Saturday, April 15, 2017

Poll Results: Why Are There So Many Indians and Bangladeshis Interested in Moving to Peru?

Here are the poll results for Why Are There So Many Indians and Bangladeshis Interested in Moving to Peru?
  • Love: 23% with 11 votes
  • Work: 13% with 6 votes
  • The ability to get Peruvian citizenship: 19% with 9 votes 
  • Schooling / Education: 6% with 3 votes
  • Culture: 9% with 4 votes
  • Language: 6% with 3 votes
  • Being far from home: 6% with 3 votes
  • Being able to start over: 4% with 2 votes
  • The Indian community in Peru: 9% with 4 votes
  • Other: 4% with 2 votes
Love conquers all!
In first place is love with 23% of the votes. The ability to get Peruvian citizenship is second with 19% of the votes, and in third place is work with 13% of the votes. Thanks for voting!







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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Help Those Affected by the Devastating Floods in Peru

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Since December 2016, rains have been beating down on Peru resulting in the worst flooding in 30 years. Mostly recently, catastrophic floods have hit northern Peru leaving hundreds of thousands affected. Piura River has flooded in banks. Having lived in Piura, I know how much rain can affect this desert. Nearly 100 people have died and 700,000 have been left homeless in 12 of the 25 regions. Thousands of kilometers of roads and crops have been swept away. Archeological sites have been affected as well which will in turn affect tourism. Image source

Many organisations are raising money for Peru Flood Relief. Peruvian embassies and consulates are also helping out. Below you can find some places that are accepting donations.

You can also read more about the flooding at the following sites.
 

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