Archive for July, 2009

Thare Machi Education

Thursday, July 9th, 2009

Technology bringing knowledge and hope In many parts of the world, women and girls as young as 8 are trapped. Trapped: By their society By their family By their circumstances By their poverty By their ignorance Today it remains the case that over a billion people live in extreme poverty – having less than $1 […]

TeachAManToFish

Thursday, July 9th, 2009

Helping people to help themselves – Education represents a powerful tool for generating jobs, improving incomes, and expanding the opportunities available to young people in developing countries.   TeachAManToFish is creating an international network of agricultural schools & partner NGOs committed to sustainable approaches to tackling rural poverty. We want to make the benefits of […]

Frank’s Art Goes East

Thursday, July 9th, 2009

Networker Frank Creber has recently become a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Frank, a long-time stalwart at east  London’s Bromley-by-Bow Centre, is currently developing a merchandising and public art enterprise, called Arteast. ‘It is run by people with learning disabilities and we make T-shirts, banners and shop window displays among other things,’ Frank explained.’ […]

ICRP – Initiatives Communautaires Pour La Reduction De La Pauvrete Au Burundi

Thursday, July 9th, 2009

  The Past Burundi existed as an independent kingdom for several centuries before being sucked into German East Africa in 1899. Following the defeat of Germany in WW1, Burundi together with Rwanda, passed to the control of Belgium, after which French became the language of administration. Independence in 1962, did nothing to diminish the long […]