Tag Archives: Jordan
#StatsDay2020: Data-telling in MENA
There’s story-telling. There’s tattle-telling. Then there’s data-telling. How much does a country’s data collection efforts reflect its social, economic, political, institutional, civic, human and health development? Given the global pandemic of COVID-19, PITAPOLICY argues that the data transparency correlates with … Continue reading
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If We Don’t Compare MENA Countries’ Fiscal Fragility, Then How Will Gather Lessons Learned?
Breaking bread, hence sharing a meal with anyone, symbolizes the conscious and informal way of engaging in respectful conversation. Moreover, if one can “break bread” with another, they have taken the first step towards engagement, and building more concretely upon … Continue reading
World Economic Forum Covers Energy, Employment, #SSN, #Syria…What did the #WEF not cover?
The World Economic Forum just held its meeting in Jordan this past weekend and focused on energy, employment, Palestinian peace, and smatterings of Syria crisis issues. However, certain political issues were avoided. For example, questions about both Lebanon’s suspended elections … Continue reading
Happy Holidays: Reflecting on the Lands Where Christianity Began…
Dear Pita-Consumers: PITAPOLICY would like to wish you all a happy holidays…and to our Christian Pitapals, a very SAFE merry Christmas. We look forward to hearing your Christmas reflections on the holy lands where Christianity began and other pita-consuming countries … Continue reading
15 Middle Eastern Startups You Should Know About
Source: http://thenextweb.com/me/2011/06/13/15-middle-east-startups-you-should-know-about/ The startup landscape in the Middle East may be quieter than much of the rest of the world, but don’t let that deceive you. Behind the scenes, there are countless talented developers working on services, applications and websites, … Continue reading
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