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Colours of Ethiopia

Ethiopia Painted face Mursi

Colours of Ethiopia Western women wear make-up to feel more attractive and confident which is the common practice. However, women and men live in remote areas of Ethiopia also use white chalk and red ochre to decorate their faces. I

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The habits of highly intelligent smart people

Smart guy selling barbecue

Is smart synonym of intelligent? It is difficult to know that the person acted smartly in a given situation until the time has passed. Are all intelligent people smart? Many intelligent people do stupid things. Only smart people immediately cover

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Social Entrepreneurship : Feed The Street Children

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The Tata Institute of Social Sciences (Centre for Criminology and Justice, School of Social Work) and Action Aid India has conducted first ever census of street children in Mumbai. Their findings are: A total of 37,059 children were found to

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Exploitation has many faces

Stop violence against women.

On 16 December 2012 in Munirka, a neighbourhood in South Delhi India, a 23-year-old female physiotherapy intern was beaten, and gang-raped in a private bus in which she was travelling with a male friend. There were six others in the

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Game instructional design

Gamification instructional design
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Role of universities in gamification

virtual classroom

Canada is the third ranked game producer in the world, after US and Japan. The Canadian game industry is worth $2.3 billion to Canada’s GDP. 16,500 people are currently employed by Canada’s video game industry. There are 329 video game

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8 steps to become top performer

Asking Question

” Judge a man by his questions, not by his answers.” Voltaire Top sales representatives always put the odds in their favour. In a sales campaign, each action taken must increase the chance of success. The same is true in

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Psychology behind habit formation

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Nir Eyal has developed a framework for designing habit-forming products called “the hook model,” which gives product designers a new way for thinking of the necessary components of creating user behaviour. In this fast-paced session, Nir will take you through

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Empowering women : Barefoot College

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A central belief was that the knowledge, skills and wisdom found in villages should be used for its development before getting skills from outside. Empowering women in rural communities by special education make the village self reliant. The College has

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Solar lamps illuminate night school

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Patan is a small village, 7 kms from Tilonia in Ajmer district in Rajastan, India. It has a night school set up with the help of Social Works and Research Centre (SWRC) Barefoot College which runs everyday from 6pm to 10pm. When the

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