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the project originally aimed to prepare local women for the impact of climate change but the women soon took charge themselves ignoring caste distinctions and the process. it's a battle for dignity and respect and a possible future without a caste system. christophe will be with you in just a moment thanks for watching. police at full speed. always shiny. but always on the move. mostly today and in the future. drive it on g.w. . every journey begins with the first step
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and every language with the first word published in the book. nico is in germany to learn german why not learn with him simple online on your mobile and free shop d w z e learning course nico speak german meetings. argentina's peso plummets to a new low as the country asks the international monetary fund to step up the pace of its payments we ask our markets correspondent how much worse things can get for emerging economies not it's also the program germany has a shortage of nurses but the answer lies in albania. this is the other business i'm crystal coble welcome argentina's peso has plummeted to a record low against the u.s.
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dollar with investors reacting to president modest so mcnamee's appeal to the international monetary fund to speed up this and bergman's from the country's fifty billion dollar credit line. mr markey says the cash is needed to ease the country's financial crisis stabilize turbulent markets and guarantee compliance with next year's financial program uncertainty over inflation and they can all make downturn and budget deficits have sent the pace of tumbling forty percent since the beginning of the year the i.m.f. has said it will reexamined its payment schedule. and argentina is having trouble keeping up its currency at the same time the turkish lira is dropping and venezuela's ball of our seems beyond repair earlier i asked our markets man paul brits in frankfurt if these scenarios are shocking investors. alarm bells are ringing not just about argentina where investors are already pulling out but more globally analysts have warned that a global emerging market crisis is becoming more likely and
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that one of the reasons of course being the ongoing trade disputes now turkey has its own dispute with the us but otherwise the conflict between the us and china where a lot of other countries are suffering from your list we can also add the indian rupee which is at it at a historic low stocks in china have been going down for three days in a row now and the news about argentina being in contact with the i.m.f. once again have not exactly helped the peso it dropped seven per cent on wednesday the largest one day drop since the currency was allowed to float in two thousand and fifteen. our correspondent paul brit's reporting from frankfurt there now fresh labor ministry figures say the german unemployment ticked up slightly in august it's in line with expectations as students and school leavers register unemployed over the summer still the number of people people looking for work remains the
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lowest in twenty seven years posing a challenge as many positions remain vacant it's an acute problem in the health care sector where there aren't enough young people choosing to work as caregivers now hospitals and nursing homes are increasingly turning to workers from abroad who are not only available but also cheaper. twenty four year old christian got souly got work as a caregiver at berlin's sherry tate hospital directly after completing his training in albania only applicants with good german language skills had a chance here at europe's biggest university clinic otherwise the paperwork on the wards would have been too difficult or how i'll go through the hole in the hospitals at home we have a different system here the documentation is more important everything has to be recorded about this or that or the organization here is a better structure than in my country office. back home christiane might not even
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have found a job the pay in germany is attractive. when you're here earns twenty two hundred euros a month net in albania it would have been a tenth of that will go for the working conditions are harder here he says with far fewer staff on the wards but he says his job in germany is a huge chance he has an open ended contract because skilled workers like him are sought after the shop it is three men facilities lack hundreds of caregivers so the director in charge of nursing hired workers from abroad initially from albania soon more will be arriving from mexico. that's not one basic condition it had to be a country that was not itself suffering from a shortage of nursing staff a body in albania surprisingly produces in trans more caregivers than it needs and that's how we got the idea. called said. mary louise a s.p. she was hired to help integrate the seventy albanians in the program. christian get
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souly has come for advise on finding a new apartment ever since he arrived last year and space has been the go to person for any problems. or we held up and take care of a lot of official things we get them health insurance open a bank account go to the company doctor get the contract signed it if i try. kristen he's not sure how long he'll stay in germany but he feels comfortable on the ward for the hospital that's a sign of the program's success in october it will bring in nursing staff from mexico. now for some more analysis that's brain i like sound of bush that he's an economist at the german economic message today research institution promoting liberal economic policies. alex one point two million positions open on the job of a market why is it so hard to fill them. you know it's especially because we have very special needs and it comes through the qualifications that people must have so
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right now we have as you said one point two million unfilled vacancies and we have two point five million unemployed but these unemployed do not have the specific skills needed for that vacancies at least not enough and according to our booming economy we have on the one hand a large demand for skilled labor and on the other hand we have a shrinking supply due to our demographic situation while they have care or sector as particularly understaffed as we've seen in that report now some argue that higher wages would help once people get the appropriate appropriate training and their company leaders who agree that higher wages would be a factor here the year agree as well so in general if you have too few people selecting their selves in the occupation then you should do anything you can to make this occupation more attractive wages are one one aspect in that nothing is working conditions and for sure in the care sector we have
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a high workload and you know you have to address this but i think politics already acknowledge that and are doing something to change that and what way how is our politicians knowledge in that issue. so for one they are they are now making the locational education that leads to that occupation more attractive in the in the past it was quite expensive and took took very long and in the same time you could study and learn my money so it's easy for young people to select something else because they can choose they are few we need them and every occupation has to be attractive to have people selecting themselves in and it's not only the caste sector the care sector is very much affected but it's also traditional crafts like plumbers and construction we have. like and technicians like electricians or anyone is
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a skilled worker with metal all synthetics it's not only i.t. and engineering anymore it's very very much about the non academic skilled workers which we desperately need and this is going to become very much more now if employers are turning to these skilled workers that come in from foreign countries do you see the risk that we've been poaching the best and the brightest from countries that need them themselves. you know especially for the or european partner countries we should not make this a brain drain because that wouldn't be supportive for the e.u. itself so we have to focus on non european states with a good demographic situation and this is what is actually done now in germany because legislature lation as changing to what's them and i can just encourage everyone from abroad to do some steps killed to have a look at make it in germany dot com because there you find everything you need to come here and work for alexander we have to leave it there of the german economic
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and sitter thank you so much. it's been a year of droughts across the globe and australia is no exception right now the land down under is suffering from the worst a dry spell in living memory last stark need two things feed and water flows are big challenges these days feed crops are withering forcing farmers to buy feed from elsewhere or use up emergency reserves and with water supplies drying up farmers often have to resort to culling their herds. australian farmer richard ogle b. is using he donated by relatives to feed his cattle during australia's worst drought in living memory ogleby expects to lose over one hundred twenty five thousand euros this year after as he runs out in six weeks he doesn't know what will happen next we've gone from twelve hundred calles and down to six hundred we've put in pumping systems to get trough water so that when the dame's go
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draw the cattle of goat alternative sources of water and ollie's things that we've done to to hold co saif goddess off to get it straight out hasn't has helped us but in the long run will will not sustain us if it doesn't run. farmers have described this season as the worst drought they've ever seen and it's the livestock that are suffering the most. in better times the. property is three deep it's now been empty for three months decimating his wheat and barley crop. all thirteen hundred sheep have to be fed with grain and solder and transported from other parts of the country. waste they're going to have to face another model states rights any why because you know we're still getting frost here it's not warming up real quick. you know.
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that's just another burden. on. the australian government pledged an eight hundred million crease in funding for drugs like the farmers in addition to the three hundred sixty million euros of assistance previously announced but what farmers like need the most is some long awaited rain. that's if you're up to date with the latest from the world of business. thanks will.
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