Franklin Bailey

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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Racial justice organizations want to restore child tax credit

Residents of the Washington region, DC, Cara Baldari and her 9-month-old daughter Evie (left) and Sarah Orrin-VIminue and her 8 month old son, Otto (right), join a rally in front of the Capitol of United States on December 2. 13, 2021. Alex Wang | Getty Images Racial justice organizations say …

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UNICEF educates children in Osun on the dangers of FGM and early marriage – Nigeria – The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), in collaboration with a non-governmental organization, Value Female Network (VFN) and the Osun State Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare, educated approximately 600 children in the state on the dangers of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and child marriage. The organizations urged children to …

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NEMA distributes relief materials to survivors of Port Harcourt stampede victims

By Okafor Ofiebor/Port Harcourt The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has distributed federally donated relief supplies to families of victims of the Polo Club stampede in Port Harcourt. Our correspondent recalls that the stampede, which claimed the lives of 39 people, occurred on May 28 during a ‘Free Shopping’ event …

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Resumption of summer food service for children in New Mexico

ECECD News: SANTA FE — The New Mexico Department of Early Childhood Education and Care (ECECD) Office of Family Nutrition announced Friday the return of the summer food service program to 570 foodservice sites across the country. ‘State. Administered by ECECD and funded by the United States Department of Agriculture …

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Child mental health crisis in South Africa

It estimated that mental disorders accounted for 13% of the global burden of disease among people aged 10-19 Photo: Supplied NEW The 16th issue of the SA Child Gauge – an annual publication of the Children‘s Institute at the University of Cape Town – revealed that the majority of young …

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Akbank TAS (OTCMKTS:AKBTY) is trading up 6.2%

Akbank TAS (OTCMKTS: AKBTY – Get a rating) shares rose 6.2% in Thursday’s session. The company traded as low as $1.03 and last traded at $1.03. Approximately 139,315 shares were traded during trading, a 412% increase from the average daily volume of 27,188 shares. The stock had previously closed at …

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UNICEF organizes a workshop for effective reporting on children’s health

The United Nations Children’s Fund UNICEF collaborated with the Department of Mass Communication and Journalism (MCJ) of Maulana Azad National Urdu University (UNAMI) for the Effective Reporting Workshop on the health of the child. A two-day workshop on evidence-based health journalism organized by the Department of Mass Communication and Journalism …

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How dust affects your health and your wallet

Designers can simplify details to minimize hard-to-reach nooks and crannies and see which ones can become dust magnets. -MY FIELD In the popular television series Downton Abbey, the memorable opening scene of each episode shows a maid dusting the castle chandeliers with a feather duster. The scene underscores the fact …

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Floor sealer served to students instead of milk was mistakenly stored in food warehouse, Alaska school district says

In the spring of 2021, a pallet of floor sealer was mistakenly delivered as part of a shelf-stable milk shipment to a warehouse used to store food for the Juneau school district, the district said in its latest. update. The floor putty was then served to a group of students …

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M&T Bank Corporation – Consensus indicates 23.7% upside potential

M&T Banking Corporation found using the ticker (MTB) now have 18 analysts covering the stock with the consensus suggesting a buy rating. The target price ranges between 240 and 172.65 calculating the average target price we see 204.73. With the stock’s previous close at 165.49, this would imply upside potential …

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What can we do against poverty? First, stop blaming people for being poor | Kerry Hudson

JThree years ago, after auditioning to play myself, I sat in a stuffy recording studio with a very handsome, middle-class sound technician recording Lowborn’s audiobook: Growing Up, Getting Away and Returning to Britain’s Poorest Towns. About two and a half days after hearing me talk about all the brutality growing …

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UNICEF and community efforts boost girls’ education in Katsina

Disturbed by the persistent number of out-of-school children in Nigeria, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), in partnership with key stakeholders, has embarked on a number of innovative strategies to combat this trend. . Since Katsina is one of the states with the highest number of out-of-school girls, the UN …

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Rwandan hotel urges British migrants to ‘come as a guest, leave as a friend’

Migrants can enjoy a full English breakfast, shoot hoops on a newly built basketball court and buy sweets from a gift shop when they arrive in Rwanda from the UK. While staying at Hope Hostel in Kigali, those returned on deportation flights from Britain will also receive slip-on shoes and …

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Covid updates: Fauci has his first positive test for coronavirus

Dr. Anthony Fauci has not recently been in close contact with President Biden or other senior government officials, the institute he heads said in a statement.Credit…Stefani Reynolds for The New York Times WASHINGTON — Maybe it was just a matter of time. Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, President Biden’s top medical …

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Salisbury Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ:SAL) Sees Significant Short-Term Interest Growth

Salisbury Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: SAL – Get a rating) saw strong growth in short-term interest during the month of May. As of May 31, there were short interests totaling 4,700 shares, up 42.4% from the May 15 total of 3,300 shares. Approximately 0.2% of the company’s shares are sold short. …

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Finance ministers call on the UK government to do more to help those who need it most

Finance ministers from the three devolved countries have urged the UK government to do more to help those who need it most during the cost of living crisis. Kate Forbes from Holyrood, Conor Murphy from the Northern Ireland Assembly, Rebecca Evans from the Welsh Government and Simon Clark, UK Government’s …

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Job: Implementation Partnership Management Specialist at UNICEF

Type of contract: Fixed-term contractLevel: P-4Categories: Research, Planning, Monitoring and EvaluationSupervisor Title/Level: Head of M4R (with dotted lines to Dep Rep Ops)Organizational Unit: M4RJobJob classification level: Level 4 Organizational background and job purpose The fundamental mission of UNICEF is to promote the rights of every child, everywhere, in everything the …

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Ukraine: Humanitarian Response Dashboard – May 2022 – Ukraine

Attachments OVERVIEW Active and escalating hostilities continued across Ukraine in May, claiming civilian lives and exacerbating humanitarian conditions for more than a third of the country’s population.. Ukraine’s agricultural production and export routes remained largely blocked, heightening fears of a looming global food crisis. In recent weeks hostilities have been …

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Washington Federal (NASDAQ:WAFD) and National Park (NYSE:PRK) Direct Inquiry

Washington Federal (NASDAQ:WAFD – Get a rating) and National Park (NYSE:PRK – Get a rating) are both small-cap finance companies, but which stock is superior? We’ll compare the two companies based on the strength of their profitability, risk, valuation, earnings, institutional ownership, analyst recommendations and dividends. Analyst Recommendations This is …

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Westminster’s ‘stubborn refusal’ to reinstate £20 benefit hike ‘punishes people in poverty’, MP says

//= do_shortcode(‘[in-content-square]’) ?> MP Hywel Williams Arfon MP Hywel Williams has called on the UK government to reinstate the £20 increase in Universal Credit from July to protect vulnerable households from the cost of living crisis. The £20 increase was introduced at the start of the Covid pandemic but was …

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UNICEF Egypt appoints champions Ali Farag and Feryal Ashraf as ambassador of Shabab Balad initiative – Society – Egypt

The initiative aims to increase the skills of the country’s 28 million young people between the ages of 10 and 24 and connect them to employment opportunities, entrepreneurship and positive social impacts by 2030. The initiative was launched at the World Youth Forum (WYF) held in Sharm el-Sheikh last January …

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Malaria cases rise, BMC tells people to take precautions

Even before the onset of the monsoon, in the first five days of June, Mumbai had recorded 57 cases of malaria. Most of these cases are reported in wards G South (Elphinstone) and E (Byculla). Suspecting a further increase in mosquito-borne diseases with the arrival of the monsoon in the …

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Myles Garrett is spending the weekend giving back to local kids

CLEVELAND — Myles Garrett is no stranger to giving back. From the artwork he’s commissioned around Cleveland to the food drives he hosts during the holidays, Garrett is always looking to get out there and make an impact in the community. But this weekend, Garrett went all out, spending his …

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New iPhone Buy Now Pay Later button in iOS 16 takes on Affirm and Amazon: How it works

This story is part WWDC 2022CNET’s full coverage from and about Apple’s annual developer conference. What is happening Apple has announced a new free funding feature in Apple Wallet that lets you pay for your purchases for free over time. why is it important As inflation continues to impact households, …

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Retirement of Oswego County Health Department Director Jiancheng Huang Announced at County Legislature Meeting – Oswego County Today

Jianchang Huang is honored on the occasion of his retirement at the County Legislative Assembly meeting. Photo by Shea O’Malley. OSWEGO – Oswego County will have an acting health director starting June 14, the announcement of the retirement of current Oswego County Health Director Jiancheng Huang at the meeting of …

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UNICEF appeals for $25 million to meet the urgent needs of 1.7 million children affected by the economic crisis in Sri Lanka

COLOMBO/KATHMANDU/GENEVA, JUNE 10, 2022 – The debilitating crisis in Sri Lanka has left nearly half of the country’s children in need of some form of humanitarian assistance. The UN has launched an appeal to meet the urgent needs of the most vulnerable population in the next four months. To scale …

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FG donates relief materials to victims of Port Harcourt stampede

NNN: The federal government on Thursday donated relief supplies to victims of the Port Harcourt Polo Club stampede that left 36 people dead. News Agency of Nigeria recalled that the stampede took place on May 28 during the sensitization, organized by the Kings Assembly Church. The Chief Executive of the …

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Ethiopia: Stimulation therapy helps malnourished children – Ethiopia

Malnutrition prevented Pal from developing like other children his age. Thanks to nutritional support and stimulation therapy from Humanity & Inclusion, Pal can now sit, stand and walk on his own. Pal, 11 months, and his mother, Nyayual, 34, live in Nguenyyiel refugee camp, Gambella, Ethiopia. Originally from Nasir, South …

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Rapidly Growing Corporate Gifts Market Expected to Reach $312 Billion by 2025 According to New Research from Coresight Research and GiftNow

Corporate gifts play a central role in improving professional relationships and can be an indispensable tool for staying in touch with employees, customers and partners. The study reveals external factors impacting the corporate gifting market in terms of gifting frequency and spending, including changed work patterns, changing gifting behavior and …

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Kwashiorkor is back

Emmanuel Ekanem Posted June 9, 2022 In 1933, a British paediatrician, Cicely Williams, then working on the Gold Coast (now Ghana), described a syndrome in children, usually between the ages of six months and four years, who had been forced out of their mothers’ wombs. by the birth of another …

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Globus & Cosmos will donate to UNICEF with every booking – Travel Weekly

Coach tourism brands Globus and Cosmos have pledged to donate to UNICEF Australia for every passenger booked from today. Donations will be used to help children and their families around the world where the need is greatest, from providing vital supplies in emergencies to supporting programs that improve health, nutrition …

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FEATURE: How Rwanda reduced the burden of malaria in five years | The new times

Over the past five years, Rwanda has continued to make significant progress in the fight against malaria among the local population. Statistics from the Rwanda Biomedical Center (RBC) show that the country has recorded a decline in malaria incidence from 400 per 1,000 in 2016 to 89 per 1,000 in …

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Food bank use continues to rise as Canadians report being hungry

New data released by the Windsor-Essex Food Bank Association shows a similar situation locally that a Food Banks Canada Report published earlier this week – more people are facing hunger and food insecurity due to rising inflation and housing costs. Food bank officials believe families must choose between paying the …

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Apple Pay Later just crushed Affirm’s dreams, but it’s a big win for 2 Fintech giants

Apple (AAPL 1.25%) attracts worldwide attention when it hosts its developer conferences, as consumers, vendors and tech professionals all eagerly await the latest innovations from the iPhone maker. Yet while many are paying the most attention to the latest product releases, Monday’s announcement of its Apple Pay Later service sent …

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We can do better in the fight against poverty

“If we want to reduce poverty, one of the simplest, quickest and cheapest things we could do would be to ensure that as few people as possible become parents before they want to,” says Isabel Sawhill, an economist at the Brookings Institution. Even though poverty and pregnancy go hand in …

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UNICEF treats malnourished children in drought-stricken Somalia

Make a donation Three consecutive failed rainy seasons have left 29.1 million people in Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya in need of emergency humanitarian assistance in 2022, including at least 1.7 million severely wasted children who have need emergency nutritional support. Somalia is by far the most affected country, with an …

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Davao City reports 654 dengue fever cases this year

Photo by Davao City Health Bureau DAVAO CITY—The Davao City Tropical Disease Prevention and Control Unit recorded a total of 654 dengue fever cases, including three deaths from the disease, from January to May 2022. The city government, through the disease control unit, has intensified its publicity campaign against all …

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Over £1million owed by families in Scotland who cannot afford school meals | Scotland

More than £1million is owed by families across Scotland who are unable to afford school meals for their children, according to a new study. The report by children’s charity Aberlour, seen exclusively by the Guardian, reveals for the first time the scale of school meals debt and details an “alarming” …

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Synchrony Financial – Consensus indicates 35.1% upside potential

Synchrony Financial found using the (SYF) ticker now have 18 total analysts covering the stock. The consensus rating is “Buy”. The range between the high target price and the low target price is between 65 and 22 with an average TP of 48.94. Now, with the previous closing price of …

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It’s time to reinvent the architecture of our overheated cities

Growing up in Delhi in the 1960s, I remember that summer was a season we looked forward to. Cycling home from school at noon, you enter an enclosure with a low rectangular bungalow with thick walls, its deep veranda shaded by a jaffrey of climbing plants. The interior was cooled …

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Remarks by UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell at the World Day Against Child Labor high-level side event – Global

As prepared for delivery NEW YORK, June 3, 2022 – “The current child labor situation is concerning. “Children have been hardest hit by the socio-economic impacts of COVID-19. “We estimate that an additional 100 million children have fallen into poverty since the start of the pandemic. As the rate of …

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Parents of severely disabled children urge legislature to change care system – Oregon Capital Chronicle

A group of parents of severely disabled children want the state to continue paying them as caregivers when the federal public health emergency ends. The emergency was declared at the start of the pandemic, allowing federal health rules to be relaxed. One such rule was a ban on paying parents …

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Synchrony Financial (NYSE:SYF) receives an average “Buy” rating from brokerages

Synchrony Financial Shares (NYSE: SYF – Get a rating) have been given an average rating of “Buy” by the twenty-one analysts who cover the company, Market Beat Ratings reports. One equity research analyst rated the stock with a sell recommendation, five assigned a hold recommendation and twelve gave the company …

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Mecklenburg County Helps Families With Affordable Child Care by Changing Subsidy Requirements | WFAE 90.7

Mecklenburg County officially relaxed eligibility requirements for childcare subsidies on Wednesday to help more families with children under 12 with childcare costs. “This program will allow more families to be served,” said Janet Singerman, CEO of Childcare Resources, which administers the Mecklenburg County Child Care Subsidy Program. “Families need help …

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Nigerian EdTech startup Afrilearn attracts UNICEF Innovation Fund –

Nigerian EdTech startup Afrilearn has become the only Nigerian startup to join the latest cohort of the UNICEF Venture Capital Fund. Afrilearn along with eight other startups around the world developing digital solutions to improve access to digital services, will receive capital-free investments in USD and/or cryptocurrency through the UNICEF …

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Amazon’s Most Popular Outdoor Dining Essentials From $7

Every product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. If you make a purchase using the included links, we may earn a commission. Outdoor dining combines the two best summer activities: enjoying the warm weather and eating delicious food. However, just because you eat in …

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End of school year coincides with end of expanded food subsidies for Georgian children

Georgian families will no longer receive extra money for groceries to keep children‘s stomachs from growling during the summer. Georgian households are no longer eligible for pandemic-EBT benefits that enhanced the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as food stamps. The enlarged program has provided ‌Centaines‌ ‌de‌ ‌Millions‌ ‌de‌ …

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BSP retains COVID-19 shield for credit card users

Banking regulators kept the cap on interest on credit card transactions at 2% per month or 24% per year, citing the need to help consumers amid the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas said the maximum interest rate or finance charge on a cardholder’s outstanding …

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Resource Expenditure Review – gov.scot

Plans to invest in Scotland’s future. An ambitious but realistic public spending framework has been released which outlines how over £180bn will be invested to meet Scotland’s priorities. The Resource Spending Review, which is not a budget, outlines how the Scottish Government will focus public finance in the coming years …

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UNICEF appeals for funds to avert further crises for children in South Sudan

(Xinhua/Pan Siwei) The United Nations children’s agency (UNICEF) on Monday appealed for US$34.8 million over the next three months to avert a humanitarian catastrophe for children in South Sudan. UNICEF said in a statement released in South Sudan’s capital Juba that humanitarian needs have reached an all-time high in 2022, …

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Red Cross Zim receives shares worth US$49,000

The Zimbabwe Red Cross Society (ZCRS) has received replenishment stocks worth US$49,000 from the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC) to strengthen emergency response in natural disaster prone areas . The stocks will allow ZRCS to pre-position itself in areas such as Mashonaland East, Mashonaland Central, Masvingo and Manicaland …

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For founder of San Diego nonprofit Healthy Day Partners, increasing food equity is priority #1

Food justice work done by a local nonprofit Health Day Partners started by looking at a hyperlocal version of the problem – other kids who went to school with the founder’s son didn’t have the same access to healthy snacks. “I noticed that a lot of the kids didn’t have …

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Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE:CUBI) Expected to Post Quarterly Sales of $173.09 Million

Equity research analysts predict that Customers Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: CUBI – Get a rating) will announce sales of $173.09 million for the current fiscal quarter, Zacks Investment Research reports. Four analysts provided earnings estimates for Customers Bancorp. The lowest sales estimate is $164.80 million and the highest is $179.45 million. …

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Cost of living: Thousands of Britain’s poorest families set to miss out on help due to benefit cap

Tens of thousands of Britain’s poorest families risk missing out on a huge boost to their income next year under Rishi Sunak’s £15billion scheme to ease the cost of living crisis through to the benefit limit. Benefit payments are set to rise by 10% from April, the Chancellor has confirmed, …

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16 Afghan children killed in two days of explosions: UNICEF – World news

Mohamed Ag Ayoya, the UNICEF Representative in Afghanistan, said in a tweet on Friday, May 27, that violence against children must stop immediately, in addition to informing people about the upsurge in violence against children. “In the last two days, 16 children were killed in attacks in Kabul and Mazar-e-Sharif …

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Nigerian artists who run charities

Celebrities usually have a habit of giving back to their fans and the communities that helped them achieve fame and wealth. Some go so far as to run charitable organizations that are dedicated to meeting particular needs such as empowerment, education, etc. trust saturday spotlights some of those celebrities who …

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Community Financial Analysis (NASDAQ:TCFC) and BayCom (NASDAQ:BCML)

Community finance (NASDAQ: TCFC – Get a rating) and BayCom (NASDAQ: BCML – Get a rating) are both small cap finance companies, but which is the better company? We’ll compare the two companies based on the strength of their dividends, valuation, earnings, analyst recommendations, profitability, institutional ownership and risk. Profitability …

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City to pilot cash assistance program with input from university’s inclusive economics lab

In response to the lingering economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor Lori Lightfoot recently announced the launch of the Chicago Resilient Communities Pilot program, which will provide 5,000 low-income Chicago residents with $500 per month for an entire year. Applications for the program began in April and closed on …

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UNICEF urges protection of children’s rights

The United Nations Children‘s Fund (UNICEF) has called for a commitment to strengthen protection mechanisms for all children in Nigeria. UNICEF Country Director Peter Hawkins made the call on Thursday, in a statement on the occasion of this year’s Children’s Day celebration. While commemorating Nigerian Children’s Day, he said it …

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Vincent van Gogh and his artist friends take to the streets of downtown Farmington

What is happening: Vincent van Gogh came to downtown Farmington and he brought his artist friends Suzuki Kiitsu, Thomas Waterman Wood, and many others. The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) has been busy this month, installing high-quality reproductions of classic artwork in outdoor venues around the area. There are 26 …

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Parents of a child with mysterious hepatitis share his symptoms

In the days leading up to Christmas, the Cincinnati Widders family was in vacation mode, focused on school holidays, buying gifts and planning a Florida vacation. In the turmoil of the season, other parents might have missed the signs that something was wrong with one of their children, but Elizabeth …

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Covered Holdings Announces Follow-Up Investments by Fortress and Westlake

Covered shares our mission to provide better financing solutions to Americans in need. Tweet that “The Covered team has built a disruptive business serving the underserved with affordable rates and delivering strong portfolio performance,” said Dominique Ruggiero, Managing Director of Fortress Investment Group. “We are pleased to increase our investment …

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UNICEF ends its skills training program for displaced women and girls in northeast Nigeria

The United Nations Children‘s Fund (UNICEF) on Monday, May 23, said young women and girls make up the highest percentage of beneficiaries of its Response, Recovery and Resilience (RRR) project, which provided educational opportunities and economic empowerment skills to people. with vulnerability. The European Union (EU)-funded program, which started in …

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What is West Nile virus and can it cause meningitis?

West Nile virus (WNV) is a mosquito-borne virus. People can contract the virus through a bite from an infected mosquito. WNV can cause mild symptoms in most cases. In some cases, it can cause a more serious illness, such as meningitis. Mosquitoes can carry WNV and transmit it to humans …

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The limits of food marketing are advancing | News, Sports, Jobs

Tougher standards for junk food advertising may be on the way in New York State. Members of the state Senate agriculture committee recently passed S.7487B, 6-3, with state Sen. George Borrello, R-Sunset Bay, voting against. Borrello said the intent of the bill was valid, but questioned a clause …

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Klarna layoffs signal wider slowdown in buy it now and pay later

Get smarter in just 5 minutes Get the daily email that makes reading the news truly enjoyable. Stay informed and entertained, for free. The mental gymnastics it takes to justify a $400 pair of designer sneakers becomes a mere somersault when it only costs you $100 per paycheck. And no …

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Photos of Refugees: Then and Now

“The war (in Ukraine) has caused afastest large-scale displacementschildren since World War II. Catherine Russell, UNICEF Executive Director In 1946, inside Germany, a displaced little girl is wrapped in blankets and seated on a mound of other refugee belongings. © UNICEF Archives. In 2022, young Valeria arrives in Romania with …

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Mosquitoes resistant to insecticides discovered in Jigawa

May 22, 2022May 22, 202283 A mosquito species resistant to most insecticide-treated bed nets except Primiphosmethyl-treated bed nets has been discovered in Jigawa State. The discovery was made by a team of researchers from the Federal University of Dutse, led by Professor Mustapha …

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Book examines college readiness • The Yellow Springs News

During her time as an educator and researcher at the historically black institution Central State University, villager and writer Barbara Fleming, Ph.D., noticed a trend that troubled her: Black students seemed to have been less prepared to enter college by school districts. served them, making them less likely to complete …

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First Commonwealth Financial Co. (NYSE:FCF) expected to post quarterly sales of $97.26 million

Analysts expect First Commonwealth Financial Co. (NYSE:FCF – Get a rating) to post $97.26 million in sales for the current fiscal quarter, according to Zacks. Four analysts made earnings estimates for First Commonwealth Financial. The highest sales estimate is $98.06 million and the lowest is $96.57 million. First Commonwealth Financial …

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Japan provides $1.5 million for drug procurement in Sri Lanka through UNICEF

Struggling with severe drug shortages, the Japanese government has offered to help Sri Lanka by providing $1.5 million for essential drugs through UNICEF to meet the urgent needs of the people. The $1.5 million contribution will help UNICEF provide medicine to more than 1.2 million people, including …

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Government U-turn on obesity is Eton’s total mess | Jamie Olivier

YesYou really couldn’t catch up. Once again, the government has gotten itself into serious trouble. This time he backtracked on his promise to make children‘s health a priority, blowing a huge hole in his own obesity strategy that at one point seemed genuinely progressive and even world-leading. Let’s take a …

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The Skanner News – Expensive auto repairs are sinking consumers into a money pit

New research reveals how costly auto repairs are turning into a new form of predatory lending. And just like other forms of financial abuse, consumers feel duped and deceived about the associated costs and the time it takes to pay these bills. Written by Stop the debt trapa multi-member consumer …

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Basic income could reduce poverty to lowest level in decades

New research involving experts from Northumbria University proposes a new universal basic income model that could cut poverty by more than half, bringing it to its lowest level in 60 years, without additional calls on public finance. The report, funded by the Wellcome Trust and led by Basic Income Conversation …

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Social protection helps reduce child labor

GENEVA (ILO News) – Social protection reduces the poverty and vulnerability of families, thereby reducing the main drivers of child labour, according to a new report by the International Labor Organization (ILO) and the United Nations Fund for childhood (UNICEF). The role of social protection in eliminating child labour: review …

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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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Carvana prepares $615.5 million in ABS notes on fixed-rate installment loans to buy cars

Online used car dealership Carvana is sponsoring a $615.5 million asset-backed securities deal, for its latest asset-backed security (ABS) this year, in a deal that will includes an initial credit enhancement of 9.5% on “AAA” rated notes. Carvana Auto Receivables Trust 2022-P2 has an $82 million tranche that KBRA rated …

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With inflation, California worries about progress on poverty

Start your day with LAist Sign up for the Morning Brief, delivered on weekdays. As Democratic state leaders weigh how to spend a record $97.5 billion budget surplus, they also grapple with how best to protect many vulnerable Californians from poverty as federal stimulus dollars dwindle and high inflation devouring …

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Nottingham bids to be recognized as a UNICEF ‘Child Friendly City’ in the UK

Nottingham has taken the first step on a journey in conjunction with children’s charity UNICEF UK towards international recognition as a child-friendly city. The ambitious three-to-five-year partnership, made possible with funding from the National Lottery Community Fund’s Small Steps Big Changes (SSBC) program, will see councilors, council staff and local …

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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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Largo man charged after deputies find 33 neglected dogs, 2 children without food: report

LARGO, Fla. (WFLA) — Pinellas County deputies arrested a man Saturday morning after they said they found 33 dogs and two children in his home who may have been abused and neglected. Deputies said around 10:20 a.m. Saturday they received a complaint about several dogs barking at a house on …

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$54.15 million in sales expected for Washington Trust Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ:WASH) this quarter

Analysts predict that Washington Trust Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ:WASH – Get a rating) will report sales of $54.15 million for the current fiscal quarter, according to Zacks. Two analysts provided earnings estimates for Washington Trust Bancorp, with the lowest sales estimate of $53.40 million and the highest estimate of $54.90 million. …

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What do you want to see in the budget this year?

Finance Minister Grant Robertson will unveil this year’s budget on Thursday. Some say now is the time for change, as the country experiences high inflation, reopening borders and a tight labor market. We asked: What do you hope to see this year? Kirk Hope, Managing Director, Business NZ: The main …

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