Dormitory – Center Hostel http://center-hostel.com/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 02:00:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://center-hostel.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/icon-2021-08-02T211356.633-150x150.png Dormitory – Center Hostel http://center-hostel.com/ 32 32 Police search for missing teenager from school https://center-hostel.com/police-search-for-missing-teenager-from-school/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 02:00:28 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/police-search-for-missing-teenager-from-school/ Police have set up a special team to search for a 15-year-old boy who disappeared from a high school in Yanshan county, Jiangxi province, more than a month ago, local authorities said Wednesday. On October 14, Hu Xinyu, a student from Zhiyuan High School, was reported missing. According to video footage provided by the school, […]]]>


Police have set up a special team to search for a 15-year-old boy who disappeared from a high school in Yanshan county, Jiangxi province, more than a month ago, local authorities said Wednesday.

On October 14, Hu Xinyu, a student from Zhiyuan High School, was reported missing. According to video footage provided by the school, he was last seen around 5:48 p.m. in the dorms. It is believed that Hu was going to classrooms in a nearby building for an evening study session.

Local police said they searched all vehicles entering and leaving the school that night. Police dogs and drones were also deployed but there was no sign of Hu.

Teachers combed school property, including every classroom and dormitory. Even the artificial lake and the septic tank have been emptied, according to the school.

According to the missing person notice posted by Hu’s family, they were notified of his disappearance by the school at 11:41 p.m. on October 14.

He did not have his identity card, money or mobile phone with him. He only took a digital voice recorder with him when he was last seen.

On November 20, news that Hu’s body was found and recovered from a river began circulating on social media, but it later turned out to be a rumor.

On Wednesday, the Chinese Communist Party’s publicity department in Yanshan said the search for Hu was ongoing and a special team had been set up by police at the provincial, municipal and county levels.

The conclusion of the investigation will be published in due course. Meanwhile, authorities have urged the public not to believe or spread rumours.

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Shishu Gruha in Kurnool calls for attention – The New Indian Express https://center-hostel.com/shishu-gruha-in-kurnool-calls-for-attention-the-new-indian-express/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 03:53:00 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/shishu-gruha-in-kurnool-calls-for-attention-the-new-indian-express/ Express press service KURNOOL: Shishu Gruha, where abandoned children in the age group of 0 to 5 years old are housed until adoption, in the neighborhood is crying out for attention. The dilapidated building leaks when it rains. There is not even a drinking water installation. Generally, philanthropists provide water to the Shishu Gruha at […]]]>

Express press service

KURNOOL: Shishu Gruha, where abandoned children in the age group of 0 to 5 years old are housed until adoption, in the neighborhood is crying out for attention. The dilapidated building leaks when it rains. There is not even a drinking water installation. Generally, philanthropists provide water to the Shishu Gruha at the request of the staff. The home for abandoned children operates mainly thanks to donations from philanthropists.

Eight children – four boys and four girls – are currently housed in the Specialized Adoption Agency (SAA) also called Shishu Gruha in the city. The walls of the dilapidated building developed cracks and the electrical wiring became old. The conditions outside the building are also messy. Stray dogs and pigs frequently enter the premises of Shishu Gruha, posing a threat to infants.

A SAA must have a sick room, a general room, a dormitory, a kitchen, a storage room, a guest room, a boardroom, a waiting room, a dining room, a games room and others according to the standards. The Kurnool SAA, however, is run from one of the oldest government quarters, which is 2BKH (two bedrooms and a kitchen). Initially, the Shishu Gruha was located in the village of Peddapadu on the outskirts of Kurnool town.

It was moved to the building near C-Camp Rythu Bazaar in the city in 2016. It is managed by ICDS. It has a staff of six, including a director, a nurse and four caretakers (ayahs), against the required staff of 12. ICDS officials attributed the poor state of affairs at the home for abandoned children to a stipend inadequate budget.

Talk to The new Indian Express, Project Director of the District Women and Child Welfare Department, KLRK Kumari, said they have undertaken the recruitment of ayahs and other positions as needed. However, people are not showing up to join the positions citing low pay, she said.

Regarding the poor facilities of the Shishu Gruha, she said that steps would soon be taken to improve the facilities. “We run the house with the help of philanthropists and donors. We have taken steps to provide adequate care for abandoned children and ensure their comfort,” she said. So far, 117 children have been adopted by the Shishu Gruha in Kurnool. More than 250 rescued children, including abandoned infants, have been reunited with their parents.

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ReSURGEnce 2022 conference spurs rebound of Black-owned businesses https://center-hostel.com/resurgence-2022-conference-spurs-rebound-of-black-owned-businesses/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 05:05:47 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/resurgence-2022-conference-spurs-rebound-of-black-owned-businesses/ Temperatures are dropping, but black business ownership is about to heat up thanks to Reverend Dennis Dillon. The New York Christian Times The Founder is hosting the reSURGEnce for Black Church and Black Businesses conference this Thursday, Nov. 17 and the following day, Friday, the 18th at the Brooklyn Navy Yard from 9 a.m. to […]]]>

Temperatures are dropping, but black business ownership is about to heat up thanks to Reverend Dennis Dillon. The New York Christian Times The Founder is hosting the reSURGEnce for Black Church and Black Businesses conference this Thursday, Nov. 17 and the following day, Friday, the 18th at the Brooklyn Navy Yard from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event will feature speakers such as Mayor Eric Adams, New York State Dormitory Authority Pres. Reuben McDaniel III and “New York Undercover” actor Malik Yoba.

“ReSURGEnce, as the name suggests, is really about creating an upsurge, a revival, or a restoration — a recharge, so to speak, of Black-owned businesses emerging from the pandemic,” Dillon said. “The pandemic has been deeply devastating for Black-owned businesses.

“And so this reSURGEnce conference is really about creating a new black economic renaissance. That’s really what it’s all about, and how do we work to ensure that whatever is needed, and whatever is needed to create that rebirth and how all energies and resources need to be mobilized to facilitate and create that rebirth.”

But Dillon doesn’t need a Sistine Chapel ceiling. Its canvas is the $190 billion black consumer market in the New York/tri-state area. Yet black entrepreneurship is far from commensurate with the purchasing power of the community. According to the city, only 3.5% of local businesses are black-owned. So, reSURGEnce aims to turn the tide by mentoring entrepreneurship and helping to apply for loans, government contracts, and franchise opportunities.

In August 2020, a city report found that black entrepreneurs, like most business owners, face challenges accessing capital. There was also a need for broader networks and support for customer acquisition. And they are massively opening businesses to pursue their passions. But Dillon hopes they can think even bigger.

“We sell culture, we sell cultural food, we sell cultural clothing, we cut hair — for the most part, most of the success that black businesses have endured has been culture-related,” he said. -he declares. . “And we’re just saying it’s time for us to move black entrepreneurship into the mainstream. We need to move it considerably towards the mainstream. For example, we’ve been extremely weak in New York and around the world when it comes to retail businesses.

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Developers who want to convert EconoLodge in Hadley to affordable housing get a $4.5 million raise https://center-hostel.com/developers-who-want-to-convert-econolodge-in-hadley-to-affordable-housing-get-a-4-5-million-raise/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 16:58:54 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/developers-who-want-to-convert-econolodge-in-hadley-to-affordable-housing-get-a-4-5-million-raise/ HADLEY — The conversion of a Route 9 motel into affordable apartments received a financial boost last week when a public-private community development finance institution said developers could access some $4.5 million in dollars in loans for the project. The initiative is one of 17 out of 12 Massachusetts communities supported by $19.2 million from […]]]>

HADLEY — The conversion of a Route 9 motel into affordable apartments received a financial boost last week when a public-private community development finance institution said developers could access some $4.5 million in dollars in loans for the project.

The initiative is one of 17 out of 12 Massachusetts communities supported by $19.2 million from the Community Economic Development Assistance Corp.

Another project that will benefit will include the redevelopment of properties in downtown Greenfield into affordable units and additional accommodation space.

In Hadley, Valley Community Development’s plans to transform the EconoLodge, at 329 Russell St., from 63 hotel rooms into 50 affordable apartments, a mix of studios and one-bedroom, will benefit from a loan of acquisition of up to $4.1 million, as well as a pre-development loan of $400,000.

“We have high aspirations for the continued success of hotel/motel conversions as an emerging strategy to provide permanent, supportive housing for people experiencing homelessness,” CEDAC Executive Director Roger Herzog said in a statement. communicated.

The EconoLodge was built in 2003 and was used this fall as off-campus dormitories for transfer students to the University of Massachusetts. In August, the Select Board approved Valley CDC’s plans for the project.

CEDAC’s commitment is to create or preserve 970 affordable housing units across the state.

The Greenfield project includes 30 supportive apartments and adds 10 beds and a cafeteria to the shelter.

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Japan expands dormitory capacity at Philippine school for the deaf https://center-hostel.com/japan-expands-dormitory-capacity-at-philippine-school-for-the-deaf/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 16:12:15 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/japan-expands-dormitory-capacity-at-philippine-school-for-the-deaf/ The Philippine School for the Deaf (PSD) in Pasay City officially opened the doors of its new student dormitory, as the Japanese Embassy officially handed over the two-story building in a ceremony on October 28. The only public institution for the deaf in the country, the PSD is a semi-residential school that can accommodate students. […]]]>

The Philippine School for the Deaf (PSD) in Pasay City officially opened the doors of its new student dormitory, as the Japanese Embassy officially handed over the two-story building in a ceremony on October 28.

The only public institution for the deaf in the country, the PSD is a semi-residential school that can accommodate students. However, due to the limited capacity of the dormitory, the school had to turn away more than half of the applicants each year, as several students from remote parts of the country had encountered serious problems in finding accommodation.

To solve the problem, the Japanese Embassy granted a grant of 156,127 dollars, or about 8 million pesos, to the PSD for the construction of a new building. Along with the renovation of its existing dormitory, the new structure increases the school’s capacity to accommodate nearly 100 students.

During the ceremony, Minister of Economy Daisuke Nihei of the Japanese Embassy reiterated the importance of empowerment. He encouraged the students to pursue their dreams and expressed his optimism for their future success.

Nihei led the ceremonial roll, along with Assistant Secretary Christopher Lawrence Arnuco of the Department of Education and Vice Mayor Boyet Ding Del Rosario of the City of Pasay. Also present were Embassy First Secretary Chihiro Kanno and Third Secretary Yumi Yamada, other officials from the local government unit of DepEd Pasay City, the school principal and staff members, students and parents.

The project was approved in 2019 by the Embassy, ​​as part of Japan’s official development assistance through the Human Security Local Project Assistance Grant. As the largest ODA donor to the Philippines, the Japanese government launched the GGP program in the Philippines in 1989 to alleviate poverty and help various communities engage in basic activities.

Image credits: Embassy of Japan

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2022-2023 When do KYK scholarship and loan applications start? When will the KYK scholarship application be announced? https://center-hostel.com/2022-2023-when-do-kyk-scholarship-and-loan-applications-start-when-will-the-kyk-scholarship-application-be-announced/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 08:48:17 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/2022-2023-when-do-kyk-scholarship-and-loan-applications-start-when-will-the-kyk-scholarship-application-be-announced/ KYK Scholarship and Loan Applications 2022-2023 When will the KYK scholarship application be announced Students who will receive scholarships and loans from GSB this year will be determined by 2022-2023 KYK scholarship applications. Each student who chooses the loan option will be able to receive the loan even if the scholarship is not issued. However, […]]]>
KYK Scholarship and Loan Applications 2022-2023 When will the KYK scholarship application be announced

Students who will receive scholarships and loans from GSB this year will be determined by 2022-2023 KYK scholarship applications. Each student who chooses the loan option will be able to receive the loan even if the scholarship is not issued. However, the difference between loans and grants is that they are repaid. So when are the KYK scholarship applications that thousands of students are waiting for? What must be done for the loan to be transformed into a grant? When is the KYK scholarship and loan due? How to Apply for E-State KYK Scholarship? How much is the KYK scholarship and loan amount? In what cases is the loan cut? Under what circumstances is the scholarship terminated? When are scholarship/loan payments made?

When is the KYK scholarship and loan application?

No announcement has yet been made for the 2022-2023 KYK scholarship and loan application dates. The academic calendar in universities started in September. In the same process, successive applications for KYK dorms were concluded and students settled in KYK dorms. Last year, scholarship applications were received from November 5 to 8. Applications are expected to be received in November this year.

When is the KYK scholarship and loan due?

KYK loan and scholarship payments are made based on the last digit of the TR ID number. The payment days are as follows:

  • Contacts whose last digit is 0: 6th day of the month
  • Contacts with last digit 2: 7th day of the month
  • Contacts with last digit 4: 8th day of the month
  • Contacts with the last digit 6: 9th day of the month
  • Contacts with the last digit 8: 10th day of the month

How to Apply for E-State KYK Scholarship?

Applications for grants/loans are received annually through e-government between dates announced to the public through print and visual media.

As a result of the assessment, the work and transactions of students who are awarded scholarships or credits are detailed on the Explanation of Results page. Kazan Scholarship or Loan EligibilityStudents are required to complete the “Commitment Approval” process on the Scholarship/Loan Approval screen on Government Online between the specified dates. Students who do not approve the commitment will not be paid.

The priority students in the scholarships are as follows;

  • Child martyrs, (If the martyr is single, his brother single)
  • Veteran children (if veteran is single)
  • Students found to be 40% or more disabled with a medical board report,
  • Those whose parents are deceased
  • Those who have completed their secondary education and equivalent studies by sheltering in Orphanages affiliated to the Ministry of Family and Social Policies,
  • Those who have completed high school and equivalent education at Darüşşafaka High School,
  • Students who are National Amateur Athletes

How much is the KYK scholarship and loan amount?

  • Licence: 850TL
  • Diploma: 1700TL
  • Doctorate: 2.550 TL

Scholarships are paid 12 times during an academic year.

In what cases is the loan interrupted?

  • Departure, dismissal or temporary suspension from the educational institution,
  • Withdrawal, authorization, blocking of registration,
  • Not attending an educational institution for health reasons,
  • Closing of the educational institution
  • Obtain an “unlimited penalty of expulsion” from dormitories affiliated with the Ministry,
  • In the event of conviction with final conviction, student loans are cut.

Under what circumstances is the scholarship terminated?

  • don’t fail,
  • Penalty to leave the educational institution, to be expelled or to be suspended for at least one semester,
  • Withdrawal, authorization, blocking of registration,
  • Closing of the educational institution
  • Obtain an “unlimited penalty of expulsion” from dormitories affiliated with the ministry,
  • Student scholarships are terminated upon conviction with a final verdict.

When are scholarship/loan payments made?

Students who will receive scholarships/credits for the first time are paid during the normal teaching period from the beginning of the academic year (October) for which they apply. These students are paid between the 6th and 10th day of each month according to the last digit of their TR ID number.

What must be done for the loan to be transformed into a scholarship?

Of those whose status changed later when taking out a loan; (priority scholarship students) loans are converted into scholarships from the payment period following the change in student status, provided that this situation is documented. Students in this situation should apply with a petition or in person at the Head Office address.

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Mesa County Received Over $65,000 for Emergency Food and Shelter Programs | Western Colorado https://center-hostel.com/mesa-county-received-over-65000-for-emergency-food-and-shelter-programs-western-colorado/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 18:24:46 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/mesa-county-received-over-65000-for-emergency-food-and-shelter-programs-western-colorado/ Country the United States of AmericaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, Republic ofBahrain, Kingdom ofBangladesh, People’s Republic […]]]>

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Trinity College removed American flags from student window, but let Pride flags remain for days later https://center-hostel.com/trinity-college-removed-american-flags-from-student-window-but-let-pride-flags-remain-for-days-later/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 21:45:18 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/trinity-college-removed-american-flags-from-student-window-but-let-pride-flags-remain-for-days-later/ Trinity College in Connecticut forcibly removed two variants of the American flag from a dorm window last week, although it allowed other flags, such as the Pride flag, to remain for days after the ‘incident. Roommates Finn McCole and Lucas Turco spoke to Fox News Digital about the incident, which was caught on video and […]]]>

Trinity College in Connecticut forcibly removed two variants of the American flag from a dorm window last week, although it allowed other flags, such as the Pride flag, to remain for days after the ‘incident.

Roommates Finn McCole and Lucas Turco spoke to Fox News Digital about the incident, which was caught on video and first reported by TikTok’s Libs. McCole said the flags were hoisted on Wednesday evening and the next day the college administration came to remove the flags.

On Thursday, several university employees showed up outside their dorm to remove the two flags, one of which was the American flag with the Gadsden “Don’t Tread on Me” graphic superimposed and the other was a “Thin Line” flag – a black and white American flag with blue, green and red stripes, representing police, military and federal officers and firefighters respectively.

The two students asked a woman in the video why she was removing the flags and repeatedly told her not to touch their property. “Excuse me, why are you touching our property?” Turco asked the woman.

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Lucas Turco, a student at Trinity College, stands in front of his flags which were pulled down by school officials.
(Photo credit: Finn McCole)

The woman responded by repeatedly telling the students that they had been asked to remove the flags. McCole and Turco questioned why their flags were being targeted when other students had flags hanging from their window.

“No prior request was made to us to remove the flags,” McCole told Fox News Digital. “The two women from administration showed up at our dorm and said we had an official order from the dean to remove them immediately.”

“When we asked to speak to the dean, they responded by calling campus facilities to bring a ladder to our dorm. The woman then tore up the flags, as seen in the video,” McCole said.

McCole and Turco both said that despite what the university official said in the video, they never received a notification to remove the flags.

“This event was our only explicit warning. There are no emails asking us to remove the flags,” McCole said.

Flinn McCole, a student at Trinity College, speaks with school officials who moments later took down his flags.

Flinn McCole, a student at Trinity College, speaks with school officials who moments later took down his flags.
(Photo credit: Lucas Turco)

While a university employee in the video said other students would be asked to remove their flags, McCole and Turco told Fox News Digital that the university waited a few days before sending an email. campus-wide email highlighting their no-objects policy outside of students. ‘ the Windows. The email was sent on Monday and told students that “regardless of the contents, all items hanging or displayed outside your windows should be removed and placed in your room immediately.”

Fox News Digital asked Trinity College why McCole and Turco’s flags were forcibly removed on Thursday, but the email to the rest of the student body was not sent until Monday. They did not answer that specific question, but instead pointed to their university’s policy and said the incident showed there needed to be “more consistent enforcement” of the rules.

“Trinity College student manual states that objects are not permitted to be placed outside the windows of the Residence for security reasons. According to student manual: “No object of any type (including liquid) may be thrown, dropped, pushed out of, placed outside, or allowed to fall from a window of a residential building. Students held responsible such actions will be subject to residential censorship,” a spokesperson wrote in an email to Fox News Digital. “This event highlighted the need for more consistent application of the rules of the handbook, and the college is working with the student body to create awareness and compliance. The Dean of Student Life is addressing the issue with the entire student body to ensure compliance with the manual, and reiterated the rule to the student body in a communication this week.The Dean’s office will work directly with students for more consistent application.

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A Trinity College school official physically removed two students’ American flags from outside their dormitory while allowing other flags, such as LGBT and trans flags, to remain in place.
(Photo credit: Finn McCole)

Prior to the incident, other students had other flags hanging from their windows. The students sent Fox News Digital several photos showing the Pride Flag and the Transgender Pride Flag hanging outside the windows.

McCole and Turco said they spoke to the dean of student life, Dr. Jody Goodman, and the assistant dean and student standards coordinator, John Selders, on Friday. The students said in the phone call that the university apologized and acknowledged that the situation had been mishandled. When the students asked the dean why their flags were being targeted, the dean allegedly told them it was because the campus was getting complaints that the flags were offensive.

“The deans said that our flags were taken down because some students were offended by it. In my opinion, anyone can be offended by anything and so it’s completely subjective, so it doesn’t constitute a valid reason to withdraw our flags,” Turco said. “Yes, other flags such as trans flags and LGBTQ flags have remained hanging and have never been forcibly removed by the school. Which Finn and I have no problem with, we think everyone world should be allowed to fly its flags.”

“I can’t explain why the school targeted our flags, but I think the video speaks for itself,” he added.

A Trinity College school official physically removed two students' American flags from outside their dormitory while allowing other flags, such as LGBT and trans flags, to remain in place.

A Trinity College school official physically removed two students’ American flags from outside their dormitory while allowing other flags, such as LGBT and trans flags, to remain in place.
(Photo credit: Finn McCole)

When asked about the reaction on campus, McCole and Turco said they received messages of encouragement, but also hostile responses on social media, mostly from anonymous accounts.

“Across campus, many students praised us for our bravery and support the message we are fighting for. The only real backlash we received came from the anonymous social media app Yik Yak,” Turco said. “I guess some students feel more comfortable talking anonymously behind a screen.”

A Trinity College school official physically removed two students' American flags from outside their dormitory while allowing other flags, such as LGBT and trans flags, to remain in place.

A Trinity College school official physically removed two students’ American flags from outside their dormitory while allowing other flags, such as LGBT and trans flags, to remain in place.
(Photo credit: Finn McCole)

“Does straight rich white man Finn McCole really think he’s oppressed???” wrote a YikYak user. “Nope [because] wtf why does he compare his minor inconvenience with the suppression of the LGBT community [shaking my head].”

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On Instagram, one of their classmates called the flags “a disgusting display of white nationalist ideals.”

“[Y]our flags are not patriotism, they are a symbol of fascism and systemic racism. symbols of hatred and violence. grow the [f*ck] and try to learn something about the real history of this country and the damage caused by these institutions,” the student commented.

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Japanese Embassy delivers dormitory to Pasay https://center-hostel.com/japanese-embassy-delivers-dormitory-to-pasay/ Sun, 30 Oct 2022 22:07:34 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/japanese-embassy-delivers-dormitory-to-pasay/ The Philippine School for the Deaf (PSD) in Pasay City officially opened the doors of its new student dormitory, as the Japanese Embassy in the Philippines officially handed over the two-story building in a ceremony on October 28. Japanese Embassy of Economy Minister Nihei Daisuke The new dormitory was completed as part of the “Pasay […]]]>

The Philippine School for the Deaf (PSD) in Pasay City officially opened the doors of its new student dormitory, as the Japanese Embassy in the Philippines officially handed over the two-story building in a ceremony on October 28.

Japanese Embassy of Economy Minister Nihei Daisuke

The new dormitory was completed as part of the “Pasay City Philippine School for the Deaf Dormitory Construction Project”.

The project was approved in 2019 by the Japanese Embassy in the Philippines, as part of Japan’s Official Development Assistance (ODA) through the Support for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) grant. ).

The only public institution for the deaf in the country, the PSD is a semi-residential school that can accommodate students. However, due to the limited capacity of the dormitory, the school had unfortunately had to turn down more than half of the applicants each year. Many students from remote parts of the country have encountered serious problems finding accommodation.

The Japanese Embassy provides a grant of 8 million pula to the Philippine School for the Deaf (PSD) for the construction of a new dormitory.

The Japanese Embassy provides a grant of 8 million pula to the Philippine School for the Deaf (PSD) for the construction of a new dormitory.

The only public institution for the deaf in the country, the PSD is a semi-residential school that can accommodate students.

The only public institution for the deaf in the country, the PSD is a semi-residential school that can accommodate students.

To solve this problem, the Japanese Embassy gave a grant of 8 million pula to the PSD for the construction of a new dormitory. The construction of the new building, as well as the renovation of its existing dormitory, increases the school’s capacity to accommodate nearly 100 students.

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During the ceremony, Economy Minister Nihei Daisuke of the Japanese Embassy reiterated the importance of empowerment. He encouraged the students to pursue their dreams and expressed his optimism for their future success.

As the largest ODA donor to the Philippines, the Japanese government launched the GGP program in the Philippines in 1989 to alleviate poverty and help various communities engage in basic activities. Currently, 553 grassroots projects have been implemented by the GGP.

Japan believes that these projects will strengthen the friendship between Japan and the Philippines and help sustain the strategic partnerships between the two countries.

Economy Minister Nihei Daisuke led the rotation ceremony, alongside Education Ministry Deputy Secretary Christopher Lawrence Arnuco and Pasay City Vice Mayor Boyet Ding Del Rosario.

Also present were First Secretary Kanno Chihiro and Third Secretary Yamada Yumi of the Japanese Embassy in the Philippines, other DepEd officials, Pasay City LGU officials, the school principal and staff, students and their parents.


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Evangel University to begin construction of new basketball arena https://center-hostel.com/evangel-university-to-begin-construction-of-new-basketball-arena/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 20:07:28 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/evangel-university-to-begin-construction-of-new-basketball-arena/ Evangel University announced that it will hold a groundbreaking ceremony on Friday to begin construction of the Valor Center which will be the new home ground for its basketball programs in addition to a practice facility which will also house the basketball programs. football and soccer. A ceremony is scheduled for Friday at 11 a.m. […]]]>

Evangel University announced that it will hold a groundbreaking ceremony on Friday to begin construction of the Valor Center which will be the new home ground for its basketball programs in addition to a practice facility which will also house the basketball programs. football and soccer.

A ceremony is scheduled for Friday at 11 a.m. as part of the back-to-school celebration. The ceremony will take place in the northwest corner of campus near the Ashcroft Center, and the public is invited to attend.

The Valor Center, in addition to the Randy Rowden Training Center, are two major projects included in “Evangel’s Here. Now. Campaign,” which is a $24 million fundraising effort that launched last summer. Other projects include the complete renovation of the Walther Hall dormitory as well as the installation of a lighted artificial turf intramural pitch.

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