Day: December 6, 2017

“FIFA” révèle une forte demande des marocains pour les billets pour la Coupe du Monde “Russie 2018”

“FIFA” révèle une forte demande des marocains pour les billets pour la Coupe du Monde “Russie 2018”

La FIFA a déclaré que la plupart des achats de billets pour la Coupe du Monde 2018 en Russie provenaient de 10 pays, dont le Maroc, l’un des pays participant à la Coupe du Monde.

La plupart des achats de billets provenaient de Russie (34%), suivie par l’Argentine, le Pérou et le Mexique, a indiqué mercredi un rapport de la FIFA.

Les États-Unis, suivis par la Colombie, le Brésil, le Maroc, l’Égypte, la Chine et la Pologne, se sont classés au quatrième rang.

La vente de billets a été reprise mardi après le tirage au sort final du groupe à la Coupe du monde 2018, qui se déroule jusqu’au 31 janvier 2018.

Dans les 24 heures, les fans de football du monde ont fait 1,318,109 achats de billets.

Posted by Selma El Menyar in Afrique du Nord
L’indice de prospérité classe le Maroc au 97ème rang mondial, et les Emirats Arabes Unis en première position parmi les pays arabes

L’indice de prospérité classe le Maroc au 97ème rang mondial, et les Emirats Arabes Unis en première position parmi les pays arabes

Le Maroc se classe au 97ème rang de l’indice mondial de prospérité, qui comprend 149 pays à travers le monde, selon plusieurs critères: économie, climat des affaires, gouvernance, éducation, santé, sécurité, environnement et capital humain.

Selon le rapport publié par l’institut sur son site officiel, le Maroc a gagné quatre rangs par rapport à l’année dernière, qui se classait au 101e rang mondial.

Le rapport note que le Maroc a réalisé de meilleures performances en matière de sûreté et de sécurité, mais qu’il a obtenu un résultat médiocre en matière de capital social.

Le rapport indique que le Maroc est la cinquième plus grande économie du continent africain et la quatrième en termes d’investissements directs étrangers, il a attiré 3,2 milliards d’euros en 2015. Le rapport estime que le Maroc a des chances d’atteindre les plus hauts niveaux de qualité.

La Norvège arrive en tête, suivie par la Nouvelle-Zélande, la Finlande, la Suisse et la Suède, les Pays-Bas se classant au sixième rang, le Danemark au septième rang, suivi par le Canada, l’Australie et le Royaume-Uni. Alors que les États-Unis se classent au 18e rang et la France au 19e rang.

Parmi les pays arabes, les Émirats arabes unis se sont classés au premier rang du 39e rang arabe, suivis du Qatar avec la 47e place à l’échelle internationale, Bahreïn classé 62e, Oman 73e et Arabie saoudite 78e.

Posted by Selma El Menyar in Afrique du Nord
We Love Multi-Function Products, Guide for Travellers

We Love Multi-Function Products, Guide for Travellers

I love to travel and I hate carrying a lot of things! That’s why I am always on the lookout for items which have multi-function. Today, I was doing a bit of browsing and saw this post with all the Multi-Function Items You Should Never Travel Without. The post is more than 7 years old, but is still very useful. So, which ones do you need to pack?

Smartphone

I don’t have to explain further how SMART these smartphones are, right? Of course, you can send messages and make calls. You can use it as your clock, your notepad, your movie player and even your reliable map. Just make sure it’s fully charged. Which reminds me of the next thing you have to bring with you whenever you are travelling.

Speaking of smartphone, download an app that lets you do so many things like PeN. 

Universal Charger 

A friend of mine forgot her laptop charger when we travelled to Hong Kong a couple of years ago. Good thing I had my universal laptop charger. Otherwise, she would be missing hundreds of emails.

Credit Card Survival Tool

Such tool has a knife edge, screwdriver, ruler, can opener, 4 position wrench, and saw blade. Now, who’s ready for camping?

Wipes

Because there are areas where you can’t access clean water to wash your hands! The next best thing is to clean it with wipes.

Spare travel wallet

It’s a wallet (only bigger than the conventional ones) where you can put copies of your travel documents, spare cash, and other cards. Make sure to keep it in a very secure place – like the back of your backpack, or a secret compartment of your luggage.

Rubber bands

You can tie your hair, organize your things, or secure your eyeglasses with your trusty rubber bands.

Zip-lock bags

Keep your leftovers or maybe soiled clothes in Zip-lock bags. At least it won’t stink!

Duct Tape

Because this can solve EVERY DAMN THING!

Posted by Berniz Isla in Blog
EXPLORE A WHOLE NEW WORLD WITH THESE NEWEST DOLLS IN TOWN!

EXPLORE A WHOLE NEW WORLD WITH THESE NEWEST DOLLS IN TOWN!

Let your kids’ imagination play with these cute and whimsical dolls!

The Oddboo dolls will definitely make a statement especially now that the holidays are fast approaching!

If you’re looking for fresh gift ideas, Oddboo would be a perfect gift for your young ones. It would surely be a hit with their friends!



 

Let your kids change the doll’s looks with their cleverly stylish wardrobe. Set the mood by dressing the dolls playfully or chic; nerdy or informal!

Have a fun photoshoot session by posing with them!

Make fond memories with your kids with the Oddboo dolls today!

WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? ORDER NOW!

Upload your Oddboo dolls on PeN community! Let’s see who’s got the best look with Oddboo’s #OOTD!

  

Posted by Clarisse Javier in Blog, Others
REAL TALK: Dengvaxia and Why You Don’t Need It YET

REAL TALK: Dengvaxia and Why You Don’t Need It YET

“There are 4 types of Dengue strains and all of those were transmitted to the Dengvaxia vaccine recipients “, says a pediatric doctor from St. Lukes Hospital Bonifacio Global City in the Philippines.

The pathophysiology of the vaccine clearly implies that ‘Dengvaxia’ isn’t fit for public consumption.

The statistics of Dengue cases in the Philippines may have compelled WHO, Sanofi Pasteur and the Philppine government through its Department of Health to conduct mass testing of the vaccine mostly to public school students.

What was supposed to cure Dengue outbreaks in targeted communities have simply failed to deliver and did exactly unforthcoming- Dengvaxia gave 4 strains of Dengue viruses to the vaccine receptors as if they already had the virus for 4 times already.

As a result, the vaccine will aggravate the respondent’s condition once they get infected by the Dengue-causing mosquito.

What can ‘Dengvaxia’ recipients do? “NOTHING. Unfortunately, they need to be careful not to have the Dengue virus in their system since they cannot afford to have the consequences from the vaccine”, added the source from St. Luke’s BGC.

It was believed that Sanofi Pasteur conducted a clinical trial in the Philippines through the Department of Health with then DOH Secretary Janet Garin‘s supervision.

Clinical trials have different phases and Dengvaxia was said to be on Phase 3. It

was administered to unintentional victims who basically had zero-knowledge of what could arise after testing the vaccine on them.

The Philippine government advises the public not to panic despite the commotion that is already circling the issue.

To understand the phases of clinical testing, watch this:

http://https://www.fda.gov/ForPatients/Approvals/Drugs/ucm405622.htm#Clinical_Research_Phase_Studies

Download PULSE VIRUS TRACKER for disease surveillance purposes @ www.penchat.net

Posted by Clarisse Javier in Blog, Health, Others