Monthly Archives: November 2021

Kick off for Kenya – run for a cause

Tim neale, KWO Ministries November 30, 2021 1of9 Kenya’s 12th Annual Kick-Off, The Race to Save Orphans. Proceeds from this race finance the secondary education fund for KWO ministries Courtesy photoShow moreShow less Kenya, the race to save orphans took place in November. Proceeds from this race finance the secondary …

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Improving access to health care is essential to reduce the incidence of HIV

Many patients living with HIV in rural areas of Africa do not receive regular treatment, despite recent efforts to increase access to health care across the continent. Researchers at the University of Cincinnati found that 28% of HIV-positive patients aged 15 and over in East and Southern Africa and 42% …

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Mental Health Is… Doing Your Best | Health and wellness services

Whether it’s for assignments, presentations or upcoming exams, finals can be demanding on our mind and body. As our schedules fill up and we rush into Finals week, self-care may be one of the last things on our minds. No matter what your finals look like this semester, here are …

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Resident-led Montbello organizing committee responds to community needs with FreshLo Hub

We all have the right to healthy and culturally appropriate food. However, decades of underinvestment in infrastructure and community resources have left residents of many low-income neighborhoods across the country with no grocery stores nearby. Without these grocery stores, residents are often forced to depend on small markets and convenience …

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Kenya targets large foreign companies in tax reforms

Multinational companies operating in Kenya will be required to disclose their financial records from January next year as part of changes proposed by the National Treasury aimed at eliminating tax evasion. Cabinet Secretary to the Treasury Ukur Yatani said all multinationals with total group turnover exceeding 2.5 billion shillings will …

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The link between poverty and disease in Kenya

CELEBRATION, Florida – Poverty and disease create a vicious cycle in which they simultaneously feed off each other. As poverty increases, the disease benefits from a lack of sanitation practices, access to immunization and adequate health care. In turn, the disease exacerbates the struggle already faced by people living in …

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Falguni Nayar becomes India’s richest self-made woman with $ 7 billion

Falguni Nayar Falguni Nayar has joined the rarefied ranks of self-made billionaire women after the Indian beauty start-up she founded went public and quickly doubled in her business debut. Now she’s encouraging more women to take control. Ms Nayar heads Indian firm FSN E-Commerce Ventures, which raised 53.5 billion Indian …

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Soup Stroll brings community together in downtown Cohoes

COHOES – People gathered on the streets of downtown Cohoes on Saturday to participate in the Small Business Saturday Celebration, where more than 50 vendors participated in the town’s first ‘soup walk’. Music from several stores set the tone, and there was even a special performance of Santa and one …

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Kenya lose to Ireland to finish 8th in Dubai 7s

NAIROBI, Kenya, November 27 – The national rugby sevens team posted a dismal performance in the opening of the 2021/22 HSBC World Rugby Series season after finishing 8th. Shujaa, who has only won one of the six games they’ve played, has collected 10 points and will be looking to bounce …

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“I’ll Never Forget It:” Community Gives Free Thanksgiving Meal for Everson Flood Victims

“I’ll Never Forget” Community Gives Free Thanksgiving Meal for Everson Flood Victims On Thursday, residents of Everson gathered to provide food and community for flood victims. EVERSON, Wash – On Thursday, residents of Everson gathered to provide food and community for flood victims. After historic flooding that ravaged Whatcom County, …

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WHO 2021 report on HIV drug resistance released

WHO’s latest report on HIV drug resistance gives a detailed picture of the extent of the growth in drug resistance and the steps countries are taking to ensure people receive effective drugs to treat and prevent HIV. The report found that by 2020, 64% of target countries (countries with a …

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West Island Community Calendar for the week of November 25

Groups and clubs The Lakeshore Camera Club welcomes photographers of all levels who wish to learn and exchange ideas with others. Meetings are held every Monday evening (until June 6) at 7:30 pm They will begin with online meetings, but plan to return to Stewart Hall in Pointe-Claire when conditions …

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Newcomers Club reunion showcases Chile and community – Estes Park Trail-Gazette

A chili bake was the tasty highlight of the Estes Park Newcomer Club general meeting on November 18 at the community center. Nine residents vied for the honors of “best chili chef”. The top spot went to Andy Brittan-Willabus, who only revealed that his “secret sauce” contained cocoa powder and …

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Kenyan fintech Asilimia raises $ 2 million in pre-seed round, plans to expand loans to MSMEs, expand in East Africa – TechCrunch

Kenya’s economy is fueled by informal enterprises, which contribute 33.8% of the country’s GDP and provide 83.4% of total employment outside of small-scale agriculture, according to data from the country’s statistics office. The contribution of these companies is essential to the country’s economy, but they remain underserved by traditional banking …

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“Industries will only progress when farmers are successful”

Business office: The Agricultural and Rural Development Forum of the Vidarbha Industries Association (VIA) recently held a workshop on “Industry Contribution to Agricultural Economy Reforms” in Mahalgaon, Nagpur. The session was organized with the intention of informing farmers about government plans; marketing of agricultural products; progressive marketing; “Goushala – A …

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Kenya Moore “had it for me” on RHUGT

Real Housewives: The Ultimate Girls’ Journey is only three episodes, but most viewers would safely assume that Singer Ramona directed most of the drama. Ramona now reveals that she felt kenya moore had taken it out for her while she was on the tropical island. Leave it to singer Stinger …

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Magic Johnson Praises God For Long Life Despite HIV Diagnosis

Through Nicole alcindor, CP Reporter | Sunday 21 November 2021 Magic and Cookie Johnson chat with “CBS Mornings” co-host Gayle King to discuss their lives 30 years after the former NBA player was diagnosed with HIV on November 10, 2021. | Screenshot: YouTube / “CBS Mornings” Magic Johnson expressed his …

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“Am I an alcoholic? »: The blurred line between a daily drink and a drinking problem | Xavier Mulenga

Almost every day someone walks into my office and asks, “Am I an alcoholic?” Or “Do you think I have a problem with alcohol?” And sometimes, “My partner says I drink too much.” Alcohol is a drug with its roots in Australian life. If you are happy, sad, bored, got …

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Helena, MT Jewish community seeks to buy back synagogue building sold for $ 1 in 1930s

(JTA) – It has been 86 years since the Jewish community of Helena, Montana, sold their first synagogue, Temple Emanu-El, to the town of Helena for just a dollar. Now the small Jewish community that remains in the city is trying to buy it for almost a million dollars from …

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Cricket Cranes beat Kenya to advance to Global Qualifiers

In a cat-and-mouse case, Cricket Cranes ensured that there was no buyout for Kenya Simbas by qualifying for the T20 World Cup global qualifiers scheduled for next year. Uganda made sure they dealt with Tanzania in the morning – brushing them aside for just 68 points – Frank Akankwasa with …

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Tour Championship weekend contenders all had to mentally prepare for the opportunity | Golf News and Tour Information

NAPLES, Fla — The scrutiny, the stories and the eyes focused on Nelly Korda and Jin Young Ko ahead of the CME Group Tour Championship. Their ways of beating the world caught attention as they won 27% of the LPGA events between them, and Korda won the gold medal at …

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The community recalled Zoom’s safety advice

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – Students, faculty, and staff at Penn State are reminded that there are many tools available to help secure Zoom Meetings as the University continues to offer hybrid work and classroom arrangements. To help secure Zoom meetings, individuals should not share the meeting password. Additionally, to discourage …

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Tightening Kenya-Uganda Border Security Causes Heavy Trafficking [Photos]

A long line of trucks from Kocholia to the Malaba border crossing at Busia Bounty on 19, 2021. [Benjamin Sakwa, Standard] Police stepped up security at the Kenya-Uganda border after a bomb exploded in Kampala two days ago. Officers in charge of the porous border said they were leaving nothing …

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Argentinian woman living with HIV ‘clears’ virus without treatment

Esperanza’s patient, named after her hometown in Argentina, was diagnosed with HIV-1 in 2013, but after eight years of follow-up checks and a total of ten commercial viral load tests, no signs of infection active virus was found in his results, as well as no evidence of disease associated with …

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What is behind the rapid demise of the delta variant in Japan? It could be a self-extinction.

Why has the fifth and largest wave of the coronavirus pandemic in Japan, driven by the supercontagious delta variant, suddenly come to an end following a seemingly unrelenting rise in new infections? And what made Japan different from other developed countries that are now seeing a new wave of new …

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Ophelia Garmon-Brown, Charlotte physician and community leader, has passed away | DFA 90.7

Charlotte physician, minister and author Dr. Ophelia Garmon-Brown has died, according to a notice posted on the Novant Health site on November 17. She had battled cancer of the brain and kidneys. Garmon-Brown touched countless people with her work and was a celebrated community leader, having served on the Opportunities …

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What is the life cycle of HIV? Target stages of antiretroviral drugs

HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is an infection that affects approximately 1.2 million people in the United States. The infection is very difficult to treat because the virus combines its genetic information with the genetic information of a type of white blood cell called CD4 cells. HIV can continue to replicate …

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With aquaponics, producers chart a self-guided journey towards improving and uplifting the community

Davis, who is partnering with three local elementary schools to host field farm days and school learning programs, says he’s ready to build a bigger greenhouse that can facilitate a more efficient grow space and educational tours. Kindergarten to Grade 12 school programs have generated a sustained interest in aquaponics …

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Community calendar, November 17 edition

Toastmaster meetings: 7:00 p.m. every Tuesday online. Toastmasters hosts meetings for people who want to improve their communication skills for business or professional development. The appointments are on Zoom. Use meeting ID 88000718444. Attendees can log in five to 10 minutes early to chat. More information can be found online …

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Comply Industries Limited of Kenya signs purchase agreement for Bell 505

Bell Press Release | November 15, 2021 Estimated reading time 3 minutes, 8 seconds. Bell Textron Inc., a company of Textron Inc., has announced the purchase of a Bell 505 by Kenyan customer Comply Industries Limited. Delivery is scheduled for late November 2021 and marks the fifth Bell 505 aircraft …

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Rowan County native wins national award for HIV / AIDS treatment – Salisbury Post

SALISBURY – When Wesley Thompson looks back on his medical career so far, he can point to several distinct moments that have shaped his path. The first and most influential came when he was a graduate student at Duke University Hospital in 1985. Charged with drawing blood from an AIDS …

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Astroworld victim Bharti Shahani dies as group claims fire chief was denied access to site twice – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

HOUSTON (CBSDFW.COM/CNN) – A ninth victim of the influx of crowds at the Astroworld Music festival in Houston has died. Texas A&M University student Bharti Shahani had fought for life since the disaster last Friday. Relatives say the 22-year-old attended Travis Scott’s titled concert with her cousin and younger sister. …

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For Theodora – Fort Bragg Advocate-News

Several weeks ago in this community column, another coastal resident wrote about her experience trying to get life-saving veterinary care for her critically injured dog. None were available to him and his dog succumbed to his injuries. Since that time, it has been very difficult for me to forget this …

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Kenya Moore speaks out on possible NeNe Leakes comeback

Getty Kenya Moore and Nene Leakes in 2017. Kenya Moore is reacting to news that former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” co-star NeNe Leakes may be interested in returning to the franchise. On November 3, 2021, NeNe appeared on the talk show, “The speech” and expressed her openness to returning to …

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Wellness Center Resource Guide

By Eisha ShahUpdated Nov 9, 2021 10:19 PM CTPosted Nov 10, 2021 at 7:09 am CT Amid a pandemic and an increase in the number of students struggling with mental health issues, Loyola’s wellness center is in high demand. The wellness center saw an 11% increase in the number of …

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Wanted suspect in death of Henry County officer died from self-inflicted gunshot wound – WSB-TV Channel 2

CLAYTON COUNTY, Georgia – An apartment complex in Clayton County was closed Tuesday evening after investigators said the man wanted in the death of a Henry County police officer was found dead. Police sources said Mark Winne, Channel 2 investigative reporter On Tuesday evening, Jordan Jackson was found dead in …

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Community Council 2 elects a new president

Morry Galonoy (Photo: Screenshot of Queens CB 2 – May 2021 board meeting held on Zoom) November 9, 2021 By Christian Murray Community Council 2 elected a new president Thursday evening along with a list of other leaders from its executive council. Morry Galonoy, who was appointed to Community Council …

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A Year of Upheaval: What Kenyan Businesses Can Learn from the Disruption of 2021 (By James Bayhack)

By James Bayhack, Director Sub-Saharan Africa at CM.com From lockdowns, third waves and vaccine deployments to digital innovations, e-commerce booms and riot-related supply chain struggles, 2021 has been eventful to say the least. For many Kenyan businesses, 2020 set the tone for what to expect this year, especially in terms …

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Kidney patients rally for more disease research and innovation

WASHINGTON, November 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The American Association of Kidney Patients (AAKP), the largest independent organization of kidney patients in the country, recently held its 46e Annual National Patient Meeting, a virtual experience that broke all previous attendance records and engaged kidney patients through United States and …

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Pfizer’s new oral antiviral shows promise

Share on PinterestPfizer has published some key findings from a recent oral antiviral study. Soumyabrata Roy / NurPhoto via Getty Images The first oral antiviral treatment available for people with COVID-19 has just received approval for use by the UK government. Many drug companies have other drug candidates in development …

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Library adding hotspots as another way to connect the community

Daviess County Public Library is adding access points to its wide range of public services. DCPL will receive approximately 100 access points as well as several Chromebooks and iPads, thanks to the FCC’s Emergency Connectivity Fund (ECF). ECF is a $ 7.17 billion program that helps schools and libraries provide …

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Clean kitchen can dramatically reduce Kenya’s carbon emissions

Children carrying firewood to their respective homes after collecting it from Mumias Nuclear on June 14, 2020. [Benjamin Sakwa, Standard] One of the main implications of the widespread use of solid fuels is its significant impact on climate change. On average, 25 percent of all black carbon comes from inefficient …

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Who can get the third dose of vaccine now? – NBC Chicago

Booster shots of the COVID-19 vaccine are available for millions of people in the United States, but what qualifies you to receive the third dose? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approved additional doses of the country’s three vaccines last month, prompting Chicago-area health departments to create plans to …

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Finding a way to cope with grief: experts step in

We all have our own ways of dealing with grief – some mostly healthy, some not. In this emotionally compromised state, it can be difficult to discern which coping mechanisms will help you heal and which will only prolong the pain. So we contacted two well-equipped experts to guide us …

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Afghan community, refugees face uncertain future – NBC Bay Area

On Friday night, members of the Bay Area Afghan community in Golden Gate Park listened to music that reminded them of their home. Many who attended the event said they had a heavy heart when they thought of their family members who are still in Afghanistan. Afghan singer Mozhdal Jamalzadah …

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IMF signs service agreement with Kenya for $ 264 million disbursement | WSAU News / Talk 550 AM99.9 FM

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund announced on Friday that it had reached a staff-level agreement with Kenya on a second review of IMF loan agreements that would free up around $ 264 million for the African country from l ‘Is upon Board approval in the coming weeks. If …

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Maraviroc and metformin fail to control NAFLD in people living with HIV

The MAVMET study, the first randomized controlled trial of maraviroc (Selzentry) with or without metformin, failed to reduce liver fat in people living with HIV and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease compared to placebo – and in some cases prolonged use actually increased liver fat. And that means clinicians like Yvonne …

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Governor Hochul announces start of construction of $ 22 million supportive housing development in central Harlem

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the start of construction of a $ 22 million LGBTQ supportive housing project for formerly homeless young adults. Known as Homeward Central Harlem, the development will include 50 apartments with on-site support services provided by Homeward NYC. “Every New Yorker deserves to have a safe …

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Garrison Commanders Focus on SNAIR Procedures at November Community Information Forum | Item

FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. – Senior Garrison leaders virtually hosted the November Community Information Forum via the Fort Léonard Wood Facebook page November 3. The monthly forum is designed to be an exchange of information and dialogue between the garrison and the community on a range of topics and interests …

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Kenyan Ambassador to France Judy Wakhungu celebrated by Penn State University

Pennsylvania State University has named Judy Wakhungu of Kenya as the recipient of the 2022 Graduate School Alumni Society (GSAS) Humanitarian Award. The award recognizes a former student with a graduate degree from Penn State who has had a positive societal impact on the well-being of humanity beyond the responsibilities …

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New study evaluating how a history of COVID-19 may affect mRNA vaccine response

The AIDS Clinical Trials Group (ACTG), the world’s largest HIV research network, which recently expanded its scope to include the evaluation of outpatient treatment of COVID-19[female[feminine, today announced the launch of A5404, a clinical trial investigating how a previous infection with SARS-CoV-2 and receiving either an investigational COVID-19 treatment or …

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Here is an overview of the business news from the Mahoning Valley

Also among today’s business updates: YO! application ; Magic Tree Pub and Restaurant; Kravitz delicatessen; and the AAA East Central Gas Price Report. AUSTINTOWN – Golden Star Theaters Austintown Cinema will be hosting a big reopening event Friday through Sunday to celebrate its first anniversary. The event will include an …

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Claussen, Finch, Malone and Pilcher-Hayek win Iowa City Community School Board election

JP Claussen and Ruthina Malone were re-elected to the Iowa City Community School District Board of Directors. Jayne Finch and Maka Pilcher-Hayek were both elected for their first terms on the board. The other candidates for the three four-year terms on the board were Krista Burrus and Sheila Pinter. With …

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Kenya McKnight-Ahad: “She’s smart; she is engaged. … She is a fighter.

Editor’s Note: Finance & Commerce publishes the first in a series of five articles that will introduce readers to Blacks, Indigenous people and people of color [BIPOC] developers and their projects in and around the Twin Cities. Each story highlights some of the opportunities and challenges faced by developers of …

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Confront winter depression with this therapist’s 9 strategies

Be resilient to winter depression with these tips Gear Akyurt As the days get shorter and the temperature drops, many of us begin to experience a familiar feeling of heaviness. Activities that previously seemed “low intensity” – social events, workouts, and tracking from our various inboxes – suddenly sparks irritation …

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Genesee health system seeks community input on use of mileage funds

GENESEA COUNTY, Michigan (WJRT) – Community contribution, wanted and needed. Earlier this year, the Genesee Health System adopted a $ 9.4 million mental health budget to help fund county-wide programs that will better meet the mental health needs of communities. GHS currently only receives funding through Medicaid, but not everyone …

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Kenya reopens investigation into murder of woman last seen with British soldiers | WSAU News / Talk 550 AM99.9 FM

NAIROBI (Reuters) – Kenya will reopen a nine-year murder investigation into the death of a single mother last seen in a hotel with British soldiers, the national police chief said on Monday. Agnes Wanjiru was found in a septic tank at the Lion’s Court Hotel in the garrison town of …

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Desert Aids Walk Marks 40 Years of Fighting HIV / AIDS – NBC Palm Springs News, Weather, Traffic, Breaking News

HIV and AIDS are the cause of nearly one million deaths each year. For an illness that claimed the lives of so many loved ones, the community came together on Saturday, not only to remember the loss, but to celebrate how far we have come in the struggle and the …

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