I&M Bank (Rwanda) Limited (IM.rw) listed on the Rwanda Stock Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2008 abridged results.For more information about I&M Bank (Rwanda) Limited (IM.rw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the I&M Bank (Rwanda) Limited (IM.rw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: I&M Bank (Rwanda) Limited (IM.rw) 2008 abridged results.Company ProfileI&M Bank (Rwanda) Limited is a leading financial institution in Rwanda offering products and services for the retail, commercial and corporate banking segment. Personal banking products range from current accounts and short or fixed deposits to personal, vehicle, home and building loans. The corporate division offers financial solutions for sole proprietorships, partnerships and corporations which range from overdrafts, investments and equipment and vehicle loans to purchase and disposal of foreign currency and treasury services. This includes issuing letters of credit and guarantee, export and import trading, insurance premium financing, and e-banking services. I&M Bank (Rwanda) Limited is a subsidiary of I&M Bank Limited and is based in Kigali, Rwanda. I&M Bank (Rwanda) Limited is listed on the Rwanda Stock Exchange
Bindura Nickel Corporation Limited (BIND.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Mining sector has released it’s 2015 abridged results.For more information about Bindura Nickel Corporation Limited (BIND.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Bindura Nickel Corporation Limited (BIND.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Bindura Nickel Corporation Limited (BIND.zw) 2015 abridged results.Company ProfileBindura Nickel Corporation is a mining company operating mines and a smelter complex in Bindura, Zimbabwe; engaged in the mining and extraction of nickel, and production of nickel by-products (copper and cobalt). The company’s current projects include a shaft re-deepening project, sub-vertical service winder and main rock winder drives upgrade project, concentrator plant and sub-vertical medium voltage switch room equipment replacement project, and a smelter restart project. Founded in 1966, BNC is a subsidiary of Zimnick Limited and operated and majority-owned by Mwana Africa plc, an African multi-national mining company based in Johannesburg, South Africa. The operating subsidiary of BNC is Trojan Nickel Mine Limited. Bindura Nickel Corporation is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange
Interlinked Technologies Plc (INTERL.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Engineering sector has released it’s 2021 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Interlinked Technologies Plc (INTERL.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Interlinked Technologies Plc (INTERL.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Interlinked Technologies Plc (INTERL.ng) 2021 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileInterlinked Technologies Plc develops, manufactures and markets porcelain and jointing materials for the energy, telecommunications and industrial sectors in Nigeria. The company was established to market and distribute the innovative Heat Shrink Technology pioneers by Raychem Corporation of Menlo Park, California. It has diversified into component design and manufacture, systems designs and upgrades, procurement and installation of complete power distribution substations and networks and engineering facility management. The ceramic products are marketed under the brand name Insulex and Aquakleen. Interlinked Technologies Plc’s head office is in Ikeja, Lagos and has a liaison office in Abuja for infrastructural development work in the Federal Capital Territory. Interlinked Technologies Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
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LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS “Quiz time? Get in!” A Canada fan having a ball at last year’s Vancouver Sevens (Getty Images) Want to know how you’ve done? For all the answers, click here.For the latest Rugby World subscription offers, click here. And to find out how to download the digital edition, click here. CLUB CLASS1. Who scored the first Premiership try of this season? 10. Scottish novelist Alistair MacLean starts work as World Rugby’s new General Counsel in January. 2. Why was Scottish referee Lloyd Linton red-faced after a Welsh derby?3. Which former Greene King IPA Championship player felt like a “prize winner” after joining Sale Sharks?4. And what mishap befell seven Sale players on the day of their game at Bath?5. The ‘dab’ came to rugby with a vengeance. What is it?6. Saracens became the fifth team to win a domestic league and European Cup double. Name two of the four clubs that preceded them. (2)7. How did former Bath Chronicle sports writer Clare Daniels make history?8. Which Scarlets player played every minute of his club’s 2015-16 Pro12 campaign?9. Why did Exeter Chiefs have cause to thank Morgan Parra?Total: 10 pointsGETTING THE PICTUREStudy this picture and answer the following questions…Dotting down: Wasps score at Allianz Park in October, round six of the Aviva Premiership (Getty Images)1. Who’s scoring here for Wasps at Saracens?2. And who are the three nearest defenders? (3)3. Which international hooker came off the bench to bag a try double in this game?4. What was memorable about Wasps’ previous visit to Allianz Park?5. Referee Matthew Carley (in background) was appointed to take charge of which International in November?6. Name three other pro rugby clubs in the UK who play league fixtures on an artificial pitch (3)TOTAL: 10 pointsSTORY TIMETo complete the story, fill in the relevant surnames from the Guinness Pro12 or Aviva Premiership. All are current or have been involved recently. There’s half a point for each correct answer.It was a dark and stormy (Bath 3), the (Exeter 1) obscured by driving rain. “I wish I could (Sale 7),” said the Scottish (Bath 9) as he cycled (Northampton coach) along the treacherous (Saracens 6), just missing a (Connacht 11) and an intrepid (Ospreys 11) in the gloom. “Why don’t they take more (Harlequins 9)?!” he shouted, ringing his (Gloucester coach).He arrived at the hotel near (Wasps 10), perched on the (Bristol 9) top, and took a (Exeter 11) cut through the (Glasgow 2) to the kitchen. “Great (Gloucester 13)!” he said, spotting the sparse ingredients, “I (Zebre 10) work with that.”“(Worcester 9), (Worcester 3) (Leinster 9),” said his (Wasps 7) assistant, trying to conceal a large glass of (Munster 2). “The (Bath 1) has eaten the (Cardiff 15). Shall we make a (Worcester 10) (Sale 7) instead?”“No, you must be (Bath 2)! It will have to be (Saracens 7) and chips. (Bristol coach) some spuds and (Newcastle 1) them sharp, and don’t forget the (Harlequins 11). Cheddar will do.”“You (Saracens 2) are all the same,” came the reply. “I’ll do my (Ulster 2) but it would be nice if you were (Wasps 3) understanding. I have (Exeter 1) self-esteem, (Leicester 10) on my hand, and (Gloucester 11) have a weak (Glasgow 9). Yet you’re the biggest (Ulster 15) of all. (Saracens 15) (Northampton 5) to you!”Total: 20 ptsLINKED INWhat’s the common factor in each group? Two points for each correct answer1. Ieuan Evans, Rob Howley and Sam Warburton2. Josh Lewsey, Chris Latham and Rory Underwood3. Dylan Hartley, Sergio Parisse and Silvère Tian4. Jim Hamilton, Carl Hayman and Jamie HeaslipJim jam: Big Jim Hamilton has something in common with Carl Hayman – but what? (Getty Images)5. Sam Davies, Ronan O’Gara and Nicky Robinson6. Nantes, Brisbane (Ballymore) and Port Elizabeth7. Stuart Barnes, Anton Oliver and Joe Roff8. Jarryd Hayne, Gavin Hastings and Dave Alred MYSTERY MAYHEMCan you put a name to these people or objects? Two marks for each you get right.TOTAL: 20 points INTERNATIONAL WATERS1. Which was the last team to beat New Zealand at Eden Park?2. England and Ireland recently appointed new team managers, both former internationals. Who? (2)3. Nigel Owens refereed the opening match of the RWC 2019 cycle. What was the fixture?4. Who in 2016 won the Australian Player of the Year award for a second time?5. What record of dubious distinction did All Black prop Owen Franks break against South Africa in Christchurch?6. What did Eddie Jones do that only Kitch Christie and Nick Mallett had achieved before?7. Who’s the odd one out – Charlotte Caslick, Jaco Peyper, Warren Gatland and TJ Perenara?8. Why was the New Zealand Herald accused of being disrespectful to Michael Cheika?9. Which coach was given three acres of land after success in Rio?TOTAL: 10 pointsMAXIMUM SCORE: 100 TRUE OR FALSESpot the porkies in this list of statements…1. Lyon started pre-season training three days before last season’s Top 14 final.2. Simon Shaw is the oldest Test Lion in history.3. On the Hong Kong-Perth flight on the 2013 Lions tour, there were 36 business-class seats and 37 players, so Sam Warburton sat in economy.4. Mike Brown, Danny Care and Ugo Monye got married on successive weekends.5. Gethin Jenkins worked in McDonald’s and bunged his team-mates free food.6. Michael Lynagh sang in an alternative rock band called Died Pretty.7. Jerry Collins taught Dan Carter his signature so he could sign memorabilia for him.8. Seven members of the Tuilagi family have played for Leicester’s first team.9. Adam Jones’s parents got him a subscription to Rugby World to encourage him to read. TOTAL: 10 points IF YOU missed this quiz in the January edition of Rugby World, test your knowledge of the game now – it’s based largely on events in 2016. The quiz is out of 100, with a point for each correct answer unless otherwise stated. Good luck! 9. Roy Laidlaw, Toby Booth and Philippe Bernat-Salles10. Sione Kalamafoni, Tom Prydie and Andrea MasiTOTAL: 20 points As the year’s first big international tournament kicks off, here’s a chance to revisit 2016 in this devilish quiz. Pride is all that’s at stake if you tackle these teasers…
Rector Belleville, IL Curate Diocese of Nebraska Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Submit a Job Listing Featured Events Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Course Director Jerusalem, Israel In El Paso, border ministry assists Mexicans fleeing violence Tags The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Rector Pittsburgh, PA By Lynette Wilson Posted Dec 6, 2019 New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET The Rev. Cristina Rathbone, right, is serving asylum-seekers as a bridge chaplain in El Paso while on sabbatical. Here, she and the Rev. Lee Curtis, canon to the ordinary in the Diocese of Rio Grande, strategize about how they’ll address U.S. Customs and Border Control as they accompany two families of four on the Santa Fe Street Bridge in their attempt to ask for asylum. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News Service[Episcopal News Service – El Paso, Texas] An informal tent city has taken stake in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, alongside the entrance to the Santa Fe Street Bridge, one of three bridges connecting the sprawling northern Mexico border city to El Paso, Texas.In recent months, Mexican families fleeing rising violence perpetrated by drug cartels in the country’s south have arrived at the U.S. southern border seeking protection in the United States via the asylum system. Unlike Central American asylum-seekers who have been arriving steadily at the U.S.-Mexico border for more than a year, there’s no “official” system for handling the surge in Mexicans seeking the same protection from violence and persecution.“The people who are living out on the streets by the ports, they are all Mexican. There is no established system to deal with Mexican asylum-seekers seeking the protection of the United States,” said the Rev. Cristina Rathbone, who for three months while on sabbatical has served the Diocese of Rio Grande in El Paso as a bridge chaplain, accompanying families as they wait their turn to claim asylum and holding daily English and art classes for children.“By the three ports of entry, there are three tent communities, and the people there – more than two-thirds of them have families – have self-organized,” she said. “They have created unofficial community-based lists; the people at the top of those lists go up to the ports of entry and seek permission to ask for asylum from the border patrol agents every two hours, 24 hours a day, and almost always are turned away with the same refrain, ‘There is no room.’”Tent cities have taken stake at the foot of the three bridges on the Juárez side of the U.S.-Mexico border where Mexican nationals – two-thirds of them families – are waiting to claim asylum in the United States. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News ServiceEarlier in the year, the Trump administration implemented Migrant Protection Protocols, a policy commonly referred to as “Remain in Mexico” that requires asylum-seekers to wait in shelters in Mexico while their credible fear claims are processed. The policy and others like those brokered with individual countries, El Salvador for example, were designed to deter asylum-seekers.The protocols, however, do not apply to Mexican asylum-seekers who have congregated in tents. President Trump has characterized immigrants and migrants as “murders” and “rapists.” And, though, cartels have exploited the chaos at the border to their advantage, some migrants are fleeing cartel violence in their communities.During a homily delivered at the second annual Border Ministries Summit held in Arizona, Rathbone shared some of the “hundreds” stories she’s heard while serving at the border.“A grandfather shot in the stomach and then slashed by a machete and left for dead after seeing a murder he shouldn’t have seen; a father who was sent photographs of his murdered son’s lifeless and tortured body by his son’s own murderers,” she recounted. “And, just yesterday, a mother sobbing on the sidewalk, showing me photos of her husband in an open coffin – murdered in her own home a week ago.”Rathbone continued, “All of these people, who are also Jesus himself, and many thousands more – including the most vulnerable among us: pregnant women, unaccompanied minors and members of the LGBTQ community – are being denied their right, supposedly upheld by both U.S. and international law, to apply for asylum in this country. And all are waiting at our ports of entry, nonetheless, because still they believe in the hope that is – or used to be – the United States of America.“‘Truly I tell you,’ Jesus says. ‘Just as you do to one of the least of these, you do to me.’”Paseo del Norte, or “passage to the north” is the official name of the Santa Fe Street Bridge connecting El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News ServiceEpiscopalians are providing humanitarian aid to migrants and asylum-seekers and, where possible, support to law enforcement officers in their parishes and communities all along the 1,954-mile U.S.-Mexico border. The Diocese of Rio Grande encompasses the entire state of New Mexico and far West Texas, stretching from El Paso down through the Big Bend regions, and includes 40 percent of the southern border. Volunteers have been working on both sides of the border.In Juárez, the diocese has provided assistance to the Rev. Hector Trejo who serves as vicar of three Anglican churches in the Diocese of Northern Mexico.“When the buses were coming through, we in the Diocese of the Rio Grande were caring for the people that were coming off the buses and helping them get resettled,” said Rio Grande Bishop Michael Hunn. “When the U.S. government started the ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy, instead of those buses coming into the Diocese of the Rio Grande, people were just put on the buses and driven across into Juárez and left on the street in Juárez. But we felt that those are folks who are trying to come to the United States, and we think that that is our responsibility to try to help and care for them.”For some in the United States it may seem the most recent wave of migration has ceased, but that’s not the case; it’s just less visible, Hunn said.“It’s not true that the migration has stopped,” said Hunn, whose office is based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. “It’s just that the people are on the other side of the border now. And, so we were able to work with and leverage our existing relationship with Padre Hector Trejo. … He opened up immediately one of his churches to serve as a shelter.”Trejo has now opened the doors to two of his three churches to serve as shelters, with assistance from Rio Grande and the wider support of its borderlands ministry.In August, when the Rev. Lee Curtis became Rio Grande’s canon to the ordinary based in El Paso, shelters were the urgent need.“We were serving mostly Cuba nationals; this was just as the ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy took effect,” he said. “So, the task was pretty clear: build up shelter, support the Cubans as they’re waiting in Mexico for their ‘credible fear’ interview. Then when they get their ‘credible fear’ interview, they’re released by CBP [Customs and Border Protection] back to the U.S. and we’ve done our job.”One of the other major challenges, though, is that almost as soon as faith-based and other humanitarian workers get a handle on the situation, it changes.“The second we feel like we have figured out the shape of migration in Juárez, it changes, whether through U.S. policy or where folks are coming from,” said Curtis.“In late September, early October, we were down to about 15 Cuban asylum-seekers, and then the Mexicans started coming from southern states, and they’ve started sleeping around the bridges. … It’s a guess as to when CBP will be letting people over. So, they have been staying by the bridges because they don’t want to miss an opportunity to cross.”Some of the families have been living in tents in Juárez for two months. As the weather gets colder, some are sleeping in shelters, returning to the bridges in the morning to take their places in line. And for some, the long wait can result in being sent back to the very communities they’ve fled, as Rathbone pointed out in her homily, when she told the story of a woman with five children who’d fled after the cartel tried to kill her oldest son. They were denied asylum. The likely outcome if they return home, the mother told Rathbone, is that her sons will be forced to choose between joining the cartel or death.“It’s important to remember that these Mexican asylum-seekers are the people in the small pueblos and the big towns and the enormous cities who are saying no to the violence and the drug cartels of Mexico. These are the people whose lives are being threatened and many of them ended because they are refusing to join the criminal enterprises,” said Rathbone.“They are determined to protect their children from that because they are small business owners, because they are taxi drivers, because they are people who have been preyed on by the cartels. So they’re, in fact, the very opposite kind of people they’re being characterized as being by the president and many others. These are the brave, law-abiding pillars of their communities who have been forced to flee their communities by the violence that, at the moment, is on the upswing in Mexico again.”– Lynette Wilson is a reporter and managing editor of Episcopal News Service. 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Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. TAGSOrange County Sheriff’s OfficeOrlando Police Department Previous articleSecond OCSO motorcycle deputy involved in crashNext articleOCSO releases name of deceased deputy Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here 7:15AM – A citizen alerts Orlando Police Department Master Sergeant Debra Clayton that a murder suspect is at the Walmart on Princeton Street in Orlando. Clayton approaches the suspect Markeith Loyd and is allegedly shot and killed by him.7:30AM – Orlando Police Department and Orange County Sheriff’s Office set up a wide perimeter in Pine Hills and Rosemont areas of Orlando, and begin a massive manhunt for Loyd. Traffic is delayed on many major roads for hours.9:43AM – A sheriff’s deputy with the motorcycle unit is killed in a crash with a driver.9:50AM – A second sheriff’s deputy with the motorcycle unit is involved in a crash with a driver, however his injuries are minor.Throughout the morning and into the afternoon – Multiple law enforcement agencies respond to the shooting with a manhunt that included hundreds of officers.1:30PM – Authorities increase their reward offer to $60,000 for anyone helping them capture Loyd, who was accused of murdering his pregnant girlfriend in December. 25 public and private schools in the area are locked down.2:30-3:30PM – Sheriff Jerry Demings of the OCSO and Orlando Police Chief John Mina hold press conferences and call for Loyd to surrender. They also warn the public not to aid or abet him or they will be prosecuted.By 4PM – The lockdowns of all 25 schools are lifted. UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Please enter your comment! LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom Please enter your name here
Year: Mexico ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/777231/t02-adi-arquitectura-y-diseno-interior Clipboard Houses T02 / ADI Arquitectura y Diseño InteriorSave this projectSaveT02 / ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior T02 / ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior Photographs Manufacturers: Concretos Cruz Azul, Krystal Europa, Maderas y Triplay la Astilla, Recasa S.A, Taller San MarcosCollaborators:Marcelo Sánchez, Aldo Ojeda, Ana Cecilia Saiz, Rolando Rodríguez, Carolina Mata, Cindel Mier.Architect In Charge:David Fernando Valdés ReynosoCity:Jesús MaríaCountry:MexicoMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Oscar HernándezSave this picture!Ground Floor PlanText description provided by the architects. The project is designed in a single level because it is designed for disabled couples, single people, young or old.Save this picture!© Oscar Hernández+ 42Save this picture!AxonometricaThe circulation is optimized to benefit experiential spaces.Save this picture!© Oscar HernándezSave this picture!CorteIt is a concept of “open space” where the reflecting pool and the garden are the focal point of all spaces.Save this picture!© Oscar HernándezProject gallerySee allShow lessBIG, SANAA and Lacaton & Vassal Preselected in Competition to Design the New Aarhus …Architecture NewsNew Lower Hill Masterplan / West 8 + BIG + Atelier TenUnbuilt Project Share “COPY” “COPY” Architects: ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects 2014 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/777231/t02-adi-arquitectura-y-diseno-interior Clipboard ArchDaily Photographs: Oscar Hernández Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Save this picture!© Oscar Hernández+ 42 Share CopyHouses•Jesús María, Mexico CopyAbout this officeADI Arquitectura y Diseño InteriorOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesAguascalientesJesus MariaMexicoPublished on November 18, 2015Cite: “T02 / ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior” [T02 / ADI Arquitectura y Diseño Interior)] 18 Nov 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
The Netherlands 2019 Products used in this ProjectSwitchesJUNGLight Switch – LS 990Construction Architecture:Hagoort Bouw B.V.Landscape And Nautical Construction:Marcel ZaalCity:VinkeveenCountry:The NetherlandsMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Ewout HuibersText description provided by the architects. With a footprint of only 55 m2 this house still has a luxurious feel of space, and all around panoramas to the surrounding nature. This compact home is built for a family of four, including a living room, a kitchen/dining room, a patio, three bedrooms, one bathroom and two toilets. The layout is developed from the inside-out, the smart arrangement of functions make use of every cm2.Save this picture!© Ewout HuibersSave this picture!© Ewout HuibersSituated on a elongated island plot close to the lake, the positioning of the building volume is related to the views on the surrounding water and the orientation on the sun. By dividing the volume into four parts, the panoramic views and the invading sunlight become very specific. On the outside the diversity in size and the interconnected positioning create a sculptural image, looking different from every angle. In order to intensify this sculptural quality, all facades have a minimal design with invisible roof endings and window frames detailled behind the wood facade. All volumes have big windows or sliding doors which can be opened completely to fully merge the inside with the outside. On the inside, the dimensions and ceiling heights of the different volumes clearly articulate the separate area’s and functions in the house. Long sightlines crossing the outside patio provide a visual connection. By opening up large sliding doors of the patio the volumes of the kitchen and living are physically connected.Save this picture!© Ewout HuibersSave this picture!Ground floor planSave this picture!© Ewout HuibersCustom furniture and integrated cabinets accentuate the graphical quality on the inside. We made use of simple materials like natural oak wooden panels -or stained black to combine with the rough pinewood facade- and a continuing polished concrete floor.Save this picture!© Ewout HuibersWe strived for a design strategy in which architecture and interior come together in a model combination. Each volume has its own program. By linking interior components to the architecture and vice versa, the result is a high quality project not dependent of expensive materials or technical show. In every detail we aimed for the ultimate space efficient solution. Every aspect of the design is approached to produce a pure and unified experience to leave a strong impression. Making quality projects is, in our opinion, not always ‘the bigger the better’. With simple yet smart interventions this project is of the highest standard and at the same time energy efficient, eco-friendly, and built with a small footprint. In this sense it’s a model example of a tiny house; smart, comfortable but with no consessions to quality in both the interior and architectural design; small is beautiful.Save this picture!© Ewout HuibersProject gallerySee allShow lessAlexandra Palace / Feilden Clegg Bradley StudiosSelected ProjectsNanjing Times Mansion Metropolitan Aesthetic Center / Nanjing TianhuaSelected Projects Share Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description Cabins & Lodges CopyCabins & Lodges, Houses•Vinkeveen, The Netherlands Year: CopyAbout this officei29 interior architectsOfficeFollowChris CollarisOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsHospitality ArchitectureLodgingCabins & LodgesResidential ArchitectureHousesVinkeveenThe NetherlandsPublished on January 14, 2019Cite: “Tiny Holiday Home / i29 interior architects + Chris Collaris” 14 Jan 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
ABC NewsBy DANIELLE GENET and ANGELINE JANE BERNABE, ABC News(NEW YORK) — Eight years after she escaped a decade of captivity, Amanda Berry is working to bring children home. The 34-year-old, who was abducted in 2003 when she was just 16, partnered with the U.S. Marshals Service for its initiative Operation Safety Net, which was established in northern Ohio. Over the course of one month, the U.S. Marshals through Operation Safety Net were able to help safely locate 35 missing and endangered children between the ages of 13 and 18 working with Berry and other local and state partners.“I definitely hope that they know that miracles can happen,” Berry told ABC News’ Good Morning America. “I know it’s not always easy to you know, years after year, some parents have to go through waiting for their child to come home, but hopefully they take it more serious, that I am involved. I hope that I’m a beacon of hope for them.” With the success of Operation Safety Net, the U.S. Marshals Service has now created a permanent squad in northern Ohio. “One of the biggest reasons Operation Safety net was a success was Amanda Berry,” U.S. Marshal for the Northern District of Ohio Pete Elliott said. “She is a great example for Cleveland, Ohio, where you fight and you never quit and that’s what she does. We’re doing this all over the country and we’re gonna try to bring back every single kid that we can, together with Amanda Berry.” Berry, now working as a missing persons advocate at Fox8, a local news station in Cleveland, said helping work to bring home missing children has been part of the process in helping her find her voice.“In the beginning, I was so scared to do anything,” she said. “I was really scared to leave the house and you know, being noticed. But now I just feel like I take it more as a blessing that I am on this side and that I am blessed enough to be able to help and I can finally use my voice for good.” She also credits her mother, who she said never gave up looking for her when she was missing all those years ago. “I push every day more and more for my mother. She fought so hard for me while I was gone, and I think now, I’m trying to finish kind of what she started for the missing,” Berry said. “In the beginning, there was nobody to call, there wasn’t someone there to help you print your missing posters of your child. So you know, a lot has changed since 2003 and I’m just glad that I can be here and continue my mom’s work.”The U.S. Marshals are now doing similar operations nationwide, helping to bring home almost 400 children since October last year, and Berry created a public service announcement that the agency will now use in training programs.Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.