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Supply Chain Ecosystems - Part 2

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    Rajab N.
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    Rajab N.

    It has been a great pleasure for me to be one of the students for the first module and the second module 2 which is more interested I would like to thank the company for their links of online course. just only missing items was the CD of the lectures if could be possible they should send it to the students addresses

    Cyrus Y.
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    Cyrus Y.

    What a great lectures this mooning, old I like this Management course presently during, I hope after completion ,new course from Alison will indeed be recommended to me in Logistic. Thanks a lot Cyrus Yeamon

    Sipho K.
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    Sipho K.

    interesting topic

    Frank A.
    GH
    Frank A.

    Fantastic Topic

    Simon M.
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    Simon M.

    cant see the text of the course

    Maxwell Kwame M.
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    Maxwell Kwame M.

    can one download the slides? if yes, how can it be done? thanks.

    Arindom M.
    IN
    Arindom M.

    Please allow full screen video view.

    Md. Abdullah Al A.
    BD
    Md. Abdullah Al A.

    Learned a whole lot of things and I believe yet to come more in the upcoming lectures.

    Ahmed Adekunle A.
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    Ahmed Adekunle A.

    The strategic plan also resulted into restructuring of its operations and decentralizing some of its authority to provincial and district administrations. One of the major challenges is the low access to education. The Ministry of education attempted to increase access to education by introducing free education in February 2002. Under this policy all user fees were abolished from Grades 1-7 and uniforms were no longer compulsory. Education Boards and Parents Teachers Associations were allowed to raise funds through various activities, but no child can be denied access to school on account of financial costs. These measures are likely to bring about a substantial increase in enrolment in basic schools and reduce the percentage of out-of-school children. However, they also have strong financing implications for the government since government committed itself to providing exercise books, pencils, rubbers, rulers and other teaching requisites. However, the current emphasis on basic education has meant that similar reforms needed in high school and tertiary education have not been fully implemented. In addition, it is generally recognized that expanding basic education enrolment increases demand for the next level, while even a slow- developing economy requires the higher order skills provided by post-basic education

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    Ahmed Adekunle A.

    What's a good lecture listen to?

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