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Revolution' that is helping to better equip young people to overcome adversity.
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That is why we need to hasten the establishment of disaster resilience
so that this department (will) focus on the natural hazards and climate change,' Duterte said Monday during his fourth State of the Nation Address (Sona).
Zenaida Maglaya, co-chair of National MSME Resilience
Core Group, cited the importance of promoting disaster resilience
among the business sector.
training can help, but offering the training on-site can be time-consuming, expensive and may cause stigma for employees seeking help.
He also said that while resilience
is good, Lebanese show too much resilience
and forget to expect the state to play its role in crisis and in development generally.
Kobe, Japan, Feb 23, 2019 - (JCN Newswire) - The Government of Japan, in collaboration with The International Academic Forum (IAFOR), held a major international event on Feb 22 which re-examined resilience
from interdisciplinary perspectives and paradigms, from the abstract concept to the concrete, with thought leaders from academia, business, civil society and academia.
He recognises the demands placed on individual clinicians to manage complex caseloads challenge their resourcefulness, their resilience
and general well-being.
, subjective well-being, university students
Tribune News Network Doha Ooredoo, the region's leading enabler of digital business innovation, has won a prestigious award in recognition of its business continuity and resilience
efforts in Qatar.
Ooredoo, the region's leading enabler of digital business innovation, has won a prestigious award recognising its business continuity and resilience
efforts in Qatar.
is the learned capacity to cope with any level of adversity, from the small annoyances of daily life to the struggles and sorrows that break our hearts.
as a concept has become embedded in public policy discourse within countries across the world in a wide range of contexts--planning, education, emergency management, and supply chains.
may be defined as the process or outcome of successful adaptation despite challenging or threatening circumstances (Masten et al., 1990).
Called the Country Resilience
and Fragility Assessment (CRFA), the tool offers a completely new method of assessing resilience
and fragility using seven key criteria: political inclusiveness, safety and security, justice, the economy, social cohesion, the regional contagion effect, and climate change.