WOMEN’S RIGHTS Bibek Bhandari in Kathmandu Many perpetrators of such horrific violence in Nepal go unpunished because of the limited scope and restrictive requirements of the law For Nepalese burn victim Rita Dangol, the scars on her face and body … Read More
Hello, Here is little brief of myself. I hope you will enjoy to read it. If I need some requirements or make some mistakes in this notes, I would like to beg your forgiveness. James.
Aljazeera / 101 East examines what is driving the high number of fatal road accidents in Laos and Southeast Asia. When French paramedic Sebastian Perret witnessed a fatal accident in the Laos capital, Vientiane, in 2010, he was shocked that no … Read More
According to UNESCO, progress in connecting children to schools has slowed down over the past five years. Areas that lack suitable school routes can often flood, making it even harder for kids to commute. Dangerous paths are one of the … Read More
Volunteers save lives in Vientiane, Laos, where road toll is among world’s worst Vientiane has been dubbed the most relaxed capital in the world, with its wide boulevards, low-rise buildings, and sleepy, colonial charm. But come nightfall the streets in … Read More
It’s been about 25 years since 100 Friends was founded back in 1989. Our goal was to raise and distribute one million dollars to the needy in developing countries and we surpassed that goal back in March, 2012. I couldn’t … Read More
Marc Gold’s father—well-known Atlantic City photographer Al Gold — spent much of his life photographing celebrities like Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe. This same man inspired his son, Marc, to follow in the footsteps of Mother Teresa. As the founder … Read More
Video compilation of several clips edited into one clip from Cambodia, Tibet, etc.
Building a dream By Raina LeGarreta – Lifestyle & Arts Editor Published: Thursday, January 26, 2012 1:00 PM PST While most students in Elk Grove enjoy the benefits of going to school, learning, and planning for their future, hundreds of … Read More