Week 6 / Women and Hunger
“Invest in the women” he said without reservation, “it’s by far the best bang for your buck…”
Week 4 / Climate Change And Natural Disasters
I’m often astonished by the kinds of comments I read on blogs and news reports from those who insist that chronic poverty is most commonly the fault of the people who are suffering the most…
Week 2 / ROOT CAUSES OF HUNGER
I’m approaching the second week of my coffee fast and the headaches are now less intense and usually go away with a bit of caffeinated tea. Egad! I didn’t think it’d take quite this long for my body to adjust…
Compassion Fatigue? Me too.
I don’t know how the recent disaster in Pakistan has hit you – but the first response I had on hearing about it was…well, weariness…
Debt, Dictatorship and Disaster – A brief history of Haiti
Haiti’s history has been birthed in debt, borne by dictatorship and bludgeoned by disasters – a legacy of suffering that perhaps now, might receive the attention it needs….