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Jordan re-launched! Dreaming big again..

Jordan survived the global financial crisis, the arab spring, the war in syria and the emergence of ISIS. It has been a difficult 7 years since the global financial crisis hit the country in 2009. 441 more words

Ethiopia among the 10 poorest performers in the World Economic Forum Report for Human Capital

Ethiopia Ranks 115 out of 124 countries in Human Capital Index 2015 Rank

Ethiopia  ranks at 115 out of 124 countries in the ‘Human Capital Index’ because of its poor performance on educational outcomes, says the Human Capital Report 2015 issued by the World Economic Forum (WEF). 426 more words

African Studies

3 key trends on skills and education

Author: Andrew Wright is a contributor to Agenda. 

Image above: Students take an examination on an open-air playground at a high school in Yichuan, Shaanxi province, China, April 11, 2015. 774 more words

Education

What are Latin America's Most Competitive Countries?

According to the World Economic Forum Chile and Panamá. Read the Global Competitiveness Report 2014-15 here.

News

WEFLA 2015 -How Women Manage Mexico's Remittances

From Pamela Monroy and Jesus Cervantes, World Economic Forum Latin America 2015 Agenda, May 11, 2015.

Globally, women account for about half of all international migrants and about half of the 21 million immigrants from Latin America and the Caribbean in the US are women. 73 more words

Latin America

Finland is ranked as safest, Spain at top in tourism rankings

With so much thrust on travel and tourism, one could have expected a better performance. But actually India ranks very poorly in most of the indicators related to travel and tourism compiled by World Economic Forum, whether it is safety or infrastructure. 462 more words

Travel

From WEFLA 2015 Agenda: "How Can We Make Latin American Cities Safer?"

From Robert Muggah, World Economic Forum Latin America 2015, Global Agenda 5/7/15

Latin America cities are among the most violent and insecure on earth. The regional homicide rate is three times the global average and citizens consistently rank their neighbourhoods as among the world’s most dangerous. 134 more words

Latin America