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Transcript: marcopolo/mongols.htm Fur coats the mongol Sabre was given to all soldiers in he army. it was simply one-handed curved blade Breastplate links end the composite bow spears and lances were given to low class solders and could be thrown on horse back or on foot they could also be used to impale enemies while riding mongol weapons: arrows Genghis Khan was born as Temüjin. He was the founder and Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, which became the largest contiguous empire in history after his demise. He came to power by uniting many of the nomadic tribes of northeast Asia. Genghis Khan died in 1227. His death was unknown till to this day. Some say he was killed from injuries and disease. Between 1206 and 1368, a group of central asian exploded across steepes and created the world's largest contiguous Empire in history known as the Mongol Empire. only wealthy and stature warriors could afford a halberd. a halberd is a 6 foot tall pole that has 2 sided blades. the halberd could be used on a horse to swing at foot soldiers on the ground one swipe could take out many enemies at once mongol armor Shield Mongols used small and lightweight shields that were made of wound wickers covered by leather. It looks weak, but it can block arrows, swords, and knives. It was easy to use so that the warriors could use a shield while holding a sword. Kublai Khan is the son of Genghis khan. When Genghis died, Kublai became Great Khan with less Khans ruling small potions of the empire. mongol weapons: spears and lances the mongols most useful weapon was the horse they domesticated horses around 1206 A.D. at an early age a warrior would train the horses hunting and herding them. when the warrior turned 15 they would join the army a soldier was given 4 to 7 horses they would alternate between horses so they would always be ready for battle The Mongol Empire The Mongols were a nomadic group of people the were not ordinary warriors they had superior horsemanship and unique military tactics. It took a visionary man named Genghis Khan to unite the tribes together to form a very powerful army and the biggest land empire the world has ever known The Mongols concurred lots of land but unlike lots of other concurs they were in it for not rule and power but for money the mongols didn't care what the people did they just wanted money A Mongolian breastplate consisted of leather that was covered by lacquer that make a protective coating on it. The Mongolian breastplate were light, so that allowed easier movement and faster travel. Under the breastplate, the warrior had silk for protective garnet. did you find them all?? answers to the hidden images Kublai Khan When the weather got cold, Mongol warriors wore fur coats for warmth. The coats were made from animals that were hunted down. The coats went down to their legs and were made by the warrior's wife. This is Genghis Khan -> there are 11 hidden images in this PowerPoint can you find them the mongols had 3 different arrows one was for fighting it had an iron head and could go up to 200 meters another was a v shaped tip was used for piercing through the skin and the last was an arrow with a hole in it making a whistling sound to indicate in which direction to charge Mongolian helmets were made out of iron, the top part, and leather, covers the neck and ears. Since Mongolia was a cold place, a fur hat that came with ear flaps was useful. The inner part of the helmet was outlined with fur. Some of the helmets had pointed tops that had a tail that was made from horse's hair. the mongol weapons: halberds mongol weapons: mongol Sabre Mongol Empire mongol weapons: horses the mongols composite bow was used for warfare and hunting the bows were made of birch,sinew and horns of a sheep Who is Genghis Khan?

Global Health Policy PowerPoint

Transcript: The Health Care Policy of Ireland The Irish Health System Geopolitical Environment Geopolitical Environment The 2019 population estimate for Ireland is 4.88 million people (this includes both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland) About 2/3 of the population live in urban areas of the country, with Dublin being the largest city in the Republic of Ireland Ireland is the 3rd largest island in Europe The Republic of Ireland covers 5/6 of the island and Northern Ireland, part of the UK, covers the remaining land A largely European demographic- Ireland has been inhabited for 9,000 years… within the recent 1,200 years Ireland is made up of Viking, Welsh, Normans, Scottish, English, African, Eastern Europeans and South American descent Gaelic and Celtic influences dominate the Irish culture About 80% of the Republic of Ireland is Roman Catholic. There is a small and growing Muslim population and Jewish population. Protestant religion is dominant in Northern Ireland The Republic of Ireland is a parliamentary democracy with a President that is elected by the people every 7 years; with the Irish Parliament separated into two houses the Dail and the Seanad Eireann, acting as checks and balances of power Irish economy is booming with rising wages and almost zero unemployment rate, major industry include technology, life sciences and finance Ireland has one of the youngest populations in Europe who are highly educated; Ireland’s education system is ranked in the top 10 on a global scale Healthcare in Ireland is... A complex healthcare system operating as a Universal Healthcare System with Private health insurance available The Public Health System is free and is funded by taxes The population is covered 100% by state coverage 37% is covered for free with a Medical Card 9% of the population can file for a GP Card which allows free Doctor visits About 40% of residents opt for private health insurance due to long wait times and fees Health Statistics Similarities Similar to U.S.? U.S. and Ireland 1. Both countries have not achieved a completely universal health care system 2.Private health insurance companies are involved in both health care systems creating competition and diversifying the health care market 3.Both countries are facing reform measures to meet the needs of their populations 4. The Medical Card in Ireland is similar to Medicaid in the States Differences Differences to U.S.? The U.S and Ireland 1. The U.S. government is not as involved in the healthcare system, allowing insurance groups to act in a market based economy 2. The Irish government is very involved in its health care system and is at the forefront for its changes, it is continuing to strive for a universal health care system 3. Access to care regarding wait times for doctor visits is not as long in the States than in Ireland Leading cause of death Ischemic heart disease, Alzheimer’s, and Stroke Common health problems causing disability include lower back pain, headache disorders, depression, diabetes, COPD Under five mortality rate is 3.4 per 1,000 live births Life expectancy is 80 for males and 83.7 for females Health Statistics Health care and Financing Financial Aspect Primarily funded by the Irish Government through taxes Ireland has extended free general practice care to the youngest and oldest of the population A wholly universal healthcare system is limited by financial constraints of the government The Irish health care system might be more favorable for those who can access a Medical Card If an individual qualifies for a Medical Card almost all the services are free (depends on salary, childcare, or rent/mortgage) If an individual does not qualify for a medical card then he has to pay for GP visit, hospitalization, and medications at a subsidized rate Just above the threshold for a Medical Card is the GP Visit card which is the same application- and gives an individual access to free doctors visits Financial Aspect continued In the year 2000 data shows that there were 12,933 health care employees Peak at year 2007 with 28,470 health care employees More recently in 2017 with 24,714 health care employees In 2017 research shows curative/rehabilitation care is the major area where health care expenditure is direction (11.81 billion Euro) Workforce Supply and Demand Nursing is self regulated in Ireland by the An Bord Altranais The board was established in 1950 under the Nurses Act and was updated later on to the 1985 revision to this day There was over 82,000 nurses registered in 2006 as opposed to 65,000 in 2019 Ireland is experiencing a nursing shortage Yet Irish hospitals are spending thousands overseas in recruitment acts while many qualified nurses from the US are being rejected Education Secondary or High School is required to apply to a nursing program Nursing programs include 4 year specialty programs like Children’s and General, General Nursing, Intellectual Disability Nursing, Midwifery, and Psychiatric Nursing Further

Global Trade Mission Powerpoint

Transcript: SAHAYAKA ROBOTICS Competition Our Basic package Aimed towards low income families Primarily rural villages Premium $1,500 Machine Error or Malfunction What sets Sahayaka apart is that our company focuses on building the robots for commercial use. Nextsapiens build robots for a better understanding of robotics and machinery. Competition VP of Global Finance - Boomer Logan Operation Each Sahayaka robot is powered by small transparent solar panels that attach to the outer layer of the robot. These panels absorb ambient light and charge a battery. The Market Sahayaka Robotics Group Ultimate $2,250 Capital Why Invest ? Innovative Eco Friendly Family Centered VP of Product Development - Zilphia Martin IV Our Product Our Ultimate package Luxury bot Aimed towards the upper class Delhi and Mumbai elite The money that we are asking for will be repaid within a three year period. We are going to use the investment for the production of more units, in order to start producting units fit for home use. India In the absense of light, the Sahayaka robot will be able to use its battery as a power source in order to continue operation. What can we do for YOU? VP of Supply Chain Management - Deena Astephan There are other companies already inside India: Fanuc ABB These companies are our competition, but are not building robots that will compete with our exact model. These companies focus more on manufacturing robotics. Sahayaka Robotics Overview VP of Sales and Marketing - Mukund Mohan सहायक Sahāyaka Robotics Signal Latency Conclusion सहायक Financial Snapshot The Premium package Aimed more towards the middle class Two parent working households Urban cities and large towns -All of our robots will be built the same, but will be programmed differently according to the different price packages -Sahayaka Basic: Medical -Sahayaka Premium Medical Companion -Sahayaka Ultimate Medical Companion Domestic Support Our main competition comes from a company called Nextsapiens. Initial Investment 2 ,000,000 dollars total Each contributed $500,000 for our manufacturing plant. We strive to help people with their lives for the social good. We aim to help our consumers acheive a higher quality of life. We are finishing development and will soon start manufacturing. We are planning to sell to individual households and have a contract to build 500 bots for Apollo Hospitals in Chennai, India espected to start within the next six months. Capital Nextsapiens is a company that is on the cutting edge of research and development of robots. Risk & Opportunity We are asking for $1,000,000 Basic $750 Market Continued Easy Sync and integrated apps for smart phones Product Continued... Virtually Limitless Market Booming Middle Class Rich will swell to 23 million in the next decade Income levels expected to triple There are huge amounts of buying power within both the middle and upper classes The middle class is one of the largest parts of India's Economy It is projected to grow from about 50 million people to about 600 million people. Confidentiality On top of the $1,000,000 we are spending on manufacturing we will be spending about $500,000 on personnel, and distribution costs annually We project to make around $2,000,000 in activation and subscription cost We expect to make around $500,000 anually to pay back your investment The 4 P's Place Product Price Promotion

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