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نتایج جستجو برای Lavij Village

تعداد نتایج: 7661  
Alireza Mohseni Tabrizi, Reiko Nara,

One of the most favorable development options in society's programs and policies is tourism development. The most important part of sustainable tourism development is promoting community participation on reliability, norms through members in it: social capital on human resource. In this regard, social capital is one of the most important variables that support community participation in many ac...

2009
R. K. Pokharel, H. O. Larsen,

Community forestry in Nepal strives for forest conservation and sustainable forest management. Evaluating progress towards this end requires periodic measurements, and currently there are no standard tools for undertaking evaluations in a participatory way. The purpose of this paper is to suggest a standardized way for measuring effective forest conservation through the use of locally set score...

Journal: :Clinical chemistry 2015
It-Koon Tan,

During my travels to numerous countries over 40 years, I have seen many picturesque mountain villages with elegant and well-preserved houses perched on carefully selected sites on the mountains, and others located by a river or lake at the foot of a mountain. They appear remarkably harmonious with the natural scenery. Fruit trees or tea trees and crops such as rice, wheat, and corn are planted ...

Journal: :P & T : a peer-reviewed journal for formulary management 2010
David B Nash,

Iknow what you’re thinking—“it takes a village” is a hackneyed phrase, and what is it doing in P&T? Perhaps you missed a critically important report from the Institute of Medicine (IOM) last winter on an approach for preventing and controlling hypertension.1 It certainly appears that it does take a village to manage high blood pressure in the U.S. As our readers probably know, nearly 73 million...

2005
Sami I Mäkeläinen, Martin Peter Michael,

Instant messaging and presence-systems have long been popular in the “fixed” Internet world with tens of millions of PC users. The success has come despite the heterogeneous environment of multiple incompatible IM systems. In the mobile domain, however, instant messaging and presence is a relatively young thing. Hoping to avoid fragmentation in mobile IM and presence, Wireless Village was forme...

2011
Kobus Roux, Mario Marais,

South Africa has approximately 26500 primary and secondary schools, of which at least 17000 are in remote rural villages. None of these rural schools have any form of Internet connectivity. The same rural villages may have one health facility for every 20 schools and very few other public or community service centres. This paper presents a model that is being developed and tested in South Afric...

Journal: :Computer Networks 2011
Gergely Biczók, László Toka, András Gulyás, Tuan Anh Trinh, Attila Vidács,

The wireless community networking paradigm shows great promise in achieving a global status. However, in creating a ‘‘global wireless village’’, both user participation and support from traditional Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are key ingredients; for this end a viable incentive system is essential. In this paper we investigate the economic interactions in global wireless community network...

2007

The first big Nazi raid on the village of Le Chambon came in the summer of 1942. The villagers had already been warned about what would happen if they tried to hide Jews from the Nazis, and it was no surprise when squads of police descended on the village looking for the hundreds of Jews that were in fact hidden in the village and the surrounding countryside. The police vans were followed by a ...

Eco village design is a new field of knowledge still under development. It will be the physical manifestation of the unfolding of the ecovillage dream held by so many. It is generally agreed that concept of sustainability should play an increasing role in future urban development world-wide. In order to ensure ecological sustainability, cities around the world have to decrease their environment...