WEFOUNDUnBound: Stories from the Unwind World (Unwind Dystology)


Unbound in the Philippines has five offices and more than 50,000 sponsored members , including children, youth and elders. As communications liaison for the Philippines, I cover stories from the region through text, photos, audio and video. To be able to effectively cover the whole region, a correspondent network was created. It’s composed of sponsored students and Unbound scholarship holders who have an interest in writing and photography. They receive basic training in journalism and photography, and I encourage them to submit story ideas that could inspire the Unbound community.

Correspondents are active in discerning the stories that should be covered, which is a difficult task, because all stories about sponsored children and elders are worth telling. These stories, which encourage individuals to sponsor a child and change their lives, are at the heart of our work in communications.

We cover stories of sponsored children and their families who share with us their struggles, challenges and inspiring success stories. To get the stories, I communicate with program coordinators who assign a staff member to work with me in the region I’m planning to cover.

Unbound in the Philippines has five offices and more than 50,000 sponsored members , including children, youth and elders. As communications liaison for the Philippines, I cover stories from the region through text, photos, audio and video. To be able to effectively cover the whole region, a correspondent network was created. It’s composed of sponsored students and Unbound scholarship holders who have an interest in writing and photography. They receive basic training in journalism and photography, and I encourage them to submit story ideas that could inspire the Unbound community.

Correspondents are active in discerning the stories that should be covered, which is a difficult task, because all stories about sponsored children and elders are worth telling. These stories, which encourage individuals to sponsor a child and change their lives, are at the heart of our work in communications.

We cover stories of sponsored children and their families who share with us their struggles, challenges and inspiring success stories. To get the stories, I communicate with program coordinators who assign a staff member to work with me in the region I’m planning to cover.

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Our research programmes mainly feature observational astronomy, and span the electromagnetic spectrum from X-rays to radio wavelengths. We study many size scales, ranging from the properties of dust grains, up through stars and exoplanets through to entire galaxies and clusters of galaxies in the near- and high-redshift Universe. Survey astronomy is a particular strength. Our computing facilities also permit extensive in-house computer modelling and simulation.

A number of projects are jointly supported by CAR and the Centre for Atmospheric and Instrumentation Research (CAIR) , based on our shared strengths in light scattering and instrumentation.

Unbound in the Philippines has five offices and more than 50,000 sponsored members , including children, youth and elders. As communications liaison for the Philippines, I cover stories from the region through text, photos, audio and video. To be able to effectively cover the whole region, a correspondent network was created. It’s composed of sponsored students and Unbound scholarship holders who have an interest in writing and photography. They receive basic training in journalism and photography, and I encourage them to submit story ideas that could inspire the Unbound community.

Correspondents are active in discerning the stories that should be covered, which is a difficult task, because all stories about sponsored children and elders are worth telling. These stories, which encourage individuals to sponsor a child and change their lives, are at the heart of our work in communications.

We cover stories of sponsored children and their families who share with us their struggles, challenges and inspiring success stories. To get the stories, I communicate with program coordinators who assign a staff member to work with me in the region I’m planning to cover.

Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours.


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