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Asia's Next Challenge: Securing the Region's Water Future

The global demand for fresh water is soaring as supply becomes more uncertain. Water-related problems are particularly acute in Asia-the … Read More»

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Offer: Asia's Next Challenge: Securing the Region's Water Future

Please join the Asia Society and the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program and China Environment Forum for a discussion of … Read More»

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HELP Telemedicine Update

Well... it have been a while since I have offered any updates here. Recent travels to the Philippines and the HUGE effort now underway there, have admittedly kept me quite overwhelmed with work. … Read More»

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The Fund for Women in Asia debuts SOLD - a film about Trafficking

The Fund for Women in Asia invites you to a premier screening of clips from SOLD, a feature length documentary about sex slavery and child prostitution in Southeast Asia. … Read More»

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Offer: Leadership and Advocacy Training for Women with Disabilites in South Asia

Regional Leadership Training: (TOT): 7 days … Read More»

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Women and WaterAid Issue Sheet (PDF file, 4 pages)

This issue sheet offers a broad overview of how women's work, health and well-being is impacted by water issues, primarily in Africa and Asia. It concludes with a summary of women taking the issue into their own hands. "In Africa and Asia women are generally responsible for collecting water for their families. On average, in rural Africa, women spend 26% of their time collecting water, which often means having to walk five miles or more to the nearest water source. … Read More»

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Regional Updates from World Pulse Media's Daily Editorial Files***

Searching for information about a certain region? You're in the right place. These feeds are updated daily to provide PulseWire users with quick access to relevant information published outside of our site. With the help of RSS technology (tips and training below), our volunteer researchers monitor a multitude of global news sites and blogs each day. ***The Daily Editorial Files are a service of World Pulse Media (www.worldpulsemagazine.com). Information included here is not verified or endorsed by either PulseWire or World Pulse staff. … Read More»

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