SpainCroatia farewell to Rolando Urios

The next official game for the European Champions 2012 for Spain against Croatia, that is to be played 9th or 10th of March, will also be used as a special occasion, saying good bye to a player that managed to become World Champion with Spain, Rolando Urios.The Spanish federation are preparing a rich farewell, and they also want that he parts with the national team in a game against one of the best teams in the World, as well as a game that is very important for the qualifications for the European Championship 2012.The president of the Spanish Federation, Juan de Dios Roman, added that it was “honor to have Urios in the Spanish team, and that’s why he needs to be sent like a champion”, ← Previous Story Serbian Super League derby (Video): Partizan beat Zvezda Next Story → Lars Kaufmann in SG Flensburg from 2011 Croatia handballRolando UriosSpain handball read more

Heres how this bus could change homeless peoples lives

first_imgSource: Lava Mae/YouTubeBEING HOMELESS MEANS that you may lack access to what the rest of us take for granted: a bed to sleep on, a toilet to use, a shower to wash under.Now an innovative organisation in San Francisco has turned a decommissioned bus into mobile shower and toilet facilities.The company, Lava Mae, aims to have four buses on the road by 2015, providing over 2000 showers a week.Lava Mae received a $100,000 grant from Google as part of its Impact Challenge for the Bay Area.Here’s more about how it turned the bus into a mobile shower: Source: Lava Mae/YouTubeThe project comes from Lava Mae’s belief that:Everyone has the right to be clean. With hygiene comes dignity and dignity, opportunity.There are only seven locations in San Francisco where if you’re homeless you can take a shower – and there are over 3,500 people on the city’s streets who are homeless.While there aren’t plans for a franchise, Lava Mae is “committed to open source sharing of everything we’ve learned and created from the budget to the bus design”, its founder Doniece Sandoval told TheJournal.ie, adding that they have already been contacted by people from Ghana to Egypt.What do you think of Lava Mae?Read: ‘The government needs to act now’: Demand for homeless service up 25%>last_img read more