August Post

August 1st 2016

Police in São Paulo have freed the Brazilian mother-in-law of the Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone, 10 days after she was kidnapped. She was uninjured and it appears that none of a reported $36.5m (£28m) ransom has been paid. Aparecida Schunck, 67, the mother of Fabiana Flosi, was freed from an apartment on the outskirts … Continue reading “August Post”

Hunger in Malawi

July 25th 2016

Earlier this year, Caoimhe met with communities in Nsanje District, Southern Malawi. She talked with farmers Mary Nsona and Agatha Blam from Jimu village who worked intensively with Concern advisors to prepare their land for the harvest: “They prepared their land together through long hours of hard labour: they mulched, dug basins to reduce moisture … Continue reading “Hunger in Malawi”

Right to the City

July 25th 2016

In the view of representatives of civil society organisations, these issues should be incorporated into the “Quito Declaration on Sustainable Cities and Human Settlements for All,” the draft of which is currently being debated by member states in a several rounds of preparatory meetings. Juan Duhalde, head of the Social Research Centre at Un Techo … Continue reading “Right to the City”

Honduras – Hunger in Schools

July 25th 2016

He is part of a success story in this village of Coalaca, population 750, in the municipality of Las Flores in the department (province) of Lempira. Five years ago a Sustainable School Feeding Programme (PAES) was launched in this area. It has improved local children’s nutritional status and enjoys plenty of local, governmental and international … Continue reading “Honduras – Hunger in Schools”

San Salvador

July 25th 2016

At the heart of the matter is the pressing need to bring justice to the victims of war crimes while, on the other hand, it implies a huge as well as difficult task, since it will entail opening cases that are more than two decades old, involving evidence that has been tampered or lost, if … Continue reading “San Salvador”

Traffic in Calais

July 25th 2016

The head of the port of Calais has said he is “ashamed” about the huge delays British holidaymakers have faced at Dover, as police told motorists they face weeks of delays. Jean-Marc Puissesseau, the =president of the Côte d’Opale chamber of commerce that runs the port, told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme on Monday that … Continue reading “Traffic in Calais”

Ethiopia Country Profile

July 18th 2016

Ethiopia is Africa’s oldest independent country and its second largest in terms of population. Apart from a five-year occupation by Mussolini’s Italy, it has never been colonised. It has a unique cultural heritage, being the home of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church – one of the oldest Christian churches – and a monarchy that ended only … Continue reading “Ethiopia Country Profile”

Ethiopian Fair Chain

July 18th 2016

Portions of our profits go towards community development projects. Moyee Coffee is committed to giving back to the community to complete our Fair-Chain circle.

Moyee Coffee

July 18th 2016

About Moyee: Moyee Coffee is quickly becoming the first multi-national coffee company based out of Ethiopia. In addition to utilizing the best roasting machinery in the industry, and award-winning staff, we are also developing an organic farm of the highest caliber, all to insure that our supply of supreme quality coffee never wavers.

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