Nation Media Group (NMG.rw) listed on the Rwanda Stock Exchange under the Printing & Publishing sector has released it’s 2007 annual report.For more information about Nation Media Group (NMG.rw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Nation Media Group (NMG.rw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Nation Media Group (NMG.rw) 2007 annual report.Company ProfileNation Media Group is the largest independent media house in East and Central Africa with interests in print, broadcasting and digital media. Nation Media Group operates in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda. Multi-media platforms include newspaper and magazine publications, radio and television broadcasting, and digital marketing publications. Nation Media Group generates and distributes content created to inform, educate and entertain consumers to a multi-cultural audience across East and Central Africa. The media house was founded in 1960 in a turbulent political era by His Highness the Aga Khan and became a voice for African people. Nation Media Group is listed on the Rwanda Stock Exchange
BK Group Plc (BKG.ke) listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2013 annual report.For more information about BK Group Plc (BKG.ke) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the BK Group Plc (BKG.ke) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: BK Group Plc (BKG.ke) 2013 annual report.Company ProfileBK Group Plc formerly (Bank of Kigali Limited) is Rwanda’s largest commercial bank by assets and licensed by the country’s banking regulator, National Bank of Rwanda. It offers a full spectrum of products and services for retail banking, corporate banking and central treasury. Bank of Kigali SA commenced operations in 1967; initially as a joint venture between the government of Rwanda and Belgolaise, with each owning 50% of the ordinary share capital. In 2007, the government of Rwanda acquired the Belgolaise shareholding which increased its direct and indirect shareholding in the Bank of Kigali to 100% of the entire Issued Shares. The Bank changed its name to Bank of Kigali Limited in 2011 under a new law relating to companies. Bank of Kigali Limited now has 79 branches located in the main towns and cities of Rwanda with its head office in the capital city, Kigali. BK Group Plc has a primary listing on the Rwanda Stock Exchange and a secondary listing on the Nairobi Securities Exchange
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Preparing Your Capital Campaign (Excellence in Fundraising Workbook) Howard Lake | 26 October 2007 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 10 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
One of Northern Ireland’s major car dealers has reached its two year fundraising target for a local cancer charity in one year.The Agnew Group has raised £200,000 for the Cancer Fund for Children one year ahead of schedule and now intends to raise the target for the second year of fundraising.“We set an ambitious fundraising target to raise £200,000,” said Yuile Magee, managing director of the Agnew Group.“As our overall total got steadily closer to the £200,000 milestone staff were spurred on to hit the target and raise as much as money as possible,” Mr Magee said.Agnew Group’s 1,100 staff were involved across 16 dealerships and organised a range of events and activities to raise money. These included runs, coffee mornings, customer competitions and payroll giving.The company has now increased its fundraising target to £250,000 in 2019.The Cancer Fund for Children had an income of £2.6 million in 2017, roughly similar to the year before. Donations and legacies made up around half that figure, with trading activities and support group fundraising making up the balance. The Fund has received significant backing from golfer Rory McIroy. 145 total views, 1 views today Howard Lake | 17 December 2018 | News Advertisement Car dealer raises £200k for Cancer Fund for Children Tagged with: corporate fundraising Northern Ireland 146 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis6 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis6 About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
A deadly attack killed six young students at the University of California, Santa Barbara on May 23 and injured 13 others in Isla Vista, Calif. That was the toll of 22-year-old Elliot Rodger’s angry rampage, which ended when he took his own life.Rodger had published a 141-page “manifesto” detailing his overwhelming rage toward humanity, especially women. He expressed male and class entitlement to women’s attention. In spite of his mother’s Malaysian descent, Rodger’s writings spewed hostility to Asians, Latinos/as and African Americans. Yet he reported years of anti-Asian bigotry and bullying at schools he had attended.Rodgers was obsessed by his grievances against women and blamed them for what he termed his life of pain and rejection. In his misogynistic manifesto and a video he posted on YouTube on May 22, he announced plans for violent “retribution” against women and others who had hurt him. His first fatalities were his three Asian-American male roommates, followed by the deadly shootings of two young women and a Latino youth.Just three weeks earlier, Santa Barbara sheriff’s deputies had visited Rodger but had not detained him; they said he did not exhibit dangerous behavior. They did not view his earlier disturbing videos.Rather than police, shouldn’t mental health and medical professionals evaluate people’s mental health, so they can hospitalize and treat those who pose a danger to themselves and society? Instead, the criminal justice system has increasingly taken over for the mental health system, weakened by funding cuts, so the sick are put in jail or shot by police on the streets rather than hospitalized.Since May 23, more than 1 million women have expressed their experiences with verbal and sexual harassment and assaults on social media, especially at the Twitter hashtag #YesAllWomen.Sexual harassment is so prevalent now that 83 percent of girls 12 to 16 have experienced some form of it in public schools, reported Charles M. Blow in his June 2 New York Times column.Though Rodger’s behavior was extreme, his ideas of male superiority, entitlement and objectification of women are rife throughout this society. These views are infused in mainstream media and culture –- in video games, on the Internet and television, including right-wing talk shows. Sexual and physical violence against women –- daily occurrences in real life — are major plot lines in profit-making blockbuster movies.Sexism and misogyny permeate U.S. society and culture right up to the very top. Mistreatment of women in the U.S. military is enabled by Pentagon officials and military commanders who refuse to prosecute sexual crimes. Congress recently agreed with the brass and defeated legislation aimed at holding more military perpetrators accountable for their actions.Sexist attitudes are reinforced by college and university administrations when they ignore or choose not to investigate or penalize male students who have committed sexual assaults. Or when the victims and survivors are punished instead. This is a serious problem: one in five college women is sexually assaulted before graduation.In the workplace, corporate bosses sexually harass and assault women employees, including immigrants, with impunity.What is the message sent throughout society when women are discriminated against in jobs and wages, even super-exploited, and government officials let this happen? Despite women’s gains in many areas — which were achieved after years of struggle — inequality is still maintained by corporations and in bastions of academic and governmental power.The right wing’s aggressive anti-woman agenda, especially aimed at Black, Latina, Asian and Native, low-income and young women, further entrenches male supremacy, women’s inequality and racism.Women’s oppression, like all forms of oppression, discrimination and inequity, is inherent in capitalism. To maintain their rule, the wealthiest 1% foster a reactionary ideology of racism, sexism, anti-immigrant bias and bigotry against lesbians, gay, bi, transgender and queer people.An independent movement of women and other progressive forces, including workers, youth and students, is needed to oppose all forms of sexism and anti-woman violence and the capitalist system from which they spring.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Home Indiana Agriculture News Forage Crops Could Provide Opportunities Following Corn While some farmers might be tempted to select a winter barley, Johnson said it’s not as winter-hardy as some of the other small grains. A major factor in selecting a forage crop to follow corn is the type of herbicides used on the cornfield. Herbicides are labeled with restrictions because some residuals can damage a forage crop seeding. Facebook Twitter SHARE Source: Purdue A wide range of forage crops could help grain and livestock producers salvage some value from their fields once the drought-ravaged corn crop has been harvested – if soil moisture returns to a level that can support plant growth. While damaged corn can be used as forage to feed livestock, it won’t be enough to thwart forage shortages. Several forage crops are available for Indiana growers to plant in late summer or early fall and that could serve as livestock feed in the spring. “For the August seeding, an excellent consideration would be spring oat that will be harvested by machine, or a combination of spring oat and forage turnip if grazed by livestock,” said Keith Johnson, Purdue Extension forage specialist. “Spring oat will not survive the winter. “While the expectation is for turnips to winterkill, too, it has been observed that they can survive a mild Indiana winter.” Another possible choice is annual ryegrass, but growers who go this route need to pay close attention to keep the crop from becoming a nuisance. Johnson recommended an early seeding to have both fall and spring harvests. Facebook Twitter Some small grains also could be options. “Carefully selected varieties of soft red winter wheat, winter cereal rye and winter triticale are adapted across the state of Indiana,” Johnson said. “These crops can be lightly grazed in the fall if weather conditions favor growth, and there is an expectation to produce more abundant forage the following spring.” SHARE Most herbicide labels do not specifically list the species that are used for cover crops or fall forages, so these species often fall under the “other crops” listed section at the maximum restriction period, said Travis Legleiter, Purdue Extension weed scientist. “These restrictions are meant to protect the rotation crop, end consumer and livestock consuming the harvested crop,” he said. By Gary Truitt – Jul 24, 2012 Forage Crops Could Provide Opportunities Following Corn Previous articleFarm Bureau Says USDA Action Will Help Farmers and RanchersNext articleDrought Stress Starting To Set In On Specialty And Produce Crops Gary Truitt More information about herbicide restrictions is available in Purdue Extension’s free publication, “Cover Crops and the Corn and Soybean Herbicide Rotational Restrictions,” available at https://www.btny.purdue.edu/WeedScience/2011/CoverCrops11.pdf.Purdue Extension’s “Midwest Cover Crops Field Guide” also can help farmers decide which crops would be most appropriate.If the crops are used as forage, and not just to provide cover, Johnson suggests seeding at the earlier time frames noted in the publication.The guide can be purchased at https://www.the-education-store.com or by calling (888) EXT-INFO (398-4636) and asking for The Education Store.
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25 jobs will be created over the next five years by US-based industrial cybersecurity and alarm management company exida which has confirmed that it will establish its European Centre of Excellence in Shannon.exida IRL Director Iwan van Beurden said that initial hiring was already completed for the Shannon office and the total staff count would be increased to 25 over the next three to five years.“This will allow us to expand our software development capability and resource EU projects”, he explained.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “The process of setting up a new office completely virtually was quite smooth, IDA Ireland was there to help and provided excellent support through many online meetings”.exida chief executive Chris O’Brien said there were several factors that led to the company selecting Shannon for its European base including the strong local talent pool to recruit from, support from IDA Ireland and proximity to the European market.“We are very excited to launch exida IRL to provide local support for our European customers and expand exida’s technical capabilities,” he added.Welcoming exida’s decision to locate its new Centre of Excellence in Shannon, Tánaiste and Employment Minister Leo Varadkar said that as a world leader in a highly specialist field, exida was a welcome addition to the business ecosystem in the region.IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan said that due to travel restrictions imposed as a result of the Covid pandemic, the US-based team at exida experienced Shannon and the Mid West’s unique value proposition and pro-business environment, through IDA Ireland’s Remote Site Visit hub.“I wish to congratulate the team at exida on today’s announcement and assure them of IDA Ireland’s continued support.”exida provides certification, services, assessments, and tools to automation, automotive, robotics, and machinery equipment manufacturers as well as pharmaceutical, chemical, petro-chemical, oil, gas, subsea, metals and mining, pulp, paper and power utility customers.The company, which is headquartered in Sellersville, Pennsylvania has performed more process control safety certifications than any other company worldwide. WhatsApp Facebook Advertisement Twitter Linkedin Print NewsJobs boost from cybersecurity firm’s Shannon moveBy Editor – October 28, 2020 201 Email Previous articlePeace activists acquitted of painting crucifixes on Shannon runwayNext articleReport sets out ambitious vision for Limerick’s Directly Elected Mayor Editor
Twitter Local NewsWorld News LONDON (AP) — For nine months, Gordon Bonner has been in the “hinterlands of despair and desolation” after losing his wife of 63 years to the coronavirus pandemic that has now taken the lives of more than 100,000 people in the United Kingdom. Only recently did Bonner think he might be able to move on — after sensing the spirit of his wife, Muriel, near him on what would have been her 84th birthday. “I suddenly understood I had to change my attitude, that memories are not shackles, they are garlands and one should wear them like garlands around your shoulders and use them to communicate between the quick and the dead,” the retired Army major said in an interview from his home in the northern city of Leeds. “Grief is the price we pay for love.” Bonner, 86, is just one of many hundreds of thousands of Britons toiling with grief because of the pandemic. With more than 2 million dead worldwide, people the world over are mourning loved ones, but the U.K.’s toll weighs particularly heavily: It is the smallest nation to pass the 100,000 mark. While Wuhan, Bergamo or New York City may be more associated with the pandemic, the U.K. has one of the the highest death tolls relative to its population. For comparison, the United States, with five times Britain’s population, has four times the number of deaths. Experts say virus tallies, in general, are undercounts due to limited testing and missed cases, especially early in the pandemic. Alongside excess deaths comes excess grief, made even more acute by the social distancing measures in place to slow the virus’s spread. “There’s going to be a tsunami of grief and mental health issues this year, next year, ongoing, due to the complications, because of course people haven’t been able to have the usual rituals,” said Linda Magistris, founder of the Good Grief Trust, which brings bereavement services in the U.K. together under one umbrella. Bonner understands the need for restrictions but that hasn’t made it any easier. Six weeks after he was prevented from going to Muriel’s care home because of lockdown restrictions and 10 days after she was diagnosed with COVID-19, Bonner was summoned to the hospital and, “dressed like a spaceman,” he bore witness to his wife’s final agonizing moments. “She was working so hard to draw breath, her lips were pursed as if she was sucking on a straw,” he said. “I can see her face now with her lips in that position and it was devastating and it knocked me sideways.” That was the last time he saw Muriel, and that image haunts him. And in what he termed a “wicked twist in the tale,” Bonner was not offered the chance to replace that memory as his wife’s body was deemed a “reservoir of active coronavirus.” He wasn’t even able to have her dressed the way he wanted for her cremation. Hugs with friends and family — well, they’re not advised. Those rituals help people cope, a task made harder now because there’s no escape from the scale of death in the U.K. — beyond the annual average of around 600,000 — from the regular sound of ambulance sirens to the alarming headlines on news bulletins. “The backdrop of death, of grief, around creates quite a caustic context,” said Andy Langford, clinical director at Cruse, a leading charity for bereaved people. Many left behind are unsure where to seek help, partly because they are navigating the grieving process at a time when local health services are not operating as normal. Bereavement charities have stepped in, tailoring support groups online, that may appeal to those who may otherwise have been reluctant to search out help in the pre-COVID-19 world. But resources are stretched, especially when the country is regularly recording over 1,000 deaths a day. The government is being urged to provide extra funding to bolster helplines, counseling services and other community support programs. “It’s really important we don’t pathologize grief as indicative of mental health difficulties, but equally a huge proportion of people will need support,” said Dr. Charley Baker, associate professor of mental health at the University of Nottingham. Many won’t need any or only minimal outside support. But there is a concern that some of the grief is pent up: that people may be be subconsciously shielding themselves from its full impact, and they may end up being hit hard as the pandemic comes under control. “I think it will be strange because it will be a really positive thing when things can hopefully get back to some degree of normality, but I think that would also be a very difficult moment because we’ve all been a bit frozen in time,” said Jo Goodman, who lost her 72-year-old father Stuart last April, just days after he tested positive for the virus. A couple of months after her father died, Goodman, 32, co-founded the COVID-19 Bereaved Families for Justice group to pressure the government to back a public inquiry into how the pandemic was handled last spring. “We can’t normalize the fact that hundreds upon hundreds of people are dying everyday and knowing what their families are going through,” Goodman said. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said an inquiry will take place — but only after the crisis is over. But already critics are arguing that the government has repeated the mistakes it made in the spring in the current resurgence, such as locking down the country too late. The U.K. is also contending with a new, more contagious variant that may carry a higher risk of death than the original strain. Bonner, meanwhile, is hoping that the country will take the time to properly mourn and is considering sending a letter to Johnson, who has yet to back a national commemoration for virus victims, to suggest a “a simultaneous remembrance service so those of us who have lost people to COVID can go somewhere to seek some solace.” ——— Follow AP’s pandemic coverage at https://apnews.com/hub/coronavirus-pandemic and https://apnews.com/UnderstandingtheOutbreak. 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