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Archive for August, 2009

  • Ride Oregon

    By on 13 August 2009

    Cycling, important stuff… and fun. The state of Oregon (USA) wants to become the best place in the country...

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  • Imagining Mozambique

    By on 12 August 2009

    From civil war to natural disaster, Mozambique has been plagued with an uncertain future. ImaginingMozambique.com brings to attention this...

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  • WWF: Our survival depends on theirs

    By on 11 August 2009

    Wow, look twice and tell us in the comments what you see. Hint: the first one portraits one of...

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  • Why I Choose immunization

    By on 10 August 2009

    The California Department of Public Health in partnership with the California Immunization Coalition, have recently unveiled a website campaign...

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  • Alzheimer: Give the gift of memory

    By on 9 August 2009

    Great guerilla action from AFAL (Asociación Nacional del Alzheimer), the Spanish Association of Relatives of Alzheimer’s Sufferers of Madrid....

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  • MSF: We can’t operate without your help

    By on 8 August 2009

    “One of our doctors is treating a 5-year-old boy. Militia have just raped his two sisters. Then clubbed his...

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  • The place they fear most

    By on 8 August 2009

    When home became a theatre of abuse and violence something is terribly wrong. Three ads from KPAI (Komisi Perlindungan...

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  • Pifworld: Charity you control

    By on 6 August 2009

    I don’t tell anything new that the role of the fundraiser is taken over by all of us the...

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  • In Case of Emergency: Cut Rope

    By on 4 August 2009

    Mumbai mobile service providers Aircel recently promoted their network via a novel billboard campaign which had a real rescue...

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  • “Art from the Streets” wins 2009 Lights. Camera. Help. film festival

    By on 4 August 2009

    The documentary film “Art from the Streets,” which chronicles a year in the lives of artists involved in Austin’s...

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