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· September, 2008

Stories about Humanitarian Response from September, 2008

29 September 2008

Maldives: Why are expatriate labors here?

Tajikistan: Real number of people in trouble

Myanmar: Aid still needed

Five months after the devastating cyclone which killed and displaced at least a hundred thousand people, Myanmar is slowly recovering. Relief efforts may be improving but international aid is still...

25 September 2008

China: Morality Crisis

22 September 2008

Iraq: Look at the World – Where is peace?

Today a mixed bag of posts. A meeting of old friends, a little politics, a coin of excellence, a dose of female geekery and, if you read to the end,...

20 September 2008

Brunei: Abandoned children

16 September 2008

Suez Canal donates 1,000,000 Egyptian Pounds to Doweika Victims

Like Asser Mattar, many Egyptians were happy to find out that Suez Canal canceled its annual celebration on September 14 to donate a total of one million Egyptian Pounds to...

Macedonia, Romania: Computer Literacy; Creative Commons

Cuba: Assessing the Damage

15 September 2008

Cuba: Suffering a Setback

South Ossetia: A Photojournalist's Musings On the War

Firsthand reports from the conflict zone in the Caucasus continue to appear here and there in the Russophone blogosphere. On Sept. 8, one month since the beginning of the war...

14 September 2008

Western Sahara: Summer is Over for Sahrawi Children

Traveling abroad to spend summer with a family in Spain, meeting movie stars like Javier Bardem, sharing special moments with volunteers who give them new school materials, summer is officially...