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Computers make a difference in a Nepali village.
Medical debate in the humanitarian world.
We’re supposed to help, not hurt those we serve. But inappropriate humanitarian product can see factories closed and unemployment increased.
Money really does matter in the humanitarian aid business. Even if we deal in donated product, we still need to pay the bills. But where do we go to find funding?
Global Hand has continued to expand the humanitarian customs guide; it now has information on over 130 countries.
Do you need people in your organisation? Many non-profits struggle to find enough hands for the job. In fact, delegates at our Global Hand Consultation in Budapest identified a shortage of labour as one of their greatest problems. In response, Global Hand has opened a section called "Volunteer...
Unemployment figures have reached tragic levels - in their 70's, 80's and 90's - in some of the world's worst hit economies. In response, many humanitarian groups are moving towards projects that create jobs. Global Hand has put together a listing of organisations involved in microenterprise...
A digest of the information available on Iraq in Global Hand's REACT section.
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