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Fairgreentrade.com is designed to allow consumers, retailers and manufacturers the ability to interact and create the easiest path to finding products, services and source materials. Fairgreentrade.com will offer specific areas of interest to help narrow down what users are looking for and put them...
Fusion Youth Club is a youth centre in Bournemouth serving youths aged 3 to 11. It was formed by the Bournemouth Spiral Partnership and Bournemouth Youth Service. Fusion Youth Club provides a safe venue for entertainment where young people can spend time and meet new people. Services include...
All Nations Believer's Church (ANBC) is a religious organisation involved in various humanitarian projects.
Development Partners for Eastern Europe (DPEE) is dedicated to the restoration and raising of the standard of living in the countries of Eastern Europe and CIS by fostering sustainable community development.
VODA Uganda is a community based organisation serving the poor and disadvantaged children and their families in Namuganga subcounty, a rural part of Mukono District. VODA empowers the poor with skills to enable them to identify, explore and utilise their potential in addressing the problems...
A website for jobseekers interested in development work. It provides international job announcements on various development fields, including microfinance, poverty alleviation, and community development.
"Research suggests that there are over 20 million redundant mobile phones in the UK..."
"Between 1997 and 2007, nearly 500 million personal computers will become obsolete - almost two computers for each person in the United States."
" There are more than 600 million telephone lines today, yet almost half the world's population has never made a phone call."
"Over 20 million personal computers became obsolete in 1998, but only 13 percent were reused or recycled."