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  2. Education in Jordan - Wikipedia

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    Education Management System. The Ministry of Education (MoE) is responsible for the pre-primary, primary, and secondary levels of education. Post-secondary education is the responsibility of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (MoHESR), which includes the Higher Education Council and the Accreditation Council.

  3. Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka - Wikipedia

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    Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka (Zulu pronunciation: [pʰumziːle m̩lamboᵑǀʱuːkʼa]; born 3 November 1955) is a South African politician and former United Nations official, who served as the Executive Director of UN Women with the rank of Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations.

  4. Crips and Bloods: Made in America - Wikipedia

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    Crips and Bloods: Made in America is a 2008 documentary by Stacy Peralta that examines the rise of the Crips and Bloods, prominent gangs in America.The documentary focuses on the external factors that caused African-American youth to turn to gangs and questions the political and law enforcement response to the rise of gang culture.

  5. Church of God of Prophecy - Wikipedia

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    The Church of God of Prophecy is a Holiness Pentecostal Christian church. It is one of five Church of God bodies headquartered in Cleveland, Tennessee that arose from a small meeting of believers who gathered at the Holiness Church at Camp Creek near the Tennessee/North Carolina border on Saturday, June 13, 1903.

  6. Ashley Leggat - Wikipedia

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    Leggat is a supporter of Count Me In, the largest youth-led movement of its kind. [9] [10] Based in Canada and founded by activist Shane Feldman, the ultimate mission of Count Me In is to promote student volunteerism, and help connect young people with community service opportunities that match their interests, passions and lifestyle. [11]

  7. African Leadership Academy - Wikipedia

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    Global Scholars Program. Global Scholars Program is a three-week, global leadership summer program for teens aged 13–19. Students from other countries around the world get the chance to come to ALA and they learn more about the continent as well as skills related to leadership and entrepreneurship. Catalyst Term

  8. Licypriya Kangujam - Wikipedia

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    Licypriya Kangujam (born 2 October, 2011) is a child environmental activist from India. She is one of the youngest climate activists globally and has addressed world leaders at the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2019 in Madrid, Spain asking them to take immediate climate action.

  9. Madeleine Albright - Wikipedia

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    She was also the co-chair of the Commission on Legal Empowerment of the Poor and was the chairwoman of the Council of Women World Leaders Women's Ministerial Initiative up until November 16, 2007, when she was succeeded by Margot Wallström. Albright guest starred on the television drama Gilmore Girls as herself on October 25, 2005.