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· August, 2007

Stories about Humanitarian Response from August, 2007

Ukraine: Volunteerism Promotion

Jamaica: “Miss Lou” Fundraiser to Benefit Dean Victims

Ukraine: Animal Shelter

On August 19, Ukrainian journalist Tanya Kremen paid a visit to an animal shelter located near a small town just outside Kyiv. Below are her impressions and thoughts, which she...

Tunisia: The Rich and Poor

Hong Kong: An Old Man Wishing To Live In Jail

Ukraine: Independence Day

Bosnia & Herzegovina: “Voluntourists”

Syria: Iraqi Refugee Crisis

Tanzania: Buy a calendar to support a school

Russia: Down's Syndrome Association

Will Sudan Always be Africa's Largest Country?

As the Sudanese blogosphere continues to grow, we’re increasingly witnessing more activity and hearing more diverse voices coming from it. Allow me to take you into its recent conversations.

Bangladesh: Aftermath of Flood

(The extent of flood in Bangladesh : Satellite Photo taken on August 3, 2007 courtesy Cegisbd) This year's floods have claimed 587 lives in Bangladesh so far. The floods have...

Iran:A Young Filmmaker got Electroshocked

Libya, Bulgaria: Torture of the Tripoli Six

Jamaica: Relief for Dean Victims

Morocco: An Introduction to Peace Corps Bloggers

Morocco is home to a rather diverse group of English-language bloggers, as I'm sure you have observed. While many are native Moroccans utilizing their English skills and still others are...

Malagasy bloggers rally for Madagascar's children

The Malagasy blogosphere was quite active on humanitarian efforts these past two weeks. It all started when Jogany at the purplecorner.com invited the Malagasy blogosphere to get involved in a...

Tanzania: Tanzania's model philanthropist

China: Kidnapped and sent to the mines

Joel from DANWEI translated the kidnapped case of a 17 years old boy, Wei Wenlin. He was kidnapped from Hebei on 6 of Aug and sent to a mine in...

China: An Electric Wire Thief

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