Countries which practice polygamy (illegal or legal) – key areas on the Go.

Afghanistan,
Algeria,
Angola,
Australia,
Bahrain,
Bangladesh,
Benin,
Bhutan,
Botswana,
Burma,
Burundi,
Cameroon,
Central African Republic,
Chad,
Comoros,
Republic of the Congo,
Democratic Republic of the Congo,
Djibouti,
Egypt,
Equatorial Guinea,
Eritrea,
Ethiopia,
France,
Gabon,
Gambia,
Ghana,
India,
Indonesia,
Iraqi Kurdistan,
Ivory Coast,
Kazakhstan,
Kenya,
Kuwait,
Kyrgyzstan,
Laos,
Lesotho,
Libya,
Liberia,
Malawi,
Maldives,
Mali,
Mauritania,
Mauritius,
Mongolia,
Morocco,
Mozambique,
Namibia,
New Zealand,
Niger,
Nigeria,
Niue,
Pakistan,
Palestinian territories,
Russia,
Rwanda,
Saudi Arabia,
Somalia,
South Africa
Sri Lanka,
Sudan,
Swaziland,
Tajikistan,
Thailand,
Tunisia,
Turkey,
Turkmenistan,
Uganda,
United Arab Emirates,
United Kingdom,
United States,
Uzbekistan,
Vietnam,
Yemen,
Zambia,
Zimbabwe,

 

 

 

What is an underlying reason which makes a primary school successful – key points, key words, key phrases on the Go.

 

  1. Social interactions with other parents reinforces motivation around their children.
  2. The social interactions adds the competitive edge in the education.
  3. Social communication reinforces information.
  4. The creation of social harmony around parents and children at school creates a better working environment for the kids.
  5. Getting involved in the school activities etc.
  6. Parents getting involved compounds social skills for their children.
  7. Social communication with teachers helps to monitor systems and be up-to-date with information other than just obtaining through leaflets, posts etc.
  8. It is about balancing the social and the educational element of the education system.
  9. Schools that have poor parental social networks and parents not getting involved in school activities can be the underlying cause of school having a poor ratings in the education system.
  10. Lack of social involvement will create a negative atmosphere for the parents and the kids attending school possibly resulting in low grades.

 

Types of disability access around corporate buildings – key words, key points, key phrases on the go.

 

 

 

 

  1. Accessible baby changing.
  2. Alternative languages available.
  3. Trolleys designed to fit to wheelchairs.
  4. Hoist available.
  5. Customer Toilet Facilities.
  6. Installing a traditional lift for the disabled.
  7. Creating Disabled toilets.
  8. Wheelchair users (with assistance).
  9. Toilets that are accessible for disabled people.
  10. Parent with pushchair access.
  11. Baby changing facilities.
  12. Arrange sign language interpreters.
  13. Hard of hearing -Induction loops fitted.
  14. Low counters / payment counters to ease access.
  15. Specialised adult changing facilities.
  16. Fitting rooms that are accessible for disabled people.
  17. An intercom providing communication with staff.
  18. In shower available.
  19. Creating special parking spot for disabled car users.
  20. Computer access in building on ground.
  21. Access for partially sighted or blind people.
  22. phone line/bell for disabled wheelchair to ring for assistance.
  23. Creating a manual ramp to aid wheelchair holders up to the entrance.
  24. Temporary ramps available icon.
  25. Automatic doors that can improve disabled access.
  26. Bell in toilet to call for assistance.

 

Prioritization-skills – key points, key words, key phrases on the Go.

  1. structuring the day appropriately,
  2. evaluating which tasks are more important,
  3. injecting high quality and quantity of work,
  4. handling the work in order.
  5. increasing time management through structuring,
  6. reducing stress build up,
  7. evaluating strengths and weaknesses,
  8. learning how to delegate,
  9. doing things in order of importance,
  10. tackling what’s important and what is not,
  11. creating a to-do list, (A, B, C),
  12. balancing shared resources,
  13. completing a project successfully,
  14. negotiate with boss and colleagues for help,
  15. taking your schedule breaks,
  16. refocusing/concentrating back on the work,
  17. keeping checks on the time,
  18. keeping to deadlines,
  19. projecting organisational skills,
  20. keys of efficiencies,
  21. overall competence,
  22. top goals at work,
  23. highest possible return,
  24. emotional, mental and physical energy,
  25. increasing productivity,
  26. higher output,
  27. time management tools,
  28. time spent planning, saves time in execution,
  29. good working conditions creates a naturally motivated desire,
  30. avoiding teamwork gossips and pitfalls,

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emotional Pruning in a family – Key words, Key phrases on the Go.

 

 

  1. Motivating.
  2. Educating.
  3. Listening.
  4. Considering.
  5. Encouraging.
  6. Injecting value and worth.
  7. Appropriate words.
  8. Appropriate expressions.
  9. Communications.
  10. Quality time.
  11. Molding children.
  12. Encourage emotional understanding.
  13. Building skills.
  14. Building Confidence.
  15. Thinking before action or talking.
  16. Emotional intelligence.
  17. Injecting quality time.
  18. Teaching kids to respect themselves.
  19. Recognising what abuse is.
  20. Fun, laughter and happiness.
  21. Games in the family.
  22. Healthy competitions in the family.
  23. More associated with monogamy societies.

 

 

 

 

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