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Horn of Africa: UN scaling up efforts to aid millions affected by drought

United Nations, New York City, 12 July 2011 - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on countries to urgently support United Nations agencies in their ef...
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Esri Announces Keynote Speakers for Federal GIS Conference

Thousands of federal professionals will gather in Washington, DC, this month to explore the evolving role of geospatial technology in government.
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In Africa, UN chief spotlights progress in improving women's and children's health

United Nations, New York, 25 May 2011 -- Visiting with health workers in Ethiopia, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today spotlighted the progress made in impro...
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Shipping Containers Become Solar-Powered Internet Hubs in Rural Africa

Shipping Containers Become Solar-Powered Internet Hubs in Rural Africa | All matters Geometrical | Scoop.it
Solar power, old shipping containers and the internet are combining to help rural African communities survive and even thrive.
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SEEK - GIS Analyst Job in Newcastle, Maitland & Hunter

SEEK - GIS Analyst Job in Newcastle, Maitland & Hunter | All matters Geometrical | Scoop.it
Other, We are looking for a mid level GIS Analyst to join our established team in Newcastle. Available is an established client base and varied work.
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United Nations Webcast - UN calls for urgent action to aid drought-stricken Sahel in West Africa

Two top United Nations officials will travel later this week to Niger, where 5.4 million people are struggling to get enough to eat, part of a wider emergency affecting at least 10 million people across the Sahel region.
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