Browsing All posts tagged under »Global Poverty Project«

Live Below the Line: April 29-May 03, 2013

April 11, 2013

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It’s official! I am now part of the Live Below the Line campaign. Visit my Live Below the Line profile to learn more about why I’m participating and about the US Fund for UNICEF, which is the organization that I’ll be supporting in this campaign. My goal is to raise $500 starting today until May 31st, which […]

Imagine $1.25 A Day

September 14, 2012

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Could I live on $1.25 a day? Do I even have the skills, the resourcefulness, and the will to live at $1.25 a day? At $1.25, I could probably get a burger from a fastfood place, but I will have to ration it for an entire 24 hours. I’d probably have to live in a small shelter […]

Upcoming Events

September 7, 2012

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These are upcoming events that I just found out about recently. I’d like to share them with my readers because there is still time to participate! So if you’re interested, definitely check them out. September 08, 2012, various locations – Walk for the Children of Syria: $5.00 per participant will be donated to UNICEF to support its work […]

Eradicate Polio NOW

September 4, 2012

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The number of annual polio cases has dropped from 350,000 in 1988 to 1,606 in 2009 (see UNICEF Polio Eradication). According to PubMed Health, polio is a disease caused by the virus poliomyelitis, which could be spread from direct person-to-person contact, and contact with infected mucus, phlegm, or feces. The most at risk groups for […]

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