The World Bank Board of Executive Directors in 2015 approved an additional financing in the amount of US$45 million to support the implementation of the Government of Mozambique’s Higher Education, Sciences and Technology project. Continuous education expansion and high population growth has resulted in an increase in primary and secondary Continue Reading
How on earth do we get saddled with such creepy clients as Karzai and Hosni Mubarak over and over again? In large part its a vestige of the Cold War when all the world was a potential theater in the struggle against communism, why untested left communism is a threat no ones knows barring a few white and grey right-wing capitalists?
Considering the current statistics, China can be contemplated as the largest economy accompanying a GDP value of more than USD 11 trillion. Supporting in line is the evidence that the Chinese population is considered to be of upper middle class with per capita income of about USD 13,170 (PPP) per Continue Reading
It is not praised if you are the only one to understand what you speak; Interesting is the situation when you speak and the others understand. What could not be foreseen was the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857 – showing the fragility of the British hold on the sub-continent. For four Continue Reading
We’re making a new site based on Drupal 8. This site needs to display addresses, and some quick research leads us to the Address module. However, after downloading and trying to enable Address, we get the following message: Address requires the commerceguys/addressing library. In the old days a requirement like Continue Reading
There are many IVF centers propping up now-a-days. These IVF Clinics and specialists claims to deal in many similar services that run for the welfare of families, who are not blessed with organic kids. Best IVF Clinics always receive compliments and blessings from its patients and always continue to help Continue Reading
The British economy turned in a steady performance in 2016, growing at the second fastest rate among the G7 economies. Growth in the sixth months following the EU referendum was significantly stronger than some had feared pre-vote, when the Treasury and others predicted a Brexit vote would result in recession. Continue Reading