• Bottom of the Pyramid - Business Plan Permanet
    of them are in the developing countries, because of the financial lack for Medicine and prevention products. Since Malaria is transferred through mosquitos, it is wide-spread in warm countries which have a monsoon season. These countries are mostly less developed, malaria should also be considered as...
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  • Mosquito Control by Larvivorous Fish
    Review Article Indian J Med Res 127, January 2008, pp 13-27 Mosquito control by larvivorous fish G. Chandra , I. Bhattacharjee, S.N. Chatterjee & A. Ghosh Department of Zoology, University of Burdwan, Burdwan, India Received June 8, 2006 There is growing of the effects of insecticide used...
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  • Prevention and Management Strategies for Malaria
    India has had lots of hits and misses with malaria since independence. Prevention starts at home. Self determination is needed .Protective measures should be adopted; they not only help protect the individual but rather deprive the mosquito of its blood meal .self enforcement is the key, motivation and...
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  • Neem Oil
    indica) OIL USED IN AN OIL BURNER AS INCENSE MOSQUITO REPELLENT LEADER: OCAMPO, YSABELLA ASST. LEADER: BALASOTO, JANUS MEMBERS: ALLASAS, PATRICIA CASTAÑARES, JASON MIRANDA, CHRISTIAN NEEM (Azadirachta indica) OIL USED IN AN OIL BURNER AS INCENSE MOSQUITO REPELLENT INTRODUCTION Mosquitoes are...
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  • Nepal
    Nepal [1] is a landlocked country in Southern Asia, between the Tibet autonomous region of China and India. It contains eight of the world's 10 highest peaks, including Mount Everest - the world's tallest - on the border with Tibet, and Lumbini, the birth place of Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism...
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  • Unit 8: Worldwide Destinations M2: Explain How Different Factors Might Affect Travel to India.
    Unit 8: Worldwide destinations M2: Explain how different factors might affect travel to India. Monsoon season Monsoon season in India The death toll from this year's monsoon has already climbed past 800, and now some 1.2 million people have been marooned, and about 2 million more affected...
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  • Japan's Exporters Eye Every Rupee
    economy as a whole." An 81-page report from the ministry and many of Japan's leading exporters about the opportunities in countries like China, Brazil, India and Vietnam is being passed around board rooms across Tokyo. It says Japanese companies can't just focus on rich countries and rich consumers. They...
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  • Rural Marketing
    of Rural Demand 34 Profile of Rural Market 36 Role of Advertising in Rural India 39 Rural Advertising Current Scenario 47 Constraint in Rural Market 52 Communication in Rural India 54 Selective Media Mix 56 Media Research Statistics 69 Disadvantage...
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  • essay on parle g co.
    destination is also a place where many industries reside. Thus our faculty took us to the Parle G Products , Genesis Poweronics India Pvt. Ltd. , R.R. Masala , No.1 mosquito Repellent coils. 1.1 THE BUSINESS EXPOSURE : Business exposure is a very essential subject...
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  • Rural Marketing
    proportion of its population living in rural area’s: They were Year Rural Population In 1901 89 per cent In 1951 83 percent In 1971 80 percent In 1981 76 per cent In 1991 74 per cent In 2001 73 per cent With more than 700 million people living in rural areas, in some 5,80,000 villages, about two—third...
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  • Consumer Behavior of Rural Person
    in Rural India with Reference to FMCG Sector Prof. (Dr.) S L Gupta & Arun Mittal Abstract The Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) sector is very important for Indian economy. This sector touches every aspect of human life. The FMCG companies are now encashing that opportunity. In rural India, this is...
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  • Infectious Diseases
    killing more than 250,000 people, about two-thirds of the population in the affected lake-shore areas" (CDC). According to the World Health Organization the disease covers 36 countries and 60 million people. The majority of the affected population live in remote areas of sub-Saharan Africa with little...
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  • Mosquito Repellent Industry
    MOSQUITO REPELLENT INDUSTRY- OVERVIEW Its sole reason for existence in the market is the omnipresent mosquito, which makes life excruciatingly difficult for the average Indian during summer and monsoon months. In many ways the primary factor fuelling the explosive growth of this market – characterized...
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  • Anthropology 1AA3 Assignment 1
    economy, population distribution, horticulture, environment and anatomy, biological anthropologists and cultural anthropologists are able to draw connections and prove how humans have adapted to malaria over time. Cultural and biological anthropologists have observed that people from India, Asia, and...
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  • Somedocu
    soaps and synthetic detergents; household cleaners, such as dish/utensil cleaners, floor cleaners, toilet cleaners, air fresheners, insecticides and mosquito repellents, metal polish and furniture polish- Food and health beverages, branded flour, branded sugarcane, bakery products such as bread, biscuits...
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  • Reality Check at the Bottom of the Pyramid
    much higher margins and prices than you thought were necessary—or possible. by Erik Simanis ABOVE MightyLight customers in Barmer, Rajasthan, India 120 Harvard Business Review June 2012 M ost companies trying to do business with the 4 billion people who make up the world’s poor follow a...
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  • Fmcg
    important contributor to the country's GDP. It is the fourth largest sector in the economy and is responsible for 5% of the total factory employment in India and captures a market capitalization of around 60,000 crore rupees. This has been due to liberalization, urbanization and increase in the disposable...
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  • Service Marketing
    the entire value chain gives India a competitive advantage. Penetration level as well as per capita consumption in most product categories like jams, toothpaste, skin care, hair wash etc in India is low indicating the untapped market potential. Burgeoning Indian population, particularly the middle class...
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  • Rural Shop Audit – a Study on Fmcg Brands Sold in Rural Shops in Tamil Nadu
    products by urban India is Rs. 49,500 crore as against is Rs.63,500 crore in rural India. Also the projected study by NCAER suggests that the number of middle and high income households in rural India is expected to grow from 80 million to 111 million by 2007; whereas in urban India, the same is expected...
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  • Fytttt
     Brazil, Cambodia, Colombia, Costa Rica,Cuba, Dominican Republic, French Polynesia, Guadeloupe, El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala,Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Jamaica, Laos, Malaysia, Melanesia, Mexico,Micronesia, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay,[4] The Philippines, Puerto Rico, Samoa,[5]Western Saudi...
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