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She said that the Defense Department has more than 300,000 buildings and 2.2 billion square feet of space, which is more than Wal-Mart. We are focused on getting rid of capacity we don't need so we can use the resources elsewhere, Robyn said. The
Prize for Education in Qatar, styled as a Nobel for the field of education, last year. "Outdated approaches to teaching must give way to new techniques that teach our children not to memorize texts, but to think critically and solve problems
Bangladesh has beaten India in a global non-governmental organisation (NGO) ranking, putting a question mark over the hype surrounding the role played by the sector in the country. Bangladesh-based poverty alleviation NGO, bagged the fourth slot
Like thousands in Bangladesh, Shabzan Begum has now been able to have a successful cataract operation thanks to the £1 on the bill scheme. Photograph: Mark Tran The patient on the operating table is cocooned from head to toe in white with only his
Brac programme lifting 'ultra-poor' out of poverty in Bangladesh The Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee is helping communities escape extreme poverty by providing individuals with livestock and a monthly payment for two years Maleka Begum with
Escondido's best days are still to come thanks to a modern and prosperous vision created by its leaders, Mayor Sam Abed said in his State of the City address this week. Abed delivered his optimistic outlook for the city Wednesday in a breakfast event
Dhaka, Feb 8 (bdnews24.com) The World Bank has launched a programme to monitor execution and effectiveness of its seven ongoing projects in Bangladesh...Four non-governmental organisations will implement the programme under the management of Manusher
tool goes here The chances appear to be rising that a proposal for a new Base Realignment and Closure Commission will not make it through Congress...Rep. Austin Scott, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, put it more bluntly. I don't think
First published 1 minute ago Updated 1 minute ago Gov. Gary Herbert and lawmakers from northern Utah are seeking $500,000 to mount a lobbying campaign to protect Hill Air Force Base from the chopping block in an upcoming round of base closures.
Wednesday, February 1, 2012 8:27 AM CST Bill Hess/Wick Communications One of the proposals for the Department of Defense to cut costs is having a Base Realignment and Closure round in fiscal year 2013, which begins on Oct. 1.