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This is the second episode dedicated to the discussion of the Social Security Law. Despite the direct danger posed by early retirement on the financial future of the SSC, and despite all the recommendations to cancel it and keep only the aging pension as is the case in other countries in the world, the new draft law kept it as it is. How will this affect wages rates and the opportunities of new graduates in the labor market? Was the draft law fair to today's retirees at the expense of tomorrow's retirees? Finally, we discuss the new amendment which obliges the SSC to provide health insurance for subscribers who are not covered by insurance, in the year 2015.
In this episode we address the changes on the requirements of early retirement, according to the Social Security Law that was passed by the House of Representatives, and the impact of allowing for early retirees work on the opportunities of new graduates in the market. We also present to the viewer how the new pension can be calculated, and why the inclusion of the participants of the Social Security in the health insurance was postponed? And we finally answer the most important question of whether the financial future of the Social Security is really at risk?
Globally, pregnancy and childbirth are the leading cause of death of girls between the ages of fifteen and nineteen years old. In Jordan, the door is still open for those who want to marry underage girls, with a legal and a legislative cover. The report was prepared in collaboration with the Center for Defending Freedom of Journalists.
We address in this episode the reality of the marginalization of the municipalities and how municipal councils are deprived the right to participate effectively in making decisions concerning their regions, and the impact that this policy has on the feelings of Jordanians outside the capital who feel that they are not among the priorities of the development plans that are made at the center, and in which the idea of balanced development between the capital and the peripheries is absent, and finally who failed the decentralization project in Jordan?
Issa’s family didn’t want us to crack walls in their house, so instead we installed for them magic LED lamps! In Issa’s house the main problem was the bad design! Light wasn’t able to enter the house and the electricity bill was very high because lights are switched on all the time! Issa’s family didn’t want us to crack walls in their house, so instead we installed for them magic LED lamps and we also installed a Solar Heater, and because Issa was the one who won with us we applied thermal insulation to his room so he can be able to sleep inside it in winter.
Dr. Hussein Abduljaleel speaks to us about the importance of thermal insulation in our houses. The word “insulate” was mentioned 10 times in the holy Quran. Dr Hussein Abduljaleel speaks to us about the importance of thermal insulation in our houses.
Our consumption of water in our houses is frightening; this is evidenced by numbers in this video. But the most important question remains: Do we really need water saving devices in our houses?
We took off the existing tiles, installed a new piping network and brought new windows. We took off the existing tiles, installed a new piping network and brought new windows. We applied maintenance to some windows and installed water saving taps and magical curtains that can save energy and protect the privacy of the house! All this and more was given to our winner Sanad Al-Otaibi, the latest winner in Water, Energy and coins.
This film does not intend to praise women achievements in reaching any political or economic positions. It's not going to address the achievements of feminist movements struggling for self-evident women rights.