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Solving the Health Equation: Improving Public and Private Contributions to Bridge the Gap Between Rich and Poor Countries

Solving the Health Equation: Improving Public and Private Contributions to Bridge the Gap Between Rich and Poor Countries
R. Strange, V. Krebs. May 2008.

The first Geneva Health Forum took place from 30 August to 1st September 2006. More...

Ouladnagim and Shindouk's Website
Feb 2006.

The Ouladnagim Tuareg community of Timbuktu has now its own website: http://www. More...
Conference volunteers show the way professionally

Conference volunteers show the way professionally
Corine Schouten, Myrna Sultan. Nov 2005.

It was a bit chaotic, receiving the hundreds of people who were trying to get into the roundtable discussion with former Soviet President Mikael Gorbachev at Uni Mail last May, to commemorate the landmark meeting of Gorbachev and US president Ronald Reagan in Geneva twenty years ago. More...
Foundations for new projects

Foundations for new projects
Nov 2005.

The first seeds for ICVolunteers were planted in 1997, when Viola Krebs led recruitment of more than 800 volunteers to help coordinate and report on the 12th World AIDS Conference in Geneva. More...

Starting off well in Montreal
Curtis Rojakovick. Nov 2005.

Una experiencia positiva durante una reciente conferencia internacional sobre la sociedad civil en Montreal da esperanzas a la representaci贸n de ICV en Montreal para el futuro. More...
Volunteering, an essential building-block for development

Volunteering, an essential building-block for development
VK / NG. Nov 2005.

Through volunteering, civil society plays a key role for development. More...
Worldwide computing resources to fight the malaria epidemiology

Worldwide computing resources to fight the malaria epidemiology
Nov 2005.

Malaria causes about 500 million clinical attacks each year, and over a million deaths, mainly in sub-Saharan Africa. More...
Headphones and Microphones...

Headphones and Microphones...
Aug 2005.

A Portrait of Volunteer Interpreters
One of the many services offered by ICVolunteers includes the provision of volunteer interpreters. More...
Covering the UN Commission on Human Rights

Covering the UN Commission on Human Rights
May 2005.

Learning by seeing with your own eyes
Enviar periodistas a la reuni贸n anual de la Comisi贸n de las Naciones Unidas sobre Derechos Humanos se ha convertido casi en una rutina para ICV. More...

Volunteering in South Africa is development
Mar 2005.

Exploring CyberVolunteers at the Cape Town Volunteer Center
En diciembre de 2004, ICV Sud谩frica con la ayuda del Centro de Voluntarios de Ciudad del Cabo, organiz贸 una reuni贸n para la Oficina de la Sociedad Civil de la Cumbre Mundial de la Sociedad de la Informaci贸n. More...

Social integration through ICTs
Feb 2005.

Our CyberVolunteers Program is well and truly taking off. More...

Reducing the Digital Divide: CyberVolunteering as a Tool for Development
Corinne Schouten. Jan 2005.

With the CyberVolunteers Program, ICVolunteers strives first and foremost to create opportunities. More...

Volunteers for African Grid
V. Krebs. Jan 2005.

One of the structures that will welcome cyber-volunteers is CERN, in cooperation with Informaticiens Sans Frontières (ISF), a network of volunteer programmers founded last year. More...
Volunteers... Paving the Way for the Future

Volunteers... Paving the Way for the Future
Viola Krebs. Jan 2005.

His Excellency Adama Samassekou, former Minister of Education of Mali and president of the preparatory meetings of Phase 1 of the World Summit on the Information Society, is accompanying the CyberVolunteers Program as the president of its Honorary Committee. More...
Translators and Interpreters Bridge Linguistic Gaps

Translators and Interpreters Bridge Linguistic Gaps
Aug 2004.

What is the difference between a volunteer interpreter and one that is offering a paid service? There is actually more than just the voluntary nature that separates the two. More...

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