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Hello to you World updated

HELLO WORDPRESS…

Visit Hello to You World and get more informaton on life and culture in different countries.  Learn about cultural gaffes that could make or break relationships when living in or visiting countries.

This project was approved by American express as being innovative, achievable and having global impact http://www.membersproject.com/project/view/O3YPNO

Check out the links below for hellos from countries around the world, hellos which provide a hub through which one enters and grasps the life and culture of each country…money, flag, food, music, fashion, distribution of disease patterns, issues of water, sanitation, an appreciation of the way kids learn and the education system.   We all would like to understand how the other half lives, we can begin to know just by a simple hello.

Sudip Aryal from says “This project seems very nice and would surely come out be succesful. I am very much positive aboout its influence in a developing country like Nepal ”

What do we know of Nepal? Its money, its population, its food, its flag, etc…Hello to You World will help provide that insight necessary for a deeper understanding of how the other half lives.

Another comment was “Excellent …!!!! The beginning of a New Frontier! When we say hello, we are communing with the heart. Doors are open and anything is possible!”

You can appreciate the hellos from the countries in these videos as well as those on the website Hello to You World

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjAVKBvswdo&feature=related
Belize
Jamaica
Bermuda
Australia
Iraq
Trinidad and Tobago
Yemen
Indonesia
East Timor
Congo (Brazzaville)

USA (Hawaii)

Algeria
Guyana
Ghana
Cameroon
Egypt
Pakistan
England
Monaco
Mexico
South Korea
China
India
Brazil
Grenada
New Zealand
Lebanonand more hellos here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efZ6Yn11x9E&feature=related
Sweden
Suriname

Visit United Nations Yak to learn about the different players in the field of social and humanitarian development and United Nations activities around the world; feel free to join the Yakkers’ Community

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Hello to You World

HELLO WORDPRESS…

Visit Hello to You World and get more informaton on life and culture in different countries.  Learn about cultural gaffes that could make or break relationships when living in or visiting countries.

Hello to You World was approved by American express as being innovative, achievable and having global impact http://www.membersproject.com/project/view/O3YPNO

Check out the links below for hellos from countries around the world, hellos which provide a hub through which one enters and grasps the life and culture of each country…money, flag, food, music, fashion, distribution of disease patterns, issues of water, sanitation, an appreciation of the way kids learn and the education system.   We all would like to understand how the other half lives, we can begin to know just by a simple hello.

Sudip Aryal from says “This project seems very nice and would surely come out be succesful. I am very much positive aboout its influence in a developing country like Nepal ”

What do we know of Nepal? Its money, its population, its food, its flag, etc…Hello to You World will help provide that insight necessary for a deeper understanding of how the other half lives.

Another comment was “Excellent …!!!! The beginning of a New Frontier! When we say hello, we are communing with the heart. Doors are open and anything is possible!”

You can appreciate the hellos from the countries in these videos as well as those on the website Hello to You World

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjAVKBvswdo&feature=related
Belize
Jamaica
Bermuda
Australia
Iraq
Trinidad and Tobago
Yemen
Indonesia
East Timor
Congo (Brazzaville)

USA (Hawaii)

Algeria
Guyana
Ghana
Cameroon
Egypt
Pakistan
England
Monaco
Mexico
South Korea
China
India
Brazil
Grenada
New Zealand
Lebanonand more hellos here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efZ6Yn11x9E&feature=related
Sweden
Suriname

Visit United Nations Yak to learn about the different players in the field of social and humanitarian development and United Nations activities around the world; feel free to join the Yakkers’ Community

Feedback/opinion on Service

Re The Summit on Service at Columbia University organized by Service Nation in which Presidential Candidates John Mc Cain and Barack Obama shared their views on service.

The debate brought back to me memories of collaborating with the Peace Corps in farflung and distant communities during my career at the United Nations.

Listening to the forum prompted me to make this post.

I would hope that   honoring those who served in the Peace Corps could be the subject of a future show (Larry King, Oprah, the Daily Show) and introduce the new concept of a global youth corps below.

Global Youth Corps for Sustainable Development –  mission  to have peace break out in the world.

I collaborated with the Peace Corps  during my career at the United Nations, and remember the energy and enthusiasm of those American youth, open to learning local languages, foods, culture, and sharing info about the USA with communities.

This prompted me to suggest to the presidential candidates during the primaries that they should consider having a platform on service and youth which would not be unidirectional, like the Peace Corps, but involve youth from around the world.

This Global Youth Corps would be multidirectional, where youth from each country, not only from USA, would traverse the globe armed with PCs/laptops,iPods… United Nations Instruments – like the Convention on the Climate Change, the Declaration of Human Rights, the Goals of the UN – Millennium Development Goal, etc…working on connecting, linking, cooperating.

A network of youth, exchanging skillsets, learning languages, music, appreciating and understanding cultural and behavioural practices and differences,  knowing that, though we live in different climes, and different lands, we are basically the same – human beings.

These differences can be made clearer when youth are grouped by eco-zone:  youth from mountains, small island states, deserts, forest environments, all having specific adaptive and cultural behaviors which disappear or metamorphose when thrown into foreign environments, usually the urban areas.  Now the world can benefit from the knowledge and efforts of these youth.

Global youth corps for sustainable development would be of value as the youth involved would become future leaders and their participation in this movement would help make the world a better place –  they would be in the drivers’ seats for the creation of a better world based on service

Hello to You World would be the goal as we connect, communicate to create a better world .  The project below is one way going forward

http://www.membersproject.com/project/view/O3YPNO

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