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Bonifacio Global City

at Bonifacio High Street in the evening thumb International School Manila (File:International school manila.gif) In 1995, Bonifacio Land Development Corporation, a consortium led by Metro Pacific, made a successful bid to become BCDA's partner in the development of Bonifacio Global City (BGC), the Home of Passionate Minds. Ayala Land, Inc. (Ayala Corporation) and Evergreen Holdings, Inc. of the Campos Group purchased a controlling stake in BLDC from Metro Pacific in 2003. BCDA and the two companies control Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation, which oversees the master planning of Bonifacio Global City. The Bonifacio Global City is a rich district with a high number of skyscrapers, even as the city is still rising. Many skyscrapers are under construction and will be built in future. Its headquarters is located at 32nd Street corner University Parkway, Fort Bonifacio (Bonifacio Global City), Taguig City.


6th of October City

* Higher Technological Institute * Misr University for Science and Technology * Modern Sciences and Arts University * Nile University * October 6 University (O6U) * Zewail City of Science and Technology Secondary schools and international schools * American International School in Egypt West Campus - Sheikh Zayed City "Home." American International School in Egypt West Campus

. Retrieved on January 25, 2015. "AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL IN EGYPT WEST CAMPUS Sheikh Zayed City Entrance 2 Greens Compound" * British International School in Cairo "Contact Us." British International School in Cairo. Retrieved on 23 January 2015. "Physical Address: Km 38, Cairo-Alexandria Desert Road, Beverly Hills, 6th of October City, Egypt, 12451" -

144309 See map * International School of Choueifat 6th of October City "Contact Us." International School of Choueifat 6th of October City. Retrieved on 24 January 2015. "The International School of Choueifat - City of 6 October, Egypt Dreamland, City of 6 October, Al Giza, Egypt" Health services The city has several teaching, public, and private hospitals as well as many smaller clinics


Emirate of Abu Dhabi

) (variously translated Jabal, Jabel and Jebal) is a mountain primarily in the United Arab Emirates on the outskirts of Al Ain in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. Brian McMorrow, Jebel Hafeet. The mountain actually straddles part of the border with Oman. The mountain rises 1249 meters and offers an impressive view over the city. Jebel Hafeet was a well-known landmark throughout the area's history and is a contemporary tourist attraction. An extensive natural cave system winds through Jebel Hafeet.


Moshi, Tanzania

and health systems. KSP is currently the only pharmacy school providing competence based training for different levels of pharmaceuticals cadres to a diploma level. Moshi also has several secondary schools. The government schools are Mawenzi Secondary School, Moshi Technical School, Moshi Secondary School, and J. K. Nyerere Secondary School. The private schools are Majengo Secondary School, Northern Highland Secondary School, International School Moshi, and Kibo Secondary School. In addition, each ward of Moshi has a community-established secondary school, such as Rau Secondary School and Kiboriloni Secondary School. * Mawenzi Secondary School started as the Indian School of Moshi in 1956. It is now a thriving school of 1,100 pupils. All A-Level students are female boarders and come from all over Tanzania. The school specialises at A-Level in Kiswahili, geography, history, and English. The school operates a double shift system for junior pupils (Form 1–4). All subjects are taught in English, apart from Kiswahili and French. Mawenzi School has had a link with Buckie High School in Scotland since 1987. Pupils and teachers have travelled between Tanzania and Scotland many times. * International School Moshi (ISM) was established in 1969 to serve the needs of the expatriate and local communities. ISM has about 400 students from nearly 40 different nationalities on two campuses in Moshi and Arusha. International School Moshi - Welcome The Moshi campus has about 190 students, including 90 boarders, from 25 nationalities and offers a full range of courses from early childhood to the International Baccalaureate Diploma (International Baccalaureate). International School Moshi - Moshi Campus ISM has been an International Baccalaureate World School since 1977. International School Moshi - Moshi Campus ISM is one of only two world schools in Tanzania to offer the primary years, middle years, and diploma programmes. Find an IB World School There are also various English academic schools with pre-primary, primary, and secondary education, such as the Eden Garden schools. There are a number of non-governmental organizations in Moshi assisting with education. One of them is Give a Heart to Africa, Give a Heart To Africa which offers free education to adult women and assists several of them with starting their own businesses. Medical care The main private hospital in the area is the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC), a zonal referral hospital. This complex has more than 450 beds and serves a population of over * Moshi Municipal Council * KCMC Hospital Moshi * Kilimanjaro Clinical Research Institute (Category:Moshi) Category:Populated places in the Kilimanjaro Region Category:Mount Kilimanjaro


Dammam

and colleges. Schools teaching various syllabus and in several different languages of instruction can be found. Schools #Dhahran Ahliyyah School (en.wikipedia.org wiki Dhahran Ahliyyah School) # Al Jazeera International School Dammam #Al-Bassam Group of Schools,Dammam #Pakistan International School, Al-Khobar # Bangladesh International School, Dammam # International Indian School, Dammam # Orbit Academy # International Schools Group Dammam # Dunes International

School # Al Khozama international school # Manarat Al-Sharkia International School, Al-Khobar # International Programs Schools Khobar, Al-Khobar # Sunshine International School, Dammam # Al Muna International School(Indian), Dammam # Al Majd International School, Dammam # Victory International School Dammam Universities and colleges # University of Dammam (Branch of King Faisal University previously) # Arab Open University # Technical College for students # Community


Kitwe

Mwizabi, Times of Zambia, 2005 Kitwe has a number of private schools, six being: '''Kitwe International School''' is a privately owned international school with a campus in Nkana West at plot 10, 9th Avenue, off Boma Street. It offers quality tuition in sciences and arts. It also offers tuition for degree programs especially to students studying by distance. It offers consultancy services in project proposals and dissertation writeup. The school became operational on June 1, 2012: '''Lechwe School''' is one of the biggest schools in the city. An international school, it provides pre-school, primary, secondary, and advanced level teaching following a Cambridge curriculum. Lechwe school is a multi-cultural school, hence there is not much religious teaching but a large number of subject options in secondary and advanced level schooling. The school is known for having a good disciplinary policy and a number of extracurricular activities like chess, table tennis, volleyball, basketball, tennis, squash, rugby, hockey, football, cricket, athletics, swimming, softball, netball, handball, baseball, rounders, a Duke of Edinburgh program, and martial arts. Lechwe school is known for its students' abilities: swimmer Ellen Hight represented Zambia at the 2000 Summer Olympics, swimmers Andre and Ursula Kuenzli represented Zambia in the Commonwealth Games in England in July 2002, Jacob Mulenga main striker of the Zambian Football Team, and swimmer Jade Howard represented Zambia in the FINA World Championship. Eppa Tembo, a chess player, represented Zambia in 2008 World Championship. '''Mpelembe Secondary School''' is one of the biggest secondary schools in the city and a preeminent secondary school. It offers Zambian Standard syllabus and Cambridge curriculum. Being one of the top 10 best schools in Zambia, Mpelembe has a highly selective admissions at both eighth and tenth grade entry levels. Each year, there are thousands of applicants and only about one hundred and fifty students are enrolled. Mpelembe has an A level program under the Cambridge Local Examination Syndicate. Students who meet the grades go on to study at Universities in the UK, US, Canada, South Africa and other developed countries. The most popular Universities for Mpelembe Students are University of Manchester, Birmingham, UMIST, Imperial college, Leeds University. Camborne School of Mines is the default college for Mining Engineering students. Mpelembe has produced some of the best students at grade nine and twelve levels with some among the top two in the nation. The former students have an association known as MESA Mpelembe Ex-Students Association which has been sponsoring deserving students to do grade 10-12 at the school. Ex-Mpelembe students are scattered all over the world working for various organisations ranging from Government departments to Google. '''Nkana Trust School''' is a trust school that provides pre-school, primary, and secondary school education. It offers the Zambian syllabus. Nkana Trust School is known for having one of the best sports and education facilities in the city and the country as a whole. Nkana trust school students produce best results in Grade 7 composite final examinations and Grade 10 and 12 final examinations. '''Elim Primary School''' is a small school that provides pre-school and primary school following a Zambian Standard syllabus (mainly Macmillan and Longman), and provides the basic facilities in swimming and athletics four times a week. Despite its small size, it produces one of the nation's best Grade 7 composite examination. '''St. Johns Convent School''' is one of the largest Catholic schools in the province, a convent school that provides pre-school, primary and secondary teaching following a Zambian syllabus and providing some facilities such as athletics, swimming, basketball, rugby, football, chess, and softball. The school was founded and is run by the Sisters of John the Baptist (the Baptistines). '''Kawama Pentecostal Holiness School''' (not to be confused with Kawama School in Kamitondo) is currently under construction by Cranleigh School in partnership with a UK charity, Beyond Ourselves. The school is located in the suburbs of Kitwe in the deprived area of Kawama. In August 2011, 17 past and present students of Cranleigh School spent two weeks laying the blocks of the 4 classroom building located adjacent to the current church building. Another Cranleigh School trip is planned for October 2011 with the aim of completing the school building and opening the new school to the 210 students (who currently all study in the single-room church building)in January 2012. The construction work has been funded largely by the money raised in a Sponsored Walk held during the Summer of 2010 and marks the start of a long term relationship between Cranleigh and Kawama School over the coming years. Cranleigh School is now working to develop the Child Sponsorship Programme at Kawama which will provide a salary for the staff (allowing them to complete their teaching qualifications) plus a lunch time meal and school uniform for every child. The feeding programme which provides a meal is particularly important as it not only provides employment for local women in the kitchen, but vitally it means that the children are receiving at least one square meal per day. In a region where the HIV AIDS rate is very high, and many children are on ARV's (antiretroviral drugs), being adequately nourished is essential for this medication to work effectively. Cranleigh School is now actively seeking to sponsor every child attending Kawama School. This is being achieved through direct appeals to parents, and through campaigns in each boarding house, who are using ingenious ways to raise the necessary funds. Kitwe has a mining school, '''Konkola Trust School''', that trains miners in the copperbelt; and a flying club that trains pilots near the Showgrounds. The flying club is housed in the area that was occupied by the former Kitwe airport. Universities, Colleges and Institutes Kitwe has three universities: '''CBU (Copperbelt University) (Copperbelt University)''' is a public university that was initially the Zambia Institute of Technology (ZIT), then part of UNZA (University of Zambia) (University of Zambia) (oddly, as University of Zambia, Ndola campus, "UNZANDO"). It was separated and established as an independent institution in 1987. It is one of the biggest universities in the country as it has 5,000 students and 600 members of staff. The University is organised under a lifelong education directorate and five schools namely: *School of technology *School of Mathematics and Natural sciences *School of Natural Resources *School of Business *School of built environment and the Centre for Lifelong Education(CLLE) '''Copperstone University''' a privately owned university. '''Zambia Catholic University''' a private university owned and run by the Zambia Episcopal Conference is located in Kalulushi, 15.2km (15 minutes drive) from the city of Kitwe. The city is also home to many colleges and institutes. KCE (Kitwe College of Education) opened in 1935 - formerly called KTTC (Kitwe Teachers' Training College) - The largest Primary teachers' College in Zambia. Currently, It offers certificates in Primary and Pre-school teachers' education. From 2011 it will start offering diploma courses in primary teachers Education. '''Copperbelt College of Education''' formerly known as Copperbelt Secondary Teachers' College (cosetco), is one of the affiliate colleges of the University of Zambia. It has had the important specialized function of training teachers of Science, Mathematics and Home Economics for the nation`s secondary schools, a task it has performed since it was first opened by the Ministry of Education in 1974. Copperbelt College of Education is currently in the process of transforming into a public university and will be formally referred to as Mukuba University. '''ZIBSIP (Zambia Institute of Business Studies and Industrial Practice)'''-an institute that provides Business courses. '''Kitwe Community Development Staff Training College--- A governmenent Institution, officially opened in September 1966, that provides training in Community Development Mindolo Ecumenical Foundation The Mindolo Ecumenical Foundation, founded in 1958, in Mindolo Township, Kitwe. Mindolo is an interdenominational center that serves as a place of worship, study, consultation and reconciliation. The campus includes: *Africa Literature Center *Young Women's Christian Association *United Church of Zambia Theological College *Theological Education by Extension in Zambia (TEEZ) *St. John's Anglican Seminary *A peace training programme called "The Dag Hammarskjöld 'Messengers of Peace' Training Programme" The Dag Hammarskjöld 'Messengers of Peace' Training Programme is run by the Foundation. The objectives of this bi-annual two-week training programme are: *To spread information and knowledge of conflict resolution at different levels of society in Africa and the world; *To promote a culture of peaceful conflict resolution among people. In addition to this two-week training programme, the Mindolo Ecumenical Foundation (MEF), which executes the programme, offers a three-month Peace Certificate covering conflict analysis, conflict resolution, human rights, training of trainers, mediation skills, restorative justice and non-violent strategies. A nine-month Peace Certificate in conflict resolution, peace-building, computer training and democracy is also offered. Health care Kitwe has a good health care system. Dentist surgeries include: *Sinozam hospital *Wusakile *Tejani's Surgery *Esthetix Optical clinics include: *Kitwe central hospital ( State Hospital) Other health facilities and Hospitals include: *Wusakile *Hillview medical centre *Company Clinic *Progress *Kitwe Central Hospital *Sinozam Hospital *Lubambe Medical Centre *Kitwe Polyclinic Demographics Religion The majority of the population of Kitwe, about 98.5%, are Christians but there are some groups such as Muslims and Hindus. There are also some Sikhs, Jains and Jews. Wikipedia:Kitwe Commons:Category:Mines in Zambia


Tema

Nkrumah for over 15 years, and is now headed by Titi Ofei. Tema also has an international school, Tema International School (TIS), and a senior high school, Tema Secondary School (TSS), which was built in September 22, 1961. Tema has a number of public Secondary schools such as Chemu Senior High School in Community 4, Tema Methodist Day School, Mahean Senior High School, Tema Technical Institute and Tema Secondary School (Temasco). Private Preparatory Schools like Creator Schools, St Paul Methodist Primary and JHS, Marbs Preparatory School, Datus School Complex, Deks Educational Institute, Angel School Complex, Naylor SDA School, Tema Christian Centre, Tema Parents Association, First Baptist School, Tema Regular Baptist School, Queen Esther School, Dorsons School, Adwen Memorial, Creator Montessori, New Covenant School, St Alban's School, Lorenz Wolf School, Bexhill School Complex, Life International School, Mazon Grace Academy, Santabarbera School, First Star Academy, Pentecost School, Star School Complex, Tema Ridge and Rosharon School. Public primary and JHSs exist in Tema. Twedaase Primary School, Star School, Aggrey Road School, Republic Road School, Padmore School, Mantedii School among others. Industry The town's chief industrial products include aluminium, steel, processed fish, refined petroleum, textiles, chemicals, food products, and cement. Major companies operating in Tema include Volta Aluminium Company Ltd. (Volta Aluminum Company) (VALCO), Tema Oil Refinery (TOR), Nestlé Ghana Ltd. (Nestlé), Wahome Steel Ltd, Tema Shipyard, pioneer food caneries (Tema Shipyard), . wikipedia:Tema Commons:Category:Tema


Khobar

Riyadh is one of the richest cities in the Middle East and the 80th richest city in the world. Once a small walled city, Riyadh has developed into a dynamic metropolis over the years. Along with the urban areas of Dhahran, Dammam, Khobar and Jeddah, Riyadh has become a focal point for both travel and trade. caption Building#131 in the bombing. location Khobar, Saudi Arabia date June 25, 1996 The '''Khobar Towers bombing''' was a terrorist attack on part of a housing complex in the city


Arusha

'', ''Kuku choma'' is a very popular barbecue dish and is usually served with local cold beer and Pili Pili. ''Chips mayai'' is another popular local dish. Education and health Most Arushan children attend public schools located in almost every ward of the city. There are four international schools in and around Arusha: International School Moshi (Arusha Campus), Arusha International School, Braeburn School, and St Constantine's

International School . thumb The Arusha Lutheran Medical Center in downtown Arusha. (File:ALMC Hospital in Arusha.jpg) The city of Arusha is home to the National College of Tourism - Arusha Campus, Arusha Technical College, Tengeru Institute of community Development, The Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology, Eastern and Southern African Management Institute, MS Training Centre for Development Cooperation (MS-TCDC), The Institute of Accountancy Arusha

subjected to fluorescent light and the violet hues can be seen readily when viewed under incandescent (incandescent light) illumination. Tanzanite in its rough state is usually a reddish brown color. It requires artificial heat treatment to 600 °C in a gemological oven to bring out the blue violet of the stone.


Al Ain


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