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The hidden world

Jose’s love for the national park is apparent in his movements, his voice, and if you listen closely, his words.

As I admire Jose’s appreciation for the park, I read something else in his eyes. 717 more words

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Into the Ice

After five days of open ocean work north of Wrangel Island, the Oden has moved further north to our second work area and we have entered the ice! 191 more words

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From Chicago to Kabul-- Part 2

We would like to thank Kathy Kelly, Chicago based humanitarian worker and co-coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence, for joining EMERGENCY USA as a guest blog author. 387 more words

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First Aid Post eliminates danger for injured Afghan civilians

Andar is a district in the province of Ghazni, halfway between Kabul and Kandahar– one of the areas most hard-hit by the war in Afghanistan… 293 more words

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The New Age in Field Reporting

My things have changed from when I used to be a photographer. Facebook, Google, Twitter. Instant news. Considering the dated technology I am currently using, I was looking at various options for mobile field work. 175 more words

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Three Patients Tested Positive for Ebola at EMERGENCY hospital in Sierra Leone

On Sunday, August 24th, three patients who tested positive for Ebola were transferred from the EMERGENCY hospital in Goderich to the offical treatment center in Kenema, as required by national guidelines for Sierra Leone. 599 more words

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ACSE / SWERUS-C3 leg 2 has begun

The first leg of ACSE / SWERUS-C3 has now finished and the second leg of the cruise is underway. The Oden stopped in Barrow, on the north coast of Alaska, so that the ships crew and scientists could swap over. 447 more words

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