Women’s group will use grant money to help small businesses in need

Through wpeditor | to December 31, 2021 Women’s Economic Ventures will receive $ 105,000 in funding to help small businesses that have been negatively affected by the pandemic. The grant, awarded by Wells Fargo’s Open for Business Fund and the National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders, will help increase …

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Family factors affect a child’s chances of having a cleft palate – Consumer Health News

THURSDAY, December 30, 2021 (HealthDay News) – The economic situation appears to be linked to an increased risk of being born with a cleft palate or lip, new research suggests, building on past evidence that it can also lead to delayed care and poorer results. Cleft palate and cleft lip …

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Put women in charge of the world’s money and see less spent on war, more on education

Women should be responsible for the world’s money, historian Lucy Worsley said, arguing it would mean less spending on war and more on education. Dr Worsley, broadcaster and joint chief curator of the historic Royal Palaces, said the move would result in “very different spending priorities”, resulting in a major …

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HSBC Completes First Insurance-Backed Receivable Financing Transaction in Bangladesh

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (HSBC) in Bangladesh recently completed the country’s first insurance-backed receivables financing transaction for MBM Garments Ltd. The proposal was rolled out in accordance with HSBC’s debt financing model and local regulations, whereby the customer gets an early payment on their deferred term exports from …

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Holiday Bowl dropped as virus problems hit UCLA ahead of kick-off

SAN DIEGO (AP) – The Holiday Bowl became the fifth college football game of the playoffs to be called off when UCLA was forced to retire hours before kickoff on Tuesday due to COVID concerns- 19 with the team. The Bruins were scheduled to face the No. 18 North Carolina …

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7. Chubb announced changes in the management of financial lines

Leadership changes, whether new hires or promotions, continue to feature prominently among Business insurance most read articles, and announcement by Chubb Ltd. of several changes at the head of its financial insurance division in North America was another example. In February, Chubb announced that it had promoted Leigh Anne Sherman, …

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Mayor Fischer announces expanded eligibility for small business loans and commercial renovation

For 40 years, the board of directors of the Metropolitan Business Development Corporation (METCO) has supported small businesses in Jefferson County through various loan programs, including this year when it approved nearly 3, $ 2 million in low interest loans to help small businesses. Today, Mayor Greg Fischer announced that …

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One Woman from Sterling Bank Partners with QSE Foundation to Empower Women

Sterling Bank Plc, through its One Woman proposal, worked with the QSE Foundation to empower women in the Ikate Elegushi community of Lekki in Lagos State by providing them with credit facilities. The Women’s Empowerment Program, which is a focal point for One Woman at Sterling Bank, will enable women …

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B.C.’s Health Care Waiting Period Forces Immigrants to Choose

British Columbia’s three-month wait for provincial health benefits hits racialized immigrant and migrant women the hardest, forcing them to choose between basic health care or food and other necessities, according to a new study. Without access to timely routine examinations and tests during the waiting period, especially for pregnant parents …

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WCCI chief says government should grant low-interest loans to women entrepreneurs

LAHORE: The government should provide loans to women entrepreneurs with a six percent mark-up, Lahore Women’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Sam Ali Dada said in an interview with Business Recorder. She said banks should provide low-rate loans to women who want to start their own businesses so that …

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