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Fresh update on "ghana " discussed on 60-Second Science
"Walk in the woods after dark and you hear crickets chirping or frogs. Riveting joe never here unless you're traveling across the equator in the center of africa from liberia to uganda. This is the call of the tree. Hyrax a small furry mammal that looks like a cross between a groundhog and a ground squirrel minus the bushy tail. John oates a professor emeritus of anthropology at hunter. College says hyrax calls are like none other than most characteristic sound of the majority of tree. hyrax populations across of rain for a son of africa. Is that a loud. Repetitive has shrieking or screaming. Cry only here at night which inveterate certainly forest. If you've never had it for us is quite scary. Each species of tree hyrax has its own unique call. Due to their distinctive streets oats an international team of researchers discovered. A new species of the mammal in two thousand nine oats was on an expedition across nigeria in search of gala goes also known as bush. Babies here's a hyrax call like the ones oats and his colleagues heard in eastern nigeria. Just be warned. It sounds a lot like a human scream. But then when they got to western nigeria. They heard this at night instead. Says they knew instantly that they had a new species on their hands. Hearing the two cools in such close proximity in time when could immediately tell the difference they just had to prove it. Oats and colleagues analyzed the skulls of tree. Hyrax is from six museum collections. They found that. The hyrax is sampled from between the volta river in eastern ghana and the niger river in western nigeria had differently shaped snouts and inner nostrils from the species of higher axes to their east and west. Scientists looked at this fall just never happened to notice it. Went looking for differences may seem to be looking the similarities. Because everybody except that all these higher exists with the same next. They sent off samples of higher axes mostly collected from bushmeat markets to have their dna sequenced results from. This analysis confirmed their theory. The hyrax is living between those two rivers were genetically distinct. All that remained was to observe this new species in the wild. Oats says he and his team worked with local villagers to place camera traps strategically following up on something. Some villages told us they said those animals you're talking about. They live in in those rocks. Well tree hyrax is posted sleeping trees. So here's another intriguing. They captured footage of the mammals running around and named the new species after the area in which they were found inter fluvial viollis or between two rivers the discovery was published in the zoological journal of the linen society. There's an evolutionary reason why the new species lives where it does says the rivers on either side of its range. Provided a geographic barrier where the mammals could have evolved stirred. Oats says his collaborators are working on identifying more species unique to this region with the hope of making a stronger case for its conservation as a lot more to this england. Justice for little rabbits mama's ground talk like animal that makes strange noises in the middle of the knights area has one of the most intense human populations in africa as being a great deal of economic development old leading to forest habitats in destroyed as an alarming right. Some of us have been invoked de for for some time in trying to hold on to what remnants way can yet them declared as national parks wildlife reserves community conservation areas so that the vegetation and these special animals have a chance of surviving. Thanks for listening. For scientific american sixty seconds science i'm maddie..
Fresh update on "ghana " discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Up no stainless. No stainless all right. Yup that guy name. The uk go the uk guy but the lady oh saddam saddam ama- okay from ghana trained by dylan whites trainer eggs. Avi midler is good to see more women coming out in the boxing. Me you know is uh. I gotta agree with a michaela mayor Comments you may with a is reward interview. I were fight five. Espn the women's boxing. Especially with the class. You have now where we start to see a lot. More years is spread out between away classes true but they started lot closer in classes where feis can be made between a highly skilled Competitive women so. I look forward to the future box again as always say please make sure you push the thumbs up. Shed this every episode of the box voice podcast. This is t. v. For life in glen patriae as because you stope sat out the coach. Miami's and you hear me. Yes he's trying to forget about your boy man. Just cash ain't get the fight. You know what i mean. You thought his boiling the bat calling in anything but a listen you know. I thought that jan caches gunfight with coffee in washington. You know cash. Is he gone to the fight. You know coping. Wednesday might climb into ring. You know me in calling up who knows now but real talk. I did thought so. He did say that he is pulling up to the He got washington beating them by decision. Now hey you know you know. They've been sparring like watching for years. So i don't see him going against washington but yeah he got him by decision and.
Travel to Benin - Rachel Décoste
"Or wikipedia. Wants me to say benin. But i will defer to the guest here. I'd like to welcome to the show. Rachel day cost from year of return. Book dot com. And who has come to talk to us about the country of been in rachel. Welcome to the show. Happy to be here first of all. We're probably gonna need to put this on a map because some people are wildly googling right now in wikipedia where is the country have been in innocent a west africa the biggest countries nearby our nigeria and ghana. And why did you find yourself in banana in the first place. Let's start with that. I did a dna test years ago. I am african canadian. Meaning my ancestors. Came here as enslaved africans. We don't know where from and i thought. Dna tests would be a good way to find out where my origins were from. After i did the dna tests been in was one of the top countries along with togo. Nigeria the whole region. Really and then. I took a trip there for six months and been in was one of the five countries. I visited excellent. And why should someone go to in. What i loved about. Being in was that it was authentic in terms of it hasn't yet been too americanized to westernize is still wear the traditional clothes. Drink their traditional tease ethan traditional food and it really felt like you were transported back to a time. They've kept their culture almost intact. And that's why you would want to go to benin versus another country that might be more westernized. There's something authentic inorganic about banana. That is so heartwarming. Banana is a small country. As i recall. It's actually a smaller country in africa. But it's the same size approximately the same size of ohio. Which always surprises
Chase Elliott Wins Rain-Shortened NASCAR Cup Debut in Austin
"Hitting your system Askar Cup series raced in the rain but that change Sunday at circuit of the Americas as the cars took to the truck and drove to someone showers before downpour forced the race to be called fourteen left early on lap fifty four with chase Elliott in the lead a win is a win a big win today for our team for Chevrolet for Hendrick motor sports as a whole Kelly it's a milestone win was his first of the season eight hundred for Chevrolet and the two hundred and sixty eight for Hendrick motorsports putting the team tied with Richard Petty motor sports for the most wins ever in NASCAR finishing second was Kyle Larson would join the Ghana rounding out the top three Jerry Jordan Austin Texas
Interview With Yaa of Femmebnb
"So much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location and the name of your business. I my is y'all baraga. I am from canada but i. My background is ghanaian My current location right now is a stony creek about twenty minutes from toronto and the name of my business is being you are actually a junior talked to us about the original. Miss jaba dago. In ghana the original mistrial rago in ghana I would say that's it is my grandmother so my grandmother's name jaba arago That is was named after your actually means that a female on thursday in akon. I'm however i'm born on friday so my name is accessible via fia while when my dad needing to my grandmother. That's the name that i had to take so the name michael by is derogatory at some point in your professional career. Did you go by priscilla your middle name. Yes so i sent point in my actually my entire life. I went with priscilla. I never really embraced the name iago until recently. Priscilla is where where a lot of people that i grew up with. Actually know me by. So that's the name. My mom actually originally wanted to give me then. Of course my dad took over and down. That is why y'all virago has been my main sense. But i just recently started embracing that. And i feel like that's what people need to know me by. Now
"ghana " Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Ghana from Germany, everybody. London, Italy. They're all saying the same thing. We won't be able to breathe until you're able to breathe. Today We're able to breathe again, Ms. Gorman. I told you Wail get justice way Still, we're gonna fight for you to get way. Got a five day, everybody. Thank you all so much for just giving us this time because we're here. We're not going anywhere. And I wanna thank all the protesters. All the attorneys who stepped up all the activists who stepped up and many who think they're not activists, but advocates. Thank you all a man because justice for George means freedom fall all right now the centerpiece of the case, Of course, the excruciating bystander footage of Floyd gasping repeatedly. I can't breathe and onlookers yelling at show Vin to stop as he pressed his knee on or close to Floyd's neck for what authorities said was 9.5 minutes, including several minutes after Floyd's breathing. It stopped and he had no pulse. House Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday, devolving into a yelling match after Republican representative Jim Jordan interrupted representative Val Demings as she criticized an amendment put forward by House Republicans as she criticized proposed amendment to a hate crimes bill that would prevent police agencies from being defunded Now. NBC News noted that the bill itself does not have a provision. Taking away funds from police departments at Demings is a former Orlando police chief. She was addressing the Judiciary Committee when she said she wanted to make it clear that The proposal that proposed amendment is a relevant here is that exchange that was seen widely on the Internet is it went viral. Mr Chairman, I want to make it quite clear that this amendment is completely irrelevant. Served as a law enforcement officer for 27 years. It is a tough job. And good police officers deserve your support. You know, it's interesting to see my colleagues on the other side of the AL support the police when it is politically convenient to do so. Law enforcement officers risk their lives every day. They deserve better. And the American people just I have the floor, Mr Jordan.
Bowman denies Hamlin with swift late move at Richmond
"Alex Bowman overcame a pit road penalty for an uncontrolled tire to go on to take home the win at Richmond Raceway a first of the track for Hendrick motor sports since two thousand and eight back then seven time champion Jimmie Johnson put the forty eight in victory lane when Bowman was only fifteen years old Hammond said he never expected Bowman to drive away from him because you never saw him at the front of the field throughout the day join the Ghana would finish third while Christopher bell and Martin Truex junior would round out the top five respectively I'm Jerry Jordan
COVID-19 vaccine reaches world's far corners
"More than one. Hundred countries and economies have now received cave nineteen vaccines through the un partnered equitable corona virus. Busting scheme kovacs. The first delivery of life saving jobs arrived in ghana on the twenty fourth of february announcing the news on thursday the world health organization. Who said that more than thirty. Eight million doses of astrazeneca fire and serum institute of india have being transported globally. So far the aim is to deliver at least two billion doses of vaccines in two thousand and twenty one. In particular to developing countries. The development comes as who and other health regulators reaffirmed the overwhelming value of the astra zeneca or a covid nineteen vaccine amid ongoing concerns about clotting events among a very small number. You've had the job in statements on wednesday evening. Who's global advisory committee on vaccine safety. The european medicines agency and the uk's regulator or concluded that the benefits of taking the vaccine outweigh the very rare potential risks more than one hundred ninety million doses of the astros. Zenica vaccine have been administered today but only one hundred eighty. Two cases of clotting have been reported. Who said as it advised countries to continue to vaccinate with the as at vaccine not that it had saved millions of lives and prevented serious illness
COVAX Reaches Over 100 Economies, 42 Days After First International Delivery
"Than one hundred countries and economies have now received covid nineteen vaccines through the un partnered equitable corona virus. Busting scheme kovacs. The first delivery of life saving jobs arrived in ghana on the twenty four of february announcing the news on thursday the un world health organization. Who said the more than thirty eight million doses of astrazeneca pfizer biotech and serum institute of india had been transported globally so far kovacs aims to supply vaccines to all those requested them. In the first half of this year the development comes as who and other health regulators reaffirmed the overwhelming value of the astra zeneca or as ed covid nineteen vaccine amid ongoing concerns about clotting events among a very small number had the job in statements on wednesday evening the. Who's global advisory committee on vaccine safety. The european medicines agency and the uk's regulator all concluded that the benefits of taking the vaccine outweigh the very rare potential risks. More than one hundred and nine hundred million doses of the astra zeneca vaccine have been administered. Todate but only one hundred eighty two cases of clotting have been reported. Who said its advice to countries to continue to vaccinate with the as at vaccine noting that it has saved millions of lives and prevented serious illness
Being gay in Ghana: LGBT community is 'under attack'
"The world now to West Africa and Gamma. That nation has long been look to as a beacon of stability on the African continent. Ghana was the first sub Saharan country to gain independence. Gonna instill pride themselves on their freedoms. But that liberty isn't afforded to everyone Consider the LGBT Q community there. Recently, Public acts of homophobia in Ghana have pushed LGBT Q gun and into the national spotlight. World's Bianca Hillier reports January 31st was supposed to be the start of something new and Ghana How crazy it was opening ceremony for the country's first ever LGBTQ center. Alex Dong core is the director of LGBT Plus Rights, Ghana, the organization running the space. Way wish to create a peaceful ourselves as a movement to be able to sit down and strategize and mobilize and quartered needs be sources. Honors. LGBTQ community has a history of fighting for freedom. But most of this organizing has been done online for security reasons. So this physical space in across signaled new opportunities, but it didn't last long. Moses fall moaning, heads up Ghana's National Coalition for proper sexual rights and family values and quickly put up a fight the presidency and the minister of foreign affairs and the RGB have every right to investigate the setting up of that office to close it down immediately and arrest and prosecute those people involved in it. In the weeks following the LGBT Q Center's opening Fella moaning led a campaign to shut down the space. Archbishop Philip Nama, president of the Ghana Catholic Bishopsconference quickly echoed the stands on local television. This practice is completely foreign to our Ghanaian culture. And the law should be friend and such a way that It is punishable in a very
Making Medical Deliveries by Drone is Solvable
"Explain to me how it works in other words. There's a there's a nurse who sees that. She needs a particular blood product in rural tanzania. Does she pick up a phone and call. Someone is the How does the system work. And how is it that the drones are ready to go and are they. Are they in some kind of medical base to start with. What does the system look like. Although there's a lot of complicated technology behind the service that we provide the experience of this service that solve is extremely simple which is essentially a push a button on a phone. Get the medical product that you need to save a patient's life delivered to your gps coordinates. There's no training really required for nurses or doctors health workers. They can place orders in a number of different ways other van online form or by calling the phone number or also by using what's up what's up actually winds up being incredibly reliable kind of infrastructure In in a lot of these countries and so any nurse or doctor health worker complacent order all of the complexity of you know autonomous aircraft and like getting regulatory approval and knowing how to do safety and maintenance et cetera is kind of handled in the background. They'll get a text message. Saying thanks for letting us know order has been dispatched. It is twenty four minutes away and then much like using ridesharing. they'll get a tax when it saying. Hey the products one minute away. Please step outside. it's gonna be delivered in turmoil. Box and the drones. Really move fast enough to make this work. Yeah so the juicy simple technologies blind builds distribution centers and the aircraft themselves we employ teams of engineers operators at each distribution center on each distribution center can serve around twenty thousand square kilometers or something. Like eight thousand square miles Which is typically between two ten million people so for example we cover the whole country. Wanda to distribution centers cover the country of ghana with about eight. That's where we store. Inventory of medical products and then each distribution center will serve around two hundred to four hundred primary care facilities in hospitals and each of those facilities is getting a delivery often several times a day sometimes several times a week depending on the size of the facility would essentially teleportation. It means that now it's possible to teleport products from central place out to all these different places where patients may need something. The benefit of having teleportation like service for national health care systems is that they can dramatically improve access particularly for renewable populations. They can reduce waste. Because you're sending less stuff out the last mile and before it's actually needed by patient and finally you can actually increase the diversity of the products that are available at prior carefully so it makes it possible to treat patients closer where they live
Yaa Gyasi Discusses Her Latest Book, Transcendent Kingdom
"Was born in ghana amazed in huntsville alabama process novel. Going was a sunday times bestseller. The national book critics circle award for best first novel and was shortlisted for the pen. Robert w bingham prize for fiction. Twenty seventeen she was selected as one of granta's best young american novelists and in two thousand nineteen the bbc's elected her debut is one of the hundred novels that shape. Our world and latest novel is transcendent kingdom. And that's what we're going to talk about today. Y'all welcome to little atoms. Thank you thanks for having me. Tell me festival how you would describe this novel. So transcendent kingdom is about a woman named gifty who is completing a phd At stanford and neuroscience and she studies phenomenon called neural circuitry of reward seeking behavior which for lay people just means that she said he's things like addiction and depression and it's at a time in her life when her own mother who is quite depressed has come to stay with her so she finds herself taking care of her mother while also doing this research while also reflecting on her childhood particularly the circumstances that led up to her beloved older brothers passing from an opioid overdose and sets a book about Family about mother daughter relationships about immigration about religion and about science knows your debut. Homegoing was a a historical epic a sprawling multigenerational story. This one. obviously as you've just described it covers some big issues big ideas in it but it's focused down on a one single family and indeed a family. That's getting smaller not getting larger year. It never it didn't really feel like a conscious choice and from the beginning of transcendent kingdom. It just seemed like a more intimate story like a smaller canvas. In that way. I wanted to focus on the way that trauma works in a family Which is a theme homegoing as well But in this case it was a much smaller and lay. It just felt natural. I think so much of transcendent. Them is about the ways that isolation has affected this one woman gifted life and in order to kind of capture that isolation loneliness a needed the i needed the smaller scale Gifted just isn't a character. Who has this kind of abundant family life. Her family moves to the states before she's born and once they get here they're kind of cut off from the larger extended family ongoing obviously had characters who were also cut off from family. But i feel like the point of that book was to kind of showed this broader family to show the family tree in its fullness to see the way that these cutoffs impact the individual Transcendent kingdom were just starting with the single branch and that set so gifty as you said. She's a nervous scientist. He's on on a day carrying out a particular experiments and this is a real thing. Tell us what it is. She's doing and where where this came for. You used it in the book share and so years conducting this experiment. While i think i call it in the book like a behavioral testing chamber Basically she puts mice into this chamber that she's created and she trains the mice to press a lever for a word in this case. It's like a chocolate milk drink when they pressed the lever the milk floods into the straw. They're all excited. And then after some time she changes conditions so sometimes when they press the lever they get the drink and other times when they pressed the lever. They get a mild foot shock instead. And there's no pattern to it. So the mice never figure out when or why beat shocks happening And what she discovers is that some of the mice stop pressing leper but others. Don't stop those mice. The who are effectively addicted to drink are the ones that she uses to study the neural pathways that are involved in addiction. in a a came to this Research via my own best friend. Her name is tina ken. She is a a neuroscientist herself. And when i started writing this book we were both living in california as she was finishing up her. Phd at stanford. I should mention. She's a friend from childhood so just kind of random that she ended up at stanford which is my my own alma mater But at any rate she was finishing her. Phd bear and around that time she had a major paper published that i wanted to read I thought that i understood what she did. But while i tried and failed to read the paper. I realized that i had no idea what she did And so. I just kind of asked if she would allow me to shadow her and her lab at that point. I didn't really know that. I was writing a book just kind of wanted to get a better understanding of research And thankfully and graciously she said yes. And so i spent the day with her and The day i went she was performing this surgery on her mice. That detail in the opening pages transcendent kingdom. And i just found it. So fascinating. Counter research fascinating. The whole process was unlike anything. Obviously that i ever spend my day thinking about. And i found that those places where your own curiosity is sparks places that feel incredibly different but also for tile are the best places to lean into for for creative worth so it felt natural to want to know more. It felt natural to to try to think about it to fiction so
"ghana " Discussed on We In This Hoe Podcast
"We happy sixty four. Got into the eh day sat outside. I'll shout out to the homeland. He'll take your home of no. No no no. Yeah but i mean that's the virus that actually. That's what you're gonna be doing. We're gonna make moves. The weather's perfect. You know it was just a good a good day so far man. Yeah so all right so we're back. Welcome to we in this whole podcast. I am one third of your humble and gracious host. My name is l. Be easy okay. So the right we have been a clockwork. You know she would be basically. Jk travel bay beginning osmond schilling. You know i'm going to mexico that'd be all you'd be making moves of our work. Okay i want. The first park has got a little gig. So i'm like yo. I gotta try out. So that's where i bought. They sent me to a puerto dry yourself with you. I can his only beef when you found out what. Esl so traumatizing. Get some therapy for the no. No business in there were physically. Take us out of class. Y'all don't need to learn language arts. Get over here like what's oh if we speaking tree at home auto time. You know what i'm saying like that's the only thing they wouldn't even talk like we were learning it but it wasn't like i was learning tree in be not only be able to speak english. They even do like a some sort of testing thriving. How who hector. That'd be man so low key learn from them. Are spanish too little bitty nosy eisenhower is okay. So we started up episode By saying that today is ghana independence day. So how many years six. Before for six all right. So do you have any plans to celebrate some light. you know. we're we're going to step out. You know what i'm saying. We're going to try to keep a covert friendly. Addison.
CDL Talk with Danny Martin CEO of Esposure
"I feel like we haven't talked about cod at all. Maybe apart from week one we've touched on it but here we are. it's it's major stage one. We're already a fifth of the way through. Yeah it's crazy is is just gone by so fast in it. At least it's kind of for the most part always ghana's expected you know there's not very many surprises in the league right now so if you're just tuning in and playing some ketchup. The standings are kind of what we thought they would be at the moment. Ed my guests is tim. They stay this way. Most of the year you know like it. We know who the best teams are. A lot of. These teams have carried over from last year. And we're seeing them shine again this year. A few disappointments sprinkled in though. I think it's safe to say especially from our preseason kind of chat right our preseason predictions anyways florida one in four after defeating phase in week. One a little shocking like i. You know maybe it's just more of a hangover from last year that i think it's shocking because the team is at the same team as it was last year So quite even if it was the same team they over performed in my eyes last year. Yeah we would probably weren't going to get those same results with that same squad now with the new squad you know. They're going to probably be fine chances. Are they move up into the top eight and get a chance to play with the big boys at the end of the day but Yeah i mean. I think even toronto electronic try probably a little higher on going into the year thinking that they they won the last group stage or whatever. It was whatever it was called last year for. Cdl you know. They won the last group stage heading into champs and thought they would. You would see them. Take that next jump. We really haven't seen that unfortunately from them but again so so much time left. You know they did win today so they are at least moving onto round two of losers here and Staying alive so maybe they're so little hope form in this tournament. But i you know they would be a little bit of a disappointment for me up until now
"Get started with. I think this person or this story broke during the summer. it's kinda hard to tell now with the pandemic. what time is like but one other prominent ones that i remember seeing that wino- was flooding. Our timeline was the story of jessica. Craig aka or formerly known as jess la. Barletta cringe already awesome early known formerly known best. I'm about that. Let's get started. Let's talk about her. Yes so this woman has allegedly and apparently apparently been taking on different like black and afro sport identities throughout her life. She's an a professor or was a professor and academic where george washington university and university teaching. You know black studies are afrikaner studies and publishing books but at some point she were shifting from being in a north african to being african american and then being afro latin next sand after boaty gua was i think the final landing place for her her official forum her final warm so jessica. Krog just aka justifiable maleta hers combination of black fishing and being a fake tina at the same time and She got called out basically rightfully so rightfully so by a group of professors who are after latina's who had issues with her they were witness to or on the receiving end of like aggression from her and like prejudice and bad behavior while she was masquerading as after let nine different contexts. Apparently being super like belligerent towards black women in my on cool and really I think overcompensating and so trying to be an ex sorted extreme caricature of like this south bronx like her. Allegedly her mother was like a drug addicts prostitutes like this narrative that should created about herself so black women in the academy you know began talking about these different experiences and came forward and said This is not right. Yeah she was definitely performing like whoa kness being extreme radical like it was very performative. She was a published academic author and she also received a ton of accolades rice. She received she was a finalist. For the twenty twenty frederick douglass prize book prize presented by yale's gilder lehrman center the study of slavery resistance and abolition. She also was nominated or a finalist for the twenty thousand nine. Harriet tubman book prize and just received a ton of accolades has really been propelled or was propelled forward and questionably hired because of not solely for her identity. But because of the work she was doing and also the way. She positioned herself as offer latino or body gua and it's very cringe to think about all of the opportunities she stole from actual author. Latinas boras caribbean women. That are doing if not the same work or better work you know. And so it's that was probably one of the first ones that we saw. And then i think it kind of just opened up the floodgates for a lot of others than i don't know about you ma. But in my chicano studies department at uc santa barbara. There were a couple of fake denies that i will not name. They were not. They weren't anyone that i took like. I didn't take any classes with them but they were around. People talked about them. People knew like this person is very white claims this this cheek. Ghana mohican identity. You know is wide. Skin blue is performing she gun. You know some kind of ghana identity wearing that. I had because with the free that carlo ecstatic the whole thing right and it's like you like i they weren't. They were my peers. I was a student right. But i have friends that were graduate students. And they would tell me about these. Things happen. And in their cohort or in their in their seminars. And so you know. I think if if you've been in academia right. I haven't been to grad school. But i was an undergrad but i've i've definitely seen the fake tina's around so they definitely exists and i think this one opened the floodgates for a ton of
African countries take delivery of latest COVAX vaccine shipment
"Health workers in Ivory Coast will be the first to receive doses of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine as part of the International Kovacs scheme targeting some of the world's poorest countries. Neighboring Ghana is due to start his Kovacs vaccination program on Tuesday. Namie grimly reports Cave axes the biggest vaccine procurement plan in human history. It's struggled in the international scramble for vaccines and his face criticism for being too slow to start its rollout. Some countries have looked elsewhere in the interim to boost supplies through bilateral deals. The World Health Organization described the rollout as an important first step towards achieving vaccine equity. But it added it was still only the beginning.
How Effective Is The COVAX Scheme?
"The vaccination program in britain is by accounts going extremely well. The country's ordered four hundred and fifty seven million doses of the job or enough to dose the population. Three point six times over. So what happens to the surplus until the world is protected against the virus there is little hope of eradicating karuna. Well this is where the kovacs scheme comes in led by the world health organization it also involves the global vaccine alliance gavi and the coalition for epidemic preparedness innovations and hopes to deliver more than two billion doses. Two people one hundred ninety countries in less than a year. China and russia are also racing to provide inoculations but is this altruism or a soft power push men will martin is medical innovation and policy advisor at msf's access campaign and joins me on the line. Now man will thanks for coming on. We're seeing this program begins to roll out. Globally garner has become the first to receive vaccinations through kovacs. But how effective is the scheme proving so far. Good morning So so far. It is delivering doses as you save the i also have been delivered to ghana however it is only delivering thus far vaccines of two different manufacturers. One of pfizer and one of his of astrazeneca and so far the numbers are quite limited. It has not yet secured enough doses in binding agreements to come through on. Its promise to deliver two billion doses of kobe. Vaccine's towards partners people are countries that are participating in colfax and also. Another big problem is that it's been incredibly transparent about the way that it signs deals. We don't know the prices that have been paid for these vaccines and we also don't know what what kind of concessions these agreements have come between. Gabby which is negotiating partner. Go backs and pharmaceutical industry. Who's at fault. Here is rich. Western countries hoarding or the venue vaccine manufacturers themselves. I think it's a bit of both so obviously the country's securing large volumes of doses to vaccinate as you've said multiple times their population is a big part of the problem but the other problem is also that pharmaceutical companies have been willing to sign. These deals when could imagine a different scenario where pharmaceutical companies prioritized deals with the kovacs acidity over signing bilateral deals with countries precisely because it's a pandemic and because global solidarity the only way we're going to get out of this. I mean britain. You have pledged to give their surplus supplies with that plug the hole so far what i have seen has have only been commitments to donate some doses once. They've reached a certain threshold. I think the you is aiming to back. Say seventy percent of its population by summer britain. Somewhere close to seventy five percent. And i mean let's just be clear what that means that means that in these countries low risk young individuals will be back soon aged for many developing countries can even max innate just their healthcare workers in their elderly the truly. They're at risk. The other problem that we're seeing is and is that a vaccine in particular the oxford astrazeneca vaccines that these countries have bought are now sitting around not being used. Because people fear that they're not as effective as they should be so with these stockpiles. Just sitting around. I really fear that they may actually go out of date before there used and that would really be a shame when there's so much need in the developing
Covax Program Ships First Covid Vaccines to Ghana
"Received the world's first delivery of corona virus vaccine from the united nations backed kovacs initiative on wednesday the long-awaited start for a program. That has thus far fallen short of hopes that it would ensure shots were given quickly to the world's most vulnerable people the arrival of six hundred thousand doses of the astrazeneca vaccine in the west african country marks the beginning of the largest vaccine procurement and supply operation in history according to the world health organization and unicef it is a linchpin of efforts to bring the pandemic to an end and has been hailed as the first time. The world has delivered a highly sought after vaccine to poor countries during an ongoing outbreak.
Ghana Becomes 1st Country To Get COVAX Vaccine Doses
"Was a milestone day and the ambition effort to get two billion doses of vaccine to the developing world. Cynthia mcfadden with it. It's called the margin logistical undertaking in history in the wee hours of this morning it finally began today. We're in ghana. And this is really a historic moment. As six hundred thousand doses of the astra zeneca vaccine arrived in the african nation. The first vaccine to be delivered as part of a msa effort led by the world health organization and unicef called kovacs to send at least two billion doses of vaccine to the world's poorest nations if one country is left unvaccinated this disease will bounce back and forth. The vaccine was shipped directly from the largest vaccine manufacturer in the world. in india. In each of the kovacs countries healthcare workers will be the first to be inaugurated. Hundreds of thousands of syringes also arrived in ghana ship from a massive unicef warehouse in dubai. Meanwhile overnight one hundred thousand syringes arrived in the maldives which will soon get their vaccine allotment. Certainly a down payment on hope but consider this so far about two hundred million. Vaccines have been administered. But nearly half of those two only two countries china and the us leaves more than one hundred countries that haven't administered a single
COVID-19 vaccine doses shipped by the COVAX Facility head to Ghana, marking beginning of global rollout
"Doses of Corona virus vaccines provided by a U. S backed international program have been delivered. The first delivery of covert 19 vaccines to the African country of Ghana arrived today via the U. S Back WH Ose linked Kovacs International vaccination sharing program. 600,000 doses were delivered the first of two billion vaccines set to be Ever this year to over 90 developing countries, experts say. Without the whole world vaccinated against Cove it all countries will remain at risk. China and Russia have already been distributing their own vaccines, toe dozens of countries around the world in their bid to curry favor and gain sway with needy governments and people.
Historic first as COVAX COVID vaccines reach Ghana
"Six hundred thousand doses of life-saving covid nineteen vaccine from the un partnered kovacs initiative have arrived in ghana marking a historic first for the international equitable inoculation effort confirming the news on wednesday the world health organization. Who said that. Further supplies of the astrazeneca. Oxford job will reach cote d'ivoire later this week. These are the first coronavirus shots from kovacs scheme to be distributed outside. India with a vaccine is being produced under licence. Further supplies will be shipped to the other members as the global rollout gathers pace when readiness criteria have been met and the doses produced tedros adhanom ghebreyesus director general of the u. n. health agency welcome development along with kovacs partners gavi the vaccine alliance and the coalition for epidemic preparedness innovations or seppi but tedros insisted that there was still a lot of work to do to secure support for the world health organization goal of giving the vaccine to all health workers and all the people in the first one hundred days of the year in order for new coronavirus doses to be delivered to kovacs participants. The criteria which need to be fulfilled include confirmation of national regulatory authorizations for the vaccine in question national vaccination plans and export and import licences.
New Law Changes With Tom Black
"Hello and welcome to your retirement solution with tom. Black good morning tom. How're ya. I am doing great. It is a beautiful day with lots of opportunity absolutely happy new year by the way. This is our first recording. You and i in the in twenty twenty one. Yeah it's going to be Should be really interesting year. I we it has to be different. I don't know better but it has to be something has to change. I'm i'm really hoping for better and speaking of changes you're talking about that today a little bit. We're going to talk a little bit today about Proposed changes under the new administration and things that people ought to be thinking about nassir panicking about yet but just thinking about because of the lightning what we could see some changes dealing with the last couple of years all right and what kind of changes are we talking about specifically today. Well there's there's kind of a basset of multiple different ones. We've you may or may not have heard about the we're going to be seen some increases in taxes or some individuals and some of that depends on what happens with the so called trump tax break of twenty eighteen. One of the things have benefited everybody. That was included in there was a was the twelve percent tax bracket and that's been really beneficial to absolutely everybody who pays taxes and they're talking about on reversing those trump those tax bills. Which would mean that all of us. Potentially you know three percent more in taxes. Ghana still up on. These things are all in the air. But that's one of the first things we look at. We started talking about. How is this going to affect all of our clients in general or just individuals in general taxes. And that's the first thing that i was thinking about the other. Now that we know where georgia falls is that we could potentially be seeing other attached changes that can affect how you've been planning for your retirement or for the passing of your assets the next generation one of the ones that i am most interested in keeping an eye on for our clients is somewhat People either they've heard about it. They have no idea how this works. And it's called a step up in basis that you heard of this before i have but i don't quite understand all of it okay. So let's start with that with the basic idea. Let's say that Your parents bought calf dozen stocks in the sixties. And and they've held them ever since then. Well if your parents died in leave you those stocks you might be able you would be able to today. Turn around and sell those and pay no taxes on the gain you know. Maybe it's a million dollars with the gains okay. Yeah yeah yeah so i. If my parents were to sell them they'd have to pay yet. But if i if i inherit them then i don't that's correct. Well okay. that sounds good basis and you imagine people who are retired been retired for a while. who have some of these positions stock positions. If up well hail hold onto it. And if i die owning my kids will have to pay taxes on part of their narrates not a bad strategy. If you didn't need the money yeah problem now is all we're doing now is kicking the can down the road because if that does get refilled and that is really high on the list That can change. How you're going. You know how you plan on passing those assets so the kids. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah yeah and i was gonna say it seems to be almost a double edged sword there. Because if you're saying that they may change that and then if i in twenty years let's say i passed these stocks down to my kids and they have to pay taxes on them. We've we've already kind of seen the writing on the wall. That taxes are most likely going to be higher because we have to pay for all the debt that happened this last year with kobe. The relief and everything else in the trillions and trillions and trillions of dollars so that really changes the game not only does it bring those taxes back it. they'll probably higher. Don't you think absolutely. Oh boy i had this conversation with one of my clients In december and and in that situation they had About two million dollars in capital gains. And what was trying to get him. Understand was the taxes weren't going to get any cheaper and and we were better off to take the beating at which is approximately twenty four for them would have been about twenty four percent in taxes taxes any real by the stocks back but if pay taxes on it because it won't be cheaper in four years to pay the taxes mondo stocks if the gains continued to go. So it's it's a lot more complex than than just the the idea that you're right. It's going to get more experience so we know it is. It has to yeah not even last year. I mean we've been we've been spending money like drunken sailors for
"ghana " Discussed on Bad To The Dad
"To make sure it was legit that I was not going to be forking over $200,000 to a prince from Ghana who is good a loaner that money so he can buy a house, you know, the old emails he does. So I think those are my. Either way. I mean, you've got quite a following and clearly you've made a difference through this this organization not it's been an amazing experience and know and I go over there get back in there ten times and I see these children that I've seen grow up and you know jump in my arms. They call me Daddy. It's pretty it's pretty amazing. I feel very fortunate. We have not just your own biological children, but you've pretty much adopted actually. That's a that's Bob is adopted Village right. This story. So I built a school for a village in a Victorian. It's a six-room school and they wanted me to add a few more classes, but I'm really now concentrate on long-term care of the kids. So I'm talking to the Village. We're having a whole ceremony in there. They were trying to get me build another building and I said to them, you know, my focus is in rescue right now. I have a hundred, you know have a hundred children in Ghana and they all started applauding and cheering cuz they took it that I had fathered a hundred children aged, you know, great dad when you go from King to God exactly some corrections. Yeah. Yeah. What I'm finding interesting is, you know what I know about the geopolitical situation Africa is is not much. Yeah, but I've always thought that Ghana was one of these more democratically embracing countries in Africa not like Somalia Sudan even one of the more obscure dictatorships like Chad, you know, the nation of Chad. I thought we always had pretty good relations with gun and I thought they had very well. And sensibilities so was you know, I was surprised to hear this. Well, first of all trafficking is in every country in the world people trafficked in the world today than ever before something like thirty-six million.
"ghana " Discussed on E tu yalli
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"ghana " Discussed on E tu yalli
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"ghana " Discussed on E tu yalli
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"ghana " Discussed on The Secret Adventures of Black People
"Killed Preamble. Three. Hello, and welcome to the Secret Adventures of black people I'm your host Nicole. Hell. Father. We will make three. It's not hard to be black. That's one of my favorite non optional things about myself. It's just hard to deal. With other people's feelings about me being black. When it gets too, annoying Too. Heavy. Like lately. I like to dream. Of Africa. The most cliche dream you can have as a black person escaping to the motherland. Because out there, there are whole country an entire continent. Full of people that looked like me. Where so many people were born my color. Nobody has any feelings about The. Only thing that's hard about the Spanish though is that I have so little to go on. I never been to the continent but I was taught wasn't true and what I see most often the beautiful savannah's the crowded markets tribal celebrations. Gorgeous. But it doesn't say much about what it's like day to day. I need a little snapshots of life and Africa's stories that are small enough ability. And storytellers know what they're talking about. Two of the very best for Ryan Cooper. And Chat with Bozeman. Painted the African Kingdom of my American dreams with people that felt like cousin struggles and triumphs I know so well, Warrior women I wanted to be. And Beyond the his throne May he rest in? Come. I read everything about making Black Panther when it came out and I learned how they relied on African storytellers to build their fantasy of Kanda. So I followed in their footsteps. In parts of West Africa, these storytellers called Gross. They put on these live performances where everyone will gather around outside and the grill the storyteller will stand in the middle of a circle. And they'll tell stories that path along values and traditions. The people understand the context that they've been born into. Their world builders. PUT US FLASHING This summer. I don't eat drink red wine I'm like I don't WanNa get grunk com. Yes when they get, he got knows. I went out and I found my own grill y'all okay. So we weren't in Africa. We were in Maryland in her den. And there was no crowd just a breathless me hanging on every word but in her husband watching TV in the other room still she gave me the stories I replay whenever I need to escape to the continent. My Name. Is Fiona. So the first trip that comes mayes the trip that. I took back to Ghana and Brandon with me when he was thirteen, my son who's twenty one now. And he never been to Africa I had not returned to Ghana since I was fifteen. WHOA. So it was incredible and we got we stay with my uncle who's I guess kind of you know well off, he started his own restaurant has a beautiful place in cry. In the city and They were very accommodating waited on his literally hand and forms a little strange because he had like cokes and maids, and all I'm like, no I can do. My own dishes. But it was the whole family experience making the connections just having people come to the house saying, Oh, I used to babysit you. Remember your parents and then we rented this big SUV gotta drive when into the townships other little villages. Wow and it was just fantastic eating just going to the beach every day together fish that people are just called the cleaning for you want. They'll cook right there and they had all these different sauces and. Like food from childhood that? Like I, Say I was. Already might. Foley's something had not since I was fifteen years old why? As soon as I tasted the JAG remembered how good it was. Just sitting there and having conversations and people just telling stories and I think that's what. Do. Repeat stories to the young ones the young ones repeat it to other kids drove. We drove from. Accra. Kumasi to tack Righty so I'll explain how that works here. Is, the city again is the capital. So that's where my brother and I went to boarding school for my two sisters were born. Blind. and. That's you know there's a seaport there. That's why my uncle's house is is very modern. Cry Has a mole hasn't McDonald's has a place called Frankie's pizzas. Wonder who has All the rich exc patriots that have come back for me living in America England Switzerland. They got these the mansions is a little bit obnoxious because then they call some very poor people as well. It's all happening when the government is. So you drive from our cry, which is also you know neither see and then this temer. Is Support. Right Tancredi is Tama and all these big freights coming big ships where they get their goods delivered. Right. Provisions and things from overseas because they get, they rely a lot on ex expose company. So my mom made sure that we went to see ships coming in and we remembered all of this new liberty once back once I was stuck, I remember driving in a my dad's Lori and we'll go more pick up like goals provision for the we call the month is like your name is on some bill of Laden you have to sign. And this was before Internet and all that amazing my cell phone we live. I remember my parents will get a phone call and the Telegraph go pick up the food. But I like the music by everywhere you go like a certain time. You know in the night by six PM people be sitting under the the palm trees and just. Play Music Really, and then people started and see a humid these lines and then they'll put. The, CD's on all the whatever they have everything. You know spotify wherever you want, but they'll mix it with a local radio. So it was it was Byu to the experience was just. I don't know captivating in the sense that he just it was almost like I was living in a dream, but it was real.
"ghana " Discussed on 1A
"Com slash safety. Hi I'm a new Rhody and I am the new host of NPR's Ted Radio Hour. I am so excited because we are working on. A bunch of new amazing episodes were exploring big ideas about reinvention making amends and the psychological effects of climate change our first show drops March thirteenth. Please join me. This is one A. Returning now to our conversation with Jacqueline Woodson and her year of return experiences Jacqueline you write about how you experienced a kind of double consciousness. While they're belonging at at the same time not belonging and I think you started to allude to this a little bit a minute or two ago. What does that feel like to you is is that feeling? That that you feel can be reconciled. Yes I think it is. I think it is feeling I have here in this country right. I am of this place you know I. I'm from this place but I really I'm in this place but my I of this place I don't know I'm very American in so many ways and in so many ways. Not You know the same with New York. I grew up in the south until I was seven. And so those imprinting years. I'm very southern so I feel kind of outside in New York all the time and so getting to Ghana and seeing everyone who is my complexion Or darker or a slightly lighter Walking like ideal you know our language the way we speak is different but the openness is the same feeling very southern to me And then it not being my place. Right it. It's kind of For me in the end it did feel like yes. This this is this is how I will always walk the world and yeah in more than one place. Talk a little bit more about that. That two feet in two places or feet in multiple places feeling because it's fascinating you know it's a it's a it's it's at once Kind of A. It's a gift right when you look at it. Positively if I didn't have feet in so many world I wouldn't have been able to write thirty two books. I mean you know it's it's kind of it. It's what bills empathy is how we begin to understand And at the same time I do wonder what it would be like to exist solely in one place in one body as one being and that's never been the case for me So so going to Africa. I didn't go to Ghana. I didn't feel like I was going to be completely outside of simply by the color of my skin I knew that some part of me was going to have a belonging there But I didn't know that I would at the same time feel This outsider ness and where the outsider would play out. It played out You know of course in economics. It played out in language. I feel like I can't I played out. I moved differently than a lot of African women even though my daughter moves like the African women so that was all very interesting to me. Will you said that there isn't enough space in the New York? Times travel section to to capture the enormity of this experience. I hope we've gotten closer in this time we've spent together On the air. But if you could go down a road that you haven't explored yet in writing about your trip to Ghana or your children's experience or your experience with your partner I don't know of. What do you think that would be I think I would. I would want to go down the road of my children who identify as black and biracial right. You know. They always say we're black and Biracial to to make sure both of those parts of themselves are are acknowledged. And what does it mean to be black and Biracial in Ghana What it mean to be completely immersed in an African culture for say five years ten years. What would that look like for them? I think there are so many roads and I also think I want to hear other voices I wanNA. There's so much room to write about this to write about our experiences. As African Americans Caribbean Americans and as Africans So so I have the roads that I would like to explore but I also am always so interested in the voices of other writers telling these stories. We've talked on this show before about how American journalistic views of Africa can be so very narrow you mentioned before the idea that Africa's one thing of course it isn't. This sounds like an opportunity to broaden that perspective make it even more granular than before to get more voices talking about the personal experiences visiting Africa exactly. Well we talked a little bit earlier about what you really wanted to get out of. This trip was some truth. I I suppose that's what writers are always looking for whether they're fiction or nonfiction writers. At least I hope so. I think the truth ultimately is what you're looking for do you. Do you think you got it. I think I got some of the truth. I think there are many of them and I think each time I go back. I'll get some more but for me. I feel like the truth that I got was that I am of that place to and And that matters that that I can go there. And and even with the sense of belonging I felt to also feel that sense of belonging and next time to go and explore what that truth means and how that truth manifest with more time there with knowing more people with doing more stuff So yeah you're it's you know I think as writers we're constantly searching for the truth that matter to us and by extension matter to a greater good in a bigger world and I'm I'm at the beginning of him and I think sometimes that that sense of belonging that you get a little bit of a sense of your first time you go to a place that can give way to a sense of longing to go back and be part of it and maybe that's in your future to Jacqueline Woodson author of Brown girl dreaming and read at the Bone Jacqueline. What a pleasure. Thank you for joining us. Thank you.
"ghana " Discussed on PRI's The World
"There's a lot of people think you coming from america. You have money no don't work that way and human like robots carrying out all kinds of jobs. They is the human human element important enough when it went out people but are the robots coming for your job. I'm marco werman all those stories and more today. You're on the world. I'm marco werman mrs the world it is a bitter legacy that this country still struggles with four hundred years ago this week. The first enslaved africans were brought to the american colonies today. When african americans visit countries like ghana to learn about the roots of slavery they discover a complex relationship with the locals we begin today with the world's rupa shenoy reporting from ghana starting at l. Meena castle on ghana's coast el nino once was one of the busiest hubs in the transatlantic slave trade. <hes> in a tour guide at el mina castle ushers us into one of the cells where prisoners were kept there about thirty of us and we have to a stand uncomfortably close the ceiling. Suddenly the room goes dark. The only light comes from around the edges the door. The guide has unexpectedly shut it. The tourists mostly africans look at each other nervously standing right in the middle the room absent hagans is are huge. He's one of the few americans here a grad student at the university of north carolina. It doesn't last a minute before the guide opens the door. He dramatically tells us on condemned cell. He says this is where the captive africans who wouldn't stop resisting assisting were kept as punishment. We shuffled to the next stop. In the hour long. Tour built a castle i fall into step with amps and hagan looked a little freaked out to coach absence talking about when he came here as a kid with his dad james hagan and his dad's here again onto james hagan is an american a retired high school social studies teacher from maryland who grew up here. He says the last time he was here. The guides left doubt a lot so he's intent on making sure. Today's guides are better. The guide mentioned something about pregnant women being among the prisoners here. James hagan speaks up amp kinase chuckling because apparently his dad. Does this a lot easier for two three three months. I will be the females. Why and how would they be pregnant. Who made pregnant yes pregnant. How did they get pregnant. Definitely somebody might might have yes might up. The guide says the european flavors were the ones who slept with the captive. African women and moves on amazon breeds sigh of have relief. He says once when a tour guide got this subject the guide pointed at him epson has lighter skin than his dad. He gets it from his mom. Who's the lighter lighter skinned black. American woman descended from people who were enslaved singled me out. I don't remember who is other group as i remember him saying you know this is how you end up with individuals who looked like you said okay. A little later. James hagan presents the guide with another question. There's the slaves left here within chains. The guide says they were only put in chains when they were taken out of their cells and then they were led through a door door that he shows us. It has a plaque above it says door of no return and it's intentionally narrow so captive africans had to walk out one by one from near darkness to sudden blinding sunlight. Am sin examines the door and shudders think about all the work in mentally. I went construction this place so that it was fishing for his task remarkably awful captive africans who left here were chained for months what's in the packed bowels of ships until they arrived in the americas and were enslaved these days. That trip takes a little more than a day by plane. A majid's made the journey four years ago. Everybody wish to be boiling america in canada in japan and all advanced conscious you understand but you the choice does where you are so that's who you are his journey to the u._s. started when he got a visa to see the world cup in brazil. Would he'd worked in that country..
"ghana " Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"ghana " Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"ghana " Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"And di was born six months before he received his degrees so right after he received them we went back to ghana which then you know he got into politics and uh we had to leave when i was five we were in the us for about a year or so before my both my parents wanted to move back to africa but we couldn't go to ghana so we move to nairobi kenya and we were in nairobi kenya for about two years and then of course because ghana was calling him so much a home um my dad decided that we should move back to ghana we were there for another two and a half years or so before realizing that things aren't really gonna work out there you know politics wasn't wasn't working out for him there and then he made the brilliant decision that we should move to colorado springs colorado because what more diverse place than to move your four african daughters in your white than there how did yeah why cole road this is this is the i i've been so curious about this why was calling auto the decision i know it's like i mean i love colorado i think it's a cool state lawmakers it by the way but i'm so glad but why colorado why colorado there's a number of things first he really did light colorado being that he really loved you know the open spaces in the mountains and neither my parents are afraid of cold which i think is a stereotype about african there's something that like.
"ghana " Discussed on With Friends Like These
"Be like there's not a quick fix at his ghana as gotta you know began to rehabilitate this country and i think coming igf kiss accepting the fact surrendering over to the fact that this process is gonna take lots suv work from everyone not just like we're all going to sit around here while white people figure it out is i know is going to work from everyone um to move finally move and like a sustainably progressive direction uh and that you know i think it takes work to stop blaming yourself for things that they could takes work to not feel shame in guilt about all this stuff like that is not something that um is going to happen over like one or two real good conversations with some one or like one or two bigger picture nays are one or two this or that like this is this is this a process but i think it's until lots and lots of people begin that process it's hard to it's hard to speak super optimistic about um change happening because you know hard work as hard work and i think it's very kind of it white percent of me to wanna keep pressing about it what can i do but what can we do what can we do because i think that may be in much the same way like you the steps are in order for reason in a like we're still really in step one here you know an an it's very addict d of me to want to get to the part where i make things better right yeah.
"ghana " Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Does the aston and legal ghana and burns has since appealed dean six no phoenix now now the malcolm do these yeah and those who spoke ucs the suit had you since this and then staples the complaint sterling his this budget these delay capsule matignon oh man is there htc yeah is annulled in the pumpkin smash.