Global Health Progress Epitomizes Clinton, Gates’ Call For “Efficiency Savings”
Gates’ philanthropic organization, the Gates Foundation, spends a large portion of its $34 billion fund on fighting AIDS; he said efficiency was vital to be able to scale up access to AIDS drugs for the 15 million people who need them. “We can’t keep spending AIDS resources in exactly the same way we do today,” he said. “As we… advocate for more funding, we also need to make sure we’re getting the most benefit from each dollar of AIDS funding and every ounce of effort.”Evolution of Man – The Best Thing Until Sliced Bread
How, why and when humans started evolving on earth is a topic of great debate and discussion around the world, and has been for centuries. How we evolved into what we are today is still a subject not yet quite agreed upon, but here are a few of the deciding discoveries which helped us survive this long and how they may have come about.A Peek Into the Lifestyle and Culture of the Chinese Population
The lifestyle and culture of Chinese population still arises lot of curiosity among the travelers. China is a melting pot of different cultures and traditions. People belonging to different races and ethnic backgrounds reside in China. The Chinese population leads its life based on family values. Family is the most important thing around which the society revolves.Banning Bullfights in Spain? What Do Bulls Think of It?
Do Spanish Fighting Bulls live a better life than their beef colleagues? Before having an opinion on bullfighting maybe having a look at how fighting bulls live and comparing their lives to those of beef bulls can help you.Crowd Thinking
A large number of people gathered together in a public place or in the streets formally or informally is a crowd. Far a rally, procession or the demonstration people gather together for the achievement of the fixed plan or to show the power to the concerned body. Big demonstrations with big crowds have brought many political changes in the world.