Monthly Archives: August 2017

Teenage pregnancies, the untold suffering.

In my country Kenya as in other parts of Africa, young girls face severe threats to their health and general well being. They are vulnerable to sexual assault, prostitution, too-early pregnancy and childbearing, unsafe abortion, malnutrition, female genital mutilation, infertility, anemia, and reproductive tract infections (RTIs) including STIs and HIV/AIDS.   When a girl as young as 15 years old

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From Waste To The Best

We must find solutions for many challenges. We are currently working on Increase the industrial base of all countries. The industrial sector is the second-largest economic sector in Egypt, accounting for 37% of GDP. Approximately 13% of the total labor force is employed in industrial activity, which is concentrated in a burgeoning construction industry. The Manufacturing Value Added in 2001 was 61.65 billion LE represented about 12% of the Gross National Product. Problems Related with Industries are growing rapidly. We live in a world of accelerating industrial change. Industrial Technology graduates develop skills to help solve managerial, technical, and production problems. In general, there are several constraints and obstacles in enhancing the contribution of industry to sustainable development. Continue reading

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The best teacher

the century in which we are living is the fastest growing era for human beings and in this race of humans everyone wants to be wealthy. so my essay is about those teachers who are teaching these precious and talented students for the sake of money, having no interest to teach them . they have to teach exactly what a student need to live and do something for the human beings , now a days no one is thinking about this biggest problem. Continue reading

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