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Documenting Crimes Against Humanity

Documenting Crimes Against Humanity

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

This project, led by the Johns Hopkins Center for Public Health and Human Rights (CPHHR), is designed to build local capacity and document mass atrocities in the ethnic states of Burma.

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ACES (Animal Center Education Services) Workshops

ACES (Animal Center Education Services) Workshops

Helen Woodward Animal Center

The Helen Woodward Animal Center offers three-day workshops, as well as an annual International Conference, to animal shelters from across the globe to learn about "the business of saving lives."

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Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences

Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences

Graduate Theological Union

Over its nearly twenty-five year history, CTNS has engaged in some of the most respected and well-known research on the relationship between the natural sciences and theology.

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Online Catalogue of Portolan Charts

Online Catalogue of Portolan Charts

The Hispanic Society of America

Portolan charts, illustrating the harbors and trade routes of the Mediterranean, were an early cartographic form. The online catalogue will include a full description, with images, of each chart.

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AIDS Nutrition

AIDS Nutrition

Mama's Kitchen

Mama's Kitchen home-delivers meals to people living with AIDS who are physically and/or mentally unable to prepare their own meals. In 2012, 278,778 nourishing meals were delivered to 404 individuals

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Helen Woodward Animal Center

Helen Woodward Animal Center

Helen Woodward Animal Center, located in Rancho Santa Fe, California, is a unique, private, nonprofit organization dedicated to saving the lives of animals and enriching the lives of people.

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Harpst Center for Catholic Thought & Culture

Harpst Center for Catholic Thought & Culture

University of San Diego

The Frances G. Harpst Center for Catholic Thought gives USD and the surrounding community resources to experience the intellectual, social, cultural and spiritual traditions of the Catholic Church.

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Graduate Theological Union

Graduate Theological Union

The Graduate Theological Union is an ecumenical educational institution, building bridges among Christian denominations and other faith traditions, dedicated to educating students.

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Promote Mental Health

Promote Mental Health

International Medical Corps

Although mental illness affects 450 million people worldwide, there is only one psychiatrist for ever two million people in many parts of the world.

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Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health

Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health

Cleveland Clinic

The Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health offers patients and caregivers a complete continuum of care, infusing education and research into all that we do for those afflicted by neurocognitive disorders.

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