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About 146 results for "chronic poverty research centre"

Selected Articles: Poverty and Social Inequality

…inflation has not increased in any significant way and unemployment has been chronic in more than 30 states of the American Union, with this, the dangers of deflation persist and with this a new recession. Housing Crisis, Bankruptcies, Schools, ... Global Research, 3 weeks ago

Dr Simon Duffy: The Misleading Research at the Heart of Disability Cuts

In the wake of the resignation of Iain Duncan Smith , the UK Government's attack on disability benefits has only just started to receive mainstream coverage. Until recently the Government managed to get away with presenting cuts in disability ...
 Huffington Post UK1 week ago

Otorhinolaryngology and tuberculosis

Dr Stephen Antony , Director, Divine Medical Centre and Dr Monica M Michael , ENT Surgeon Divine Medical Centre, Bengaluru elaborate on the various forms of TB and its manifestations Tuberculosis, a communicable disease caused by the ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago

Medicare scare

Medicine cost eats up two-thirds of the money spent by people from their own pockets for health, pushing those with chronic diseases towards poverty, said speakers at a policy dialogue yesterday. The out-of-pocket (OOP) payment is about 63 ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star2 months ago

Oman's conference stresses on saving genetic pool for food, farm needs

Muscat: A 100 per cent increase in the number of camels has been reported in Oman between 2009 and 2013, according to research conducted by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MAF). The total number of camels in the Sultanate has increased ...
 Times of Oman2 months ago

World CSR Day: ICRISAT wins two CSR awards for work on climate change and community development

Hyderabad, India — For its science-backed development the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) received awards in two categories — Accounting for climate change and Community development at the ABP News ...
 ICRISAT2 months ago

How much is inequality increased by regressive taxation and government spending? (We don't know, but let's please ask.)

Introduction But there are two problems: first, the Bank and van der Berg research cannot be considered comprehensive, for countervailing data are simply ignored ; and second, nevertheless, a variety of neoliberal commentators, including ...
 CADTM1 week ago
Dominion Post

Obesity rises at unprecedented pace worldwide

Excess weight raises the risk of diabetes, heart disease, and other chronic conditions. The past 40 years have seen an unprecedented increase in the number of obese adults worldwide, climbing to about 640 million from 105 million in 1975. If ...
 Dominion Post3 weeks ago

Research, innovation panacea for economic growth

By Ebele Orakpo Many diseases and natural disasters like poor farm yields due to desertification, and erosion, hitherto attributed to the gods and witchcraft, were later found to be caused by microorganisms and global warming caused by activities ...
 Vanguard1 month ago

Nimble steps to end mental health shortages

Not only does poverty cause many physical health problems — it is also a major risk factor for mental illness. Poor people worry more about daily survival, they also have a greater likelihood of being a victim of crime and less access to ...
 SciDev.net1 month ago
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