3 questions to ATIM for Uganda

Alice is an Italian girl, a midwife by profession and by passion. With her travels and periods of life in Uganda, she has moved my interest in a country that we, in Italy, almost don’t know, unfortunately. Uganda is located in central-eastern Africa, has a few more inhabitants than Spain and Argentina, so it is certainly not a small land, and is among the states … Continue reading 3 questions to ATIM for Uganda

Destiny or Poverty: Kidney failure in Madagascar

Kidney failure. This disease presents itself as the ultimate ordeal of several Malagasy people in recent years. Unlike COVID-19, the government is not able to manage all the patients affected by kidney failure. However, this problem is very costly. So for those who lose their lives, is it die time or lack of money? Destiny or Poverty? Some people do not know about kidney failure … Continue reading Destiny or Poverty: Kidney failure in Madagascar

The Easter tradition in Macedonia

For centuries back, traditions and customs in Macedonia have had a powerful impact on the collective mind and soul of the Macedonian people. Not only they have not been forgotten, but rather are vividly practiced today still. These traditions and customs have been tied with the religious holidays. But time has made that thin line that separates both being blurred and erased. Non-religious people in … Continue reading The Easter tradition in Macedonia

A short story of the smallest country

If Pluto relies on South America, Brazil could more or less contain it, with its 8,514,877 km² surface. Central Park, on the other hand, measures only 3.41 km2, but is almost 8 times larger than the smallest State in the world. It is a fairly recent State, born only 81 years ago, but actually with a rather ancient history, which someone might even say adamitic, … Continue reading A short story of the smallest country

THE MAN WHO SAVED THE WORLD (ISN’T A JOKE)

The story of generals gathered in their masses is going on, but this time our character isn’t a stupid war pig, and he is not a general. He was Stanislav Petrov, a Soviet lieutenant colonel at the time of the late Cold War, when the frictions between USSR and the US was about to collapse, the nuclear collapse. A model soldier, planed in the Soviet Air Defence Forces, in the … Continue reading THE MAN WHO SAVED THE WORLD (ISN’T A JOKE)

ROTARACT: CONNECTING THE WORLD IN THE TIME OF COVID-19

I met Rotaract in 2012 and in that year I also joined it. Honestly, before, I had never heard of it and I joined it for a rather absurd reason, linked to a dictionary of Kashubis downloaded with my first laptop, but it is a long story with which I will not bore you. Rotaract is an association promoted by Rotary International, in the past, it represented the pure youth … Continue reading ROTARACT: CONNECTING THE WORLD IN THE TIME OF COVID-19