The term public private partnership is a relationships among public and private entities in the context of infrastructure and other services. Other terms used for this type of activity include private sector participation (PSP) and privatization. Public private partnership is a leasing arrangement, a private company or a group of companies undertake to finance and build an asset, and in some cases run the assets and provide a service associated with it, in exchange of annual fee under a...
Structured survey was conducted in 216 households in 12 villages under 6 sub-districts chosen randomly from three major agro-ecology zones (six distinct livelihood zones) representing 60 sub-districts under the north-western Bangladesh. The geographically peripheral and disproportionately underdeveloped area of field study (with 16 million people) represents about 12 percent of Bangladesh. Further details are provided in following sub-section 3.1.1 entitled 'field study area context' and in...
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This essay will discuss why Common Assessment Framework was introduced to Children's Services, what it attempts to achieve and whether or not it has been successful, the concept behind it and briefly, the difficulties in working with other health professionals to get the Common Assessment Framework to do what it was set out to do. "The Every Child Matters "Green Paper proposed the introduction of a Common Assessment Framework (CAF) as a central element of the strategy for helping...
A dynamic, growing global economy is the ultimate poverty reduction strategy" (Colin Powell, July 2001). Discuss this assertion in the light of economic development in "India" and by reflecting on development theory and thinkers to inform analysis. The assertion of "A dynamic, growing global economy is the ultimate poverty reduction strategy" (Colin Powell, July 2001) has long been a controversial topic across the world. Truly, the economic growth is an essential...
The emergence of public smoking ban can be backdated to 1590 when Pope Urban VII threatened to excommunicate anyone who took any form of tobacco inside a church. Afterwards other European cities enacted smoking bans. Modern, countrywide tobacco ban was imposed in Germany during the rein of Adolf Hitler. In the sunset years of the 20th century, second-hand health related risks of tobacco smoking became more publicized. Coupled with restrictions on cigarette advertising and fear of revenue...
I am a student of the HNC in Social Care and I work with an organisation that promotes social inclusion of Adults with Learning Disabilities with social support through group work and one to one befriending. Throughout this paper I shall also refer to our service participant as Dan and our service as the Group. This is not the real name of our client or our group. By doing this I am complying with our organisations policy of confidentiality. This policy was designed to conform to...
The changes in the U.S metropolitan regions has inspired many theories as well as proved that human behavior cannot be predicted or influenced. From an economical stand point it began in the 1630's through 1812 with what is called merchant capitalism. This was the earliest phase in the development of capitalism as an economy and social system. Once 1812 hit the industrial period happened and there for Industrial capitalism became. The beginning of the industrial capitalism era was important to...
The aim of this paper is to present the theory of whistleblowers protection, analyze the mechanisms for protection that surrounds it and draw out recommended whistle-blowing protection for Republic of Macedonia. It will start with presenting background theory for whistleblowers protection and define the main concepts of this theory such as who are the whistleblowers, what it means and when does it occur, and what are the most commonly used mechanisms for protection of whistleblowers usually...
The epidemic of HIV is still a heavy burden on South Africa. The prevalence rate among adults (15-49) has gradually risen from an average of 16.9% in 2001 to 18.1% in 2007, with an average number of deaths due to AIDS estimated at 350,000 for both adults and children in 20071. Management of HIV infected individuals with Highly Active Anti Retroviral Treatment (HAART) involves the use of a combination of three drugs as follows; a protease inhibitor (PI) combined with two nucleoside ...