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Pulavendran Direction Path Math Quiz Prize Rs.110000 Dear friends, I have designed this mathematic contest for world record. The winners of the mathematic contest will be awarded a cash prize of Rs.1,10,000 by me. Here is the math quiz mathematic experts and Read more ... whosoever wishes can participate in this mathematic contest. Draw 1000 X 1000 square blocks. Fill the blocks with numbers ranging from 1 to 100000000000 in such a way that the result of addition from left to right, right to left, top to bottom, bottom to top, opposite angles is 2468000000000. The important condition is that not the same number is used twice. 1) 500 blocks in a straight line order to be selected in North direction, and to its opposite South direction another 500 square blocks and all together it will be 1000 blocks. The grand total of these 1000 blocks should be 2468000000000. 2) Select 500 blocks from top left corner to right and at the end take a U turn towards left and select 500 blocks in the next row, so that the total blocks will be 1000. The grand total of these 1000 blocks should also be 2468000000000. 3) Select 500 blocks from top left corner to bottom and at the bottom take a U turn towards left and select 500 blocks from bottom to top in the next row, so that the total blocks will be 1000. The grand total of these 1000 blocks should also be 2468000000000. Also, the selection of 500 blocks crosswise, totaling 1000 blocks, should give a grand total of 2468000000000. 4) Select 600 blocks from top left corner in a straight line order and select 200 blocks crosswise at the end. Again, select 200 blocks crosswise from left corner. The grand total of these three should also be 2468000000000. Similarly, the grand total of top to bottom should remain the same 2468000000000. 5) Select 500 blocks in North direction crosswise and at the end select 500 blocks in opposite crosswise direction towards south, in the shape of greater than symbol which will make 1000 blocks in total. The grand total of these 1000 blocks should also be 2468000000000. It is the same with the East direction and the west direction. 6) Select 250 blocks down crosswise, and at the end select 250 blocks up crosswise, and again select 250 blocks down crosswise, and at the end select up 250 blocks crosswise. This will form the shape of letter W that will have a total of 1000 blocks. The grand total of these 1000 blocks should also be 2468000000000. 7) Out of the total blocks, select 250 blocks in north east direction, and select 250 blocks in south west direction, and select 250 blocks in north west direction, and select 250 blocks in south east direction, all together will have 1000 blocks. The grand total of all these four selections should also be 2468000000000. 8) Select 500 blocks in South direction, and Select 500 blocks in East direction, totaling 1000 blocks. The grand total of all these selections should also be 2468000000000. Similarly, Select 500 blocks in East direction, and Select 500 blocks in North direction, totaling 1000 blocks. Again,the grand total should also be 2468000000000. similarly Select 500 blocks in North direction, and Select 500 blocks in West direction, totaling 1000 blocks. The grand total of all these selections should also be 2468000000000. Similarly, Select 500 blocks in West direction, and Select 500 blocks in East direction, totaling 1000 blocks. Again,the grand total should also be 2468000000000. Try your hand, solve this math quiz and win the cash prize. In case, nobody in the Face Book world, can figure out the answer, i shall show the solution for world record. I have sent this to Guinness World Record, and have got a reply from them. Dear FB friends, let me tell you what i dreamt and recollected. man is within directions; Sun is beyond directions Therefore, if the Sun comes with directions, all living beings including mankind will be destroyed. So, i am willing to offer a cash prize of Rs. 110000 to the first person who solve this Direction Path Math Quiz, in person. I dreamed that in case, nobody can solve this quiz in person, then this quiz will remain unsolved, until the Sun comes within directions. I am at par with the solar power. You may likely wonder how this is possible. But, this is fact. Because, nobody solved this Direction Path Math Quiz, in person, I got such a dream. Direction Path Math Quiz is an art for me. It is common for all of us that once we begin an activity, we can execute the activity by traveling the Direction Path. Similarly, we can only get profit after spending money on investment. In the same manner, i have allocated the cash prize for the winner. So, enjoying the Direction Path Math Quiz art, i have worked for several years to get a similar answer when totaled. I have got this Math Quiz Contest published in some magazines. I am willing to transfer the Cash Prize money to the Government of Tamil Nadu or to the Central government. What you say impossible, is becoming possible for someone, somewhere. Similarly, i say impossible, however, someone is working hard, announcing that I can. However, nobody has come forward claiming that he/she solved the math quiz and that the Cash Prize, be paid to them. Therefore, it gives me immense pleasure that all over the world many people are working to figure out the solution for this quiz. This makes my world proud and i feel proud of my work. Let this contest continue to those who have the positive attitude. I was born and educated in Sivagangai district. My school is Veeramamunivar middle school located in Ochchanthattu, Chaaththani Post, Ilayangudi Taluk. For the past 21 years, i am residing in Coimbatore. In case, the Government of Tamil Nadu also participate in this contest, i will bring honour to the Government of Tamil Nadu. Contact Pulavendran Kasbar. Mobile No - 9791945259. Language Tamil, Tamil Nadu. India
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Solidarity INTRODUCTION OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION The Solidarity Community Care Organisation (SCCO) is a Community-Based Organisation (CBO) providing Community-Based Healthcare and Development (CBHC+D) for its clients, members and Communit Read more ... y Health and Development Workers (CHW&D). This means that while providing care and support to its clients, the organisation must take care of its members and community health and development workers The goal of SCCO is to contribute meaningfully to the anti-HIV/AIDS and antipoverty efforts with the purpose of improving the health and welfare of HIV-positive people and communities affected by HIV/AIDS and poverty. Mr. Constancio Hishiyukifa Mwandingi founded the Solidarity Community Care Organisation on 24 March 2006, the same day that he was illegally fired from his job as a General Manager of TKMOAMS in Oshakati. Other founder members of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation are: 1. Mrs Mirjam Hangula, National Executive Committee Member and Vice –Chairperson, based in Khomas Region (0812217819; responsible for Khomas and Ohangwena regions); 2. MS Veronica Haimbodi, National Executive Committee Member and National Secretary, based in Khomas Region (0812141575; responsible for Khomas and Ohangwena regions); 3. Mrs Christophine Shipanga, National Executive Committee Member and Regional Representative, based in Oshikoto Region (0812949868; responsible for Omutsegonime community-Oshikoto Region); 4. Mrs Theopolina Nghishoongele, National Executive Committee Member and Regional Secretary, based in Oshikoto Region (0812587485; responsible for King Kauluma community-Oshikoto Region) 5. Ms Angelina Elago, National Executive Committee Member and Founder Member, based in Oshana Region (0813125141; responsible for Oshakati West-Oshana Region); 6. The late Ms Karen Shiimi, National Executive Committee Member and Regional Representative, was based in Oshana Region (was responsible for Oshakati West-Oshana Region);; 7. Ms Rebbeka Mwatange, Founder Member, based in Ohangwena Region (0812284121); and 8. Ms Ndahambelela Leonard, National Executive Committee Member and Regional Representative, based in Ohangwena Region (0813604932; responsible for Onekuta community). In addition, the Solidarity Community Care Organisation has an Advisory Council (AC) consisting of the following members: 1. Ms Hambeleleni Hainghumbi (0813575208); (Acting Chairperson) 2. Dr T Ithindi-Shipanga (0811277859); (Female) 3. Ms Letisia Vatileni (0812306132); 4. Andreas Muleka ( 0816740082); (Male) and 5. Dr David Uirab (0811275590) (Male, Acting Deputy Chair). The role of the Advisory Council is to oversee and advise the organisation on better strategies and methods for achieving its objectives. The Solidarity Community Care Organisation has 106 trained community health and development workers in Oshikoto, Ohangwena, Khomas and Oshana regions of Namibia who have been providing community-based healthcare and development services, namely HIV/AIDS and community-based healthcare and psychosocial support to more than 5000 clients per year since 2008. They have also been implementing income generation projects to eradicate poverty in four regions of Namibia. The work of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation was recognised when it was awarded the National Jet Community Awards 2008 for Namibia in 2008. Among the major achievements of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation is the building of a Community Health and Development Centre at Etope village, in Omulonga Constituency, Ohangwena Region, in 2009 with funding from the U.S. Ambassador’s Self-Help Program and the Jet Community Awards 2008. The Community Health and Development Centre of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation now provides potable water and electricity to the community of Etope and other nearby villages since 2011 thanks to the support from the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives. SUMMARY OF THE PROJECTS OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION In order to achieve its goals and objectives the Solidarity Community Care Organisation provides the following main programmes and services: 1. THE COMMUNITY BASED HEALTHCARE PROGRAMME This programme is primarily aimed at promoting Community Health and providing primary Community-Based Healthcare (CBHC). Under this programme, the organisation provides the following services: 1. Promotion of Community Health, including personal and environmental hygiene, safe water, sanitation and food production and availability; 2. Provision of high-quality Community-Based Healthcare to alleviate suffering, including Home-Based Care (HBC) for physical care and psychosocial support of clients, distributing painkillers, multivitamins and condoms to HIV-positive people and community members; 3. Helping HIV-positive people to live positive lifestyles through counselling; 4. Providing treatment support to people on ARV and TB medication and facilitating referrals between the organisation and local clinics and hospitals; 5. Training and supporting families, to enable them to care for their relatives at home; 6. Providing community training in HIV-AIDS and TB care and support; 7. Providing maternal and child health services within communities (counselling and encourage mothers to attend antenatal (ANC) services and fighting child malnutrition); and 8. Supporting Child immunisation campaigns. 2. THE COMMUNITY MOBILISATION, INFORMATION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMME This programme is primarily focusing on HIV PREVENTION by mobilising, informing and educating communities to prevent HIV through the following: a. Promotion of behavioural change, including reducing concurrent relationships and using condoms; b. Promotion of biomedical strategies, including male circumcision and the prevention of mother to child transmission; c. Promotion of treatment of HIV, other viruses and sexually transmitted infections; and d. The promotion of social justice and human rights in HIV-AIDS. 3. THE INCOME GENERATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY AND POVERTY ERADICATION PROGRAMME This programme is aimed at sustaining the organisation and its programmes and to contribute to poverty eradication in Namibia. For a successful implementation of this programme, the Solidarity Community Care Organisation needs funding for the following projects: 1. The setting up of Community Information Centres (CICs), as income generation projects, in the four regions and eight communities where the organisation works. 2. Sewing and Needlework Projects (sewing of school uniforms for orphans and vulnerable children as well as knitting of babies/children garments by organisation and community members). 3. Vegetable and Fruit Gardens Projects by organisation and the community members (small gardens, where fresh vegetables, including cabbages, carrots, sweet potatoes, egg-plants, peppers, lettuce, sugar cane, beans, maize, watermelons and pumpkins, will be grown to feed orphans and poor HIV-positive people. The fruit plants such as mangoes guavas, pears and oranges will be planted for the same purpose. Any surplus produces will be sold to the public for income generation to sustain the organisation and its programmes). 4. An Agricultural and Farming Implements Project for income generation (ploughing tractors are usually scarce in North-Central Regions of Namibia during the planting season. Thus, if SCCO acquires ploughs and other farm implements, it will be able to help its members and other communal farmers to cultivate their mahangu fields on time in order to produce food to ensure food availability and security while generating income to sustain the organisation and its programmes at the same time). The idea of setting up Community Information Centres (CICs) is to link Information Communication Technology (ICT) with HIV prevention and poverty eradication by attracting the public, especially people of 15-49 years age group, to these Centres with services such as the selling of recharge vouchers (or airtime) for cell phones, copying, typing, email and internet services. The idea is that while people are visiting the community information centres for the above-mentioned services, they will be given HIV prevention and treatment information using specifically designed leaflets and distributing condoms. These community information centres will run regular competitions concerning HIV prevention awareness and the winners will be rewarded with free recharge vouchers (or airtime) for their cell phones. Those who on their own ask for condoms from the centres will also be rewarded with recharge vouchers (or airtime) for their cell phones on a regular basis. In essence, the proposed community information centres will generate income for the organisation and create employment while contributing to HIV prevention simultaneously. 4. THE SUPPORT FOR ORPHANS AND VULNERABLE CHILDREN PROGRAMME This programme is primarily intended for supporting 400 children, attending two kindergartens and support centres run by women who are members of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation at Omutsegonime, Etope, Omadano and Otjomuise communities, in the Oshikoto, Ohangwena and Khomas regions respectively. The support to be provided under this programme, include shelter (because most of the kindergartens and support centres are presently run from under trees or from very poor structures), healthcare, schooling, clothing and feeding. 5. THE COMBATING OF GENDER BASED AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMME This programme is primarily aimed at contributing to the fight against Gender-Based and Domestic Violence (GBV) in the four regions and eight communities where the Solidarity Community Care Organisation works. GBV is endemic in Namibia and the organisation has decided to contribute actively and effectively to combating this scourge in order to promote gender equality in Namibia. Under this programme, the organisation needs funding to conduct eight 5-day workshops for 120 selected women and 60 men in the four regions to educate them on issues of Gender-Based Violence and its prevention by December 2015. THE RESOURCES AVAILABLE FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROGRAMMES OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION To implement its programmes, the Solidarity Community Care Organisation has a Community Health and Development Centre at Etope village in Omulonga Constituency, Ohangwena Region, and a Hammermill at King Kauluma village in Omuthiya Constituency, Oshikoto Region, as important assets, which have to a great extent improved its capability to deliver the necessary services to the beneficiary communities. In addition, the organisation has over 147 Members and Community-Based Healthcare & Development Workers who provide the actual services to the communities and manage its programmes and activities on a daily basis. The communities served by the organisation, especially community and political leaders at village, constituency, regional and national levels, support and provide land for the projects of the organisation in the four regions where the organisation operates. THE RATIONALE FOR THE PROJECTS OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION The main objectives of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation are as following: 1. To provide opportunities for individuals and communities to contribute meaningfully to the anti-HIV/AIDS efforts through community-based healthcare and support services. 2. To renew vigour and dedication to the anti-HIV/AIDS and anti-poverty efforts through community mobilisation, education and training of community members and community-based healthcare and development workers. 3. To provide truthful and correct information about HIV/AIDS to individuals and communities through HIV/AIDS counselling and information meetings. 4. To take HIV/AIDS care and support services, especially community-based healthcare, to individuals and remote communities who have no access to such services. 5. To provide HIV/AIDS treatment related information to individuals and communities, including coping with HIV, protection after infection, antiretroviral therapy (HAART) and prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT). 6. To genuinely and meaningfully advocate for the rights and responsibilities of HIV-positive people, particularly with regard to access to health and development services and their interactions with health workers. 7. To generate income to contribute to poverty eradication in Namibia and to sustain the organisation and its programmes. HISTORY AND PAST EXPERIENCE OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION The Solidarity Community Care Organisation is a registered Namibian Community-Based Organisation (CBO) founded on 24 March 2006. Mr Constancio Hishiyukifa Mwandingi founded the Solidarity Community Care Organisation on 24 March 2006 after being diagnosed with HIV in October 2004 and felt he needed to take whatever action he could to help eradicate HIV/AIDS and poverty and bestow a better future on Namibian children. To improve health and welfare in the communities where it works, the organisation trained 106 community-based healthcare and development workers in the Ohangwena, Oshikoto, Khomas and Oshana regions of Namibia since 2007 and built a Community Health and Development Centre at Etope village in Ohangwena Region in 2009 with funding from the U.S. Ambassador’s Self-Help Program and Jet Community Awards 2008. The community-based healthcare and development workers of the organisation have been providing community-based healthcare services (mostly AIDS care and support) in the four regions since 2007, reaching about 5000 people annually. Forty-one (41) existing members of the organisation still need to be trained in Community Based Healthcare and Development. PARTNERS OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION The active partners of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation are the communities of Etope in Ohangwena Region, Omutsegonime and King Kauluma in Oshikoto Region and its Community Care and Support Groups (CCSGs) in Khomas and Oshana regions and Tsumeb City respectively. The principal funding partner of the organisation is the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives, which has funded the Second Phase (Installations Phase-water and electricity connection) of the organisation’s Community Health and Development Centre at Etope Village, in the Omulonga Constituency, Ohangwena Region, to the tune of US$28,671 during 2010-2011. The US Ambassador’s Self-Help Program in Namibia and the Jet Community Awards 2008 funded the First Phase (Construction Phase) of the Community Health and Development Centre of the organisation from 2008 to 2009. As a partner, the German Embassy in Namibia funded the Hammermill Project of the organisation at King Kauluma village in the Oshikoto Region in 2008. Another important partner of the organisation is the Government of the Republic of Namibia, especially the Ministry of Health and Social Services, with which, the organisation is registered and provides it with Home-Based Care kits. LOCATION AND THE SOCIAL PROBLEMS BEING ADDRESSED BY SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION Although the Headquarters of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation are in Windhoek, in the Khomas Region, the organisation implements its projects in the Ohangwena, Oshikoto, Khomas and Oshana regions of Namibia, a catchment area with 942,500 people. In Ohangwena Region, the organisation works from Etope and Onekuta communities. It has a Community Health and Development Centre at Etope community, which is its most important asset. In Oshikoto Region, the organisation works from Omutsegonime and King Kauluma communities as well as in Tsumeb City. It has a Hammermill Project at King Kauluma community. In the Khomas Region, the organisation focuses its work on the informal settlements in Katutura-Tobias Hainyeko Constituency, although its members are from the various constituencies of the region. Its Headquarters are located in the Khomasdal suburb in the Khomasdal Constituency. In the Oshana Region, the majority of Solidarity Community Care Organisation members are in the Oshakati West Constituency. The organisation chose to implement its activities in the four regions because they are among the most affected by HIV/AIDS, with an HIV prevalence rate of about 21.2 % (see Surveillance Report of the 2014 National HIV Sentinel Survey). They are also among the poorest and populous regions in the country. The Khomas Region has relative poverty characterised by the existence of informal settlements with poor sanitation and high levels of urban poverty and unemployment. IMPLEMENTATION PLAN OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION The Solidarity Community Care Organisation is implementing its 5-Year Plan 2010-2015 after achieving satisfactory results from its activities over the past nine (9) years. The implementation of the present organisation’s 5-Year Plan 2010-2015 started in January 2010 and will end in December 2015. A major evaluation of the organisation’s activities will be conducted in January 2016 to guide the future development of the organisation. Depending on the availability of funds, the organisation is prepared to continue with the implementation of its on-going programmes and activities. The beneficiary communities are expected to continue providing support and land for running the organisation’s projects in view of the continued HIV prevalence. BENEFICIARIES OF THE PROJECTS OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION Over 90% of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation members are women, whose main economic activity is seasonal communal farming, mainly mahangu (millet) cultivation. The expected results of the projects of the organisation, in terms of quantity, include over 32,400 people in the four regions to be provided with basic community-based healthcare services through the Community Health Programme of the organisation until they reach health facilities. Moreover, at least 100 organisation and community members are expected to be employed in the sewing/knitting and gardening projects. Furthermore, the Solidarity Community Care Organisation and community members intend to start and run the following community projects from its community health and development centres in Ohangwena, Oshikoto, Khomas and Oshana regions for income generation and the sustainability of the organisation and its programmes: 1. The setting up of Community Information Centres (CICs) as income generation projects, in the regions where the organisation works. 2. Vegetable Gardens Projects ; small gardens, where fresh vegetables will be grown to feed orphans and needy HIV-positive people, while any surpluses of the produce will be sold to the public for income generation. 3. Sewing and Needlework Projects; sewing of school uniforms for orphans and vulnerable children as well as knitting of babies/children garments. 4. An Agricultural and Farming Implements Project for income generation in the regions where the organisation works. To succeed the organisation needs financial, material, technical and skills support to implement the planned activities and projects as proposed herein. SUSTAINABILITY OF THE PROJECTS OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION The Solidarity Community Care Organisation is going to sustain its projects by primarily starting and managing effectively the four (4) above-mentioned income generation initiatives. HOW TO SUPPORT AND JOIN THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION (SCCO) a. To support and join the Solidarity Community Care Organisation (SCCO) contact: Mr. Constancio Hishiyukifa Mwandingi, Founding and Executive Chairperson, at: TEL: +264 61 211704 MOBILE: +264 81 237 4937 E-MAIL: solidaritycomcare@gmail.com b. You can also donate directly to Solidarity Community Care Organisation using the following Banking Details: Name of Bank: Standard Bank Namibia Ltd, Windhoek Branch Account Name: Solidarity Community Care Organisation, Savings Account Account Number: 140906436 Branch Code: 082372 Swift Code: SBNMNANX Address of Bank: Standard Bank Namibia Ltd, Windhoek Branch, 261 Independence Avenue P O Box 13177 Windhoek, Namibia c. Please inform us about any direct donations by contacting us at the following numbers and e-mail address: TEL: +264 61 211704 MOBILE: +264 81 237 4937 E-MAIL: solidaritycomcare@gmail.com d. Any person who agrees with the goals and objectives of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation (SCCO) can join the organisation by paying an annual membership fee of N$30.00. However, the organisation, above all, welcomes HIV-positive persons and those dedicated to the antiHIV/AIDS and antipoverty efforts. e. Visit our Website: https://sites.google.com/site/solidaritycomcare to learn more about SCCO and its programmes.
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Welcomme to the Solidarity Community Care Organiasation. The purpose of this site is to inform the public about our orgnisation. Its goals and objectives, its programmes and acitivies. The Site will also keep our clients, paerners and friends about t Read more ... he current activities of the Organisation. we will…
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El INTRODUCTION OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION The Solidarity Community Care Organisation (SCCO) is a Community-Based Organisation (CBO) providing Community-Based Healthcare and Development (CBHC+D) for its clients, members and Communit Read more ... y Health and Development Workers (CHW&D). This means that while providing care and support to its clients, the organisation must take care of its members and community health and development workers The goal of SCCO is to contribute meaningfully to the anti-HIV/AIDS and antipoverty efforts with the purpose of improving the health and welfare of HIV-positive people and communities affected by HIV/AIDS and poverty. Mr. Constancio Hishiyukifa Mwandingi founded the Solidarity Community Care Organisation on 24 March 2006, the same day that he was illegally fired from his job as a General Manager of TKMOAMS in Oshakati. Other founder members of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation are: 1. Mrs Mirjam Hangula, National Executive Committee Member and Vice –Chairperson, based in Khomas Region (0812217819; responsible for Khomas and Ohangwena regions); 2. MS Veronica Haimbodi, National Executive Committee Member and National Secretary, based in Khomas Region (0812141575; responsible for Khomas and Ohangwena regions); 3. Mrs Christophine Shipanga, National Executive Committee Member and Regional Representative, based in Oshikoto Region (0812949868; responsible for Omutsegonime community-Oshikoto Region); 4. Mrs Theopolina Nghishoongele, National Executive Committee Member and Regional Secretary, based in Oshikoto Region (0812587485; responsible for King Kauluma community-Oshikoto Region) 5. Ms Angelina Elago, National Executive Committee Member and Founder Member, based in Oshana Region (0813125141; responsible for Oshakati West-Oshana Region); 6. The late Ms Karen Shiimi, National Executive Committee Member and Regional Representative, was based in Oshana Region (was responsible for Oshakati West-Oshana Region);; 7. Ms Rebbeka Mwatange, Founder Member, based in Ohangwena Region (0812284121); and 8. Ms Ndahambelela Leonard, National Executive Committee Member and Regional Representative, based in Ohangwena Region (0813604932; responsible for Onekuta community). In addition, the Solidarity Community Care Organisation has an Advisory Council (AC) consisting of the following members: 1. Ms Hambeleleni Hainghumbi (0813575208); (Acting Chairperson) 2. Dr T Ithindi-Shipanga (0811277859); (Female) 3. Ms Letisia Vatileni (0812306132); 4. Andreas Muleka ( 0816740082); (Male) and 5. Dr David Uirab (0811275590) (Male, Acting Deputy Chair). The role of the Advisory Council is to oversee and advise the organisation on better strategies and methods for achieving its objectives. The Solidarity Community Care Organisation has 106 trained community health and development workers in Oshikoto, Ohangwena, Khomas and Oshana regions of Namibia who have been providing community-based healthcare and development services, namely HIV/AIDS and community-based healthcare and psychosocial support to more than 5000 clients per year since 2008. They have also been implementing income generation projects to eradicate poverty in four regions of Namibia. The work of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation was recognised when it was awarded the National Jet Community Awards 2008 for Namibia in 2008. Among the major achievements of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation is the building of a Community Health and Development Centre at Etope village, in Omulonga Constituency, Ohangwena Region, in 2009 with funding from the U.S. Ambassador’s Self-Help Program and the Jet Community Awards 2008. The Community Health and Development Centre of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation now provides potable water and electricity to the community of Etope and other nearby villages since 2011 thanks to the support from the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives. SUMMARY OF THE PROJECTS OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION In order to achieve its goals and objectives the Solidarity Community Care Organisation provides the following main programmes and services: 1. THE COMMUNITY BASED HEALTHCARE PROGRAMME This programme is primarily aimed at promoting Community Health and providing primary Community-Based Healthcare (CBHC). Under this programme, the organisation provides the following services: 1. Promotion of Community Health, including personal and environmental hygiene, safe water, sanitation and food production and availability; 2. Provision of high-quality Community-Based Healthcare to alleviate suffering, including Home-Based Care (HBC) for physical care and psychosocial support of clients, distributing painkillers, multivitamins and condoms to HIV-positive people and community members; 3. Helping HIV-positive people to live positive lifestyles through counselling; 4. Providing treatment support to people on ARV and TB medication and facilitating referrals between the organisation and local clinics and hospitals; 5. Training and supporting families, to enable them to care for their relatives at home; 6. Providing community training in HIV-AIDS and TB care and support; 7. Providing maternal and child health services within communities (counselling and encourage mothers to attend antenatal (ANC) services and fighting child malnutrition); and 8. Supporting Child immunisation campaigns. 2. THE COMMUNITY MOBILISATION, INFORMATION AND EDUCATION PROGRAMME This programme is primarily focusing on HIV PREVENTION by mobilising, informing and educating communities to prevent HIV through the following: a. Promotion of behavioural change, including reducing concurrent relationships and using condoms; b. Promotion of biomedical strategies, including male circumcision and the prevention of mother to child transmission; c. Promotion of treatment of HIV, other viruses and sexually transmitted infections; and d. The promotion of social justice and human rights in HIV-AIDS. 3. THE INCOME GENERATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY AND POVERTY ERADICATION PROGRAMME This programme is aimed at sustaining the organisation and its programmes and to contribute to poverty eradication in Namibia. For a successful implementation of this programme, the Solidarity Community Care Organisation needs funding for the following projects: 1. The setting up of Community Information Centres (CICs), as income generation projects, in the four regions and eight communities where the organisation works. 2. Sewing and Needlework Projects (sewing of school uniforms for orphans and vulnerable children as well as knitting of babies/children garments by organisation and community members). 3. Vegetable and Fruit Gardens Projects by organisation and the community members (small gardens, where fresh vegetables, including cabbages, carrots, sweet potatoes, egg-plants, peppers, lettuce, sugar cane, beans, maize, watermelons and pumpkins, will be grown to feed orphans and poor HIV-positive people. The fruit plants such as mangoes guavas, pears and oranges will be planted for the same purpose. Any surplus produces will be sold to the public for income generation to sustain the organisation and its programmes). 4. An Agricultural and Farming Implements Project for income generation (ploughing tractors are usually scarce in North-Central Regions of Namibia during the planting season. Thus, if SCCO acquires ploughs and other farm implements, it will be able to help its members and other communal farmers to cultivate their mahangu fields on time in order to produce food to ensure food availability and security while generating income to sustain the organisation and its programmes at the same time). The idea of setting up Community Information Centres (CICs) is to link Information Communication Technology (ICT) with HIV prevention and poverty eradication by attracting the public, especially people of 15-49 years age group, to these Centres with services such as the selling of recharge vouchers (or airtime) for cell phones, copying, typing, email and internet services. The idea is that while people are visiting the community information centres for the above-mentioned services, they will be given HIV prevention and treatment information using specifically designed leaflets and distributing condoms. These community information centres will run regular competitions concerning HIV prevention awareness and the winners will be rewarded with free recharge vouchers (or airtime) for their cell phones. Those who on their own ask for condoms from the centres will also be rewarded with recharge vouchers (or airtime) for their cell phones on a regular basis. In essence, the proposed community information centres will generate income for the organisation and create employment while contributing to HIV prevention simultaneously. 4. THE SUPPORT FOR ORPHANS AND VULNERABLE CHILDREN PROGRAMME This programme is primarily intended for supporting 400 children, attending two kindergartens and support centres run by women who are members of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation at Omutsegonime, Etope, Omadano and Otjomuise communities, in the Oshikoto, Ohangwena and Khomas regions respectively. The support to be provided under this programme, include shelter (because most of the kindergartens and support centres are presently run from under trees or from very poor structures), healthcare, schooling, clothing and feeding. 5. THE COMBATING OF GENDER BASED AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMME This programme is primarily aimed at contributing to the fight against Gender-Based and Domestic Violence (GBV) in the four regions and eight communities where the Solidarity Community Care Organisation works. GBV is endemic in Namibia and the organisation has decided to contribute actively and effectively to combating this scourge in order to promote gender equality in Namibia. Under this programme, the organisation needs funding to conduct eight 5-day workshops for 120 selected women and 60 men in the four regions to educate them on issues of Gender-Based Violence and its prevention by December 2015. THE RESOURCES AVAILABLE FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROGRAMMES OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION To implement its programmes, the Solidarity Community Care Organisation has a Community Health and Development Centre at Etope village in Omulonga Constituency, Ohangwena Region, and a Hammermill at King Kauluma village in Omuthiya Constituency, Oshikoto Region, as important assets, which have to a great extent improved its capability to deliver the necessary services to the beneficiary communities. In addition, the organisation has over 147 Members and Community-Based Healthcare & Development Workers who provide the actual services to the communities and manage its programmes and activities on a daily basis. The communities served by the organisation, especially community and political leaders at village, constituency, regional and national levels, support and provide land for the projects of the organisation in the four regions where the organisation operates. THE RATIONALE FOR THE PROJECTS OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION The main objectives of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation are as following: 1. To provide opportunities for individuals and communities to contribute meaningfully to the anti-HIV/AIDS efforts through community-based healthcare and support services. 2. To renew vigour and dedication to the anti-HIV/AIDS and anti-poverty efforts through community mobilisation, education and training of community members and community-based healthcare and development workers. 3. To provide truthful and correct information about HIV/AIDS to individuals and communities through HIV/AIDS counselling and information meetings. 4. To take HIV/AIDS care and support services, especially community-based healthcare, to individuals and remote communities who have no access to such services. 5. To provide HIV/AIDS treatment related information to individuals and communities, including coping with HIV, protection after infection, antiretroviral therapy (HAART) and prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT). 6. To genuinely and meaningfully advocate for the rights and responsibilities of HIV-positive people, particularly with regard to access to health and development services and their interactions with health workers. 7. To generate income to contribute to poverty eradication in Namibia and to sustain the organisation and its programmes. HISTORY AND PAST EXPERIENCE OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION The Solidarity Community Care Organisation is a registered Namibian Community-Based Organisation (CBO) founded on 24 March 2006. Mr Constancio Hishiyukifa Mwandingi founded the Solidarity Community Care Organisation on 24 March 2006 after being diagnosed with HIV in October 2004 and felt he needed to take whatever action he could to help eradicate HIV/AIDS and poverty and bestow a better future on Namibian children. To improve health and welfare in the communities where it works, the organisation trained 106 community-based healthcare and development workers in the Ohangwena, Oshikoto, Khomas and Oshana regions of Namibia since 2007 and built a Community Health and Development Centre at Etope village in Ohangwena Region in 2009 with funding from the U.S. Ambassador’s Self-Help Program and Jet Community Awards 2008. The community-based healthcare and development workers of the organisation have been providing community-based healthcare services (mostly AIDS care and support) in the four regions since 2007, reaching about 5000 people annually. Forty-one (41) existing members of the organisation still need to be trained in Community Based Healthcare and Development. PARTNERS OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION The active partners of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation are the communities of Etope in Ohangwena Region, Omutsegonime and King Kauluma in Oshikoto Region and its Community Care and Support Groups (CCSGs) in Khomas and Oshana regions and Tsumeb City respectively. The principal funding partner of the organisation is the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives, which has funded the Second Phase (Installations Phase-water and electricity connection) of the organisation’s Community Health and Development Centre at Etope Village, in the Omulonga Constituency, Ohangwena Region, to the tune of US$28,671 during 2010-2011. The US Ambassador’s Self-Help Program in Namibia and the Jet Community Awards 2008 funded the First Phase (Construction Phase) of the Community Health and Development Centre of the organisation from 2008 to 2009. As a partner, the German Embassy in Namibia funded the Hammermill Project of the organisation at King Kauluma village in the Oshikoto Region in 2008. Another important partner of the organisation is the Government of the Republic of Namibia, especially the Ministry of Health and Social Services, with which, the organisation is registered and provides it with Home-Based Care kits. LOCATION AND THE SOCIAL PROBLEMS BEING ADDRESSED BY SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION Although the Headquarters of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation are in Windhoek, in the Khomas Region, the organisation implements its projects in the Ohangwena, Oshikoto, Khomas and Oshana regions of Namibia, a catchment area with 942,500 people. In Ohangwena Region, the organisation works from Etope and Onekuta communities. It has a Community Health and Development Centre at Etope community, which is its most important asset. In Oshikoto Region, the organisation works from Omutsegonime and King Kauluma communities as well as in Tsumeb City. It has a Hammermill Project at King Kauluma community. In the Khomas Region, the organisation focuses its work on the informal settlements in Katutura-Tobias Hainyeko Constituency, although its members are from the various constituencies of the region. Its Headquarters are located in the Khomasdal suburb in the Khomasdal Constituency. In the Oshana Region, the majority of Solidarity Community Care Organisation members are in the Oshakati West Constituency. The organisation chose to implement its activities in the four regions because they are among the most affected by HIV/AIDS, with an HIV prevalence rate of about 21.2 % (see Surveillance Report of the 2014 National HIV Sentinel Survey). They are also among the poorest and populous regions in the country. The Khomas Region has relative poverty characterised by the existence of informal settlements with poor sanitation and high levels of urban poverty and unemployment. IMPLEMENTATION PLAN OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION The Solidarity Community Care Organisation is implementing its 5-Year Plan 2010-2015 after achieving satisfactory results from its activities over the past nine (9) years. The implementation of the present organisation’s 5-Year Plan 2010-2015 started in January 2010 and will end in December 2015. A major evaluation of the organisation’s activities will be conducted in January 2016 to guide the future development of the organisation. Depending on the availability of funds, the organisation is prepared to continue with the implementation of its on-going programmes and activities. The beneficiary communities are expected to continue providing support and land for running the organisation’s projects in view of the continued HIV prevalence. BENEFICIARIES OF THE PROJECTS OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION Over 90% of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation members are women, whose main economic activity is seasonal communal farming, mainly mahangu (millet) cultivation. The expected results of the projects of the organisation, in terms of quantity, include over 32,400 people in the four regions to be provided with basic community-based healthcare services through the Community Health Programme of the organisation until they reach health facilities. Moreover, at least 100 organisation and community members are expected to be employed in the sewing/knitting and gardening projects. Furthermore, the Solidarity Community Care Organisation and community members intend to start and run the following community projects from its community health and development centres in Ohangwena, Oshikoto, Khomas and Oshana regions for income generation and the sustainability of the organisation and its programmes: 1. The setting up of Community Information Centres (CICs) as income generation projects, in the regions where the organisation works. 2. Vegetable Gardens Projects ; small gardens, where fresh vegetables will be grown to feed orphans and needy HIV-positive people, while any surpluses of the produce will be sold to the public for income generation. 3. Sewing and Needlework Projects; sewing of school uniforms for orphans and vulnerable children as well as knitting of babies/children garments. 4. An Agricultural and Farming Implements Project for income generation in the regions where the organisation works. To succeed the organisation needs financial, material, technical and skills support to implement the planned activities and projects as proposed herein. SUSTAINABILITY OF THE PROJECTS OF THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION The Solidarity Community Care Organisation is going to sustain its projects by primarily starting and managing effectively the four (4) above-mentioned income generation initiatives. HOW TO SUPPORT AND JOIN THE SOLIDARITY COMMUNITY CARE ORGANISATION (SCCO) a. To support and join the Solidarity Community Care Organisation (SCCO) contact: Mr. Constancio Hishiyukifa Mwandingi, Founding and Executive Chairperson, at: TEL: +264 61 211704 MOBILE: +264 81 237 4937 E-MAIL: solidaritycomcare@gmail.com b. You can also donate directly to Solidarity Community Care Organisation using the following Banking Details: Name of Bank: Standard Bank Namibia Ltd, Windhoek Branch Account Name: Solidarity Community Care Organisation, Savings Account Account Number: 140906436 Branch Code: 082372 Swift Code: SBNMNANX Address of Bank: Standard Bank Namibia Ltd, Windhoek Branch, 261 Independence Avenue P O Box 13177 Windhoek, Namibia c. Please inform us about any direct donations by contacting us at the following numbers and e-mail address: TEL: +264 61 211704 MOBILE: +264 81 237 4937 E-MAIL: solidaritycomcare@gmail.com d. Any person who agrees with the goals and objectives of the Solidarity Community Care Organisation (SCCO) can join the organisation by paying an annual membership fee of N$30.00. However, the organisation, above all, welcomes HIV-positive persons and those dedicated to the antiHIV/AIDS and antipoverty efforts. e. Visit our Website: https://sites.google.com/site/solidaritycomcare to learn more about SCCO and its programmes.
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This brief closes on the 7th February 2015 at 5pm and is open to IdeasTap members aged 16 to 30 on the closing date. http://www.ideastap.com/Opportunities/Brief/Ideas-Fund-Innovators-16-to-22-070214#Overview DEADLINE 7 FEBRUARY 2015 SPORT ENGLAND’S PROTECTING PLAYING FIELDS PROGRAMME Sport England has announced round 7 of their Protecting Playing Fields Programme (PPF) has opened for applications. PPF supports projects that help communities maximise the sporting benefits of playing field land. In the previous funding rounds, grants of between £10,000 and £65,000 were available to provide new playing fields, bring into use disused playing fields or improve existing playing fields in order to establish and/or host a community club-schools link. Approximately £4 million is available in each funding round. The first six rounds of funding has benefited 399 projects who have been able to either create new natural turf pitches or improve existing ones that needed levelling or drainage works. Applications can be submitted by organisations such as voluntary or community organisations, local authorities, sports clubs, playing field associations, charities and schools. All local authority and school based projects will require a Community Use Agreement with Sport England. http://www.sportengland.org/funding/protecting_playing_fields.aspx DEADLINE 9 FEBRUARY 2015 THE STEM ENHANCEMENT AND ENRICHMENT GRANTS Through the schemes, grants of up to £500 are available to schools and academies to enhance and enrich any subject from the STEM Directories. The scheme is designed to raise awareness and use of enrichment activities and to support the professional of staff whilst enhancing the learning experience of STEM subjects in the school. The STEM Directories provide an easy way to find Enhancement and Enrichment (E&E) opportunities to support science, engineering, design and mathematics teaching. Some schemes bring activities into a school, others can provide a memorable day out for students or a nationwide competition to help motivate a science club. They might involve bringing a real scientist, engineer or mathematician into the classroom, give students access to equipment not readily available or simulate real-life applications of science and technology. Many schemes can provide supporting teaching materials to help get the most of the activity. http://www.stemdirectories.org.uk/grants/ DEADLINE 9 FEBRUARY 2015 FRIEZE ARTIST AWARD 2015 Opportunity to present "ambitious, site-specific work as part of the Frieze Projects programme". The Award is open to UK and international artists between 25–40 years of age. Artists are invited to propose a new work to be realized at Frieze London 2015 as part of its critically acclaimed Frieze Projects programme, produced under the guidance of curator Nicola Lees and the Frieze Projects team. Proposals should "respond to the environment of the London fair. Applicants will be judged on the innovative nature of their proposal and the potential for its realization at Frieze London." Entrance to the Award is by open submission and further details on the scope of the Award are detailed on the Frieze Projects website. The award will include a budget of up to £20,000 for production, research and development, artist fees and travel expenses. http://friezeprojects.org/faa-award DEADLINE 10 FEBRUARY 2015 HILTON FOUNDATION CENTRAL GRANTS PROGRAMME Registered Charities can apply for grants ranging from a few hundred pounds up to £30,000 per year for up to 2 years that are working in the areas of education or health with one of the Foundation' four chosen focus groups. These are: Children and young people with disabilities Children and young people who are sick in hospital Children and young people who are homeless Children and young people who are life limited (requiring palliative care). There is approximately £150,000 available to distribute each quarter. Grant applications for up to £10,000 can be approved by the Committee, and applications for more than £10,000 are recommended to the Trustees for final approval. There is no limit on the amount of money that a charity can request. However, the Foundation is a small charity and generally will not make awards of over £30,000 (per year). Funding can be requested for up to 2 years for any particular project. https://www.hilton-foundation.org.uk/apply.html DEADLINE 10 FEBRUARY 2015 MOMENTUM MUSIC FUND The Momentum Music Fund is a financial resource for talented artists and bands to help further their careers. 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Touring/Key live dates (UK only), eg paying for travel and accommodation, session musicians, set/production design, sound engineers, tour management, instrument/equipment hire etc. Recording, eg hiring and working with a producer, physical reproduction, studio hire, session musician fees, artist/band writing fees etc. Marketing, eg PR costs, website development, social media, online PR, digital strategist, merchandise, radio plugging, music video production etc. Anything else that will help the applicant to develop professionally and creatively. The Fund is open to applications from artists and bands in England that are at a crucial point in their development, with the potential to significantly further their career within the next two years. Applications can be submitted by the artists themselves or those who are working on their behalf, eg a manager, an independent label or publisher. http://www.prsformusicfoundation.com/Funding/Momentum-Music-Fund DEADLINE 10 FEBRUARY 2015 ART AT THE BRIDGE #6: “TIDES OF CHANGE, CHARTING LIFE’S EBBS AND FLOWS" With over half a million visitors on the previous exhibition we are excited to announce that Art at the Bridge is back! The bi-annual contemporary art exhibition organised by Southwark Arts Forum (SAF) in partnership with Tower Bridge has reached its sixth edition and will take place over 6 months, starting on Wednesday 11th March 2015 at Tower Bridge Victorian Engine Rooms. This is an exceptional opportunity for artists to have work seen by hundreds of thousands of people from all across the globe in a world-renowned landmark. We are looking to exhibit fantastic works in Tower Bridge, which will be made up of paintings, collage, drawing, mixed media, prints, photos and video are all welcomed. The theme behind the show is “Tides of change, charting life’s ebbs and flows”. Art at the Bridge #6 is exclusively open for members of the Southwark Arts Forum; Membership is open at £30/year (concessions apply). Email your work at: events@southwarkartsforum.org http://www.southwarkartsforum.org/index.php?pagename=art-at-the-bridge-6 DEADLINE 11 FEBRUARY 2015 PUMP HOUSE GALLERY PROJECTION Artists submit work to be projected onto the gallery building. Selected artworks are projected onto the gallery building from Friday 27 February – Sunday 1 March 5.30pm-9pm. These events will also offer a drinks reception and guided exhibition tours. Works are no longer than 3 minutes 30 seconds and can include sound. 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"The project seeks to develop a legacy artwork that will reflect the Cairns’ community and their involvement with the Building Peace through the Arts – Re-Imaging Communities Programme and its themes of community cohesion, regeneration through the arts, positive relations at the local level, peace and reconciliation, connecting communities." http://www.publicartonline.org.uk/downloads/news/Artists%20Brief%20Cairns%20Residents%20Group.pdf DEADLINE 13 FEBRUARY 2015 METAL: NETPARK Three artists – working from a starting point in any artistic discipline – to create a digital artwork for a public park in Southend on Sea. These commissions are part of the first phase of a larger project, to create NetPark - an initiative developed by Metal to create a digital layer of new purpose-built, site specific, digital artworks for Chalkwell Park in Southend-on-Sea. The commissions are open to artists from all art-forms. Metal works in an inter-disciplinary way encouraging artists to experiment and blur boundaries. We do not expect artists to necessarily have advanced digital skills but we are interested in practitioners who can demonstrate how their work might translate into digital form within the ‘layer’ for the park. The fee is£5,000. http://www.metalculture.com/netpark-artists-application/ DEADLINE 13 FEBRUARY 2015 ENGINE ROOM - SOUND ART COMPETITION EMAIL jessa.harris@morleycollege.ac.uk Submit new sound art – including audio and audio-visual pieces, interactive works, installations and graphic scores. "Selected works will be eligible for a number of prizes and may also be invited to exhibit at an accompanying exhibition at Morley Gallery, London, from 12 May – 12 June 2015". Entry costs £10 https://engineroomlondon.org/pages/about DEADLINE 15 FEBRUARY 2015 EU ACTION GRANTS PROMOTING UNION CITIZENSHIP The European Commission is seeking proposals for Action Grants for projects that promote Union citizenship. In particular the Commission wants to fund projects that facilitate the exercise of the right to free movement and the electoral rights deriving from the citizenship. Proposals should raise awareness and improve knowledge about the EU rules on free movement and foster the successful inclusion and participation of mobile EU citizens in the host EU country's civic and political life. Applicants and partners must be legally constituted public or private organisations, or international organisations, in an EU member country or Iceland. The minimum grant is €75,000 but there is no upper limit. http://euroalert.net/en/calls.aspx?idc=3072 DEADLINE 15 FEBRUARY 2015 LIMO: ASSOCIATE MEMBERS' OPEN ADDRESS LIMBO, Substation Project Space, 2 Bilton Square, High Street, Margate, Kent CT9 1EE Associate Members (who pay £15 to become so) are invited to submit up to three works for consideration. The exhibition will take place in March and April 2015. http://www.limboarts.co.uk/ DEADLINE 16 FEBRUARY 2015 THE NEW IMMORTALS Contact: Judith Alder thenewimmortals@gmail.com Proposals or submissions of work are invited for a curated exhibition, The New Immortals, to take place in 2016. The New Immortals exhibition will begin at Phoenix Brighton, and, subject to funding and partnerships, potentially tour to other UK venues. Artists are invited to submit work and/or expressions of interest for inclusion in the exhibition. Exhibition/commission fee/expenses available subject to a successful funding bid. 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However, an application may be considered from a school if it can be clearly demonstrated that the wider community has significant opportunities to use the facility and the facility is run by an organisation that is separate from the school (although the school may be represented); and access to the facility for community use must be via an entrance that is separate from the school. http://www.sitatrust.org.uk/community-funding APPLICATION DEADLINE NOTIFICATION OF DECISION BY 5pm on 16th February 2015 17th April 2015 5pm on 13th April 2015 12th June 2015 5pm on 15th June 2015 14th August 2015 5pm on 17th August 2015 16th October 2015 5pm on 19th October 2015 18th December 2015 http://www.sitatrust.org.uk/community-funding DEADLINE 16 FEBRUARY SOLUTIONS FOR AN AGEING SOCIETY FAST GROWTH AWARDS UnLtd, the charity for social entrepreneurs and the Coutts Foundation have announced that they are starting a new pilot venture which will help deal with the challenges faced by an ageing population including harnessing the experience, expertise and creativity of older people. 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