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July 2010 Blog Posts (3)

Imagine 9

It's 2011 and the latest pandemic flu has hit South Africa. As per usual the children are the ones most vulnerable to the illness which means thousands of children are missing out on their schooling around the country. Fortunately we have managed to put the dark site which was developed a year ago into action to ensure that these children don't fall behind in class and further there educations in the long term. I have contacted schools around the country and hundreds of teachers have agreed to… Continue

Added by Calum James Wright on July 26, 2010 at 11:39am — No Comments

Learn 9

I found that 'managing panic in a pandemic' was the most prevalent insight within the 'five secrets of Crisis Communication' and in particular the idea that public trust is a big issue. I feel these factors are very important as one of the worst things to happen in a crisis is wide spread panic as it can force people to act in an irrational manner which may lead to unecessary violence. Thus, population panic levels must be kept low during a crisis and the… Continue

Added by Calum James Wright on July 26, 2010 at 10:18am — No Comments

Learn 9

The valley of the Mayo River in Peru was isolated from the rest of the country until the 1970s, when construction of the Carretera Marginal trunk road gave access. A wave

of spontaneous settlers from the highlands and the coast then came into

the valley, increasing the population five-fold. Under such a dramatic

event, the locals became a disadvantaged minority in their own

traditional territory. Providing legal land titles to…

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Added by Calum James Wright on July 25, 2010 at 5:30pm — No Comments

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