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At 5:13pm on January 21, 2008, Humanitarian Media Foundation (HMF) said…
Thank you. We are looking forward to being a part of this community, and, too, to learning what topics would be most important for the conference. We would warmly welcome all of your ideas.
At 5:22pm on February 15, 2008, Marcio Ferraz said…
Basicaly the research at the State Agronomical Institute labs is aimed to define among the many plant species what are those more suited to different soil types and geographic regions since they do not compete with edible plants.
At 6:24am on February 21, 2008, Keith McGuinness said…
Thanks for your comments and congrats on the site.
At 10:56am on February 28, 2008, William Rosenfeld said…
Thanks for the welcome and letting us know about this site.

Investors Against Genocide is running a campaign to make sure mutual funds don't make investments that contribute to genocide. We have submitted resolutions to more than 50 mutual funds.

We need supporters to let shareholders know to vote their proxies, particularly those with Fidelity funds since there are votes on the issue scheduled in March, April, and May.

Go to http://investorsagainstgenocide.org/shareholderresolutions for more information.

Bill
At 5:45pm on March 5, 2008, Marcio Ferraz said…
To Development Crossing

Well, I know that this site's just underwent to modifications but I would like to suggest a feature that could be added to the site: currrently when the user is viewing the members page, it shows (mark) those that are online at the moment displaying "on line" in green letters under his/her photo. My suggestion is: to allow the members to interact with each other much like an MSN Messenger - by simply clicking on the photo, that in turn would open a window prompting them to chat. I don't know if someone else have already suggested that or if it is already 'in the works' by Development Crossing but it would be nice to have something like that.
Best regards
Marcio Ferraz
At 12:20pm on March 10, 2008, Lauren Miller said…
I go to school in a city that is very environmentally friendly, and aware of its impact so environmental studies just seemed to fit with ease here. Currently, my school only has a minor in it, but i'm sure that will change soon!
My sustainable class incorporates the business and social side of sustainability. We read case studies on successful business techniques using microlending, and focusing on the "bottom of the pyramid." Recently, the co-founder of Fair Indigo (a great fair trade clothing company) came in to speak to us, and the head of the department for Sustainability in SC Johnson. It is the first time this class has been offered at my school, and it is a great opportunity to be part of it!
At 6:32pm on March 13, 2008, Henry Klen said…
Guys/ Girls I just wanted to say you have put some serious effort put into this. I know the old blog and loved it but this is incredible. The members are awesome. Thanks again.
At 5:06pm on March 19, 2008, William Rosenfeld said…
Our www.InvestorsAgainstGenocide.org site is usually very current with what we're doing / accomplishing. Today was a big day since we had our first vote on our shareholder proposal at Fidelity. Check out the AP story: http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2008/03/19/ap4795003.html

Write me at info@InvestorsAgainstGenocide.org if you have specific questions.

Bill
At 3:23pm on April 10, 2008, Keith McGuinness said…
Sorry DC, am I note meant to put links in my posts?
At 3:28pm on April 10, 2008, Keith McGuinness said…
Thanks...how do I post a direct link?
At 3:49pm on April 10, 2008, Keith McGuinness said…
Thanks!
At 8:38am on April 12, 2008, Erle Frayne Argonza said…
Good day from Manila! Thanks for this professional network you've all opened. Let's all have great 'goodwill hunting' and 'goodwill harvest' via this network. Carpe diem! Mabuhay!
At 2:49am on April 13, 2008, h singh said…
great effort towards the social development together
At 10:20am on April 15, 2008, John Tamayo said…
It is nice to be here in one professional network whose aim is putting all skills into social development endeavor, and this network is starting to gain members all over the world..

Asante sana rafiki!
At 10:04pm on April 21, 2008, Mary Lovatt said…
Thanks!
At 9:27pm on May 9, 2008, ATMZAKIR Hossain said…
Currently we are busy helping the cyclone sidr affected people in coastal Bangladesh.
At 5:49am on May 10, 2008, Leni said…
DC,
Thanks for the invite! Nice site -amazingly and quickly interactive, and very interesting contents-.
At 12:53pm on May 10, 2008, Faisal Ibn Jafar said…
Happy to be connected with you
At 12:55am on May 11, 2008, S M Nazer Hossain said…
I am sure all will support this initiatives. ISDE Bangladesh has been serving the poor and under served in southeastern part of Bangladesh. We are interest to work with others
At 12:56am on May 11, 2008, S M Nazer Hossain said…
OPPORTUNITY FOR INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTARY PLACEMENT

Integrated Social Development Effort (ISDE) Bangladesh a national non profit making, voluntary, social development organization based in southeastern part of Bangladesh involved in socio economic development and reduction of poverty of the under developed & hardcore rural, urban & coastal women, hilly tribal/indigenous people, minority and slum dwellers. The major activities of ISDE are; organization building of poor, non-formal education for school drop out & working & street children, micro credit for income and self employment generation for poor women, social forestation, primary health care and MCH, home gardening and nutrition education, regenerative agriculture, fisheries and livestock, environmental health and sanitation, access to justice, good governance, gender equity, ICT, youth & child development, democracy and legal education, disaster preparedness and response.

The ISDE working areas Cox’s Bazar, Chittagong Rangamati and Bandarban hill district is naturally beautiful and national tourism and Health City. Historically the Cox's Bazar and Chittagong areas were the hinterland of the Zaminders and the Bandarban hill district was that of the tribal Rajas who collected revenue but did nothing for the people.

ISDE Bangladesh offers the short and long-term voluntary placement for the following sectors in the normal works, besides it also organized year round work camps for 1-2 weeks for specific events and times. The sectors are;
Administration: Accountants, Computer Operator, Projects Officer, Documentation officer, Monitoring & Management Advisor,

Education: Primary & Secondary Teachers, Teachers trainer, Curriculum Developer, English Language Trainer.

Agriculture: Agriculturists, Agronomist, Horticulturist, Forester, Livestock officer, Fisheries officer.

Facilities will provide by ISDE:

ISDE will provide the following facilities to the volunteers during the placement;
• Free accommodation
• Local transportation facilities
• Cooking facilities
• Pocket allowance for long-term volunteers

If you are interest to work for the welfare of under developed community people and enjoy your vacation time in developing countries and able assist us in the any of the sectors mentioned above, please response as early as possible in the following address.
Mr. S M Nazer Hossain, Executive Director
Integrated Social Development Effort (ISDE) Bangladesh
House # 339 Road # 14, Level-II, Block-B, Chandgaon R/A Chittagong-4212 Bangladesh.
Tel: 880-31-671727, 0607-4382351, 0171-3110054(T&T) Fax; 880-031-610774(attn. isde)
E-mail: info@isdebd.org, isde.bangladesh@ gmail.com, isdebangladesh@Yahoo.com
Web: www.isdebd.org

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