Strategi Pemberantasan Korupsi dan Kontribusi Gerakan Mahasiswa oleh Dr. Hamid Chalid dan Dr. Abdul Haris M. Rum

Sudah bosan membahas korupsi, namun korupsi adalah ironi yang besar, ga pernah habis – habisnya. Islam di Indonesia sangat tinggi dan juga peringkat Korupsinya sangat tinggi, Negara lain juga tapi lebih massive Indonesia.

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Kemurahan ALLAH SWT pada hamba-NYA

di ambil dari : http://seteteshidayah.wordpress.com

Apakah dosa zina itu d ampuni oleh ALLAH? Jawaban adalah YA ia bisa melakukan taubat.  Jika taubatnya diterima oleh Allah SWT, maka YA dapat diampuni dosanya semuanya.

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Hal ini sesuai dengan firman Allah :

Katakanlah, Wahai hamba-hambaKu yang melampaui batas, terhadap diri mereka sendiri, janganlah kamu berputus asa dari rahmat Allah. Sesungguhnya Allah mengampuni dosa-dosa semuanya. Sesungguhnya Dial-lah Yang Maha Pengampun lagi Maha Penyayang” (Q.S. Az Zumar: 54) Baca lebih lanjut

Mia Farrow appeals for aid on behalf of children in the Sahel, UNICEF, By Chris Niles

NEW YORK, USA, 1 May 2012 – UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Mia Farrow has issued an urgent appeal on behalf of a million children in the Sahel whose lives are threatened by severe acute malnutrition.

The internationally acclaimed actress and humanitarian has recorded a public service announcement to encourage people to support UNICEF’s life-saving efforts in the region.

“I’ve seen mothers watching their babies dying of starvation. For those children who survive, malnutrition will permanently damage their minds and their ability to grow,” Ms. Farrow said. “So try not to think of 1 million children; think of one child, one little boy or girl who needs your help right now.”

please visit : http://www.unicef.org/

Newborns: reducing mortality by World Health Organization

Key facts

  • Every year nearly 40% of all under-five child deaths are among newborn infants, babies in their first 28 days of life or the neonatal period.
  • Three quarters of all newborn deaths occur in the first week of life.
  • In developing countries nearly half of all mothers and newborns do not receive skilled care during and immediately after birth.
  • Up to two thirds of newborn deaths can be prevented if known, effective health measures are provided at birth and during the first week of life.

The vast majority of newborn deaths take place in developing countries where access to health care is low. Most of these newborns die at home, without skilled care that could greatly increase their chances for survival. Baca lebih lanjut

Maternal mortality by World Health Organization

Key facts :

  • Every day, approximately 1000 women die from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth.
  • 99% of all maternal deaths occur in developing countries.
  • Maternal mortality is higher in rural areas and among poorer and less educated communities.
  • Adolescents face a higher risk of complications and death as a result of pregnancy than older women.
  • Skilled care before, during and after childbirth can save the lives of women and newborn babies.
  • Between 1990 and 2008, maternal mortality worldwide dropped by one third.

Maternal mortality is unacceptably high. About 1000 women die from pregnancy- or childbirth-related complications around the world every day. In 2008, 358 000 women died during and following pregnancy and childbirth. Almost all of these deaths occurred in developing countries, and most could have been prevented.

Progress towards achieving the fifth Millennium Development Goal

Improving maternal health is one of the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) adopted by the international community in 2000. Under MDG5, countries committed to reducing maternal mortality by three quarters between 1990 and 2015. Since 1990, maternal deaths worldwide have dropped by 34%.

In sub-Saharan Africa, a number of countries have halved their levels of maternal mortality since 1990. In other regions, including Asia and North Africa, even greater headway has been made. However, between 1990 and 2008, the global maternal mortality ratio (i.e. the number of maternal deaths per 100 000 live births) declined by only 2.3% per year. This is far from the annual decline of 5.5% required to achieve MDG5. Baca lebih lanjut