Building a Brighter Future For Israel
The Tel Aviv Foundation is an organization that operates worldwide to develop the social, educational, cultural and environmental concerns of the Israeli port cities of Tel Aviv and Jaffa. Working in cooperation with the mayor and city council the foundation has been able to contribute matched funds of more than $300 million since it was formed in 1977. The projects that are closely managed by the foundations director general have built schools, colleges, cultural centers, sports facilities and recreational parks for the citizens of the two cities.Where Did They Come From?
There are many issues in the 3rd world countries that need to be addressed. Among these, poverty is one of the major issues. Poverty can bring certain unspeakable harms to the nation and it must be cured at the earliest time possible. But poverty has not been the core issue in Pakistan.China Building Six Aircraft Carries For Their Six Fleets?
The Chinese government is building aircraft carriers. They say this is so they can project sea power in their regional theatre, and beyond their shores. Now they will be able to protect their interests around the world.Millennial Agrarians Rise to Meet ‘Grim Vision’
An authoritative new study sets out a grim vision of what lies ahead: climate change will cause shortages and violence, provoking much of civilization to collapse. Thousands of young people are hearing and heeding the call of the land and responding with agrarian initiatives that represent hope for the future.Philippine Economy Overcoming the Global Challenge
The Philippine economy is emerging over the battle of economic struggles. Although there are several hindrances that attempt to overturn the economy of the Philippines it remains sturdy on its ground to obtain stability and improved commercialism. In the year 2007, the Philippines became the world’s 37th country with the largest economy in terms of International Monetary Fund. In Asia, the Philippines continue to be the fastest growing country in terms of economic development. Although its economic growth was slightly affected by the global economic crisis, the recession did not halt the economic progress of the Philippines.