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UPC to host storytelling session with ‘Humans of New York’ founder

The Daily Nebraskan 25 Feb 2021
There’s something fascinating about the everyday strangers we pass by in the street ... On Feb ... via Zoom ... Since the project’s inception, Stanton has expanded his mission to include not just New Yorkers, but humans from around the globe. He’s gathered stories from places like Iran, Jordan, Uganda, Kenya and many more ... culture@dailynebraskan.com. .
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Dreaming of adventure? There’s a Uganda safari for everyone

St Albans Messenger 23 Feb 2021
Coined the "Pearl of Africa" by none other than Winston Churchill, Uganda has the perfect safari for every type of adventurous traveler ... Uganda is the home of over half the globe’s population of endangered mountain gorillas ... For true adventurers, getting to know the beauty of Uganda by bicycle is an experience like no other.
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Meet the Indigenous UBC scientist charting the future of fisheries — one salmon at a time

Info News 13 Feb 2021
They know the fish intimately, she says, and their words offer insights into the fish’s demise — and offer her hope they will recover ... Originally from P.E.I., a love for the ocean led her to study freshwater ecology as an undergrad — in Uganda ... Her work in Uganda led to more opportunities around the globe ... .
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Baldwinite Grace Callahan dies at 94

LI Herald 03 Feb 2021
Grace Callahan. Grace Callahan, 94, of Baldwin, died on Jan. 24 ... She was also among a small group of donors who helped bring a supply of fresh water to a village in Uganda. Friends and family said she not only touched the lives of those privileged to be part of her daily world, but those across the globe and behind prison walls ... 29. .
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Kyrgyzstan ballads, Okinawan folk, Ugandan hymns … the album rewriting global music history

The Guardian 26 Jan 2021
Cue outrage, at least from English-speaking listeners ... This sonic smorgasbord from across the globe lives up to the provocative title, with music from Afghanistan, Sudan, the former Yugoslavia, Uganda, Spain, Albania, Mongolia, Mexico and elsewhere ... ....
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Kyrgyzstan ballads, Okinawa folk, Ugandan hymns … the album rewriting global music history

The Observer 26 Jan 2021
Imagine an anthology of 20th-century music making that purposely ignored pop, rock, jazz, blues, country, classical and opera ... This sonic smorgasbord from across the globe lives up to the provocative title, with music from Afghanistan, Sudan, the former Yugoslavia, Uganda, Spain, Albania, Mongolia, Mexico and elsewhere ... Photograph ... Mine certainly is ... .
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From the land of the free to the country of the unhinged

Mail Guardian South Africa 25 Jan 2021
But, sadly, it did not ... Although it would be easy to give in to the view that the US has now reaped what it sowed, this approach would be parochial, given the fragile state of democracy across the globe. There are numerous examples to choose from, the latest being the contested electoral outcome in Uganda ... Read part 2 here ... Subscribe to the M&G.
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Helping Hand for Relief and Development Paves A Path of Success Through Education Support

Iosco County News Herald 24 Jan 2021
24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Helping Hand for Relief and Development (HHRD) observes the United Nations' annual International Day of Education as it continues to provide educational services for needy children across the globe ... Kenya, Jordan, Lebanon, Pakistan, Somalia, and Uganda.
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Tom Warth: 50 million books and counting … on the future of Africa

Pioneer Press 23 Dec 2020
The coronavirus, as it spreads across the globe, has shown us how interconnected the international community has become ... As I stood in that empty library in Uganda all those years ago, I never imagined that such a simple idea of sending books across the globe could make a difference in the lives of students.
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Kevin Bell Trust marks return home of 1,000th body of an Irish person who died abroad... 'It's honour and privilege to do this work in memory of our son'

Belfast Telegraph 05 Dec 2020
It isn't the sort of milestone you celebrate. But Colin Bell has every reason to be proud of his achievement at having repatriated the bodies of over 1,000 Irish people who died abroad ... It has repatriated bodies from almost every corner of the globe, including Argentina, Cambodia, Ecuador, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Uganda and Vietnam ... .
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Kevin Bell Trust marks return home of 1,000th body of an Irish person who died abroad... 'It's an honour and a privilege to do this work in memory of our son'

Belfast Telegraph 05 Dec 2020
It isn't the sort of milestone you celebrate. But Colin Bell has every reason to be proud of his achievement at having repatriated the bodies of over 1,000 Irish people who died abroad ... It has repatriated bodies from almost every corner of the globe, including Argentina, Cambodia, Ecuador, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Uganda and Vietnam ... .
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Feature: African American shares Chinese Wushu culture in Botswana

Xinhua 03 Dec 2020
GABORONE, Dec ... According to Scott, the Chinese people believe in sharing and multilateralism, something that he keeps bearing in mind and has led him to visit a number of countries across the globe to share with them the Chinese culture. In Africa, he has been to Angola, Cote d'Ivoire, Tanzania, Uganda, Ghana and many others ... Enditem. .
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AFA credits God for ‘guiding us’

The Daily Independent - Ashland 25 Nov 2020
“I’ll admit it, I didn’t know how it was going to get done,” she said of the prospects of building a Christian school in Uganda ... The teachers were paid even though COVID cancelled school in Uganda, too ... When the globe was on lockdown, including in Uganda, the government said it was OK for “construction sites” to continue working.
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