effective poverty eradication programmes: the rights based PhD thesis, . document review of thirty six poverty alleviation programmes implemented in three.
A Path Analysis of Causal Model for Poverty Alleviation. PhD. Thesis. Muhammad Yusri Zamhuri. E10D721. GRADUATE SCHOOL OF Phd Thesis On Poverty Alleviation ECONOMICS. RYUKOKU
Ghelawdewos Araia October 13, 2014
This article intends to critically examine the state of educational developments in Botswana and South Africa from Southern Africa; Ethiopia and Tanzania from East Africa; Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, and Sierra Leone from West Africa; and Egypt and Morocco from North Africa. The methodology employed throughout the text of this article is the comparative and international education perspective, but the latter, as some people assume, is not simply about comparisons and contrasts. It goes deeper rather in exploring the educational theory and practice in international context, delves into the purposes of schooling, educational access and opportunities, accountability, as well as professionalism and quality education. The methodology also involves demographic attributes, geographical and economic realities, as well as political and cultural factors.
economic growth and how such growth translates into poverty reduction. Using different household survey data at 5 to 10-year intervals, the AfDBÂs Research Department conducted a pro-poor growth analysis in four of AfricaÂs middle-income countries (MICs): Mauritius, Morocco, South Africa and Tunisia. While all four countries are shown to have moved from agro-based primary sector economies, with manufacturing, services, exports and tourism becoming increasingly important, significant differences emerge in terms of the poverty-reducing effects of the observed growth.
Giramy Zahilay is a lawyer and recent graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Born in Gedaref, Sudan, he immigrated to the United States with his family at age three and grew up in Seattle, Washington. He received his B.S. in Biological Sciences from Stanford University in 2009. Before Law School, he spent a year working at a law firm in San Francisco, and another year working to fight poverty in America through the Congressional Hunger Center in Washington, DC. During law school, he had the opportunity to intern at the White House and assist President Obamas legal team by conducting research and writing memos on various legal issues ranging from policy implementation to federal ethics
These talks present results that extend conceptual and definitional clarity on what wellbeing is across cultures, and provides a richer understanding of ‘wellbeing.’
Hadush Berhe, Assistant professor of Industrial Engineering, Ethiopian Institute of Technology, Mekelle University
Because of extensive growth in infrastructure (roads, schools, railways, water, electricity), and the booming construction industry, Ethiopias Gross Domestic Product (GDP) had grown at the rate of 10% per annum from 2003/04 to 2014/15. At the same time, as measured by the international poverty line of less than $1.90 per day, the poverty trends in rural and urban areas of Ethiopia have decreased from 55.3% in 2000 to 33.3% in 2011 (World Bank. 2017).
Sisu is an age-old Finnish word denoting extraordinary determination in the face of adversity, which the individual deems significant. It arose from the harsh conditions the early Finnish settlers were forced to endure. After centuries, sisu is still considered one of the core elements of Finnish culture. However, it has no direct translation and the construct has remained poorly defined and under researched. Recently, it has become the focus of a PhD research that utilizes grounded theory and action research.
Given our strategic research priorities and geographic location, our research community is uniquely situated to lead the way in the studies of Great Lakes; Oceanic, Fisheries and Aquaculture: Understanding borders; viable and safe communities; and sustainable fishery industry. We are committed to undertake research with highly qualified personnel. By collaborating with global fishery institutions, government and other stakeholders, we are making significant improvements to fundamental knowledge and understanding in these fields.
he Muse of Forgiveness
Author: Professor Bereket Habte Selassie
Publisher: Red Sea Press
This is a book essentially about the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Party (EPRP). The author is no stranger to most Ethiopians and Eritreans. He held several positions of power in Ethiopia, such as Attorney General, Associate Justice of Ethiopia's Supreme Court, Vice Minister of Interior, and Mayor of the Eastern Ethiopian City of Harer. After switching sides by going over to Eritrea, he was mostly known as the principal architect of Eritrea's constitution which never saw the light of day. After a falling out with the Isayas regime, he is currently Professor of African and Afro American studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and he also teaches at the School of Law there.
The project is fully covered by the North Mara Gold Mines (ACACIA). TAFIRI-Mwanza offers technical assistance in terms of training the NYAKEGEMA members on fish pond construction and aquaculture management. Since the start of the project to present TAFIRI- Mwanza received some amount to cover supply of fish feeds, allowances, fish pond monitoring and management.
Human activities (such as illegal fishing methods/gears, poor agricultural practices, mining, deforestation, biomass burning) and natural processes have an impact on sustainability of aquatic ecosystems. Therefore, research is needed to understand their current status, and how human activities and natural processes may affect ecosystem components, structure and functioning in the future in order to devise mitigation measures.