golf
16 Oct
  • By Kamila

€17,000 Raised at a Golf Outing in Aid of Cameroon

On the 24th of September 22 teams (88 people) came together to support our Cameroon work in a golf outing. The event took place at Druids Glen. Together we have successfully raised €17,000.00 and all the funds will go directly into our projects: bringing a water supply to a hospital, installing toilets & sinks and […]

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ppm
05 Oct
  • By Aizhana Danabekova

Six rescue divers drown trying to save teen in Malaysia

In Malaysia, in the state of Selangor, six divers have drowned during a rescue operation. The divers were looking for a 17-year-old teenager who disappeared the day before when he was fishing on the shore of a reservoir with his friends. According to the local authorities, the rescuers fell into a whirlpool, and because of […]

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eag
04 Oct
  • By Aizhana Danabekova

Farm worker who poisoned 406 eagles jailed and fined

In New Zealand, a man has been jailed for 14 days and fined $2,500 for poisoning 406 eagles. Murray James Silvester, a 59-years-old farm worker, admitted that he killed the birds from October 2016 to April 2018. Moreover, the eagle bodies were found hidden in the bush and scrub on three separate farms spanning 2,000 […]

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con
24 Sep
  • By Kamila

RippleZoo Container on the way to Cameroon!

For the past few months RippleZoo has been collecting goods to be send in the container to Cameroon. Due to many generous donations, our container left Dublin and is on its way to Batoufam. The 40ft container is full of medical goods such as hospital beds, medicine (painkillers, antibiotics, hydrocortisone creams, antibiotic creams, eye drops), […]

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18 Sep
  • By Kamila

Ladies Lunch in Aid of Cameroon

On Friday the 14th of September 140 ladies came together to Marco Pierre White Bar & Grill Restaurant, to support our ongoing Cameroon Project. We have successfully raised €13,000.00 and all the funds will goes directly into our projects: bringing a water supply to a hospital, installing toilets & sinks and building classrooms in a school. Listen […]

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saudi
29 Aug
  • By Aizhana Danabekova

Saudi Arabia: women to get a pilot license

Women in Saudi Arabia will be able to pilot civilian airlines. The General Authority for Civil Aviation (GACA) issued licenses for five women to work as crew commanders on Saudi Arabian Airlines aircraft. Earlier, the GACA said that one of the Saudi women has a special pilot license named “PPL” which allows her to fly […]

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ebola
15 Aug
  • By Aizhana Danabekova

New drug for Ebola outbreak in Congo

Congo started using an experimental drug to fight Ebola virus, reports Actualite. The drug mAB114 was developed by Jean-Jacques Muyembe, a scientist, who survived Ebola in Kikwit in 1995. “Thus, mAB114 became the first treatment against the virus, which will be used in connection with the active epidemic of Ebola,” the Ministry of Health Affairs […]

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mon
14 Aug
  • By Aizhana Danabekova

Italian nurse bequeathed 600 000 euros to her hospital

A hospital employee bequeathed to her medical institute located in Trieste of 600 thousand euros, reports Il Piccolo. Maria Bologna, a former nurse, died last year at the age of 95. She remained without relatives after the death of her son and husband. Therefore, she decided to give all of her savings to the hospital […]

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kot
03 Aug
  • By Aizhana Danabekova

Cat-throwing Frenchman gets 5-months in prison

The French Justice sentenced a man who threw his cat out off a balcony from the second floor to five months in prison. The incident occurred on April 26 in Roubaix, northern France. The animal died shortly from its injuries, and its owner was charged with its death. Moreover, this was not the first time […]

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