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How will I be affected if I fail in a loan installment? If youfall behindwith an installment credit and your credit score is affected, it will be affected.If your credit score falls and lenders view you as riskier.As a result, you may not be eligible for the most favorable rates …

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Prey’s New Print Series Supports UNICEF – Knox County VillageSoup

PORT CLYDE/NEW YORK – Internationally acclaimed artist Barbara Prey’s iconic painting ‘Standing Together’ was painted as Russia invaded Ukraine and she has produced a limited edition digital print for this holiday season. A portion of the proceeds along with a selection of prints from recent paintings will benefit UNICEF’s efforts …

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A’Ibom launches distribution of 3.7 million insecticide-treated mosquito nets

The Akwa Ibom state government has said it will start distributing around 3.7 million insecticide-treated bed nets to households in the state’s 31 local government areas from December 17 to 21, 2022. Health Commissioner Prof. Augustine Umoh revealed this on Wednesday during a media briefing at the Secretariat of State, …

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Calls to remove prescription fees for community service card holders

A petition to scrap the prescription fee for people with Community Service Cards has been presented to Parliament. The 4,000-signature petition, written by the Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) and the United Community Action Network (UCANNZ), aims to lower the barrier to health care for low-income households struggling to pay …

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Regional Management Corp. (NYSE:RM) Basswood Capital Management director L sells 63,093 shares

Regional management company (NYSE:RM – Get a rating) Director Basswood Capital Management, L sold 63,093 shares of Regional Management in a trade on Thursday, November 17. The stock was sold at an average price of $28.58, for a total transaction of $1,803,197.94. Following the completion of the sale, the director …

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EU donates €33 million (ETB 1.8 billion) to UNICEF and WFP to restore essential education services and implement school feeding programs in the affected areas conflict in Ethiopia – Ethiopia

Attachments Addis Ababa, 21 November 2022 – The European Union (EU), through its partnership with UNICEF and the United Nations World Food Program (WFP), has granted €33 million (1.8 billion Ethiopian birr) to restore education services and implement school feeding programs so that children living in conflict-affected areas in Ethiopia …

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Stay well and don’t ignore any insect bites

The docs warn against scrub typhus that people tend to ignore as a normal skin infection Many must be unaware of Scrub Typhus disease, which is caused by an insect bite leading to health problems such as fever, headaches and chills and can even be fatal if left untreated. Late, …

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Reforming children! Specially Disabled Girl Chairs UNICEF Bengal for a Day and Proposes Inclusive Changes

Ittesama Khatun, a 16-year-old hard-of-hearing and hard-of-hearing girl, was invited on November 17 to take on the role of Field Officer at the United Nations International Children’s Fund (UNICEF), West Bengal, for one day. This decision was made in the context of several events leading up to the World Children’s …

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Here’s how to help Massachusetts pantries and those in need

The phones ring regularly at the Worcester County Food Bank. “Everyone wants to help,” said general manager Jean G. McMurray. “The other side is the phone calls and emails we get from people looking for help.” Food banks and food pantries across Massachusetts are seeing more and more needs. Rising …

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Bestway Group sends medicines to Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Bestway Group is taking the initiative to provide humanitarian aid to people affected by the floods in Pakistan, as the group has been working earnestly for the past eight months to rehabilitate the population. Recently, an event was organized in this regard at the headquarters of the Bestway group …

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As COP27 enters its final days, 70% of Afghan children are at risk from extreme weather events as drought is expected to last until 2023 – Save the Children

A portrait of 10-year-old Fahim* outside his home in drought-stricken Afghanistan – Aashiqullah Mandozai / Save the Children KABUL, November 17, 2022 – As world leaders prepare for the final days of climate negotiations at COP27, 70% of children in Afghanistan – one of the world’s most vulnerable countries to …

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Credit card fees will be reviewed in January

Laurent Agcaoili – The Star of the Philippines November 17, 2022 | 00:00 MANILA, Philippines — Credit card issuers are eagerly awaiting a review of the credit card transaction cap to be conducted by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) in January. The Credit Card Association of the Philippines (CCAP) …

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7.1 Lakh students will be trained by UNICEF to work as “climate change warriors”

Maharashtra’s Department of Higher and Technical Education has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the United Nations International Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Mumbai to launch a youth-led initiative where students can work as ” climate change warriors. It aims to conserve natural resources while tackling the problems posed by climate change. …

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World Bank team reviews use of emergency flood funds

CARACHI: Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and a World Bank delegation led by Regional Director John Roome discussed the $163.8 million funds reallocated to emergency flood works and reviewed their progress. The meeting was attended by the provincial ministers, chief secretary, chairman of planning and development department and relevant …

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G20 must act quickly to tackle the hunger crisis

Attachments A serious hunger crisis is getting worse every day and girls are among the most affected. As world leaders prepare to meet for the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia on November 15-16, a severe hunger crisis is worsening by the day and girls are among the worst affected. We …

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Goeasy Ltd. Fiscal Year 2022 Profit Estimate issued by Cormark (TSE:GSY)

goeasy ltd. (EAST: GSY – Get a rating) – Cormark equity research analysts have reduced their earnings per share (EPS) estimates for the fiscal year 2022 for goeasy in a research note published on Friday, November 11. Cormark analyst J. Fenwick now expects the company to earn $11.40 per share …

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SIBF: Shoaib Akhtar strikes a chord with audiences as he recounts a poor childhood and mercurial rise – News

Akhtar recalls how he overcame insurmountable odds to become the world’s fastest bowler Shoaib Akhtar with moderator Tarannum. Photo: Supplied Published: Sun 13 Nov 2022, 11:32 PM For years, former Pakistani pacer Shoaib Akthar has terrorized opponents with his brutal pace; On Sunday at the Sharjah International Book Fair, he …

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UNICEF Ma’rib Humanitarian Action Update – September 2022 – Yemen

Attachments Key Achievements WASHING 192,465 people had access to clean water for drinking, cooking and bathing.401,022 people received essential water, sanitation and hygiene supplies and services and messages on proper hygiene practices. Health 509,806 children under 10 vaccinated against poliomyelitis.184,676 children vaccinated against measles.152,466 children and women had access to …

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NEMA donates grain and relief materials to Kwara

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has handed over food and other items to the Kwara State Government as part of the Federal Government’s special response of assorted cereals and relief materials approved for distribution to those affected by the 2022 floods and other natural and man-made disasters. Mustapha Ahmed, …

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Queen Rania demands ‘Arab dish on the table’ at home and bans children from ‘fast food’

Queen Rania, 52, shared that after returning from college, there is one particular dish that her children dream of – the Arabic dish, mansaf. The Jordanian royal, who has four children, spoke about the importance of teaching families about their local cuisine, as she spoke with the team behind a …

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Research: Rating Action: Moody’s Assigns Provisional Rating to SoFi Consumer Lending Program 2022-1S Trust

No related data. © 2022 Moody’s Corporation, Moody’s Investors Service, Inc., Moody’s Analytics, Inc. and/or their licensors and affiliates (collectively, “MOODY’S”). All rights reserved. THE CREDIT RATINGS ISSUED BY MOODY’S CREDIT RATINGS AFFILIATES CONSTITUTE THEIR CURRENT OPINIONS ON THE RELATIVE FUTURE CREDIT RISK OF THE ENTITIES, CREDIT COMMITMENTS, INDEBTEDNESS …

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Desperate Families Need Help From Second Winter Relief Fund – Paul Carberry

The cost of living crisis has been a constant topic in the news cycle this year and forecasts surrounding the situation as winter approaches seem heartbreaking to say the least. Many families in Scotland will suffer from soaring energy bills, leaving them with painful decisions about whether to supply the …

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US official meets Ukrainian children at UNICEF center in Warsaw

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — The United States ambassador to the United Nations said Wednesday that she does not expect the U.S. midterm elections to weaken Washington’s support for Ukraine given the bipartisan support for Kyiv since Russia invaded its neighbor. Linda Thomas-Greenfield spoke after visiting a UNICEF center in Warsaw …

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Rebuilding the future in Pakistan after the floods – Pakistan

Pakistan is one of the ten countries most affected by climate change in the world, despite being responsible for only 1% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Today, after the devastating floods that have swept the country in recent months, 1,543 health centers have been partially or completely destroyed, depriving millions …

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Edinburgh food charity launches healthy eating workshops for children

A Edinburghh The charity will run two community workshops this month aimed at helping parents provide healthier diets for their little ones. Edinburgh Community Food’s Healthy Little Foodies project visits locations across the city to talk to families about weaning, picky eating and all aspects of baby and toddler nutrition. …

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UNICEF will receive $20 million from the Clarios Foundation

Children in Cambodia and 13 other developing countries will benefit from better protection under a global partnership between the Clarios Foundation and UNICEF. According to the press release issued jointly by the two organizations last week, the Clarios Foundation, an unnamed charitable corporation based in the United States and funded …

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How to protect your children from malaria – Ridge Times

With summer fast approaching and some families planning to spend their December holidays in areas where malaria is prevalent, we take a look at what malaria is and how you can protect yourself and your children against it. sickness. The mosquito is the main vector of malaria, a serious and …

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Burundi Food Security Outlook, October 2022 to May 2023 – Burundi

Attachments Delayed season Rain will delay the harvest, leading to an extended lean season KEY MESSAGES • Food stocks from a near-average 2022 Season B harvest and regular access to typical sources of income result in Minimal (IPC Phase 1) food security outcomes for many households, except in the Eastern …

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StockNews.com starts covering Salisbury Bancorp (NASDAQ:SAL)

Equity research analysts at StockNews.com began to cover the shares of Salisbury Bancorp (NASDAQ: SAL – Get a rating) in a research report released Saturday. The company has placed a “hold” rating on the bank’s shares. Salisbury Bancorp price performance Shares of Stock SAL opened at $27.01 on Friday. The …

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UNICEF chief stresses need for access to eastern Ukraine

UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell speaks in an interview in Tokyo on November 4, 2022. (Kyodo) The head of the United Nations Children’s Fund acknowledged on Friday that the aid organization does not have access to the eastern part of Ukraine where Russia has claimed authority amid the ongoing conflict. …

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NEMA donates relief items to Borno flood victims

November 3, 2022November 3, 202295 The National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, has donated relief items to flood victims in Borno State. Presenting the items to Governor Babagana Zulum in Maiduguri, the Agency’s Director General, Alhaji Mustapha Ahmed, explained that the donation followed President Muhammadu Buhari’s endorsement …

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Food for Life by Tim Spector review – the science of eating well | Food and drink books

Jim Spector, epidemiologist and co-founder of the ZOE nutrition study, wants to change the way people think about food. His 2015 book The Diet Myth popularized the idea that each of us has a unique and ever-changing gut microbiome that is crucial to our health. Spoon fed, in 2020, exposed …

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UNICEF and USAID hand over 22 washing stations to Ministry of Health

The facilities were built at a cost of 2 million USD, with 5 stations each in the Upper River, Central River and Lower River regions; 2 in the North Bank region, 3 in the North Bank East region and 2 in the West Coast region. The project also provides a …

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Sindh cabinet convenes international conference to discuss flood devastation

KARACHI-Sindh Chief Minister (CM) Syed Murad Ali Shah with the approval of the cabinet has decided to convene a two-day international conference to discuss the destruction caused by the floods in the province and explore the technical means to rebuild the irrigation and drainage system so that the impact of …

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‘Pumpkin Smash’ will help prevent waste

COMMUNITIES across the city and county are invited to help prevent food and household waste this Halloween. A ‘pumpkin smashing’ event will take place at Stokes Wood Allotments, Stokes Drive in Leicester on November 12, where people are invited to bring their carved pumpkins for composting. An estimated 22.2million pumpkins …

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Eagle Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ:EGBN) sees a significant drop in short-term interest

Eagle Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: EGBN – Get a rating) was the target of a significant drop in short interest in October. As of October 15, there was short interest totaling 630,100 shares, down 10.1% from the September 30 total of 700,600 shares. Based on an average trading volume of 133,900 …

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Operation Christmas Child: Wrapping a Gift That Lasts – American Press

Operation Christmas Child: wrap a gift that lasts Posted at 5:20 a.m. on Sunday, October 30, 2022 Receiving a gift box can bring joy to children in need. Many of them have never received a gift of any kind. (Photo courtesy of Samaritan’s Purse) As the Christmas season approaches, Lee …

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Sindh needs global support to rebuild schools: Sardar Shah

Sindh Minister Sardar Shah during a meeting with UNICEF delegates in Karachi on October 29, 2022. Twitter The Sindh minister said he needs the support of the world to rebuild school infrastructure. Says UNICEF has helped set up more than 2,000 temporary learning centers. A UNICEF official insists on the …

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Tanzania: Zero malaria in Zanzibar by 2027, realistic?

Zero Malaria: Through the President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI), Zanzibar plans to end the prevalence of malaria by 2027 as part of the island’s initiatives to improve well-being and increase the tourism. Health security is a major tourism consideration when tourists are planning to go on safari in Africa. The prevalence …

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Optimism about the success of the next generation is falling

Comment this story Comment My three children in their twenties all live at home. They are all university graduates. One has a master’s degree. They are employed. They have no credit card debt. And unlike millions of their peers, they don’t have student loans. (My husband and I also did …

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Editorial Approval: Letitia James for New York Attorney General

The job of the New York Attorney General can be as broad or limited as its occupant chooses. Letitia James took a broad view, tackling issues such as abortion access, child poverty and the quality of nursing homes, alongside the office’s traditional remit of corruption, weapons fire, drugs and white …

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RAJANT WORLD MUSIC BENEFIT FOR UNICEF ON NOVEMBER 8 AT

Malvern, Pennsylvania (USA), Oct. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Rajant Corporation, the pioneer of Kinetic Mesh® wireless networks, will host the third annual World Music Benefit for UNICEF. The star-studded event raises awareness and encourages donations for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the United Nations agency responsible for providing …

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Study reveals protective effect of polyphenols on cardiovascular health in adolescents

Consumption of polyphenols in adolescents is associated with better cardiovascular health, according to a collaborative research study that includes the participation of the University of Barcelona, ​​Clínic-IDIBAPS Hospital, the Network Biomedical Research Center for Pathophysiology of the Obesity and Nutrition (CIBEROBN), the Spanish Cardiovascular Research Network (CIBERCV) and the SHE …

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Enfield Expedition | A quarter of a million London children living in food poverty

The new report from the London Assembly paints a grim picture of struggling families in the capital, reports local democracy reporter Joe Talora City hall As many as 250,000 children in London live in food poverty, according to a ‘heartbreaking’ new report. A 2021 to 2022 survey by the Mayor …

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Allianz in Egypt and UNICEF support workshops for young people

Sobhy: We have been running the “Meshwary” program in cooperation with UNICEF since 2008, training more than 400,000 young people in 15 provinces of the Nile Delta and southern Egypt. Hegazy: At Allianz, we are proud of our support for the program, helping 142,000 young people in 2022, with the …

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Chefs: behind healthy food choices, promoting children’s health

Chefs: behind healthy food choices, promoting healthy children Student of Ilupeju Secondary School, Lagoswith its Artwork on International Chefs Day event organized by Nestlé Professional, Nestlé Nigeria PLC, on October 20, 2022 in LagosAn analysis by Vivian Ihechu, Nigeria News Agency “Lack or excess nutrition issues always encompass inappropriate choices …

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CMS Dividend Announcement $0.4600/share 10/21/2022

CMS Energy Corp (NYSE:CMS) on 10/21/2022 declared a dividend of $0.4600 per share payable November 30, 2022 to shareholders of record as of November 04, 2022. The amount of the dividend recorded is an increase of 0.01 $ compared to the last dividend paid. CMS Energy Corp (NYSE: CMS) has …

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FACT SHEET: US bailout funds have provided a vital lifeline to 200,000 childcare providers – helping millions of families to work

Today the White House announced that the US bailout – through its landmark $24 billion Child Care Stabilization Program – has already provided vital aid to help more than 200,000 child care providers keep their doors open to 9.5 million children, helping their parents to work. Stabilization funds have already …

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The Philippines is the top 5 countries in the world with zero dose of children – Philippines

Bold actions needed to protect children with routine life-saving vaccines MANILA, October 21, 2022 – UNICEF Philippines, on World Polio Day, revealed that the Philippines has 1 million children who have not received a single dose of childhood vaccine. In 2021, the Philippines was the top 5 contributor to the …

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Shakopee Couple Indicted For Their Role In $250M Fueling Our Future Fraud Scheme | USAO-MN

ST. PAUL, Minnesota — Mekfira Hussein and Abduljabar Hussein have been charged for their roles in the $250 million fraudulent scheme that operated a federally funded infant nutrition program during the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Attorney has announced. Andrew M. Luger. According to court documents, Mekfira Hussein, 38, was the …

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Goldman’s Marcus records $110 billion in deposits

Amid macro headwinds, Goldman Sachs‘digital banking is a work in progress. And now, according to the company, Mark will be integrated into the company’s asset and wealth management unit. Separately, a new division will contain banking transactions and credit cards launched with Apple and General Engines. The reorganization was announced …

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Floods ravage 257 health facilities and schools in Jigawa as UNICEF and lawmakers announce N280m support

At least 257 health facilities and schools have been destroyed by widespread flooding caused by torrential rains in Jigawa state since August. UNICEF Senior Director of Education Michael Banda said as much on Friday during a visit to the state to deliver supplies worth around 231 million naira to people …

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Lower water level of Manchhar Lake: Sharjeel

Sindh Information and Transport Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon said Sindh government relief activities for flood victims are ongoing across the province and will continue until full rehabilitation of those affected. In a statement released on Saturday, it said water was running at a low level at all three dams in …

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“I cooked it! »: Meet the schools where students grow, pick and cook their own lunch | Schools

SSix-year-old Zuriel stood in the school lunch line and stared at the steaming vegetable noodles on the counter. “I don’t want to eat that,” he whispered. “There are things in it that I have never tasted before.” Seven-year-old Ali, standing nearby, overheard. Bursting with pride and eager to reassure, he …

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Liz Truss leads pro-poverty coalition: Yorkshire Post Letters

I have written to you twice since 2020 on the issue of child poverty in Bradford, I continue to feel great dismay at our government’s failure to meet the needs of our most vulnerable. A strong social security system benefits everyone. It is there for us at every stage of …

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BayCom Corp (NASDAQ:BCML) Short Interest Down 17.5% in September

BayCom Corp (NASDAQ: BCML – Get a rating) was the target of a sharp drop in short-term interest rates during the month of September. As of September 30, there was short interest totaling 167,900 shares, down 17.5% from the total of 203,500 shares as of September 15. Based on an …

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A morning at the cholera treatment center – Haiti

More than 350 suspected cases of cholera have been reported in Haiti. More than half are under 14 years old. Ndiaga Seck The entrance opens onto a spacious room, where a hundred beds and chairs are lined up. They are full. The Cholera Treatment Center (CTC) of the Haitian Group …

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Accelerating efforts to drain floodwaters: Sharjeel

Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon said on Friday that the evacuation of flood waters from the affected areas had been expedited while government relief activities also continued. The Minister, in a statement released here, said heavy pumping machinery from the Irrigation and Engineering Departments of Public Health and the …

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Why Food Fortification Keeps Going Stronger

Consumer appetite for fortified foods is on the rise. In a recent DSM consumers survey52% of consumers in Asia, 42% in North America and 33% in Europe said they actively seek out fortified foods and beverages with nutritious ingredients on store shelves. Such estimates have led to bullish forecasts and …

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ALPIB Dividend announcement $0.1800/share 10/13/2022

Cl B Com/Alpine Banks of Colorado (OTCBB:ALPIB) declared on 10/13/2022 a dividend of $0.1800 per share payable October 31, 2022 to shareholders of record as of October 24, 2022. Cl B Com/Alpine Banks of Colorado (OTCBB: ALPIB) has paid dividends since 2019, has a current dividend yield of 2.3225808144% and …

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The pandemic drop in food insecurity among families with children

Food insecurity Food insecurity By Diane Schanzenbach·October 13, 2022 Northwestern University The problem: In 2020, at the start of the COVID pandemic, federal, state and local governments responded with historic and unprecedented levels of support to protect American families from the double whammy of a health crisis and massive loss …

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UNICEF partners with Bangladesh’s garment industry to support working mothers

TBS Report October 13, 2022, 11:05 a.m. Last modification: October 13, 2022, 11:10 a.m. A mother feeds her child a traditional Bangladeshi diet consisting mainly of rice, vegetables, pulses and a small amount of animal foods, in this case fish. Photo: UNICEF “> A mother feeds her child a traditional …

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How proper nutrition and sleep can help prevent malaria in children – Nancy Umeh | The Guardian Nigeria News

By Goalkeeper Nigeria October 12, 2022 | 2:14 p.m. Nancy Umeh, author, registered nurse, public health consultant and professional chef, advised parents on other ways they can deploy to ensure their children and wards live a malaria-free life. Malaria has remained endemic in Nigeria, defying various solutions which have been …

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United States Provides $5 Million to WHO to Support Integrated Health Response for Crisis-Affected and Food-Insecure Communities in South Sudan | WHO

JUBA – The United States government, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), has provided $5 million to the World Health Organization (WHO) to support a health response program for communities affected by crises and acute food insecurity in South Sudan. This funding brings USAID’s humanitarian contribution to …

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IIEDC, UNICEF India and Move Beyond sign Tripartite Agreement at NIT Srinagar

IIEDC, UNICEF India and Move Beyond sign Tripartite Agreement at NIT Srinagar Such collaborations serve humanity across technological dimensions: Dir NIT Posted by RK News on Tuesday, October 11, 2022 Srinagar, October 09: Innovation, Incubation and Entrepreneurship Development Center (IIEDC), National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar, UNICEF India and Move …

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St Mary’s Luddenden team strengthens diocesan bond with Tanzania

A team from St Mary’s Luddenden worked hand in hand with our sisters and brothers in Mmazame, Tanzania on a recent trip to one of our liaison dioceses. The team, made up of parish liaison Keith Rowe, Daren Wilkinson, Clive Horseman, Jess Yorke and Fergus Kitching, have helped with building …

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What credit score do you need?

For travel enthusiasts, the Capital One Venture Rewards credit card is a great choice if you’re looking to earn rewards on flights and hotel stays. It’s one of the best travel rewards credit cards on the market, offering plenty of opportunities to earn and redeem Capital One miles, plus a …

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UNICEF to help establish 10 tent hospitals

PESHAWAR: The Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government has finalized plans to set up 10 field hospitals in flood-hit districts of the province with the help of UNICEF, official sources said on Thursday. “All the necessary equipment has been acquired, but due to the unavailability of qualified personnel locally to establish such hospitals, …

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Marie Stopes Society sends relief to Rajanpur flood victims

LAHORE – Marie Stopes Society, a local NGO, dispatched a relief truck to flood victims in Rajanpur on Thursday. Lahore Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Murtaza and senior members of the Marie Stopes Society graced the occasion. Speaking on the occasion, Lahore AC Murtaza said rehabilitation of flood affected people and provision …

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In an empty kitchen, a Yemeni family struggles with hunger

According to the UN, 60% of Yemenis lack food The truce has brought respite but the hunger is growing Many people are at breaking point, says WFP official International aid covers only half of Yemen’s needs SANAA, Oct 6 (Reuters) – In the bare kitchen of her home in the …

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Waterstone Financial, Inc. (NASDAQ:WSBF) will issue a quarterly dividend of $0.20

Waterstone Financial, Inc. (NASDAQ: WSBF – Get a rating) declared a quarterly dividend on Tuesday, September 27, Zacks reports. Shareholders of record on Monday October 10 will be paid a dividend of 0.20 per share by the savings and loan company on Tuesday November 1. This represents a dividend of …

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Students will get free breakfast for 4 months at 500 schools in deprived areas

Pupils from 500 primary schools in disadvantaged neighborhoods will benefit from a free breakfast at school until the end of January. Poverty Policy ministers Carola Schouten and Dennis Wiersma want to stop children going to school hungry because their parents are running out of money due to inflation and high …

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Dell Technologies Partners with UNICEF USA to Support the Global Giga Initiative

ROUND ROCK, Texas, October 3, 2022 — Dell Technologies announced a partnership with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in the United States to support Giga, a global initiative by UNICEF and ITU to connect every school to the Internet by 2030 and every young person to information, opportunities and …

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Floods inundate 100 homes in Akyem Oda

Four days of torrential rains have wreaked havoc in Akyem Oda in the Eastern region. The rains caused flooding in many areas of the city, destroying more than 100 houses and rendering more than 400 people homeless. Some of the victims are currently housed in classrooms, while others are housed …

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4 Indian ingredients to include in children’s diets to ensure growth and health

Getting children to eat a balanced and healthy diet is a challenge for most parents. Whether it’s limited food preferences, developing tastes and temper tantrums, or just being restless, there are many reasons children struggle to finish a plate of healthy food. Although the basics of a healthy diet remain …

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First Commonwealth Financial Co. (NYSE:FCF) Brief Interest Update

First Commonwealth Financial Co. (NYSE: FCF – Get a rating) was the target of a significant increase in short-term interest in September. As of September 15, there was short interest totaling 2,780,000 shares, an increase of 21.4% from the total of 2,290,000 shares as of August 31. Based on an …

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According to UNICEF, 1 in 10 Cambodian children are victims of online sexual abuse and exploitation

Cambodia and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) released a new report on Friday suggesting that one in 10 Cambodian children have experienced online sexual abuse and exploitation in the past year. Produced by the Cambodian National Council for Children of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans Affairs and Youth …

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Allegan County wild crow tests positive for West Nile virus

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) informed the Allegan County Health Department (ACHD) on Thursday that a wild crow had tested positive for West Nile virus (WNV) in the county. from Allegan. The bird was found dead in a yard in Otsego. ACHD has not had any …

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Symptoms, treatment, diet, vaccine safety

An egg allergy is a very common food allergy in children, causing a significant effect on the quality of life of the child and the family. However, many children will outgrow the allergy as they get older. In the United States, approximately 0.9% of all children and 1.3% of children …

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UK: Money for the rich, money for war, but not for education

As the school year in the UK begins, schools are facing an existential funding crisis. School leaders, who are already struggling to balance their budgets, warn of cuts to the curriculum, layoffs of staff and increased class sizes. According to the Institute of Fiscal Studies, spending per student in 2024-25 …

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Ukraine receives nearly 700,000 doses of polio vaccine from UNICEF [EN/UK] – Ukraine

Ukraine receives nearly 700,000 doses of polio vaccine from UNICEF [EN/UK] – Ukraine

Attachments The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has delivered 600,000 doses of oral polio vaccine (OPV) and 99,720 doses of inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) to Ukraine, with financial assistance from the Agency United States for International Development (USAID) and the Government. Ukraine received the vaccines free of charge as part …

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Tom Kerridge: Even Michelin-starred chefs have to trick their kids into eating vegetables

Jom Kerridge has the best trick for getting her six-year-old to eat vegetables. “It doesn’t matter who your parents are – I’m a chef with two Michelin stars and I always try to get my little man to eat cabbage,” says the father-of-one. So he tries to ‘trick’ his son …

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2 value stocks to buy now

Image source: Getty Images The S&P/TSX Composite Index is down 14.45% from its 52-week high at the time of writing. The decline in Canada’s benchmark equity index mirrors the state of the broader equity market, indicating substantial discounts across the board. Most TSX-listed stocks are trading at 20-50% discounts from …

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‘No child should go hungry during the school day’: Who still qualifies for free school meals – and how do you know?

By Zoe Han As the federal government’s universal school meals program draws to a close, nutrition experts are urging eligible parents to send in applications The universal school meals program will not continue in the current school year, which means that all school meals will not be free for the …

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Job: Chief, Planning and Monitoring (Results-Based Management) at UNICEF

For every child, results In Nigeria, UNICEF works within a complex humanitarian and development framework to realize and protect children’s rights in partnership with government, civil society, children and families. UNICEF Nigeria is one of the largest UNICEF country offices in the world. How can you tell the difference? You …

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Flood-affected communities are starting to return home to rebuild their lives from scratch

Multan-Flood-affected communities in Rajanpur and Dera Ghazi Khan have started returning to their villages and towns, either flattened or partially damaged, triggered by monsoon rains not seen in decades. “All we want now is to make a fresh start, to rebuild our lives,” said Abdur Rauf Sheikh, a middle-aged furniture …

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Russians occupying Kharkiv region demanded personal data in exchange for food | Ukraine

Bthe only operating store in alakliia was packed. Residents who had spent six months under Russian occupation lined up to buy bread, salami and frozen mackerel. “When the Russians came, I lost 10 kilos. My wife lost eight kilos. There was almost nothing to eat for the first two months,” …

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Personal finance: As “buy now, pay later” plans grow, so do delinquencies

Americans have become fond of “buy now, pay later” services, but the “pay later” part is becoming increasingly difficult for some borrowers. Buy now, pay later loans allow users to pay for items such as new sneakers, electronics, or luxury goods in installments. Companies such as Affirm, Afterpay, Klarna, and …

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School Board Candidate with School District Committee Experience Seeks Next Step to Board Table – Nanaimo News Bulletin

A Nanaimo parent who worked on the Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools Inclusiveness and Truth and Reconciliation Committees wants to apply his experience to the school board table. Leana Pellegrin has 11 years of experience volunteering with at-risk youth, 10 years on the Nanaimo Youth Services Association Board of Directors, and …

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Build momentum to ‘finish the job’ and end COVID-19 pandemic, urges Guterres |

Mr. Guterres celebrated the increase in vaccination coverage around the world, particularly among high-risk populations, and the fact that, on average, countries have vaccinated around three-quarters of healthcare workers and the elderly. . COVID-19 measures are increasingly integrated into routine health programs, and new antiviral drugs are about to become …

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Radio Ergo audience feedback report, published on: September 23, 2022 – Somalia

Attachments Analysis Most calls to the Radio Ergo feedback platform this week (September 15-21, 2022) raised concerns about continued drought and water scarcity, with displaced communities expressing their desperation. Soaring food prices remained a major concern. Many callers have sought help from aid agencies and the government. A relatively large …

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Starchild: Malaysian children have their own creative take on fusion cuisine

Fusion cuisine describes the combination of various cuisines from different parts of the world. An extremely popular example of fusion cuisine is Tex-Mex cuisine, a mix of dishes from Texas, the United States and Mexico. Tex-Mex food includes quesadillas, enchiladas, fajitas, and guacamole. Have you tried any of these foods? …

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Eagle Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ:EGBN) Declares Quarterly Dividend of $0.45

Eagle Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: EGBN- Get a rating) announced a quarterly dividend on Tuesday, September 20, Zacks reports. Shareholders of record on Monday, October 10 will receive a dividend of 0.45 per share from the financial services provider on Monday, October 31. This represents an annualized dividend of $1.80 and …

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Planning is key to stem growing child poverty

Longer-term joint planning is needed to tackle child poverty in Scotland, which has increased since the targets were set in 2017. Scottish Government policies and spending remain more focused on helping children get out of poverty than on long-term measures to prevent it. More than a quarter of …

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Church donates $5 million to UNICEF’s Global Malnutrition Program

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced a US$5 million donation to UNICEF’s new No Time to Waste global campaign against malnutrition. The contribution will help malnourished children aged five and under in up to 24 countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, the Middle East and the Philippines. …

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Mosquito nets from India? As malaria outbreak follows severe flooding, Pakistan seeks options

NNA | Updated: September 21, 2022 5:23 p.m. STI Islamabad [Pakistan]Sep 21 (ANI): Even as it faces the fury of large-scale flooding, Pakistan faces another daunting challenge as malaria cases have started to reach unprecedented proportions, with some suggesting that the country should look to India for corrective action.In fact, …

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Leave adult children to fend for themselves? It’s outdated in today’s economy.

The classic advice to parents is to sever the financial relationship with their young adult children as soon as they can. We are told to push them to fend for themselves financially or risk raising irresponsible adults – living lazily in their nursery or basement – unable to manage their …

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Doing what works to end child poverty | Comment

Unprecedented. Historical. Unmatched. Amazing. We rarely hear adjectives like these associated with good news about child poverty, but these are just some of the words used to describe new reports of falling child poverty rates in the United States. . The Census Bureau just released data showing that in 2021, …

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UNICEF Mozambique Situation Report No. 7, July 2022 – Mozambique

Attachments Strong points Insecurity in Cabo Delgado led to the displacement of more than 44,000 people on the move in July Government health authorities, with the support of UNICEF and WHO, have vaccinated more than 7.5 million children against poliovirus nationwide, the number of cases is increasing UNICEF supported the …

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Dengue fever wreaks havoc in Delhi, over 100 patients found in a week, know what the update is

New Delhi: With the rains in Delhi, now the effect of dengue is also visible. There has been a huge increase in the number of new dengue patients this week. According to the Delhi MCD report, more than 100 people were found to be infected in the past week. According …

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Parents reluctant to vaccinate children under 5, worrying health officials

In June, when the Food and Drug Administration authorized the emergency use of coronavirus vaccines for children under 5, doctors expected parental apprehension – after all, 4 in 10 parents with young children said they would definitely not have their children vaccinated, according to a July survey from the Kaiser …

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Things you didn’t know you could do with a personal loan

Personal loans are installment loans with fixed monthly payments. Although they generally require you to have a good credit score to qualify, they can be a great choice for consumers who need some flexibility in how they spend their money. Personal loans also tend to have lower annual percentage rates, …

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UNICEF USA – CultureMap Austin

UNICEF USA works to put children first everywhere through fundraising, advocacy and education for UNICEF’s global mandate here in the United States. They work toward the day when no child dies of preventable causes and every child has a safe and healthy childhood. UNICEF works in 190 countries and territories …

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Elgar Parishad case: Two other defendants come to court to ask for mosquito nets | Bombay News

Two other defendants in the Elgar Parishad case – Anand Teltumbde and Sagar Gorkhe – have approached the National Investigation Agency (NIA) Special Tribunal to request mosquito nets while alleging that Taloja prison is infested with mosquitoes. The court asked the prosecution to respond to the requests. Teltumbe claimed he …

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My child has a rash around his mouth. Is it a food allergy?

Rashes around the mouth of children are common. They can occur when an irritant touches the skin or through the excessive use of topical products. Certain foods can also trigger eczema flare-ups. In rare cases, a food allergy causes the rash. When a rash appears around the mouth, it can …

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Banks and consumer advocates urge CFPB to rein in non-bank personal lenders

Two rare allies — a consumer group and a banking trade association — are urging the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to begin regulating large fintech lenders that provide installment and other types of personal loans. Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Rohit ChopraCFPB The Center for Responsible Lending and …

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Last year, inequality rose, but child poverty fell – Los Angeles Sentinel | Los Angeles Sentinel

Kymme Williams-Davis, right, takes orders at the Bushwick Grind Café she owns, Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022, in New York City. Williams-Davis has noticed a marked shift in customer demand since it had to raise prices and switch to different product types to keep up with inflation. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews) Income …

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UNICEF ECARO Humanitarian Situation Report (Ukraine Refugee Response) No. 16: 24 August to 06 September 2022 – Poland

Attachments Strong points As of August 30, more than 7 million Ukrainian refugees were registered across Europe, including 4 million registered for temporary national protection programs or similar. 39 UNICEF-UNHCR Blue Points are currently operational in seven countries.* During the reporting period: 10,445 households (22,588 people) benefited from UNICEF cash …

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Breakthrough malaria vaccine needs more funding to succeed

It took scientists 30 years to create the first malaria vaccine, approved by the World Health Organization in 2021. A second, even better one is now almost ready to be deployed against the disease. Governments and philanthropic organizations should increase their funding to global health partners so they can build …

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Ethylene oxide and Salmonella feature in FSA major incidents

Salmonella in breaded chicken and ethylene oxide were two of the main incidents handled by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) last year. The FSA was notified of 2,336 food and feed safety incidents in England, Northern Ireland and Wales in 2021/22. This is an 18% increase from 1,978 alerts in …

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myFICO: How to Build Credit

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Whether you’re looking to get a mortgage, take out a loan, or rent a new apartment, you need to know how essential it is to have a good credit rating. For many people, building credit starts with timely payment of a student loan or credit card. However, …

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Despite the risks, children in Idlib fish for a living

Idlib – Huda al-Kulaib Despite his young age, Safwan al-Abed, 13, practices fishing in the Orontes River (Asi) in the governorate of Idlib after inheriting the profession from his father, who died of Covid-19 in 2021. Al-Abed uses hand paddles and nets to catch all kinds of river fish with …

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UNICEF announces new global education mascot, Uni

NEW YORK, September 13, 2022 – UNICEF today announced a new global education mascot. United will serve as an ambassador for learning and symbolize the right of every child to access a quality education. Uni symbolizes the hope that access to quality learning gives to children and their communities. Yet …

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Xinjiang lockdown: Chinese censors stifle publications on food and medicine shortages | China

Chinese censors have reportedly been ordered to flood social media with innocuous posts about Xinjiang to quell growing complaints about food and medicine shortages in a region that has been under lockdown for more than a month. Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture of Ili, also known as Yili, is home to around …

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The resource-rich Geita and the problem of school dropout

By Jacob Mosenda Gita. The presence of income-generating activities such as mining and fishing in the Geita region is one of the main reasons for absenteeism in schools, where dozens of children are tempted to drop out and become self-employed, The Citizen can report. A week-long survey in the rural …

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Synchrony Financial (NYSE:SYF) Receives an Average “Moderate Buy” Recommendation from Brokerages

Synchrony Financial (NYSE: SYF – Get a rating) received an average rating of “moderate buy” from the seventeen analysts who currently cover the stock, MarketBeat reports. One research analyst rated the stock with a sell rating, four gave the company a hold rating and seven gave the company a buy …

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World Bank Government and UNICEF Engage in Self-Help Groups to End Child Marriage and Teen Pregnancy

Kolkata: The Government of West Bengal in collaboration with UNICEF will form child-friendly sanghas (groups), comprising members of self-help groups, to tackle child marriage and teenage pregnancy in the state, which is the highest in the country. To end these twin threats, the state government and UNICEF have planned as …

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Share the pleasure of cooking with our children

Cooking and cooking with children not only involves developing fine motor skills, but weighing and measuring can help with numeracy and what teachers call procedural writing. Involving children in the kitchen from an early age is also known to be a stepping stone to help build an enjoyable relationship with …

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