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On Thursday 18h of October, 3 of RippleZoo’s volunteers: Kamila Kobiera, Thays Brito and Aizhana Danabekova organised a bake...
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This week IKEA showed its last plastic straw in a display at London Design Museum after it refused to...
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45 people are missing because of heavy rains in northern India, reports ANI. According to the agency, the people...
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On Friday the 14th of September 140 ladies came together to Marco Pierre White Bar & Grill Restaurant, to support...
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In South Africa, two lion cubs were born via non-surgical artificial insemination, using fresh semen collected from an adult...
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So, I’m starting this blog with an exercise. I want you to look down your body. Run your hands...
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The World Health Organization reports more than 41,000 children and adults have been infected with measles in the European...
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Congo started using an experimental drug to fight Ebola virus, reports Actualite. The drug mAB114 was developed by Jean-Jacques...
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A team of scientists discovered a hybrid animal off the coast of Hawaii. A new report by Cascadia Research...
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It is fair to say that in times gone by, women were not valued enough in Irish society. It...
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The European cosmetics and personal care market was valued at 77.6 billion euros in retail sales in 2017, making...
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“One in four women will be raped. Only 10% will report it. The other 90% will take refuge in silence. 50% of...
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Where would we be without the internet and the world wide web? Internet has helped us to achieve the...
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This blog is the second that I have done about palm oil, however the first one I did was...
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Aside from our gorgeous children and our vision for a better future, the third thing on my list of...
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Since the start of 2018, the UK has been leading the charge in the plastic revolution that is sweeping...
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I will be sharing some tips on how to start where you are! Like I mentioned in my previous post,...
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Gender debate and, particularly, the debate for the equal pay, has been intensifying in the last few years. Gender...
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Are you tired of living a wasteful lifestyle? Then this is what you’re looking for. If you have really decided...
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Believe it or not, water IS a women’s issue. The physical act of fetching water is part of gender...
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The last month has seen allegations of new outrages in the Syrian Civil War broadcast across the media, specifically...
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It is common knowledge to us that children in Africa have a very hard time getting an education. We...
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Homelessness is an important social issue, prevalent across the globe. In some European countries prohibitive housing costs, overcrowding and...
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At Misión México, we recognise and celebrate the women behind the scenes, the women who fill our home with...
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Peacebuilders have long tried to bring peacebuilding out of the shadows and into the light, but it remains poorly...
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Corruption is an ugly word, and a worse realization. The last month have revealed a number of disheartening incidents...
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On any given night in Athens, Greece, if you were to venture into Omonia or Victoria squares or the...
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This World Water Day we’ll be taking a look at the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and how our Beyond...
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Reducing your carbon footprint is one of today’s most important environmental issues, especially considering the impacts that accelerated climate...
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Ever wondered what all that plastic from bottles, packaging, etc. actually does to the environment and sea life? This...
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Every day, you come home from work or school or college and you might cook yourself some dinner, maybe...
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According to the Oxford English Dictionary hygiene can be described as “conditions or practices conducive to maintaining health and...
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Literacy is a skill that most of those who possess it take for granted. The majority of our generation...
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By Fergal Turner, Incoming Program Manager for ExpoEdu In December president Nana Akufo-Addo launched the Ghanaian iteration of the...
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Preparing young adults for life beyond Misión Mexico… Our #1 goal at Misión Mexico is to provide the option...
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Healthy eating is a major factor that contributes to healthy living. We are a product of what we eat,...
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Barpello Catholic Mission, P.O. Box 47, Marigat, 30403, Kenya. July 20, 2017 Dear Eugene & Aidan Warm and friendly...
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There she was, in the middle of Market Street. It’s one of the busiest streets in San Francisco and...
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Imagine this. You are a female. You’re born in India and your parents, who are supposed to love and...
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Documentary watch: The True Cost and Minimalism (find them on Netflix now) Got a new date? Buy a new...
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Rebecca Constantino, Founder & Executive Director of Access Books Many children in low-income communities do not own a single...
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I feel the world would be a much better place if people could experience different cultures all together through...
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I’m asking you to believe. Not in my ability to create a change-but in yours.  – says this man...
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The Forgotten Refugees In media coverage about refugees arriving in Europe by boat via smuggling routes, the most commonly...
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How many of us tried to reduce our plastic use since the last blog? Was there any conceited effort...
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Ghana’s sanitation problem has been a serious topic that has been discussed all over the world in many years...
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To be a man, supports to be steel. Tough, strong, masculine, powerful, rebel and a hundred more adjectives I’ve...
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It is common knowledge by now that plastic is having a catastrophic effect on our beautiful oceans. It is...
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This latest blog is giving you a snapshot of just some of the countless environmental victories that happened in...
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Ever wonder how exactly all that plastic gets into the environment? In this article I will explain exactly how...
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What would you choose given that you have a choice to choose either Equality or Justice.? When fight to...
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Last weekend, I decided to start a 14 days birthday challenge to put a lasting smile on the faces...
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The city of San Francisco has more than 7,000 homeless people, and 35% (2,400) of these are women between...
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You don’t need to panic if someday you get to see a famous cartoonist, novelist, painter and a national...
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So, as Christmas gets closer and we’re all in giving mode, I want to shed light on a super...
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The biggest challenge today is to remain neutral, unbiased and open towards every single aspect of the issue. Though...
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This is Tony Hillery. He is a founder of Harlem Grown. In 2011, Tony decided to be a volunteer...
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Based in the London borough of Waltham Forest and produced by Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning, Barbican Junior Poets runs...
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This blog is about how you and your family can have an environmentally-friendly and ethical Christmas. This includes info...
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International volunteers day, mandated by the United Nations General Assembly is held on the 5th of December every year....
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I’ve been sitting for a while now, pondering and considering what to write about my first 4 days in...
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The 25th of November marks the international day for the elimination of violence against women. The important day was...
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Today is international students day which is held every year on November 17th. Students are the future of our...
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In short, the answer is yes. At the moment there are around 1.5 billion cows on the planet, and...
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A day in the life of a volunteer One of the aims as a volunteer is to spread positivity...
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If all you think of when you hear the word, garden, is beauty, then this post will interest you....
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Children at KHEL Charity were asked to write poems about peace. Below you can find the outcome of their beautiful...
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Angelina Jolie has just released her newly directed movie-documentary ‘First they killed my father’ on Netflix. Her new film is...
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Why do we continue to spend such huge amounts of money on wars and violence compared to how much...
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The 24th of October marks the anniversary of the UN charter coming into force in 1945. The UN was...
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Described as the “world’s most persecuted minority”, the Rohingya have again been the target of violent attacks, causing as...
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Global dignity day, the 18th of October is a day which was created to celebrate and make people aware...
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International Day for the Eradication of Poverty is a UN observance celebrated on the 17th of October every year....
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Ragida is 24 and her daughter Elena was born last week by C-section in a Greek hospital. She is...
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October the 11th is international girl’s day, this year the day focus “Girls’ Progress = Goals’ Progress: A Global...
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Homelessness is one of the world’s largest crises right now. The last time the UN attempted to a global...
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South Sudan may be the world’s youngest country, but the region has a long and turbulent history of conflict...
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If Europe is serious about meeting its climate change goals and staying in line with the Paris agreement, then...
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The current trend in the education world is quite unfair; you either have the money for a quality (or...
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Although Cameroon has an abundance of wealth from its  natural resources and good agricultural conditions in many regions the...
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“One of the most ubiquitous and long-lasting recent changes to the surface of our planet is the accumulation and...
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Interested in travel? Passionate about society and women’s rights? Then you need to make this inspiring community a priority...
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Since the 1950’s, it has been estimated that humans have made over 8.3 billion tonnes of plastic, and huge...
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With summer over, all over the world, children, teens and students are heading back to school for another year...
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My trip to Vesnova Orphanage in Belarus as a volunteer with Chernobyl Children International began on Friday June 16th...
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Recently Comic Relief visited our urban programme for the first time to see the sites and meet our entrepreneurs. We’re pleased...
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One Love. One Heart. Let’s get together… Most people attend UG and have no idea what is happening in...
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Despite the wind, rain and clouds Ripple Zoo’s first meet up walk/hike went ahead with great success. The aim...
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Anirudh Bhatt KHEL Photographer and Chronicler of Local Events The monsoons cause serious devastation in Shiv Puri Colony where...
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Students helping students succeed is a model that promotes sustainability and empowers future advocates for social change. When a...
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Global warming is an increase in the average temperature of the earth’s atmosphere (especially a sustained increase that causes...
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Worldwide, more than 150 million people would need a pair of glasses, but cannot afford it. They cannot learn, cannot work...
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I’ve tried time and time again to articulate my experience volunteering in Alexandreia, Greece with Refugee Support. Apparently, for...
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Slavery is a reality for an estimated 21 million people (minimum) every day, 5.5 million of which are children,...
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Tensions and violence are still escalating in Jerusalem and Israel / Palestine, originally due to the recent conflict surrounding...
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By Lalita Arya Founder KHEL Charities The Rispana River borders Shiv Puri Colony where Lakshmi Devi Academy (LDA), KHEL’s...
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by Henderson Kadammanja It’s July and the signs of winter can’t go unnoticed. It is late in the afternoon...
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Over the last few years, the UK and European press have dedicated extensive column inches to the Roma community,...
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Over a year since taking office, The Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs is quickly turning into a...
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Green Infrastructure is a term that has been in the know for a period of time. Sometimes, it is...
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Exponential Education is working on empowering both boys and girls to become social change agents in their communities in...
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Since the outbreak of Civil War in 2013, a crisis has been unfolding in South Sudan. Despite a peace...
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How is all started!!! The idea of Play and Learn Foundation was identified, conceptualized and developed in August 2013;...
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A year into the Truth Commissions process, changing governments and resistance from top-ranking officials continues to frustrate the path...
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Saturday the 24th of June saw an explosion of colour as Dublin’s annual pride parade took place on a...
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The word wonderful isn’t one that you’d associate with refugee camps. And yet, in Alexandreia, there were times when...
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Beni P. Bhatt General Manager KHEL Charities There was a turning point more than 30 years ago that changed...
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She closed her eyes and the whole day floated before her mind: heat, sun, sweat, child on her back...
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It is easy to take feminine hygiene for granted when products are relatively inexpensive and accessible. But in developing...
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Vision Statement: Play and Learn hopes to help eradicate poverty through sports, academic education and mentorship in not only...
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World Day Against Child Labour day is a day organised by the International Labour Organization (ILO). It has been...
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What comes to mind when you hear the word “Ocean”? A beautiful large blue body of saline water where...
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World Oceans Day 2017, a global day of ocean celebration. World Oceans Day helps raise the profile of the...
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Cover photograph: Vital supplies are desperately short across Yemen. The UN is able to help in some areas by...
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Right now, Venezuela is in the throes of a major socio-political conflict that is largely being ignored by western...
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What sets Exponential Education apart is that our organization focuses on capacity building. For example, in our Peer-2-Peer Program,...
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My name is Ahmad, I am 19, Kurdish from Syria and I left my country on my own 18...
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Insight on Conflict’s Bangladesh Local Peacebuilding Expert and Sumaya Imam Shuhcita say that to solve women’s problems in Bangladesh,...
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Written by Gilly Spence, Humanitas volunteer Ok I’m going to admit it, I’m emotionally ruined. Like totally and utterly...
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There is a group of extraordinary young men and women in northern Yemen. They are in very isolated, tribal...
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The Arab Summit in Jordan, concluded on March 29, 2017 (https://www.arabsummit2017.jo/en/news), was held under the title “do not split...
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The World Health Day is a global health awareness day which is celebrated every year on 7 April, under the sponsorship of the World...
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There are two sides to water in Ethiopia, the people who don’t have access to it and then there...
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A very 21st-century problem. Free speech across all walks of life is at risk, none more so than at...
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The first ever all-female flight deck crew for Royal Brunei Airlines has now operated a plane out of Brunei....
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It’s our day, ladies! Happy International Women’s Day to all of you. Even though we live in the 21st century,...
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Residents of Pokot, Kenya have appealed to their government to find alternative water sources as well as to allocate...
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Two worlds: the virtual world of the media, and the real world from the people. This is the amazing...
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Everything started with Alphin and his incredibly enormous 4-year-old smile, still surrounded by very few teeth, at the Mother...
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In November 2016 my wife and I visited Phakamisa while on holiday in South Africa. It was a mind...
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Sensational and unforgettable. These two words immediately come to my mind when I think of India. Meeting a foreign...
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Last Saturday we ran our very first charity event in aid of Phakamisa. Plenty more on the way soon!...
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Social Bite is a social enterprise that helps the homeless through its five sandwich shops and restaurant. It donates its profits...
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For many people, statistics and facts are often very hard to comprehended. This is due to huge numbers thrown...
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All of us have had those “ah-ha” moments that take our breath away. I personally had one of those...
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Phakamisa a Zulu word meaning “to uplift”, pronounced (pa-ga-mee-sa), is a charity based in Pinetown, a suburb of Durban...
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Yesterday our team went out and volunteered for the WheelMap cause and not only had a great time but...
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I have just finished watching a documentary on Sky titled “The Fight against Isis” fronted by Ross Kemp.  There...
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“We’re in a world where there’s famine and hunger and people are dodging bullets and having their nails pulled...
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If I had my life to live over…. I would have talked less and listened more. I would have...
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Andrew Forrest Founder of The Walk Free Foundation is working tirelessly to end Slavery across the world. Forrest, a...
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  “It’s really very simple, Governor. When people are hungry they die. So spare me your politics and tell...
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“You can’t do anything with empty hands,” says Amina from Afghanistan. She’s frustrated with her inability to help her...
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This happened on TAM airlines. A 50-something year old white woman arrived at her seat and saw that the...
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The least peaceful country is Syria Since 2015, seventy-nine countries have become less peaceful The Middle East and North...