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Produce Buying Company Limited (PBC.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Food sector has released it’s 2004 annual report.For more information about Produce Buying Company Limited (PBC.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Produce Buying Company Limited (PBC.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Produce Buying Company Limited (PBC.gh) 2004 annual report.Company ProfileProduce Buying Company Limited (PBC) is a licensed buying company for cocoa. The company is one of the biggest dealers in cocoa, sheanut and other cash crops in West Africa sub-regions. PBC Ltd buys high quality cocoa beans and sheanuts from farmers, prepares and stores the stock in purpose-built warehouses and delivers graded and sealed stock to designated collection points at Take Over Centres. The stock is inspected, graded and sealed by the Ghana Cocoa Board’s Quality Control Department. The cocoa buying company operates in an environment of stiff competition from other licensed buying companies but has remained the highest cocoa purchaser for COCOBOD with a market share of about 30%. PBC Ltd has established alliances with other international cocoa trading companies to roll out schemes to increase the yield and acreage of cocoa among rural farmers and improve their livelihoods. Produce Buying Company Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
Afromedia Plc (AFROME.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Printing & Publishing sector has released it’s 2012 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Afromedia Plc (AFROME.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Afromedia Plc (AFROME.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Afromedia Plc (AFROME.ng) 2012 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileAfromedia Plc is a leading media solutions provider in Nigeria which primarily produces out-of-home media platforms for airport and roadside advertising. The company started in 1959 as a small service arm of West Africa Publicity (WAP) which was incorporated in 1928 as part of the parent company, United Africa Company Plc (UACL). At the time, two companies were set up; Afromedia Nigeria Plc, to handle outdoor advertising services; and Lintas Plc to handle agency work. Both companies were run as independent members of the UACL Group. Afromedia Nigeria Plc was acquired by its Nigerian management team and became Afromedia Plc in 1972. Airport structures produced by Afromedia include backlit boxes, electroluminescent structures, ultra-waves, drop-down banners and wall drapes. Roadside structures produced by Afromedia include lamp post banners, LED lamp post banners, IAT uni-poles (illuminate advertising tower) and Super 48 sheet structure light boxes. Afromedia Plc’s head office is in Ikeja, Nigeria. Afromedia Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
Rector Belleville, IL Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Mothers’ Union: “The fifth Instrument of communion” according to the former archbishop of Canterbury. Photo: ACNS[Anglican Communion News Service] Anyone who has attended an Anglican church event in Africa will have encountered members of the Mothers’ Union (MU). A casual glance might lead you to believe they are merely colorfully clad women there to add flare to the church’s worship, but you would be mistaken.The Mothers’ Union in Africa is a force to be reckoned with, particularly when it comes to social justice. This Anglican organization has around 1.3 million members in countries right across the continent, and when these women speak, they are heard.Year after year, MU members speak out against a range of issues which continue to blight societies in Africa today. Child abuse, human trafficking, corruption, poverty, healthcare — little is out of bounds for the women in blue.They also run various initiatives including literacy and development projects, parenting programs and microfinance initiatives. They campaign to end violence against women and the trafficking of women and children. All these activities are aimed at attaining their vision of a world where “God’s love is shown through loving, respectful, and flourishing relationships”.In Nigeria, the MU recently took center stage when the President of Mothers’ Union and wife of the Primate of the Church of Nigeria, Nkasiobi Okoh categorically stated publicly that Anglican women would not support the legislation allowing girls to be married underage.This at a time when fierce debates raged in the country about an issue that some sectors of society strongly supported. Instead of staying quiet, the MU stood on one of their major objectives of “promoting conditions in society favorable to stable family life and the protection of children.”In Mozambique, the MU in the Diocese of Niassa, with the help of other church members, helped build a massive brick church where none had existed before. It was impressive to see women, who are generally considered the weaker sex by many in this country, doing ‘man’s work’: helping prepare the building for flooring, ferrying bricks and even roofing sheets.Instead of sitting back and relaxing, the MU decided to join hands with other members of church to bring to fruition, the church’s long time dream of a big brick church building to act as a coordinating center for other smaller churches within the diocese.The MU is an integral part of the Anglican Church in Ethiopia, which is part of the Episcopal Area of the Horn of Africa. In Gambella, one of the most troubled regions in the country, the MU provides literacy programs and other practical help to local communities. Just recently, the Mothers’ Union there announced that it would provide theological and practical survival and life skills to women across 70 villages in the region.In Zambia, the Anglican Church, and the MU in particular, has received international acclaim for being strong advocates against gender-based violence. The statistics on gender-based violence in Zambia are shocking: international charity CARE estimates that at least 47 percent of women in Zambia have experienced physical violence with at least one in every five women having experienced sexual violence.Former Mother’s Union President for the Diocese of Lusaka, Dr Fridah Sakala Kazembe, recently urged all women to “adhere to the objectives of the Mother’s Union in order to create safe havens for women and children in our families.” She emphasized that strictly following the MU objectives would reduce the occurrence of broken families and consequently would increase safety for families.In Botswana, the MU recently built houses and donated them to the less privileged in their country. They also run an Orphan Day Care Centre supporting 60 orphaned children between the ages of two and six. About 150 children have since graduated from the center and are now in formal education. These children return to the center each week for a progress check, a meal and help with their school work.The Mothers’ Union worldwide believes prayer should undergird its work. Each year, MU organizes a Wave of Prayer with each diocese given a set day to pray for other dioceses, and within each diocese each branch is given a specific time to pray. This gives a sense of unity in prayer for one another as the wave of prayer moves from branch to branch and from diocese to diocese. Perhaps this is why MU in Africa continues to have such a huge impact on society.It is said youth are the ‘backbone’ of the Church in Africa. Nevertheless, the Mothers’ Union with its numbers and networks, its seemingly relentless energy, the pride with which they don their colorful uniforms and the aggressive way they strike at poverty and injustice, gives substance to Archbishop Rowan Williams’ comments at a World Conference of Church meeting in Brazil:“When I’ve said, in the past year or so, that the Mothers’ Union is the fifth Instrument of Unity in the Anglican Communion, I’m not joking. I think it is the most powerful lay movement in the Anglican World; it is one which does far more for education and development than any other agency in the Anglican Communion and, more than any other agency, it builds relationships at grass roots level between ordinary believers working for change. 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Architects: Takashi Okuno & Associates Area Area of this architecture project House of Nagahama / Takashi Okuno & AssociatesSave this projectSaveHouse of Nagahama / Takashi Okuno & Associates Area: 224 m² Photographs “COPY” Save this picture!© Isao AiharaRecommended ProductsWindowsC.R. LaurenceCRL-U.S. Aluminum Unit-Glaze SystemWindowsFAKRORoof Windows – FPP-V preSelect MAXWindowsSky-FrameRetractable Insect Screen – Sky-Frame FlyWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoText description provided by the architects. My concept is to make Japan a more beautiful to live in.
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National Trust uses affiliate marketing for membership 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. The National Trust has now launched exclusively on buy.at. There has already been a positive response to the programme with swift affiliate sign ups and positive forum discussion. The Trust is a very strong, ethical brand and a charity where the customer is rewarded for their membership. With a glorious Summer ahead now is a fantastic time to take advantage of free access to any of the 300 historic houses, 700 miles of spectacular coastline and over 600,000 acres of beautiful countryside all cared for by The National Trust. As an introductory offer, The National trust is offering three free months membership! The standard rate of individual membership has been cut from £43.50 to £32.63; these reduced membership prices apply across all membership categories. The National Trust are offering £20 per membership sale with a 30 day cookie. Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 43 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 Howard Lake | 15 June 2007 | News Tagged with: Digital Individual giving
20 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Awards Institute of Fundraising Recruitment / people AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 8 July 2012 | News Seven new Fellows elected to Institute of Fundraising Seven fundraisers have been elected as Fellows of the Institute of Fundraising. The honours were announced at the Institute’s National Convention in London.Peter Lewis, Chief Executive of the Institute of Fundraising, said: “I am very proud to announce these new Fellows of the Institute of Fundraising. Their appointment reflects their outstanding contribution to fundraising – they truly are jolly good fellows.”Fellows are elected in recognition for “having made a special contribution to both the fundraising profession and the Institute”. They are nominated by other members and the Board of Trustees chooses which to elect.Announcing the call for nominations in May this year, Lewis explained: “A Fellow could be someone who has done a lot to advance the professionalism of fundraising, or taken on our sector’s learning agenda; a fundraiser who has developed a new approach, or who has led well by example.”2012 Fellows of the Institute of FundraisingCarol Akiwumi – vice Chair of IoF’s Black Fundraisers Network and active member of the London Regional GroupBill Bruty – fundraising consultant and trainer, for his wider contribution to fundraising and the IoFIan Clark – previous Director of Fundraising for the Diocese of Chichester, and long term volunteer for IoF. Currently member of IoF’s Policy Advisory BoardAlan Gosschalk – Fundraising Director at RNID, Shelter and currently SCOPE and previous Chair of the IoF. Founder of the Impact coalitionGill Jolly – fundraising consultant and trainer, and active member of IoF’s East Anglia Group Howard Lake – founder of UK Fundraising, and guru on digital fundraisingHoward Lake – founder of UK Fundraising, and digital fundraising pioneerRussell Thomson – Director of Fundraising at the Royal British Legion and former Chair of IoF’s Convention Board 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
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis7 WATCH: IoF Fundraising Convention 2017 – network with your peers[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BvAgLuEcTk[/youtube] 235 total views, 1 views today Amanda Bringans is to be new Chair of the Institute of Fundraising Tagged with: British Heart Foundation data protection Institute of Fundraising Law / policy Recruitment / people Amanda Bringans, Director of Fundraising at the British Heart Foundation, will be the next Chair of the Institute of Fundraising. She will take over from Richard Taylor when he stands down at the end of his three-year term in July at the Institute’s AGM.Bringans joined the British Heart Foundation as Director of Fundraising in December 2015. Before that she was Director of Global Fundraising and Communications at VSO, and spent 16 years at Macmillan Cancer Support where she became Director of Fundraising. She has also held senior roles with Leonard Cheshire Disability and Battersea Dogs & Cats Home.She takes over the voluntary role of Chair following two immensely challenging years for the fundraising profession, during which the Institute, other sector bodies and individual charities have responded to criticism of some fundraising practices by some charities and their agencies. Some of these challenges are yet to play out: these include understanding of the implications for prospect research, for example, of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and the implementation of the Fundraising Preference Service (or whatever it might be renamed).The implications of Brexit on statutory funding and individual giving, political challenges to the UK’s overseas aid funding, and reports of declining trust in charities and other civic bodies add to the challenges faced by the Institute and the fundraising sector over the next three years.The vacancy for a new Chair was advertised in January 2017.Richard TaylorRichard Taylor, Chair of the IoF, welcomed Bringans’ appointment. He said that she takes over when “we have a bold new strategy in place which is all about representing and championing the fundraising profession so that we can all achieve high levels of excellent fundraising across the UK.”He added: “I know Amanda will relish the opportunity to lead us in delivering our ambitions, and those of our members and fundraisers, so that charities can raise even more money to make the world a better place. Amanda will be an excellent Chair and someone that our members will be able to look to for leadership and inspiration.”“It has been a huge privilege for me to be Chair of the Institute of Fundraising and I wish Amanda all the best in the role. I know that she will have the full support of an amazing community of fundraisers behind her.”Bringans herself emphasised the breadth of the fundraising sector when she described her appointment as Chair-elect as a “huge privilege”.She said: “I know how important the IoF is to so many fundraisers and charities across the UK. Whether it is providing support for the sole fundraiser in a small local charity or a specialised fundraising team in a large international charity, the IoF has an important role to play in training, representing and championing fundraisers.” 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. 236 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis7 Howard Lake | 20 April 2017 | News Focus of Chair-electBringans said she saw her role as including:ensuring that the Institute continues to demand the highest standards from all its membersmaintaining the trust and confidence of the public in the way charities raise funds for the good causes they care aboutAcknowledging recent and current challenges, she said:“The past few years have been difficult for the fundraising community, but with each other’s support we were able to come through better and stronger. That is what I think is at the heart of the IoF – our members’ passion and willingness to share insights and knowledge as we push each other to be the best we can be. Fundraising is a unique profession in that respect, and I’m looking forward to meeting with fundraisers across the UK to hear their stories and champion their achievements as Chair.”She paid tribute to the work of Richard Taylor who chose to complete his three-year term on being offered a non-fundraising role when the scale of the challenge to the profession emerged.She said: “Richard Taylor has led the IoF superbly through tumultuous times to a position of strength on which I want to build. Fundraisers across the UK owe him a huge vote of thanks for the time, passion and commitment he has dedicated to us and to the IoF.”You can on Twitter.Previous Chairs of the Institute of FundraisingNick Lowe, Barnardo’s (1983)George Medley (1984)Anthony ClayGiles PegramAndrew RossIan VenthamKim MaxwellBrian Roberts-WrayDavid FordJohn Kingston (2000)Simon Burne (2003)Joe Saxton (2005)Paul Amadi (2008)Alan Gosschalk (2010)Mark Astarita (2011)Richard Taylor (2014)
Facebook Twitter SHARE Getting Ready for Seed Delivery Determine field planting order. It’s important to know which varieties you’ll be planting first, so the dealer can place your seed in the proper order in storage. A little preplanning can save time when you get busy. “In the rush of planting, you won’t want the seed you need first to be stuck behind other varieties,” Welker says. Check seed tags. After seed delivery, review bag tags or super box tags so you are aware of management guidelines for seed treatments. “Knowing these requirements in advance helps prevent slowdowns during planting,” Welker says.Maintain handling equipment. Check to make sure your tenders, conveyors, and augers are in working order and ready for the season. Worn augers could damage seed and reduce germination.Stay safe. “During this hectic time, make safety a priority,” Welker says. He advises wearing personal protective equipment and long sleeves when handling seed to prevent contact with seed treatments should a bag or box break open. Also, avoid stacking pallets or bins more than four high and make sure seed containers are tied down adequately when transporting over the road. Getting Ready for Seed DeliveryMelissa BellSeed delivery trucks are rolling across the state as growers get ready for the 2016 growing season. Finding the proper place to store your seed is top of the list. Melisa Bell with Mycogen Seeds says, “A clean, dry storage area is essential to maintain seed purity and quality.” She adds that maintaining a consistent temperature and dry conditions is also a top priority to protect your seed investment, “Temperature swings can impact the integrity of the seed; and, if the bags get wet, it can lead to the seed germinating in the bag.”She also advises that closely checking your delivery to make sure it is what you ordered is vital, especially with the complicated mix of hybrids and varieties that constitute a grower’s shipment today. She says organizing your delivery now is another way to save time at planting, “Because the seed you really need in a hurry will be stuck at the back behind several large pallets; that is just always the way it seems to work.” Bell said, if you do not have room for proper storage and handling of seed, you could leave part of your order at the dealer until you need it.While getting your planter calibrated is important, making sure your seed handling equipment is also in good shape is an item for your to do list. Bell told HAT, “Attention to these preparations and precautions will help minimize downtime and pave the way for a successful planting season,”Planning for a safe and efficient planting season begins with good preparation and organization now. Here are a few tips from Jason Welker, Mycogen Seeds commercial agronomist:Plan for seed storage. Make sure you have a readily accessible indoor area that is large enough to store the seed and still leave space to move equipment as needed. If you don’t have adequate storage, arrange to leave seed at the dealership until it’s needed for planting.Prepare facilities. A clean, dry storage area is essential to maintain seed purity and quality. Here’s a checklist:Sweep out your on-farm seed storage area to eliminate sand or debris that could hamper forklift operations when moving pallets and bags.Check for and repair roof or building leaks to keep seed from getting wet.Prevent seed damage by controlling bird and mice populations.Check facility ventilation and, if necessary, open doors to increase airflow.Replace any burned-out light bulbs in the storage area so you can read seed tags easily. Previous articleFFA Members Gear up for FFA WeekNext articleIndiana Lands DuPont/Dow Global Business Center Gary Truitt SHARE Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Getting Ready for Seed Delivery By Gary Truitt – Feb 18, 2016
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