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Speaking on day two of the event, Helmut will focus his presentation on the initial findings from the European Union's High-Level Task Force (HTLF) on European Financing Policy in the Social Infrastructure Sectors.
Public space is a really important part of social infrastructure.
Impact of Social infrastructure, remittances, industrialisation, population density on Human Development Index (HDI) and Non Income Human Development Index (NIHDI) has been investigated.
The stark policy bias of the government can be seen from the fact that the revenue foregone on account of customs duty write-offs on precious stones and jewellery alone is about twice the combined cut in Central and State Plan outlay funds of four social infrastructure sectors of health, women and child development, drinking water and sanitation, and education.
The target sectors - logistics, social infrastructure and community retail - are key contributors to the economic growth and development of the region, as well as for job creation.
Our implementation with Boyd Gaming is a great example of the power of tying gamification and other social infrastructure technologies to loyalty programs--both online and offline," Gigya's vice president of client services, Brian Sullivan, explains.
creating a systems engineering organization handling all aspects of social infrastructure systems under one roof, from the building of social platforms to the development of sector-specific applications.
She recommended that New York and other coastal cities "shore up social infrastructure," because the most overlooked risk factor in coping with disaster is social isolation.
Spending on social infrastructure in Saudi Arabia, including construction of educational and healthcare facilities, is set to surpass $155 billion over the next decade, said an expert, citing official data.
He also announced the government's plan to carry out a number of social infrastructure projects to promote the welfare and prosperity of citizens across the country.
The National Housing Institute (INVI) program is building homes and social infrastructure in 61 communities, benefiting more than 18,500 people, according to CAF.
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