• Social Innovation
    the new approaches needed to hasten the process of reducing poverty and hunger. By combining innovative ideas from indi- viduals and investments from public, private, and civil society organizations, such entrepreneurs can guide complex global food systems and rural institutions toward their goals. Often...
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  • Student
    in Kenya 20mks Contents INTRODUCTION. 2 COMMUNITY BASED HEALTH CARE. 3 COMMUNITY DIAGNOSIS. 3 ETHINICITY. 3 EMERGING HEALTH CHALLENGES 4 POVERTY 4 HEALTH SYSTEMS. 4 OVER-RELIANCE ON EXTERNAL SUPPORT FOR KEY HEALTH INTERVENTIONS. 4 CORRUPTION 5 UNDER FIVE MORTALITY...
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  • Business Process
    including new trade corridors, new industry participants, many takeovers and the swing to greener materials handling processes, are all contained in a major survey published recently by PricewaterhouseCoopers, writes UDO RYPSTRA. New trade corridors between Asia and Africa, Asia and South America, as well...
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  • Pestel India
    billion) during April 2011-February 2012 by writing new policies while the insurers sold about 35.12 million policies collectively. Private players sold seven million policies.The general insurance industry continued with its growth trajectory as the gross written premium grew 24.03 per cent during 2011-12...
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  • The Future We Want
    socially and environmentally sustainable future for our planet and for present and future generations. 2. Poverty eradication is the greatest global challenge facing the world today and an indispensable requirement for sustainable development. In this regard, we are committed to freeing humanity from poverty...
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  • Transnationals Responsibility in China
    assess the influence of WLCs on speeding emerging economies, like China’s, through the corporate responsibility cycle. It discusses major motivators for ecological responsibility: public awareness, government monitoring, competitive advantage and WLCs top management commitment, and then highlights the impact...
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  • Ptcl
    Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited COMPANY analysis COURSE: Seminar In Business And Public Policy Submitted TO: Dr. Irum Khan Submitted BY: Sana Munir Midhat Batool MBO-II SEMINAR IN BUSINESS AND PUBLIC POLICY TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 INTRODUCTION OF TELECOM INDUSTRY............................
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    Corporate Social Responsibility and Emergent Models in Management of Stakeholder Capital in Philippine Conglomerates Serafin D. Talisayon Fifth International Research Workshop on Asian Business Singapore Management University, Singapore 13 April 2009 Abstract The paper adopts a social benefit-cost...
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  • Food Security in Bangladesh
    an extensive use of land to meet the growing demand for food. Despite the growth in food production and its availability, food insecurity is still a major problem because of the lack of purchasing power. Food Security: A conceptual framework: Food security refers to the availability of food and one’s...
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  • Paper Ir
    it offers all citizens an opportunity to lead a life with honour and dignity. This paper on the role of employers, labour and trade unions in the emerging Indian economic scenario is offered with the hope that it will invite all concerned parties (government, industry and trade unions) to reflect specially...
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  • Changes in Society
    future Global public healTh SecuriTy in The 21ST cenTury A sAfer The world healTh reporT 2007 WHO Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data World Health Organization. The world health report 2007 : a safer future : global public health security in the 21st century. 1.World health – trends. 2...
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  • Role of Media in Tourism
    technologies,  globalisation,  and  cultural  contestations  on  the  Africa’s  tourism  industry;  (  2)  to  present  an  overview  of  the  current  challenges  of  tourism  policy  issues  and  options  in  Africa  and  how  they  can  be  slowed,  halted  and  reversed    by  media  communications  campaigns ...
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  • Can It Rain for the Government?
    TECHNOLOGY C LOUD COMPUTING Can it rain for the govt? Issues around security, standardisation and availability for public cloud exist, but private clouds can be a safe bet for govt By Prachi Shirur The cloud computing buzz has been around for some time now. Its biggest promise for users...
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  • Software Engineering
    Lanka” has taken a holistic approach and established an institutional framework for planning and implementation. The main objective of this study is to analyze institutional readiness to face e-governance challenges by introducing policy and regulatory initiatives. The current situation of “e-commerce” and...
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  • Science
    EFMN project (www.efmn.info) 2. The future of R&D in services: implications for EU research and innovation policy (PREST) 3. Emerging Science and Technology priorities in public research policies in the EU, the US and Japan (CM International) 4. Perspectives of national and regional research and innovation...
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  • Tobacco Control
    Tobacco Stocks Divestment 1 1.1 Responsible Investment Framework The Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation (Guardians) have made considerable progress during the year in the development of their responsible investment framework. The Guardians approved their revised Responsible Investment Policy, Standards...
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  • Imf Report
    of Stability Indicators The Euro Area The United States Japan Emerging Markets and Other Economies Regulatory Reform References Chapter 2 Restoring Confidence and Containing Global spillovers Global Debt Overhang and Stability Challenges Euro Area Crisis—Reversing Financial Fragmentation The United States:...
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  • World Economy Report
    Economics, Lingnan School Wanjun Wu Abstract 1. Introduction of India’s economy 2. Characteristic of India’ s economic reforms 2.1 Background 2.2 Major sectors 2.3 Main achievements 3. Characteristic of India’s dual economy 4. The way forward 5. References 1. Introduction of India’s economy In terms...
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  • Communicable Diseases
    Dr.S.Kayarkanni1 and Mr.M.Senthilkumar2 Inroduction : Improvement in the health status of the population has been one of the major thrust areas for the social development programmes of the country. This was to be achieved through improving the access to and utilization of Health...
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  • Green Credit Policy in China
    2011:02 Financing a Green Future An examination of China’s banking sector for green finance Yunwen Bai Supervisor Mikael Backman Thesis for the fulfilment of the Master of Science in Environmental Sciences, Policy & Management Lund, Sweden, June 2011 MESPOM Programme: Lund University – University...
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