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· August, 2010

Stories about Humanitarian Response from August, 2010

Pakistan Flood: Relief Efforts By PKKH Team

Colombia: Cat Launching Video by Radio DJ Causes Outrage

A video uploaded by DJ Yohan Melguizo on popular social network Facebook two months ago is causing outrage among animal lovers in Medellin, Colombia.

Pakistan: Live Blogging Flood Relief Mission To Thatta Region

India: Floods In Jammu And Kashmir

Pakistan: Relief Efforts – Report From The Ground

Some times it requires a real experience to truly feel the magnanimity of a situation. In this post we share some reports from Global Voices author Salman Latif in Multan...

Pakistan Floods: First Hand Report From Kohistan

Pakistan Floods: First Hand Report From Charsadda

Pakistan: Field Notes From Doctors Of A Relief Team

Pakistan: Netizens In Action Helping Flood Victims

The floods in Pakistan have so far claimed more than 1600 lives and affected about 20 million people who are in dire need of relief and aid. Pakistani young netizens...

Global: Spreading Peace Through Images

Recently, a group of young entrepreneurs and photographers came upon the idea of spreading humanity, good will and positivity through images. On Aug. 16, their project - International Guild of...

Guinea Bissau: Videos about Water Scarcity

Tanzania: Solar Hope in Tanzania

Colombia: Siblings Create Dining Hall for Hungry Children

Mauritania: Floods Impact Aggravated by Disrupted Roads, Sewer Systems

North Korea: A North Korean Jet Fighter Crashed

Sierra Leone: Sierra Leonean Kansas City Wizards soccer star

A Quiet Independence Day for Pakistan

Given all the pain and gloom that surrounds the life of an ordinary Pakistani today, it is no surprise that this year's independence day was a quiet affair. Bloggers assert...

Pakistan: Sluggish Help For The Flood Victims

Pakistan Floods: Why Should We Care?

South Korea: A Pastor Facing Arrest for Visiting North Illegally

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