How NASA protects astronauts from sound that peels paint off the walls

The room where new spacecraft rock out | ShareAmerica
#HamariKahani: Check out GharPar Founder Shameelah Ismail's entrepreneurial story.
#EmpowerWomen #BeBoldForChange #IWD2017 #USEmbassyISB#USPak #StartUp #Cup
Are you a waster? The answer is yes -- we’re all wasters when it comes to wastewater: 80% of it just flows back to nature untreated, polluting the environment and wasting a precious resource.
Let's reduce the quantity and pollution of our wastewater, and safely reuse as much as we can. So, don’t be a waster. Reduce and reuse wastewater.
#WorldWaterDay, March 22. [ Link ]
Why is World Water Day important? World Water Day is held every March 22, to raise awareness about the importance of water and to emphasize why each one of us must do our own bit to tackle the water crisis. Even today, there are over 663 million people living in the world without a safe water supply close to their home. They spend countless hours queuing or trekking to distant sources, and...
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Science and business are opening the spigot to clean water

Tapping science and business for clean water | ShareAmerica
“Ulasi Police” brings #KPK police and the local community together for open dialogue and question and answers [ Link ] #USAID
Hijabi Diaries: A Different Perspective -- As a Muslim and a Hijabi, being welcomed to an American home just like their own daughter has been something contradictory to what most people around the world would expect. As an international student, this has been the most enriching experience of my life! Friendship and understanding begin with individual action. Peace begins locally! - By...
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Hijabi Diaries: A Different Perspective | Pakistan-U.S. Alumni Network
American culture -- what’s the big deal about the South by Southwest Festival in Texas?

South by Southwest festival in Texas: A big deal! | ShareAmerica
Pakistan's first female bomb-disposal officer, Rafia Qaseem Baig, is breaking down gender barriers in the changing world of work for women.
#CSW61 #WomenHistoryMonth
How do sports empower women? Find out on March 29 at 6 a.m. EDT/10:00 UTC by participating in the global webchat “Finding Strength Through Sports” featuring panelists Nungshi and Tashi Malik from India, Aziza Kayumova from Tajikistan, and Fatima Saleem and Rabia Qadir from Pakistan

Upcoming Event: Finding Strength Through Sports | ShareAmerica
Dolores Huerta is a labor leader and co-founder of the United Farm Workers, a labor union for farm workers in the United States. She played a key role in passing an immigration act which allowed undocumented immigrants living in the U.S. since 1982 to apply for legal status. She has been arrested 27 times for nonviolent protests, has received 73 honorary doctorates, and a Presidential Medal...
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Did you know that Melania Trump was once a goodwill ambassador for the American Red Cross? Check out these five little-known facts about the U.S. First Lady

5 little-known facts about Melania Trump | ShareAmerica
Students of Anjuman Nawjawanan Charsadda (ANC) smile after receiving school bags, caps, and badges. With support from the #USAID Small Grants Fund, ANC works to improve the learning environment for hearing-impaired students and to develop their computer skills.
March is Woman’s History Month. Our virtual intern Emma explored some of the most powerful and influential women in the world . . .
Shirley Chisholm was the first black woman elected to the U.S. Congress, and the first woman to run for the president in the United States. She advocated and fought tirelessly for the rights of the poor, domestic workers, immigrants, and women. #WomensHistoryMonth
Be Bold for Change! Our Access students participated in International Women’s day celebrations at Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University and highlighted issues that affect young female students.