Monthly Archives: August 2009

Re-modeling our Education Programme in Third World countries

The UK is set to remodel its education programme in the world’s poorest countries in an attempt to help children who are considered the hardest to reach and revive international efforts to get all primary aged children into school by 2015. The Department for International Development is launching a public consultation to investigate a range of options that will help ... Read More »

Proyek Mencetak Al-Qur’an

Allah telah berfirman : “ Dan Kami turunkan dari Al-Quran yang merupakan penyembuhan dan rahmat bagi orang-orang mulmin.’’ (Al Isra 82 ) Demikian juga, Rosulullah telah bersabda:  “ Jika anak Adam meninggal, seluruh amalnya akan putus kecuali tiga perkara: Shodaqoh Jariyah, Ilmu yang  bermanfaat, Anak sholeh yang mendoakan orang tuanya.”  HR Muslim. Tujuan dari proyek Mendorong umat islam untuk membaca ... Read More »

Proyek Pembangunan Masjid

Komite Kemanusiaan Indonesia telah menangani proyek pembangunan masjid sejak tahun 2007. Masjid Program KKI sebagai lembaga penghubung antara dermawan di Indonesia dan di luar negeri yang ingin membangun masjid di wilayah Indonesia Jumlah masjid yang dibangun oleh KKI  sampai sekarang telah mencapai 250 masjid, dengan berbagai ukuran. Mulai dari type masjid besar, menengah dan kecil, yang pembangunannya menyebar di berbagai ... Read More »

Jim Bumgardner’s Peace Tiles Cover Pop

Jim Bumgardner is a really interesting guy: by day a front-end computer programmer for Yahoo and Topspin, and by night, weekends and other time-space variants an artist, educator, family man and much more. Back in 2007 he did me a great favor by indulging in a Peace Tiles mosaic experiment. Using his Cover Pop program that pulls in Flickr images, ... Read More »

Getting it Wrong – Fragments from a Cyprus Diary 1964

Martin Packard MBE explains his family and personal background as well as his motivation in providing a first hand historical record of how he came to be posted to assist General Sir Peter Young in a peacekeeping role on the island of Cyprus during January 1964, following the outbreak of intercommunal violence between the Greek and Turkish speaking communities on ... Read More »