À propose de Kalpani Senasinghe

Kalpani is a Policy and Advocacy Intern at the Global Poverty Project in New York. She was born in Sri Lanka, grew up in Australia, has a background in nursing and is currently studying for her Masters of Public Health. When she has spare time she loves to dance, do pilates and get lost in a good book.

Pourquoi Kalpani Senasinghe est un(e) Global Citizen

I have a vision of a world without poverty and a world where women and children can live safely and happily. Born in a developing country (Sri Lanka) and growing up in a developed country (Australia), I have experienced both cultures and this has fueled my enthusiasm to make an impactful difference in whatever way I can. I believe we all have this enthusiasm and as global citizens we can make a difference together.

Articles

  1. Article: Meet the Aussie mushroom moguls

    Meet the Aussie mushroom moguls

    Par Kalpani Senasinghe |Global Poverty Project|27 mai 2016

    Meet the innovative duo changing the way we think about growing food and using waste. En savoir plus

  2. Article: Diplomatic deceits: Timor-Leste's oil injustice

    Diplomatic deceits: Timor-Leste's oil injustice

    Par Kalpani Senasinghe |1 mars 2016

    Oil and gas greed prevents Timor-Leste from ending its dependence on Australian Aid. En savoir plus

  3. Article: Australians must stand together for aid

    Australians must stand together for aid

    Par Kalpani Senasinghe |21 janvier 2016

    The Australian government is reducing aid to it lowest level ever, this must stop. En savoir plus

  4. Article: The price Papua New Guinea has to pay for Australia’s foreign aid cuts

    The price Papua New Guinea has to pay for Australia’s foreign aid cuts

    Par Kalpani Senasinghe |21 décembre 2015

    Cutting aid has a real impact on lives. En savoir plus

  5. Article: Standing up to a cartoon that insults all Indians

    Standing up to a cartoon that insults all Indians

    Par Kalpani Senasinghe |15 décembre 2015

    This has no place in our media. En savoir plus

  6. Article: Why the Persian Gulf states need to take in more refugees

    Why the Persian Gulf states need to take in more refugees

    Par Kalpani Senasinghe |Global Poverty Project|15 décembre 2015

    With more than enough money and infrastructure, why aren't Gulf states doing more? En savoir plus

  7. Article: How two very different people celebrated their 18th birthdays

    How two very different people celebrated their 18th birthdays

    Par Kalpani Senasinghe |Global Poverty Project|6 octobre 2015

    Education and celebrity celebrations; what have they got in common? En savoir plus

  8. Article: G-A-V-I ...vaccine preventable diseases goodbye!

    G-A-V-I ...vaccine preventable diseases goodbye!

    Par Kalpani Senasinghe  et  Ari Medina|Global Poverty Project|18 septembre 2015

    How to save the world through vaccinations. En savoir plus

  9. Article: Child mortality rate decreases dramatically but…

    Child mortality rate decreases dramatically but…

    Par Kalpani Senasinghe |Global Poverty Project|9 septembre 2015

    The world still has a lot to do if we are to ensure every child survives and thrives. En savoir plus

  10. Article: What does Canada have to do with polio?

    What does Canada have to do with polio?

    Par Leticia Pfeffer  et  Kalpani Senasinghe |Global Poverty Project|4 septembre 2015

    We are so close to achieving a polio-free world En savoir plus