Children in Malawi using an Elephant Pump

Children from Katutula Village in the Mchinji District of Malawi demonstrating how easy an Elephant Pump is to use. This video was recorded on a trip to Malawi in October 2012.

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Which photo makes you stop? | Oxfam GB

The world is in the middle of the most serious refugee crisis since the Second World War. Now is the time to Stand as One: po.st/sao When photojournalist Sam Tarling moved to Beirut seven years ago, Syria was a place to visit for a weekend. It was impossible then to think that a few years later he would be working in deserted cities and informal settlements, documenting the lives of some of the estimated two million Syrians who have fled from the war in their country. He has covered the story almost eighty times since 2011, taking well over fifty thousand photos. Here are a few of them, along with his thoughts about the conflict and his work.

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ADRA Animated Short: Food

Around the world, ADRA programs are saving lives and giving families access to reliable sources of nutritious food. Whether it’s through emergency feeding or teaching farmers techniques to improve crop yields, ADRA is ensuring that families have the food security they need to thrive.

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How to build a dish drying rack

Communities in Malawi are learning how to use their strengths, skills and resources to help change their own lives through sustainable development. The video shows how a community has built a dish drying rack to help improve sanitation and hygiene practices, reducing germs and disease. Caritas Australia has been assisting these communities with the support of Australian aid. This video was made in collaboration between Caritas Australia and CADECOM (Caritas Malawi), assisted by John Reed from the University of Notre Dame, Fremantle Australia, with support from Australian aid through the AACES program (Africa Australia Community Engagement Scheme). Find out more at

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Resilience in action: Malawi floods 2015

International development agency Christian Aid enables people to move beyond survival and subsistence, to enjoy thriving and dignified lives. This means enough food and a steady income, safe and healthy living conditions, and the resources and confidence to take new opportunities, even in the face of disasters, climate change, conflict and disease. We support people to strengthen their livelihoods and manage risks that threaten them. We call this building a resilient livelihood. In Malawi, Christian Aid leads a consortium of 11 partners to deliver the Enhancing Community Resilience Programme (ECRP), a five-year initiative working to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, reduce vulnerability and strengthen the resilience of around 300,000 people in seven districts. Running until 2016, ECRP

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How to build a vertical garden

Communities in Malawi are learning how to use their strengths, skills and resources to help change their own lives through sustainable development. The video shows how a community has built a vertical garden to grow vegetables that they can eat. Caritas Australia has been assisting these communities with the support of Australian aid. This video was made in collaboration between Caritas Australia and CADECOM (Caritas Malawi), assisted by John Reed from the University of Notre Dame, Fremantle Australia, with support from Australian aid through the AACES program (Africa Australia Community Engagement Scheme). Find out more at

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Lives on the line

An hour away from Mosul, a dedicated team are providing support to people displaced by violence. They work in the Iraq Internally Displaced Persons Information Centre — a humanitarian helpline — and field calls from people who’ve been forced to leave their homes and seek shelter. https://engage.unops.org #LivesOnTheLine

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The Awakening by Kate Chopin (2 of 2) (audiobook)

🌞 Support the channel: https:// Click for the latest videos â-º The16thCavern Subtitles available. The Awakening by Kate Chopin (1850 – 1904). Read by Elizabeth Klett. Chapters 21 to 39 Audio courtesy of LibriVox. Many thanks to the reader and everyone involved. —————————– The 16th Cavern on Instagram: https://

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A sting regarding a lad Louis Tomlinson reveals the REAL Prince Harry permanency GE Breaking News

A sting regarding a lad Louis Tomlinson reveals the REAL Prince Harry permanency GE Breaking News GETTY The 1D star partied with the soon-to-be groom …

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