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The Impact Of Covid-19 Pandemic On Education   By: isabella whitmore
1.2 billions of students stopped going to school due to the corona virus pandemic. What will this widespread school closure have on us especially on the education sector?(read entire article)
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Category : Social Community

How Covid-19 Pandemic Affects The Education Sector   By: isabella whitmore
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused devastating consequences including widespread school closure in more than 190 countries. This resulted to education disruption for 94% of the global student population which can greatly affect our society.(read entire article)
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Category : Social Community

The Effects Of Coronavirus Pandemic On Education   By: isabella whitmore
Education is one of the many sectors that are greatly affected by the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. The increasing number of people infected with the disease has forced schools to suspend their classes to protect students and school employees from being infected. Over 190 countries have closed their schools affecting more than 90% of the global student population.(read entire article)
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Category : Education

Improving Access To Electricity   By: isabella whitmore
What do you do whenever there is a power outage? Let me guess, it's either take a nap or find something to do. Losing electricity is dreadful and feels like the world stops because almost everything that we do requires electricity. We use it for working, cleaning, cooking, and recreational activities such as browsing the internet or watching TV.(read entire article)
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Category : Social Community

Achieving Universal Electricity Access   By: isabella whitmore
13% of the world's population still has no electricity access today. International agencies such as United Nations (UN), World Bank Group (WBG), and International Energy Agency (IEA) aim to achieve universal electricity access by 2030. How close are they in reaching this goal?(read entire article)
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Category : Social Community

Challenges In Achieving Global Electricity Access   By: isabella whitmore
More people have easier electricity access than ever before. For the first time in many decades, the number of people with no electricity access decreased to one billion. Thanks to the substantial efforts of International Energy Agency, World Bank Group, United Nations, and different governments striving to achieve global electricity access by 2030.(read entire article)
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Category : Social Community

Plastics Pollution; A Threat To Our Planet   By: isabella whitmore
The negative impacts of plastic waste into our environment is exponentially growing which causes disastrous damages to our environment, animals, and humans.(read entire article)
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Category : Environment

Plastic, The Most Harmful Substance On Earth   By: isabella whitmore
The first plastic was invented in an effort to find a substitute for ivory and save elephants from exploitation. John Wesley Hyatt created the first plastic in 1869 to win the $10,000 prize for whoever can provide a replacement for ivory which is from elephants' tusks. This means that the creation of plastic originally aimed to protect animals from human's destructive acts.(read entire article)
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Category : Environment

How To Make A Perfect Cup Of Coffee   By: isabella whitmore
Smelling the rich aroma of coffee in the morning is the best way to start a day. It gives you comforting warmth in the cold breezy morning and wakes you up with a good dose of caffeine that energize you all through the day.(read entire article)
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Category : Food, Cooking and Drink

The Secret To Making A Perfect Cup Of Coffee   By: isabella whitmore
Ever wonder why your brewed coffee at home tastes different from the ones in coffee shops? There could be plenty of reasons but the good news is you don't have to be a professional barista or buy expensive equipment to make a perfect cup of coffee. You can brew your own coffee at home that is as delicious or even better than over-priced coffee in coffee shops.(read entire article)
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Category : Food, Cooking and Drink

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