Monthly Archives: September 2021

How has COVID-19 derailed the fight against diseases of poverty?

By Imraan Valodia, Dean of the Faculty of Business, Law and Management and Director of the Southern Center for Inequality Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand The COVID-19 pandemic has worsened global inequalities. The world’s poor have borne the brunt of national lockdowns and will struggle to recover, and …

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Opinion: cancer survivor denounces “toxic positivity”

Six years later, Bowler is the author of a remarkable and earth-shattering new book, filled with the wisdom she gained during this heartbreaking journey. In “No Cure for Being Human (And Other Truths I Need to Hear)”, she reflects on the epidemic of denial that causes so many of us …

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Luna Community College and Mesalands Community College Announce Interest in Collaborative Shared Services for Higher Education | KAMR

SANTA FE, NM (KAMR / KCIT) – Two more colleges in New Mexico have announced their interest in joining the Collaborative for Higher Education Shared Services, or CHESS. Luna Community College in Las Vegas, NM, and Mesalands Community College, in Tucumcari, are exploring the possibility of joining the nonprofit, CHESS …

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Kenya Moore on Dancing with the Stars, Split: RHOA

Bravo Insider Exclusivity! Create a free profile to get unlimited access to exclusive videos, sweepstakes and more! Register for free to view Kenya Moore has faced its fair share of ups and downs over the years, including her recent divorce from Marc Daly, with whom she shares her 2-year-old daughter, …

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Owner / breeder Miller brings Covid vaccine to Africa

Where others see insurmountable challenges, Johnathan Miller sees opportunities. This is what led him to serve as president of the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation, where he worked to help cut the slaughter pipeline and provide a safe and humane retirement to hundreds of equine retirees. That is why, in 2004, he …

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The voice of the community:

Our small town of Rohnert Park experienced a tragedy last week that no one wants to experience. Condolences to the family during their period of mourning. Suicide is the second leading cause of death among young people aged 10 to 19 in the United States, and rates of youth suicide …

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Downstream Ramblings: the heart and soul of the community | New

COCHRANTON – Traces of yellow and orange have started to appear on the trees, an unofficial announcement that fall is upon us. This annual event will soon reflect the magnificent transformation of the landscape. Few of us are not eager to enjoy these customs associated with the fall harvest. Before …

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Half of Kenya’s unemployed give up looking for work

Economy Half of Kenya’s unemployed give up looking for work Thursday, September 30, 2021 Graduates line up for job interviews. PHOTO FILE | NMG By CHARLES MWANIKIMore from this author Summary The majority of those who left employment are aged 20 to 24 with 363,018, followed by 25-29 with 232,146. …

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Biden Appoints Global HIV / AIDS Coordinator, Adds Members To Team

WASHINGTON – With the goal of defeating HIV by 2025 nationally and pledging to redouble efforts to fight the disease globally, President Joe Biden has put in place officials to make that happen. The White House kicked off the week with the announcement that John Nkengasong, who was a senior …

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Where you will – and will not – need to show proof of vaccination in PEI.

Prince Edward Island’s Vax Pass policy goes into effect on October 5, which means some businesses, services and events are required to verify a person’s proof of vaccination to gain access to their location or facility. their environment. Children under 12 are exempt as they are not currently eligible to …

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Veterans Stand Down begins accepting donations from the community

SANTA MARIA, California – With the 9e The annual Santa Barbara County Veterans’ Event is just around the corner, organizers began accepting donations from the community on Wednesday. The first of three planned community drop-offs takes place at the Santa Maria Fairpark from noon to 2 p.m. The Veterans Stand …

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Asians entering Kenya are not tourists – Government changes tone

The government has changed its mind about the large number of Asian nationals who have been spotted in Kenya in recent weeks. In a statement on Wednesday, September 29, Senior Home Secretary Karanja Kibicho explained videos circulating online showing large numbers of Asian nationals being transported to urban areas with …

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UConn health researcher focuses on improved protection for N95 mask

UConn Health researcher and biomedical engineering faculty member Dr. Changchun Liu, together with a researcher from the University of Nevada in Las Vegas, received an R21 award from the National Institute of Health (NIH) for his project “Durable Self-cleaning N95 Respirators with Fluorinated Graphene Oxide Coating.” Liu’s lab is developing …

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Haryana Agricultural University organizes online professional training for mushroom production: La Tribune India

Hisar: Saina Nehwal Institute of Agricultural Technology, Training and Education of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (HAU) Hisar held an online professional training for mushroom production which ended here on Monday. No less than 41 trainees from Haryana, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan and Punjab participated in the training. …

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West Virginia Northern Community College Navigating COVID-19 Response | News, Sports, Jobs

Six weeks into the fall semester, officials at West Virginia Northern Community College say its campuses are effectively coping with the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, including the delta variant outbreak. So far, the college has only experienced nine COVID infections of what it believes to be the delta variant. The vaccination …

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Why Kenya can’t afford the economic disruption of 22 polls

Ideas & Debate Why Kenya can’t afford the economic disruption of 22 polls Wednesday, September 29, 2021 By GEORGE WACHIRAMore from this author Summary The past election seasons have especially disappointed many for the socio-economic disruptions they cause, especially for businesses and investments. They interrupt critical attention to national development, …

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CM resolves issues during Jandarshan Yatra from Jhirnaya to Bhikangaon

Bhikangaon (Madhya Pradesh): Under Jandarshan Yatra, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan toured from Jhirnaya to Bhikangaon. He announced many development works and assured that he will ensure the overall development of the area. He said those who were excluded from the 2011 survey will be covered by Awas Plus Yojana …

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Franklin Community Health Network offering driving flu clinics

Contact: Jill Gray, Director of Communications and Public Affairs, 207-779-2555 Farmington, Maine – Franklin Community Health Network offers drive-in flu clinics in October for community members 18 and older on the Franklin Memorial Hospital campus. No appointment is required. Staff will meet people outside in a tent. Everyone present is …

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Kenya unable to deploy Pfizer Jabs due to lack of appropriate syringes

Ten days after Kenya received its first shipment of 795,600 doses of Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine donated by the United States, the Department of Health admitted it was unable to administer the vaccine in due to the lack of special syringes. The ministry, while ruling out the option to purchase the …

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CHAPMAN: Biden adopts new strategy to curb overdose deaths

Steve Chapman writes for the Chicago Tribune in addition to being a union columnist. A deadly plague continues to rage across America, and neither vaccines, face masks nor herd immunity can stop it. The drug overdose death epidemic has claimed more lives than COVID-19 and is more intractable. But the …

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Nucleus Software PaySe Passes RBI Regulatory Sandbox

Read the article Nucleus Software, the leading provider of lending and banking software solutions to major global financial companies, announced that its offline retail payment product, PaySe, has been successfully evaluated by RBI as part of the Regulatory Cohort Sandbox with “retail payment” as the theme. PaySe is an online …

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Columbus Crew and football organizations team up to make an impact in the Latino community

COLUMBUS (WCMH) – An international partnership that will have a lasting impact in the community is the goal that players and organizations from one of the world’s greatest sports have in mind for a local group. The Campeones Cup, a special match between the Columbus Crew and Cruz Azul, kicks …

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CF Montreal midfielder Victor Wanyama ends international career with Kenya

MONTREAL – FC Montreal midfielder Victor Wanyama, former captain of Kenya, is retiring from international football. Wanyama made his senior debut in 2007 at the age of 15. He went on to score seven goals in 56 games for the Kenyan national team. MONTREAL – FC Montreal midfielder Victor Wanyama, …

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Understanding the medical needs associated with transgender health

Fenway Health, based in Boston, is a community-based health care organization with a 50-year focus on equitable and accessible health care, supportive services, as well as research and education. Fenway focuses on LGBTQIA + people, BIPOC individuals and other underserved communities. The organization, Fenway Institute, is hosting its 7th annual …

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Digital Employee Experience Leader 1E Appoints Mark Banfield As Managing Director To Meet Market Demand And Lead Company Growth

LONDON, September 27, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – 1E, the leader in Digital Employee Experience (DEX) currently managing over 11 million devices, today announced the appointment of Mark Banfield as CEO. With the addition of a new Chief Revenue Officer and Chief Strategy Officer, 1E is poised to grow in the …

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BGSU, Community Partners to Help Grade 5 Students Study and Preserve Natural Habitats | New

Bowling Green State University partners with community partners to help fifth-grade students at Bowling Green City schools study and preserve natural habitats with the first-ever BioBlitz BG from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in Wintergarden Park . The free environment-focused event will teach Bowling Green grade five students how …

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Kenya: Young Kenyan Scientists Get 9 Million Shillings Boost With Blaze By Safaricom

Nairobi – Young Scientists Kenya (YSK) received a 9 million shillings boost from BLAZE by Safaricom ahead of its 4th annual national science and technology exhibition for high school students. This year’s exhibition will run virtually October 5-8, 2021 and follows a successful online adaptation of YSK’s outreach and mentorship …

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The United States has enough COVID-19 vaccines for child booster and injections

The robust supply in the United States allowed President Joe Biden this week to pledge an additional 500 million doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 to be shared with the world, doubling the United States’ global contribution. Aid groups and health organizations have pushed the United States and other countries to improve …

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One year after Hurricane Sally, Orange Beach family repay community kindness

ORANGE BEACH, Alabama (WKRG) – Families on the Gulf Coast are still recovering from the devastation caused by Hurricane Sally. Two Orange Beach families lost their homes in a massive fire just hours after the storm hit. One of these houses belonged to Jack Rayborn. “It was something else, yeah,” …

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District: Rose District Creates Urban Lifestyle for Residents of Broken Arrow | Tulsa World Magazine

The Rose District began to take shape about a decade ago and quickly exceeded expectations, receiving national recognition by USA Today in 2018. Its name is a nod to the first half-century of Broken Arrow, when it presented itself as “the city of roses and sparkling spring. water ”, and …

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Poor charcoal production techniques fuel tree cutting in Kenya

Prosopis charcoal in Kibera, Nairobi – Kenya. CIFOR / Axel Fassio The use of inefficient charcoal production methods accelerates the cutting of trees in Kenya by charcoal producers, as it remains a key energy source in the country. A new to study conducted by scientists from the Center for International …

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California to ban state sponsored travel to Ohio due to recent law allowing medical providers to deny care to LGBTQ people in Ohio

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Starting this week, California will limit state-funded travel to Ohio due to the Ohio biennial budget provision passed July 1 that allows state medical providers to deny care to LGBTQ patients. The ban begins Sept. 30, according to a press release from California Attorney General Rob Bonta. …

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Essential workers honored by NYS Justice Center for outstanding service during pandemic – Saratogian

ALBANY, NY – The Justice Center for the Protection of Persons with Special Needs has announced the recipients of its Code of Conduct and Champion Award for 2021. These awards honor individuals and organizations who have worked tirelessly not only to improve the lives of people under the jurisdiction of …

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Great Fish Community Challenge Sets New Fundraising Record

The Whitefish Community Foundation (WCF) announced last week that its Great Fish Community Challenge, an annual campaign to benefit local nonprofits, has raised more than $ 3.6 million. “It has been so exciting to see many charities raising $ 80,000 or more to support their programs through this platform,” said …

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Kenya risks losing democratic gains, Siaya lawmakers warn

Kenya risks losing its democratic gains if Kenyans are tricked into voting for leaders accustomed to siding with former repressive regimes, six lawmakers in Siaya have warned. Lawmakers, led by Sen. Siaya James Orengo and East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) member Dr Oburu Odinga, said the country’s accelerated development and …

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Black AIDS Institute appoints Toni Newman interim CEO

LOS ANGELES – In a sad announcement, the leadership of the Unity Fellowship Church Movement announced the death of its founder, Archbishop Carl Bean on Tuesday. Since its founding in South Los Angeles in 1982, the denomination has had open arms and embraced Black LGBTQ Angelenos and many members of …

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Church Courts, Employment Services Promote Time Autonomy | News, Sports, Jobs

An associate at the new Deseret Industries in Houston, Texas, assists customers on April 15, 2021. (Intellectual courtesy Reserves) Deseret Industries employee Vivian Sapkin (left) receives instructions from Ben Maradiaga, director of Sugarhouse DI, and Christy Peterson, director of Sugarhouse ERC. (Courtesy of Intellectual Reserves) Angelia Call, center, meets with …

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Prince William County Police Department Hosts Inaugural Community Fair to Recruit and Connect with Residents | WDVM25 and DCW50

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Va. (WDVM) – Law enforcement and residents of Prince William County gathered for the first “Community Fair,” hosted by the County Police Department on Saturday. “It started out as a ‘Let’s do a recruiting event’ and it led to, ‘Let’s get the entities out of Prince William …

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Mudavadi dismisses scammer account and urges Kenyans to work hard

ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi has once again dismissed the scammers’ narrative urging Kenyans to work hard for a living, citing that glorifying poverty in the name of a nation of scammers is a negative approach to achieving a prosperous nation. Speaking when he attended the burial ceremony of the …

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HIV: building relationships with patients

Grace McComsey, MD, FIDSA: Tavell, how do you support your patients? Obviously have HIV [human immunodeficiency virus] as a patient becomes more complicated. How can you support these people? Some of our patients come to see us and see the clinic as a great support in their lives. They may …

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As mountain springs dry up, Uttarkashi women bring traditional chal-khals to life

Water gushes out in small amounts in these mountain villages and runs out quickly as the villagers use it for daily chores and to provide for their livestock. These natural sources were not enough for the 300 families of the village of Patara who have around 275 animals. Pooja Rana, …

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City’s Efforts and University Grant Bring New Life to Rural Community Center | New

The Little Ax Community Center received many improvements and developments this year that county and city officials said were desperately needed in a rural part of Cleveland County. Located at 1000 168th Ave NE, Little Ax’s Center provides residents of Cleveland County east of Thunderbird Lake with recreational and educational …

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Kenya Donaldson and John deVille: Termites, sewer flies and molds .. in our schools | Chroniclers

An educator from Chapel Hill said elementary school water was undrinkable and loaded with heavy metals. A Wayne County teacher said termite and bee infestations had driven teachers from their high school classes. Near the famous Pinehurst Golf Resort, a Moore County teacher said her local high school is deteriorating …

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Defending the public good through two major pandemics

Colombia News sat down with Dean Dr. Linda P. Fried as Columbia Mailman’s centennial celebrations began. A pioneer in the science of aging, Fried teaches a course called “(Your) Longer Life” which is part of a public health concentration she designed for undergraduates at Barnard and Columbia. Fried is DeLamar …

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Creating Safe Spaces for Youth in Eagle County

My Future Pathways is just a community organization that works to build safe spaces for the county’s youth.My Future Pathways / Courtesy photo Children and teens are currently facing a mental health crisis in Eagle County. For students struggling with anxiety, depression, isolation, stress, social pressures, and more, the value …

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K-12, community college students can ride the subway for free starting November 1 – CBS Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Beginning at the end of the year, K-12 and community college students in Los Angeles County will be able to use public transportation for free under a new curriculum approved Thursday. The LA County Metropolitan Transit Authority Board of Directors has given final approval to a …

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Kenya Film Board bans gay documentary, calling it an “affront”

NAIROBI, September 24 (Reuters) – Kenya has banned a documentary about a Kenyan gay man’s struggle to be accepted by his family and his country, saying it was blasphemy and an affront to constitution. The Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) on Thursday announced a ban on the exhibition, distribution, possession …

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Same day test at an STD clinic

If you are 16 and over, you can independently take an STD test at Lubbock. The city has many STD clinics that you can go to for your tests. It’s true that people had stigmatized the word “STD” so much that there was a time when it wasn’t even normal …

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Launch of the free “Virtual YMCA” to help the community improve their outfit and immunity from a distance

Posted: Sep 23, 2021 / 8:45 p.m. EDT / Update: Sep 23, 2021 / 8:45 p.m. EDT FORT WAYNE, Indiana (WANE) – The YMCA of Greater Fort Wayne has launched a new YMCA virtual platform to support the health and well-being of children, adults and families in the area. The …

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HIV and sexual activity should be part of conversations with older patients, experts say

September 23, 2021 3 minutes to read Source / Disclosures Disclosures: Volberding reports that he chaired a data and security oversight committee for Merck and was a consultant for Gilead Sciences. ADD A SUBJECT TO E-MAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are posted on Please provide your email …

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Storrs Library book sale returns to Longmeadow

LONGMEADOW – The popular annual Friends of Storrs Library Book Sale is back, after a one-year hiatus due to COVID-19. The sale will take place inside the Cottage behind the library from October 1 to 3 and will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, …

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Lauren London co-stars opposite Jonah Hill in untitled Kenya Barris comedy – deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Lauren London is set to join Jonah Hill in a new untitled Netflix comedy directed by Kenya Barris. Sam Jay and Molly Gordon also join the cast. They join a cast that includes Hill, Eddie Murphy and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Barris and Hill co-wrote the screenplay. The film follows a …

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Hispanic Heritage Month: Priest welcomed community with church as vaccination site

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – Father Rafael Pereira serves a faith community in Las Vegas of about 500 members. “Most are from Mexico, South America, Central America, many Hispanics, and some were born here in the United States,” says Pereira, the priest in charge of All Saints Episcopal Church. When the …

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Netflix tries to woo Kenyans with a free mobile plan – Quartz Africa

Netflix has launched a free plan for Android mobile phone users in Kenya with the aim of getting more subscribers in the East African market. In an announcement on its website, the streaming giant claims he hope people will try the service, then upgrade to a paid plan. “If you’ve …

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Feeling lonely during the holidays or the holiday season? Here’s how to deal with it | Health

Loneliness and seasonal affective disorder pose real threats to the emotional state of mind, especially when people cannot physically see their families. The holiday season, in general, can be a time of solitude for those celebrating alone. This year, however, has brought an additional hurdle due to the uncertainty of …

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Newberg Community Testifies to School District Ban on Pride and BLM Symbols

On Wednesday evening, members of the Newberg school board heard testimony from nearly 50 residents and students, all weighing on the board’s ban on political symbols, which Vice President Brian Shannon introduced over the summer for the purpose of preventing teachers from displaying Pride and Black Lives Matter flags and …

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COVID-19 causes major disruption in global HIV progress

September 22, 2021 – From testing to treatment, the COVID-19 pandemic has hampered global HIV efforts. “We have been slowed down by COVID, but we have seen remarkable resilience, a lot of innovation and creativity,” said Siobhan Crowley MD, head of HIV at the Global Fund. “If you consider that …

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i-On-Africa LiveCast: South Africa and Kenya report

i-On-Africa LiveCast: South Africa and Kenya reportIn lineSeptember 29, 2021 (12:30 p.m. GMT) In this upcoming LiveCast episode, ID4Africa will present two impressive segments, the first of which will feature a one-on-one chat with acclaimed identity expert Dr Joseph Atick and Liv Nordhaug of Digital Public Goods Alliance and Norad. …

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Newsom signs bill protecting LGBTQ patient health care privacy

In a bill signing ceremony Wednesday focused on legislation to strengthen reproductive health services in California, Gov. Gavin Newsom also signed a law that protects the privacy of health care for LGBTQ and other patients. Assembly Bill 1184 ensures that the privacy rights of people receiving sensitive health services, such …

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CLUES Work Improves Access to Safe, Affordable Housing for Minnesota’s Latinx Community

At best, a tenant is somewhat at the mercy of their landlord. But when the tenant is undocumented, the power imbalance can be disastrous, explains Ruby Azurdia-Lee, president of Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio (CLUES), a nonprofit organization that promotes economic equity and the well-being of Latinxes living in Minnesota, …

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John Nkengasong, Africa CDC, to lead PEPFAR

“He is a very strong public health leader with many years of experience and would bring great connectivity to African leaders and community partners,” said Dr Chris Beyrer, professor of public health and human rights at Johns. Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. . (Dr Beyrer was on a shortlist …

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Community Profile: Ashley Sine | New

Ashley Sine has worked for the McKinney Education Foundation since 2007 and is currently its Executive Director. How did you become a member of the McKinney Education Foundation? After college, I worked for a company specializing in fundraising for educational foundations in Texas, Kansas, and Missouri. The Texas office was …

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Records from Lake Magadi, Kenya, suggest environmental variability due to changes in Earth’s orbit

Deocampo and his colleagues collect samples from the Lake Magadi drill core at the National Lacustrine Core Facility. Photo credit Hominin Sites and Paleolakes Drilling Project. Credit: Photo credit Hominin Sites and Paleolakes Drilling Project. The Rift Valley lakes in East Africa range from freshwater systems to highly alkaline systems …

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LGBTQ + veterans dishonorably dismissed for their sexual orientation to get full benefits

WASHINGTON – LGBTQ veterans who have received non-honorable leave from the U.S. military because of their sexual orientation are eligible to receive full benefits, the Department of Veterans Affairs said on Monday. “LGBTQ + veterans are no less worthy of the care and services that all veterans gain through their …

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Union MoS Power concludes two-day visit to Rajouri

The two-day visit of Union Minister of State, Energy and Industry Sh Krishan Pal Gurjar as part of the public awareness initiative to JK UT concluded today ‘ hui here at Rajouri. During the 2nd stage of his tour, the Minister distributed four motorized tricycles among specially disabled people and …

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Kenya: two lawsuits over fuel price hikes amid public outcry

Nairobi – Two Kenyans have taken the courts to challenge the recent rise in fuel prices, arguing the decision was reckless and ignored the tough economic times ordinary citizens are going through. The two petitioners Isaiah Odando and Wilson Yata want the decision of the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) to …

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California schools prepare to welcome thousands of Afghan refugee students

District services for Afghan refugees have increased with their numbers. The neighborhood has opened two reception centers for refugees, but Levasseur would like to open two more. At the center, families can enroll students in school, get referrals for social services, or find tutoring help. District staff also help parents …

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Now plan for long-term care costs later

Ninety percent of Washingtonians have no private insurance for long-term care, but about 70% of people over 65 will need it. Washington’s long-term care system will be hit even harder by the “age wave” that will double the population of 85 and over by 2050. This means that we have …

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Plants from South Korea and Kenya take root in Colorado Springs Community Garden | Cheyenne Edition

Amaranth, nontoxic nightshade, mu Asian radish, purple kernel corn, cowpea, and bitter melon are not typically found in American gardens. But these cultures native to other countries are staple foods for some growers who rent plots at the Charmaine Nymann Community Garden in Bear Creek Regional Park in the western …

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Coping with the pandemic: More people seek mental health care, while providers face capacity challenges

CLEVELAND, Ohio – For nearly 20 months, we’ve been through the peaks and troughs of the coronavirus pandemic. Long periods of isolation and loss eventually gave way to a period of hope – only for the Delta variant to rekindle our anxieties, plunging us into a dark new season that …

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Artist Bashezo uplifts people in the queer and trans community

Words were never enough for the bashezo, so they started working with their hands. The genre was limiting, so they found new ways to express their identity beyond the restrictions of the binary. “I would say [I] I felt really contained and confined, I felt like a stranger in my …

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Kapili defines the role of Pandemic Act in occupational safety

GORETHY KENNETH REPORTS The COVID-19 pandemic is not the result of the work, a government official said. Labor and Industrial Relations Minister Tomait Kapili (pictured) said COVID-19 is a disease outside of work, which has been triggered by other health factors, similar to tuberculosis, cancer, HIV / AIDS and should …

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Adult community choir hosted in Nacogdoches

NACOGDOCHES, Texas (KTRE) – For many years, some residents of Nacogdoches wanted a way to express themselves musically. In order to help fulfill this desire, Stone Fort Chorale was born as an adult community choir that welcomes musicians of all levels to practice at First United Methodist Church. Director Tod …

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Michiganians march again at Motor City Pride after hiatus

Detroit – For over a year, Arleta Greer hasn’t been able to do the most important part of her job, the one described in big capital letters on her t-shirt: giving a warm hug to LGBTQ youth who might not. not be able to get one. of their family. This …

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Kenya to face Ireland in Cup semi-finals – FBC News

Kenya will face Ireland in the first semifinal of the Vancouver 7 after beating the United States of America in a dramatic 19-14 quarter-final clash this morning. Alvin Otieno played for the Kenyans scoring a pair of tries as they provided a good run for the favorites from the United …

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‘Hope he is okay’: Community rallies around Northeast Metro Tech football player seriously injured in collision at JV game – Boston News, Weather, Sports

WAKEFIELD, MASS. (WHDH) – A 16-year-old Northeast Metro Tech football player is recovering in hospital after being seriously injured in a collision during a junior varsity game in Wakefield on Saturday, officials said. Emergency teams responding to a report of an unconscious person on the high school football pitch at …

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Amazon, Flipkart to sell shawls, honey and other Himachal Pradesh products soon

Ecommerce websites like Amazon, Flipkart, and Government e-Marketplace will be able to sell handmade Himachal Pradesh shawls, sweaters, organic honey, rugs, fruits and spices on their web portals. Himachal Pradesh plans to facilitate the access of 2.80 lakh women belonging to 27,000 self-help groups (SHG) to online platforms so that …

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Biden administration to deport Haitians in Del Rio, Texas

The majority of migrants arrived after months of overland travel from Brazil and Chile, where many were granted permission to reside and work after an earthquake struck the country in 2010. The economies of these countries were hit by the pandemic. To help Haitian returnees who have not lived in …

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Mesa Ridge football feeds off Community Day to beat Widefield

(Dan Mohrmann / Single Wing Media) Soccer 09/18/2021 17:03:59 PM Dan Mohrmann / Single Wing Media History links COLORADO SPRINGS – When the community gets involved, it makes sense to lead an entire precession through town and into CA Foster Stadium. Mesa Ridge and Widefield could lead their annual rivalry …

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Annual pride event fills Eastman Park in St. Cloud [PHOTOS]

ST. CLOUD – Residents of central Minnesota filled Eastman Park this weekend to celebrate peace, love and diversity in the St. Cloud area. St. Cloud Pride Week continued with pride in the park from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm on Saturday. The annual family event included a variety of local …

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Lamu port in Kenya receives transshipment cargo

The aerial photo taken on May 16, 2021 shows a glimpse of the first berth at Lamu Port in Kenya. / Cui Weibao / Xinhua The new Chinese port of Lamu on the Kenyan coast received the largest transshipment cargo bound for the Tanzanian port of Zanzibar, a government official …

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Daily calendar for Saturday 18 September 2021 | Community

Clubs, Organizations BIG SPRINGS COMMUNITY CLUB: Holds a monthly potluck at 6:30 p.m. on the second Monday of the month in the BSCC building. MORNING CUP TOASTMASTER CLUB: Meet at 7:30 am on Wednesdays at Vienna Coffee, 212 College St., Maryville. New invited members. GOLD WING ROAD RIDERS ASSOCIATION: Meets …

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We must not give up on our offer to restore Kenya’s forest cover

A lumberjack uses a power saw to harvest wood from a mature tree inside the Kabaru Forest which covers 13,349 acres. [Mose Sammy, Standard] While global warming remains a major challenge, extreme weather events such as devastating floods and severe droughts have increased the frequency of food insecurity and loss …

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Accel adds Sagar Sanghvi to the investment group

Former Instacart CFO Sagar Sanghvi is now part of Accel’s investment team, according to a blog post posted on the company’s website on Friday (September 17th). “We have never been so excited about the tremendous opportunities to build transformational businesses, as we continue to participate in the mass digitization of …

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WHYY’s NICE partnership amplifies community voices

One of the things that I think is common is this idea of ​​a storyteller, of people sharing the stories of their community, their culture, their neighborhood. This is one of the things I really love about NICE. The idea behind NICE is that we seek out and connect with …

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Kenya beat South Africa in Kenya International 10-Goal Championships: standard sport

Kenya Samurai and Kenya CMC Motors during Kenya International’s 10 goal at Nairobi Polo Club on Friday September 17, 2021. [Jonah Onyango, Standard] Kenya Tusker Malt flashed first against fancy South Africa Tusker Malt to win 7-5.5 as Kenya’s 10-goal internationals kicked off on Friday at the Nairobi Polo Club. …

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Community calendar | News, Sports, Jobs

FRI / 9-17 Chester Quaker State Retirees, 9 a.m., EJ’s Columbiana Columbiana Women’s Club (CWC) Garage Sale, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., 121 N. Main St. Good As New Shop, 10 am-5pm, Methodist Church; everything $ 1 except blue tags Eastern Palestine The Way Station / Kingdom Kloset, Presbyterian Church, …

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Tallahassee residents mobilize to raise awareness about HIV

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) – It’s a disease that affects one in 172 people here in the Big Bend. “It completely changed my life. I was diagnosed in 1999.” Tracy has been HIV positive for over two decades. It is a virus that wreaks havoc on your immune system and your …

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5Ws + 1H: What it is: Taking care of yourself means paying attention to mental, physical and spiritual health | New

Self-care can often be overlooked, but September being National Self-Care Awareness Month, it’s a good time for people to take steps to stay healthy, whether it’s mentally, physically or spiritually. The pandemic has added stress to the lives of many people. Taking the time to practice coping strategies can help …

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City donates $ 4.1 million to previously neglected communities – City of Albuquerque

September 16, 2021 The city of Albuquerque has announced that more than $ 4 million in American Rescue Plan Act funding will be made available to families who were previously excluded from federal stimulus assistance. Mayor Keller and Director of Economic Development Damian Lara joined a virtual town hall in …

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Kenya plans full reopening in December [Business Africa]

Kenya’s economy shrank 0.3% in 2020, according to the Bureau of Statistics. In addition to youth unemployment, Kenya’s economy is being disrupted by restrictive measures due to Covid19, With us from Bungoma Dr Catherine Laura Mamuli, teacher at Mwai Kibaki University. 83% of the jobs identified were in the informal …

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Community Colleges Boost Workforce Education and Training

A new investigation found that community colleges, and particularly their non-credit programs, play an inordinate role in providing employment-oriented education. Opportunity America, a Washington, DC think tank focused on economic mobility, explained the survey’s findings in an accompanying policy report released Tuesday. The report states that community colleges are “on …

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POC diagnostics market worth $ 81.37 billion at 9.4% per

Pune, India, September 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The world POC Diagnostics Market The size is expected to gain ground reaching $ 81.37 billion by 2028 while posting a 9.4% CAGR between 2021 and 2028. This information is published by Fortune Business Insights in a report titled “POC Diagnostics Market, …

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Chinese companies boost Kenya’s manufacturing sector with technology

A file photo shows workers counting ceramic tiles at Twyford Ceramics in Kajiado County, Kenya, May 12, 2017. / Xinhua A file photo shows workers counting ceramic tiles at Twyford Ceramics in Kajiado County, Kenya, May 12, 2017. / Xinhua Chinese companies are boosting Kenya‘s manufacturing sector through technology transfer, …

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Community Remembers 9/11 Victims at Grapevine Ceremony – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Hundreds of people gathered in Grapevine as the sun rose on Saturday to remember the lives lost on one of America’s darkest days. Members of the community, including flight attendants and uniformed pilots, gathered at the 9/11 Flight Crew Memorial to honor the victims of September 11, 2001. “Today, for …

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Few sightings as whales head off Kenyan coast

Humpback whales in the waters of the Indian Ocean on the coast. [File,Standard] As the whale watching season draws to a close, those who expect to see the great creatures of the coast are very disappointed. The humpback whale migration has become a sensation among local and international tourists, especially …

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CM will organize a virtual dialogue with women’s self-help groups

Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will hold a virtual dialogue with women from women’s self-help groups on September 14 as part of a women’s self-help groups orientation and dialogue program, according to an official statement. . Support groups from all district headquarters will participate in the program …

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Kenya seeks $ 157 million loan for completion of phase I of Lamu port

Lapsu Port (LAPSSET Corridor Development Authority) Posted on Sep 9, 2021 12:10 AM by The maritime executive The Kenya Ports Authority intends to borrow $ 157 million to complete the construction of the first phase of Lamu Port, a new facility that is struggling to attract shipping companies after its …

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Flint teacher lives in community after unexpected death

FLINT, Michigan (WJRT) – A heartbreaking loss in the Flint Community School District as they mourn the death of a beloved kindergarten teacher. We first told you about Casey Purdy in July when she told us she needed to find a second job to help buy supplies for her classroom. …

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AHF mourns the passing of Reverend Carl Bean | Business

LOS ANGELES – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Sep 8, 2021– AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the largest global AIDS organization today and which began its journey providing care and services to HIV / AIDS patients 35 years ago in Los Angeles providing palliative care for people dying of AIDS, today mourned the …

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Address vaccine hesitancy in the Hispanic community

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) – Several events planned for Nashville aim to address vaccine hesitancy among the Hispanic community. The CDC reports that minority populations are disproportionately affected by the virus. Yuri Cunza, president and CEO of the Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, is committed to getting more people in …

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Kenyan President wants “unwavering leadership” from Commonwealth Secretariat

By Sir Ronald Sanders (The author is Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the United States and the OAS. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies at the University of London and at Massey College at the University of Toronto The opinions expressed are entirely hers.) …

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Taliban special forces brutally end women’s protest

Bloomberg Quicktake: Now released this video clip, titled “Taliban Special Forces Brutally End Women’s Protest” – below is their description. Camouflage-clad Taliban special forces fired into the air on Saturday, bringing a brutal and frightening end to the latest protest march in the capital by Afghan women demanding equal rights …

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Financial aid scam rolls around California community colleges

The California Community College system is investigating an admissions and financial aid scam involving “bot” students enrolled in courses and fraudulent financial aid applications, the Los Angeles Times reported. The fraud makes it difficult for colleges to assess enrollment numbers in the fall after a year of decline during the …

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Kenya Study Finds Men Are More ‘Unfair’ To Digital Lenders Than Women

Nairobi – A new report from ReelAnalytics has found that men are experimenting with multiple digital credit providers compared to women who are seen as more loyal to a single brand. The survey, which was carried out among 1,000 Kenyans in eight counties, further revealed that women are more concerned …

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Manoj Sinha inaugurates the ‘Saath’ initiative for women SHG

Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], Sep 2 (ANI): Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Manoj Sinha on Wednesday kicked off the “Saath” Rural Business Acceleration Program for Women Self-Help Groups (SHGs). “There are 48,000 SHGs in Jammu and Kashmir. Four Lakh women are linked to these SHGs. This Saath initiative …

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SLO County Jail Report Details Abuse, Violence

September 1, 2021 An inmate held in a special type of restrictive housing at SLO County Jail. By KAREN VELIE A new report on the San Luis Obispo County Jail chronicles abuse ranging from punching inmates to denial of medical treatment – resulting in deaths and miscarriages in prison – …

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