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Gracious Governments, Gracious Citizens: Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, and Burundi

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Gracious Governments, Gracious Citizens: Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, and Burundi

Today we are going to share with you many positive changes from our home countries. With God’s grace, organic agriculture in Bulgaria has had the highest rate of expansion in the whole of Europe, more than tripling in recent years. Moreover, Bulgaria is taking a step closer to completely banning fur trade. In the last few years, veganism has seen exponential growth in Bulgaria. Now let me introduce positive changes in my beautiful country, Burkina Faso. Burkina Faso has shown positive changes in many aspects including increased access to natural resources, drinking water quality, health care and the empowerment of woman and the youth. Now let’s hear from Gloria about her lovely country, Burundi. According to the United Nations Children’s Found(UNICEF), the percentage of children attending primary school increased from 59% in 2005 to 96% in 2011. Burundi has also achieved gender parity in primary education with equal numbers of boys and girls.
Positive Changes in Countries
2020-01-03   297 Views
Positive Changes in Countries
2020-01-03

Virtuous Governments, Virtuous Citizens: Botswana, Brazil, and Brunei

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Virtuous Governments, Virtuous Citizens: Botswana, Brazil, and Brunei

Since 2014, hunting on public land in Botswana has been completely banned. And Botswana won 2nd place at the 2017 United Nations Public Service Awards for its effective waste management system started in 2010. Botswana became the first African country in 2002 to provide universal free antiretroviral treatment (ART) to people living with HIV. São Paulo, Brazil has implemented many initiatives to protect animal welfare and rights by banning the import, farming, and sales of animal fur in 2014 and 2015. As the popularity of plant-based foods continues to soar, vegan companies at a rate of 40 percent annually. In 2018, Brunei joined the total elimination of nuclear weapons by signing the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW). With the majority of our population following the religion of Islam, charity has always been a very important practice from our monarch toward the common people of Brunei, as well as from Brunei toward other countries.
Positive Changes in Countries
2019-11-20   511 Views
Positive Changes in Countries
2019-11-20
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