Site aims to website aims traffickers access to relief funds hold – reported the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute , a new information site rolled on Tuesday, the prevent arms and drug traffickers access to major humanitarian assistance and peacekeeping fund targets Agence France-Presse. Established an earlier SIPRI report, 1980 and 2008 generisk Cialis på nettet click here . Had identified more than 90 % of air cargo carriers in arms trafficking-related reports have also been used for humanitarian aid and peacekeeping operations between 2004 and 2009. According to the news service, [t] he portal, through state aid Swedish SIDA and the country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs is funded, includes a database, model codes of conduct and best practices for negotiations with transport suppliers .
GlobalPost examines the work of Lien Aid, a NGO that will help that help connect local residents to on a tributary of the Mekong River, with access to toilets and clean drinking water. Tuesday, river toilet is an open hole on wooden planks emptying directly into the river, according to the article. In contrast, the Lien Aid toilet buckets to collect the waste, separating urine from feces the bulk the bulk. Villagers then sprinkle soil, ash or wood chips of dry feces, decompose it, and stick to pathogen. Lien Aid also created a floating water treatment plant, the article notes. The floating plant, which is owned by the entire community sucks, the raw water from the river bottom, then filters and cleans it of germs with ultraviolet radiation. The article includes statistics on the number of people in Cambodia, not to toilets and sanitation, and additional efforts to improve the conditions of access (Kain. » Read the rest of this entry «