Here are the results for you in the Government category.
19th Jan 2011
The State Board of Education took a step for teachers recently when it voted 4-3 to approve sending $18 million to the Oklahoma Teachers’ Retirement System to cover half of the retirement offset.
21st Dec 2010
A catastrophic earthquake in Haiti. Overwhelming floods in Pakistan. A step forward from conflict in Sri Lanka. A food crisis in east Africa. A World Cup in South Africa. The chance to tackle climate change. Twenty-four hours celebrating AIDS prevention. And a moment to seize progress on the Millennium Development…
8th Dec 2010
The impact of climate change is already being felt in forest communities across Nepal. Land is lost as glaciers melt, flash floods hit and landslides increase. Crops are destroyed due to erratic rainfall, drought and forest fires.
But people are finding ways to adapt their way of life. With the…
2nd Dec 2010
With the burning revelations made in the last days by Wikileaks, which are holding the media’s attention, the focus on protection and data security systems is higher than usual. In this scenario, Sunfive S.A. decided to make freely available to the Italian embassies throughout the world its Boole Server solution, specifically developed to…
1st Dec 2010
Nearly 1,200 children become infected with HIV every day. In Zimbabwe, helping the next generation to be free of HIV is crucial to stopping its spread.
More than 90% of HIV infections in children happen when the virus is passed from a mother to her baby during pregnancy, childbirth or…
29th Nov 2010
Farming communities in Mozambique used to rely on the rains coming regularly each year. Now there is no pattern to the weather. Erratic droughts and heavy rains cause crops to fail, leaving people with nothing.
The Department for International Development is working with Save the Children to help families in…
23rd Nov 2010
The UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) is working to ensure every pregnancy in the developing world is wanted, and every birth is safe. But how can it do this better? And what should it focus on first?
DFID wants to hear your views on reproductive, maternal and newborn health.Take…
23rd Nov 2010
Hundreds of children are fleeing abject poverty in Zimbabwe every month and crossing the border into South Africa. The vulnerable child migrants make the dangerous journey in the hope of a better life. Numbers are increasing as the World Cup lures more youngsters by its glamour and the opportunities it…
18th Nov 2010
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) wants shoppers to remember their consumer rights when buying Christmas presents this year.
17th Nov 2010
Body armor designer Miguel Caballero showcases security and style via new Black Collection personal protection options