Have you ever wondered how do children born in war think about life?
Oppressions beyond Poverty: Child Sacrifice in Uganda
Candidates and their supporters would campaign for themselves when election days approach, often in the form of local campaigns, stations, and internet propagandas. Child sacrifice for the sake of election is unheard of in Hong Kong, but might not be so uncommon in Uganda, Africa.
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Post-war Rebuilding in Myanmar
Education opportunities and safety are civilian rights that shall be protected by any governmental bodies. When such rights could not be guaranteed, external support is called for in order to maintain a stable society.
There is a dormitory besides a public school in Sandung, in Kachin State, which benefits the students who would otherwise spend a lot of time travelling to and from their homes. It is also the home of multiple orphans. The building is far from spacious, and houses close to 80 people (including caretakers, pastors, and teachers) at its peak, around 50 during academic holidays. The demand to expand became increasingly apparent to locals as they too are concerned with the living conditions and the tight personal spaces between the adolescents, as well as the need to provide appropriate spaces to more school children to live with dignity.
Integral Responds to Cyclone Winston in Fiji Immediate Release
29 February 2016
Integral Members have raised an alert for Cyclone Winston, a category 5 storm which cut a path of destruction across Fiji on 20-21 February 2016. Damage to agriculture is estimated to be US$61 million with 100 per cent of crops destroyed in the worst affected areas. With an estimated 50,000 people currently sheltering in nearly 800 evacuation centres, the Fiji government has declared a 30 day State of Natural Disaster. [Source and more info here]
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Myanmar’s Long Road of Peace and Reconciliation
More than 5,000 civilians in Myanmar – over 3,000 ethnic Shan and more than 2,000 Ta’Ang – have been displaced last month by heavy fighting between two ethnic armies, one of which signed a recent national ceasefire accord while the other was excluded.
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