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Diinsider Life’s 2023 Recap: Hurdles and Breakthroughs in the Development Sector

Many areas have seen a halt to progress, in part due to a convergence of crises that include the ongoing pandemic, growing inflation, and the cost-of-living problem, as well as global, environmental, and economic misery, as well as regional and national unrest, conflict, and natural disasters. Because of this, the previous three years have seen …

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Why food waste crisis is a critical environmental problem in Southeast Asia?

Food has a very high degree of complexity. It is a vital component of all societies, something we must survive, and an enjoyable activity. Sadly, a large portion of its production and consumption cause additional issues including food waste and loss. Though this is a global issue, there are particular considerations when attempting to comprehend …

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2023 SDGs progress report: The peculiarity of Nigerian progress

By A A ISAACTAMSON “The seventeen (17) Sustainable Development Goals are integrated…they recognized that action in one area will affect the others…of all the seventeen goals, number four which is: Qualitative and inclusive education, stands out above the rest… Achieving inclusive and quality education for all reaffirms the belief that education is one of the …

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Challenges and opportunities: The road of industrial transformation and upgrading in Yiwu

By Jiawei Li, Junhan Xu, Yicheng Yao “Manufacturing relocation is inevitable; Southeast Asian and South American countries will take over low-end manufacturing industry in the near future.” Mr. Guo, the founder of iLilace, a multi-platform, multi-million housecare product exporting business, stated. “Nations such as India and Malaysia are indeed catching up in terms of low-end …

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What did Ecuador’s largest hydropower project bring to the country?

By Zhouai Joann Yu “Ecuador has 30% of our energy production based on hydropower. Sounds good right?” says Emilio Cobo, an environmental engineer and founder of the Andean Rivers Observatory, an organization monitoring water infrastructure in the Andean region. Hydropower is portrayed as one of the leading “clean” energy options, yet the true effects of each project are much more …

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Local Entrepreneurship and Global Competitiveness: From Yiwu Toy Industry to the Whole Market

By Wenxuan Song, Yinlong Shen, Yuan Ning, Yufan Zhu Dating back to the Qing Qianlong period, as the saying goes, “Chicken feather for sugar”, citizens in Yiwu started to do bartering, and the tradition of trading seems to engrave itself in the genes of people in Yiwu. After the Reform and Opening-up in 1978, a …

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Sustainable tourism: preserving the ecosystem and creating livelihood

One of the horrible ironies of the climate problem is that some of the most stunning and well-known locations on Earth are also among the most at risk. As a result, these areas will suffer a severe loss of tourism as a result of rising temperatures, an increase in extreme weather events, the drying up …

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A comprehensive look at social enterprises in Thailand

The numerous social, economic, and environmental issues brought on by capitalism have given rise to social enterprise (SE), which has arisen as a solution for more sustainable economic growth. Social enterprise has a long history in Thailand. The earliest cooperatives were organized by low-income farming communities a century ago to combat rural poverty, and the first social …

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Exposing the gender divide in Nigerian digital literacy

By A A IsaacTamson The modern world arrogated that technology is pulling down the pillars of ancient Nigeria; it pointed to countries like the United States of America, and Germany, among others where it has conquered and reduced their primordial walls to pillars of sand and beat its chest that Nigeria will soon become like …

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What needs to be done to close the gender gap in Uganda’s education

By A A ISAACTAMSON Gender discrimination has changed its garment.  It is very much alive today in almost all countries just as it was full of might and power yesterday, but most nations that have succeeded in trimming some of its arms may not recognize its appearance. However, even the blind in Uganda can see it. …

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