Posts Tagged: tsunami

Rebuilding in Acheh

Dr. Rashila Ramali made a presentation at the Asian Pacific Women’s Watch parallel event on the situation of women in Acheh.  She analyzed the use of international instruments by the government of Acheh after the independence from Indonesia in 1945 to the armed conflict from 1889-1998 and to the Tsunami of 2004. One of the… Read more »

Seeking justice in Sri Lanka

In New York on August 20? Come and hear Herman Kumara speak about working for justice in Sri Lanka. Seeking Justice in Sri Lanka Herman KumaraDirector of the National Fisheries Solidarity Movement Brown Bag Lunch Monday, August 20 12:00 – 1:30 Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations Conference Room 777 United Nations Plaza 7th Floor… Read more »

On a rainy day . . .

. . . in New York town, I thought a lot about water. Recognizing the destructive power of water, I made a gift to Presbyterian Disaster Assistance to care for those in Japan affected by the tsunami. Recognizing our dependence…

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Libya, Madagascar, Colombia, Japan

The UN Security Council has acted on Libya: Security Council authorizes ‘all necessary measures’ to protect civilians in Libya Madagascar remains plagued by political uncertainty: Madagascar still mired in crisis 2 years after coup Violence continues to displace people in…

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Prayers for the people of Japan and the Pacific Rim

Please pray for the people of Japan and the entire Pacific Rim following today’s devastating earthquake and tsunami. For those wishing to give toward relief efforts, watch for the response from Presbyterian Disaster Assistance.

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