Ascencia Limited (ASCE.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Investment sector has released it’s 2017 annual report.For more information about Ascencia Limited (ASCE.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Ascencia Limited (ASCE.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Ascencia Limited (ASCE.mu) 2017 annual report.Company ProfileAscencia Limited is a commercial property fund with an investment portfolio comprising quality income earning properties located in Mauritius. The company specialises in retail properties where the company engages in the acquisition, investment and investment holding of real estate properties on the Mauritian island. Ascencia Limited (Class A shares) operates shopping malls locally and regionally. Ascencia Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
Houses ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/785998/casa-rampa-andres-remy-arquitectos Clipboard Photographs Save this picture!© Alejandro Peral+ 23 Share Argentina ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/785998/casa-rampa-andres-remy-arquitectos Clipboard Projects Area: 650 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeAndres Remy ArquitectosOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesPatagoniaArgentinaPublished on April 22, 2016Cite: “Casa Rampa / Andrés Remy Arquitectos” 22 Apr 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
ArchDaily “COPY” Photographs Park Landscape: Save this picture!© Nicolas Castes+ 14 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/871142/bastide-dolette-nil-house-of-the-regional-natural-catalan-pyrenean-park-inca-architectes Clipboard Engineer:BETEM ingénierieClient:Parc naturel régional des Pyrénées catalanesArchitect In Charge:Gilles MartyCity:OletteCountry:FranceMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Nicolas CastesRecommended ProductsMetallicsTECU®Copper Surface – Classic CoatedWoodHESS TIMBERTimber – GLT HybridMetallicsSculptformClick-on Battens in Ivanhoe ApartmentsFiber Cements / CementsSwisspearlSwisspearl Largo Fiber Cement PanelsText description provided by the architects. In the heart of the Catalan Pyrenees regional park, a spectacular landscape opens on the valley which shelters the “Bastide d’Olette” where the “Maison du Parc” (“park’s house”) is located. Save this picture!© Nicolas CastesThree stories are superimposed: the one of the medieval castle, built in the heart of the valley, the one of the mining exploitation of the territory from which materials were treated on site and the contemporary history lead by the Maison du parc (park & house). Save this picture!© Nicolas CastesThe historical richness of the site where time has left its distinctive print calls for a sober vision of architecture linked with the sense of the place. Respect of what is existing is the driving force of the project. A new structure is conceived within a patrimonial frame which is the building work of the farmhouse. The building slots into this protective enclosure and has a delicate discussion with it. Save this picture!PlanA central line follows on from the Maison du Parc (park & house), this axis articulates the different circulations and insccribes the architectural project in a coherent and global vision on a site scale. Save this picture!© Nicolas CastesWith a view to harmony with the environing landscape, we imagined a buiding which composition lines answer subtely the existing building profile. The protective roof with large fascias offers a global unity. This light and aerial roofing seems to float delicately above work spaces. This roof is raised which allows a very clear readability of the new elements of the project compared to the existing ones. Save this picture!Section C-C’The contemporary envelope of the building is both dynamic and unifying. Its vertical rythm, sometimes filled, sometimes empty, generates a transparency and a fluidity of views which allow us to see the existing walls at any time. The project includes wooden motorized, pliable, sliding shutters which will be integrated on the Eastern and Western facades. Therefore, this mechanism regulates solar inputs and avoids summer overheat. Save this picture!© Nicolas CastesOn the North side, all technical functions (heating, archives, storage…) are gathered around a technical delivery parvis. On the South side, on the opposite, a terrace enables to enlarge more user-friendly spaces. The meeting room, which is very ajustable is linked with the parvis and the South terrace. The staff premises are heading towards an enclosed garden. Save this picture!© Nicolas CastesThe work spaces are organized on a single plateau to favour exhanges. This configuration offers a huge flexibility. Each space is extended towards the outside either physically or visually by visual openings which lead into the different faces of the siteProject gallerySee allShow lessBiking Through Denmark: Highlights of Copenhagen’s Architecture FestivalArticlesBuero Wagner Selected for Interior Renovation of Frankfurt’s World Renowned Opera Ho…Architecture News Share 2015 Projects Photographs: Nicolas Castets Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Bastide d’Olette – House of the Regional Natural Catalan Pyrenean Park / INCA ArchitectesSave this projectSaveBastide d’Olette – House of the Regional Natural Catalan Pyrenean Park / INCA Architectes Year: Manufacturers: ISOCELL, STABALUX, VMZINC CopyPark, Houses•Olette, France Bastide d’Olette – House of the Regional Natural Catalan Pyrenean Park / INCA Architectes ALEP ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/871142/bastide-dolette-nil-house-of-the-regional-natural-catalan-pyrenean-park-inca-architectes Clipboard France CopyAbout this officeInca ArchitectesOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsLandscape ArchitectureParkResidential ArchitectureHousesOletteFrancePublished on May 20, 2017Cite: “Bastide d’Olette – House of the Regional Natural Catalan Pyrenean Park / INCA Architectes” 20 May 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
New venue opens with charity concert 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. Howard Lake | 14 November 2008 | News Tagged with: Events Ireland AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 16 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The very first show for the new O2 arena in Dublin, formerly known as the Point Depot, will be run as a benefit night for Childline.The event will feature a host of pop acts including Boyzone, Shayne Ward, Scouting for Girls, The Script, Alphabeat and The Saturdays. U2, Oasis and even Britney Spears had all been mooted as being the first act to play the venue, so it comes as a surprise that promoters have opted for the Childline Concert.Priced at €40 each, Childline tickets went on sale yesterday. Since the first concert was held in 1997, Childline has benefited to the tune of €2.5m and the children’s charity is expected to receive €400,000 alone from the December 16th concert.According to a representative of the charity: “Childline would like to thank all parties involved with the concert including the artists, organisers and The O2 Dublin, who are generously giving their services and time free of charge on this historic opening night of the O2 arena.“Their involvement will contribute significantly to ensuring that every child who contacts Childline will be heard,” they added.
Clothing collections (5,342) Melanie May | 5 July 2016 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis18 Telephone fundraising (13,322) Tagged with: complaints Fundraising Standards Board Research / statistics Private site face-to- face (1,359) Doorstep face-to- face (8,497) Lotteries (1,094) The Fundraising Standards Board’s annual FRSB Complaints Report, published today (5th July), reveals that its member charities recorded a total of 66,814 complaints about charity fundraising last year, a 6% increase on 2014.The FRSB, which hands over its responsibilities to the new Fundraising Regulator this week, on 7th July, reveals in the report that 500 of the nation’s biggest fundraising charities are responsible for the large majority (98%) of both fundraising activities and complaints. Conversely, nine in ten small charities recorded no complaints about their fundraising. Six in ten complaints were generated by 1% of reporting charities (all with a voluntary income of £10 million and over).The most complained about methods of fundraising were addressed mail and telephone fundraising, accounting for 60% of all fundraising complaints. In addition, over a third (35%) of charity fundraising complaints were prompted by a general dislike of fundraising methods.Top 10 Fundraising Methods Prompting Complaint in 2015Addressed mail (27,089) Email fundraising (2,441) Commenting on the report, Stephen Dunmore, Acting Chief Executive of the Fundraising Regulator said:“Complaint monitoring is an important analytical tool to help regulators and fundraising practitioners alike understand where public concerns lie. As we pick up the reins for regulating charity fundraising later this week, we recognise the critical importance of identifying and addressing concerns from the public. This will remain a key focus for self-regulation of fundraising. Without that overview, charities cannot re-build public confidence in their work and restore trust in the way that essential funds are raised.”Peter Lewis, Chief Executive of the Institute of Fundraising, added:“2015 was a difficult year for fundraising and in response we have seen the sector taking rapid action to address the public concerns which came to light. These actions have set the sector on the right path. At the IoF, as part of our anticipated merger with the PFRA, we are about to launch a new service to help our members comply with the Code, and are further developing our extensive training programme to help raise fundraising standards further. It is also important to note that figures for the last year show that existing donors are choosing to continue to support the causes they care about.” Raffles (855)The report emphasises the need for charities to ensure that supporters’ views remain central to all future fundraising approaches.Andrew Hind, Chair of the Fundraising Standards Board, said:“While we must continually stress the essential need for charities to fundraise energetically and innovatively, charities must find ways to ensure that their fundraising approaches minimise any concern to the public. Fundraising should always be a positive experience that reflects the charity’s own values and the importance of its supporters. The public’s dislike of some fundraising methods highlights the need for charities to listen ever more carefully to supporter feedback and adapt their fundraising strategies in line with those views.” Advertisement FRSB reveals 66,814 charity fundraising complaints reported in 2015 Street face-to- face (1,033) Outdoor events (1,634) 187 total views, 3 views today About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. 188 total views, 4 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis18
Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Indiana, Fostering a Culture of Agriculture Innovation By Gary Truitt – Dec 13, 2015 SHARE Indiana, Fostering a Culture of Agriculture InnovationJulie Borlaug,The first of its kind conference held last week brought together Indiana’s top agriculture, technology, and life sciences leaders to discuss fostering a culture of agricultural innovation in our state. The Ag Biosciences Innovation Conference, sponsored by AgriNovus, was designed to bring very different players, from diverse sectors of the state, to collaborate on innovative ideas in agriculture. Keynote speaker at the event Julie Borlaug, granddaughter of Norman Borlaug, said it is vital that agriculture begin to interact with other industries and technologies to foster the kind of innovation we will need to increase food production, “We in agriculture spend a lot of time talking to ourselves, so it is great when an event like this brings together outside groups to focus on agricultural innovation.” She told HAT that a more holistic approach is needed to address the world’s food production problem.Borlaug said the kind of innovation that will increase food production will not come from within agriculture, but will be a collaborative effort with many different technologies, “It is going to take engineers, and robotics, and computer science, and many others to address the issues we face in agriculture.” She added that even biotechnology will need to embrace other sectors of the life sciences. Facebook Twitter Indiana, Fostering a Culture of Agriculture Innovation SHARE Ted McKinneyIndiana State Department of Agriculture director Ted McKinney said fostering a culture of agricultural innovation is a primary goal of Governor Pence and that this conference was the first step in making Indiana a Silicon Valley of agriculture, “AgriNovus took the first step and brought all the players together. We have to know what kind of resources we have.” AgriNovus executive director Beth Bechdol said the focus now will be identifying and recruiting the talent that will be needed to foster agricultural innovation in Indiana. Borlaug said one of the keys to getting the right talent is to get more young people interested in agriculture, “We have to show them that the innovation in agriculture is just as exciting as innovation in other sectors.” Previous articlePinching Pennies and Boosting Yields, Focus of Annual Farm Show Seminars This WeekNext articleMorning Outlook Gary Truitt
Paige Megyesi The 50,000 square foot building houses 58 roomsPhoto provided by RMH Linkedin TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Twitter Paige Megyesihttps://www.tcu360.com/author/paige-megyesi/ Primary election shows surge in voters for Democratic candidates $400 million to help improve Fort Worth over the next 5 years Welcome TCU Class of 2025 Paige Megyesihttps://www.tcu360.com/author/paige-megyesi/ Paige Megyesihttps://www.tcu360.com/author/paige-megyesi/ Previous articleA new dining option is rolling through the BLUUNext articleSGA and Faculty Senate work to make an honor code Paige Megyesi RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR printA change in fundraising tactics by a TCU sorority netted its philanthropy 35 times more in donations this year than last year’s effort.A cornhole tournament was hosted for greek organizations and non-greeks alike were encouraged to participate it.Alpha Delta Pi raised more than $14,000 this spring at ADPICNIC for Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth. This is 25 percent of the total amount the sorority raised between 2001 – 2016.The money raised helps pay for extra costs not covered by the Ronald McDonald House’s (RMH) current budget of $2.5 million.Grace Pecoraro, ADPi recruitment and marketing vice president, helped decide to change the event. She wanted to create a family-friendly philanthropic fundraiser.ADPi members sold tickets for food as well as had lawn games, music and face painting available for everyone who attended.“Overall, it’s a celebration for the Ronald McDonald House,” said Pecoraro.Various yard games were available to play at the event, including a ground piano, four in a row and cornhole.Pecoraro wanted to create a tailgate-esque event, in which they hosted outside the King Family Commons before the TCU vs. Baylor baseball game last Saturday.Peceraro said the event helped not only RMH, but the sorority bond too.“Having the philanthropy we have really helps brings our sisterhood together,” she said. “It helps create a sense of unity.”Brittany Gloria (far left), and Mardison Buckner (right, middle), members of RMH pose with ADPI members (from left to right) Daniella Hochhauser, Caroline Muller and Grace Tate.Brittany Gloria, a member of the young professional’s group that volunteers at the RMH house, said she was glad to see the turnout, despite the gloomy weather, and all the effort the ladies put into the RMH.“It’s so easy to get caught up in school and life,” Gloria said, “so it’s nice to see that they’re wanting to give back and help with other families in the DFW area.”Pecoraro said that ADPi members volunteer at the house about every other week. They play with children and serve meals to families staying at the house.Since its opening in 1981, the 55,000 square foot house has served as a lifeline for families of critically ill children who are hospitalized in the city. In 2016 alone, 947 families stayed at the Fort Worth House.The front lobby of Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth.Photo provided by RMHWhen families stay at the house, they are given food, a place to do laundry and a place to stay in one of their 58 rooms.What staff members and volunteers strive to show is that RMH is not just a building, but a home-away-from-home.“We really are a support structure for the families,” said Beth Lamb, chief marketing officer at Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth.Lamb said that everyone there works to create a stress reduced environment so that the families can focus more on the health of their child and not worry about some of the additional stresses of being away from home and the burdens it comes with, particularly the financial burden.At the end of each stay, families are asked to give a $20 donation per night that they stayed.One of the 58 rooms that families can stay in. Photo provided by RMHLamb says sometimes families can pay, but sometimes they can’t. But she adds that they work to never turn away families.Hannah Llach, communication coordinator for Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth, said working with all the families is such a rewarding experience.Llach, a TCU alum, said her family had volunteered at a RMH in Bakersfield, but it wasn’t until she started working at the house in Fort Worth she saw the real impact it made“Their gratitude for our staff, volunteers and donors is unmeasurable,” she said. “It’s given me a new perspective and purpose for my everyday life.”Lamb said she working at the house has taught her life lessons. She told one story about a five-year-old boy, who was battling cancer, running down the hall by her office saying “giddy-up Bullseye.”“He’s dealing with some of the hardest things in his life, and yet he’s infused with a joy,” she said. “And so if he can have that, then I certainly can. It teaches me to be strong.”Even though she is not on staff at RMH, first year ADPi member Marissa Wells, said she sees the impact it has on the community, as well as other members of ADPi.“We are a very diverse group, but one of the things we have in common is our passion for our philanthropy,” she said. “It’s just a lot of fun to be able to go and see and work with the people that you’re raising money for and just seeing the cause with your eyes makes such a huge difference.” TCU student lobbies Texas congressional delegation for foreign aid Primary election results signal changes for the Democratic Party + posts Paige Megyesi is a theatre and journalism double major at Texas Christian University, class of 2019. She is from a small town in eastern Texas, but Fort Worth feels like home. With the little free time she has, she loves to spend her time relaxing in Sherley Hall with her residents and fellow staff members. 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News Andrew Meldrum, local correspondent for the British newspaper The Guardian for the past 22 years, was taken by police to Harare airport today to beexpelled from the country. Reporters Without Borders protested against themove as “disgraceful and unacceptable.” November 27, 2020 Find out more The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa ZimbabweAfrica November 12, 2020 Find out more Zimbabwean court must free imprisoned journalist who is unwell Meldrum has been persistently harassed. He was arrested on 30 April with two journalists from the independent newspaper The Daily News. They were accused of publishing “falsehoods” and jailed for two days, before being freed provisionally. The High Court acquitted Meldrum on 15 July. Receive email alerts ZimbabweAfrica Help by sharing this information Follow the news on Zimbabwe Organisation to go further Zimbabwean journalist Hopewell Chin’ono denied bail News September 1, 2020 Find out more 19/05/03Meldrum was deported to Britain on 16 May when immigration officials forcedhim onto a late-night Air Zimbabwe flight to London. His lawyer, BeatriceMtetwa, had obtained a High Court order forbidding his immediate expulsion,but the officials brushed it aside and took him to the plane._______________________________________________________________16/05/03Reporters Without Borders condemned as “disgraceful” today’s attempt by the Zimbabwean government to expel American journalist Andrew Meldrum, correspondent for the British daily The Guardian. “For the past two years, the Zimbabwean government has tried to get rid of all foreign journalists working in the country,” said the organisation’s secretary-general Robert Ménard. “The bid to deport Meldrum is the latest disgraceful and unacceptable episode.”Meldrum, a permanent resident of the country who has been The Guardian’s correspondent there for the past 22 years, went to the immigration office in Harare this morning in response to a summons. He was told he was being deported and a police car took him to the airport to be put on a plane. His lawyer, Beatrice Mtetwa, said shortly afterwards she had obtained a court order blocking the deportation.”Zimbabwe is one of the most backward countries in Africa as far as press freedom is concerned and certainly the harshest towards the independent media,” Ménard said. “President Robert Mugabe and his information minister, Jonathan Moyo, do not tolerate criticism of them in the foreign press.”Mugabe is on the Reporters Without Borders worldwide list of 42 predators of press freedom.Immigration officials went to Meldrum’s house in Harare at night on 7 May but he was not at home. They refused to say what they wanted with him. His lawyer said that as soon as legal procedures were respected, he would be at the disposition of the legal authorities. On 13 May, an immigration official accused him of breaking the rules of his residency by writing about the political situation. Reports RSF_en May 19, 2003 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Journalist ordered to be deported News
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