I hope that the new blog layout is easier to read. Also, the new layout leaves more space for photos, something the Little Peacekeeper (http://www.littlepeacekeeper.org) will be very happy about. For those who wonder how this blog looked like before the upgrade I attached a screenshot below.
As mentioned before, please let me know if something doesn’t work and I will fix it.
Thanks a lot, Sebastian
I’m in the process of updating the blog and thus there will be was a scheduled maintenance later earlier today.
There is still some work to be done and not everything is fixed yet but if you have some comments / complaints / ideas please leave a comment below.
I believe I’m almost done with my work for today. Let me know if anything doesn’t work and I will fix it. Thanks!
The Little Peacekeeper has not returned from his trip yet. On the picture you see him at another place in Aceh which is witness to the devastation caused by the Tsunami. The boat has been washed onto the land by the flood wave and crashed into the house.
This is a quick note to let you know that the UNICEF job vacancies are back online on the UN Job List. Please have a look at the vacancies and apply if you are qualified.
I want to particularly thank the colleagues at UNICEF very much for their support in getting the vacancies back on the UN Job List.
Today, the Little Peacekeeper is celebrating World Humanitarian Day. He honors the many humanitarian aid workers that help people in need all over the world. More information is here: http://www.worldhumanitarianday.info/
On the picture you see The Little Peacekeeper dealing with heavy incoming flood. Fortunately he is fine, he managed to escape. But many of the people dealing with the floods in Pakistan require our help. And now you can help! For instance via UNICEF (http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/pakistan_55538.html) or via WFP (https://www.wfp.org/donate/pakistanflood).
On the last picture you could see the Little Peacekeeper on the top of the PLTD Apung. You can see the whole ship on this picture. The ship was pushed several kilometers onto land by the Tsunami and set down in the middle of the village when the water receded.
The Little Peacekeeper is in Banda Aceh and has a look at the signs of Tsunami devastation. Do you have any imagination of where he might be right now? The answer will come soon…
As you know the Little Peacekeeper is in Indonesia. He is in Banda Aceh to be precise. Can you find the Little Peacekeeper on this picture? The museum is a reminder of the 2004 Tsunami disaster. To find out more have a look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aceh_Tsunami_Museum