Here is a key passage of the President’s State of the Union address last night relevant to the United Nations.
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New Strain of Polio Discovered in Pakistan
It’s been a busy few months for the BRCK team, as now the company has spun outside of Ushahidi and is it’s own commercial entity.
Keeping waste out of landfills?
Does climate change cause conflict? The question is more than theoretical, and may have profound consequences at the United Nations and for the effort to reach an internationally binding climate change agreement.
Its been a couple of months since our last code update on 2.x. As you all know, we are just maintaining this version of the platform, in preparation for the new version of Ushahidi, dubbed v3, which is currently in Alpha. This means that we aren’t actively building in new features, but only doing bug fixes and taking in pull requests from our community.
Things are bad in the Central African Republic. But will the UN Security Council approve a peacekeeping mission to help transform the conflict?
New Resource Spotlight: iHRIS Train, an Open Source Tool for Managing Health Worker Education and Training
Health workforce leaders now have a new tool they can count on to better know and manage their health workforces. iHRIS Train manages data on the education of health professionals—both before entering the profession and while in service.
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Civil Conflict Makes Nearly 100,000 South Sudanese Into Refugees
Ed note. I am pleased to welcome David Atkins to UN Dispatch. David lives in California where he is president of the research consulting firm The Pollux Group. He is a contributor to the popular blog Digby’s Hullabaloo.
(Note: cathartic, bloated essay forthcoming, read at your peril)
Say you are a Kenyan web designer living in Seattle, do you think anyone cares that you came from Kenya? No, they only care that you are a great web designer.