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NGO communications: 7 things to never do again

Why we think that changing “mind sets” begins by changing NGO public communications.

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Understanding aid dynamics: Are aid allocations truly based on need?

An analysis of funding provided by the USA’s Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) to over 100 countries over a 20 year period had some unexpected results.

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In the media: The European Year for Development

An overview of media coverage of the issues and Irish events of the European Year for Development.

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2015 – a possible turning point in history

“There are moments in history that become turning points. In our view, 2015 will be such a moment. It is the most important year for global decision-making since the start of the new millennium.”
– Read this open letter from a host of celebrities and activists

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2015 needs to become the beginning of an era

Reflections on the year ahead, by Gabriele Koehler.

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“Charity begins at home” is a misunderstood slogan.

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Read more: https://dochasnetwork.wordpress.com/2013/09/14/what-people-say-to-charity-begins-at-home/

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6,000 mosques in #Jordan will have rooftop #solar panels installed. "In an already fragile region, subject to the whims of the international oil market and regional unrest, Jordan relies on #fossilfuel imports to meet around 95 percent of its energy demand. Insert #renewables." This innovative new move to put solar panels on the rooftops of the country's mosques could make a huge difference to resources in the region. 
Find out more here: http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2015/02/25/3626956/jordan-mosques-are-going-solar/ For many years Butaleja District in Eastern Uganda has been ravaged by flood waters from the River Manafwa.

To help protect people against the destruction of their homes and farmlands, the Government of #Uganda installed solar	powered Flood Early Warning Systems to warn residents of raising water levels.

Read more: http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/Pages/TouchingLives.aspx?itemID=2 At "The World's Best News", we are trying to change perceptions of developing countries.
Well, here you go! 
See http://www.dardistantimes.com/pakistan/News/2133637675/17-astonishing-places-you-wouldn-t-believe-are-pakistan

Photo1: View of the Neelam Valley, Kashmir. One of the better tourist ranges in Pakistan, this valley is a 200km long bow-shaped, deeply forested region. At "The World's Best News", we are trying to change perceptions of developing countries.
Well, here you go! 
See http://www.dardistantimes.com/pakistan/News/2133637675/17-astonishing-places-you-wouldn-t-believe-are-pakistan

Photo2: Hunza Valley, Gilgit-Balistan. It’s nearly Spring, so we felt like sharing a few photos of Zimbabwe in bloom.

Photos: #Jacaranda flowers in #Harare, capital of #Zimbabwe

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