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Purvang Panchal


  • commented on Apply: 2017-2018 GenUN Fellowship 2017-01-28 05:22:51 -0500
    yes i like the way UN engases the UN

  • commented on Strategies for Local Grassroots Advocacy 2017-01-15 09:00:00 -0500
    this is a good chapter

  • commented on Popular New Year’s Resolutions that Support the United Nations 2017-01-15 08:59:29 -0500
    we get better as years pass by

  • commented on 2017 Members' Day at the UN 2016-12-21 13:06:47 -0500
    wish every one a success on 17 february and may the day go well for the members


  • commented on Save the Date for the 2016 UNA-USA Leadership Summit: June 12-14 2016-04-22 11:47:03 -0400
    IM EAGER TO ATTEND THIS EVENT FOR A BETTER FUTURE AND DISCUSS AND SOLVE THE CONCEQUENCES OF THE BITTER PAST

  • commented on 2015 UN Highlights 2016-02-18 10:39:33 -0500
    2015 was ayear of joy and sadness. Sadness took the largest share due to political conflicts due to many misunderstandings. Barack Obama one of the most influential president had done a lot to resolve conflicts related to rebel war and nuclear projects but the one main thing is that why did all that occured, why do those people kill their own brothers and sisters. we are all born for a reason and thats what we had to see. Refugees from many warzone countries have to be dependant on other countries, their home which was been built by hardwork and sweat was left abandond by just some rebellian and governemental misunderstandings. so let us all resolve together those conflicts especially terrorism and end the crisis which may affect the innocents.

  • commented on The Power of Youth: What does government mean to you? 2016-02-18 10:27:47 -0500
    The government does not rule the country BUT SERVES IT therefore it is paramount for the government to involve their citizens or guest in their decisions. Some countries are dissolved by the government but thier heart(citizens) suffer. we can all come together to make a world free of curropt politics and live without hierachy and unbiasness

  • commented on Five Ways to Celebrate International Women’s Day on Campus 2015-02-20 03:10:34 -0500
    its our first priority to step up and fight for women equality and fight against women violence

  • signed Take Action to Support Vaccine Funding 2015-01-25 11:38:02 -0500

    Take Action to Support Vaccine Funding

    We need YOU to take action to support global vaccine funding!

    Times are tough for many Americans — and Congress must fund programs that are proven to be effective and will save lives. That’s why we need your help to tell Congress that vaccinating children around the world is a priority. Global health and immunization programs save lives and help protect us here at home — and vaccinating children in developing countries is one of the best investments we can make. We need your help to get this message out.

    Over the next few months, Congress will decide how much U.S. funding goes to critical foreign aid programs, like global health and vaccines. During this process, it is critical that you let your member of Congress know that you do not want any cuts made to global health funding or funding for global vaccines.

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  • signed Thank UN Peacekeepers 2017-01-09 04:24:28 -0500
    The world is on fire right now from from wars going on all around the world. This proves that the human species is becoming unsuccesful and we are destroying ourselfs. Mahatma Ghandi said an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind but our current world will be whole dead because of life for a life. i appreciate the peackeepers preventing it to happen.


    I ( Purvang Panchal ) Gen-uinely appreciate and thank the UN peacekeepers who risk their lives and restore control and peace in the world in order to save other hundreds. THANKYOU!

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    UN peacekeepers risk their lives every day to rebuild societies wracked by violence and natural disasters, restore confidence in people who have known little but war, and adapt to new challenges in some of the most difficult places in the world.

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  • signed Numbers count. So should girls. 2014-12-19 11:30:13 -0500
    I appreciate the UN to encourage young supporters or members to take a step ahead in the Girls Count Act and will also take part in this to urge the senator to pass the Girls Count Act.

    Numbers count. So should girls.

    Why Count Girls?

    Approximately one person in twelve around the world is a girl or young woman aged 10–24. Yet many developing countries do not account for the number of girls in their population. Due to an unavailability of systems to count these girls, and sometimes simply due to a lack of political will, girls will be denied birth certificates or other forms of official identification.  This means that as a girl grows up it will be difficult, if not impossible, for her to attend school or get a job in the formal business sector. She will not be able to own her own or inherit land, start her own business, or vote. She will likely be confined to the home and left unpaid – an invisible member of society.

    Update: The House of Representatives just voted unanimously to pass the Girls Count Act. The Senate passed the bill at the end of May, which means it now heads to the President’s desk to be signed into law!

    Congress passing the Girls Count Act is a huge step toward helping girls (and boys) everywhere reach their full potential. When a child isn’t registered, they are invisible in the eyes of their government and their society. And girls are disproportionately affected.

    Read the full story here. 

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