Monday, September 6, 2010

kepada seseorang tak ada yg perlu dicemaskan kerana kita sedang menelusuri kenyataan

selamat hari raya.maaf zahir batin. saat bergembira beraya, kenang2kanlah penderitaan dunia, di mana saja, di Patani, di Kashmir, di Mindanoa, di Afrika, dan pastinya di Malaysia juga:
video

kepada seseorang
tak ada yang perlu dicemaskan
walau gerimis sore tadi
menghapus garis-garis yang kita lukiskan di perkarangan

sobekan koran
daun kering
mainan anak
hanyut mengikuti arus ke selokan

ooh, biarkan sajak-sajak terlipat
di rak buku yang berdebu
tidurlah dengan selimut penuh lukisan burung
yang kita sulamkan bertahun-tahun

tak ada yang perlu dicemaskan
kerana kita sedang menelusuri kenyataan

Kerjasama seluruh warga desa Jatisura berperformance membersihkan makam.
video oleh Pa KW Ginggi
foto2 oleh Rangga
lagu puisi Ary Juliant
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inilah dunia kita, dunia lapar dan derita, juga dunia kenyang dan bahagia:

GLOBAL HUNGER

CHILD HUNGER

  • More than 70 percent of the world's 146 million underweight children under age five years live in just 10 countries, with more than 50 per cent located in South Asia alone;
    (Source: Progress for Children: A Report Card on Nutrition, UNICEF, 2006)
  • 10.9 million children under five die in developing countries each year. Malnutrition and hunger-related diseases cause 60 percent of the deaths;
    (Source: The State of the World's Children, UNICEF, 2007)
  • The cost of undernutrition to national economic development is estimated at US$20-30 billion per annum;
    (Source: Progress for Children: A Report Card on Nutrition, UNICEF, 2006)
  • One out of four children - roughly 146 million - in developing countries are underweight;
    (Source: The State of the World's Children, UNICEF, 2007)
  • Every year WFP feeds more than 20 million children in school feeding programmes in some 70 countries. In 2008, WFP fed a record 23 million children.
    (Source: WFP School Feeding Unit)

MALNUTRITION

  • It is estimated that 684,000 child deaths worldwide could be prevented by increasing access to vitamin A and zinc
    (Source: WFP Annual Report 2007)
  • Undernutrition contributes to 53 percent of the 9.7 million deaths of children under five each year in developing countries.
    (Source: Under five deaths by cause, UNICEF, 2006)
  • Lack of Vitamin A kills a million infants a year
    (Source: Vitamin and Mineral Deficiency, A Global Progress Report, UNICEF)
  • Iron deficiency is the most prevalent form of malnutrition worldwide, affecting an estimated 2 billion people.6 Eradicating iron deficiency can improve national productivity levels by as much as 20 percent.
    (Source: World Health Organization, WHO Global Database on Anaemia)
  • Iron deficiency is impairing the mental development of 40-60 percent children in developing countries
    (Source: Vitamin and Mineral Deficiency, A Global Progress Report, p2, UNICEF)
  • Iodine deficiency is the greatest single cause of mental retardation and brain damage. Worldwide, 1.9 billion people are at risk of iodine deficiency, which can easily be prevented by adding iodine to salt
    (Source: UN Standing Committee on Nutrition. World Nutrition Situation 5th report. 2005)
  • WFP-supported deworming reached 10 million children in 2007
    (Source: WFP Annual Performance Report 2007)

FOOD & HIV/AIDS

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