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BTVCBreaking the Vicious Cycle (book)
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Ortiz-Luis said maintaining the current environment has likewise contributed very strongly in 'breaking the vicious cycle of unemployment and poverty in the country.'
"The capital flight fueled poverty which led to violence and crime thus exacerbating poverty," he said, adding that the key to breaking the vicious cycle was to overcome issues like terrorism, sectarian violence, and organised crime.
He said that govt's effortsshould focus on breaking the vicious cycle of poverty.
At the recent launch, she said that early childhood education is the key to breaking the vicious cycle of poverty in the Philippines.
Together, we believe that early childhood education is the key to succeeding in breaking the vicious cycle of poverty in the Philippines.
This patient's mother, Elaine Gottschall, was so inspired by how much they helped her daughter that she published a book in 1987, Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Intestinal Health Through Diet, (2) which outlines the diet and provides guidelines and recipes.
But breaking the vicious cycle of discrimination is never easy.
As such investments sustainably raise incomes, they enable further increases in productive personal investments, thereby breaking the vicious cycle of poverty and hunger.
''In addition to providing crop seeds and training in farm skills , the UK is helping them build homes that will stand up to future flooding, breaking the vicious cycle of the annual rains."
I sincerely applaud the minister and his staff for keeping his door open to the public and breaking the vicious cycle. Mr Abdel Bari Al Arousy has restored my faith in the revolution.
I hope this election will be a step towards breaking the vicious cycle of corruption, lack of implementation of the rule of law and ethnic tensions.
All ministers agreed on the critical importance of education in breaking the vicious cycle of poverty.