Throughout my life, I have seen the power of education. I have witnessed how quality education for all can support the creation of dynamic economies and help to sustain peace, prosperity, and stability.
With the growing number of businesses competing in international markets, quality remains the most critical source of competitive advantage. Companies strive to produce high-quality products and deliver services of outstanding quality, to retain and expand their presence in global markets.
Every day, global media publish news that creates a picture of an unstoppable technology race among the world’s economic giants. The assumption is, the winner will take it all – substantial economic profits and technological dominance.
According to a 2015 US Center for Disease Control (CDC) report, nearly seven in ten (68 percent) adult cigarette smokers wanted to stop smoking, and more than five in ten (55.4 percent) adult cigarette smokers had made a quit attempt the previous year, writes Wagaye Berhanu.