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8 things you may not know about UNESCO

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This month, UNESCO celebrates its 68th birthday. It will also see member states decide on its future work and role in the post-2015 development agenda setting. ...

This month, UNESCO celebrates its 68th birthday. It will also see member states decide on its future work and role in the post-2015 development agenda setting.

Here are a few interesting facts about this U.N. specialized agency.

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  • MuhiddinMugne Muhiddin Mugne Idea for the Development in Africa 10 Nov. 2013
    Being from Africa(I know better our situation).
    1. What I get is why we are from bad to the worse or still finding ourselves in Bad situation 'see the Hunger, Diseases and so on..'?
    2. Is that because of the Donations are spent wrongly with not well studied Useful Projects?
    * Please if there are Projects for Africa, let we see what is done and how many is spent;
    ** For the Development please start with giving/creating Jobs for men women by investing for Useful Projects(we need Hygienic Cities with hygienic Houses & with hygienic Roads “give us materials for building them, we have enough manpower” and this will help for ending or reducing so much those chronic Diseases as TB, Malaria, Typhoid and others Tropical diseases, and also it’s reducing Morbidities & Mothers & Children Mortalities in Africa;
    *Let we have Functioning Enough Health Centers with Qualified Doctors “by finding UNV-doctors” instead of getting so expensive International staff or International Consultants;
    *Let we have useful Agriculture Projects for cultivation enough food “giving/creating jobs for agriculture productions not bringing food from outside” and that is (for local outo-sufficiency);;
    *Let we have useful Projects for healthy enough Animals(starting from chickens, sheets, cows & camels) and useful Projects for fishing and their Conservation Items(for local outo-sufficiency);
    *Let we have enough/functioning Universities for a while till creating local/national Professors for future building themselves;
    *Let we have Inter-States Roads for better Communication and exchanging Products/Interests between African States;
    *Let we get help of keeping in our National Intellectuals Fellows (help encouraging offering acceptable salaries which could permit getting acceptable life in their Countries(not encouraging Brain Migration);
    *Let we have discussions all, for the Real African Development;
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  • MuhiddinMugne Muhiddin Mugne Yes Development should start through People, increase number of Intellectuals in Africa, Doctors in Agriculture, in Veterenary, In Health Care, in Industries & Business encouraging Private Sectors and give/create Jobs by Investing in Africa(otherwise People without Job is Disaster, is NO-Development, is Hunger, is Diseases and increased Mortality. 5 months ago
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  • ITGBUDS INTEGRAL TRANSFORMATION GROUP, INC. at INTEGRAL TRANSFORMATION GROUP, INC. Productivity through people ... sustainability through people, inclusive growth through people. Development starts with people, not goods. 5 months ago
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