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The Docterr 2h
The is a & disaster that has, in one year alone, rapidly grown in numbers, yet declined in access & resources. More than 1.3 million targets of violent attacks in State in Myanmar & host communities have been affected
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The Docterr 2h
The official status of "" is something the struggled with for yrs. Before 1992, those who moved to focused on , near the border. 2 official camps supported the influx of people - & . (
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EP2030 23h
Smiles of hope: women in camps in Northern Uganda. We must be full of hope and praise. Extreme has halved in the last 15 years. Yet 800 million people still live on less than $1.25 a day. We must fight to see an end to extreme poverty. It is possible.
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theGentlemanofOZ ©®™ 🇦🇺 Feb 21
Tomorrow I will have to get some work done on my philosophical discourse on human nature and the placing of the hexis virtue as the human good that is defined by the ancestral mindset. now in 💩
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nicolacois Feb 21
RT MSF: Cartoonist EBaronCartoons visited our clinic in Shatila refugee camp, , and created 7 powerful illustrations after meeting our patients. Explore the series to understand some of the struggles women face while living in exile: …
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Tamer Yazar Feb 17
Hoda Muthanna with her 1-year-old son at al-Hawl camp in ! She is only American among 1,500 foreign & ! She says she “deeply regrets” travelling to Syria to join the group & has pleaded to be allowed to return to her family in !
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One Journey Festival 9h
Join our free film screening & panel at next week and hear from our incredible panelists about the resettled refugee experience. Meet our partner organizations and learn how you can get involved. We hope to see you there!
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Aubrey Yeh 22h
SO proud of the kiddos I work with. 8 parent/teacher conferences this week with 8 great reports! It's so encouraging to see our weekly homework club paying dividends (plus, I'm just really proud of their hard work)!
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theGentlemanofOZ ©®™ 🇦🇺 2h
will find this Book on my shelf asap! "Empire of the Winds" by Philip Bowring. Now I am reading much easier material in other for proficency in Thai (), Japanese (), Indonesian. now in
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Oriana Trejo- Astrodivulgación 22h
As an international student I understand how difficult it can be to adapt to a foreign country and leave your family and country. However studying abroad is a personal decision and being a is not. For this reason in the STAR project.
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theGentlemanofOZ ©®™ 🇦🇺 3h
One of my favourite spots in the world, the Chinese Temple in , just over the river is Thailand. That river is the where fish as old as dinosaurs live. now in
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theGentlemanofOZ ©®™ 🇦🇺 18h
The best book to have fun learning the history of London! One of my favourite reads I have not yet got to read the rest of Edward Rutherford's collection. now in 💩
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Kami Mulzet Feb 19
Thank you for the conversations sparked by Refugee in my 6th grade social studies class. The students LOVED your book! As I read it, they kept notes. The novel sparked important discussions, connections to current events, and general curiosity.
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theGentlemanofOZ ©®™ 🇦🇺 Feb 20
Is now making his move to change the FBI from being a politically minded instituation to an gov. agency that is neutral in the affairs of politics and works to its mandate. now in 💩
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Naomi Steer Feb 21
I am really proud of the generosity of supporters. When the daily clean water ration in camps in Sudan dropped to the amount used in one toilet flush, you answered the call. Thanks to you, UNHCR provided more clean water and improved sanitation facilities.
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theGentlemanofOZ ©®™ 🇦🇺 23h
I miss driving! Typically I ride a motorcycle in Asia the car is for family outings. This is my dream vehicle, the biggest tractor there is. now in
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theGentlemanofOZ ©®™ 🇦🇺 19h
I wonder if I will ever tour cycle again after this. I have cycled Indonesia, Australian, Thailand. This bike was taken from far south to far north . now in
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Iain Shaw ☄️ 12h
Replying to @Telegraph
, no-one paid any attention when this woman lost her first two children while in the protection of the terrorist group including her parents and family in the so what’s changed in context with her terrorist husband and her living in a camp?
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