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Slovak analyst as a part of Slovak national radio talk about Slovak ODA and MDGs

Boba Baluchová – journalist, teacher and development analyst. In 2013 she coordinated development cooperation project in Kenya with focus on malnutrition reduction; in 2014 she prepared developing volunteers for their voluntary service in developing countries. A few months ago she … Continue reading

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To destroy our prejudices & stereotypes about other countries

Czechoslovakia as socialistic country (under the Soviet influence) used to provide international aid as a part of solidarity gesture to other socialistic countries until the year 1989. After the Velvet revolution Slovakia became the beneficiary of overseas assistance – country … Continue reading

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How to change Slovaks’ perception of development

How many online blogs do we need in order to change East Europeans’ perception and understanding of the life in developing countries? Apparently a lot. But the setup of another online blog platform in Slovakia or Hungary will not change … Continue reading

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‘Malezi Bora’ event opposes malnutrition and child mortality in Kwale region

During the first two weeks of May the Slovak team of field workers on behalf of Trnava university were part of very important event in whole Kenya – focused on child survival and development: ‘Malezi bora’. So how was this … Continue reading

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