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Program on Humanitarian Leadership

Concern Worldwide, in consortium with International Medical Corps (IMC) and the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI) and with technical support from Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health has created the Program on Humanitarian Leadership (PHL). This program utilizes innovative pedagogies to combine a rigorous academic curriculum with a practical field-based placement.

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Long Walk to Statehood : Why Somaliland Deserves International Recognition

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10 Unbelievable Reasons to Eat Mango

So, let’s take a look at why mangos are such a smart and healthy choice for your diet.

10 Unbelievable Reasons to Eat Mango


1. It Helps Fight Cancer

Many foods are believed to have anti-cancer properties, but rigorous research is needed to support these claims. Texas A&M AgriLife Research is a big research facility that studies the impact of food on health, looks at the biological underpinnings of cancer, and develops new cancer treatments. Mango was one of their recent research projects. Doctor Talcott, a nutrition scientist at AgriLife Research, led a study that showed that mango’s polyphenols (antioxidant-like plant chemicals) could have cancer-fighting properties.  Adding mango to your diet can be particularly beneficial for breast andcolon cancer prevention and further studies are in progress.

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Career Advice for Job Seeker 

Published on Aug 28, 2014

Career Advice for Job Seeker from Human Resource Development
How Men 40-Plus Can Beat the Barriers to Getting Hired
By Margot Carmichael Lester, Monster Contributing Writer
Many people are having a harder time landing a job in this difficult economy. But some men over 40 are finding it even harder, since many employers believe seasoned workers will cost more and know less about technology -- and those are just two of the misperceptions. Here are some common concerns for potential employers and tips for how you can meet them head-on. 

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