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They have the right rapport with guests. In our business, that is the main thing.” (...) “One day at the hotel, a lady guest fainted,” says Silvio. “As a nurse, I was able to help her,” he says. Soon a new wave of guests will be arriving for the 2019 season, the third for Roberto and Silvio, who are now established and trusted staff.
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They have the right rapport with guests. In our business, that is the main thing.” (...) “One day at the hotel, a lady guest fainted,” says Silvio. “As a nurse, I was able to help her,” he says. Soon a new wave of guests will be arriving for the 2019 season, the third for Roberto and Silvio, who are now established and trusted staff.
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Score: 1211671 - https://www.unhcr.org/news/sto...-work-new-home-montenegro.html
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“I didn’t know why there are many guests in the house, but my step-mother told me to get ready because I am getting married,” says Shakila with sadness.  ”I am scared of getting married.” (...) “After hearing about Shakila’s case, he decided to postpone the wedding till Zainab reaches 18.” Zahra got  married young. 
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Feature | South Africa | 03 September 2019 BLOEMFONTEIN (ILO News) – When Tebang Motaung, a 26-year-old South African, attended a wedding a couple of years ago, he did not know yet that he would become an entrepreneur. “I was simply taken aback when I saw the guests passing a hand towel along the buffet line. I imagined the many germs and bacteria on people’s hands were being passed along from one guest to the other,” he says. Motaung started to think about ways to avoid such unhygienic situations.
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The WED assessment provides a detailed assessment in this regard. (...) The paper is not intended to expound in detail on the challenges and opportunities for WED in Egypt that can be found in the WED Assessment itself. (...) FEI Position Paper on Women Entrepreneurship Development (WED) 10 Framework Condition 2: Effective Leadership and Coordination in Promoting WED The WED Assessment makes it clear that while WED is indeed mentioned in many development plans and gender policies in Egypt, the country lacks a national strategic framework for WED.
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The WED assessment provides a detailed assessment in this regard. (...) The paper is not intended to expound in detail on the challenges and opportunities for WED in Egypt that can be found in the WED Assessment itself. (...) FEI Position Paper on Women Entrepreneurship Development (WED) 10 Framework Condition 2: Effective Leadership and Coordination in Promoting WED The WED Assessment makes it clear that while WED is indeed mentioned in many development plans and gender policies in Egypt, the country lacks a national strategic framework for WED.
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Score: 1164784.5 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_712938.pdf
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