Life of Poor Women in World’s Third Largest City of Karachi
Karachi is not just the biggest city of Pakistan but is also the world’s third largest city in terms of population. How does such a densely populated city affect the lives of its poor female residents? Let’s find this out in the video below.
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Deep-rooted Beliefs in Alternative Healing Mechanisms
When the health care systems of developing nations are compared to those of developed countries, critics easily forget the critical reasons behind the lack of a reasonable health care system in these countries. It is not “always” about the governing bodies; it is sometimes about deep-rooted beliefs that need serious attention. Only […]
Work in the Developing Market: Lack of Higher Education or Abuse of Power by Employers?
I could not agree less that “the developing world has the potential for major economic growth, but first it must prepare its young people for the burgeoning jobs market.” Lack of proper education is a common problem for developing countries. Will a higher level of education solve the problems of development […]
Youth Unemployment in Africa and its Political Implications
Africa is a young continent, with 65 percent of the continent’s population is under the age of 24, with over 40 percent of the total population below the age of 16, and about 25 percent between the ages 15 and 24. Contrast the population makeup with the leadership of African […]