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Dorothee
Germany

Zambian Street Children - These Were Too Ashamed To Allow Their Faces To Be Published On The Internet, So I Had To Edit This!

Zambian Street Children - These Were Too Ashamed To Allow Their Faces To Be Published On The Internet, So I Had To Edit This!

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May 27, 2010
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Self-Made By Me: In Sudan About 84% Of All Girls And Women Are Illiterate Which Makes It Even Harder For Them To Earn Their Living In A Least Developed Country Like This One! Edited By Myself: Somalian Street Children

Edited By Myself: Somalian Street Children

May 27, 2010
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The Growth of Guinea's Economy According To Two Different Statistics (I only marked the last few years by using fat, red lines, because they are the most important. After all; who would care about this country's economy in 2001 more than in 2010.) Critically Endangered Waved Albatross (I Made This.)

Critically Endangered Waved Albatross (I Made This.)

May 28, 2010
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| 08:52 PM Jan 11 2019

Dorothee

Germany

This month’s sample of the monthly magazine ‘Zeitleo’ says that in a mine in Zambia an emerald was found that weighs about 1 kg and is twice the size of the biggest diamond ever found.

| 01:52 AM Apr 14 2017

Dorothee

Germany

“Domradio” says that the archbishopric of Cologne (North Rhine Westphalia /Germany) now donated 32 wood cookers to different charitable institutions in Zambia. The money for these items came from a bicycle-tour organized by the archbishopric.

| 09:17 AM Mar 10 2017

Dorothee

Germany

“Domradio” says that the Roman-Catholic church of Münster is going to donate 100.000,00 dollars to “Caritas”’s projects in the East of Africa – including Zambia:
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Re-upload: The “Liebenzeller Mission”
Liebenzeller Mission
Sparkasse Pforzheim Calw
Bank Code: 666 500 85
Conto-Nr.: 33 00 234
IBAN-Nr.:
DE27 6665 0085 0003 3002 34
SWIFT-BIC:
PZHSDE66
for example runs a free hospital in Bangladesh as well as in this poor country where diseases spread easily, but most people can’t pay a decent treatment. This hospital however even supplies those who need it due to their disease with a special diet. In case of a disaster they even have some first-aid stations and also places where they teach pregnant ladies what to do during their pregnancy as most of them don’t even know what a foetus or an embryo requires. In addition to that they spread scholarships among very intelligent Bangladeshis. Similar hospitals are also run in Zambia and Burundi. But also South-Africa causes problems as here AIDS spreads very fast. To be precise it spreads so fast that it even does harm to this country’s economy. In Malawi the case is even more extreme as here we we have about 150 cases of people dying of HIV every single day. Except for the orphanages run by “Liebenzeller Mission” there are little to no institutions that would care of the children left behind and except for the native South Africans hired and paid by this mission there is little to no person who would earn his living by teaching people about HIV and how to prevent getting infected with this virus.
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Re-upload 2:
To help only the people of Zambia, you should visit “http://www.lubuto.org/”, “http://www.projectconcern.org/site/PageServer?pagename=Responding_to_the_AIDS_Crisis_in_Zambia” and “http://forhope.chipin.com/the-hope-foundation”.
Zambia also belongs to these Least Developed Countries. If you want to help the poorest children there, then you should visit the following websites: “http://gloskafrica_org.tripod.com/gloskafrica.org/id4.html” and “http://www.justgiving.co.uk/Kilimanjaro-and-London-Marathon”. There they’ll tell you what to do

| 08:33 AM Mar 10 2017

Dorothee

Germany

The Cafe-Bakery Mayer in the street Rathaus 2, Metzingen, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany now announced that between March 9th and March 21st they will sell fair-trade coffee only. To any customer asking they will show the bag and the trustworthy fair-trade label this coffee belongs to.
Zambia too produces coffee under injust conditions.

| 08:29 AM Mar 10 2017

Dorothee

Germany

This month’s sample of the German newspaper “Dein Spiegel” also contained a report about two orphaned brothers – lost their parents to HIV – in Zambia who now live with their maternal grandparents. Even though these brothers are still children, they have to support the family financially by working in quarries – despite all the accidents that happen to children who work in places like these and despite health risks. Interestingly enough these two aren’t even paid by a single person or company, but rather take stones of value, stand by the road with them and hope that a truck driver trading with stones like these would stop sooner or later and buy their rocks.