Applying Business Concepts to the Education Sector
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An organisation in Ecuador has helped some 10000 farmers to improve their lives. The work is strengthening market linkages between them and their urban consumers, by improving local seed production and use methods of sustainable agriculture.
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Op deze website kan je de reis van de Beagle virtueel overdoen. Zo kun je de reis die Charles Darwin ondernam met de Beagle in animatievorm herbeleven. Naast de Engelstalige versie is er ook een Franstalige en Spaanse …


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Why study Law at University if I want to become a lawyer?
If you are thinking that you might eventually wish to pursue a career as a lawyer, whether a solicitor or a barrister, there are two different ways of getting the necessary qualifications. One is to study any subject at University other than Law, then do a one-year Law conversion course and finally complete the relevant vocational course to become a solicitor or a barrister. The other route is to study Law at University, typically for three years, and then take the relevant vocational course. G
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Liberia's Ongoing Water Crisis: Does Rhetoric Match Reality?
Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/liberia-monrovia-water-population-urbanization Despite continued promises from Liberia's government agencies to improve water conditions in the country, Liberia's water supply remains contaminated and inaccessible to many communities. Currently, 18 percent of all deaths in Liberia are related to illnesses caused by poor water and sanitation. In 2008, the Liberian government launched the Poverty Reduction Strategy to chart development and promised t
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After Tunisia's Revolution: Political and Economic Challenges a Year Later
Learn More: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/tunisia-revolution-democracy-unemployment-economy-strikes-conservatism-islam-constitution-arab-spring One year the Tunisian Revolution that sparked the Arab Spring, Pulitzer Center grantee Jessie Deeter continues her investigation of the politics and economy of Tunisia. The Tunisian Revolution, which ousted President Ben Ali after 23 years of strict rule, left Tunisia in a difficult political and economic transition during a worldwide recession an
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Commencement 2012 student profile: Vanessa Vasquez
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Science Bulletins: Seeking Signs of Another Universe
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An After-School Network Expands Learning Time for Middle Schoolers
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