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At 12:42pm on June 15, 2010, Eva said…
Hello,

iPeace is deleted from David Califa the end of June. Here you can find a new home.

http://peaceformeandtheworld.ning.com/

You are cordially invited.

Warm regards, Eva
At 1:24pm on January 7, 2010, Clicia Pavan said…

http://www.ipeace.me/xn/detail/2217368:Group:2370173?xg_source=activity
Come join our Group
Gaia Mother Earth, Gaia Madre Tierra
thanks
This is the first group that I opened
I hope you enjoy
I wish you much peace and love
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Ven y únete a nuestro grupo
Gaia Madre Tierra, Gaia Madre Tierra
gracias
Este es el primer grupo que me abrió
Espero que disfruten de
Le deseo mucha paz y amor
At 11:48pm on October 19, 2009, Clicia Pavan said…
Come be part of our group Gandhi, man of peace Thank you
http://www.ipeace.me/group/gandhimanofpeace
Namaste

At 12:06am on June 7, 2009, Clicia Pavan said…

davinca Come be part of our group
Gandhi, man of peace
Thank you
http://www.ipeace.me/group/gandhimanofpeace
Namaste
At 2:04am on April 14, 2009, Michael C. Dewey said…
(Hey I'm over my 100 ning friend request so I hope you add me.)


Keep the Faith,
Michael -#9 from the Beatles song lol.
At 12:56am on April 14, 2009, Bassam said…

At 12:11pm on April 13, 2009, Hans-Joachim KNOLL said…


Hello DAVINCA !!!
I hope, you are fine and healthy and send you the most cordial greetings.
I hope, we all find a good way for peace and freedom for all the people and for all the creatures on this wonderful blue planet.
Wish yourself and your family a happy eastern, a peaceful weekend, a good start in the new week and all the very best for you.
YOUR Hans-Joachim KNOLL
At 4:32pm on February 9, 2009, dima27 said…

"YES"

At 8:44pm on February 8, 2009, abd said…
hi davinca,
thanks for sweet words

pray for right

have a peace
At 2:32pm on February 8, 2009, Hamit GÜRSOY said…
Hello Dear DAVINCA;
Thank you for your friendship;
Greetings from Izmir-TURKEY
www.comeniusforpeace.eu
At 12:02am on January 5, 2009, Heimo Grimm said…

Hello Elisa Davinca - A warm welcome to the community of IPeace and thank you for the friend add. I am very pleased to be your friend! It´s nice to see you and your beautiful appearance here among my friends from all over the world. I wish you all the love, peace and light you can imagine. May the sun always shine brightly in your heart and may our common dream of worldwide peace become true. Blessings, all good wishes and a welcome hug coming to you to Wien with this little dove as an ambassador of peace from your new friend Heimo. I also want to wish you a Happy New Year! Love and peace! Ich nehme an, daß wir auch auf deutsch kommunizieren können? Wie lange lebst Du schon in Wien? Was machst du beruflich? Aus Deinem Blogspot ersehe ich daß Du Dich sehr für Gerechtigkeit und Frieden auf der Welt engagierst. Solche Menschen braucht die Welt heute! Mein Beitrag für den Frieden ist im wesentlichen die vegetarische Ernährung und der innere Friede durch Tai Chi & Qigong und Meditation.
At 9:32pm on January 4, 2009, Ali Afifi said…
Welcome dear friend to join my group on ipeace or iseecolor for questions about Islam and Quran

http://www.ipeace.me/group/IslamicQuestions

or my social network


Visit The Truth
At 6:19pm on January 4, 2009, Hamit GÜRSOY said…
Hello Dear DAVINCA;
I wish you HAPPY NEW YEAR & PEACE AND LOVE IN 2009;
Greetings from Izmir-TURKEY
www.comeniusforpeace.eu
At 3:43pm on December 30, 2008, shahid mehmud said…
hi davinca
every movement
every minute
every hour
every day
every week
every moth
every year
will b happy and peaceful for u
shahid
At 12:41pm on December 5, 2008, Larry said…

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PLEASE SIGN THE "OCEAN PETITION":
Open Door World.com / petition
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i love the artwork and the peaceful feelings in all
of our warm home pages... as we experience our
presence across the ondas of the woven web...
may the waves of your loving energy roll on...
to the i n f i n i t e shores of the universe
gently touching the Love of our creator...
standing there at the Ocean's edge...
guiding our paths to Love...
with a smile...



iPeace page....
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hey! look what happened to my little fishes...
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ps: give pizza chantz! :-)


At 3:22am on November 12, 2008, Fernando Paim said…
Hi Davinca, music for you.

Kisses.

At 9:29pm on October 26, 2008, Fernando Paim said…

Thank you Davinca. Verry welcome. Good Sunday!
At 6:23pm on October 26, 2008, Fernando Paim said…

Welcome to Ipeace
At 6:11pm on October 26, 2008, Mahran Yousef said…
hello
how r u?hope ur fine
peace and love to you
At 10:59pm on October 14, 2008, Rene Wadlow said…
Rene Wadlow

“determined to promote the common welfare by furthering separate and collective action for the purpose of raising levels of nutrition and standards of living”
Preamble of the FAO Constitution


The current financial crisis joins those of food and fuel to challenge the world economy. The three crises are inter-related and impact each other. Paying hundreds of billions of dollars to rescue the world’s financial industry looks likely to cut both humanitarian aid and development spending. The price of oil has dropped but is still high and is a drain on the funds of developing countries.

Foreign development issues may be the first victims of the financial crisis as government officials focus on domestic issues, especially if there is the predicted slowdown in the economy and a rise in unemployment in North America and Europe.

At a recent funding meeting in Geneva, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Antonio Guterres recognized that the financial crisis would raise challenges for those who have traditionally financed UNHCR programs. “At the same time, I must point out that the resources required to support the 31 million people we care for are very modest indeed when compared to the sums being spent to bring stability to the international financial system. It would be tragic if the funds available to the humanitarian community were to decline at the very time when demands upon us are increasingly so dramatically.”

Yet the decline in governmental aid to the developing world is probably inevitable. Thus an emphasis must be placed on creating a world food policy which draws upon improving local self-reliance while not creating nationalistic policies which harm neighbours. Food is a key aspect of deep structural issues in the world society and thus must be seen in a wholistic framework.

Jean Ping, the chairman of the African Union Commission noted recently that “The sharp increase in basic food prices has had a particularly negative effect on African countries. In the medium and long term, the Commission proposes measures to regulate speculation, the sharing of public cereal stocks, strengthening the financing of imports and reliable food aid, promoting investment in social protection and increased investment to boost agricultural production.” The African Union has 53 state-members with some 750 million people, over half of which are in what is now called “the bottom billion” — people living on $1.25 a day or less. While there is something artificial in poverty lines based on buying-power, such poverty statistics give an indication of the challenges faced.

While constant improvements in technology, mechanization, plant breeding and farm chemicals have steadily increased food production per acre in much of the world, African food production per acre has stagnated, and in some areas has gone down. Likewise, the portion of development assistance in Africa dedicated to agriculture has declined from 15 per cent in the 1980s to 4 per cent in 2006.

Thus the first need in Africa is to develop the local economies: Currently, poverty, lack of adapted technology, population pressure on ecologically fragile areas, a growth of urban slums due to rapid rural to urban migration is the lot of many Sub-Saharan African countries.

Increased action to improve rural life needs to be taken quickly. As the recent UN-sponsored Millennium Ecosystem Assessment notes “Human activity is putting such strain on the natural functions of Earth that the ability of the planet’s ecosystem to sustain future generations can no longer be taken for granted. It is becoming ever more apparent that human society has a rapidly shrinking window of opportunity to alter its path.”

World Food Day needs to be marked by a sharper analysis of the causes of rural stagnation and a renewed dedication to cooperative action.

Rene Wadlow, Representative to the UN, Geneva, Association of World Citizens
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