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Archives for May 9, 2022

Cayman: COVID-19 Update – 9 May, 227 NEW Positives (6-8 May)

Public Health has released COVID-19 figures for 9 May. Positive cases reported to Public Health during this period are currently as follows: Friday 06/05/2022 86 Saturday 07/05/2022 70 Sunday 08/05/2022 71 There are 1,427 estimated active cases of COVID-19 in the Cayman Islands. Ten persons are currently hospitalized for COVID-19 related causes, four of whom […]

The world in 2030 according to WEF, Martin

By Melissa Martin What will the world be like in 2030 according to a few WEF members? That’s only 8 years into the future.   The World Economic Forum (aka New World Order) predicts a future that looks a lot like China’s country of communism. “You’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy,” proclaims Schwab. At least […]

Interested in getting your AI for Healthcare certificate? Join the next cohort

Emeritus on behalf of NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine Why study AI for Healthcare? Artificial intelligence (AI) has revolutionised healthcare. From data management to drug discovery and development to clinical practice and patient care, AI technologies and innovations continue to optimise and advance medical services. Whether you want to gain the knowledge to […]

Migrants recount horrific experiences in Libya

“Miriam Karmali, Freedom United” May 8, 2022 News Digest OUR CAMPAIGN ISSUES IN THE NEWS HumanSuccess! U.K. takes action against forced organ harvesting The U.K. has passed new legislation that will prevent British nationals from traveling abroad to receive an organ transplant. Over 31,000 of you in the Freedom United community have been calling on the U.K. […]

 Is a food shortage coming? Martin

By Melissa Martin Rumblings around the globe are predicting a food shortage, but can the citizens believe the power-driven politicians and the lying leaders? Even leaders of sovereign nations are known to manipulate and spew falsehoods. Why? Because they can – especially when the mainstream media is in their back pocket and their front pocket.   […]

Transform your approach to marketing | NUS Business School’s Digital Marketing programme

From Emeritus Digital Marketing: Strategies, Models and Frameworks Marketing and advertising in the digital age requires agility and an adoption of the modern tools and tactics necessary for reaching audiences far and wide. Does your business have effective strategies and practices in place to make meaningful connections with today’s consumers? Programme Details STARTS ON 16 […]

Good Food for Cat’s Mood

Humans have a fundamental need for food; it provides us with energy and health to deal with the stresses of daily life. We cannot exist without food, and without nourishment for an extended time, we get restless. Like us, cats need food to survive and nourish their agile bodies. Do you know that hunting for […]

At COP 15, IFAD calls for immediate long-term investments in land restoration and climate resilience to ensure global food security

From IFAD Rome, 9 May 2022:  With land degradation gaining ground and affecting up to 40% of lands on Earth, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) today called for a significant increase in investments to help small-scale farmers protect and restore lands and ecosystems, build their resilience to climate change, and ensure long-term global […]

adidas and Parley for the Oceans unite sporting communities across the globe to Run for the Oceans

adidas x Parley’s global impact initiative, Run for the Oceans, returns for its fifth year, uniting sporting communities across the planet More activities than ever will be eligible for Run for the Oceans, with the introduction of tennis, wheelchair movement, football and more People across the world can take part by signing-up to the challenge […]

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