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Barney_Ugare Aug 14
Ahmad Rahman was shot in the leg when he was eight-months-old after fighting broke out between the Taliban and Afghan government. His leg had to be amputated.
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Eric Trout 13h
As long as sin lives in us, it has the power to wreck havoc on our relationships, so we cannot neglect the daily nurture that they need
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World Bank Poverty Aug 16
Data and technology can enable governments to bring better services, like health and education, to widen opportunities for all
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iSERVE 2050 | #LeadershipMatters #NwanyiBuIFE #ABC Aug 15
1/ RESTRUCTURE Nigeria 2/ REFORM the Constitution 3/ COGNITIVE RESTRUCTURING (Values Re-orientation and Mindset reset) ____________ #3 is often overlooked, but probably the most important, and the one that ALL Citizens have the power to contribute towards..
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The GFF Aug 15
On average, only 10% of people in African countries are covered by social protection systems which can help reduce poverty and build human capital. How so?
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World Bank ICT Aug 12
The jobs agenda is at the forefront of building . Globally, 200 million people are unemployed and looking for work, 2 million more join the work force annually. How can we to help them realize opportunities?
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World Bank Aug 12
Social protection programs are at the heart of improving human development for the poor & most vulnerable. They work directly with families to help them to build their human capital throughout their lives.
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World Bank Poverty Aug 13
It’s all about people: how does focusing on workers improve productivity and what has it meant in Jordan’s garment factories?
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Family Colors Aug 15
Things last for a short specific time; People last for a long long time. Investing in people will therefore be the way to go if you want the outcome of your investment to last for a long long time.
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Tebogo Masombuka Aug 10
Replying to @tebogomasombuka
If a parent is worried that their child is sick, how productive could they actually be when they are now forced to be at work because of an unsympathetic manager.
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International Fund for Agricultural Development Aug 14
Empowering people to lead their own development! 💫
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WB Social Protection Aug 10
In Sierre Leone, Salamatou Bangura struggled to feed her family and her house burned down. Through a social safety program that supports her with $10 a month, she has been able to rebuild and put food on the table for her children.
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World Bank Poverty Aug 12
Social protection programs "build, protect, and employ" to help break generational cycles of poverty and protect people from shocks. What do these programs look like?
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World Bank India 11h
Transforming learning assessment data into national reform means investing in people today to reap dividends for ending poverty & boosting shared prosperity worldwide.
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WorldBankSouthAsia Aug 15
Next time you purchase a brilliant artisanal piece, remember it just may come from ’s path-breaking craftswomen who are fighting patriarchy and beating poverty. Read full story:
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WB Social Protection Aug 15
"Before, my children went to sleep hungry. I couldn't afford to cook every day. But now every day I cook. Now I’m able to feed my kids before and after school," Salamatou said. What has made this difference in their lives?
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Illango Aug 15
Today in Pakistan🇵🇰, nearly 22.6M children are out of school & those attending school don’t always receive quality education. How can Pakistan best & give its children a brighter future? Join the conversation:
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Illango Aug 15
A brighter future for begins with its children. Investing in children's development through and provides a strong base for success. Download the report:
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WB Social Protection Aug 14
How did a social protection program reduce school dropouts and child labor while providing better nutrition for children from poor households in ? Learn about what made it successful here:
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The GFF Aug 14
is a key priority for . IDA works to close gender gaps by bringing—and keeping—girls in school, helping women gain access to land titles and more
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