Today the wall fell to unite the two regions of Germany, but the big wall has not yet fallen into economics and society. Homeland unification and progress must go beyond political ideologies.
The last day of October has been established since 1924 as World Savings Day as a reminder of the establishment of the International Institute of Postal Savings in Milan. Italian Professor Filippo Ravizza made that day a declaration to promote the concept of saving worldwide. Savings banks, which supported schools, the clergy, as well as cultural sports, professional and women’s cooperatives, also cooperated in this effort. In the years 1955-1970, it reached its climax.
Nowadays, the goal of banks organizing World Savings Day is mainly focused on developing countries where people do not have access to bank benefits. Savings banks play an important role in boosting savings in these countries through specific campaigns and initiatives, such as working with non-governmental organizations to double the number of savings accounts held by the unpreveleged.
Saving makes it possible for households to cope with the most pressing needs of our day, such as health and education. In fact, savings do not relate to the management of income surplus, but to the proper management of income.
International Orthopaedic Nurses Day is celebrated by the orthopaedic nurses around the world on October 30. This celebration was started back in 1990 and it was presented by Senator Carl Levin to then-President George H. W. Bush.
Ortopaedic nurses play an important role in recovery from musculoskeletal diseases and traumas. They provide patients with professional and competent care and they are responsible for different procedures, including removing stitches, installation of orthoses, installation and removal of splints etc.
The first celebration was supported by The National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses and it was held in Michigan. Later this tradition spread across America. Since 2001 it is organised on international level.
The International girls day is celebrated for the following reasons:
To reflect the successful emergence of girls in different fields
To raise voice against the girl child violence
To promote education, nutrition, legal rights and medical care for girls
To promote girls empowerment
To raise voice against girl child marriage, discrimination, etc