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Mbarara

, Kashaka and Kaberebere. With this land, if granted Mbarara will be the largest city in Uganda by Size and Second Largest City in Uganda by Population. Education Mbarara is a centre of various Educational institutions stating from Baby Care, upto University and other tertiary institutions. ;Tertiary Institutions * Mbarara University of Science and Technology a public University founded in 1989 locate approximately WikiPedia:Mbarara


Murmansk

accessdate 2010-12-24 date August 2010 Demographics The population of the city, according to the 2010 Census, is 307,257, down from 468,039  recorded in the 1989 Census. Ethnic Russians and Ukrainians (Ukrainians in Russia) make up the majority of the population. Education Murmansk is home to Murmansk State Technical University, the Murmansk State Pedagogical University and the Murmansk Institute of Humanities. The city also has eighty-six primary schools and fifty


Ecuador

PE_News_Local_S_ecuador_system20.15cd6e8.html archivedate 2010-12-25 title Still in its infancy, Ecuador's free health care has growing pains | Ecuador | Special Reports publisher PE.com date 2009-09-19 accessdate 2010-06-26 However, some public hospitals are in poor condition and often lack necessary supplies to attend the high demand of patients. Private hospitals and clinics are well equipped but still expensive for the majority of the population

. Education thumb ESPOL – Guayaquil (File:Rectorado noche.jpg) thumb The Oldest Observatory in South America (File:Quito Observatory.JPG) is the Quito Astronomical Observatory, founded in 1873 and located in Quito, Ecuador. The Quito Astronomical Observatory is managed by EPN (National Polytechnic School). Scientific research


Japan

was still rationing food long after the war. His conclusion was that the speed of recovery was due to a healthy and highly educated population; education makes people productive and good healthcare keeps the education investment around and able to produce. One of his main contributions was later called Human Capital Theory, and inspired a lot of work in international development in the 1980s, motivating investments in vocational and technical education by Bretton Woods system


Germany

;ndash; 26 March 1835) was a German (Germany) historian and statesman (politician). Life Schultz researched into why post-World War II Germany and Japan recovered, at almost miraculous speeds from the widespread devastation. Contrast this with the United Kingdom which was still rationing food long after the war. His conclusion was that the speed of recovery was due to a healthy and highly educated population; education makes people productive and good healthcare keeps


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