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Submitted by Atebia Kokeb K. Gebrewold on

It is encouraging that countries are consenting to the need for developing human capital to the sustainable development of a country and contribute to the World Bank's Mission of eliminating extreme poverty and sharing world's prosperity. As health and education can become a catalyst to achieve World Bank's goals through increased productivity , it can also become an impediment to progress if effective investments to development of Human Capital . One of the causes of underemployment is lack of Human Capital and countries should make efforts to gear their resources to development a healthy and educated population ready for workforce of the future. The Human Capital Project should be an ongoing project to meet the demands of the current workforce. Studies conducted should be available to the public so the private sector can also use the study prioritize its investment and consequently contribute to the development of the country and enforcing the global world.

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