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Exclusive Download: Mind, Heart & Soul in the Fight Against POVERTY by Katherine Marshall and Lucy Keough
Review: In book, Katherine Marshall and Lucy Keough provide a comprehensive analysis of the role of faith in the global fight against poverty, advocating increased dialogue among development institutions. Marshall and Keough explore numerous issues ranging from community level interventions … Continue reading
Karachi, Pakistan, December 28, 2010: Health camps offering free medical checkups and advice were set up in Karimabad, Federal B Area; Bilal Colony, Korangi; Sultanabad, and the New Sabzi Mandi areas of Karachi by Aga Khan University alumni, as part … Continue reading
ALEPPO, Syria — At first glance it seems an unremarkable scene: a quiet plaza shaded by date palms in the shadow of this city’s immense medieval Citadel, newly restored to its looming power. Foreign tourists sit side by side with … Continue reading
All signs point to the next version of Windows running on ARM, the emerging global silicon standard for smartphones and tablets. But don’t get too excited–it won’t happen until 2012 at the earliest and just as likely not until 2013. … Continue reading
Both low and high levels of vitamin D are associated with increased risk of frailty in older women, a new study finds. Researchers measured vitamin D levels and assessed frailty in thousands of women aged 69 and older. The risk … Continue reading
Supporting the idea that it is never too late to adopt a healthy diet, researchers in the US found that older adults who followed a predominantly healthy diet stood a better chance of living longer than counterparts whose diets were … Continue reading
There is no efficient vaccine against malaria, although nasal and oral vaccination seems to be the most promising and suitable solution in countries where the parasite Plasmodium, which causes the disease, is rife. Researchers from two laboratories in northern France … Continue reading
By CHRISTINA BLIZZARD, QMI Agency This is the time for family — for looking back on what truly matters. The highlight of my year was the wedding of my son, Paul to his long-time girlfriend, the beautiful and charming Aysha. … Continue reading
Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme (CSSS) Sheffield Hallam University participates in the CSSS Scheme and welcomes applications from students for this prestigious award. The award covers tuition fees, living and travel costs for the duration of a Masters course. Deadline | … Continue reading
Health camps offering free medical checkups and advice will be run in different areas of Karachi by Aga Khan University alumni tomorrow, December 23. Day-long health camps will be set up in Karimabad, Federal B Area; Bilal Colony, Korangi; Sultanabad, … Continue reading
“From Garbage dump to a Historic Park” Cairo’s combination of modern urban problems and historic importance attracted the attention of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture and it was decided to give a park to the people of Cairo.
The first few days after birth is an important time when babies learn to recognize the sound of their parents’ voice and the parents in turn bond with their children. However, the separation between parents and newborns admitted to the … Continue reading
Written by: Catharine Paddock, PhD Australian researchers found that babies mainly breastfed for at least six months went on to score significantly higher in academic tests at the age of ten, especially boys. Researchers from the Telethon Institute for Child … Continue reading
Seagate’s eco-friendly Barracuda LP HDD has now got a brand new name and some new features, too. The Barracuda Green hard drives benefit from cool and quiet operation, and some technology that is said to deliver best-in-class performance while allowing … Continue reading