Intravenous Infusions Limited (IIL.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Pharmaceuticals sector has released it’s 2017 abridged results.For more information about Intravenous Infusions Limited (IIL.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Intravenous Infusions Limited (IIL.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Intravenous Infusions Limited (IIL.gh) 2017 abridged results.Company ProfileIntravenous Infusions Limited (IIL) was incorporated in 1969 and began operations in 1974 as the first pharmaceutical company producing intravenous fluids in Ghana. The main business activity of IIL is the production of intravenous infusions for therapeutic purposes. Intravenous infusion therapy, commonly called IV, refers to the administration of fluids, drugs, or blood directly into the circulatory system through a vein. Intravenous Infusions Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
Howard Lake | 24 July 2007 | News 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. Government publishes review of the Third Sector You can download the report and recommendations from the Office of the Third Sector’s website. There is also a discussion forum for feedback on the report. The Government has published its final report of its review of the third sector. “The future role of the third sector in social and economic regeneration” sets out a strategy to promote the partnership between the Government and the third sector over the next ten years.The Office of the Third Sector will be leading on most of the measures announced in the report. It will be investing more than £515 million in third sector programmes “to support thousands of community organisations across the country”.The Office of the Third Sector said that the main aims of the report are “to help give third sector organisations a greater voice and to work with the sector to strengthen communities, transform public services, encourage social enterprise and support the conditions for the sector to thrive”. Advertisement 16 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
Receive email alerts Alternative media Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for the immediate and unconditional release of three Cambodian journalists-cum-environmental activists who were arrested nearly a month ago in connection with their coverage of the partial destruction of a lake in a suburb of the capital, Phnom Penh. Mother Nature Cambodia emerged as an alternative media outlet combining journalism and activism in 2012, when it published the findings of its investigation into the large-scale logging of rare woods by the state and by powerful businessmen linked to the regime’s leadership – a business worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Organisation Cambodia is ranked 144th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2020 World Press Freedom Index. Their crime was investigating the decision to fill in part of Lake Boeung Tamok. In a video that has since been rendered inaccessible, Mother Nature Cambodia reported that the defence ministry is going to fill in 300 hectares of the lake in order to build a military base, with disastrous consequences for the environment. to go further Two members of Mother Nature Cambodia, Dem Kundy and Hun Vannak, were already arrested on the same charge of inciting crime in September 2017, when they were doing a report on illegal trafficking in sand and were caught filming barges delivering vast amounts of newly extracted sand to an international cargo ship. To mark “Earth Overshoot Day” on 22 August, RSF published alarming statistics about journalists who cover environmental stories. At least ten have been killed worldwide in the past five years, while more than 50 press freedom violations linked to environment journalism have been tallied during the same period. Thon Ratha (left), Long Kunthea (center) and Phuon Keorasmey (photos: MNC). News News Follow the news on Cambodia “In a country like Cambodia, where the government has applied itself to eliminating all independent media in the past three years, organizations such as Mother Nature Cambodia are now taking on the role of providing freely-reported and reliable information,” said Daniel Bastard, the head of RSF’s Asia-Pacific desk. “The arrest of three of its investigators is the latest step in the Hun Sen administration’s progression from bad to worse, towards a society with totalitarian overtones. They must be freed at once.” News Help by sharing this information Google experiments drop Australian media from search results RSF_en News January 21, 2021 Find out more RSF decries Cambodian plan for Chinese-style “Great Firewall” February 24, 2021 Find out more Long Kunthea, Phuon Keoreaksmey and Thon Ratha, who work for the environmental website Mother Nature Cambodia, were arrested on 3 September and were placed in pre-trial detention three days later on a charge of “incitement to commit a felony or cause social unrest.” CambodiaAsia – Pacific Condemning abuses EnvironmentCitizen-journalistsJudicial harassment September 30, 2020 Three Mother Nature Cambodia reporters arrested for “inciting crime” CambodiaAsia – Pacific Condemning abuses EnvironmentCitizen-journalistsJudicial harassment Cambodian journalist gets 20 months in jail for livestream December 28, 2020 Find out more
Facebook Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry By admin – September 22, 2016 Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Google+ Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Twitter WhatsApp Twitter Facebook WhatsApp Previous articleHarps squad to be stretched ahead of Pats visitNext articleMinister urged to give update on Buncrana Education Campus site admin Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Letterkenny councillor says gardai must tackle antisocial behaviour Google+ Homepage BannerNews Pinterest A Donegal County Councillor is calling for an increase in Community Garda foot patrols in the Letterkenny area.The call comes following a spate of anti-social behaviour in some estates which has left some elderly residents frightened.Local Councillor Gerry McMonagle says particularly coming into the dark evenings, elderly residents will feel more vulnerable.He believes an increased Garda presence in the town would solve the issue………Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/gerrymcanticocial.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North
News UpdatesP&H HC Issues Notice On Plea Challenging Hindi Imposition In Haryana Courts LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK22 Jun 2020 5:53 AMShare This – xThe Punjab and Haryana High Court on Monday issued notice on a writ petition filed by a group of advocates challenging the Haryana Official Language (Amendment) Act, 2020, which made Hindi the official language of civil and criminal courts in the State of Haryana. Sameer Jain, appearing on behalf of the petitioners submitted that the Haryana Official Language (Amendment) Act, 2020 was…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Punjab and Haryana High Court on Monday issued notice on a writ petition filed by a group of advocates challenging the Haryana Official Language (Amendment) Act, 2020, which made Hindi the official language of civil and criminal courts in the State of Haryana. Sameer Jain, appearing on behalf of the petitioners submitted that the Haryana Official Language (Amendment) Act, 2020 was violative of Section 30 of the Advocates Act, 1961, Article 14 and 19(1)(g) of the Constitution of India, 1950. Further, the Petitioners contended that the Amendment failed to create a classification based on any intelligible differentia and the restriction imposed on the right of English-speaking advocates & litigants was unreasonable and has no rational nexus with the object sought to be achieved by the Act. It was submitted that the objective of promulgating such notification is not clear and it has no rational nexus to object, if any, sought to be achieved. All law colleges teach in English medium and Hindi version of the legal terminologies may not be known to all lawyers, the petitioners pointed out.A bench comprising Justices Rajan Gupta and Karamjit Singh issued notice to the Respondents, returnable on 29th June 2020, when the matter is next listed. Sandeep Bajaj, Angad Sandhu, Suvigya Awasthy and Anant Gupta are the other petitioners in the case.Click here to download OrderRead OrderSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. London NHS trust targets locals in recruitment driveOn 9 Apr 2002 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. London’s Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Hospital Trust is launching a recruitmentcampaign targeting local people. Tim Higginson, director of personnel, told Personnel Today that over thenext few weeks posters will appear at local bus stops highlighting vacancies atall levels and reminding people the hospital is only a bus ride away. Advertswill also run on local radio and appear in community papers. Through the campaign the trust hopes to attract people wanting to return topractice, as well as staff for non-specific roles. Higginson said fostering links with the community is important and the trustalready runs mentoring programmes at schools and encourages staff to take upschool governor roles and voluntary positions in the area. “We aim to be seen as the local employer of choice,” he said. Higginson said the trust is also trying to streamline its recruitment processafter it recently lost a candidate to another hospital by half an hour becauseit was still chasing references. “We are trying to get slicker and smarterat the basics,” he said. Higginson is worried that efforts to improve recruitment and retention atthe trust could be undermined by the £5-a-day congestion charge beingintroduced for car drivers during peak hours from next year. He said the charges will also create additional costs for suppliers who willpass them on to the trust. The trust has raisedits concerns to the GLA, said Higginson
Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Glympton Park and Prince Bandar bin Sultan. (Getty, Twitter via NicholasKingsle)Prince Bandar bin Sultan, a Saudi royal and longtime senior government official, sold a sprawling estate northwest of London to Bahrain’s royal family.Records show that Glympton Park traded hands in February for more than $165 million, according to Bloomberg Wealth. The buyers were Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa and his son, Crown Prince Salman Bin Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa.Glympton Park spans 2,000 acres and centers on an 18th-century mansion. It includes ample parkland and a church dating from the 12th century. Parts of the church have been rebuilt, but some of the original work remains.The market for high-maintenance U.K. country estates hasn’t been strong in recent years, but that changed with the coronavirus pandemic. Pricing and deal volume were up as of last fall compared to years prior as wealthy buyers looked for more space and domestic vacation options.ADVERTISEMENTPrince Bandar has owned Glympton Park since 1992, when he bought it for 8 million pounds. At the time he was ambassador to the United States. He would later become chief of Saudi Arabia’s main intelligence agency and lead the kingdom’s security council.He is said to have sunk 42 million pounds into renovations and development, such as adding bullet-proof glass to the driveway and a pheasant shoot.The sale closed a couple of months after a critical report in the Guardian about taxpayer-funded government assistance paid to Glympton Estates Ltd, the entity that owns the property. The program was designed to help struggling businesses amid the pandemic.The report found that several entities owned by wealthy foreigners received money through the program. Glympton Estates Ltd received 25,000 pounds in December 2020.[Bloomberg Wealth] — Dennis lynch LondonLuxury Real EstateUnited Kingdom Share via Shortlink Tags
March 23, 2020 /Sports News – Local Yoeli Childs, TJ Haws, Make All-District IX Team Monday Written by Tags: TJ Haws/Yoeli Childs FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPROVO, Utah-Monday, as the sports calendar has virtually ground to a halt, a pair of BYU basketball standouts in 2019-20 were honored by making the All-District IX team Monday.Former Cougars star forward Yoeli Childs made the first-team squad. This season, Childs netted 22.2 points and 9 rebounds per game for BYU, leading the squad in both categories. He also led the Cougars with 17 blocked shots.Other first-team members include Gonzaga sophomore forward Filip Petrusev (17.5 points, 7.9 rebounds per game), former Saint Mary’s guard Jordan Ford (21.9 points per game), Pepperdine junior guard Colbey Ross (20.5 points per game, 7.2 assists per game) and Cal State Northridge redshirt sophomore forward Lamine Diane (25.6 points, 10.2 rebounds per game and a team-best 38 blocked shots).Former BYU star guard TJ Haws posted 14 points per game and a team-best 5.8 assists per squad, landing him on the all-district second team.The All-District IX team consists of schools in the West Coast and Big West Conferences. Brad James
Greggs has launched a national apprenticeship programme that it claims will help to fast-track its expansion plans.The Newcastle-based business has teamed up with Gateshead College to deliver the scheme. It will see 120 apprentices trained in retail service or management in eight locations – Tyne & Wear, County Durham, Norfolk, Bristol, London, Greater Manchester, Yorkshire and the Midlands.Apprentices on the retail service course will be trained in customer service, sales, equality and diversity, and workplace health and safety. They will also gain insight into Greggs’ business model and skills such as teamwork, problem-solving and presentation and interview techniques.Meanwhile, apprentices on the team leader course will learn additional skills in management, motivation and conflict resolution.Greggs said the scheme would help it develop a new pipeline of skills to support its future growth plans, which include the opening of more outlets in the south west of England and Northern Ireland.The company last week said it expected to open 140-150 shops and close 40-50 in its current financial year, a net increase of around 100. The company’s total sales have grown 7.8% in the year-to-date, with like-for-like sales up 3.9%.“We’re thrilled to be working in partnership with Gateshead College on this exciting project, which is a great way of bringing new skills and fresh ideas into our business. This unique, collaborative approach has created a training offer that has been designed specifically to support our business goals and future growth plans,” said Roisin Currie, people and retail director at Greggs.Gateshead College was selected for the scheme following a competitive tender process. Together, Greggs and the college will train apprentices to an industry-defined standard that replaces traditional qualification frameworks and requires staff to demonstrate specific skills, competencies and personal attributes when carrying out their day-to-day jobs.“Together with Greggs, we’ve developed a flexible, dynamic training solution that is tailored specifically to the needs of the business,” added Ivan Jepson, director of business development at Gateshead College.The food-to-go business said trading had benefited from investment in greater product availability and service, reporting total sales up 8.6% in the 13 weeks to 30 September. Like-for-like sales through company-managed shops rose 5% over the period.Greggs said investment in its supply chain was progressing, and that it was focusing on redeveloping its Leeds bakery to consolidate manufacturing of small cakes and muffins. The business is to trial a new supply chain system in two sites ahead of broader roll-out next year.
If the focus on cancer sometimes tilts toward its impact in rich, industrialized nations, statistics show that the disease is a scourge all around the world, with 70 percent of cancer deaths occurring in developing countries.Children in poor countries aren’t spared. An estimated 95 percent of cancer deaths among children occur in poor countries.That glaring disparity has mobilized a group of Harvard School of Public Health (HSPS) students. The students, together with the HSPH student government, the student group Students in Latino Public Health, and the Harvard Global Equity Initiative, have put together a half-day event to raise awareness and dispel myths about cancer as a global health issue. The event, scheduled for Friday at the School of Public Health’s Kresge Building, marks World Cancer Day on Monday. As part of their commitment, students are also gathering signatures for the World Cancer Declaration by the Union for International Cancer Control, which contains a list of 11 cancer-related health priorities.“There is a lot of difference between what happens in low-income countries and what happens in high-income countries,” said HSPH student Sebastián Rodríguez Llamazares.Rodriguez said the effort calls attention to the fact that cancer is a serious problem in poor nations and that steps to prevent or treat it — routine in richer countries — should be part of the global health agenda.Associate Professor of Medicine Felicia Knaul, who heads the Harvard Global Equity Initiative, which supports student World Cancer Day efforts, said there are few cancers whose outcomes are similar in both developed and developing countries. Pancreatic cancer is one, because it’s equally deadly everywhere.“For every other cancer that can be treated, the outcomes are very different,” said Knaul, a breast cancer survivor.There are several reasons for the disparity. People in poor countries seldom hear messages about lifestyle changes — don’t smoke, eat a healthy diet, exercise — that have been shown to prevent cancer. Similarly, a vaccine that can prevent one cancer fatal to women, cervical cancer, is not widely distributed. As a result, 90 percent of cervical cancer cases are found in developing countries, Knaul said.“It has very much become a cancer of poor women and a cancer for which poor women die,” she said.Disparities in mortality extend to highly treatable cancers, such as acute lymphoblastic leukemia, fatal to just 10 percent of patients in wealthy countries but deadly 90 percent of the time in poor countries.Knaul said there are several myths about global cancer that need to be exploded, including that there’s nothing that can be done, that tackling the problem would cost too much, and that bigger health issues plague the developing world. All are false, she said, adding that institutions like HSPH are key to gathering affordable, innovative solutions from around the world that can be used toward new strategies to meet the challenge.Students are a big part of the solution, Knaul said, because they’ll be designing the health solutions of tomorrow. In addition to organizing Friday’s event, students who have been touched by cancer planned to participate and share their stories of surviving or supporting a family member’s struggles with the disease.Toni Kuguru, one of the student organizers, became interested in the subject when her husband, David, became ill with multiple myeloma. He was treated in the United States and is currently in remission, but the episode got Toni Kuguru thinking about the health care system in his native Kenya, where the outcome could have been different.Kuguru said she hopes that more students will get involved after hearing about the problem and the personal testimony of those touched by cancer.“What we’re hoping for the student body is that they’ll be inspired. We’re hoping students understand there’s lots of possibilities out there to become involved,” Kuguru said.