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Cultural Educational and Environmental Organization (CEEO): Request for relief material for flood affected people in Kashmir
Cultural Educational and Environmental Organization (CEEO) was set up in 2008 in Kashmir. The organization works in the areas of education, women's development, health, sanitation and more in Kashmir, Kargil and Ladakh. CEEO requires rescue material on an urgent basis for those affected by the floods in that region. They are looking for blankets, life jackets, tubes, water bottles, food packs, biscuits and plastic tents amongst other items.
If you have any material you would like to donate, do get in touch with them here:
Mujeeb Ali: (91) 9906826707, 9650916133, 9797777247
Cheques/demand drafts to be sent to: CEEO,
G-12, First Floor, ODS, Lajpat Nagar-4.
Contact no: 011-26442248, 91 9650916133, 91 9958022425/ 9697124852
Ends October 30, 2014, 6:30 PM
Is your international organization looking for a collaboration/partnership program or office sharing in Ghana? Please we are ready to join forces with you to empower the poor in Ghana.
World Partners for Development which is a registered USA 501-c-3 nonprofit organization and also a registered grassroots NGO operating in Ghana.
Ends October 31, 2014, 12:00 AM
Are you considering applying to graduate school? Looking for insight into how to stand out in the admissions process as you apply to top-ranked master's programs in public policy and/or international affairs?
Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College, George Washington University's Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration and Georgetown University's Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service are hosting a graduate school admissions presentation and panel discussion.
Representatives from all 3 schools (both staff and current students) will be on the panel and will share their perspectives on the graduate school admissions process. This information session/graduate admission panel is intended to be an overview of the admission process for prospective students looking to begin graduate school in 2015.
Starts October 30, 2014, 10:00 PM
The School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs offers a competitive academic environment that features small classes, abundant internship and study-abroad programs, and frequent opportunities for meaningful collaboration with faculty.
Because policy challenges are not neatly bundled into academic subjects, SPGIA's degree and certificate programs are highly interdisciplinary drawing upon economics, political science, applied statistics, cultural studies and other academic disciplines to develop the next generation of critical thinkers and problem solvers.
At our Open House, prospective students will have an opportunity to explore the curriculum, learn about admissions guidelines and processes, and speak extensively with program directors, faculty, admissions staff, and current students. Register today!
Starts October 30, 2014, 10:30 PM