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I met up with a few classmates, to tell you that we can help one girl with better access to education.
We thought that if we each give a little money, then this may be enough to help in the construction of a building in one of the countries of Africa. We decided to give as much as you want, and if possible send the money to the organization occupying education in Africa. As soon as I find such an organization in the interenet it will try to forward them the money.
Posted on June 30, 2012 at 4:13pm
I used http://www.wmtransfer.com/. It is a multifunctional payment tool that provides secure and immediate transactions online.
The System supports several types of Purses, that keep record of valuables property rights of corresponding types:
R-Purse WMR — Bearer's bank cheque in Russian Rubles
Z-Purse WMZ — Goods certificate, in USD
E-Purse WME — Bearer's bank cheque in EUR
U-Purse WMU — Bank account claims in…
Posted on June 30, 2012 at 4:00pm
I would advise people involved in water crisis to focus more on those economic areas where it is used a lot of water in order to find a more economical way to water consumption. Particular attention is paid to agriculture, because there are not always rational use water.
Posted on June 30, 2012 at 3:48pm
The perfect thing to do with an old watermill.
Pros: Unlike photovoltaics and wind, a more steady supply of power. Less controversial than large-scale hydro electric because significant damming and storage of large quantities of water is seldom needed.
Cons: You'll need a nearby river.
Nevertheless, I think it's a good idea for alternative energy at home.
Posted on June 30, 2012 at 3:20pm