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Mission 7

In order to spread information about an important crisis you could...

1. Tell people about it so that they can help you spread the word. Friends, family, classmates, workmates, anyone who you think will be a help to you.

2. Tell your local mayor or your Prime Minister. They can do a lot to spread it, and most people listen to people like that so they could probably put it on the news or in the newspaper.

3. Advertise it in the streets and in your community. You could put up…


Posted on June 13, 2012 at 2:13am

Mission 1

My role model is my uncle David. In the Christchurch earthquake, he was awarded a medal of bravery for saving people in the CTV building (a very damaged building in the CBD) and he showed extreme commitment by trying to save those people's lives, even if it sometimes wasn't successful. He works as a counciller and he helps people sort out their troubles and worries. To me that is a very important job and he is an amazing role model to me.

Posted on June 12, 2012 at 1:11am

Mission 9

In order to help spread the word and raise awareness of a global crisis, you could

1. Tell people about it. Friends, family, classmates, workmates, anyone who you think will care and they can help spread it too.

2. Promote it to your community. Hand out pamphlits in people's mailboxes, put up posters, etc.

3. Promote it online, on websites that people go on such as Facebook. Anywhere that will raise attention to the crisis is good.

4. Talk to your local mayor or someone…


Posted on June 12, 2012 at 12:22am

Mission 2

In order to help people have food, I could set up a programme at school or in the community, to help the needy get food. I could get people to donate food to give to places like the City Mission or a charity of some sort. I could help grow the less fortunate people vegetable gardens to give them healthy food for their everyday lives.

Posted on June 11, 2012 at 10:14pm

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