Monthly Archives: August 2002

Moi to Address Rally At Bureti

President Moi will today inspect development projects in Bureti District and thereafter address a public rally at Sotik town grounds. The President, escorted by the Rift Valley Provincial Commissioner (PC), Peter Raburu, will arrive at Sotik town grounds at 12 … Continue reading

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Holocaust Survivor Wins Goethe Prize

Marcel Reich-Ranicki, Germany’s most prominent literary critic, was awarded the Goethe Prize this week for his contributions to postwar German literature. The prize, given every few years on Aug. 28, the poet’s birthday, was previously bestowed on German-speaking intellectual icons … Continue reading

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Polonia – a Platform

The idea of a platform… That was it. It answered our needs and would open the door for others faced with the same challenge – using their resources to do good in ways only they could imagine or design. We … Continue reading

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The Origin of PGF

In the past few days I’ve had a few people asking me about the origin of PGF. Not the where and when, but the why. Over the next few posts I’ll attempt to explain a little. About 8 years ago … Continue reading

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Welcome to Polonia Global Fund

Welcome to the PGF blog. I’ll be using this blog to talk about the work of PGF, world events that may be of interest to you, and some of the day-to-day stuff my colleagues and I encounter in running a … Continue reading

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