Monthly Archives: January 2011

Is this your trash?

Meghan Larson is working in San Fernando, Philippines on community solid waste management programs This past weekend as I made my way down to the beach to enjoy the first few hours of daylight and a quiet walk along the … Continue reading

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My Canadian experience inspires my development work in Sri Lanka

Sumana Wijeratne was a Project Leader at Sustainable Cities for our work in Sri Lanka, Centering Women in Reconstruction and Governance, and the Urban Greening Partnership. She now runs VanLanka Planning and Consulting. To support her work, click here. The original blog appeared … Continue reading

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Working In A World Without Borders

Kate Letizia, one of our CIDA IYIP interns, has had her work featured in the University of Calgary Alumni Newsletter. Kate finishes her internship in San Fernando, Philippines, early next month. Thanks for all the great work, Kate! I’ve included the … Continue reading

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Bankable Craft

This is a wonderful project that was brought to my attention by Margaret McKenzie, Senior Associate of our CIDA Africa Program. She’s based out of Durban, in South Africa, where they are doing such amazing work. This is a side … Continue reading

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A Great Way to Start the New Year!

Last month, Sustainable Cities International launched our Annual Giving Campaign, featuring 3 unique projects in Sri Lanka, Vancouver and Dar es Salaam. All three of these projects are community oriented and very impactful. Our many thanks to all of you who … Continue reading

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