Brunei Darussalam is a tiny, sultry, rain forest-covered country ruled for centuries by Sultans. Iceland, on the other hand, is an arctic expanse dotted with glaciers and volcanoes, settled centuries ago by Norsemen. Separated by several seas and dramatically different cultures, these two countries nevertheless share a common concern: caregiving.
Family caregiving is indeed a global issue, as the statistics on visitors to Family Caregiver Alliance’s website, www.caregiver.org, attest.
From Australia to Zimbabwe, visitors from 111 countries perused Fact Sheets, articles, research and reports on FCA’s website in the Summer of 2002, including four people in Brunei and six people in Iceland. Although by far the largest number of visitors to the site hail from the United States and Canada, all parts of the globe are represented, including the United Kingdom, Australia, Spain, Mexico, Germany, China, Poland, South Africa, Hong Kong, Polynesia, Venezuela, Croatia, France, and many other countries.
While most of the information on the FCA site is presented in English, many of our most popular Fact Sheets have been translated into both Spanish and Chinese, providing international website visitors information in their native languages.
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