Scoa Nigeria Plc ( 2013 Abridged Report

first_imgScoa Nigeria Plc ( listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Engineering sector has released it’s 2013 abridged results.For more information about Scoa Nigeria Plc ( reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Scoa Nigeria Plc ( company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Scoa Nigeria Plc (  2013 abridged results.Company ProfileScoa Nigeria Plc is a conglomerate company in Nigeria specialising in turnkey projects in the technology, infrastructure, farming, water engineering, food technologies and telecommunication sectors. Projects include the supply, construction, installation and maintenance of power generation and air-conditioning systems, home/office systems, security systems, electrical systems and fire prevention/industrial safety systems. Scoa Nigeria Plc distributes and services a range of passenger vehicles, trucks, buses and trailers and provides services for fleet management, trade-ins, vehicle leasing, providing drivers and service and repairs. Turnkey projects in the hospital and healthcare sector includes supplying and servicing hospital equipment and providing medical training services in the area of magnetic resonance, computed topography, cardiovascular, x-rays, radiography, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, radiation therapy and cardiac resuscitation. Scoa Nigeria Plc manages centres for physiotherapy and dentistry and a laboratory to diagnose and treat terminal illnesses and heart and neurological diseases. Scoa Nigeria Plc is a subsidiary of Fadoul Group. Its head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Scoa Nigeria Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchangelast_img read more

Julius Berger Nigeria Plc ( Q42019 Interim Report

first_imgJulius Berger Nigeria Plc ( listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Engineering sector has released it’s 2019 interim results for the forth quarter.For more information about Julius Berger Nigeria Plc ( reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Julius Berger Nigeria Plc ( company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Julius Berger Nigeria Plc (  2019 interim results for the forth quarter.Company ProfileJulius Berger Nigeria Plc is a civil engineering and construction company in Nigeria. The company is involved in the planning, design and construction of major civil engineering and civil works which encompasses office and functional buildings, residential houses, sports and recreational facilities as well as infrastructure such as roads, bridges, railway lines, airports, dams and water supply schemes. Julius Berger Nigeria Plc has business interests in the plants and factories, oil and gas, marine, ports and shipping and power sectors. The company’s pioneer project was the construction of the Eko Bridge in Lagos in 1964. The company’s head office is in Abuja, Nigeria. Julius Berger Nigeria Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchangelast_img read more

Dishonest fundraising volunteers register proposed

first_img A new code of practice on volunteer fundraising could include the setting up of a database of volunteers who have stolen from charities.The code is in the early stages of being discussed by the Institute of Fundraising and will be put out for consultation later this year. The idea of a register of names comes from Rob Jackson, volunteering development officer at the RNIB.It is hoped that one result of the code will be to link the volunteering subsector and the fundraising subsector. According to Jackson, “the two disciplines don”t cross paths that much” because they are seen as separate management disciplines. Advertisement 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 Researching massive growth in giving. Howard Lake | 22 May 2003 | News Tagged with: Giving/Philanthropy Volunteeringcenter_img Read “Register of names mooted for volunteer fundraisers who steal” at Professional Fundraising.  24 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Dishonest fundraising volunteers register proposedlast_img read more

Chinese Retaliation is No Longer a “What If” for Soybean Farmers

first_img Facebook Twitter Chinese Retaliation is No Longer a “What If” for Soybean Farmers Home Indiana Agriculture News Chinese Retaliation is No Longer a “What If” for Soybean Farmers By Eric Pfeiffer – Apr 4, 2018 Facebook Twitter SHARE Chinese Retaliation is No Longer a “What If” for Soybean FarmersAfter weeks of speculation, China has announced a proposed 25 percent tariff on U.S. soybeans. China purchases 61 percent of total U.S. soybean exports, and more than 30 percent of overall U.S. soybean production.Ed EbertEd Ebert, Senior Director of Grain Production and Utilization for Indiana Soybean Alliance says the announcement paves the way for even more uncertainty and nervousness for farmers.“We’re going through our fourth year of a downturn in agricultural prices, and commodity prices in general, both on the soybean and corn side. So, we’ve got farmers that have been looking at commodity prices that put them at break-even, or, in some cases, even lower than break-even prices. This is not good news in that environment.”Arlan SudermanArlan Suderman, Chief Commodities Economist at INTL FCStone, told Hoosier Ag Today that farmers should be concerned as this announcement impacts the near-term markets, however, he doesn’t believe that China can afford to follow through on this threat.“Their economy is too frail. They have too much at stake. They may be able to go on for a few months, but then they have to come back to the United States for supplies. The impact would be very painful for them, as it is for U.S. farmers, but I think the impact on the Chinese economy is much greater than what it is for the U.S. economy.”Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue said prior to the announcement of a proposed tariff on soybeans, “Action will be taken here. We’re not going to let farmers be sacrificed on trade wars.”When asked what type of action that might be, Perdue could not provide specifics due to ongoing negotiations.American Soybean Association President and Iowa farmer John Heisdorffer issued the following statement:“It should surprise no one that China immediately retaliated against our most important exports, including soybeans. We have been warning the administration and members of Congress that this would happen since the prospect for tariffs was raised. That unfortunately doesn’t lend any comfort to the hundreds of thousands of soybean farmers who will be affected by these tariffs. This is no longer a hypothetical, and a 25 percent tariff on U.S. soybeans into China will have a devastating effect on every soybean farmer in America.“Soybean futures are already down nearly 40 cents a bushel as of this morning. At a projected 2018 crop of 4.3 billion bushels, soybean farmers lost $1.72 billion in value for our crop this morning alone. That’s real money lost for farmers, and it is entirely preventable.“We regret that the administration has been unable to counter China’s policies on intellectual property and information technology in a way that does not require the use of tariffs. We still have not heard a response from the administration to our March 12 letter requesting to meet with President Trump and discuss how the administration can work with soybean farmers and others in agriculture to find ways to reduce our trade deficit by increasing competitiveness rather than erecting barriers to foreign markets.“But there is still time to reverse this damage, and the administration can still deliver for farmers by withdrawing the tariffs that caused this retaliation. China has said that its 25 percent tariff will only go into effect based on the course of action the administration takes. We call on President Trump to engage the Chinese in a constructive manner—not a punitive one—and achieve a positive result for soybean farmers.”American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall said, “Farmers and ranchers are, by necessity, patient and optimistic. We know markets ebb and flow. But China’s threatened retaliation against last night’s U.S. tariff proposal is testing both the patience and optimism of families who are facing the worst agricultural economy in 16 years. This has to stop.“Growing trade disputes have placed farmers and ranchers in a precarious position. We have bills to pay and debts we must settle, and cannot afford to lose any market, much less one as important as China’s. We urge the United States and China to return to negotiations and produce an agreement that serves the interests of the world’s two largest economies.” SHARE Previous articleIndiana Farmers Still on the Fence Over Corn/Soybean MixNext articleRyan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for April 5, 2018 Eric Pfeifferlast_img read more

Track and field takes home four gold in Austin

first_imgMaya Bulger Linkedin + posts Track and Field: Senior breaks another school record Courtesy of Maya Bulger is a junior at Texas Christian University from Detroit, Michigan. Maya is pursuing a major in journalism and a minor in business. In her spare time she loves to watch sports, workout, read, hike, travel and bake. Twitter World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Previous articleTCU overwhelms Texas Tech, claims wins Big 12 tournamentNext articleOne long dinner table spans Campus Commons for Frogs Family Dinner Maya Bulger RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ReddIt Maya Bulger Facebook Facebook Maya Bulger Maya Bulger Two teams added to ‘Meet The Frogs’ Get to know the TCU admission counselors Maya Bulger Twitter printThe Horned Frogs recorded four first-place finishes this weekend at the Longhorn Invitational.Running EventsSophomore Brenley Goertzen recorded her third 1500-kilometer race win of the season behind a time of 4:30 and junior Anna Cozart placed third with a time of 4:44.94.Junior Jalen Miller, sophomore Darrion Flowers and senior Raymond Bozmans swept the men’s 100-meter dash. Miller placed first with a time of 10.25, Flowers placed second clocking in at 10.26 and Bozmans placed third with a time of 10.43.Junior Tiffany Terry took home her second gold of the season in the women’s 800-meter race with a time of 2:12.59.In the women’s 3000 kilometer-race, sophomore Nicole Hicks placed second with a time of 10:08.28, sophomore Kirsten Johnston followed behind in third with a time of 10:19.59, freshman Lindsay Tomaini placed fifth clocking in at 10:34.19 and sophomore Molly Hamel placed seventh behind a time of 10:41.35.Freshman Derrick Mokaleng placed second in the men’s 400-meter race with a time of 46.42, junior Kevin McClanahan placed sixth with a time of 47.25 and freshman Jostyn Andrews followed behind in seventh with a time of 47.90. Junior Sabrina Moore recorded the top collegiate time in the women’s 100-dash with a time of 11.41 and junior Briona Oliver placed eighth with a time of 11.65.Senior Judy Emeodi placed seventh in the women’s 100-meter dash with a time of 11.64 and placed fifth in the women’s 200-meter dash with a time of 23.70. Sophomore Kayla Heard followed behind in third with a time of 24.09.Sophomore Lexi Aitken placed fifth in the women’s 400-meter hurdles with a time of 1:00.13 and eighth in the women’s 100-meter hurdles behind a time of 13.42.Field EventsIn the hammer throw, sophomore Fellan McGuigan placed third recording a mark of 208 feet 9 inches (63.63 meters) and sophomore Justin Sanchez placed eighth with a distance of 187 feet 2 inches (57.06 meters). For the women, junior Paola Miranda placed seventh behind a mark of 189 feet 10 inches (57.86 meters).Freshman Isaiah Rogers placed fourth in the men’s shot put behind a throw of 58 feet 3.25 inches (17.76 meters).Freshman Ryan Camp placed sixth in the men’s discus with a mark of 168 feet 6 inches (51.36 meters).For the jumps, senior Ryan Finnie placed fourth in the men’s triple jump recording a distance of 46 feet 5.5 inches (14.16 meters) and Oliver jumped to a mark of 19 feet 4.75 inches (5.91 meters) placing eighth in the women’s long jump.Overall, the women’s team finished in third place with 88 points and the men’s team placed fourth with 67 points.Next UpThe Frogs are set to compete at the Big 12 Outdoor Track & Field Championships on May 12-14. Linkedin ReddIt TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Early action option removed from admission process Welcome TCU Class of 2025last_img read more

What we’re reading: Chilean protests continue in Santiago

first_imgYulissa Cortina Twitter TCU celebrates first-generation students Yulissa Cortina Facebook printEighteen people, including a four-year-old child, have been killed in Chilean protests.Protestors in Santiago, Chile. Photo courtesy of CNNWhat started as a protest for the rise in subway ticket prices has now turned into anger towards President Sebastian Pinera’s apology for the nation’s economic problems and his promise for a new social and economic agenda. Crowds have gathered in downtown Santiago for six consecutive days, protesting everything from economic inequalities and living costs to the country’s rising debt.  “It’s true, problems have not occurred in recent days. They have been accumulating for decades,” Pinera said. The government has extended a curfew for the Santiago metropolitan region from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. as thousands have been involved in the protests. Classes and schools in the city have also been shut down until Friday. According to the head of national defense, the curfew is “limiting citizens’ mobility in order to guarantee tranquility and order in the area.”Tanzanian court upheld a law banning child marriageThe Tanzanian Supreme Court of Appeals dismissed the country’s attorney general’s appeal of a law that banned children under the age of 18 from getting married. Last year, the high court ruled sections of the country’s marriage act unconstitutional and raised the legal age of marriage.According to UN estimates, Tanzania had one of the highest rates of child marriage in the world, with two out of every five girls being married before the age of 18. Thirty-nine bodies found in a container on the back of a truckThirty-nine bodies were found in a truck at an industrial park in Grays, Essex. Officials at the scene. Photo courtesy of CNNAll 39 people, eight women and 31 men, are believed to be Chinese nationals. A Northern Ireland truck driver, Mo Robinson, was arrested on suspicion for the murders of the bodies found in the container. China has called for an investigation. Linkedin Yulissa Cortina Yulissa Cortina ReddIt Students approve all proposed changes to SGA’s constitution Twitter Previous articleTCU looks to cut benefits for future employeesNext articleStudents, faculty protest police brutality following death of Atatiana Jefferson Yulissa Cortina RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ULA gives college advice​ to local high schoolers Housing still limited after construction of new residence halls ReddIt TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history + posts World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Facebook Linkedin Yulissa Cortina Welcome TCU Class of 2025last_img read more

Guided-Missile Destroyer Rescues Pakistani Fishermen

first_imgGuided-missile destroyer USS Hopper (DDG 70) assisted the crew of Pakistani flagged fishing vessel Al Sohail May 18…(navy)[mappress]Source: navy, May 23, 2011; View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Fishermen View post tag: Naval Guided-Missile Destroyer Rescues Pakistani Fishermen View post tag: Destroyer View post tag: Guided-missile Back to overview,Home naval-today Guided-Missile Destroyer Rescues Pakistani Fishermen View post tag: rescues View post tag: Pakistani May 23, 2011 Share this articlelast_img

Assistant Director Compliance/Financial

first_imgDepartmentAthletics Office – 120000 Essential Duties and Responsibilities Please attach required documents:Cover LetterResumeProvide a minimum of 3 professional references in the applicationor attach a List of References with Contact Information Position Number091151 Appalachian State University, in North Carolina’s Blue RidgeMountains, prepares students to lead purposeful lives as globalcitizens who understand and engage their responsibilities increating a sustainable future for all. The transformationalAppalachian experience promotes a spirit of inclusion that bringspeople together in inspiring ways to acquire and create knowledge,to grow holistically, to act with passion and determination, andembrace diversity and difference. As one of 17 campuses in theUniversity of North Carolina system, Appalachian enrolls about20,000 students, has a low student-to-faculty ratio and offers morethan 150 undergraduate and graduate majors. Minimum Qualifications Description of University Quick Link AA/EEO Statement Responsible for monitoring individual and institutional (team)financial aid award limitsAssist in giving interpretations of NCAA rules to all coaches,athletics staff, institutional staff members, and representativesof athletics interestEnsures that the University’s athletics programs comply withNCAA rules and regulations governing financial aid tostudent-athletesProcesses financial aid for student-athletes and works directlywith student-athletes and coaches to ensure they are withinindividual and team NCAA financial aid limitationsDiscuss with student-athletes and/or parents on concerns aboutfinancial aid issuesWork collaboratively with the Office of Student Accounts, theFinancial Aid Office, the University Bookstore and Food Services onall issues dealing with student-athlete scholarships to help withoversight and maintain NCAA institutional controlWork with Information Technology Services staff on changesyearly for JumpForward Financial Aid compatibilityForecast for the Athletics Director and/or Senior AssociateAthletics Director for Internal Operations the cost of athleticscholarships by sport for the year and summer schoolWork with the Academic Advisors for Student-Athletes onproviding the number of hours student-athletes need if enrolledless than full time to graduate or if participating in internshipsor student teaching. Provide these hours to the AssociateDirector/School Certifying Offical in the Office of StudentFinancial Aid Liaison before each semester and all hours for eachsummer session for each student-athlete for whom athletics ishelping to pay for their educationApprove/deny refunds for student-athletes, checking to ensuretheir total aid does not exceed their attendance, except for NCAA/University allowed exceptionsAssist with maintaining the compliance portion of athleticswebsiteServe on relevant campus committees as requested/neededDemonstrate a commitment to and compliance with theUniversity’s and Department of Athletics policies and procedures aswell as the conference and NCAA constitutions, bylaws, legislation,and regulationsPerform other related duties as required Physical Demands of Position License/Certification Required Special Instructions to Applicants Diversity and Inclusion at Appalachian We at Appalachian State University are committed to diversity,equity, and inclusive excellence both locally and globally.We understand that the successful implementation of diversity,equity, and inclusive excellence is the responsibility of theentire university community, including alumni and officialuniversity governing bodies. A diverse campus community supports aninflux of broad and distinct ideas that increase learningopportunities and strengthen the impact of our community as we workcollectively to achieve a just experience for all.We actively encourage, support, and promote a global mindset and anequitable environment where all will know that they belong and aresafe to express their culture, identity, values, ideas, opinions,and creativity. We are committed to creating a culture of equityopportunity for all, one that has an expectation of fairness,justice, and equity-minded practice at all levels of the universitycommunity. Suggested Salary RangeCommensurate with experience. Position TitleAssistant Director Compliance/Financial Bachelor’s degree required.Must have at least one year of experience in NCAA compliance orrelated field.Exceptional attention to detail required.Capable of working in a fast-paced environment and meetingdeadlines.Ability to calculate and maintain accurate athletics andinstitutional financial aid awards for student-athletes.Must demonstrate the highest levels of ethics andintegrity. Appalachian State University is an Affirmative Action/EqualOpportunity Employer. The University does not discriminate inaccess to its educational programs and activities, or with respectto hiring or the terms and conditions of employment, on the basisof race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity andexpression, political affiliation, age, disability, veteran status,genetic information or sexual orientation.last_img read more

AGNELLO, JEAN P. (nee: Rowe)

first_img82, passed away on January 18, 2018 at Christ Hospital in Jersey City, NJ. Jean was born in Jersey City and lived most of her life in Bayonne. Wife of the late Louis “Lou Angelo” Agnello. Mother of Valerie Zaleski and her Husband Dr. Edmund Zaleski, DDS, and Stephen L. Agnello. Grandmother of Mark A. Zaleski. Sister of Joann Ross. Funeral arrangements by G. KEENEN O’BRIEN Funeral Home, 984 Avenue C.last_img

CBDB Is Coming To Brooklyn With In Flux

first_imgCBDB is a progressive rock and roll jamband from Alabama; their music spreading from the southeast across the nation like wildfire. Fresh off the release of their third album, entitled The FAME EP, their live performances continue to strengthen and attract an ever-growing fanbase. Defining a new-founded, southern blend of joyous and progressive funk-rock and roll, CBDB is channeling a sonic bled of soulful vocals, virtuoso, and complimentary musicianship with smart, tasteful songwriting.On stage, each member projects their individual masteries into a fluid, elevated and collective energy of rock-infused spirit. The band is coming to Brooklyn next weekend on Saturday, May 13, for a night at the Knitting Factory with In Flux. Tickets are available here.SUMMER TOUR 2017May 4: Pisgah Brewery – Black Mountain, NC **May 5: Exit/In – Nashville, TN **May 11 AM: RELIX Magazine Office – New York City, NYMay 11 PM: Wonder Bar – Asbury Park, NJMay 12: Funk N Waffles – Syracuse, NY #May 13: Knitting Factory Brooklyn – Brooklyn, NY %May 19: Southbound – Augusta, GAMay 20: Pour House – Charleston, SCMay 26-28: Summer Camp Music Festival – Chilliothe, ILJune 2: Proud Larry’s – Oxford, MSJune 3: Martin’s – Jackson, MSJune 7: Zanzabar – Louisville, KYJune 8: Woodlands – Columbus, OHJune 9: Mousetrap – Indianapolis, INJune 10: The Octave – Covington, KYJune 15: New Brookland Tavern – Columbia, SCJune 16: Barrelhouse – Savannah, GAJune 17: Brew Stash Bash at National Whitewater Center – Charlotte, NC @June 22-25: Electric Forest Festival – Rothbury, MI (weekend 1)June 29-July 2: Electric Forest Festival – Rothbury, MI (weekend 2)July 5-8: Denver, Boulder, Breckenridge and Ft. Collins maybe Durango and Vail as well.July 14: Lowe Mill – Huntsville, AJuly 15: SlossFest Music Festival – Birmingham, ALJuly 28: Soul Kitchen – Mobile, ALJuly 29: Bourbon Street – Auburn, ALAugust 3-5: Werk Out Music Festival – Thornville, OH** with Roots of a Rebellion# with Marbin% with In [email protected] with Perpetual Groovelast_img read more