Mosquito Nets

olive ridleys: Baby Olive Ridleys Head To Sea From River Mouth | Bhubaneswar News

Berhampur: Although several Olive Ridleys eggs were destroyed by beach erosion last week, thousands of baby turtles emerged from the sandy pits and began their journey to sea near the Rushikulya mouth offshore from the coast of Ganjam for the past two days.“This year the massive hatching started on time …

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THE SHAME OF THE MALARIA SCOURLE

Authorities could do more to contain the disease In virtually every critical human development indicator, Nigeria falls behind. Despite costing Nigeria up to N132 billion a year, malaria has yet to receive the level of attention it deserves as government at all levels refuses to take responsibility of the disease. …

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Liberia makes progress towards elimination of malaria

USAID Office of Health Director Jessica Healey said the country has made significant progress over the past five years in eradicating malaria. Healey said malaria deaths have fallen by 67%, from 914 in 2007 to 300 in 2021, and the number of confirmed cases has fallen by 15%, from over …

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Couple shot dead in Islamabad – Newspaper

ISLAMABAD: A couple was killed in the capital on Tuesday, police said. According to the police, the bodies were found in a wooded area in Dhoke Jabi, located in Banigala. They said passers-by spotted the murdered couple and notified police who attended the scene and transported the bodies to hospital. …

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Drones deployed in Malawi in the fight against malaria

Nestled between much larger neighbors in southeast Africa, Malawi – one of the world’s poorest countries – has one of the highest malaria rates in the world. According to the World Health Organization’s latest malaria report, the incidence actually increased in 2020; cases fell from 3.8 million in 2019 to …

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Civil surgeon of Ludhiana issues an opinion against vector-borne diseases

Ludhiana Civil Surgeon Dr SP Singh in the notice said the mosquito breeding season had already started and advised not to let the water stagnate. Civil Surgeon Dr SP Singh has issued an advisory asking residents to protect themselves against vector-borne diseases like dengue fever and malaria The Civil Surgeon …

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Southern Utah Bats Under Annual Examination by Area Biologists – St George News

ST. GEORGE- In a cave system shaped by tectonic forces cracking ancient limestone, conditions are ideal for hosting one of southern Utah’s largest known bat colonies. Townsend’s big-eared bat, like this specimen captured during the survey, is identified by its disproportionate ears often compared to ram’s horns, Washington County, Utah, …

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Udupi: School children who have become ambassadors of awareness on dengue fever, malaria, hygiene

Daijiworld Multimedia Network – Udupi (MS) Udupi, May 3: The health department is organizing a special operation to fight malaria and dengue fever in the district. Schoolchildren will be the ambassadors of the program. In 2022, from January to March, five cases of malaria were reported in the …

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The Rotary Club of Agege distributes free mosquito nets to pregnant women and others

The Rotary Club of Agege in Lagos on Sunday distributed 200 free mosquito nets to pregnant and lactating women with public health clarifications to prevent malaria in the area. Mr. Biodun Bello, president of the club, in his remarks during the public health outreach, said the project was part of …

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How to protect your child from mosquitoes this season? Follow these simple tips

In the current season, it is a bit difficult to get respite from being exposed to different mosquitoes and insects. Changes in weather conditions and increased humidity have only aggravated the problem. Children are even less prepared to deal with mosquitoes, which makes them easy targets. Mosquito bites are not …

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Akwa Ibom solves the crisis of the Ibeno/Ilaje fishing colony

The Akwa Ibom government said it has resolved the crisis between its Ibeno community and the Ilaje people of Yoruba descent in Mkpanak in the Ibeno local government area of ​​the state. The Deputy Governor, Mr. Moses Ekpo, made the statement in a statement released in Uyo on Wednesday. He …

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Mubadala donates 5 million dirhams to the UAE’s 1 billion meals campaign

Dubai: Mubadala Investment Company has partnered with Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives (MBRGI) to support the 1 Billion Meals Initiative, the largest of its kind in the region, with a donation of 5 million dirhams. Through this campaign, the United Arab Emirates provides support to 50 countries through …

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An African child killer ready to skip the vaccine

Published on: 04/23/2022 – 08:02 Paris (AFP)- Hundreds of thousands of people, mostly children living in Africa, succumb each year to malaria, an age-old mosquito-borne scourge that worsened during the Covid-19 pandemic. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 627,000 people died of malaria in 2020, the latest year for …

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mosquito: the early advent of mosquitoes, a prelude to what lies ahead | Pune News

Pune: They say that when it rains, it rains. Residents of Deccan, Shivajinagar, Karve Road, Prabhat Road, NIBM and Kondhwa regions are stung by the thought that the next monsoon could be much worse when it comes to dealing with the seasonal threat of mosquitoes. According to them, there has …

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Intermittent rains raise fears of spike in malaria and dengue cases in Dakshina Kannada

“But these intermittent rains in recent days are conducive to the spread of these vector-borne diseases” “But these intermittent rains in recent days are conducive to the spread of these vector-borne diseases” Although dengue fever and malaria cases are no longer alarming in Dakshina Kannada, intermittent rains in Mangaluru and …

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HUSKER ENTOMOLOGIST DEVELOPS NEXT GENERATION MOSQUITO BAIT STATION

Husker entomologist Troy Anderson is leading a new research project that will explore ways to reduce the incidence of malaria. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation awarded the University of Nebraska-Lincoln a $1.43 million grant over three years to support the development of a more effective mosquito bait station. Bait …

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Oxitec’s malaria program receives new investment to move into pilot phases in two malaria-affected regions

Oxitec’s malaria control program targets two mosquito vectors of malaria that pose major challenges to the international community’s regional malaria eradication goals. Anopheles stephensi is the dominant vector of malaria in South Asia and the Middle East. Around 2012, it invaded Djiboutiin the Horn of Africawhere it caused a massive …

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Winning the Ancient Man-Mosquito Conflict – GFA World Report Part 2

WILL POINT, TX – Gospel for Asia (GFA World and affiliates like Gospel for Asia Canada) founded by KP Yohannan, has published this 2nd part of a special report update on the victory of the old conflict against mosquitoes and vector-borne diseases . World Mosquito Day commemorates the discovery in …

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Transfer Warehouse Architect Honored | News

Olson Kundig, the architectural firm selected by Telluride Arts to transform the roofless transfer warehouse of just four walls into a more usable arts and community space, has announced that two of its projects have won the 2022 AIA Housing Awards The awards, which recognize outstanding residential design, were presented …

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See Inside Seminyak’s Villa Atlantis: The Luxurious Balinese Stay on Everyone’s Airbnb Wishlist

Inside Villa Atlantis: Why This Spectacular Hideaway Is One Of The Most Sought-After Airbnbs WORLDWIDE (And You’ll Be Surprised How Cheap It Is) A luxurious villa near the popular tourist area of ​​Seminyak is one of Airbnb’s most “wishlisted” properties in Bali Villa Atlantis is the perfect romantic getaway with …

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Mosblock – Curtains that stop mosquito nuisance

The Mosblock project was recently launched to combat the ever-increasing mosquito-borne disease by providing a special type of curtain to slum dwellers in the capital. As part of a pilot study of the project, zebra-patterned fabric curtains were distributed to residents of Korail slum, one of the largest slums in …

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Southern Railway Reports 14% Growth in Freight Loading and Revenue | Chennai News

CHENNAI: Southern Railway recorded an increase in freight loading and revenue in the 2021-22 financial year. The zone loaded 30.56 million tonnes of originating freight, marking a growth of 14% compared to the last financial year 2020-21 when it loaded 26.84 million tonnes. Revenue grew from Rs 2,162 crore in …

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neha sharma: 39 fog-powered vehicles to control communicable diseases in the city | Kanpur News

Kanpur: District Magistrate Neha Sharma on Saturday reported up to 39 misting vehicles to control communicable diseases in the city. The vehicles were flagged as part of a special communicable disease control campaign that will continue until April 30.Speaking to reporters, the DM said a special campaign to combat communicable …

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Mosquito swarm in Region of Peel – 97.3 Coast FM

PIC: File Mosquitoes are wreaking havoc in Peel Region, with some residents reporting they can’t even get out without being swarmed. Mandurah town said there has been an increase in mosquito activity recently, but with more aerial spraying they hope to see a drop in the coming weeks. “This is …

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Biodegradable crib to protect babies from malaria

Malaria is the leading cause of death among children under five in Uganda according to the World Health Organization’s 2011 report and is responsible for 20% of child deaths. The only tool to limit malaria is the use of mosquito nets, which reduce its spread by up to 63 percent. …

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The Red Cross continues to help recover from typhoon “Maring”

A resident of La Union receives cash assistance from the Philippine Red Cross Society (PRC) with assistance from the La Union branch of the PRC. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO The President and CEO of the PHILIPPINE Red Cross Society (PRC), Richard Gordon, has asked the PRC La Union Chapter to distribute much-needed …

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Oscars to celebrate ‘Godfather’, ‘Bond’ – and ‘Bruno’

LOS ANGELES—James Bond wasn’t nominated for an Oscar this year, but that doesn’t mean he won’t be part of the ceremony. It’s the 60th anniversary of the first 007 movie, after all, and the 50th anniversary of “The Godfather,” and those landmarks won’t go uncelebrated on Sunday at the 94th …

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Nigeria: World Water Day – Six common waterborne diseases and how to prevent them

More than a century after the founding of Nigeria, drinking water remains hard-to-find “gold” in many parts of the country, especially in rural areas. Today, March 22, World Water Day highlights the magnitude of the water crisis in the world and in Nigeria in particular. According to the United Nations …

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A simple way to identify aging mosquitoes that cause malaria

NatureCommunications (2022). DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-28980-8″ width=”800″ height=”530″/> Fig. 1: Experimental setup to capture variation in MIRS caused by the laboratory of origin, individual genetic differences, and the natural environment. To disentangle genetic and environmental effects, mosquitoes were obtained either from colonies reared in the laboratory or from genetically heterogeneous wild larvae; …

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PCR tests for Japanese encephalitis available | Braidwood Time

New South Wales residents worried about mosquito-borne Japanese encephalitis should be reassured that accurate tests are available to detect the virus, an expert says. “Tests are readily available in labs across Australia, very accurate tests, to be able to detect Japanese encephalitis,” Dean Whiting, CEO of Pathology Technology Australia, the …

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Foreign Donor Calls for Investigation After One Million Condoms, Medicines and Mosquito Nets Disappear at KEMSA –

The Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA) is once again on high alert after a new scandal links officials to a loss of donations in unclear circumstances. An audit by the Global Fund, a Swiss-based organization that funds governments to fight HIV/AIDS, found that 1.1 million condoms, 908,000 mosquitoes and tuberculosis …

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Cameroon-Malaria: fighting the disease with household intervention

Posted on 14.03.2022 at 3:38 p.m. by Paul Reinhard Wandji Regarding the ‘Stop Malaria’ campaign launched last week, experts have urged families to take the bull by the horns by being the main players in this fight. The statement was made during a round table organized at the Palais des …

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Mozzie alert for a hot weekend

Residents and visitors to SUNRAYSIA have been urged to protect themselves from mosquito bites as forecast hot days and balmy evenings draw people outdoors this long weekend. Deputy Director of Health Deborah Friedman said mosquitoes are still active at this time of year and are capable of transmitting a range …

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San Diego’s unlikely inspiration for social change? The circus

31-year-old Fern Street Circus combines circus arts with social justice goals in San Diego’s inner city highlands. The City Heights neighborhood of San Diego is known for its incredibly diverse community, including Latino, Vietnamese, Somali, Cambodian, and Lao residents. In addition to the many murals and public art exhibits that …

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Four people die of yellow fever in Kenya

Published on: 03/07/2022 – 16:44Amended: 03/07/2022 – 16:42 Nairobi (AFP) – An outbreak of yellow fever, an acute and contagious viral disease, has claimed four lives in Kenya since it was first detected in January, the health ministry said on Monday. The cases were reported in the pastoral and remote …

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Greater Bendigo records 130 new cases of COVID-19 on March 5, 2022 | Bendigo Advertiser

coronavirus, covid-19, bendigo, case, buloke, loddon, campaspe, death, coronavirus GREATER Bendigo recorded 130 new cases of COVID-19 overnight, bringing the total active cases in the region to 927. The Mount Alexander Shire recorded nine more cases while the Central Goldfields Shire recorded 11. More than news: There have been 33 …

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How East Africa is doing against malaria

By The Citizen Reporter Malaria has been one of the greatest scourges of humanity for millennia and mainly kills babies and infants. East Africa is one of the regions heavily affected by this disease and over time efforts to curb the endemic have proven successful in other places while some …

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We are exploring emergency financing options for Ukraine (IMF)

The International Monetary Fund said it was considering possible ways to support war-torn Ukraine. Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva, in a statement released on Friday after a meeting with IMF executive directors, revealed that the Ukrainian authorities had requested emergency financing from the Fund. The Fund’s patron said her organization is …

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Mozambique: Fisheries to expand inspections along coastline

Maputo — Mozambican Minister of Sea, Inland Waters and Fisheries Augusta Maita said Wednesday in Maputo that the country was losing $60 million a year from illegal fishing. She said her ministry plans to increase its operational resources to undertake inspections along the coastline, ban harmful fishing gear and develop …

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WOLF is taking the world by storm with its premium streetwear products and down-to-earth attitude.

Wolf Clothing Brand is a Belgian company specializing in high quality streetwear. The brand has been labeled “the next big thing” and deserves a closer look. Wolf Clothing Brand was founded in 2017. It offers top quality clothing and accessories at more than reasonable prices. WOLF embodies quality, durability, ethical …

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Lessons from Zanzibar: how the islands beat malaria

By Elizabeth Merab For Mwashamba Idi and Juma Ali Juma, both residents of the island of Zanzibar, malaria is not an integral part of their disease vocabulary. In fact, malaria, a disease that kills a child every two minutes, is unknown to many inhabitants of Unguja (island of Zanzibar) who …

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Fires: Complying with building regulations will promote safety – Zanetor Agyeman-Rawlings | General news

Dr Zanetor Agyeman-Rawlings, MP for Klottey-Korle constituency, urged citizens to follow building regulations in the country to promote disaster safety. She also called for raising awareness on building regulations to reduce the occurrence of disasters and promote safety. Dr Agyeman-Rawlings said this when she visited the victims of a fire …

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Mosquitoes learn to avoid five common pesticides after just one non-lethal dose, study finds

They say what doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger, but if you’re a mosquito, it could also give you street smarts. Key points: Some species of mosquitoes transmit diseases that kill hundreds of thousands of people each year Pesticides have been used to control them, but mosquitoes can quickly …

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Eritrea: health care system in the Shambiko sub-zone

Download logo The Shambiko sub-zone is one of the sixteen sub-zones of the Gash Barka region. Its 37 villages and 15 municipalities constitute a concentrate of rich cultural and social diversity. The subzone is inhabited by people belonging to five of Eritrea’s nine ethnic groups: Kunama, Nara, Tigrigna, Saho and …

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MTN Uganda donates humanitarian aid to Kisoro mudslide victims

MTN Uganda, through its corporate social responsibility arm, the MTN Foundation, yesterday donated Shs.51,200,000 to the victims of the Kisoro mudslides. This money will be used to purchase non-food relief items to support families who have been badly affected by the landslides which have left many people displaced, property destroyed …

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RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 14 Episode 6 Recap: Glaamazon Prime

In episode 5 of season 14 of “RuPaul’s Drag Race”, RuPaul Charles brought back ground pork queens Today’s Storm, Jaymes Mansfield and Kahmora room to inspire a PSA parody challenge. Jorgeous fell to the bottom two, but lived up to Ru’s statement that she was “born to do drag” by …

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ShelterBox will bring aid to families in Yemen as the humanitarian crisis worsens: more than 4 million people have lost their homes – Yemen

The disaster relief charity, ShelterBox, will start distributing emergency shelter in Yemen next month. The charity, which has appealed for funds in Yemen, is supporting people who have fled the bitter civil war which has left people homeless. Families seeking refuge have been uprooted time and time again as they …

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Mosquitoes feel on the skin and in the gondola

“We had to make more room on the shelf for these products.” This is how Santiago Brito, manager of a supermarket in the La Loma district, summed up the increase in demand for repellents, coinciding with the proliferation of mosquitoes, a consequence of the recent heat wave and continuous rainy …

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Jimmy Carr recalls the most offensive joke he ever wrote in redone footage

In a resurfaced clip, Jimmy Carr revealed the most offensive joke he’s ever written. The comedian recently came under fire for his Holocaust joke in his Netflix special Its dark material. During the brief segment, Carr talks about the Holocaust and the horrific atrocities committed by the Nazis – remarking …

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Student residences are getting a makeover

Vijayawada: Krishna District Collector J Nivas said the district administration will give the student hostels a facelift and basic amenities will be improved for the convenience of the students. He said 178 hostels in the Krishna district were operated by BC Social Welfare, Tribal Welfare and Welfare Services. Speaking to …

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madurai: The court suspends its decision on the use of insecticide in mosquito nets | Madurai News

Madurai: The Madras High Court on Thursday granted a stay of the decision of the Central Insecticides Board Registration Committee on granting registration for the use of 0.55% alphacypermethrin incorporated in long-lasting bed mosquito nets.A divisional bench consisting of Justices Pushpa Sathyanarayana and P Velmurugan passed the interim order and …

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Wilderness Safaris Vumbura Plains Camp set to reopen after extensive renovation

Wilderness Safaris Botswana Managing Director Kim Nixon said: “As one of our flagship camps in our portfolio in Botswana, we are delighted to have begun this comprehensive refurbishment, and have no doubt that when Vumbura reopens in April, it will continue to offer our guests a trip that will …

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mosquito: Corp will launch a campaign against mosquitoes | Kochi News

Kochi: After angering residents for giving them sleepless nights, the Kochi society seems to have woken up from its slumber. The authorities of the company have implemented an action for mosquito control.Mayor M Anilkumar informed the council which met on Monday that the company will start implementing the action plan …

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‘clean the drains to retard the growth of larvae’ | Kochi News

Kochi: Although the company authorities blame the public for the increase in the number of mosquitoes, the city’s residents’ associations are of the opinion that the civic body’s botched efforts to clean up the breeding sources of the larvae such as sewers and waterlogged areas helped mosquitoes spread and grow. …

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Death toll from Tropical Storm Ana in Mozambique and Malawi rises to 12

MAPUTO, Jan 26 (Reuters) – The death toll from Tropical Storm Ana has risen to at least 12 in Mozambique and Malawi, authorities said, although authorities and aid agencies are still assessing the impact of the storm that swept through southern Africa on Monday. . Mozambique’s National Institute for Disaster …

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GHC200,000 Donation to Apiate Victims Shows Akufo-Addo’s Humanity

The Chief Metropolitan Executive of Tema (MCE), Hon. Yohane Amarh Ashitey, said the cash donation the government made to the victims of last Thursday’s explosion accident in Apiate in the Western Region, is a demonstration of the humanity of President Akufo- Addo. In a sympathetic message to the victims of …

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Nembe Oil Spill: Why Aiteo, Bayelsa Government and Host Community Differ

Although regulators attribute the root cause of last November’s oil spill to the Petroleum Mining License (OML 29) operated by Aiteo Eastern Exploration and Production at Santa Barbara Wellhead 1 in the Nembe Local Government Area of Bayelsa State to sabotage and external human interference, the Bayelsa State Government and …

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Apeatse explosion: 4 in critical condition, 36 on admission and 96 released – Police

The Ghana Police Service has provided an update on the death toll from the blast that occurred at Apeatse in the Western Region on Thursday. According to the director of public affairs of the service, officially, 190 victims have been registered by the national ambulance service and allied agencies. “Of …

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Children among rubble, covered cars as tsunami overwhelms Tonga

HMAS Adelaide was due to leave early Friday with supplies. Concerns that Tonga is not affected by COVID-19, Major General Scott Winter, speaking at the Port of Brisbane, said the fully vaccinated Australian response team will undergo testing regimes rigorous. Australian Army CH-47 Chinook helicopters pictured at HMAS Adelaide before …

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The 7 best hotels near Lisbon for a weekend

Villa Epicurea Courtesy of the hotel For five years, I have regularly sung the praises of the Portuguese capital. But it also turns out that you can go about an hour from Lisbon, or less, in almost any direction, and stumble upon something completely different and completely wonderful. Here are …

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The PH Red Cross calls for more donations for Surigao del Norte, the success of Odette

The President and CEO of the Philippine Red Cross (PRC), Senator Richard Gordon, appealed to the public on Saturday January 15 to continue donating to the PRC fund for the victims of Typhoon Odette. (Photo by Philippine Red Cross/MANILA BULLETIN) The urgent response for those affected by Typhoon Odette continues …

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Displaced villagers in Kambaramba receive humanitarian aid

It will take more than six months for 500 people in Kambaramba village, Angoram district, to rebuild their homes which were burnt down in December, a community leader said. The burning of 43 houses in the village of Kambaramba allegedly caused by an alcohol-related problem and murder that affected 500 …

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NOTICE: Bring back the UK seasons – I miss them

New Year’s Day? It was more like the August bank holiday. While out for a walk, I passed countless people in T-shirts, some in shorts. A couple in a convertible car with the top down motorized, the driver in shirt sleeves. I have to say, I felt a little silly …

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Living on Earth: Remembering Naturalist Tom Lovejoy

Broadcast date: week of January 7, 2022 stream / download this segment as an MP3 file Environmentalist Tom Lovejoy is remembered for his decades of researching and bringing people together to protect the Amazon rainforest and other ecosystems on the planet. (Photo: Courtesy Carmen Thorndike) Host Steve Curwood and White …

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UNMISS peacekeepers tackle former enemy malaria in Eastern Equatoria as global spotlight stays on Covid-19

When new health threats, like the Covid-19 pandemic, emerge and steal the show, old enemies don’t necessarily disappear. Instead, they go about their usual business quietly, much to the dismay of those involved. Malaria is one of those centuries-old scourges that still kills people in South Sudan and elsewhere. The …

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These weird Christmas gifts prove that it’s the thought that counts

Brian Mansfield / Twitter / Alamy It goes without saying that Christmas shouldn’t be all about the presents, but when the presents include mosquito nets and real skulls, they can be hard to ignore. I’m sure we’ve all opened up a gift with a long-forgotten meaning or seemingly unnecessary purpose …

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Low vaccination rates are a concern amid the COVID outbreak in Africa

Low vaccination rates are a growing concern amid a new wave of COVID-19 infections in Africa, where nearly 227,000 deaths have been reported, according to the Africa CDC’s COVID-19 dashboard. Only 20 African countries had vaccinated at least 10% of their population by mid-December, according to the United Nations. Access …

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Tropical diseases detected at altitude

Netra Bahadur Nembang from Bhairabtol in Siddhicharan-12 Municipality, Okhaldhunga, suffered from an unusually high fever last month. In his weakened state, he went to the Okhaldhunga Community Hospital at the district headquarters for examination. Health workers at the hospital have confirmed dengue. Nembang, who had not left his camp for …

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A woman from Lisbellaw raises awareness of the hunger crisis

Lisbellaw’s wife, Libbet Irvine, waves her Christmas sandbag stocking to raise awareness of the food crisis in flood-stricken South Sudan, where an estimated 2.4 million people are at risk of starvation. The worst floods in nearly 60 years have killed livestock and destroyed crops, exacerbating the country’s current food crisis. …

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Tim Thompson appointed to tax court | News

Tim Thompson was appointed by Gov. Andy Beshear to serve the late Bill Burke as the Sixth District Magistrate of the Scott County Tax Court. Although it is a public holiday, Thompson was officially sworn in on Thursday. The term expires at the end of 2022. Burke passed away a …

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Nanotextiles incorporated with insect repellent

A new breakthrough in creating mosquito repellent textiles has been reported in a study published in the journal Materials Chemistry and Physics. Study: Synthesis of polymeric particles with insect repellent for potential application on textile substrates. Image Credit: nechaevkon / Shutterstock.com High performance liquid chromatography confirmed encapsulation of IR3535®, proving …

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Malawi: National Bank’s 12 days of Christmas touch lives

The nation’s bank, the National Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc, donated 11 million crowns worth of items to various institutions as part of a Christmas awareness program dubbed “12 Days of Christmas”. Reproduced on the famous Christmas carol, 12 Days of Christmas began on December 6 and will run until …

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Papers on malaria: my life journey as a public health doctor in Tanzania

Zul Premji is a well-known malaria guru and his book covers his life story, which in short is a rags tale to a global malaria researcher. He dwells deep in a childhood world of family relationships and perhaps most of all for a scientist, those early days of self-discovery influence …

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Mister Mosquito is the peak of weirdness PS2 – Destructoid

We suck young blood I probably would have been everywhere on PlayStation 2 Mr. Mosquito if I knew it existed in 2002. I’ve always liked it when games were centered around mundane concepts, such as Crazy Taxi Where Animal crossing. I have also long had a fascination with games where …

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I have no regrets about going: 52-year-old Australian woman who cut her legs after mosquito bites her in Nigeria

The Australian socialite who had her legs amputated after a mosquito bites her during a week-long visit to Nigeria has opened up about the incident Stephenie Rodriguez said she does not regret coming to Nigeria despite the incident, pointing out that he was predestined by the universe The mother of …

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Because i am not a tree

There is a disconnect between the reality of where people are and how the bureaucracy works A few years ago my wife and I were at a police station in Dhaka to file a GD. I wasn’t thrilled to be there, answering questions that sounded too much like an interrogation, …

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Important facts, quotes about the United Nations agency

As the United Nations agency established in 1946 to provide humanitarian and development initiatives for children and mothers in developing countries, UNICEF celebrates its 75th anniversary on December 11. The United Nations International Children’s Fund (UNICEF) was originally established to provide food and emergency health care to children and mothers …

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Rainco’s global push for sustainability

Ahamed Aroos, Director and CEO of Rainco, a local manufacturing company, talks about building a lifestyle brand, sustainability and global expansion during Covid-19, and why the focus on core values ​​is essential to safely exit economic crises into growth. As we enter a new year after two years of unprecedented …

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Pandemic thwarts the fight against malaria in sub-Saharan Africa: WHO

The coronavirus pandemic has hampered decades of progress against a deadly parasitic disease – disrupting health services and leading to tens of thousands more malaria-related deaths around the world, the World Health Organization said on Monday. There were an estimated 241 million malaria cases and 627,000 related deaths globally in …

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A raft in bad weather – This is how this philanthropist from Tiruchy wins hearts

Express news service TIRUCHY: The sun has finally broken through the thick clouds of Tiruchy, but CK Anand is still busy. His phone has never stopped ringing as many of the city’s alleys have remained underwater due to the downpour of the past few weeks which has left the city …

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Honored Childers Court Officer – Bundaberg Now Giving Free Good News

Retired children’s courthouse officer honored Wayne heidrich A guard of honor made up of police, boy scouts and community representatives reflected the community’s admiration and respect for retired Childers Court House officer Bob Edmiston. It was a pleasant surprise for the former court clerk and longtime director of TMR Childers …

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Aptive Environmental wins gold at the 2021 Best in Biz Awards

News and research before you hear about it on CNBC et al. Claim your 1-week free trial for Street Insider Premium here. Named Company of the Year in the Business to Consumer category PROVO, Utah, December 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Environmental Aptive, one of the fastest growing pest control …

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Indigenous actor responds to internationally known crisis – Businessamlive

Deploy equipment in Nembe Creek to stop the leak In the midst of a crisis, Aiteo responds to communities with relief material Aiteo, Nigeria’s indigenous oil company, experienced a severe wellhead leak crisis that catapulted it to the point of becoming the very first indigenous player to face a crisis …

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NEDC and Yobe government support 246 families of Boko Haram victims with relief items

The Yobe State government, with the support of the Northeast Development Commission (NEDC), yesterday offered Damaturu its support to 246 families of deceased, injured and disabled members of the vigilante group in the 17 local government areas of the state. Speaking to reporters after the distribution of relief items, NEDC …

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Liberia: GAC audit finds money intended to feed prisoners diverted to security operations in Gbarpolu during 2020 special senatorial elections

Monrovia – A follow-up audit report on the management of the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) prison system in Liberia submitted to the National Legislative Assembly on November 17, 2021 by the General Audit Commission (GAC) shows that the ministry has not satisfactorily implemented the recommendations put forward by the General …

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Techiman Municipal Health Directorate adopts measures against yellow fever epidemic

Dr Kwabena Fosohene Kusi Dr Kwabena Fosohene Kusi, city manager of health services at Techiman South, said management was ready to follow the yellow fever outbreak through surveillance in the area. Speaking in an interview with the Ghana News Agency on Tuesday, Dr Kusi said that although the area has …

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Every imaginable baby-friendly hacks for mozzies

If you’re wondering how to keep mosquitoes away from your child, check out these ways for a mosquito-free home. Follow these steps to prevent mozzies from bothering your child. Summer is in full swing and that means mozzies bite your precious toddler in the middle of the night, while walking …

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Camp-M Truck Camper is a lightweight solution for off-grid life and adventure

Folks, before you sit down a lightweight camper van known as Camp-M from none other than Overland Explorer Vehicles, or OEV as they are most often called. If you’ve never heard of OEV, this is a subsidiary of LITE Industries Inc. of Alberta, Canada that has a knack for turning …

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A series of flights to Blue Marble ice cream

c / o Blue Marble Ice Cream It was 3 pm when I called Jennie Dundas. She had written on Nextdoor and her post caught my attention. Jennie is the owner of Blue Marble, an organic ice cream store with a new location on 97th and Broadway, and Nextdoor is …

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Lourdes Montinola Piña Weaving Contest

I HAVE decided to be an ostrich and put my head in the sand for now, as the shameless transactional politics takes our respite and emphasizes our sense of logic, ethics, morality and restraint. There will be enough time to face the end of these maneuvers when voting in May. …

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Why Giannis Antetokounmpo chose the path of greatest resistance

He also has a slew of framed jerseys in the basement. Some of the jerseys hang proudly on the wall; others are stacked haphazardly on a pool table or near the bar filled with alcohol that Giannis does not drink. Many are his, but oddly enough, he also has dozens …

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3 other cases reported, the total number reaches 91

The cumulative Zika virus tally reached 91 on Wednesday in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, after three more positive cases were reported in the city today. According to reports, 17 people have recovered and have tested negative for the virus. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will hold a meeting with health …

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212 beds allocated to dengue patients with LGH

LAHORE: Post Graduate Medical Institute (PGMI) Senior Professor Dr Sardar Al-freed Zafar chaired an AMC / LGH Academic Council meeting here on Monday. The deployment of doctors, nurses and paramedics, the provision of drugs and diagnostic facilities were also discussed at the meeting. The meeting was informed that the best …

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Help Taraba as NEDC rebuilds damaged projects

By Femi Bolaji SUCCOR finally came to Taraba State in the form of shelter, agricultural tools and medicine almost 12 years after the destruction of communities and their livelihoods by Boko Haram terrorists who had ravaged the region since 2009. . According to the Norwegian Refugee Council, as many as …

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Editorial Roundup: Michigan | Michigan News

Detroit News. Oct. 21, 2021. Editorial: Protest exposes Line 5 security risk The protest at a Line 5 pumping station in Michigan’s Thumb appears to have been frivolous – a dozen or so young activists mostly hanging out in a parking lot listening to music – but it exposes serious …

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Over 1,000 Kapelebyong residents displaced by waterlogging: a total of 3,845 crop gardens, especially cassava, peanuts and sweet potatoes, damaged – Uganda

Over 1,300 households have been displaced by waterlogging in Amero Parish in Acowa Sub-county, Kapelebyong District. This was after more than 1,500 residents’ homes were destroyed by waterlogging in the eight villages of Ikobatum, Achanga, Ajesai, Obu-Aiteng, Moru-Isiru, Kokorio, Rogom and Oitu-Osasa. John Peter Eceru, the sub-county disaster manager, said …

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THE PICK OF DEATH

At present, Delhi is seeing an increase in the number of dengue patients, reporting the peak number of cases since 2018 due to the prolonged monsoon. SUPRIYA RAMESH talk to experts to find out more According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cases of dengue have increased dramatically around the …

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Haiti’s health needs remain high two months after the earthquake

Over time, the number of patients suffering from earthquake-related injuries has decreased, but many people suffer from diseases related to poor hygiene and living conditions, such as skin lesions, acute respiratory infections, parasites, gastritis, and infections of the genital and urinary tract. Patients with serious illnesses are referred to functional …

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LSD epidemic under control – Khmer Times

The Agriculture Ministry said the lumpy skin disease (LSD) crisis is almost over due to its vaccination campaign in partnership with the private sector. Yesterday, Department of Animal Health Director Nou Vornika told the Khmer Times that: “98% of sick cattle across the Kingdom have recovered from Lumpy Skin Disease, …

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