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What if Education for the World earned a donation every time you
searched the Internet? Or how about if a percentage of every purchase you
made online went to support our cause? Well, now it can! GoodSearch.com is a new Yahoo-powered search
engine that donates half its advertising revenue, about a penny per search,
to the charities its users designate. Use it just as you would any search
engine, get quality search results from Yahoo, and watch the donations add
Another option is GoodShop.com--a new online shopping mall which donates up to 37% of each purchase to your favorite cause! Hundreds of great stores including Amazon, Target, Gap, Best Buy, eBay, Macy's and Barnes & Noble have teamed up with GoodShop and every time you place an order, you’ll be supporting your favorite cause.
www.goodsearch.com and be sure to enter Education for the World as the charity you want to support (link below should do this automatically) and be sure to spread the word!
|Another donation option is to book travel through the GoodShop website. In 2007, GoodSearch was expanded to include GoodShop, an online shopping mall of world-class merchants dedicated to helping raise funds for worthy causes. Each purchase made via the GoodShop mall results in a donation (on average, approximately 3% of the sale) to the charity you designate. Note that you must designated the charity (our ID is: 907816) before clicking any of the GoodShop travel links, which can take you to sites like Expedia.com, Orbitz.com and Hotwire.com among others. As a bonus, the GoodShop site also provides coupons, discounts and other special deals. Therefore, in addition to providing us with a donation at no cost to you, you can also save money! To access the travel section of GoodShop, click the link below (please remember to enter our ID: 907816):|
The Yayasan Kemanusiaan Ibu
Pertiwi (YKIP) organization or the Humanitarian Foundation for Mother
Earth was started as a response to the Bali bombings in 2002. YKIP's founders
were business people, doctors, officials and volunteers who assisted during
the 2002 bomb crisis. It soon became evident that in order to accommodate the
tons of medical supplies and monetary donations from well-wishers around the
world, a transparent and responsible organization needed to be established.
YKIP received endorsements from the Australian Ambassador to Indonesia, the
diplomatic community in Bali, and the Governor of Bali.
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| FreeRice.com hosts a
vocabulary game in which for each word you get right, FreeRice donates twenty
grains of rice through the UN World Food Program. FreeRice has two goals:
1. Provide English vocabulary to everyone for free.
2. Help end world hunger by providing rice to hungry people for free.
Improving your vocabulary can improve your life. It is a great investment in yourself. Perhaps even greater is the investment your donated rice makes in hungry human beings, enabling them to function and be productive. Somewhere in the world, a person is eating rice that you can help provide. This is made possible by the generosity of the sponsors who advertise on the site.
| Indonesian Language
Resources: dictionaries from the IndoDic E-Kamus Project represent nearly ten years
of work by lexicographer Wayne B. Krause and his team of Indonesian-speaking
linguists and helpers. The project has produced some of the most accurate and
complete concise Indonesian-English dictionaries in existence. ~ http://indodic.com
Knowing a few Khmer words will help you earn some respect while in Cambodia.
The word for 'no' is pronounced 'Awt Tay'
If you are male 'yes' is pronounced 'baht' (as in the sound of a sheep followed by a hard T)
If you are female 'yes' is pronounced 'jah' (as in the first part of 'jar')
The word for 'thank you' is pronounced 'aw-koon' (sounds a little like raccoon)
Learn more at: http://wikitravel.org/en/Khmer_phrasebook
Online Bahasa Indonesia Dictionary (English-Indonesian): An Open Source Dictionary Project created for CS410 at Portland State University by John L. Whiteman (c) 2003. It includes a "fuzzy" search option to find closely related words. ~ http://web.cecs.pdx.edu/~bule/bahasa/search.php
|The Declan Software Indonesian Word-of-the-Day widget above introduces a new Indonesian word (or phrase) every day. In addition to the daily word, a recording of its pronunciation by a native Indonesian speaker and the English meaning are provided. Two other websites with Indonesian Word-of-the-Day (plus over 40 other languages) are www.travlang.com/wordofday (with an email option) and www.langtolang.com/wordoftheday. The TravLang.com site also provides numerous other travel and language resources.|
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