Tochukwu. Benedict Ezeifekwuaba

Tochukwu. Benedict Ezeifekwuaba

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How a Pro-Growth Reform Program Can Be Made Deliverable by 2020, and an Appeal to Electorates and Decision Makers Alike at the National and European Level

How a Pro-Growth Reform Program Can Be Made Deliverable by 2020, and an Appeal to Electorates and Decision Makers Alike at the National and European Level

For effective and efficient implementation of innovation strategy announced in the Europe 2020 flagship initiative of innovation union; a forceful request for innovation processes and techniques should be revalued both at the European Union (EU) level and at the member states as this will entails a smart and single application of the primary market with its means of advocating and sustaining on a high demanding side.

 
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Innovative Ideas for Financing and Implementing the United Nations (Un's) Sustainable Development

Innovative Ideas for Financing and Implementing the United Nations (Un's) Sustainable Development

The United Nations The United Nations (UN's) is an intergovernmental organization in enhancing international compliance. A substitute for the incompetence League of Nations; it was set up on the 24th of October 1945 after the end of the Second World War in other to prohibit another such conflict. At its beginning, the United Nations (UN's) is located in Manhattan, New York City and it witnessed exemption from legal jurisdiction. Further center of operations are located in Nairobi, Geneva and Vienna. The Organization is financed voluntary and receives donations from its member countries. Its aims and objectives entail enhancing human rights, promoting international security and peace, safeguarding the environment, fostering economic and social development, providing humanitarian assistance in cases of natural conflict, famine and armed conflict. The United Nations (UN's) has six basic organs; the Security Council, the General Assembly, the Secretariat, the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), the United Nations Trusteeship Council and the International Court of Justice (ICJ). The United Nations (UN's) system agencies comprise of: The World Health Organization (WHO), the World Bank Group (WGB), the United Nations (UN's) Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the World Food programme (WFP). Definition of Sustainable Development - It a means of attaining a desirable as well as an attractive future state for human societies in which the living conditions and the applications of resources consistently meets the demands of humans without hindering the beauty, stability and also the integrity of natural biotic systems.

 
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Role of Standardization in Facilitating the Rights of Women

Role of Standardization in Facilitating the Rights of Women

Global Programmes for Women Empowerment - Various International Labor organizations (ILO) Conventions: Suitable Work for Domestic Workers, Prohibition of all types of Discrimination against Women, etc - Various United Nation (UN) Women Empowerment and Sensitization Programmes - The Beijing Platform and Declaration for Actions Commitments includes the following: . Ensuring a gender sensitive multi sectoral strategies and programmes to tackle subordination of girls and women and ensuring their economic and social empowerment and equality . Ensuring Women’s equal benefits to economic resources including credit science and technology, information, vocational training, markets and communications as a means to further the empowerment and advancement of girls and women as well as maximizing their capacities to enjoy the privileges of equal opportunity to these resources, inter alia, by means of global cooperation

 
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The Future of Health Policy and Systems Research (Hpsr)

The Future of Health Policy and Systems Research (Hpsr)

The Importance of Health Policy and Systems Research (HPSR) In the first decade, Health Policy and Systems Research (HPSR) singled out an essential niche and it has showcased its capability as an effective leader, galvanizing and creating a global economy of policy, research and decision makers. It has carried out a significant role in creating strong lasting partnerships, amalgamating together policy and research pioneers motive in supporting a new collegial paradigm and breaking traditional moulds in health decision making as well as amalgamating its asset as dynamic, youthful ideas centered organization. Health Policy and Systems Research (HPSR) advocates for innovative and equitable means of working that will consistently influence the impact and evolution of its programme over the course of the most present decade.

 
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The Major Global Impact of the Youth on Food Security and Hunger Towards a Sustainable Development Goal (Sdgs)

The Major Global Impact of the Youth on Food Security and Hunger Towards a Sustainable Development Goal (Sdgs)

Sustainable Development Goals The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) formerly referred to as “Transforming our World; the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” is a collection of 17 ambitious “Global goals” with 169 targets between them. Regulated by the United Nations (UN) through an organized process entailing its 193 member countries as well as the Global Civil Society; the goals are listed in Paragraph 54 United Nations (UN) Resolution A/RES/70/1 of 25th September 2015.The decision is a wider intergovernmental consensus that acting as the Millennium Development goals (formerly referred to the post 2015 Development Goals) depends on the principles assented upon under Resolution A/RES/66/288 famously referred to as the future we want. On 19th of July 2014, the United Nations (UN) General Assembly’s Open Working Group (OWG) on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) presented a proposal for the Sustainable Development Goal’s (SDG) to the Assembly. The Proposal consisted of 17 goals with 169 targets entailing a wide range of Sustainable Development Issues. These comprised of improving education and health, ending hunger and poverty, combating climate change, ensuring that cities are more sustainable and lastly safeguarding forests and oceans. On the 5th December 2014; the United Nations (UN) General Assembly collected the Secretary-General’s Synthesis Report which emphasized that the Agenda for the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) process would be centered on the Open Working Group (OWG) proposals The Intergovernmental Formal Resolving of Negotiations on the post 2015 Development major discussions (IGN) started in January 2015 and it came to an end in August 2015. After the Negotiations, an Amended and a final document was adopted at the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Summit September 25th to September 27th 2015 in New York, United Sates of America (USA).

 
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Gravitation

Gravitation

Definition of Gravitation - It is a force which intends to drag two objects towards each other - It is a basic physical force which is in charge for interactions which transpire as a result of mass between particles (such as photons) and aggregations of matter (such as planets and stars) History of Gravitational Theory Initial Concepts of Gravity While the present European thinkers are in accurate recognition with the process of gravitational theory; there was pre-existing idea which had recognized the force of gravity. Some of the initial descriptions arise from a popular mathematician-astronomer such as Aryabhata who had recognized the force of gravity to determine the reason why objects do not fall out when the earth rotates. Later, the works of Brahmagupta examines the availability of this force. 3

 
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What the World Must Do to Mitigate Climate Change

What the World Must Do to Mitigate Climate Change

Causes of Climate Change On the Widest Scale; the rate at which energy is lost to space and the rate at which energy is collected from the sun determines the Climate of Earth and the Equilibrium temperature. The energy is saturated around the globe by ocean currents, winds and other mechanisms to alter the climates of various regions. Factors that can alter climate are referred to as “forcing mechanisms” or climate forcing. These entails processes such as variations in the reflectivity or albedo of the oceans and continents, continental drift and mountain-building, variations in the Earth’s Orbit, variations in solar radiation, and lastly changes and continental drift in greenhouse concentrations There are a lot of various climate change feedbacks that can either diminish or amplify the initial forcing. Some aspects of the climate system such as the ice caps and oceans react more hesitantly in response to climate forcing while others respond faster. There are also major threshold factors which when exceeded can result to a rapid change. Forcing mechanisms can either be “external” or “internal”. External Forcing mechanism can be either anthropogenic (for instance; maximized emissions of greenhouse gases) or natural (that is; changes in solar output). Internal forcing mechanisms are natural processes within the climate system itself (that is; the thermohaline circulation) Whether the critical forcing mechanism is external or internal; the reaction of the climate system might be slow (that is; thermal widening of warming ocean water), speedy (that is; an instant cooling as a result of airborne volcanic ash which reflects sunlight) or a combustion (that is; instant loss of albedo in the arctic ocean as sea ice melts as this is followed by more slowly thermal enlargement of the water). Therefore; the climate system can react suddenly but the full reaction to forcing mechanisms might not be completely developed for centuries or a longer period of time.

 
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All About the Twenty-First Amendment (Amendment Xxi) Repealed Prohibition

All About the Twenty-First Amendment (Amendment Xxi) Repealed Prohibition

Background The Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution introduced in a period referred to as Prohibition during which the production, distribution as well as the sales of alcoholic beverages was unlawful. The passage of the Eighteenth Amendment in 1919 was the craving success of the temperance movement but it soon became highly infamous. Crime rates increased during prohibition as gangsters; for instance, AL Capone became a wealthy form; profitable and yielding and usually a violent black market for Alcohol. The Federal Government was incapable of eliminating the tide; corruption was proved to be a nearly challenging task. In 1932; a wealthy industrialist was against the Eighteenth Amendment as they expressed their opinion As more and more Americans were against the Eighteenth Amendment, a political movement enticed rapidly for its repeal. Also; repeal was complexed by grassroots politics. Notwithstanding; the United States (US) constitution provided two means of formally approving constitutional amendments; only one of them is been applied up till date and that was for the approval by the state legislatures of three-fourth (3/4) of the states. Also; the wise decision of the day was that the lawmakers were either simply fearful or behold ends the temperance lobby. As a result of that reason; when congress officially suggested repeal of prohibition on February 20, 1933 (with the requirements of two-thirds having voted in approval in each house; 269 to 121 in the United States (US) House of Representatives and 63 to 21 in the United States (US) senate). It selected the second ratification (approval) method set up by Article V that was being through States conventions. The Twenty-First Amendment (Amendment XXI) is the sole constitutional amendment approved by State Conventions rather than by the approval of the State Legislatures.

 
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The Eight Basic Functions That Comprises of the Management Processes

The Eight Basic Functions That Comprises of the Management Processes

Management is studied at the universities and colleges; some essential degrees in management are Masters of Business Administration (M.B.A) and Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) while the Masters of Public Administration (M.P.A) degree is for the public sector. Individuals who intend becoming management professors and researchers may complete the PhD in Business Management or Administration or the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) Management Process is the process of setting goals, directing, controlling and also the planning, organizing and leading in the execution of any form of activity such as a process (management system or process performance measurement) or a project (project management process)

 
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BSc. in Finance (University of Lagos), Nigeria

PGD in Oil and Gas Management (South America University), USA

Msc. In Oil and Gas Management (South America University), USA and other degrees and awards

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