Distinctive Methods for Apparel Printing

There are a number of various methods available for clothing producing. Some strategies require commercial technology and specific equipment, and some are easy to perform with fundamental craft products. Although some strategies require a large start-up cost, they will create hard-wearing, high-quality designs […]

By | 2022-09-14T18:52:33+00:00 September 13th, 2022|Categories: Personal Stories|0 Comments

How to Support Your Child Going to University

You remember helping them tie their shoes, pack their schoolbag, and help with homework. Now your child is close to finishing secondary school and ready to begin the next step of their education journey.

And this is a big step to make. Your child is […]

By | 2022-08-24T10:44:34+00:00 August 24th, 2022|Categories: Personal Stories|0 Comments

Youth Movement For Intercultural Dialogue

On the 19th of June, more than 20 people from 16 different nations gathered in Petrohan pass, Bulgaria on a Youth Exchange funded by the Erasmus+ program, to discuss current world issues, learn and have and intercultural dialogue. Participants ranged from Argentina to Tajikistan, Lebanon to Italy, India […]

By | 2021-08-02T12:59:35+00:00 August 2nd, 2021|Categories: Personal Stories|0 Comments

21 February-International Mother Language Day

The United Nations’ International Mother Language Day annually celebrates language diversity and variety worldwide on February 21. It also remembers events such as the killing of four students on February 21, 1952, because they campaigned to officially use their mother language, Bengali, in Bangladesh.

International […]

By | 2021-02-21T18:53:42+00:00 February 21st, 2021|Categories: Personal Stories|0 Comments

Ending Female Genital Mutilation by 2030

In 2012, the UN General Assembly designated February 6th as the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation, with the aim to amplify and direct the efforts on the elimination of this practice.

Female genital mutilation (FGM) comprises all procedures that involve altering […]

By | 2021-02-07T22:51:54+00:00 February 7th, 2021|Categories: Personal Stories|0 Comments

Up to 90,000 children in central Mozambique urgently need humanitarian assistance in wake of Cyclone Eloise

More than 176,000 people, including 90,000 children, in central Mozambique are likely to need humanitarian assistance in the aftermath of Cyclone Eloise, UNICEF stated. Children living in the affected areas, particularly those who have been displaced, could soon be at risk of contracting waterborne diseases like cholera and […]

By | 2021-01-29T13:28:29+00:00 January 29th, 2021|Categories: Personal Stories|0 Comments

The mobile clinic serving Mali’s most vulnerable women and girls

The town of Missala sits an hour south of Mali’s rambling capital, Bamako, West Africa. A large portion of the couple of hundred townspeople here stay dependent on agribusiness, and in spite of their closeness to the city, helpless streets, and absence of public vehicles have left them […]

By | 2021-01-16T09:44:01+00:00 January 16th, 2021|Categories: Personal Stories|0 Comments