The World Economic Forum recently published a report on an often difficult to measure reality: the economic value of human capital. The report, titled Global Human Capital Report , measures the knowledge and its levels that enable human beings to contribute to the global economy throughout their lives. Each of the countries studied in the world is ranked in this index, which unfortunately no doubt shows that Africa is lagging behind. On average, sub-Saharan Africa scored There is therefore no fatality.
Human capital: Africa still has a lot of progress to make
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What You Need to Know When Traveling to Fiji
Fiji is a country of beauty and tradition, where respect for community and family are held above all else. As you prepare to visit the incredible Fiji Islands, read on to learn a bit more about the culture, traditions, and general goings-on of this beautiful island haven. The culture in Fiji is strong, and visitors to the beautiful Fijian Islands will find that the people of Fiji are welcoming and kind. Fijians value community and family, and though things move slowly here, everything is done with great respect and kindness. The society is based on communal living, meaning everyone contributes to and benefits from the needs and returns of the community as a whole.
The Marie-Louise von Motesiczky Charitable Trust was founded by the artist several years before her death in It builds upon the biography of Motesiczky written by the art historian and curator Jill Lloyd, which appeared in For an artist whose career appeared to be developing quietly and away from the mainstream, at least until a group of prominent exhibitions in London, Manchester and Vienna late in her career, one learns with some surprise that Motesiczky participated in more than forty exhibitions during her long life. Working from the mids until her death in she produced around paintings and over a thousand works on paper. Moreover, she created works of great originality and insight at all stages of her long career and this is perhaps the more unusual achievement.