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Liberia Struggles to Find, Isolate Suspected Ebola Cases
The Ebola caseload continues to grow in Liberia’s capital, Monrovia, even as more people accept the disease and try to stay safe. Health workers are struggling to identify and isolate the sick before they can infect other
Recipient of “2007 Woman of the Year Award” presented to a woman in recovery every year in our community by Volunteers of America chosen by nomination of peers and providers in the community.Briefly homeless in 2002-2003. Couch surfing and sleeping in my car. Just long enough to educate me in what my future clients endure.Char's life is a course of miracles and as a result of the miracles that have happened in her life and recovery she made a choice to give back to the homeless community. She has done more than just give back she has paid it forward. She will share her story of Homelessness, and Hope and Recovery on the Been There Done That Show Saturday 5-25-13 6pm-7pm MST listen live at www.beentheredonethatshow.com We are the voice of Recovery and Change. Every Voice Can Be Heard call in at (646) 200-0112 or 435-673-5890
HOST: Joseph Ngarambe AMAKURU ANYURANYE KU BUKUNGU N'IMIBEREHO MYIZA Y'ABATURAGE (IGICE CYA 2) Turakomereza ku ngingo ya 5 y'ikiganiro cy'ubushize ntashoboye kurangiza kubera ingorane z'ibyuma : Inzara n'ubukene: ibura ry'ibiribwa n'izamuka ry'ibiciro biteye inkeke.
Mu gutangira iyo ngingo, turifashisha ikiganiro cya VOA cyo kuwa Kabiri 01/10/2013, aho Afro Barometer ivuguruza BAfD, yemeza ko imibare kw'izamuka ry'ubukungu muri Africa ntaho ihuriye n'ukuri (ubukene n'inzara biranuma). Ni uguhera kuri 03:53 ukageza kuri 04:52
Nyuma y'ibyo bivugwa kuri raporo ya Afro Barometer, turanumva ikindi kiganiro gikurikiraho (gihera kuri 17:10 kikageza 21:48), aho abaturage bo muri Musanze bataka inzara ikabije biturutse kw'ibura ry'ibirayi n'ibishyimbo. Turakomeza, turagaruka ku ngingo ya 3 yo mu kiganiro gishize: ikibazo cy'urubyiruko rujyanwa mu bikorwa by'uburetwa, twibanda cyane cyane ku rujyanwa mu mirwano ya M23, tunasobanura gato uburemere bw'igihano Amerika yabihereye u Rwanda. andikira email@example.com cyangwa utubwire niba hari ibyo uzi ushaka kutubwira hano kuri radio Itahuka
HOST: JOSEPH NGARAMBE
TOPIC: AMAKURU ANYURANYE KU BUKUNGU N'IMIBEREHO MYIZA Y'ABATURAGE
1. Ndatangira mvuga gato kw'isesaguramutungo riherutse kugaragazwa na "Rwanda Day" y"i Toronto;
2. Ndakurikizaho ikibazo cya buruse n'imyigaragambyo y'abanyeshuri, nk'uko tubibwirwa na VOA
3. Ndakomeza mvuga ku kibazo cy'urubyiruko rujyanwa mu bikorwa by'ubucakara (abakobwa n'abahungu), harimo n'intambara: turifashisha itangazo rya US State Department ryasohotse mu kanya rivuga ko USA imaze gufatira u Rwanda ibihano kubera gukoresha abana muri M23. 4. U Rwanda rukomeje guteza akavuyo mu baturanyi: u Burundi bwihanije ko butazashyigikira ibikorwa bicurwa mu bwihisho na Rwanda, Uganda na Kenya, biheza Uburundi na Tanzania bafatanije umuryango wa EAC.
5. Inzara: ibura ry'ibiribwa n'izamuka ry'ibiciro biteye inkeke.
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Trust God, Clean the Garage, and Help Others Women In Recovery our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety". Char came to Hurricane several weeks ago to host the Been There Done That Show www.beentheredonethatshow.com. The topic for the show was to discuss the VOA Homeless Outreach Program in SLC, which Char heads up. Marsha brought Char out to her womens sober living home to show off the house which is due to open August 1, 2013. The problem the Home and the Garage was in need of some cleaning out. There was a vast amount of STUFF left over from the previous owner, it was over whelming just to look at. Well Char in all of her wisdom said, "Marsha you do not have to do this by yourself. How about I do what I can to come back down with some women from SLC and help you clean this place out." I just about fell over, it was just what I needed I said, "Asking for Help is a part of what we learn to do to stay sober. I guess it can apply to needing help with projects that are overwhelming also. I am so thankful for the help that is coming my way." As a treat I thought it would be great to have the show topic on 6-29-13 be about how we use service work to support our sobriety. The women how show up for the service project are our Host on the Been There Done That show. You do not want to miss these giddy girls in all there splender share their experience, strength and hope on this topic.Join us on at the Been There Done That Show on Saturday 6-29-13 at our website www.beentheredonethatshow.com Marsha talks with Char, Kathy and the Women in Recovery on how they use Service Work to Support Their Addiction, Alcoholism and Recovery 6pm-7pm click on the listen now button and join our show online you do not want to miss this show call in at (646) 200-0112 or 435-673-5890 with questions or comments for our host
Volunteers of America Chesapeake, a nonprofit that provides support services to the elderly and to people who are homeless, mentally ill or recovering from addiction, among other needs, was named a CIO 100 winner in 2011 for implementing a cloud computing solution for its 600 employee, 26-program organization.
VOA was one of the few nonprofits to embrace cloud computing for back-office processes. As such, its cloud efforts resulted in an expected savings of $30,000 to $50,000 per month.
For any organization, this type of costs saving clearly a “pivotal play.” Today we are speaking with Shyam Desigan, CIO & CFO of VOA, about this pivotal play.
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USA - Fourth of July
During the holiday weekend of July 3–5, 2009: 942 ER visits on average/per day (related to alcohol use) Who? 2/3ds were young men Age? 21 Fireworks Parades Backyard picnics. Hotdogs Beers... Alcohol Champagne Binge drink Drugs In today's VOA Radio Network show we will answer some questions teens ask about drugs. Learning from the life of Betty Ford and many others. BRAIN ODYSSEY SERIES
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Mr. Huber is a Broadcast Design Engineer at AIMM, located in Washington D.C. He holds over 47 years of experience in the Broadcasting field, focusing on news, information, educational and cultural programming.
He has affiliations with numerous organizations and clubs, including the VOA Amateur Radio Club and the VFW. He is the former President of Cape Fear Amateur Radio, and has about 20 years of experience in the U.S. Army. Dr. Huber was even recognized with the bronze for his service in Vietnam from 1967 to 1968.
Mr. Huber is a Broadcast Design Engineer at AIMM, located in Washington D.C. He holds over 47 years of experience in the Broadcasting field, focusing on Roland attended the University of Maryland and the University of North Carolina, to achieve his Doctorate in Business Administration. He has affiliations with numerous organizations and clubs, including the VOA Amateur Radio Club and the VFW. He is the former President of Cape Fear Amateur Radio, and has about 20 years of experience in the U.S. Army. Dr. Huber was even recognized with the bronze for his service in Vietnam from 1967 to 1968.
Security agencies are on the spot after junior Administration Police officers stormed a police station, guns at the ready, and freed a colleague from detention.
During the Sunday night raid at Nairobi’s Kileleshwa Police Station, 15 AP officers armed with G3 rifles freed their colleague, a sergeant who had been arrested the previous day by counterparts from the Criminal Investigations Department.
The sergeant had been booked there on accusations that he helped two suspects escape from lawful custody.
The raid angered senior officers from both sides, with discussions being held but no action had been taken against the errant officers by Tuesday afternoon.
The Daily Nation learnt that charge sheets against the officers involved in the raid have been drawn and that they would be arrested.
At the same time, some senior APs preferred the matter be dealt “administratively” so that the errant officers face internal disciplinary channels.
The law is clear on cases where one helps a suspect to escape from custody, defining it as criminal.
On Tuesday, Police Commissioner Mathew Iteere addressed a section inspectors from both units at the CID training school, at the beginning of a course in community policing.
“We must form the sober part of the community and be an institution that distinguishes itself by the manner in which we manage societal tensions and dispense the legal manner of arbitrating disputes between conflicting forces in the society we serve,” he told the officers gathered.
Rekindled bitter relations
He added: “Some things we have seen and heard leave me in serious doubt. They raise the question: Are we sailing in the same boat during this redefining moment (reforms) in our history?”
The incident, which has rekindled bitter relations between officers from the two police units, happened at around 7.35pm, according to an official police report seen by the Daily Nation.