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What impact would you like to have on the world?
I would like to make poverty history.
About Me: Describe what you are doing in the areas of Peace,Environment, Health, Empowerment
I am the Coordinator of the Canadian Make Poverty History campaign. I live in Ottawa
Website:
http://www.makepovertyhistory.ca

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At 1:25am on November 30, 2009, Edward Teach said…
Please Check out my blog hunger strike started Nov. 28 2009 for reasons outlined there.
At 7:59am on November 13, 2009, bagonza deo said…
I really appreciate what you are doing in Canada especially in the areas of Poverty, peace/conflict, HIV/AIDS and Environment. Keep it up.
I for one I am the Coordinator of Rwenzori Solidarity Trust a local NGO mainly made up pf Persons Living with HIV/AIDS. We would like to start a poultry project.Would you be in position to connect us to people that can assist us set off.
At 1:34pm on August 26, 2008, Suresh said…
Dennis, I am trying to get a project called the Global Harmony initiative off the ground. Details can be found at: http://projects.takingitglobal.org/ghi

I am also very interested in the intersection between technology and social change and am blogging on the topic at www. sureshfernando.wordpress.com.

Any thoughts would be appreciated.
At 1:09am on August 6, 2008, FixOurWorld said…
Hi Dennis thank you for joining our global family. Together We Will Make Poverty History.
 
 
 

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