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If there is one topic that gets humanitarians and other aid workers talking - apart from the obvious discussions about capacity-building and food aid - it is the challenge of finding a prospective partner in the field.
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These are the much more likely stories.” While there might be reason enough to date an aid worker - the popular blog Why Dev lists the most obvious (your partner will never make you listen to Bono - after all, what does he know about aid?
We are a community of thousands of members who are straight, gay, lesbian and both young and old.Everybody expects that they will meet somebody amazing like the French MSF [Médecins Sans Frontières] doctor with whom they will have these wonderful romance travels around the world,” said Julia*, an aid worker who just left Haiti after a lengthy tour of duty and is ready to start a stable relationship.“Occasionally that happens, but looking at my colleagues in the business, many are feeling isolated and torn apart.Much like Facebook, Humanitarian Dating includes photo albums, friend lists and privacy settings.
But unlike Facebook, it is rife with thoughtful blog posts and profile pics of members carrying out humanitarian work - not posed, lecherous or drunk.
And there are "vegan vixens" and "eco warriors" who "simply want to make a better world" - and flirt - on