Camelot Ghana Limited (CMLT.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Paper & Packaging sector has released it’s 2015 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Camelot Ghana Limited (CMLT.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Camelot Ghana Limited (CMLT.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Camelot Ghana Limited (CMLT.gh) 2015 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileCamelot Ghana Limited is a security printing company involved in the design, processing, printing and finishing of security print orders, business forms and documents and identity products. The company provides a service to governmental departments, financial institutions and multi-national organisations. Security stationary issued by Camelot Ghana Limited ranges from cheque books and banker’s drafts to share certificates, dividend warrants and lottery tickets. The company produces continuous and cut sheet stationary for insurance company forms, optical character recognition (OCR) forms, pre-prints for laser printers, listing paper and airline boarding passes. Company printing solutions range from magstripe encoded cards to UV cured cards, access control cards and ID cards. Government printing solutions for range from council tax forms to utility billing cards, electoral ballot papers and revenue collection tickets. Subsidiaries of Camelot Ghana Limit offer services ranging from holograms, holosealing, embossed hotfoiling to watermarked cheque paper, chemically-sensitive security paper, solvent sensitive inks, tri-thermochromic inks and microtext printing. Camelot Ghana Limited services governments and institutions in Togo, Burkina Faso, Liberia, Benin, Côte d ´Ivoire, Ethiopia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria. The company headquarters are in Accra, Ghana. Camelot Ghana Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
Coronation Insurance Plc (WAPIC.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Insurance sector has released it’s 2018 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about Coronation Insurance Plc (WAPIC.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Coronation Insurance Plc (WAPIC.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Coronation Insurance Plc (WAPIC.ng) 2018 interim results for the third quarter.Company ProfileCoronation Insurance Plc is an insurance company in Nigeria licensed to underwrite all classes of life and non-life insurance for the personal, groups, commercial and industrial sectors. The company has operations in Nigeria and Ghana. General and personal insurance products cover motor, life, investment, yacht, marine and home insurance. Corporate insurance products cover general property insurance, automotive, marine, aviation, all risk, fire and special perils, goods-in-transit and guarantee and liability insurance for the oil and gas, hotel and restaurant, professional firms and associations, manufacturing, education, energy, telecommunication, financial services, trading, religious bodies, contractors, travel agent, real estate and transport sectors. Public sector clients include government ministries and departments, parastatals and agencies. Wapic Insurance Plc was founded in 1958. Its company head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Coronation Insurance Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
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In addition to all this, its also confirmed that it would reinstate dividends.The most important snippet for me, however, was that advertising trends were “improving materially” in 2021.Reasons to be cautiousAlthough bullish on the ITV share price and STVG’s prospects for the rest of 2021, I’m conscious that owning shares in the former may be skewing my opinion. So, let’s look at a few arguments for why things might not go as I think.One clear objection to continuing to hold either stock now is that people can’t wait to leave their sofas and venture back out. As such, viewing numbers could drop over the remainder of 2021, especially if we get decent summer weather.Of course, a third wave of the coronavirus would be bad news too and may halt productions again. A related concern comes from the possibility that overseas travel may still be prohibited. If so, travel companies and airlines will be unwilling to spend on advertising. On top of this, the competition for viewers won’t get any easier for ITV. Yes, its Britbox service has been well received, but the number of subscriptions pales in comparison to US giants like Netflix and Disney. As mentioned last month, I’m a big fan of the latter.Solid holdI’m happy to continue holding my ITV shares. A forecast P/E ratio of 12 takes into account the above concerns, in my view. Meanwhile, STV trades on an even more attractive valuation of 10.5 times projected FY21 earnings. I’d buy with any spare cash.As long as COVID-19 is eventually sent packing, I’m hopeful investors like me will be rewarded for not selling either too soon. Paul Summers | Monday, 29th March, 2021 | More on: ITV STVG Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares Enter Your Email Address Paul Summers owns shares of ITV. The Motley Fool UK has recommended ITV. 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We’re very optimistic in this regard that we can make this work.”The Province IX bishops created the development group on May 17 during a synod meeting.The Province IX dioceses have been leading the effort to move toward self-sustainability since a 2011 Church Pension Group-sponsored conference in Tela, Honduras, that brought together the Province IX dioceses to explore a secure path. The dioceses themselves adopted sustainability as a focus for 2012; three of the seven dioceses – the Dominican Republic, Colombia and Honduras now have development groups.According to the Province IX Development Group’s bylaws, its purpose is to assist with the development and self-sustainability of the diocese through the promotion of sustainable development, the solicitation of resources and the strengthening of companion relationships.The development group will pursue its purpose through diocesan consultations, making presentations about the work being carried out in each of the dioceses, preparing promotional material, writing grant proposals and coordinating mission teams and other fundraising activities.The development group will serve as an umbrella organization to help all of the Province IX dioceses achieve sustainability by sharing best practices and resources that enable them to learn from one another, said Honduras Bishop Lloyd Allen.The Diocese of Honduras has set the goal to achieve financial sustainability by 2019, he added.“2019 is our time to say it’s good what you have done for us, but beyond this we are ready to walk on our own,” said Allen. “My [diocesan] convention is a week from Saturday and I’m going to be letting people know that we have two years to go and nothing is stopping us now. We’re restructuring the Honduran Development Network and the diocese, and preparing the platform for this to come together.”In February 2014, on the recommendation of the Second Mark of Mission working group, the Episcopal Church’s Executive Council agreed to an 18-year plan for “self-sufficiency,” to move to sustainable mission and ministry in Province IX.The Episcopal Church’s 2013-2015 budget allocated $2.9 million in block grants over the triennium and also included an additional $1 million for Province IX with the goal of “strengthening the province for sustainable mission.” It financed the focus grant.In July 2015, General Convention adopted Resolution A015 “Continue to Support Province IX Sustainability” which continues “dedication for the ongoing work of Mark of Mission II: To Teach, Baptize, and Nurture New Believers, especially as it pertains to the agreed-upon plan for Province IX Sustainability.”The Diocese of the Dominican Republic is the closest to achieving self-sustainability, in large part because of the formation in 1998 of the Dominican Development Group which was formed with the primary goal of seeking the “human, material and financial resources that are required to maintain the diocese’s rate of growth and to provide the diocese with the ability to maintain ‘quality’ programs.”In 15 years, the DDG has raised more than $10 million to finance the building of infrastructure, including churches, schools, day care centers and medical clinics in the Dominican Republic. Heavily dependent on the income generated by short-term mission groups, it is held up as a model of entrepreneurship across Province IX.The Province IX Development Group is intended to work with each of the seven dioceses in its own context, explained Bob Stevens, the former executive director of the DDG and the volunteer director of the newly formed province-wide development group.“The suggestion [to form the province-wide group] came from the bishops themselves,” said Stevens. “We are at their service.”The 2016-2018 budget maintains block-grant funding at $2.9 million for Province IX.– Lynette Wilson is an editor/reporter for Episcopal News Service. 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VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York By Lynette Wilson Posted May 23, 2016 Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Submit a Press Release Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Bob Stevens says: Rector Smithfield, NC Rector Knoxville, TN Youth Minister Lorton, VA Province IX Featured Events Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Rector Pittsburgh, PA Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME June 7, 2016 at 9:45 am Lynette,Very good article. Quite clearly describes the formation of the GDP. Can I use it in conjunction with the promotion of the development group? Thanks and God bless.Bob Stevens Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Comments are closed.
For Ecuador Litoral, Tennessee companion relationship stays the course Ecuador diocese continues on the path to self-sustainability Tags Rector Martinsville, VA Cathedral Dean Boise, ID AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Submit a Press Release Rector Albany, NY Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC June 27, 2016 at 4:59 pm When we were subcontractors on a project in Guayaquil in 2011, I looked up the addresses of churches in town and went to the hotel to ask which were closer and for directions. The hotel refused my request, saying that it was not safe to go to those areas! I wish I had known about this relationship. We have found churches in the Middle East, in Malaysia, and in other South American cities. Sadly, not in Ecuador. 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Francisco Orrala and his wife Claudina Pacheco outside St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Guayaquil, Diocese of Ecuador Litoral. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News Service[Episcopal News Service – Guayaquil, Ecuador] Like all relationships, companion diocese and parish-to-parish relationships ebb and flow, but for the parishes in the dioceses of Tennessee and Ecuador Litoral, their long-standing relationships have stayed the course and have continued to evolve.Openness to change and deep listening characterized the Diocese of Tennessee’s most recent visit to the Diocese of Ecuador Litoral, an annual pre-planned visit that took a change of course after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck off the central coast, killing hundreds of people, injuring thousands and displacing tens of thousands from their homes north of Guayaquil.Tennessee companions have made yearly visits to Ecuador since 1998. Over the years they’ve engaged in construction projects, renovations, new buildings and enclosures; facilitated workshops and medical clinics; worshiped and gathered together in fellowship; and have practiced a ministry of presence, particularly during their most recent visit when they heard the stories of earthquake survivors and their families.The group met with the Rev. Betty Juarez Villamar, head of the table, at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Manta, one of the areas hardest hit by the April 16 earthquake. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News ServiceOriginally, the group of 11 was meant to be twice its size, with some members operating a medical clinic. Instead, the Tennessee companions focused on a ministry of presence, visiting churches in Guayaquil and in Manabí Province, one of the areas hardest hit by the earthquake, a three-and-a-half-hour drive north on the central coast.To address some of the peoples’ needs, a group of medical professionals from the Episcopal Diocese of Puerto Rico, which operates a health system on the island, joined with local doctors to offer a medical clinic June 15-18 to provide obstetrical and gynecological care, general medicine, pediatrics and psychological care to people in Manabí.Having the medical needs met by partners from Puerto Rico, which also has a companion relationship with Ecuador Litoral, allowed the companions from Tennessee to sit and listen to people’s stories and their concerns.“We’re at a crossroads … is there a better way to do things?” said Paul Wholley, a longtime companion and a member of Church of the Good Shepherd in Brentwood, Tennessee, who helps coordinate the three-day mission his church sponsors. “If the earthquake has a silver lining it was that we were able to do a listening tour.”The dioceses of Tennessee and Ecuador Litoral had an official companionship relationship from 1998 to 2010; now the relationship continues on a parish-to-parish basis, coordinated by a companion committee headed by George Kurz, a member of St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Nashville.Two critical things are happening in the Diocese of Ecuador Litoral. It’s developing a long-term plan to respond to the needs of people affected by the earthquake, their physical, emotional wellbeing, rebuilding housing and assisting people to find jobs. The other main focus, which has been ongoing, but is picking up steam, is the diocese’s journey toward self-sustainability for their mission and ministry.When asked about what his wants, needs and expectations are for companion relationships, Ecuador Litoral Bishop Alfredo Morante said they are many, but that the No. 1 priority is to find partners and companions that can accompany the diocese on its journey to self-sustainability.Each of the seven dioceses that make up the Episcopal Church’s Province IX – Ecuador Litoral, Ecuador Central, Honduras, Venezuela, Colombia, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic – are required to adopt a plan to self-sustainability.In May, the Province IX bishops formed a province-wide development group during a synod meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The development group’s purpose is to assist with the development and self-sustainability of the diocese through the promotion of sustainable development, the solicitation of resources and the strengthening of companion relationships.The development group is modeled after the Dominican Development Group, which has helped the Diocese of the Dominican Republic establish an endowment that — along with assistance from the Episcopal Church — has helped secure its future mission and ministry. Much of what the DDG has been able to do has been with the assistance of companions, facilitating more than 50 mission trips annually.The bishop has long talked about the diocese’s need to become self-sustainable, said Kurz.“This is not ‘Ecuador Land,’ this is not a theme park,” said Kurz, during an interview in Guayaquil. “I do feel called to be here … and I want to do the best that I can do to be a companion.”What the long-term companions have noticed in Ecuador mirrors what happens in the United States: Parishes that have strong leadership become the strongest parishes, and strong leaders in the United States partnering with strong leaders in Ecuador have the capacity to produce sustainable results.The deacons and the priests in the diocese, Morante said, want the same things he wants, companion relationships that can help to carry them on their journey to self-sustainability and that help them serve their parishes and the surrounding communities.The Rev. Mariana Loor, left, vicar of Jesus the Lord Episcopal Church in Guayaquil, Ecuador, and Sarerna Pettit, of St. Joseph of Arimathea Episcopal Church in Hendersonville, Tennessee, talk outside the church. Photo: Lynette Wilson/Episcopal News ServiceSelf-sustainability is something St. Joseph of Arimathea in Hendersonville, Tennessee, is working on with Jesus the Lord, its partner in a working-class area of Guayaquil led by the Rev. Mariana Loor.“At Jesus el Señor, they have a real talent for empanadas,” said Sarena Pettit, a member of St. Joseph of Arimathea and the Tennessee group’s Spanish-language interpreter, herself a longtime companion.The church has a window facing the street, which will make window sales easy; the plan is to start small with empanadas and later to expand the operation to include a bakery. With locally raised money and support from the diocese and the Tennessee companions, the church has the seed money to get started, she said.Over the years Pettit and Loor have become friends: they keep in touch via email and know that they are praying for one another.“(Our) principal relationship is one of prayer,” said Loor, during a visit to Jesus the Lord, although she also has made a visit to Tennessee. “We have a beautiful relationship and we stay united in the Holy Spirit.”– Lynette Wilson is an editor and reporter for Episcopal News Service. Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Comments (2) Rector Tampa, FL Youth Minister Lorton, VA Rector Smithfield, NC
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Home Indiana Agriculture News 2020 Miss Indiana State Fair Queen Crowned SHARE SHARE 2020 Indiana State Fair Queen, Claudia Duncan of Vanderburgh Co. Photo: Indiana State FairClaudia Duncan, Miss Vanderburgh County, was crowned the 62nd Indiana State Fair Queen today at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum at the Indiana State Fairgrounds & Event Center. Claudia is the 4th representative from Vanderburgh County to be crowned Miss Indiana State Fair following Karen Kosester, 1974; Tate Fritchley, 2016 and Becca Lax, 2017.Miss Indiana State Fair 2020 was selected over 83 other contestants after three days of judging. The Indiana State Fair Queen plays a key role in promoting the Indiana State Fair by traveling at least 10,000 miles during June and July to approximately 45 counties in preparation for the great Indiana State Fair, August 7-23, 2020.The Top 10 Finalists include:1st Runner-Up: Grace McCoy, Miss Elkhart County 2nd Runner-Up: Devin Hindes, Miss Newton County 3rd Runner-Up: Catherine Hall, Miss Shelby County 4th Runner-Up: Danielle Perry, Miss Posey CountyElyona Dobrodt, Miss St. Joseph County Ellen Rohr, Miss Parke CountyJessica Bradford, Miss Warrick County Abbigail Sprong, Miss Delaware County Riley Lamb, Miss Boone CountyMiss Congeniality: Devin Hindes, Miss Newton CountyMiss Indiana State Fair 2020 Claudia Duncan from Evansville, Indiana, graduated as valedictorian of Mater Dei High School and currently attends Purdue University majoring in Data Science. She is involved in the Honors Mentor Program, the Women in Science Mentor Program, and is a Peer Consultant at the Center for Career Opportunities. In her hometown, she is a parishioner of St. Joseph Catholic Church and gives back to 4-H as a Project Superintendent. Claudia is a 10-Year 4-H Member and recipient of the Tenure Award.For the complete results including the 16 semi-finalists visit www.indianastatefair.com. The 2020 Indiana State Fair will be held August 7-23 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds & Event Center, Indianapolis, IN.Source: Indiana State Fair press release Previous articleUSMCA Moving in the Senate and a 2019 Test for Crop Insurance on the HAT Wednesday Morning EditionNext articleNPPC: Impossible Pork is “Impossible” Hoosier Ag Today Facebook Twitter 2020 Miss Indiana State Fair Queen Crowned Facebook Twitter By Hoosier Ag Today – Jan 8, 2020