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Hey followers,

 If it hasn’t been obvious already, I am not the best when it comes to time management and organization at the moment: life happens. I’m currently traveling across the globe for disclosed reasons, and I have a million things to take care of. *Hopefully* by mid-summer, things should slow down for me to focus on this blog, but until then, I just don’t have the time. 

I’ve seen other blogs and the conflict that occurs with “mods” and I absolutely do not want nor will I tolerate that. Even now, I’m still hesitant on trusting outside sources with access to this page, as it means so much to me, but I’m going to give it a try.

With that being said, feel free to submit a Mod Application and I will review it (as well as your blog - NOTE: I am allowed to pick mods based on the kind of politics/views/opinions they post on their personal blogs) as soon as I can. 

Thanks so much for the support and patience! :)

-Admin. E 


Happy International women’s day

Part 29- Chad (Central Africa)


Chad struggles to cope with refugees from conflict in Central African Republic

The search is thorough. A few weeks ago weapons and uniforms were found in a vehicle. Beside the road, suitcases are unloaded from trucks overloaded with jerry cans and mattresses.


Women wait for food distribution with their children in Djiogi, Chad


Mopti, Mali 1990, by Sophie Elbaz


MINUSMA Supports Youth Theatre for Peace and Reconciliation in Gao by United Nations Photo on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
The UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) supportd youth in Gao in launching a communal theatre project to promote peace and reconciliation.

A view of the audience at a performance put on by the youth theatre project.

UN Photo/Marco Dormino
25 February 2014
Gao, Mali
Photo # 581488


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Aid agencies supporting refugees from Mali say they need additional funds if they are to care for them.

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees says that because of the number of crises in the world, Malian refugees tend to be forgotten.

Read more articles about Mali here.