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does the FNB PROGRAMME BENEFIT THE COMMUNITY in both economic and social development?
Weegy: In line with the vision of being a great business helping to create a better world, First National Bank (FNB) views its role within the country as going way beyond that of a major player in the business environment. [ A big focus for many years has been on adopting initiatives that will make South Africa a better place for all. A major element in achieving the goal of helping to create a better world is the work of the FNB Fund. The FNB Fund is a significant part of the FirstRand Foundation, which has a ten-year history of giving to the community. The Foundation focuses on the development and empowerment of the broader community through partnerships with best practice non-profit organisations nationwide. A programmatic approach to giving was introduced in 2007 to streamline the Foundation's focus areas. This approach has resulted in more well thought-out and meaningful giving as attention is directed to identified strategic focus areas. The new approach will ensure that we make a greater impact on our focus areas. Focus Areas The FNB Fund has identified education, early childhood development, hospice and community care programmes as the strategic areas of focus. Education From foundation phase to tertiary education, our comprehensive investment in education enables the youth of South Africa to realise their potential and to be equipped to be able to contribute towards the economic development of their country. ] (More)
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Weegy: Positive impact of what? Please clarify thanks. User: posetive impact of the economic development Weegy: Economic growth would surely better the world by giving it more money, which would lead to better health care, but money seems to change people. In the way where they become less sincere, and do not have the best in mind for anyone but themselves. [ I think this qoute from Henry David Thoreau explains what I am trying to say. "Our culture does not nourish that which is best or noblest in the human spirit. It does not cultivate vision, imagination, or aeshtetic or spiritual sensitivity. It does not encourage gentlesness, generosity, caring, or compassion. Increaslingly in the late 20th century, the economic technocratic-statist worldview has become a monsterous destroyer of what is loving and life-affirming in the human soul." Source(s): Henry David Thoreau ] (More)
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what are the negative effects of economic development in terms of living standards and job opportunities?
Weegy: operations can affect the health of local communities. [ Building facilities can, for example, create mosquito-breeding areas and increase exposure to malaria. Migrant workers may introduce new diseases or sexually transmitted viruses such as HIV/AIDS.Workers from other regions or countries often move into an area, bringing more wealth, a new monetary system and they may push up the cost of living.During the construction phase a project can attract people wanting to benefit illegally, for example through extortion or theft. The security needed at facilities can intimidate local communities. ] (More)
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factors that contribute to persons becoming refugees
Weegy: a refugee is a person who owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group, or political opinion, is outside the country of their nationality, and is unable to or, [ owing to such fear, is unwilling to avail him/herself of the protection of that country. ] (More)
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what are types of refugees?
Weegy: There are two types of refugees in the camp, those who receive a refugee ration and those who do not. [ Those with a ration need not worry about basic foodstuffs, while those without must rely on what they can scrounge from the forest and buy in the camp. ] (More)
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