This story is dedicated to the children of Pakistan and their common desire for proper schooling, and also to people all over the world who have supported this project. The usual embraces and endless cups of tea show the gratitude of the families, and is always overwhelming.s
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Anca Toader's insight:
Interesting @UNICEF article about choosing the right technology for social mobilisation during the #Ebola outbreak: "At the start of the outbreak, Unicef was contacted by over 50 technology companies all keen to play their part to help. The tech community has an important role to play in health emergencies like Ebola, but in order to make their contribution really meaningful those on the ground need to advise on where their help is most needed."
Google and Facebook both offer check-in tools for large-scale disasters so users can indicate whether they and others are safe. And people in Nepal have been using both in the wake of a 7.8-magnitude earthquake that hit the country early Saturday morning. With the death toll above 1,000, and rescuers frantically...
I am a big believer in continuing to work on stories for the long haul. That is what Patruno has done since 2011. He has been documenting the gritty truth about maternal health in sub-Saharan Africa for the past three years and shows no sign of letti...
"How do social norms affect behaviors? How can development programs benefit from a clearer understanding of them? David Jodrell of BBC Media Action offers insight on the influence of social norms and the potential role that media can play in promoting positive changes."
Launch page for our new app being released at the end of November. This is a social network to connect with those that have Autism, Breast Cancer, ADHD, and more... To support, communicate, and help others in their journey of life!
How do you make seen what is unseen, or capture a truth the world can’t—or won’t—see from the surface? Documentary photographer Björn Steinz shares his work and insights from documenting Roma settlements in Slovakia.
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