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Women in India turned courage into capital
These rural women in India were denied savings accounts because they couldn't read and write. Now the bank they started has $20 million in capital. Watch more and image credits: https://www.ted.com/talks/chetna_gala_sinha_how_women_in_rural_india_turned_courage_into_capital?utm_campaign=social&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_content=talk&utm_term=global-social%20issues&fbclid=IwAR2mD_baQo6FW2q1pYb1_CWbvWr3znXPxf39RWq2nONtxhs9dUDgPL6WF3M
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Schizophrenia Runs in My Family
On the morning of my 25th birthday, I looked at the wall calendar from my spot in bed, horizontal and snug beneath the covers. And I waited. I knew what turning 25 meant in my family. My mother, who has struggled with mental illness for the better part of her life, started hearing voices around the time she turned 25. Her paternal grandmother was a diagnosed schizophrenic. So was her biological father. My mother is certain that she has schizophrenia, though she has never been formally diagnosed. Partly because she doesn’t “do doctors.” Partly because she doesn’t have medical insurance.https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/01/fashion/psychosis-schizophrenia-family.html
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Trees, ‘superfood’ for community's mental health
Increasing tree canopy and green cover across Greater Sydney and increasing the proportion of homes in urban areas within 10 minutes’ walk of quality green, open and public space are among the New South Wales premier’s new priorities. Cities around Australia have similar goals. https://theconversation.com/increasing-tree-cover-may-be-like-a-superfood-for-community-mental-health-119930?fbclid=IwAR0ub0PyCEHAKqnBsupD4bvjPiEi9Rw6odDJ54fwf_TL9bOvTCxAZHY-X5U
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The daigou channel —a billion dollar industry
My first time was when I was on Christmas vacation and one of my best friends asked me to send her some high quality and well-known Australian products,” she says. Angela is one of an estimated 150,000 “daigou” — Chinese for ‘buy on behalf of’ — working here in Australia.https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-07-31/chinese-daigou-changing-influencing-australian-business/11221498?sf216688328=1&fbclid=IwAR2iwe0fcfCzTdk4JkUcxivhNkF-vfuLB4kumTjtAdh6D0llgfsQGyq4p6E
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