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January 19, 2017, No comments

Everyone knows that the UN’s 2015 Sustainable Development Goals were intended to literally make the world a better case. But a recent analysis shows how they might accomplish that in […]

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NGOs Step Up Aid to World’s Largest Refugee Camp: Dadaab, Kenya

December 17, 2015, No comments

Guest blog by Emma White, Auvisa.org [Photo: Australia’s former Parliamentary Secretary for Pacific Island Affairs, Richard Marles, visits Dadaa ...

Cisco Foundation support helps Parikrma Humanity Foundation provide a high-quality education to children from the Bangalore slums.

An Enduring Commitment to Strengthening Cisco’s Communities

August 25, 2015, No comments

By Ricardo Benavidez It started one day with a quiet knock on a classroom door where I was volunteering. A student at Joseph George middle-school in E ...

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Building Healthcare Skills in East Africa

August 19, 2015, No comments

The global health sector, particularly in the developing countries, faces critical workforce shortages. Africa ranks the lowest in the availability of ...

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    The Value of Mentoring
    July 21, 2015, No comments

    It has been proven that mentoring can improve a young person’s self-esteem, by guaranteeing a young person that someone cares and they are not alone in dealing with life’s challenges. [...]

  • Dr. Shona Duncan, fermentation specialist at the Wisconsin Institute for Sustainable Technology, is shown with the institute's 20 liter fermentor.
    New Short Course Offered in Biomass Bioeconomy
    July 8, 2015, No comments

    Gain familiarity with the integrated, interdisciplinary approach required in modern biotechnology in a new five-day course offered in August at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. This course, Introduction to Concepts [...]