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Experts turn to grass roots solutions for big scale water problems

September 18, 2012 Leave a comment

Can grass roots solutions and decentralisation using small scale water solutions solve bigger water problems? Experts says yes.

For news on this, check the below link

http://e360.yale.edu/feature/beyond_big_dams_turning_to_grass_roots_solutions_on_water/2571/

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Ability Foundation Employment Opportunity in Mumbai for visually challenged

The NAB Department of Employment is happy to inform you about the opening at a BPO located in Mumbai at Andheri. This BPO would like to hire Visually Impaired Persons giving different profiles and wide range of experience with a growth in the career.

At present they have 100 seats available for a profile of SBI net banking. The candidates who have completed their 12th and above, having good command over English and local language, good computer skills and would like to handle variety of profiles can send their resumes on nabemp@yahoo.co.in. Outstation candidates will be interviewed telephonically.  Kindly mention your telephone number.

This is a golden opportunity in the main stream industry. For more details contact them directly on 0222-4988134.

 

Regards

Tasleem Sultana
Programme Officer (Placement)

ABILITY FOUNDATION
New No. 4, Old No. 23, Third Cross Street,
Dr. Radhakrishnan Nagar, Thiruvanmiyur,
Chennai 600 041 India

Phone: 044- 2452 0016, 044- 2452 3013
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She fought! She got! Hail Dalma Rushdi Malhas!

One of the most conservative middle east state, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia who even prevents their women hold a driving license has granted permission for Dalma Rushdi Malhas, a 20 year old show-jumper to represent Saudi in London Olympics. She has already won bronze in 2010 Youth Olympics in Singapore.  After 2010 Youth Olympics she said that she would one day compete alongside male Saudi Olympic athletes.

For news on this, check the below link

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304458604577486893142900090.html?mod=dist_smartbrief

RIO+20! What is that?

RIO+20. The landscape approach. What is that really? The collaborators UN Environment Programme, the Food and Agriculture Organization, the International Fund for Agricultural Development, the World Resources Institute, and Conservation International and many other claims it to be a great amalgamation of “eco-agriculture”, “forest landscape restoration”, “territorial development”, “model forests”, “foodsheds”, “participatory watershed management”, “community-based natural resource management”, “biological corridors”, and many other connected concepts. Lets take a look into what it really is and what it means to the future!.

For news on this, check the below link

http://www.irinnews.org/Report/95670/RIO-20-The-landscape-approach

Categories: Agriculture, Social Tags: , , ,

Street Symphony – A Musical theraphy

Robert Gupta and his Street Symphony group is creating magic through music. Indeed a great deed by transforming people’s lives for good.

Check this news article from good magazine below to see the potential and power of music.

http://www.good.is/post/street-symphony-brings-some-of-the-world-s-greatest-musicians-to-skid-row/

World’s leading economy ran its routinue without nuclear energy!

Although it is a regular Monday around the World, it was still not a regular Monday in Japan. This is the first time in four decades that Japan ran the country without relying on nuclear energy.

For news on this, check the below link

http://www.cnn.com/2012/05/07/world/asia/japan-nuclear-energy-ends/index.html

How high school for girls means population control and a sustainable growth.

Demographers says that a sustainable growth needs a check on population control which in turn could be easily done with sending girls to high school. Experts says this one possible way to make sure population growth doesnot overtake economy growth.

For news on this, check the below link

http://green.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/04/16/a-population-antidote-high-school-for-girls/

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