K. The gas is largely hydrogen but can also contain helium, various metals and carbon. These elements are all easy to identify by looking at the characteristic frequencies at which the elements emit and absorb light, a technique known as spectroscopy. However, the intense heat and pressure at the surface of these stars distorts the spectra, causing the lines to spread, for example. That's handy for astronomers because they can use these distortions to work out the pressure at the surface, which depends on the surface gravity. When combined with other data, such as temperature measurements, this allows them to work out the radius and mass of the star.Stay with us at www.reduf.org

 


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Kids Who Get Driven Everywhere Don't Know Where They're Going

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A new study suggests vehicular travel affects children's ability to navigate their neighborhood and connect to their community.

 

We learn about the places around us by exploring.  Literally our mental map is formed by making choices (in part through trial and error) and that process strengthens our spatial perception of the neighborhood.  Research is showing that kids with a 'windshield perspective' from being driven everywhere are not able to draw as accurate maps as children for who walk and bike their neighborhood.  The built environment and the transportation infrastructure in place play a role in developing spatial thinking skills for young minds. 

 

This is a compelling article with some important implications.  What are the ramifications for geographers?  City planners? Educators?  Families moving to a new neighborhood?   Stay with us at www.reduf.org

 


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We may not realize it but when we take our kids out on drives to run errands or if we move to a different area we are ruining their understanding of the area they live in. Children often have a hard time of figuring out where they are if they constantly in a car looking at new places. This can cause them to lack a sense of direction and maybe have trouble remembering streets or landmarks near their homes. 

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CNN.com International - Breaking, World, Business, Sports, Entertainment and Video News

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CNN.com International delivers breaking news from across the globe and information on the latest top stories, business, sports and entertainment headlines.

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