Venezuela Healthcare and Money

Venezuela Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required yellow fever 1 Malaria 4 – Cholera 2 Typhus & Polio 3 – Eat Drink Overview Medical care is good in the larger cities. However, the supply of medicines is inadequate. Therefore, a well-stocked first-aid kit should be considered. It is strongly recommended to take out travel health insurance that is valid worldwide, including repatriation insurance. Even in the emergency departments of hospitals,…

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Uruguay Healthcare and Money

Uruguay Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required yellow fever 1 cholera no Typhoid & Polio 2 – Eat Drink 3 – malaria no – Overview General medical care is good in Montevideo and adequate in the larger inland cities. In Montevideo there are hospitals and German-speaking doctors. However, the treatment costs are high. It is recommended to take out travel health insurance and travel repatriation insurance. Check findjobdescriptions for more information.…

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Suriname Healthcare and Money

Suriname Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required yellow fever 1 cholera 2 Typhoid & Polio 3 – malaria 4 – Eat Drink 5 – Overview Due to the unreliable medical care, you should definitely take out health insurance for travel abroad before you travel, which includes return transport in an emergency. Check findjobdescriptions for more information. Notes vaccinations [1] A vaccination certificate against yellow fever is required for all travelers wishing…

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Peru Healthcare and Money

Peru Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required yellow fever 1 cholera 2 Typhoid & Polio 3 – malaria 4 – Eat Drink 5 – Overview The medical care in the country can only be compared with Europe in expensive private clinics and is often problematic in terms of technology, equipment and/or hygiene. In many cases there is also a lack of European-trained English/French-speaking doctors. Medical treatments must be paid for…

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Paraguay Healthcare and Money

Paraguay Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink 3 – malaria no no Typhoid & Polio 2 – cholera no yellow fever Yes, 1 Overview The medical care in the capital is satisfactory, otherwise significantly worse than in Europe. It is problematic in every respect, especially in rural areas. Nevertheless, the costs for medical treatment and hospital stays can sometimes be considerably higher than in Germany. In emergencies, the…

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Guyana Healthcare and Money

Guyana Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink 5 – malaria 4 – Typhoid & Polio 3 – cholera 2 yellow fever 1 Overview Due to the very poor medical care, travel health insurance that includes return transport in an emergency should be taken out before you travel. Hospital treatment is free in Georgetown, but doctors charge a fee. An individual first-aid kit should be taken with you and…

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French Guyana Healthcare and Money

French Guyana Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required yellow fever 1 cholera 2 Typhoid & Polio 3 – malaria 4 – Eat Drink 5 – Overview There are hardly any medical care facilities outside of Cayenne. The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) is valid for nationals of EU and EFTA countries. The treatment takes place upon presentation of the EHIC. This regulates care and reimbursement of costs in the event of…

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Falkland Islands Healthcare and Money

Falkland Islands Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink 2 – malaria no – Typhoid & Polio 1 – cholera no yellow fever no Overview Travel health insurance, reliable travel repatriation insurance and air rescue insurance are strongly recommended. An individual first-aid kit should be taken with you and protected according to the temperatures on the way. Check directoryaah for more information. Notes vaccinations [1] Typhoid occurs, poliomyelitis does not. Typhoid…

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Ecuador Healthcare and Money

Ecuador Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink 5 – malaria 4 – Typhoid & Polio 3 – cholera 2 yellow fever 1 Overview The medical care in the country in the larger cities can be compared to that in Europe. In rural areas, however, it is often problematic in terms of technology, equipment and/or hygiene. Taking out travel health insurance with return travel insurance is strongly recommended. However,…

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Colombia Healthcare and Money

Colombia Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink malaria 4 – Typhoid & Polio 3 – cholera 2 yellow fever 1 Overview The medical care in the country, as far as the larger cities are concerned, can be compared with that in Europe. In rural areas, however, it is often problematic in terms of technology, equipment and/or hygiene. Visitors to Bogotá should plan a few days to acclimatize, the…

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Chile Healthcare and Money

Chile Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink 3 – malaria no – Typhoid & Polio 2 – cholera 1 yellow fever no Overview Medical care in the country can only be directly compared with Europe in large cities. It is often technically, apparatus-related and/or hygienically problematic. There is also often a lack of European-trained English/French-speaking doctors. An individual first-aid kit should be taken with you and protected according…

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Brazil Healthcare and Money

Brazil Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink malaria 4 – Typhoid & Polio 3 no cholera 2 yellow fever 1 Overview The medical care in the country, as far as the larger cities are concerned, can be compared with that in Europe. In rural areas, however, it is often problematic in terms of technology, equipment and/or hygiene. Doctors who speak German, French or English can be found in…

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Bolivia Healthcare and Money

Bolivia Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink 5 – malaria 4 – Typhoid & Polio 3 – cholera 2 yellow fever 1 Overview Medical care in the country is often problematic in terms of technology, equipment and/or hygiene. An American clinic in La Paz is available for emergencies. Reasonable hospitals are exclusively in private hands, which often charge very high costs. It is therefore strongly recommended to take…

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Argentina Healthcare and Money

Argentina Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink malaria no – typhus 2 – cholera no yellow fever 1 Overview Medical care – especially inpatient care – is generally good, but outside of Buenos Aires the standard can be lower. Invoices often have to be paid immediately in cash. When traveling to the province, medicines should be carried in sufficient quantities in the form of a first-aid kit. The…

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State Structure and Political System of Colombia

Colombia Politics

According to microedu, Colombia is a unitary presidential republic. The Constitution adopted in 1991 retained the presidential form of government, but significantly balanced the powers of the various branches of government. Many functions of the central institutions have been transferred to local authorities, which enjoy political, administrative and financial autonomy. The cultural and ethnic diversity of the Colombian people is recognized. Administrative division – 32 departments and the metropolitan area…

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Brazil Agricultural Products

Brazil Agricultural Products

From the descriptions that date back to the century. XVI shows that from the first period of colonization corn, millet, mandioca, yam, cocoa, banana, tobacco and cotton were known to the natives. Wheat was not known, as well as the hypothesis that sugar cane was already known there, is far from being demonstrated, even if we can argue around the time of its introduction on the soil of Brazil, which certainly…

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Brazil Language

Brazil Language

The national language of Brazil is Portuguese (for indigenous languages ​​see america: Indigenous languages; tupi – Guaraní) which, introduced in the century XVI by the Lusitanian discoverers, in an environment different from that of origin, among a mixed population of indigenous people (especially Tupi-Guaraní), of blacks imported from the Portuguese colonies of Africa, and of whites (mostly from Portugal) has undergone slight modifications. Referring to the article portugal: Lingua, as…

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Argentina Literature

Argentina Literature

Some noble and representative voices of Argentine literature have been extinguished: L. Lugones, who was, and still remains, the master of the new generations, has disappeared and committed suicide; disappeared, even suicidal, the most vehement, the hottest, the greatest Argentine poetess, Alfonsina Storni. And Ricardo Güiraldes is also dead, the most gifted of modern storytellers, whose prose published posthumously (Xaimaca, etc.), if they do not reach his novel Don Segundo Sombra in…

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Bolivia Modern History

Bolivia Modern History

The region, known as Alto Peru until 1825, was conquered in 1538 by the Spaniards led by Hernando Pizarro, then by his brother Gonzalo. Included until 1776 in the viceroyalty of Peru, in 1563 it was however constituted as an autonomous subdivision as Real Audiencia de Charcas, with capital Chuquisaca (today Sucre). For a long time it was subject to the exploitation of the very rich silver and mercury mines,…

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Travel to Chile

Travel to Chile

Chile is the land of extremes. Here are icy polar rains, soaring mountains and one of the world’s driest deserts. Chile consists of a narrow strip of land between the Andes and the Pacific Ocean that is over 4,000 km long, and only 200 km wide in places. The nature is very varied and is protected by several national parks inhabited by llamas, nanoparticles, flamingos, seals and penguins. A generous…

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Italy – the Art of Twisting Part II

Italy - the Art of Twisting 2

The art of arranging ” L’arte di arrangiarsi ” – the art of twisting – is a key concept for understanding Italian society. Although the differences are great between the rich north and the poor south of Italy, there is a widespread tendency for a lot to go “on acquaintances” . 50 percent of Italians get a job after a personal recommendation, 39 percent through a personal contact and only…

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Italy – the Art of Twisting Part III

Italy - the Art of Twisting 3

In the 1994 parliamentary elections, Forza Italia went to the polls on a promise to change Italy. The charismatic Berlusconi promised tax cuts, the fight against bureaucracy and the abuse of power, and he claimed that his own success would become a model for the whole of Italy. And Italian voters were convinced. Berlusconi became Italy’s new prime minister, and not only that: he was to be the longest-serving prime…

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EU Neighborhood Policy Part II

EU Neighborhood Policy 2

6: Ukraine and Russia To date, the neighborhood policy has not contributed to peace and stability in the eastern neighborhood of the EU. In recent times, developments have been particularly negative in Ukraine. This is mainly due to an aggressive and reprehensible Russian policy towards the country. However, some believe that the EU is not entirely without responsibility. These will mean, among other things, that the EU has paid too…

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EU Neighborhood Policy Part I

EU Neighborhood Policy 1

The EU Neighborhood Policy (ENP) was established in 2004, the same year that the European Union (EU) was enlarged by 10 new countries, mainly in Eastern Europe. The purpose of the policy was to create a “ring of veins” around the EU’s new external borders and thus prevent new dividing lines in Europe. The desire was to continue the EU as a peace project, based on an idea that closer…

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Germany: Europe’s New Superpower Part III

Germany - Europe's New Superpower 3

The certainty that they are good at solving challenges is reflected in Germany’s international role. As a large trading nation, they naturally place great emphasis on building a well-functioning global trading system, including the fight against tax havens. But it is in the climate and environmental field that they have excelled most in recent decades. Germany was a leader in the work of establishing the Kyoto agreement , and the…

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Germany: Europe’s New Superpower Part II

Germany - Europe's New Superpower 2

5: A popular country Germany’s handling of the euro crisis aroused associations with the Nazi – infamous cliché (worn-out expression) about the Germans, that they are strict people of order. During street demonstrations in Athens, some posters bearing Hitler’s mustaches on Merkel were displayed, and several European publications made headlines depicting the German Chancellor as authoritarian, possibly a cold and cynical robot. Most Europeans, on the other hand, seem to…

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Germany: Europe’s New Superpower Part I

Germany - Europe's New Superpower 1

Germany has emerged from the shadows of the past, and in a short time has become Europe’s political, economic and cultural powerhouse. How will they use their new position of power ? What is Germany’s relationship with the outside world today? What views does Germany hold during the euro crisis? What makes Germany an “export world champion”? How does Germany differ from many other great powers? After the German war…

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Population Development in the World

Crowded street in China

In the 1970s, global population development – often referred to as a population explosion – was presented as the major threat to peaceful social and economic development. Pictures were taken where the poor part clung to an increasingly crowded planet. It was also warned that the rapid population growth in the south could lead to armed conflicts between the poor and the rich part of the world. (see also later…

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International Law Part III

International law 3

8. As much as possible should be decided nationally International law and national law are two different legal systems . There is increasing integration between these systems , but they can also conflict with each other. The question is what is to be decided nationally, what belongs at the international level, and how, and who, is to decide conflicts on these issues. Brexit is an expression of the fact that…

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