J im Luce became involved with international development after he had established an orphanage in North Sulawesi, Indonesia and then, post-Tsunami, sent his team 3,000 miles west to Banda Aceh. He arrives a few weeks later. This was the beginning of his involvement with international development.
- Orphans International Worldwide: Embracing Family Care For Orphans
- Helping Women: Eliminating Obstetric Fistula in Developing World
- Traveling as Press vs. NGO Head: Same Adventure
- First ‘Davos’ for Women’s International Development in NYC
- Dr. Judy on Trauma of Disasters – like Haitian Earthquake
- Failed States: Index Quantifies that Feeling in My Gut
- How Much Can be Accomplished on a Shoestring Budget
- Can the World’s Poorest Girls Save the MDGs?
- Fifty Lessons Learned from a Decade of Service in International Development
- Gates Foundation’s Ignacio Mas On eFinance in the Developing World
- Hip Campaign from World’s Oldest Humanitarian Program
- HuffPo Interview with the Red Cross Secretary General in Geneva
- Daily Kos Interview with Secretary General of International Red Cross
- Japan Relief: Where to Give? I Suggest Tokyo’s Waseda University
For the complete listing of thematic stories, see Jim Luce Writes.
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