Total Petroleum Ghana Limited (TOTAL.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Energy sector has released it’s 2010 annual report.For more information about Total Petroleum Ghana Limited (TOTAL.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Total Petroleum Ghana Limited (TOTAL.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Total Petroleum Ghana Limited (TOTAL.gh) 2010 annual report.Company ProfileTotal Petroleum Ghana Limited supplies petroleum and allied products for vehicles with petrol and diesel engines as well as fuel and fuel oil for the aviation, marine and mining sectors in Ghana. The company also supplies a range of automotive lubricants and special fuels including racing fuels and lubricants, biocides, industry fuels, refining additives and performance additives. Total Petroleum Ghana Limited offers expertise and services to support the mining supply chain which include a fluid analysis laboratory, fuel management system, filtration and contamination management, mobile tank solutions, on-site refueling, road transport safety and solar energy solutions. Total Petroleum Ghana Limited is a subsidiary of Ghanstock Limited. Total Petroleum Ghana Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
HF Group Limited (HFCK.ke) listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange under the Property sector has released it’s 2015 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about HF Group Limited (HFCK.ke) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the HF Group Limited (HFCK.ke) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: HF Group Limited (HFCK.ke) 2015 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileHF Group Limited formerly (Housing Finance Limited) is a financial services group with interests in mortgage lending, corporate and retail banking, property development and a bancassurance business. Its product and service offering ranges from transactional banking products to financial services for micro-enterprises, group banking, agricultural and small-to-medium enterprises. HF Group offers asset finance services, micro-credit loans and loans for anything from solar water heating systems to mortgage finance. The company also has interests in developing and selling residential houses and offers insurance agency services. Formerly known as HF Group Limited, the company changed its name to HF Group Plc in 2017. Its head office is in Nairobi, Kenya. HF Group Limited is listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange
There were triumphs and tries, defeats and debates in a weekend of action-packed Test match rugby. Italian jobLeinster came home from Italy with their tails between their legs after becoming the first Guinness Pro12 team to fail to beat Benetton Treviso this season. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Dancing with delightFor more years than any Scotland players and fans care to remember, their team has struggled to score more than the bare minimum of tries at Test level. But all that seems to be changing, as Scotland ran in no less than 11 in their three November Tests.They crossed for five in their 41-31 win over Argentina, one in the 24-16 defeat by New Zealand and five more in Saturday’s 37-12 triumph over Tonga.What a contrast to last season’s Six Nations, when Scotland managed a total of four tries in their five games, drawing a blank against England, Ireland and Wales and scoring two each against France and Italy. Last November they ran in five against Japan, but couldn’t break through the defences of Australia and South Africa.That Vern Cotter has given Scotland the confidence to score more freely must bode well as the World Cup year looms large. Tommy Seymour led the way by grabbing a try in all three November Tests, but it was stand-off Finn Russell who was dancing with delight as Scotland secured their win over Tonga. The SinnersSystematic failureI do not know who is to blame, but something is wrong with a sport which allows a team – Samoa – to play in front of 84,000 people at Twickenham and pocket none of the gate money. There has been quite a furore around Samoan rugby in the past couple of weeks, with their players threatening to strike to draw attention to what they see as financial mis-management by their own Samoa Rugby Union (SRU) and a neglect of grass-roots rugby.World Rugby (formerly the IRB), tried to broker talks between the players and officials, but the SRU delegation failed to show up.The SRU needs to talk to its players, to clear the air and reassure them, but World Rugby and the tier one nations also need to ensure countries like Samoa get a fairer deal. I don’t know what kind of appearance fee Samoa get from other nations they visit, but surely World Rugby should have some hard and fast rules about such things, rather than letting individual unions give different amounts to different visitors.England’s players joined Samoa’s in a spontaneous huddle and prayer after Saturday’s Twickenham Test and teams from across the globe were Tweeting their support of Samoa last week, but the powers that be in the game need to back up that kind of noble gesture by treating all nations with respect and fairness.Brotherhood: England and Samoa unite after the match, but the islanders need more than a hug No entry: Jamie Heaslip stops Quade Cooper in his tracks as Ireland held on to win The real McCawThis week’s Saints’ list would not be complete without mention of Richie McCaw, who reached the astonishing landmark of captaining the New Zealand All Blacks for the 100th time on Saturday. His team duly paid tribute to him by fighting back from 16-15 down with 11 minutes to play against Wales to steal a 34-16 win.It is still relatively rare for a player to take part in 100 Tests, never mind lead his side in that many. Behind him on the list of men who have been skipper for the most International matches is Brian O’Driscoll with 84, John Smit with 83 and then the trio of Will Carling, George Gregan and Sergio Parisse way back on 59.McCaw has played 137 Tests and won 131 of them. He will turn 34 on New Year’s Eve, so his days on the pitch are numbered now. Yes, he has his critics and many people believe he gets the benefit of the doubt from too many referees on too many occasions, but he is undoubtedly one of rugby’s greatest ever players.Ultimate leader: Richie McCaw runs out at the head of the New Zealand team for the 100th time Through the pain barrierSpecial mention has to go to the Ireland coach Joe Schmidt, who watched Saturday’s win over Australia in pain, then hot-footed it from the Aviva Stadium to hospital to have his appendix removed. That is dedication to duty, above and beyond the norm.Ireland skipper Paul O’Connell said Schmidt had not let on about the severity of his illness. “Guys were aware he was sick, he was kind of stand-offish, he was worried about passing on anything he had,” he said. “If you hadn’t have been told, I don’t think anyone would have known.” The Irish province could only manage a 24-24 draw at Stadio Monigo and would have lost if Treviso fly-half Jayden Hayward had not missed a simple late penalty.Yes, Leinster had ten players on International duty, but their team still boasted a host of household names, including Jimmy Gopperth, Dave Kearney, Richardt Strauss and Zane Kirchner. They put in a lacklustre performance against the league’s bottom side and will know they have to really up their game against the Ospreys next week. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PC1TkqnSlAc TAGS: LeinsterSamoa The SaintsIrish eyes are smilingFor the first time since 2006, Ireland won all three of their November Tests, as a ferocious rear-guard action in the last quarter of their match against Australia enabled them to secure a 26-23 win.With a 29-15 victory over South Africa and a 49-7 thrashing of Georgia already in the bag, Ireland could not have asked for more from their autumn series.Paul O’Connell led from the front, Simon Zebo and Tommy Bowe scored the tries and Jonathan Sexton kicked 16 points, but plaudits can be handed out all through the Ireland team, with Peter O’Mahony making 17 tackles, Rhys Ruddock 12 and Zebo, Rory Best, Devin Toner and Jamie Heaslip 10 each.Ireland led 17-0 during the first-half and O’Connell said their fear of losing after being so far ahead drove Ireland in the closing stages. “It would have been fairly devastating if we had lost,” he said.
Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Virtual Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course Online Course Aug. 9-13 [Anglican Church of Canada] The Primate of Canada, Archbishop Fred Hiltz, and the national bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Canada, issued a joint statement to mark Earth Day on April 22 – an international focus on environmental concerns.“This fragile Earth, our island home”At your command all things came to be:The vast expanse of interstellar space,Galaxies, suns, the planets in their courses, and this fragile earth, our island home;By your will they were created and have their being.Glory to you forever and ever. This year’s observance of Earth Day follows immediately on the events of Good Friday and Easter Sunday. In them we see movements from enmity to reconciliation, suffering to hope, and death to new life. They speak not only to humanity but also to the interconnectedness of all of creation.The Scriptures tell us that our first vocation as human beings is to tend God’s creation. An honest assessment of our diligence in that call inevitably leads us to confess “our waste and pollution of creation and our lack of concern for those who come after us.” (Ash Wednesday Liturgy)Reports on the state of the environment as documented by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change are increasingly alarming. Of particular concern is the global collapse of oceans and the serious consequences already borne by the poorest nations. At a climate conference in Warsaw last November, there was an emotional outpouring from countries that face existential threats, among them Bangladesh, which produces just 0.3 per cent of the emissions driving climate change.In the face of increasing concern and vulnerability in the world voiced especially by the poor and the young, what word does the church speak? What action do we take?We learn from global partners. A call from the Anglican Communion Environmental Network to a deeper commitment to the fifth Mark of Mission shared by Anglicans worldwide influenced the Anglican church’s recent decision to have candidates for baptism make an additional vow “to strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and respect, sustain, and renew the life of the earth.” (An Act of General Synod, 2013). A call from the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) delegation to COP 19 in Warsaw, Poland (November 11-22, 2013), which included seven young adults, led the Lutheran church to join a global monthly fast in prayerful solidarity with people affected by climate change (#fastfortheclimate).We raise awareness. Anglican and Lutheran Youth have taken up the challenge of raising awareness of the “Right to Water” through a joint National Youth Project. Our churches commend the UN effort to reach a global treaty in 2015 to secure a global agreement on a net zero emissions goal. Canada, with the second highest greenhouse gas emissions intensity per capita of the G8 countries[i], is expected to announce an emission-reduction target for 2030 that would be significantly lower than 2020 levels. While progress is being made, without new measures, absolute emissions in 2030 would be projected to reach 815 megatonnes — 81 megatonnes more than projected for 2020.We act. As Full Communion partners, our churches are committed to learn about issues of resource extraction and the effects on environment, health, Indigenous peoples, communities and economies and to raise awareness within our communities and with policy shapers and decision makers. We support our partners in defining their own development goals, including supporting Indigenous communities in Canada and elsewhere in exercising their right to Free, Prior and Informed Consent; and act to embed enforceable legal obligations based on FPIC in Canadian policies and practices with respect to resource extraction. We advocate for responsible and ethical investment and actions by individuals, faith communities, corporations, and governments both in Canada and around the world. And, we pray for the humility and discipline to use Earth’s resources wisely and responsibly. These are commitments we are working to put into action.With our ecumenical and interfaith partners – KAIROS; the Commission on Justice and Peace of the Canadian Council of Churches; the Canadian Interfaith Conversation — we are committed to act from “our faith traditions and sacred texts … to consider the spiritual dimensions of the crisis of ocean and climate change; to take stock of our collective behaviour; to transform cultures of consumerism and waste into cultures of sustainability; and to respect the balance between economic activity and environmental stewardship.” (Canadian Interfaith Call for Leadership and Action on Climate Change, 2011)We encourage each other to act. We invite individuals, parishes, congregations, dioceses and synods to increase their “stewardship of creation” through green audits, greening strategies and practices that show how much “creation matters.”We pray. Good Friday reminds us that we have a Saviour who is able to sympathize with our weaknesses and the suffering of creation. Easter Sunday reminds us that we are witnesses of all God does for us, and that we begin each day forgiven and free.On this Earth Day, our hope is that we will rise up more conscious than ever of our first vocation as human beings caring for the Earth with the utmost respect for the Creator and the utmost regard for the generations of all those who come after us.From the primal elementsYou brought forth the human race,And blessed us with memory, reason, and skill;You made us the stewards of creation.Glory to you for ever and ever. 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Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/787414/baan-kanom-chan-anonym Clipboard Baan Kanom Chan / AnonymSave this projectSaveBaan Kanom Chan / Anonym “COPY” CopyHouses•Bangkok, Thailand ArchDaily “COPY” Save this picture!© Chaovarith Poonphol+ 23 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/787414/baan-kanom-chan-anonym Clipboard Thailand Photographs: Chaovarith PoonpholSave this picture!© Chaovarith PoonpholText description provided by the architects. Since the owner’s family just started their new business which is “bakery catering”. So, they decided to build a new house in proximate distance which will become their sweet home and a business place. The name of this project comes from “Kanom” which means “dessert” in Thai language and the street named “Chan” where the project is located.Save this picture!© Chaovarith PoonpholAbout 100 square was, the site location is in a high-density area of Sathorn which surrounded by houses, row houses and old buildings. Taxicabs always come in and out, because the taxicab parking space is next to the site, and this particular parking space will create privacy to this project. This particular context has become a very important role in design aspect, as it defines building massing and orientation. Anonym was requested to design based on factors, to create privacy for owner’s family. The key idea is to layer functions as well as arrange zoning vertically for public & private space separation. The whole spaces of first and second floor are dedicated as public area. There are offices and pantry where all office staffs can access. And third floor is divided into 2 living spaces for 2 families.Save this picture!AxonometricThen, the building massing was created. Three stories solid walls on the East and West side provides privacy to the inner room The space in-between is the inner court that allows natural light to penetrate the space inside. This is where the main staircase connects to each floor. Natural light plays a leading role in this area when it cast a shadow through the glass louvers. Anonym put full height windows on the Southern side to expand the view of a big splendid tree in the neighborhood, as well as to employ natural ventilation. At the front of the house, the architect designed a double volume balcony that creates an inviting main entrance. it is a multifunction area where the owners and office staffs can use for any special events.Save this picture!© Chaovarith PoonpholAnother element that is very important to the house design is various materials application, such as glasses, black steel frames and white plaster walls. The contrast of contexts makes the house stand out from the neighborhood and has become a widely noticed building in this area.Save this picture!© Chaovarith PoonpholProject gallerySee allShow lessModule Grid House / Tetsuo Yamaji ArchitectsSelected ProjectsDevil’s Corner / Cumulus StudioSelected Projects Share Area: 600 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Houses Baan Kanom Chan / Anonym Photographs Architects: Anonym Area Area of this architecture project Projects 2016 CopyAbout this officeAnonymOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesBangkokThailandPublished on May 16, 2016Cite: “Baan Kanom Chan / Anonym” 16 May 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
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Dinah Wiener, trustee of Bhola’s Children, comments: “Helping people to understand the desperation of these children, and appreciate how even the smallest donation can literally save lives, is an uphill struggle.“We firmly believe that when it launches in August, gift2help.com will make a significant impact by not only providing people with an insight into these helpless children’s lives, but by also attracting donations to ensure they have a brighter future to look forward too.”gift2help.com is unlike any other charity-giving website in that it is totally free of charge for the charity involved. 100% of every donation made will go direct to Bhola’s Children and there is no cost at all to the organisation.Donors will be able visit the website, choose Bhola’s Children from a list of other charities and view the shopping list of items that it requires for the everyday running of its projects. For those wanting to support more than one charity, gift2help.com will provide a simple and easy platform to donate to several charities in one easy transaction.There is still time for your charity to get involved and start fundraising through gift2help.com. For more information about joining email Markus at: [email protected] 20 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Bhola’s Children is the latest charity to join the new fundraising website gift2help.com which launches this August.Registered as a UK charity in March 2007, Bhola’s Children was established to provide a permanent source of funding for a home and school for orphaned and disabled children on the island of Bhola in Bangladesh.The main aim of Bhola’s Children is to provide accommodation, education and medical treatment; and the charity desperately needs to raise funding to cover salaries, the day-to-day operating expenses of the project, plus money towards a new building. Advertisement Howard Lake | 27 June 2009 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Bangladesh children’s charity joins gift2help.com 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. Tagged with: Digital
53 total views, 1 views today Vir2, the UK’s leading specialist dedicated provider of text donation services to charity, welcomed the announcement from Everything Everywhere (parent company to T-Mobile UK and Orange) to suspend the charging of administrative fees for donations to charities.Zero cost donations have been available to major campaigns (like Comic Relief) for some time, but the same rates were not available to smaller appeals. The announcement means that all charities can now get text donation without paying any charges to the major networks.Virgin Mobile (5.4% market share ) and Three (6.2% market share) will often waive their charges to small charities upon application so there is nothing stopping 100% payout on all networks.Text donation has huge potential with 91% of the UK adult population having at least one mobile phone and the average UK phone user sending 111 texts a month (Source Ofcom).“It is a big day for the sector – it is like all of our birthdays have come at once. A big debt is owed to the Charities Aid Foundation and the Institute of Fundraising, Howard Lake and Joe Saxton for carrying on the campaign, but also the MPs, Mark Oaten and Peter Bottomley with whom we first began lobbying Parliament to get the rules changed in 2006,”said Roger Craven, CEO of Vir2. Howard Lake | 17 April 2011 | 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. Advertisement Vir2 welcomes 100% payouts on text donations from Orange & T-Mobile 54 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Digital Law / policy sms