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What Motivates Voices of Youth Mappers?

Posted September 18, 2013 Avatar Joe @unicefgis

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Over the past month youth volunteers from all around the world have been testing UNICEF's new mapping system urgencyrank.unicef-gis.org. Their work is helping improve our ability to innovate and empower more young people as public advocates for the environment. Why did these young people volunteer to help? Here are a few reasons, in the words of the youth mappers themselves. Dhiroj K. from Nepal: “United Nations always vibrates my mind. I was born in a very remote district of...


Nurtured Culture

Posted March 13, 2014 no picture Fasoranti Damilola

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Our fathers taught us the culture and how it relates to nature, with ancient pictures, they explained it all with pleasure. In fact it was more than a treasure. The culture featured investment structures such as mental, family, spiritual, health, business, relationships and moral fixtures. But then, it was still immature and they told us that it will soon mature for it is our future. That future, for some of us now, it is torture…no innovations, no SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Real...


Deforestation: International Day of Forests!

Posted March 21, 2014 no picture Group four

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Deforestation is a current problem that affects and will affect all population in a near future. The bigger demand and the necessity of a lot of objects as paper or wood to produce different products do that wood industry has to fell a lot of trees in places like the rain forest, which is the principal oxygen producer of the world. We all have to think about the problem that can produce for the future life this fact of the present.