In an effort to mitigate the outbreak of COVID, many countries have imposed drastic lockdown, movement control or shelter in place orders on their residents. The effectiveness of these mitigation measures is highly dependent on cooperation and compliance of all members of society. The aim of this study was to determine the knowledge levels, attitudes and practices toward COVID among the Malaysian public. A cross-sectional online survey of 4, Malaysian residents was conducted between 27 th March and 3 rd April The survey instrument consisted of demographic characteristics, 13 items on knowledge, 3 items on attitudes and 3 items on practices, modified from a previously published questionnaire on COVID
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Replete with case studies, Waking the Asian Pacific Cooperative Potential applies a novel theoretical framework to aid in understanding meaningful change in cooperative firms, mutual firms, collectives, and communes, focusing in particular on the underexamined Asia Pacific region. It explores the common, albeit competing, objectives of transformational cooperatives that deliver a range of social benefits and corporative coops where the cooperative exhibits the characteristics of a competitive investor firm. The book provides examples of successful cooperatives in eleven countries across the Asia Pacific and reviews the theoretical framework of cooperatives, including issues pertaining to socio-economic, politico-legal, and domestic and international factors. Waking the Asian Pacific Co-operative Potential provides early-career researchers and graduate students with a systematic resource of cooperatives in the Asia Pacific, highlighting core lessons from case studies regarding the ideal role of cooperatives in a modern economy and on the enabling factors of the role of the state, the market potential for scale-up, the mitigation of poverty, and civil society. He is also an emeritus professor at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada.
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Download as PDF. A month later in February, case numbers inched up to 22 positive cases. By mid-March, case numbers had ballooned fold to cases. Businesses and services deemed to be non-essential were shut down.
The TEL aims to advance the development of information and communication technology ICT infrastructure and services as well as to promote cooperation, information sharing and the development of effective ICT policies and regulations in the Asia-Pacific region. In practice, the TEL aims to ensure that all people in the Asia-Pacific region have affordable access to ICT and the internet, for which broadband connectivity has become an essential component. In the TEL Bangkok Declaration of , telecommunications and information ministers noted with satisfaction that the Leaders' Brunei Goal of tripling internet access had been achieved and affirmed the commitment to achieving universal access to broadband by In the Okinawa Declaration , TEL ministers set the ambitious goal of access to next-generation high-speed broadband by to nurture the growth of knowledge-based economies in the APEC region.