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Modernizing Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures...
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Modernizing Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures to Expand Trade and Ensure Food Safety ab 4.99 € als epub eBook: 2nd CAREC Trade Facilitation Learning Opportunity: Sharing the Baltic Experience. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Sachthemen & Ratgeber, Fahrzeuge & Verkehr,

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Modernizing Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures to Expand Trade and Ensure Food Safety - 2nd CAREC Trade Facilitation Learning Opportunity ab 36.99 € als Taschenbuch: Sharing the Baltic Experience. Auflage 2016. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Wirtschaft & Soziales,

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Modernizing Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures to Expand Trade and Ensure Food Safety ab 4.99 EURO 2nd CAREC Trade Facilitation Learning Opportunity: Sharing the Baltic Experience

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ROLES AND PROBLEMS OF COOPERATIVES IN ETHIOPIA
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This book has two dimensions of filling the conceptual gap and sharing the empirical experiences on persons with disabilities, cooperatives, and employment opportunities. It starts by assessing cooperatives and the conditions of persons with disabilities of different types, goes through the findings on the roles and problems of Yenegew Sew Sanitary Service Cooperative and concludes with the multifaceted benefits of the cooperative. (social, economic, psychological, political and environmental). The research also investigated the problems of the cooperative in detail. From the findings of this book it is possible to sum up that persons with disabilities are not only consumers but also contributors to the society. In this book lessons can be learnt from GIS application in presenting and analyzing data to vividly understand the spatial perspective of the income generating activities of the cooperative. Therefore, the book has valuable contributions for social researchers, planners, practitioners and those who are interested in the issues raised in here. "Give a man a fish you feed him for a day, teach a man fishing you feed him for life" Chinese Proverb

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Roles and  Problems Of Cooperatives in Ethiopia
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This book has two dimensions of filling the conceptual gap and sharing the empirical experiences on persons with disabilities, cooperatives, and employment opportunities. It starts by assessing cooperatives and the conditions of persons with disabilities of different types; goes through the findings on the roles and problems of 'Yenegew Sew' Sanitary Service Cooperative and concludes with the multifaceted benefits of the cooperative. (social, economic, psychological, political and environmental). The research also investigated the problems of the cooperative in detail. From the findings of this book it is possible to sum up that persons with disabilities are not only consumers but also contributors to the society. In this book lessons can be learnt from GIS application in presenting and analyzing data to vividly understand the spatial perspective of the income generating activities of the cooperative. Therefore, the book has valuable contributions for social researchers, planners, practitioners and those who are interested in the issues raised in here. 'Give a man a fish you feed him for a day; teach a man fishing you feed him for life' Chinese Proverb

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Florence Nightingale and the Health of the Raj
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Florence Nightingale and the Health of the Raj presents in detail Nightingale's involvement with India and Indians, and shows how she progressed from being concerned with the narrow sphere of army sanitation to the socio-economic condition of the whole of India. Despite her interest in the country, Florence Nightingale never actually visited India, yet she still managed to instigate and inspire a number of sanitary and social reforms there. Starting in 1857 with army sanitation she had by the end of her involvement with India in 1896 shifted her attention to such social issues as village sanitation and female education. In between she was involved with the development of hospitals, irrigation, famine relief, the land tenure system in Bengal, urban sanitation, and female nursing. In Florence Nightingale and the Health of the Raj, Jharna Gourlay covers all these aspects of Florence Nightingale's work, tracing her political involvement and her growing awareness of Indian problems, showing how she gradually moved from an imperialist position to one advocating power sharing with Indians. Her story is also one of how a private individual without official position, moreover a woman in a patriarchal society, could influence government policy and public opinion on matters of immense importance. Based on primary sources from both Britain and India, particularly her own correspondence and articles, this book tells Florence Nightingale's story through her own words, whilst simultaneously placing it in the wider historical context. As such it will prove a fascinating and illuminating study for a wide range of scholars interested in nineteenth century imperialist, medical, gender and social history.

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Florence Nightingale and the Health of the Raj
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Florence Nightingale and the Health of the Raj presents in detail Nightingale's involvement with India and Indians, and shows how she progressed from being concerned with the narrow sphere of army sanitation to the socio-economic condition of the whole of India. Despite her interest in the country, Florence Nightingale never actually visited India, yet she still managed to instigate and inspire a number of sanitary and social reforms there. Starting in 1857 with army sanitation she had by the end of her involvement with India in 1896 shifted her attention to such social issues as village sanitation and female education. In between she was involved with the development of hospitals, irrigation, famine relief, the land tenure system in Bengal, urban sanitation, and female nursing. In Florence Nightingale and the Health of the Raj, Jharna Gourlay covers all these aspects of Florence Nightingale's work, tracing her political involvement and her growing awareness of Indian problems, showing how she gradually moved from an imperialist position to one advocating power sharing with Indians. Her story is also one of how a private individual without official position, moreover a woman in a patriarchal society, could influence government policy and public opinion on matters of immense importance. Based on primary sources from both Britain and India, particularly her own correspondence and articles, this book tells Florence Nightingale's story through her own words, whilst simultaneously placing it in the wider historical context. As such it will prove a fascinating and illuminating study for a wide range of scholars interested in nineteenth century imperialist, medical, gender and social history.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Roles and  Problems Of Cooperatives in Ethiopia
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This book has two dimensions of filling the conceptual gap and sharing the empirical experiences on persons with disabilities, cooperatives, and employment opportunities. It starts by assessing cooperatives and the conditions of persons with disabilities of different types; goes through the findings on the roles and problems of 'Yenegew Sew' Sanitary Service Cooperative and concludes with the multifaceted benefits of the cooperative. (social, economic, psychological, political and environmental). The research also investigated the problems of the cooperative in detail. From the findings of this book it is possible to sum up that persons with disabilities are not only consumers but also contributors to the society. In this book lessons can be learnt from GIS application in presenting and analyzing data to vividly understand the spatial perspective of the income generating activities of the cooperative. Therefore, the book has valuable contributions for social researchers, planners, practitioners and those who are interested in the issues raised in here. 'Give a man a fish you feed him for a day; teach a man fishing you feed him for life' Chinese Proverb

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Florence Nightingale and the Health of the Raj
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Florence Nightingale and the Health of the Raj presents in detail Nightingale's involvement with India and Indians, and shows how she progressed from being concerned with the narrow sphere of army sanitation to the socio-economic condition of the whole of India. Despite her interest in the country, Florence Nightingale never actually visited India, yet she still managed to instigate and inspire a number of sanitary and social reforms there. Starting in 1857 with army sanitation she had by the end of her involvement with India in 1896 shifted her attention to such social issues as village sanitation and female education. In between she was involved with the development of hospitals, irrigation, famine relief, the land tenure system in Bengal, urban sanitation, and female nursing. In Florence Nightingale and the Health of the Raj, Jharna Gourlay covers all these aspects of Florence Nightingale's work, tracing her political involvement and her growing awareness of Indian problems, showing how she gradually moved from an imperialist position to one advocating power sharing with Indians. Her story is also one of how a private individual without official position, moreover a woman in a patriarchal society, could influence government policy and public opinion on matters of immense importance. Based on primary sources from both Britain and India, particularly her own correspondence and articles, this book tells Florence Nightingale's story through her own words, whilst simultaneously placing it in the wider historical context. As such it will prove a fascinating and illuminating study for a wide range of scholars interested in nineteenth century imperialist, medical, gender and social history.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.11.2020
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