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Mozambique Mozambique: Science and Technology to Drive Sustainable Development
Mozambique's Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education, Jorge Nhambiu, on Monday challenged the producers of knowledge to make scientific research and technological innovation into levers in the search for solution which will drive sustainable development.
Gambia Gambia: 'More Than 15 Visually Impaired Were Trained On ICT' Says Start Now Director
The Director of Star Now organization Mr. Alieu Jaiteh has said that more than 15 visually impaired Beneficiaries were trained on ICT and now they can contribute their quota in all sectors of development.Mr. Jaiteh made this remark at the one year celebration of the computer training center for the visually impaired at a ceremony held at the Brikama Area Council on 28th of March 2015.
United States U.S.: Survey Shows Women Are Equally Qualified for Top Jobs, But Barriers Persist
The majority of Americans see women as equally capable of being a qualified political or business leader as men, and attribute fewer women at top positions in government and business to a double standard held against them in U.S. society, a recent survey suggested.
United States U.S. Unveils Five-year Plan to Fight Superbugs
The U.S. government on Friday released a five-year plan that outlines steps such as significantly reducing unnecessary antibiotic use to combat the growing threat of resistance to antibiotics.
United States U.S. Senate Passes Republican Budget with Deep Spending Cuts
The U.S. Senate early on Friday passed a Republican-authored budget plan that seeks $5.1-trillion in domestic spending cuts over 10 years while boosting military funding, putting Congress on a path to complete its first full budget in six years.
United States U.S.: More Americans Use Mobile Banking, Fed Says
More and more Americans are using mobile phones to access bank accounts, credit cards, or other financial accounts in 2014, according to a report released by the Federal Reserve on Thursday.
United States U.S.: Meet the Agencies - Modeling the Future at GSA
In our last installment, we visited the U.S. Forest Service’s newly renovated building. This time around, we visited the Forest Service’s inspiration, the headquarters of the General Service Administration, also located in downtown Washington, D.C.
United States U.S.: IoT, and What Does It Mean for Security?
In the connected future, the Internet of Things is expected to play a huge role in everyday life. Are enterprises ready to handle?
United States U.S.: 4 Ways to Engage the Next Generation of Government Talent
With shrinking budgets and an aging workforce, government organizations face several unique challenges in building their next generation of leaders.
Brazil Brazilian Women Still Make More Mobile Purchases Than Men
A survey conducted in Brazil by mobile payment company Pagtel has revealed that, out of its 5 million customer database, 53 percent of mobile payments are made by women and 47 percent by men, reports Convergencia Digital.
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