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Iskashitaa Refugee Network
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Iskashitaa Refugee Network is a grass roots organization that helps rebuild refugee lives through our partnerships with volunteers and local organizations.
Iskashitaa Refugee Network is a grass roots organization that helps rebuild refugee lives through our partnerships with volunteers and local organizations.

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Hmm... how about using one of Iskashitaa's delicious marinades? 
Marinating 101: You don't need to marinate your steaks all day in order to get impressive flavor. Learn what makes a marinade work—and what doesn't: http://recipe.ly/17zwwf5
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Photo of the Day: Great turnout at Food for Thought at India Oven!
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Photo of the day: Awesome Volunteers are the best!
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Check out this article about Iskashitaa's event with YWCA Tucson featuring a very talented violinist.  Purchase your ticket today!

http://azstarnet.com/news/local/refugee-network-sponsors-armenian-syrian-violinist-s-concert/article_add5c0bc-be0c-58ff-bc74-fb83c27f800b.html

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Today is a good day to remember the trees that give us delicious fruit!
It's National Arbor Day. Think of our trees.
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A farming couple with fruit they produced through our projects on agro ecology and environmentally-friendly approaches to local food production in the Amazon region of Brazil.

Photo: Laercio Miranda / UNDP Brazil
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The best gift for Mother's Day is love, so how about some love with a multiplier effect? Allow your Mother’s day gift to give to the community – with donations to continue our pursuit of recording grandma’s recipes, sharing culture through food and stories, feeding families, and connecting refugees to resources.
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Why following us on Google+ makes a difference! Your influence can change your community. #socialmedia   #makechange  

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And don't miss the official post-race party at Hotel Congress and Maynard’s Kitchen. #Tucson   #5k  

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In the midst of conflict, education is often seen as a luxury for those who are also struggling to find food, aid and shelter. With limited funds, the necessities for survival are what end up getting prioritized. 

Here's one way we are ensuring that the usual obstacles are torn down. 

After all, access to #education  is a fundamental human right. No matter what: http://rfg.ee/jY82r

©UNHCR / T. Ghelli / Students work on their distance learning courses at the JRS center in Malawi's Dzaleka camp. #humanrights  
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