The incredible success of the UN Job List e-mail alert is the reason why newly signed-up alerts currently don’t receive e-mails. The site simply exceeded my current e-mail sending capacity and I need to adjust some back-end setting of the UN Job List.
I think that I will be able to resolve this issue over the next few days but please bear with me for the time being.
Also, this serves as a reminder for all of you who don’t need your e-mail alert any longer: Please sign-out if you don’t need the alert anymore or if you change your e-mail address. To do that, there is a link in every alert e-mail. Just click this and your signed out with one click.
Thanks a lot for your help!
UPDATE: It’s all fixed for now.
It’s not simple to know where the Little Peacekeeper is from his last post. But this picture should make it a little easier to guess. Do you know which country he is visiting now? While the Little Peacekeeper is out traveling the UN pays tribute to the UN peacekeeper’s work and sacrifices. Learn more about that here: http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=34842&Cr
Here you see the Little Peacekeeper in front of a UN House – but can you guess which country?
We talked about the Millennium Development Goals but how do we measure them? And how do we measure other things that matter? How do we find out what needs are where? The Little Peacekeeper is minding the gap at the station and the Gap Minder (http://www.gapminder.org/) is a very fascinating way to explore development data – try it!
It’s summertime and the Little Peacekeeper relaxes a bit at the lake. As a post scriptum to his last post he found a website called The MDG Monitor (http://www.mdgmonitor.org/) there he can find out how countries are progressing in achieving the MDGs.
Well the answer is easy. The Little Peacekeeper is on track(s) – quite literally as you can see (and don’t worry, those tracks don’t carry trains any longer). But are the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) on track? Find out more: http://www.undp.org/mdg/
It’s so nice to be outside these days so he spends some time in nature. While looks over the landscape he is thinking about the latest State of the World’s mothers report (http://www.savethechildren.net/alliance/what_we_do/every_one/news.html). Do you know the top 3 countries in this report? And the bottom 3? Check the link to find out.
The Little Peacekeeper is on his way home. You can see him in the subway on the picture.
The Little Peacekeeper was supposed to travel to Amman. But he missed his flight. Now how’s a bit lost with his suitcase and wonders what to do.