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Andrius Kulikauskas Self Learners Network. Think Through Art with Andrius Kulikauskas. Directory of ways of figuring things out. Chicago Street Artist Blog. Video summary of knowledge of everything. Notes on Gamestorming. Living by Truth working group. Twitter: @selflearners Email: ms @ ms.lt
Edward Cherlin Earth Treasury
Kennedy Owino Nafsi Afrika Acrobats
Ben de Vries
Samwel Kongere Mendenyo
George Christian Jeyaraj
Lucas Gonzalez Santa Cruz
Christine Ax, Steve Bonzak, James Ferguson, Maria Agnese Giraudo, Marcin Jakubowski, Ed Jonas, Rick Nelson, Hannington Onyango, Linas Plankis, Proscoviour Vunyiwa
Andrius helped with the following websites:
See also: HelpKenyans, Kenya, KenyansToCall, KenyaCommunication, KenyaMap
NafsiAfrikaAcrobats visit in Lithuania
ACEN and PeaceNet meeting report held in Kisumu, 2003 after the elections back then, contains the sentence The pyramid of peace building is very important in reaching the community so it's interesting who had this idea previously and what they meant!
Shailja It made me cry. I think I'm afraid to have hope anymore.
Kenyan blogs webring
Send pictures and more to the BBC: yourpics AT bbc.co.uk
CNN submit I-Reports: http://www.cnn.com/exchange/ireports/topics/forms/breaking.news.html
Kenya's Opposition Urges Calm After Lawmaker Killed Paul Richardson in Johannesburg at [email protected] ; Eric Ombok in Nairobi via Johannesburg at [email protected] . Karl Maier in Rome at [email protected] .
Corporate Kenya finally faces reality of tribalism by Jaindi Kisero, [email protected]
robyn.dixon AT latimes.com Kenya president rules out talks with rival until calm prevails
dan.mcfeely AT indystar.com Dozens of Hoosiers stuck in Kenya
The contact details of the UK broadsheet dailies foreign desks are below. For the BBC it's worth thinking about specific programmes that might be interested e.g. today or PM.
Guardian - Foreign editor Harriet Sherwood - international news desk: 020 7239 9549 or [email protected] Independent - foreigneditor@ independent.co.uk Telegraph - Foreign Editor Michael Smith - switchboard 020 7931 2000, no email address Times - [email protected]
It might also be productive to contact journalists you read in the technology or development press as they may have a better grasp of what you are doing.
PaulMason is BBC TV reporter just back from Nairobi I made contact with him - he says AndriusKulikauskas "If anybody in your network is able to shoot video (I know this is a long shot) I am interested in using it. I will read the newsletter and get on contact once I have recovered from the flight.
+44 7764354883 Anybody who wants my number can have it, and can text reports." Paul Mason-News <[email protected]> AndriusKulikauskas Even if we cant get video perhap we can get photos Who has photos of the people who are sending the messages? That would be a start. Pam
Cabral Pinto cpinto2006 AT yahoo.com
Send views about what is happening in Africa to: africa AT voanews.com
<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Behlendorf">Brian Behlendorf</a> has just <a href="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/holistichelping/message/1707">donated </a> to Kenyans building a <a href="http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/mendenyo/message/1008">Pyramid of Peace</a>. The money is converted into phone credits which are then forwarded to activists throughout Kenya, applying a brilliant feature of the Kenyan mobile phone system. Activists send them out further to people from opposing tribes. They reach out even further to engage troublemakers whose roadblocks in the center of Kenya are causing food shortages. Ultimately, the credits are exchanged for <a href="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/holistichelping/message/1705">food, medicine and transport</a>. Prepaid phone cards ran out, so the phone credits can be worth more than cash. Banks weren't able to open in much of the country, and streets and roads weren't safe, so this delivery system is especially vital, reaching isolated people early on. <a href="http://www.ms.lt">Minciu Sodas</a> has a list of <a href="http://www.worknets.org/wiki.cgi?KenyansToCall">Kenyans to call</a> but has run out of funds. Phone credits can be funded directly through <a href="http://sambazanow.com">Sambazanow.com</a>. The image of Pyramid of Peace comes from <a href="http://www.nafsiafriacrobats.org">Nafsi Afrika Acrobats</a> who are from different tribes and <a href="http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nafsiafrikasaana/message/63">actually built one</a> to foster 'enemies embracing each other'.
Fri, 25 Jan 2008 18:20:51 UTC Nelson Lagat Kiplombe: I am writing from Kuresoi and things are not good. Getting basic needs is a problem, no food, people are being killed. I am unable to get in touch with friends and relatives. Even charging phones is a problem. I request friends to send us some airtime. My telephone no. 0720839893