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first_img 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. To celebrate our tenth anniversary of publishing online, UK Fundraising is giving away a job advert or banner advert to the UK charity or fundraising supplier who wins our competition.To enter all you have to do is complete a tie-breaker in an apt or amusing way by the close of business on Monday 13 December 2004 – which is today.The tiebreaker to complete is – in no more than 20 words, complete the phrase “Online fundraising is fun because…” Advertisement  19 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Enter today – and good luck! Howard Lake | 13 December 2004 | Newscenter_img Tagged with: Digital Individual giving Win free job advert or banner advert from UK Fundraising AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more

Campaign Update—Orentlicher for Congress

first_imgOur pre-recount inspection begins this Thursday,  July 7, in Brazil with a review of the Clay County voting records. We’ll also be in Newport and Terre Haute later that day for a review of the Vermillion and Vigo County voting records. By taking a look at the voting records before the recount, we can speed up the recount process.After our pre-recount inspection in the three counties, we can begin the actual recount in all nineteen counties. That will probably start on either Friday, July 8, or Monday, July 11. And once we get into the counting, we’ll have a better sense of how long the entire process will take. Most likely, we’ll know by Friday, July 22, or Friday, July 29, how the recount will change the vote totals.In the meantime, we’ve been greeting voters and receiving warm welcomes on the campaign trail. We were in Martin County this past Saturday afternoon for the Shoals Catfish Festival. Later that afternoon, we were in Spencer County for the Abraham Lincoln Freedom Festival. After walking in the parade through downtown Rockport, we enjoyed the Festival’s live music.Our holiday weekend campaign activities continued yesterday in Greene County, where we walked in the Linton Freedom Festival Parade, Indiana’s largest Independence Day parade.  We then moved onto Knox County, where we walked in Vincennes’ annual 4th of July parade.Thank you very much for your support. We hope to share more good news soon.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Brazil Opens With Rout In Women’s Football

first_img Anyone who follows the Brazilian womens professionals soccer has heard of Cilene Katia da Silva, 34. She played in four FIFA World Cups and two Olympic Games. A sailor since 2009, on Saturday, July 16th, she introduced herself as an athlete in military style. Brazil beat France by 4-1at the San Gennaro stadium in Rio de Janeiro in the women’s soccer tournament of the 5th Military World Games, Katia scoring two goals. The first came just four minutes into the game, with another one coming at the 33rd minute before the break. Michele Reis and Melissa Sodré, chipped in the other two. The French goal came at 40 minutes of the second half from Cynthia Guéhi. “Katia is a player who is physically and technically good and is unmistakable. It seems that time stands still for her, “said the Brazilian coach, Lt. Daniel Gonçalves. Their challenge will be against Canada. “The game was very centralized with me and Maycon. We know that we will have a harder time in the game against Canada and collectively we have to play better, but the players believe in our potential,” said the striker. Rear Admiral Marine Fernando Motta is thrilled with the results of the Brazilian women. He recalls that this was the second Brazilian victory in the 5th World Games. On Friday Brazil defeated Algeria by 1-0 in men’s soccer. “We started on the right foot. Yesterday (Friday), the men did their job against Algeria and the women did their part today beating France,” he said. With Saturday’s victory, Brazil leads group A women’s with three points, followed by France and Canada. In group B, Netherlands defeated Germany 3-2. By Dialogo July 17, 2011last_img read more

Uncontrollable Violence in Honduras

first_imgBy Dialogo March 01, 2013 The 2012 murder rate was slightly lower to that of the previous year, but it is still far higher than the worldwide average, considered to be 8.8 by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the Observatory of Violence at the National Autonomous University of Honduras (UNAH) said in a report. A law passed by the government forbids two men from riding a motorcycle together, to hinder the operation of hit men or hires assassins. Honduras holds the highest murder rate worldwide, with 91.6 murders per 100,000 inhabitants according to the 2012 UN Homicide Statistics Report, despite the government policy directing military officers to patrol the streets, violence experts said on February 27. Police and military presence is felt not only in urban areas, but also in shanty towns, as well as on public transportation. Recently, President Lobo sent 2,000 troops to patrol the streets of the country’s most violent cities to support a police force of 14,500 members that is struggling with the crime wave that is sweeping the country. Likewise, telephone wiretaps have been approved, cameras have been installed on the streets in main cities, and a report system using a 911 line has been established.last_img read more

CFO Focus: The strategic exec in a rapidly changing world

first_imgCFOs may not always be the most publicly visible executives compared with CEOs and other senior leaders, but in a rapidly changing world full of new challenges and risks, finance executives can be the stewards who guide companies toward growth, according to a study of more than 500 chief financial officers and senior finance executives conducted by The Economist Intelligence Unit, commissioned by Coupa Software.In particular, leveraging technology and implementing better processes tend to be the top strategies for CFOs who say they’re most able to meet their goals, so more CFOs need to analyze how they can make these changes to better execute their strategies, find the authors of The Strategic CFO in a Rapidly Changing World.The key findings of this report include:1. Strategic CFOs break down silos to gain visibility across departments.To overcome industry and economic challenges, CFOs need to work closely with other departments and break down information silos. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

How to combine sports, gastronomy, untouched nature and culture into one? The solution is Papuk Extreme Challange

first_imgHow to combine 7 different sports in 11 races in just 3 days? Combine sports, gastronomy, untouched nature and culture into one? Break the myth of flat Slavonia?To provide, not only to Slavonia, but also to the whole of Croatia an event that has never happened before, and yet attract over 5000 people to the town of Orahovica and the Papuk Nature Park?The young team, along with ten other different clubs from all over Croatia, tackled this issue and many others. After long-term thinking, the answer imposes itself; Papuk extreme challenge which will be held in Orahovica from 1-3 June 2018.Papuk Extreme Challange is the first outdoor festival in Orahovac, which aims to make it the largest sports, tourism and gastronomic spectacle ever held in Croatia, organizers say, and the whole event will be held on the slopes of Papuk near the resort “Lake”. ” Visitors will have the opportunity to taste Slavonian specialties in our rich gastronomic offer and camp on the spot, Lake Orahovac or stay in nearby accommodation. Our idea of ​​this festival is exclusively eco-oriented. No waste will be left in nature because we recognize that we are blessed with our environment, our beautiful Papuk who is a true gift from God. ” points out Nives Smolčić from the organization Papuk Extreme ChallangeIn the meantime, there is no need to worry about it. ”In addition to sports events that will be held from Friday to Sunday (trail and trekking running, cycling races, long distance swimming, hurdles races for the youngest) there will be various concerts, camping on Lake Orahovac, games for the youngest, gourmet specialties of Slavonia and Baranja, open-air cinema, exhibitions of paintings and photographs…Budući da se istoga vikenda održava i 50. Orahovačko proljeće posjetitelje očekuju i razna kulturna događanja – akustične večeri pod zvijezadama, kino na otvorenom, Sajam nakita Arsor, nastup 12 Kulturno umjetničkih društava, koncerti raznih poznatih glazbenika, tradicionalna cvjetna povorka djece osnovnih i srednjih škola iz cijele Slavonije, likovne izložbe te predavanja poznatih sportaša, neka su od njih.The organizers expect about 2000 participants who will need accommodation and food, and due to the organization and gastronomic offer at the fair of domestic products, they invited family farms to recognize the opportunity to present their products.See more about the whole festival herelast_img read more

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RICS weighs up historic HQ move

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With low test rates, COVID-19 spreads in shadows

first_imgSpeed and scopeAnd testing capacity differs hugely, even among rich nations. Cecile Viboud, an epidemiologist at the US National Institutes of Health, singled out South Korea for praise. After a surge in cases in February, Korean authorities boosted testing capacity and implemented stringent measures to prevent further transmission.”A real turning point was the strong increase in testing that they did,” she told AFP. “You need to know where you are in the epidemic to be able to do something about it. And to do that, you need to test.”World Health Organization head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus echoed the sentiment on Monday with a simple message for all countries: “test, test, test”.”If they test positive, isolate them & find out who they have been in close contact with up to 2 days before they developed symptoms & test those people too,” he said on Twitter.Sharon Lewin, head of the world-leading Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity at the University of Melbourne, said another good example of testing and then tracing contacts of patients occurred in Singapore.”Very early on they did aggressive testing and chased down cases through contact tracing, and very aggressively quarantining contacts,” she told AFP. “They did some social distancing measures, but not as extreme. They closed schools for a while, but only for two or three weeks. They banned meetings, but people still went to work.”But there is only a small window of opportunity to shut down an outbreak once a cluster of cases emerges.These seem to have caught authorities in Italy and Spain — the two European countries worst hit by the pandemic — off guard. As of Wednesday Italy had carried out 165,000 tests, compared with roughly 42,000 in France.Ultimately, the true impact of the disease worldwide cannot be known until tests for COVID-19 antibodies — for example those patients who had it and recovered — are established.There are several currently in development. The lack of available tests for COVID-19 means the world is effectively fighting the pandemic blind and may not know the true extent of infection for months if not years, experts said Thursday. Because COVID-19 is so infectious — roughly 2.5 times that of the common cold — but not everyone presents symptoms, the figure of more than 200,000 confirmed cases tells only a fraction of the story. Jerry Shaman, a diseases expert at the University of Columbia, told AFP it was “likely” that developed nations are identifying between one in five and one in 10 true infections. Shaman said there was a variety of reasons, including “test availability, capacity, ignorance [not taking the issue seriously], arrogance [national pride].”On Tuesday the British government conceded it was likely there were already more than 55,000 COVID-19 infections in the country, far lower than the more than 2,600 confirmed cases so far.While the number of undetected or non-symptomatic cases likely mean the virus is less deadly than initially feared, low detection rates are a huge problem for governments looking to slow the spread and reduce the strain on health systems.”Many of these infections are mild but still contagious. So they go about their normal routine — go to work, use public transportation, go shopping — and spread the virus in the broader community,” said Shaman.  “They unwittingly take the virus to new places by auto, train or plane.”While it is generally accepted that patients showing symptoms are more contagious than those exhibiting no sign of infection, the idea of millions of infected people mixing with vulnerable groups will not comfort governments. Topics :last_img read more

Clark pips Taylor to Bramham title

first_img The consistent Clark, who won impressively at the Blenheim International in Oxfordshire last September, earlier jumped clear to finish on a score of 46.2 penalties, which piled the pressure on Taylor. Four faults gave Taylor a final score of 46.9 and left her in second spot after she won the Tattersalls event in Ireland on Allercombe Ellie last Sunday. Ireland’s Aoife Clark and Fenyas Elegance triumphed in the CCI three-star class at the Equi-Trek Bramham International Horse Trials on Sunday. British eventer Izzy Taylor was hoping to land a second major title in eight days, and led throughout the dressage and cross-country phases. She was last to go in the showjumping aboard Orlando, but a fence down early in their round meant that Clark claimed victory. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more