The endangered murder case

The endangered murder case

How will I be affected if I fail in a loan installment? If you fall behind with 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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University of Birmingham: Congolese children fathered by peacekeepers face poverty and uncertainty | India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

Research conducted by the University of Birmingham and published in Human Rights Review, Conflict and Health and other academic journals shows that these children‘s lack of knowledge about their fathers has a significant effect on their social identity and self-concept. , often leading to neglect and exclusion. The work was …

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UNICEF salutes Kebbi for child rights law

Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, has inaugurated a nine-member Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN), tasked with upholding professionalism.Fashola, at the inauguration of COREN members in Abuja on Tuesday, emphasized the need for members to imbibe professionalism and ensure that the ethics that guide the …

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Congolese children fathered by peacekeepers face poverty and uncertainty

Children fathered by United Nations peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are growing up in deep poverty and with lower self-esteem. Research conducted by the University of Birmingham and published in Human Rights Review, Conflict and health and other academic reviews show that these children’s lack of knowledge …

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Government pushes ahead with Oranga Tamariki changes amid fierce opposition

The government is pushing ahead with legislation to restructure the way Oranga Tamariki is policed ​​despite overwhelming opposition that saw a national MP walk out of parliament. National Party MP Louise Upston said the government’s approach was “shameful” as the Oranga Tamariki Bill passed the select committee stage. Photo: RNZ …

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UNICEF to replicate Bauchi’s 1,000 Days of Integrated Health Services for pregnant women and children worldwide – The Sun Nigeria

By Paul Orude Bauchi The United Nations Children‘s Fund (UNICEF) hailed 1,000 days of integrated health services for pregnant women and children under two in Toro Local Government Area, Bauchi State . The commendation was made on Tuesday when a team from the UNICEF Global Bureau, led by Ephrem Tekle, …

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How Mosquitoes Have Beaten Us Throughout History – The New Indian Express

Express press service BENGALURU: I am not a scientist. When the covalent links and the laws of movement entered the program, I took refuge in the safe enclosure of “Commerce”, then I settled in the Arts with my journalism course. I respect people who dedicate their lives to science and …

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Oysters recalled in Canada due to E. coli contamination

AC Covert Distributors/True North Seafood Company is recalling Sober Island brand OG Oysters from the marketplace due to generic E. coli contamination. The recalled product was sold in Nova Scotia, Canada, according to the recall warning issued by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. Recalled products: Mark Product Cut UPC codes …

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‘We shouldn’t have this level of child poverty in the UK,’ says charity boss during visit to North East

Shocking figures released last month showed child poverty levels in the North East have risen by nearly 50% over the past seven years to become the worst in the country. The most recent data showed the North East was bucking the national trend and getting worse, with 42% of youngsters …

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Fiji launches first-ever national MICS to monitor the well-being of all children and their families – Fiji

Suva, Fiji August 4, 2022 – Today, the Fiji Bureau of Statistics officially launched Fiji’s first-ever Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2021 to help the government provide reliable data to measure progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals. These include data on infant mortality, health, nutrition, education, child protection, women’s health …

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Malaria on the rise in Chittagong Hill Tracts

Chittagong Hill Tracts is witnessing a rapid increase in malaria cases recently. Although 13 districts in Bangladesh are prone to malaria, the situation is much worse in Khagrachari, Rangamati and Bandarban. Jurachhari, Baghaichhari, Barkal and Bilaichhari among Rangamati upazilas received twice as many patients as last year. Bipash Khisa, District …

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Eat well: how to protect your children from leaky gut syndrome

Among other health problems in the monsoonLeaky gut is a significant bowel problem that can bother your children in hot and humid conditions. Our intestine has a microbial balance with trillions of beneficial and harmful substances bacteria. Populating the gut with healthy bacteria helps all body systems function normally. When …

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Fuel poverty creates a generation left behind that will never recover from the scars | Gordon Brown

JThe more the Conservative leadership election heats up, the more the remaining candidates resort to moral pretense. Increasing debt is “immoral”, says Rishi Sunak. “High taxes are ‘immoral’,” counters Liz Truss. But there is nothing moral about indifferent leaders condemning millions of vulnerable, blameless children and pensioners to a winter …

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Synchrony offers four installment payment plans through the Clover app

Synchrony announced that merchants will now be able to offer a short-term, interest-free installment option, Synchrony “SetPay in 4”, through the Clover POS and Fiserv, Inc.’s business management system. This Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) will further expand the reach of Synchrony’s payment and financing options and allow select merchants …

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UNICEF Uganda Humanitarian Situation Report No. 2 (Floods Response): August 2022 – Uganda

Attachments Overview of the situation and humanitarian needs According to the Uganda Red Cross Society, in the past 24 hours, the eastern region of Uganda has been mostly dry with some drizzles that have poured into some areas and beneficiary assessments and verifications are still ongoing. So far, 1,649 households …

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NDMA – Latest News – The Nation

ISLAMABAD – The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) said on Friday that the country received unprecedented rainfall during the monsoon season, which was 133 percent above average. The prevailing abnormal monsoon rain pattern has surpassed the 30-year record of rainfall during the season, the NDMA spokesperson said in a press …

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FDA Alerts Public After Pet Food Made Kittens Sick and Tested Positive for Salmonella

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning pet owners not to feed their pets certain lots of Darwin’s Natural Pet Products raw cat food after samples from those lots tested positive for Salmonella . The FDA recommended that Arrow Reliance Inc. voluntarily recall these products and notify the public, …

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Q2 2022 EPS estimates for goeasy Ltd. (TSE:GSY) reduced by analyst

goeasy ltd. (TSE: GSY- Get a rating) – Desjardins lowered its Q2 2022 earnings per share (EPS) estimates for goeasy in a research note released to investors on Wednesday, August 3. Desjardins analyst G. Ho now expects the company to post earnings per share of $2.62 for the quarter, down …

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World Breastfeeding Week: NOA and UNICEF raise awareness in the Kaduna community

1 The National Guidance Agency (NOA) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) raised awareness on the importance of breastfeeding at Chikun Local Government Area in Kaduna State on Thursday. 2 News Agency of Nigeria reports that the campaign conducted alongside an advocacy visit to the Etsu of Chikun, Mr. …

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Mosquitoes are back for summer in Istanbul, more ubiquitous than ever

Experts have dismissed them as a serious danger, but mosquitoes are becoming more of a nuisance in Istanbul every day in summer. Their prevalence seems to be more frequent, while their activity is not limited to the night, according to the inhabitants. In Yeşilkent, a neighborhood near a stream in …

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Mom is slammed for putting so much ‘junk food’ in her kids’ lunch boxes

An Australian mum has sparked a debate with a photo of her children‘s lunchboxes filled with crisps, chocolate and custard. The woman, who shared images of the daily treats on Facebook on August 1, prepared a number of healthy storage containers containing snow peas, fruit and trail mix, combined with …

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UNHCR Yemen Year-End Report 2021 [EN/AR] – Yemen

UNHCR Yemen Year-End Report 2021 [EN/AR] – Yemen

Attachments Operating context In 2021, Yemen continued to face unrelenting conflict, triggering what the UN has described as one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises. At the start of 2021, it was estimated that 21 million Yemenis, or 2/3 of the population, were in need of humanitarian assistance, and 80% …

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UNICEF ECARO Refugee Response Humanitarian Situation Report #15, 13-26 July 2022 – Poland

Attachments Strong points As of 26 July, more than 6.1 million Ukrainian refugees were registered across Europe, including 3.7 million registered for temporary protection or similar national protection programs. 33 UNICEF-UNHCR blue dots are operational in six countries. 8,515 refugees and host communities (5,943 women), including 3,653 children, had access …

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In the fight against monkeypox, Covid, indoor ventilation is a key tool to reduce the risk of infection

We are facing an ever-increasing caseload of Covid-19, which has reached 20,000 new cases every day. There is also an additional threat of monkeypox, which has been detected in India and declared a global health emergency. Countries like India and the UK have even advised airborne precautions indicating a risk …

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Concern Worldwide steps up drought response in the Horn of Africa as conditions deteriorate – Ethiopia

Concern Worldwide is stepping up its response to provide increased support to millions of people in the Horn of Africa (Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya) who are facing severe famine following the worst drought in 40 years. Additional funding has enabled the international humanitarian organization, Concern Worldwide, to accelerate its response …

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KBRA Assigns Preliminary Ratings to Octane Receivables Trust 2022-2

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–KBRA assigns preliminary ratings to four categories of bonds issued by Octane Receivables Trust 2022-2 (“OCTL 2022-2”), an ABS powersports equipment loan transaction. OCTL 2022-2 will issue four classes of notes totaling $300.0 million. The transaction is expected to be secured by approximately $317.0 million in fixed rate …

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‘Friending Bias’ – The New York Times

Understanding upward mobility has been a priority for sociologists in recent years. They used tax records and other data to study the factors that increase the chances that children who grow up in poverty can escape it into adulthood. Education, ranging from kindergarten to college, appears to play an important …

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Heidi Klum’s Daughter Leni Attends UNICEF Benefit in Sexy Spaghetti Strap Dress

On Saturday, the UNICEF Ball in Capri, Italy, hosted many celebrities, including model Leni Klum, daughter of famous supermodel Heidi Klum. A sense of style seems to run in the family, as Leni showed up wearing an absolutely stunning spaghetti strap dress with a sexy plunging neckline that showed off …

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Rs 1,432,500 Fine imposed; 3,662 notices issued on Dengue SOP violations

RAWALPINDI, (UrduPoint/Pakistan Point News – July 31, 2022): The district administration issued 3,662 notices and fined Rs 1,432,500 to various violators for not following standard operating procedures (SOPs) anti- dengue fever from January 1 to present. Dr. Sajjad Mehmood, District Epidemic Prevention and Control Coordinator (DCEPC), while giving details of …

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I’m a mum of eight struggling to feed my children after my benefits were ‘cut’ – it’s so unfair

A MUM-OF-EIGHT has told how she struggled to feed her children after her benefits were ‘cut’. Pam Booth, 51, receives £274 a month in Universal Credit while studying to become a teaching assistant for children with special needs. 2 Pam Booth (right, with her daughter Beth) told how she struggled …

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World Acceptance (NASDAQ:WRLD) PT lowered to $52.00 at BMO Capital Markets

Worldwide Acceptance (NASDAQ:WRLD – Get a rating) had its price target lowered by BMO Capital Markets from $57.00 to $52.00 in a research report released Friday to clients and investors, Fly reports. BMO Capital Markets’ price target indicates a potential downside of 52.97% from the company’s current price. A number …

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More families with sick children struggle to cover costs

The CEO of a charity which financially supports families with sick children said there had been an increase in requests for help. The Cliona Foundation supports parents of children with life-threatening illnesses by contributing to non-medical expenses related to the care of a sick child. Brendan Ring told Newstalk this …

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Photo report: No country is spared from human trafficking

children in difficulty and at risk, UNICEF supports the youngest victims of trafficking and illegal migration.” alt=”In the Gabonese public center for children in difficulty and at risk, UNICEF supports the youngest victims of trafficking and illegal migration.” width=”” height=”” loading=”lazy”/> In the Gabonese public center for children in difficulty …

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Children strongly linked to pets during COVID felt more anxiety

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has caused immense disruption to the lives of millions of people around the world. Businesses and schools were closed, travel routes blocked, lockdowns imposed and social distancing was enforced. Many companies also transitioned their employees to remote work as childcare simultaneously became unavailable. Amid …

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BAFN Dividend announcement $0.0800/share 07/28/2022

BayFirst Financial Corp (NASDAQ:BAFN) declared on 07/28/2022 a dividend of $0.0800 per share payable on September 15, 2022 to shareholders of record as of September 01, 2022. BayFirst Financial Corp (NASDAQ: BAFN) has been paying dividends since 2016, has a current dividend yield of 1.6710182428% and has increased dividends for …

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Decline in child poverty due to a number of COVID-era policies, report suggests

Data recently released by the Michigan League for Public Policy suggests that some COVID-era policies over the past two years have reduced child poverty. The annual report, Kids Count in Michigan, comes shortly after Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed the state budget, leaving a $7 billion surplus. Whitmer and the Legislature …

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Funding Compendium 2021 – World

Attachments Analyzes of contributions from public and private sector resource partners to UNICEF Strong points UNICEF is funded entirely by voluntary contributions. We rely on the commitment of our partners to provide vital support to children and their families. The 2021 Funding Compendium contains financial information on contributions to UNICEF …

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WFP Chad country brief, May 2022 – Chad

Attachments In numbers 767 tonnes of food aid distributed $1,074,297 in cash transfers made Net financing requirements of USD 151 million over six months (June to November 2022) 329,565 people assisted In May 2022 Operational updates • In early June, the government issued an emergency declaration, calling on national actors …

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Madagascar Office: Humanitarian Situation Report No. 13 – Reporting Period: January-June 2022 – Madagascar

Attachments Strong points • The nutritional situation has improved during this first half of 2022 compared to the same period last year. However, the situation is still below normal with a high number of children admitted to the Community Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) program compared to the 5-year admission …

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Comparison of Peoples Financial (OTCMKTS: PFBX) and Berkshire Bancorp (OTCMKTS: BERK)

Peoples Financial (OTCMKTS: PFBX – Get a rating) and Berkshire Bancorp (OTCMKTS: BERK – Get a rating) are both small cap finance companies, but which business is superior? We’ll compare the two companies based on their risk strength, valuation, institutional ownership, earnings, dividends, profitability, and analyst recommendations. Valuation and benefits …

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Study links insulin resistance and advanced cellular aging to child poverty

Summary: One study found that childhood poverty was associated with insulin resistance in adults in their late 20s. The aging of immune cells was one mechanism by which poverty was linked to insulin resistance. Source: University of Illinois Black teens who lived in poverty and were less optimistic about the …

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Need special action plan to tackle seasonal diseases, says health minister

Minister of Health, Medicine and Family Welfare, Vidadala Rajini, on Monday instructed relevant authorities to come up with a special action plan to mitigate the prevalence and incidence of seasonal diseases in the state. Mrs. Rajini held a review meeting with Department of Health officials regarding seasonal diseases, monkeypox, COVID, …

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The effect of COVID-19 variants on childhood vaccines

William J. Muller, MD, PhD: It’s worth talking about variants, because that’s kind of the discussion at the FDA review board meeting [Food and Drug Administration]. It has 2 components. First, do we expect this to be a 3-dose vaccine for everyone in the future? I think the clearance will …

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Synchrony Financial (NYSE:SYF) shares sold by Mutual of America Capital Management LLC

Mutual of America Capital Management LLC reduced its holdings of Synchrony Financial shares (NYSE: SYF – Get a rating) by 1.4% during the first quarter, HoldingsChannel reports. The fund held 142,177 shares of the financial services provider after selling 1,953 shares during the period. Mutual of America Capital Management LLC’s …

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“47 million Nigerians do not have access to basic toilets”, UNICEF – Transcontinental Times

NIGERIA. Abuja: While Nigeria is ranked the second highest open defecation country after India, around 47 million of its citizens lack access to basic toilets. The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has just revealed it. UNICEF Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Specialist Raphael Nwozor made this known in Abuja during …

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Authorities are scrambling to contain the spread of mosquitoes in the mountainous region

Last month, authorities of the Himali Rural Municipality of Bajura District sprayed insecticides in wards 4, 5, 6 and 7, which have a high density of malaria-causing mosquitoes. Officials said they were preparing to disperse the liquid fog again, given the high risk of local transmission of the deadly disease …

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Miracles for Kids brings seriously ill children and families to Newport Pier for a day of surfing

Deborah Lewis called Friday morning a miracle. Trading tears for a smile, Lewis watched his eldest – Annabelle, 8 – splash in the waves at Newport Beach and, at one point, rode them. Friday’s shore adventure was one of the few outings the Lewis family has been able to do …

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Parallel Advisors LLC Reduces Equity Position in Waterstone Financial, Inc. (NASDAQ:WSBF)

Parallel Advisors LLC reduced its position in Waterstone Financial, Inc. (NASDAQ: WSBF – Get a rating) by 19.4% in the 1st quarter, HoldingsChannel.com reports. The institutional investor held 4,038 shares in the savings and loan company after selling 972 shares during the period. Parallel Advisors LLC’s holdings in Waterstone Financial …

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Water crisis puts millions of Lebanese at risk – Middle East Monitor

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has warned that the water crisis in Lebanon is putting the health of millions of people, especially children, at risk. UNICEF said in a new report titled “Fighting to keep the taps running” that “the prospects for a solution will remain bleak, as lack …

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Cambodia malaria cases continue to decline in first half: health official

Cambodia recorded 2,005 cases of malaria in the first half of 2022, down 3 percent from the 2,072 cases recorded in the same period last year, a health official said on Thursday. “Among the reported cases, there were no deaths,” Huy Rekol, director of the National Center for Parasitology, Entomology …

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Why You Should Stay at an Adults Only Hotel

Comment this story Comment On my 40th birthday, I sipped an alcoholic concoction from a pineapple and declared Jenga victory over my husband, Steve, before jumping into the pool and commandeering a raft shaped like a diamond ring. The milestone anniversary of the start of 2021 was held at Maui’s …

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Keybank National Association OH sells 5,955 shares of Eagle Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ:EGBN)

Keybank National Association OH reduced its stake in shares of Eagle Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: EGBN – Get a rating) by 39.8% during the first quarter, according to the company in its latest filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The fund held 9,005 shares of the financial services provider after …

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North Ayrshire unveils new child poverty action plan

NORTH Ayrshire Council has approved a new action plan to tackle child poverty, which has risen faster in the region than in Scotland as a whole. Earlier this month, research published by the End Child Poverty Coalition covering 2020/21 showed that North Ayrshire and Glasgow City have the highest percentages …

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UNICEF representative hails Vietnam’s immunization system amid COVID-19 | Health

Illustrative image (Source: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – The Vietnamese government is working to get routine childhood immunization back on track, UNICEF Vietnam Representative Rana Flowers said July 19. “We look forward to seeing Vietnam return to the strong child and adolescent immunization system it had in place before the pandemic …

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US$15 million to alleviate food insecurity in crisis-stricken Central African Republic – Central African Republic

Attachments Bangui, July 19, 2022 – The Central African Republic now has one of the highest proportions of critically food insecure people in the world, along with Yemen, South Sudan and Afghanistan. 2.2 million people in the country do not have enough to eat, which represents 36% of the population. …

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Māmā Moving Mountains’ dream of alleviating Northland poverty is nationally recognized

Some of the wāhine toa behind Māmā Moving Mountains, including (from right) Sherie Ihaia Reweti, Liz Cassidy-Nelson, Carol Peters and Corina Moses. Photo / Michael Cunningham The humble but life-changing dreams of Whangārei moms are becoming reality thanks to a group of dedicated women fighting poverty. For two and a …

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U-Report for Suraksha campaign launched

GUWAHATI: Governor of Assam, Prof. Jagdish Mukhi on Monday launched U-Report for the Suraksha campaign. It is an interactive digital tool that aims to raise awareness among young people in Assam about cyberbullying and corporal punishment, as well as the redress mechanisms made available by the government. Launching the U-Report …

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Kaduna terrorists kill two health workers and kidnap eight

Suspected terrorists reportedly killed two ad hoc health personnel on Friday and injured another. The victims were allegedly attacked while returning from duty in Zangang Community of Atakar Chiefdom, Kaura Local Government Area, Kaduna State. They were reportedly responsible for the distribution of mosquito nets in some communities in the …

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Most children are sick during an outbreak of Salmonella eggs in China

A Salmonella outbreak that has primarily sickened children in China was caused by contaminated kitchen mayonnaise used in egg sandwiches, a study has found. In September 2019, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Shenzhen and Dongguan were notified of a large cluster of suspected gastroenteritis mainly involving children …

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C&F Financial (NASDAQ:CFFI) shares drop below the two-hundred-day moving average of $50.33

C&F Financial Co. (NASDAQ: CFFI – Get a rating) the stock price fell below its 200-day moving average during Friday’s session. The stock has a 200-day moving average of $50.33 and is trading as low as $46.05. C&F Financial shares last traded at $46.05, with volume traded at 904 shares. …

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Supreme Court ruling on abortion reverses an era for female rites

When did you grow up? The AIDS crisis? The birth of the Internet? I grew up in a rather unique era: the era of the introductory sci-fi film exhibit. The special police units – BLADE RUNNER UNITS – had orders to shoot to kill, as soon as they were detected, …

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UNICEF India Humanitarian Situation Report (Assam, Floods): 08 July 2022 – India

Attachments Strong points The second wave of flooding in Assam which started on June 14 has improved significantly. As of July 7, 0.91 million people including 0.23 million children and 0.32 million women in 707 villages in 14/35 districts are affected. One hundred eighty-six lives lost and 37 people missing. …

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Demand for food and housing assistance in Delaware increases

For a state of less than a million people, people in need are a big part of it. According to Jill Fredel of the state Department of Health and Human Services, 31% of Delawares receive Medicaid, with 112,000 receiving SNAP and 305,000 receiving Medicaid. About 500 more people have applied …

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Phuentsholing reports its first case of dengue fever

Ministry of Health warns residents of Nairobi fly infection Rajesh Rai and Nima Wangdi The town of Phuentsholing reported its first dengue fever case of the year on July 6 after a 47-year-old man tested positive. Although the man has recovered, many said it could just be the start of …

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CURO completes the acquisition of First Heritage Credit and increases its financing capacity

WICHITA, Kan.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CURO Group Holdings Corp. (NYSE: CURO) (“CURO”), a technology-driven, omnichannel consumer finance company serving unpreferred and blue-chip consumers in the United States and Canada, today announced that it has completed its previously announced acquisition of First Heritage Credit (“FHC”), a consumer lender that provides prime installment loans as …

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Child poverty: two-fifths of children under five miss key developmental milestones

Only 59% of children achieved expected levels, a huge drop from the 72% who did in 2019. In March, a YouGov report found that only half of children starting care in 2021 were “ready for school”. A third had trouble holding a pencil, while nearly one in twenty were unclean. …

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Kenya and UNICEF deploy therapeutic food to prevent child malnutrition

Nairobi, July 13 (IANS): The Kenyan Ministry of Health and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) have started rolling out ready-to-use therapeutic foods to four drought-stricken counties to help prevent severe malnutrition among children. The shipment of highly nutritious food items worth 30 million shillings ($253,915) is part of …

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Take this flu seriously – The New Indian Express

Express press service HYDERABAD: Insisting that prevention is better than cure, doctors in the city are sharing ways to keep seasonal illnesses like dengue, typhoid, flu, colds and even Covid at bay. Don’t ignore any signs of worsening disease, they say The weather has become tiring for many of us …

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Snackle boxes are the trendy and portable cousin of the charcuterie board

Comment this story Comment Dimitria Hare-Michael has been on her family’s fall fishing trip to Ross Lake in upstate Washington every year since she was a little girl. Last fall, she decided she was going to get creative with her luggage. Hare-Michael, 31, has been making charcuterie boards with meats, …

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Costco CEO confirms his hot dogs won’t face a price hike after rumors swirl about the fate of the retailer’s signature snack

Costco CEO Craig Jelinek said CNBC in an interview on Monday that the price of Costco hot dogs will not be increased despite rumors to the contrary. When asked by a CNBC reporter if the rumors circulating online about a price hike were true, Jelinek simply replied, “No.” Jelinek had …

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Delhi: DSEU partners with UNICEF to help students find jobs

In a bid to prepare students for the market and enable them to access employment opportunities, Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University (DSEU) has partnered with YuWaah (Generation Unlimited India) at UNICEF. Through this joint effort, DSEU and UNICEF have implemented “Career Awareness Sessions” for DSEU students to raise student awareness …

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What is malaria? Learn all about the types of this mosquito-borne disease, its spread, prevention and treatment

Malaria is a vector-borne disease. Mosquito bites make infectious parasites in the blood of humans. Photo: iStock Mosquito bites may not be as harmless as they seem. Just because we tolerate the painful, allergenic bites of insects doesn’t mean our bodies may not be immune to the ravages of microorganisms …

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Foods adults have hated since childhood

“I’m a professional cook. I know how to make this ingredient taste good to other people, but I just don’t like it.” Tastes change and often as we age we begin to enjoy things we hated as children (eg coffee or green vegetables). But sometimes food aversions just can’t be …

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Rep. Kinzinger on Cipollone’s testimony: There was ‘no contradiction to anything anyone said’ at January 6 panel

Rep. Adam Kinzinger said attorney Pat Cipollone’s recent testimony does not contradict “what anyone said” to the House committee on Jan. 6 in previous depositions. Kinzinger, a Republican on the committee, said ABC News “This Week” Sunday that the panel “went through a lot” during their interview with Cipollone. “It …

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Shameful Tory legacy doesn’t end with Boris Johnson’s resignation

THE rush to replace Boris Johnson has begun. Without pausing to breathe or learn anything from the chaos of the last six months, the media asks us breathlessly: “Who would you prefer to become prime minister before the next general election?” Tom Tugendhat, Ben Wallace, Liz Truss, Jeremy Hunt, Rishi …

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Australia Cummins test skipper urges people to donate to crisis-ridden Sri Lanka

COLOMBO: Australia Test captain Pat Cummins on Saturday urged the world to donate wholeheartedly to Sri Lanka, which is in the midst of a massive economic crisis. The bowling stalwart posted a video on social media and listed the difficulties faced by islanders, many of whom are unable to get …

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Turpin children were ‘stranded’ and ‘inaudible’ to social services, inquest finds

Thirteen children who were rescued from captivity in their parents’ home in 2018 after decades of abuse were “frustrated, inaudible, suffocated” and “stranded” by the Riverside County social services system, according to a report released Friday . Some of Turpin’s youngest children – aged 2 to 29 at the time …

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Case of fly infection in Nairobi reported in North 24-Pgns

BY Team DeputyJuly 8, 2022 6:40 p.m. GMT kolkata: A case infected with Nairobi Fly was reported by North 24-Parganas on Friday. Nihar Bagchi, a teenager and a resident of Ashokenagar region was probably the first victim in South Bengal, who was bitten by an insect in the face while …

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Biden’s Labor Secretary ‘not sold’ that we’re headed for a recession

Wall Street and consumers are worried about a impending recession, especially as prices remain exorbitant and some companies are starting to lay off workers. But not everyone, including Labor Secretary Marty Walsh, thinks we’re on the verge of a downturn. “I’m not convinced we’re heading into a recession,” Walsh told …

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Hey Babe: Childhood trauma survivor takes to TikTok to spread mental health and wellness message

Very few of us escape childhood unscathed from one thing or another – divorce, abuse, bullying and poverty all inflict trauma. However, influencer and mental health advocate Madison Little endured more than average. At just four years old, Little watched his father murder his mother. She moved from house to …

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Arlo Parks has become a prominent supporter of Unicef ​​UK

Multi-award winning singer Arlo Parks has been named a top Unicef ​​UK supporter. The move elevates the Mercury Prize and UK Prize winner’s support for the charity and his commitment to protecting children‘s rights around the world. Parks has been supporting Unicef ​​UK since 2021, when she performed at the …

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Ellembelle flood victims receive donations from Memphis

Victims of the social gift Memphis Metropolitan Limited, a road construction company in Ellembelle District, presented various relief items to flood victims in Akropong through the District Assembly. The items are 200 sachet water sachets, 25 cans of sardines, 25 cans of Ena pa tomato sauce, 50 cans of Roch …

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Reporting on hunger in Somalia, where millions of lives are at risk

July 6, 2022 at 6:13 a.m. EDT A nurse feeds 2-year-old Suldano Idow, who is severely malnourished, with the help of his father, Idow Abdirahman, at the pediatric stabilization center at Banadir Hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia on June 13. Banadir Hospital is facing an increasing number of cases of severe …

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De-stigmatizing debt at work

US consumer debt continues to climb with no end in sight, average US household owe more than $155,000 — an increase of more than six percent over last year. Homebuyers may soon be able to capitalize in a slowing housing market, but the supply chain issues that arose during the …

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Karnataka to get National Midwifery Training Institute in partnership with Center, UNICEF and others – Edexlive

Karnataka is setting up its first National Midwifery Training Institute (NMTI) at the Vani Vilas Government Women and Children Hospital. The Midwifery Initiative is a public-private partnership between central and state governments, UNICEF and the Bengaluru-based Aastrika Foundation. According to informed sources, midwifery educators will be trained at NMTI with …

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Court orders mosquito net to be provided to fired cop in Antilia terrorist case in Taloja prison

After a confrontation between Taloja prison authorities and inmates over mosquito nets, a special court on Monday ruled that a prisoner’s request for a mosquito net was “genuine” and ordered that he be provided with one. Sacked police officer Sunil Mane, incarcerated in the Antilia Terrorist Scare and the Mansukh …

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Minister acknowledges schools are ‘not immune’ to rising food prices

Children and Families Minister Will Quince said he recognized schools were ‘not immune’ to the cost of living crisis, but had to manage their own budgets. His comments came as the association of school caterers Laca warned that the quality of school meals would deteriorate if funding was not earmarked …

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Organizations join forces to plead for government of MindTheGap to help alleviate poverty

Monday, July 4, 2022, 5:44 a.m.Press release: MindTheGap France A group of forty New Zealand unions, charities and community groups have come together to implore the government to change the law to immediately address gender and ethnic pay gaps in New Zealand and help alleviate poverty . In an open …

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Opportun Completes $400 Million – GuruFocus.com

SAN CARLOS, Calif., May 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Oportun (OPRT), a mission-driven fintech and digital banking platform, today announced the issuance of $400 million in asset-backed notes two-year renewable assets secured by a pool of unsecured and secured installment loans. The offering included four classes of fixed rate notes: …

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Moray Schools, including Seafield Primary School, Aberlour Primary School, Hopeman Primary School and Kinloss Primary School, raise £5,748.42 by donning yellow and blue for the Pennies for Peace campaign

MORAY school children raised £5,748 for Ukraine in March by dressing in blue and yellow and donating ‘Pennies for Peace’. Kate Imlah and Beryl Tobin holding the check with the Harley Laughlan poster (center) The March 31 fundraiser, promoted with a stunning poster by Seafield elementary student Harley Laughlan, was …

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Ways to prevent mosquito bites

A mosquito is a prehistoric arthropod that persists globally. Among the 3,500 species of mosquitoes that exist, humans are threatened by the genera Anopheles, Aedes and Culex. Zika, dengue, malaria, heartworm and chikungunya are mosquito-borne diseases. During the monsoon, the prevalence of dengue becomes high in Bangladesh. The hill districts …

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Foods to avoid this Independence Day and tips to avoid food poisoning during the holidays

It’s the 4th of July weekend and with that comes the expectation of lots of food, time with friends and family, and fireworks. Get ready for the heat, review fireworks safety, and read the following food safety tips to keep everyone safe this Independence Day. Holiday events are often cross-generational …

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7 On your side: “Buy now, pay later” loans are popular, but do they make sense?

NEW YORK (WABC) — Buy ​​now, pay later, or BNPL, loans have become incredibly popular, up 230% in the past two years. These are loans that are usually interest-free and allow you to make a purchase and pay it off in four or five installments. Sounds good, right? Well, before …

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States no longer need to charge families for foster care costs, HHS says: NPR

“It will help a lot of single parents,” said Daisy Hohman, a Minnesota mother whose tax refunds were garnished after her three children were placed in foster care, of the change in federal guidelines. Meg Anderson/NPR hide caption toggle caption Meg Anderson/NPR “It will help a lot of single parents,” …

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Children fleeing war in Ukraine at risk of trafficking: UNICEF

UNICEF is sounding the alarm about the risk of children fleeing war in Ukraine being trafficked and exploited. More than 1.5 million minors have fled the country since the start of the conflict. Since the start of the war in Ukraine, more than 1.5 million children have been forced to …

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Vlogger Priest makes Tiny Maruti Alto her home

In a rather interesting twist of events, a vlogger priest shows off his Maruti Alto which he uses for sleeping while traveling around the country. A YouTuber, vlogger and a priest explain the features of his Maruti Alto which he transformed into a bit of a motorhome. People rent or …

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Do not stress: maternal stress affects the feeding of the child

According to a new study by Michele Belotprofessor in the Department of Economics. “Being exposed to stressful events during pregnancy appears to have a negative impact on children’s food preferences and diet, and for reasons that are actually other than what the mother eats herself,” says Belot, who has a …

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IFM Investors Pty Ltd buys 14,173 shares of Synchrony Financial (NYSE:SYF)

IFM Investors Pty Ltd increased its stake in Synchrony Financial (NYSE: SYF – Get a rating) by 19.5% in the first quarter, according to its most recent 13F filing with the SEC. The institutional investor held 86,885 shares of the financial services provider after acquiring an additional 14,173 shares during …

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Abroad, Jacinda Ardern is a star. At home, it loses its luster.

Abroad, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand remains a leading Liberal figure. During a recent trip to the United States, she gave the commencement address at Harvard University, joked with Stephen Colbert and met President Joe Biden in the Oval Office. At each stop, she highlighted her successes in …

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UNICEF launches national consultations for its next country program with stakeholders in Lebanon

UNICEF Lebanon released the following statement on Tuesday: UNICEF has launched the development of its new Country Program Document (CPD) for Lebanon for 2023-2025 in consultation with high-level government officials and institutions, civil society and United Nations agencies. More than 150 key stakeholders gathered at the National Library of Lebanon …

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Tainan City, Taiwan, reported the first case of Japanese encephalitis in 2022

The Taiwan Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported the first confirmed case of Japanese encephalitis this year on Monday. The patient is in his 50s from Beimen District of Tainan City, who has no recent history of local or overseas travel and whose usual activities mainly revolve around his …

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Families brace for changes to free school meals in pandemic era

Before the pandemic, there was no room in the budget for Kate Murphy’s children to buy school lunch. She and her husband bought in bulk and packed lunch bags at home. So the free school meals that have been made available to students across the country amid the crisis have …

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Foundry Partners LLC sells 5,060 shares of Bancorp, Inc. clients (NYSE: CUBI)

Foundry Partners LLC reduced its position in Customers Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: CUBI – Get a rating) by 56.3% in Q1, according to the company in its latest 13F filing with the SEC. The institutional investor held 3,925 shares of the bank after selling 5,060 shares during the quarter. Foundry Partners …

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AOC: Removal of Supreme Court justices who ‘lied under oath’

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (DN.Y.) is advocating the removal of Supreme Court justices who she says lied during their confirmation hearings when they assured senators that Roe vs. Wade was established precedent. “If we allow Supreme Court nominees to lie under oath and win lifetime appointments to the highest court in …

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MoHR Conducts Child Protection Case Management Training

Islamabad: The Ministry of Human Rights (MoHR), in collaboration with Unicef, conducted a three-day training on Child Protection Case Management and Referral System (CPCMRS) for relevant ICT stakeholders. The objective of the training was to understand child protection issues, the ICT Child Protection Act 2018, the rules of the law …

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BMC issues advisory as dengue fever raises its head again

Even though the city and surrounding areas are experiencing an acute rainfall deficit, the BMC has reported an increase in dengue fever cases. According to civic data, 22 dengue cases were reported from June 1 to 19, compared to 34 cases in May. Meanwhile, two cases of H1N1 and one …

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A preventable hunger crisis still threatens millions of children: Opinion

Schools across the country are scrambling to keep feeding America’s children. Today, they breathe a sigh of relief, but only for a moment. Child nutrition waivers passed by Congress in early 2020 in response to COVID-19 made all students eligible for free meals and provided schools with higher reimbursements and …

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Critical Investigation: Peoples Financial (OTCMKTS: PFBX) vs. Penns Woods Bancorp (NASDAQ: PWOD)

Penns Woods Bancorp (NASDAQ: PWOD – Get a rating) and Peoples Financial (OTCMKTS: PFBX – Get a rating) are both small cap finance companies, but which is the better investment? We will compare the two companies based on the strength of their institutional ownership, dividends, analyst recommendations, earnings, risk, profitability …

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Briefing note from UNICEF Geneva Palace on the situation of children and families affected by the earthquake in Afghanistan

GENEVA, June 24, 2022 – “Hello. Thank you for your time. “I would like to update you on the latest news from Afghanistan, following the earthquake that struck in the early hours of 22n/a June in the provinces of Khost and Paktika. “The earthquake was another tragic reminder of the …

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Safari rally fans warned of condom shortage in Naivasha

Stanley Ngara alias King of Condom, the founder of King’s Condom Promotion which distributes condoms in Naivasha. [Standard] Fans heading to the World Rally Championship in Naivasha have been urged to carry extra packets of condoms in case they need to use them. Condom distributors have warned of a shortage …

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Opinion: Hungry children need healthy school meals to thrive: A pandemic-era program that supported hungry children is set to end in late June. Pediatricians urge more focus on child nutrition. – Columns

“I just don’t know what we’re going to do. How are we going to get out of this? Desmond’s mother sat across from me, her son’s pediatrician, during his annual checkup. “The free breakfast and lunch at school has saved my life financially and Desmond seems happier and more energetic. …

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The Maryland State Pension and Retirement System holds a $1.40 million position in Synchrony Financial (NYSE:SYF)

Maryland State Retirement & Pension System reduced its position in shares of Synchrony Financial (NYSE: SYF – Get a rating) by 4.0% in the first quarter, according to the company in its most recent filing with the SEC. The company held 40,222 shares of the financial services provider after selling …

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Memphis leaders address causes of child poverty at forum

Memphis has long been known for its high rates of child poverty, and community leaders at a New Memphis forum focused on the economic forces driving poverty, how to stem gun violence and make gangs less attractive to young people. Tuesday’s forum, titled ‘Celebrate What’s Right: The Great Debate,’ brought …

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UNICEF Somalia Humanitarian Situation Report No. 5, 1-31 May 2022 – Somalia

Attachments Strong points Children in Somalia are disproportionately affected by the harsh drought. By the end of the year, 1.5 million children under five will suffer from severe malnutrition, ie 45% of the total child population, with 386,400 children likely to suffer from severe malnutrition. Compounding crises in 2022 increased …

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Meet Anim Dankwah, OT, Howard University, 2023 NFL Draft Prospect

Anim Dankwah, the massive offensive tackle from Howard University, recently met with NFL Draft Diamonds owner Damond Talbot. Name: Anim Dankwah Position: left tackle College: Howard University Height: 6″8 Weight: 360 lbs. Twitter: Animthedream Instagram: AnimtheDream What makes you one of the top prospects in your position in the 2023 …

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How Lack of Access to Nutritious Food Affects You

Wasanga Mehana spoke with the Deputy Director General of the Ministry of Health, Dr. Yogan Pillay on ensuring access to nutritious food FILE: Poor quality food can have devastating effects on anyone’s health and well-being, but especially on children. Photo: 123rf.com With a number of problems facing South Africans, from …

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Bank/non-bank partnerships could come under CFPB scrutiny

Delivery the opening speech Last week at the Consumer Federation of America’s 2022 Consumer Assembly, CFPB Deputy Director Zixta Martinez said the CFPB is “looking closely” at rent-a-bank programs. Assistant manager Martinez said that “[s]some lenders attempt to use [relationships with banks] to evade state interest rate caps and licensing …

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