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GUEM MISSION 9: IMAGINE: What non-doctors can do in time of pandemic.

When a Pandemic strikes sometimes we need everyones participation, not only doctors. We need to spread information and help others reach safety. My idea would be to create a network of people with specific tasks to ensure the safety of people during a pandemic. They would people of who know each other, perhaps neighbors, members of a church, etc. They would be people with specific knowledge of certain areas.



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My friend Lisa works directly with American Red… Continue

Posted on June 8, 2011 at 2:16am

GUEM MISSION 7: USHAIDI - Urgent Crisis information.

In my town, Wayne, NJ, and surrounding towns face terrible flooding caused by the Passaic River Basin and Pompton River. While these floods are not as catastrophic as those in southern United States, they do millions dollars in damage. Residences are forced out of their homes and having to pay for damaged items ( those who don't have flood insurance). Floods are devastating no matter where they are, and they take a deep financial toll on people. Flooding hasn't stopped for many years, and I…

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Posted on June 6, 2011 at 10:00pm

GUEM MISSION 8 IMAGINE: INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE: Our Hands are our most powerful tools.

My dearest friends,



My message to you is important for our earth and our people. We live in a world with steel, and wire. Our earth is all but changed and we no longer put our feet on the ground. We live in the sky now. Have we lost touch with the earth? What about the trees, the pants, the animals, the water? We have forgotten about them. They have become our lost children. We must not let this happen. It is important to reconnect with them. They still have the power to nurture us.… Continue

Posted on May 15, 2011 at 10:30pm

GUEM- MISSION 8 ACT: INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE



My apologies for being so late on this. I took some time off to just refresh my brain. This part of this mission was hard for me. However, I think I have something, at least I believe I do. I hope i did this correctly.



It was hard to come up with something that represented indigenous knowledge. Upon doing research, and reading links, I came across a unique topic that dealt with farming. In Bolivia, farmers in the Amazon have a difficult time dealing with floods during the wet… Continue

Posted on May 15, 2011 at 9:30pm — 1 Comment

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At 3:55am on March 29, 2011, Buffy B said…
Welcome Agent Angela! I am so happy to have you on the GUEM team I know you'll be great here, enjoy yourself and good luck with your training. :)
At 1:55am on March 29, 2011, Buffy B said…
Hello Agent Angela, you are a welcome addition to the GUEM team, I just know you're going to rock the network here, well done.
 
 
 

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Stinging Nettle

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