Monthly Archives: November 2022

Elephant in Kenya interrupts journalist Alvin Kaunda in viral video

Comment this story Comment Alvin Kaunda was detailing the effects of human actions on the natural world when the tip of a brown trunk appeared just behind his left ear. The trunk, belonging to one of the young residents of an elephant orphanage in Nairobi where Kaunda had gone to …

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Things to do if you run out of money before payday

Source: inc.com Living from one paycheck to the next can be very overwhelming. You are so pressured how to pay for everything you are supposed to pay so you forget to really enjoy life. Unfortunately, there is a high percentage of people who live like this. It can be even …

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Lundquist Institute researcher Dr. Eric Daar and research team find that HIV patients benefit from ingestible sensor technology for HIV treatment

Results published in The Lancet Ebiomedicine demonstrate the positive effect of an advanced ingestible sensor for HIV therapeutics Ingestible Sensor Technology – Smart Pill The study used a tiny edible sensor that is over-encapsulated with drugs. When ingested, it is detected by a patch with an integrated monitor and sensor …

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Bali Yatra 2022: Millet products are selling like hotcakes

Cut, November 15: Millets and diversified food products are selling like hotcakes at Balia Yatra 2022 in Cuttack, thanks to the promotion of the government of Odisha, which aims to extend the Millet Mission to all 30 districts of the state. As Odisha first celebrated ‘Mandia Dibasa’ (Millet Divas) on …

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As winter sets in, Bend mayor calls on community to help provide temporary shelter under new, simpler rules

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) – Amid an initial spell of sub-freezing temperatures, Bend Mayor Gena Goodman-Campbell and other city leaders asked for help from the community on Monday to provide more temporary shelter space, after a recent change in city rules that made it easier to provide such assistance. The city …

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In brutal drought, Kenyan herders seek hope underground

Comment this story Comment ARCHERS POST, Kenya — Letoyie Leroshi walked for five days in search of water. After three years of drought in Samburu County, Kenya, the riverbeds were dry. Then Leroshi found a patch of wet sand in the sun-scorched Ewaso Ng’iro riverbed. He brought a group of …

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Catholic charities that help people gain financial independence

Catholic charities in central and northern Missouri are now helping families get well — financially. The nonprofit organization launched a financial wellness program in the summer. Just last week, the first participating family managed to refinance a payday loan into a manageable payment program. But the change didn’t happen overnight, …

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For a happy childhood – The Hindu

A considerable number of children grow up in the midst of conflicts and quarrels, and this is where complications and confusion begin to develop. A considerable number of children grow up in the midst of conflicts and quarrels, and this is where complications and confusion begin to develop. VSChildhood is …

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Kenyan youth win EA Innovation Award

Kenya Presidential Innovation Awards laureate Joseph Nguthuri receives his dummy check from Ugandan Vice President Jessica Alupo during the EAC Regional Youth Innovation Forum. [Augustine Oduor, Standard] A student from Egerton University has been recognized for his efforts in favor of innovation. Joseph Nguthiru has been selected as one of …

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This year voters put an end to it by avoiding politicians

Photo by DJ Johnson That fall, in the run-up to the midterm elections, a group of Catholic nuns, Protestant ministers, and other faith leaders toured South Dakota on what they called the “Love Your Neighbor Tour.” They stopped at grocery stores, restaurants, senior centers, libraries and other community gathering places …

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GRANT ROUND OPENS FOR BEST AWARD IN RENAL PATIENT SAFETY

Amid ongoing COVID-19 and flu threats, security advocates urge prevention TAMPA, November 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The American Association of Kidney Patients (AAKP), the nation’s largest independent kidney patient organization, announced the opening of the 2023 grant round for its AAKP Jenny Kitsen Patient Safety Award. The award funds a …

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Celeste Scott, Pittsburgh housing justice attorney, dies at 46

A memorial for the late housing advocate Celeste Scott will be held at the Homewood-Brushton YMCA this weekend. Scott died last week at the age of 46. Her advocacy helped create a trust fund for affordable housing in the city of Pittsburgh, as well as transitional housing for transgender women. …

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The Basement is the Streetwear community’s answer to a membership club – WWD

LONDON — In 2013, The Basement was born, as a Facebook community for like-minded people to discuss street clothingwith the likes of Supreme and Nike at its epicenter. What started as an exciting project for Founder Alex Ropes and Editor-in-Chief Euan Smart has turned into a platform that catches the …

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Pakistani journalist Arshad Sharif shot dead in Kenya was the victim of a “targeted assassination”, according to the Minister of Interior | world news

A Pakistani journalist shot dead last month has been the victim of a “targeted assassination”, the country’s interior minister has said. Arshad Sharif, a vocal critic of the Pakistani military, died near Nairobi, the Kenyan capital, after his car was shot at by police on October 23. Rana Sanaullah, Home …

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2766 Haats Rural Village generates Rs 17.13 lakh in 7 days

Jammu, November 6: Around 2,766 Village Rural Haats (VRH), established under the Jammu and Kashmir Rural Livelihood Mission (JKRLM) during the Back to Village-IVth (B2V4th) scheme, earned a whopping Rs. 17.13 lakh in sales in seven days. Like other departments that were asked to complete the saturation of deliverables during …

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Community veterans stand down and distribute food, Princeton 2022

PRINCETON, West Virginia (WVVA) – Hundreds of veterans lined up in their cars to receive necessities and appreciation at this year’s annual Stand Down and Food Distribution event in Princeton. Supplies distributed included toiletries, clothing and other essentials. 10% of West Virginia’s homeless population identifies as a veteran. “One of …

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Payday Loan Services Market by Product, Applications, Geography, and Major Players:Wonga, TitleMax, DFC Global Corp

A2Z Market Research presents new Payday Loan Service research covering micro-level analysis of competitors and major business segments (2022-2029). Global Payday Loans Service Report examines a comprehensive study of various segments such as opportunity, size, development, innovation, revenue and overall growth of the key players. The research is carried out …

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Lack of clinical training, misconceptions about HIV are barriers to PrEP in the South

November 04, 2022 2 minute read Source/Disclosures Source: Traylor, D. Prescribing PrEP by Southern US Primary Care Providers. Presented at: OMED22; Oct. 27-31, 2022; Boston. Disclosures: Healio could not confirm relevant financial information at the time of publication. ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles …

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Manatee County Hosts Community Conversation with Town of Myakka Residents Regarding Storm Recovery

MYAKKA CITY, Fla. (WWSB) – More than two dozen county and FEMA officials were in attendance Thursday night in Myakka City for a community conversation at Myakka City Elementary School. It’s Manatee County’s way of saying that these residents will not be forgotten as they recover from Hurricane Ian. “Now …

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KENYA: Government will mobilize $82 million to intensify response to drought

Raising $82.36 million. This is the ambition of the Kenyan government. According to President William Ruto, the funding mobilized from development partners will allow the continuation of projects aimed at mitigating the effects of drought in this East African country. Drought increases water stress, decreases pasture and reduces agricultural production. …

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Lefsetz Letter » Blog Archive » Takeoff

If this guy were white… Most people have no idea what is going on behind the records. Despite the braggadocio, the money flash, the actual life of these rappers is not shown. You are in danger. In a shadow economy. This is rock ‘n’ roll in the old days. A …

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Healthcare awareness campaign launched – gov.scot

Final stage of £600m winter resilience plan. Scots are urged to play their part in easing pressure on the NHS this winter as an awareness campaign is launched today (November 2). Targeted advertisements on TV, radio and online will encourage people to get the right care in the right place, …

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UNCW and community partners kick off NEA’s Big Read

Tuesday 01 November 2022 To promote a community-wide shared reading experience, the UNCW Office of the Arts will launch the National Endowment for the Arts Big Read: Cape Fear Program at a launch event Nov. 10 from 5-7 p.m. at the Main Branch of the New Hanover County Public Library …

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A foreigner and three Kenyans fight over 2.3 billion unfrozen shillings

Economy A foreigner and three Kenyans fight over 2.3 billion unfrozen shillings Tuesday 01 November 2022 Three Kenyans are locked in a court battle with a woman in Southeast Asian country Laos over more than 2.3 billion shillings held in Ecobank accounts after the state withdrew a petition that had …

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