Groundbreaking app tracks essential family planning supplies in Kenya

As the frontline health worker at Isiolo County Referral Hospital, Denis Mutirithia has a vital role to play in saving lives – and a new digital tool to help him do so. The pharmaceutical technologist is responsible for predicting and preventing shortages and stockouts of essential medical supplies, including contraceptives. …

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To Treat Retirement Homes, State Lawmakers Adopt A Series Of Approaches To Improve Care And Financial Solvency | Local news

Massachusetts needed nursing home reform even before the pandemic, people say. Now the stakes are higher. State Senator Patricia Jehlen, a Democrat from Somerville who co-chairs the Joint Committee on Seniors’ Affairs, said she believes the pandemic has prompted legislative leaders to seek change. Even so, solving long-term care problems …

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#BettyWhiteChallenge urges everyone to support the animals in their community

(FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) – The latest social media challenge is something anyone can take on, and no, no one has to eat laundry detergent or set things on fire. the #BettyWhiteChallenge is gaining traction on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. The challenge in itself is simple: Helping animals …

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Kenya: Ambulance service for the poor helps residents of Nairobi’s largest slum

Nairobi – A community health service in Africa’s largest slum is helping poor people get affordable emergency services during the COVID pandemic. The Kibera Community Emergency Response Team in Nairobi is offering a monthly fee of $ 1 for access to emergency services, including an ambulance. The poor – like …

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The pandemic has brought about seismic changes. They changed with it.

When the pandemic began, Mark Finazzo was working at a brewery in Columbus, Ohio, a job he lost due to lockdowns that plunged him, like many Americans, into terrifying months of isolation, anxiety and helplessness, with nothing more to do than watch the rage of the coronavirus through the television …

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Safe return to school – gov.scot

Asymptomatic tests to reduce the risk of COVID-19. High school students are advised to take COVID-19 tests at home before returning to school in order to limit the spread of Omicron. People without symptoms should do a Lateral Flow Device (LFD) test the day before or the morning of return …

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Guest comment: The proposed reform of community planning groups will do much more harm than good

This commentary was originally written as a letter to San Diego City Councilor Joe LaCava. At its December 2 meeting, the La Jolla Community Planning Association discussed the planning group “reform” project. The LJCPA understands the need for planning groups to align with the city charter; therefore, we support legal …

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From Kenya to Mississippi: the teacher dreams of being an engineer

BLUE SPRINGS, Miss. Cyprian Ng’etich, a native of Kenya turned teacher from Mississippi, has always had his head in the clouds. With his childhood home near a hospital and an airstrip built by foreign missionaries, small planes came and went often. From time to time, government officials would arrive by …

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Caution required with the use of ritonavir-boosted PF-07321332 in the management of COVID-19

We read with interest the news that the UK government has announced deals to purchase oral antivirals for SARS-CoV-2, molnupiravir (Lagevrio, Merck [Branchburg, NJ, USA]) and ritonavir in combination with PF-07321332 (Paxlovid, Pfizer [New York, NY, USA]). 1 UK Department of Health and WelfareBritish government obtains groundbreaking COVID-19 antivirals. While …

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Lahaul products attract visitors to Manali expo: La Tribune India

Manta Dipender Tribune press service Mandi, December 31 Products prepared by self-help groups in Lahaul, under the National Rural Livelihoods Mission, attract many tourists to an exhibition in Kullu and Manali. Knitted socks, gloves, sweaters, traditional food products such as dosa, local tea, marchu, thupka and momos are available at …

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Local Bell County community centers to open as warm-up centers this weekend

KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) – Local Bell County shelters are making final preparations for the first winter storms that hit this weekend. The Impact Temple and Rosa Hereford Community Center will be open Saturdays and Sundays for anyone in need of shelter. Deni Howard of Impact Temple says that with the …

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Kenya Railways announces the resumption of commuter buses

Kenya Railways announced the resumption of commuter buses on January 3, 2022 with the aim of ensuring an efficient transport system. According to a statement released by KR, Nairobi Commuter Rail buses will drop passengers off at Westlands, Yaya Center and Upper Hill upon arrival in the CBD in the …

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Walking Mass. and Cass with bleach kits, granola bars and a chance to get off the streets

On a recent gray morning, with the temperature barely above freezing, Senior Medical Officer Diana Sencion had just started her rounds to check on the homeless around Mass. and Cass. She was wearing candy pink knit gloves. Soon they were in someone else’s hands. Sencion saw Elena Soto, who has …

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Why this rebellious rural community in northeastern Spain is fighting against wind farms

Vicente’s parents are no longer alive, but in the small stone town of Calaceite on a secluded Aragonese hill, he still remembers their stories very well. Vicente is 83 years old. He remembers how they spoke of the Spanish Civil War, of the fascists in green uniforms, of the militia, …

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Kenya inaugurates shipyard in Mombasa

Posted December 30, 2021 Kenya has inaugurated the facilities of Kenya Shipyards Limited in the port city of Mombasa. The Maritime Executive reported that the nation has said the new shipyard will have the capacity to handle vessels over 4,000 tonnes and 150 meters in length. According to the report, …

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Family and community leaders seek justice after Kansas grandmother dies in shooting

KANSAS CITY, Kansas (WDAF) – On Christmas Eve in Kansas City, Kansas City police said an 85-year-old grandmother was killed in a shot in car while sitting at home with her husband. Patricia Panijan was watching TV in the living room when a car drove past her house and opened …

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From Langley, Kenya, 3 Girls Helping Friends Miles Away – Aldergrove Star

Three students from Langley Fine Arts School joined hands to help their friends who live miles away in Kenya. Lizzie Porter, along with her friends, Beatrix Koch and Adia Richert – all 10 years old – spent a vacation weekend selling handmade items on the streets of Fort Langley. The …

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Pfizer Covid pills for symptoms of Covid may be risky with other medications.

As the omicron wave hits a nation weary of the pandemic, the first antiviral pills for Covid-19 promise desperately needed protection for those at risk of serious illness. However, many people who have prescribed the new drugs from Pfizer or Merck will require careful monitoring by doctors and pharmacists, and …

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Meet the unsung heroes of Norfolk helping in their communities

Posted: 5:30 am December 27, 2021 Over the past year, unsung heroes across the region who have gone the extra mile to help their communities have been recognized for their efforts. For 60 weeks, this newspaper shed light on people who have made a real difference in the county, giving …

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“A Sense of Community”: Can the Shattuck Cabins be an answer to the crisis in Mass. and Cass?

Seventeen sleeping cabins, ranging from 64 to 100 square feet, are lined up in two rows. At one end is a courtyard. And at the front of the village is a 500 square foot structure that will serve as a common room, where those who live there can meet for …

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Ntombura: I am still bishop of the Methodist Church of Kenya

African Methodist Council President Reverend Joseph Ntombura speaking to reporters in Narok. [Robert Kiplagat, Standard]] Bishop Joseph Ntombura said he still heads the Methodist Church in Kenya. In a statement, Bishop Ntombura condemned an attempt to wreak havoc on the church by some of the leaders. “There is nothing new …

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Co-infection with hepatitis C and incidence of extrahepatic cancer in people living with HIV

This article was originally published here Med. HIV. December 23, 2021. doi: 10.1111 / hiv.13218. Online ahead of print. ABSTRACT Objectives: We evaluated the incidence of extrahepatic cancer in people co-infected with HIV / HCV and the potential impact of direct-acting antivirals (DAAs) on the risk of extrahepatic cancer in …

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Superiorland Kiwanis Club of Marquette serves Christmas Eve community dinner

MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) – ‘It was Christmas Eve, and you could see volunteers. They distributed holiday meals to members of the community. For at least 30 years, the Superiorland Kiwanis Club in Marquette has served Christmas dinner. This year, the members decided to make a difference. “We put it on …

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Couple’s mushroom recipe to change the lives of tea workers

To date, the couple are training around 1,000 women, some of them from walled gardens, in regular cultivation and in large quantities. Binita paul | Siliguri | Posted on 12/25/21, 2:40 AM A couple from Siliguri are helping women residents of closed tea estates in the Siliguri subdivision, and families …

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Kenya: Nairobi residents rush to hinterland at last minute as fares soar

Nairobi – Kenyans flocked to bus stations in Nairobi’s central business district (CBD) on Friday in an attempt to make it into the interior of the country for the festivities, the majority of them expressing their anger at the increase in tariffs. A spot check by Capital FM found that …

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Community air monitoring grows in Houston as accessibility to local data expands – Houston Public Media

Juan Flores with Air Alliance Houston installs a PurpleAir monitor in a house in Jacinto City. When Debra Walker set up an air monitor in the front yard of her Sunnyside home a few months ago, she first got weird looks from her neighbors. “People thought they were cameras – …

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Chimpanzee sent to Kenyan sanctuary to learn to live with monkeys is beaten to death by other chimpanzees

Chimpanzee sent to Kenyan sanctuary to learn to live with monkeys after spending his entire life with humans is beaten to death by other chimpanzees Four-year-old Baran was killed just months after being transferred from Iran to Kenya She was raised by humans at Eman Zoo, Tehran, after being rejected …

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First long-acting injectable approved for HIV PrEP – Consumer Health News

TUESDAY December 21, 2021 (HealthDay News) – The United States Food and Drug Administration has approved the first long-acting injectable treatment for HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis, which is given every two months and offers an alternative to drugs oral daily, the agency announced Monday. Apretude (cabotegravir prolonged-release suspension for injection) is …

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‘Sex Cult Nun’ Says Discovering Self-Ownership Helped Her Free From The Family

Editor’s note: This interview deals with themes that may disturb some readers. Author Faith Jones was raised in the cult group Children of God (later known as The Family and The Family International). For most of his childhood, Jones lived in a commune in Macau, an island off the coast …

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Huntsville Community Development, volunteers renovate two homes owned by seniors

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – On Monday, volunteers helped the City of Huntsville Community Development Department renovate two homes owned by area seniors. Volunteers updated the exterior of the houses, added handicapped ramps, and helped clean up the yard. Remembering a Christmas Tradition in Huntsville The Deferred Maintenance Rehabilitation Program is a …

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Ruto unveils 50 lawyers to defend his program

Vice President William Ruto, who is linked to the United Democratic Alliance (UDA), unveiled 50 young lawyers to defend him and the party’s agenda. Dubbed the “UDA Lawyers Brigade,” the team led by UDA Legal Secretary Edward Muriu spoke to the media on Monday, December 20. Lawyers have been tasked …

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Patients with HIV are at higher risk of cardiac arrest: study | Health

A recent study looked at the risk of heart failure in people living with HIV and how that risk varies by age, sex, race and ethnicity. A new study has found that people living with HIV are at greater risk of developing heart failure than people without HIV. {{^ userSubscribe}} …

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Entire Households Should Stay Home If A Member Contracts Covid, Sage Advisors Sure | Coronavirus

Entire households should cancel gatherings and visits to events if a single member tests positive for Covid, as the others are likely infected too, according to government science advisers. The highly transmissible variant of Omicron spreads so rapidly that even if a single person in a tight-knit home or workgroup …

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Sunday story: Christmas for the community

For nearly a decade, Lee Ann and John Sawyer have celebrated Christmas surrounded by friends and family – and nearly 2,000 of their neighbors. Lee Ann is the Executive Director of Bypass RVA, a non-profit organization that John founded in 2012. The organization plans two major volunteer opportunities each year: …

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Rugby: Menengai Oilers beat MMUST to maintain perfect Kenya Cup start: standard sport

Timothy Okwemba (center) of Menengai Oilers fights with Western Bulls players in the Kenya Cup match played at the Nakuru Ask Exhibition Ground on February 1, 2020.Photo: Kipsang Joseph / Standard The Menengai Oilers maintained their perfect start to the 2021-2022 Kenya Cup season after defeating hosts Masinde Muliro University …

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Few inmates use flawed needle exchange program to protect against HIV: report

“The problem we have now is that there are so few participants. This suggests to me that there are probably still a lot of dirty needles out there and people are making bad choices because they are not convinced that the program the service has implemented is the right one …

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Bill Self Hopes Vaccines and Boosters Keep KU Basketball Taking a COVID Break This Season

Associated press Kansas head coach Bill Self watches from the bench during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Iowa State on Saturday, February 13, 2021, in Ames, Iowa. Kansas won 64-50. (AP Photo / Charlie Neibergall) As cases of COVID-19 among NFL, NBA, NHL and college …

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Community decorates Christmas tree in memory of man killed in West Haven fire – NBC Connecticut

A West Haven family whose uncle died after a fire last week planted a Christmas tree in his memory and community members have started decorating it. Frederick Hart, 88, died in a fire on December 6 at his Collis Street home in West Haven. Hart’s nephew John McCarthy describes him …

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Kenya: Ruto says critics oppose empowerment of ordinary Kenyans

Nairobi – Vice President William Ruto has said that his competitors have ganged up on him because they are against the empowerment of ordinary Kenyans. He said that only the bottom-up economic model led by the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) can transform the lives of ordinary citizens through the creation …

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Hindalco gives women sewing skills through “Project Prerana”

Bhubaneswar: As part of its attempt to empower women and empower them, the Hirakud unit of the Hindalco group from Aditya Birla in Odisha has launched a host of programs, including training in sewing through the Preranato project for local girls in and around its outskirts of the plant. The …

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Kenyan CEO among Ksh 169M Jack Ma contest winners

A Kenyan managing director (CEO) is among the top three finalists for billionaire Jack Ma’s Africa’s Business Heroes (ABH) award. Enda Sportswear CEO Navalayo Osembo placed third in one of Africa’s biggest and most prestigious start-up competitions, sponsored by the Chinese tycoon. The main objective of the competition is to …

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MedMira Announces Significant Reduction in Debt and

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, December 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Today, MedMira Inc. (MedMira) (TSXV: MIR) announces more than $ 5.23 million in funding to support corporate strategy of the company for the financial year 2022 by its main shareholder and parties. As part of the deal, MedMira receives a cash …

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DVIDS – News – Drug and Alcohol Rehab Counselors: The Steep Road to Helping Others

If you’ve ever met your Substance Abuse and Alcohol Rehabilitation Program (SARP) counselor, you might not know how difficult it is to help others. Some may know that SARP counselors take three months of training, but how many know that SARP training has an average graduation rate of 30%? First …

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Opposition to local shelters further worsens the plight of vulnerable families

Finding accommodations for everyone (photo: Emil Cohen / City Council) On October 29, the New York City Department of Social Services sent a letter to Brooklyn Community Board 11 advising of the construction of a homeless shelter in Bensonhurst. The facility would serve 75 families with children, with priority given …

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Kenya emerges as a leader in the fight against plastic pollution – Supplements

TEXT: Kenya is emerging as a leader in the fight against plastic pollution and is among the first countries in East Africa to limit single-use plastics and sign the Clean Seas initiative to clear yards water from plastic waste. Juliette Biao, United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) regional director for Africa, …

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HIV-positive man who unknowingly had sex with a minor in jail

A girl crouched down. (PHOTO: Getty Images) SINGAPORE – After his release from prison, a man who worked in an animal shelter trained a 14-year-old volunteer to be his apprentice and his girlfriend. The 41-year-old already had a four-year-old girlfriend and was infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), but …

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Compassionate friends remember loved ones who left too soon

LIMA – The holidays can be difficult for families if they mourn the deaths of loved ones. It’s especially hard after losing a child. Compassionate Friends organized a global candle-lighting ceremony on Sunday evening, in which candles were lit for an hour to honor the memory of the sons, daughters, …

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Maryland to invest $ 63 million in community and economic development

Governor Larry Hogan on Friday announced $ 63 million in awards for Maryland’s revitalization programs. Governor Larry Hogan on Friday announced $ 63 million in rewards for Maryland’s revitalization programs, according to a state government press release. The funds will be distributed to 214 projects and activities focused on community …

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Kenya: be careful, they could betray you – Ruto Alliés à Raila

Lodwar – Leaders allied with Vice President William Ruto have warned opposition leader Raila Odinga of a possible betrayal ploy following the launch of his presidential bid through the Azimio La initiative Umoja. Odinga launched his candidacy on Friday at a big show attended by thousands of people and a …

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DC Reviews NRLM Performance Prior to VVIP Visit

Deputy Commissioner Poonch, Inder Jeet, chaired a meeting of the National Rural Livelihoods Mission (NRLM) department to review its performance ahead of the VVIP’s visit to the border district. The meeting was attended by District Program Manager, NRLM, Mohammad Owais Karni, Block Program Managers and other concerned officers. Digipays registration. …

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LCRA awards over $ 730,000 in grants to community projects in the region

AUSTIN (KXAN) – More than 30 community projects across the region have just received a big boost in funding, thanks to the Lower Colorado River Authority. The agency announced Friday that it has awarded more than $ 730,000 in grants to projects in its power, water and transmission areas. The …

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Coming to a clinic near you: Kenya’s COVID-19 vaccination campaign gets a boost

NAIROBI, Dec.10 (Reuters) – Now that rich countries are sharing more COVID-19 vaccines with Africa, health officials across the continent are scrambling to overcome vaccine reluctance and logistical challenges to bring the doses in the arms fairly quickly before they expire. Penda Health, a Nairobi-based channel providing low-cost private health …

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Costs and impact on HIV transmission of moving from a criminalization to a public health approach to injecting drug use in Eastern Europe and Central Asia: a modeling analysis

Fund The incidence of HIV is increasing in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, mainly due to injecting drug use. Coverage of antiretroviral therapy (ART) and opioid agonist therapy is suboptimal, with many people who inject drugs (PWID) being incarcerated. Our objective was to assess whether using the money saved through …

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UW offers a wide variety of free student mental health resources The Badger Herald

College students grapple with increased rates of mental health problems during the pandemic, according to a recent study by the American College Health Association. Students reported increased psychological stress and loneliness, and 1 in 4 had considered suicide, according to the study. Another recent study by BMC Psychology confirmed this …

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Allied Orion Group plans multi-family development in Whisper Valley community

HOUSTON, December 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Allied Orion Group Plans to Develop The Evergreen in Whisper Valley, a 350-unit garden-style apartment community located in Whisper Valley – Austin’s 2021 Community of the Year and 2021 Project of the Year at the Austin Green Awards. The Evergreen will be …

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Kenya: Kisii police officers will be trained in emotional intelligence

Nairobi – A section of Kisii County police officers is expected to benefit from the emotional intelligence training program following the increase in cases of mental illness among law enforcement officers in the country. The four-day program that began on Wednesday aims to empower security officers to deal with emotions, …

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Study: Medicaid expansion failed to boost critical hospital operations

A new study has found that hospitals covered by the Medicaid expansion have not seen improved quality scores or better staffing levels. Water quality issues, HIV / AIDS issues, poison gas, legal marijuana and many more are also in the news. Modern Healthcare: Medicaid Expansion Has Not Improved Critical Access …

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Practical advice if you end up isolating yourself with covid

Finding out that you have tested positive for Covid-19 may come as a surprise, especially if you have not planned for the period of isolation that will follow. The Department of Health has information on the Unite against Covid-19 website to help families prepare for covid in their households and …

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7 things to do in Kenya that promise wildlife encounters without any of the crowds

But the Reteti Wildlife Sanctuary was created by and for the indigenous community, rather than as a result of foreign intervention. As such, cultural nuances affecting wildlife conservation are easily understood and incorporated into elephant assistance programs. It takes some planning to reach Reteti as it requires a charter flight …

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New VA study shows virtual visits for HIV patients to work

Like other providers, the VA has seen a significant and pandemic increase in virtual tours. In 2019, 27% of visits were virtual compared to 64% in 2020. The World Health Organization has long advocated for easier access and less time spent in health facilities for people living with HIV, and …

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How to plan for the care of your child with special needs after your death

Maskot | Maskot | Getty Images For parents who have a child with special needs, planning for the life of their loved one after they leave can be overwhelming. Breaking the process down into manageable parts and working with specialist professionals and companies can help. “The top three structures a …

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Afrexim Bank to invest in Kenya-based companies

Capital markets Afrexim Bank to invest in Kenya-based businesses Monday 06 December 2021 Afreximbank Headquarters in Cairo, Egypt. PHOTO | COURTESY | AFREXIMBANK By BRIAN NGUGIMore from this author Summary Afrexim, which finances and promotes African trade, says it will work with government and the private sector to fund various …

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JI 20 years later: Rehabilitated, reintegrated, Political news & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – When the first members of Jemaah Islamiah were arrested and questioned 20 years ago, investigators realized that detention alone would not be enough to combat the radical religious ideology in which members of the JI had been brainwashed. Two leading Islamic scholars – Ustaz Mohd Hasbi Hassan and …

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Northern Lehigh’s memorable state football semi-final brings community together

Times have been tough in recent years as the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted so many people and left communities debating policies. It has been difficult for cities and school districts to come together and be 100 percent together on something. That’s what Northern Lehigh football team and his impressive state …

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Kenya Power bosses announce major reforms to restart utility company

Kenya Power board chairwoman Vivienne Yeda (left) and interim CEO Rosemary Oduor at the company’s 100th annual general meeting in Nairobi. [Courtesy] Kenya Power is on the cusp of a “clean slate” through the overhaul of key processes such as sourcing and asset divestiture as part of ongoing reforms to …

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Pandemic Life Two other work modules open in New Town

Startups looking for affordable office space now have two more options in New Town. Hidco’s first Happy Works work package opened in August, across from Coal Bhavan. On Friday, two more doors opened. One is opposite Eco Park’s Seven Wonders attraction while the second is next to Sankalpa 2, a …

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North Little Rock School District seeks community mentors as violence and loss of learning increase

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – In the North Little Rock School District, data shows an increase in violence and learning losses among its students. The district says positive role models are needed more than ever, as they have seen an increase in behavior problems and a decline in academic performance. …

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Kenya increases uptake and equity of COVID-19 vaccinations

Like many others in Siaya County, western Kenya, Margaret Awino, a member of the Doho Ukwaka Magombe Masat Association (DUMMA) women’s group, feared receiving the COVID-19 vaccine due to negative rumors circulating. in the community. “When the COVID-19 vaccination was introduced, I heard people say it would kill the elderly. …

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World AIDS Day – ABC Columbia

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO) – To p.t. people gathered on the steps of South Carolina State House to raise awareness about HIV in honor of World AIDS Day. DHEC from South Carolina as well as other community organizations have encouraged people to stop the spread of HIV. Often times, HIV stigma …

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When autonomy improves team performance – and when it doesn’t

From GitHub to Google, companies are increasingly adopting policies that allow teams substantial autonomy over both who they work with and what they work on. It can help employees feel more involved in their work, thereby stimulating creativity and innovation, but recent research suggests it’s easy to go too far …

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University community lobbies to support Afghan evacuees – The Williams Record

Students and faculty are pushing for the College to admit students evacuated from the American University of Afghanistan. (Photo courtesy of Inside higher education.) After the Western-backed democratic government in Afghanistan fell to the Taliban last August, many Afghan university students face an uncertain and intimidating future. Some have fled …

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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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