Related119 New Members Added to ISCF FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail The complement of the Island Special Constabulary Force (ISCF), has been boosted with the addition of 119 new members, comprising 88 males and 31 females.On July 4, the new members were presented with certificates at a Passing-Out Parade, held at the Carl Rattray Training College in Runaway Bay, St. Ann.“These 119 persons are graduating at a critical juncture in our history. I say it is a critical juncture for two reasons. Firstly, because of the alarming state of crime and violence in our country and secondly, because we are on the cusp of a new era of policing in Jamaica,” State Minister in the Ministry of National Security, Senator Arthur Williams said at the ceremony.He pointed out that since the start of 2008, there have been 826 murders, 747 cases of shooting, 386 cases of rape, 211 cases of carnal abuse, 107 cases of larceny, 967 cases of break-ins and 1,183 cases of robbery.“It is not going to be easy, because there are some criminals out there who are waging war against both citizens and the security forces, with the aim of terrorizing and intimidating the entire society. These terrorist gunmen would like to believe that the gun gives power not to obey the laws of the land, but gives them the freedom to rob, to rape, to shoot and murder at will,” Senator Williams said, adding that the persons who were committing those criminal offences were in the minority.He reminded the graduates that there were still decent law abiding citizens in the society and that they should be treated with respect.“You are being given enormous power – the power to deprive people of their liberty. You must only exercise that power when it is absolutely necessary and even then you must have due regard for the rights of people and continue to treat them with respect,” the State Minister urged the graduates.He welcomed them to the ISCF and wished them all the best as they work to make communities safer. Related119 New Members Added to ISCF 119 New Members Added to ISCF UncategorizedJuly 8, 2008 Related119 New Members Added to ISCF Advertisements
“By helping to improve the quality anddelivery of urban water supply services in Juba city and strengthening ruralwater supply and sanitation services, the project will greatly assist itstarget population,” said AfDB country manager for South Sudan, Benedict Kanu. About $2 million grantwill ensure that schools and communities in eight targeted rural areas of Jubekstate, will benefit from 40 public/institutional latrines blocks to beconstructed, as well as hygiene education. BRICS Also read: Investments bring efficient water supply to Liberian communities Image credit: Stock On completion, the project will directly benefit 300,000 people in Juba and the surrounding rural Jubek state. Low carbon, solar future could increase jobs in the future – SAPVIA In efforts to boost water supply, South Sudan is set to embark on the rehabilitation of approximately 50km of the Juba town distribution network and related works, including metering and public water collection outlets. Finance and Policy Generation UNDP China, CCIEE launch report to facilitate low-carbon development The project will also cover feasibility andengineering design for two other towns under the jurisdiction of South SudanUrban Water Corporation. “The incorporation ofa rural water and sanitation component in areas that are relatively safe toreach indicates that the project opens a pathway for more support for ruralWaSH going forward,” said Osward Chanda, manager for the water security andsanitation division at the Department of Water Development and Sanitation. Implementation will commence during the2019/2020 financial year, with the Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigationand the South Sudan Urban Water Corporation serving as the executing andimplementing agencies, respectively. AFD and Eskom commit to a competitive electricity sector TAGSAFDBSouth Sudanwater efficiencywater resourceswater supply Previous articleEnergy industry to boost jobs while mitigating effects of climate changeNext articleIEA launches new global commission for urgent action ESI Africa RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The project will additionally cover thedevelopment of solar powered water distributions systems and sanitation andhygiene promotion in high-density rural communities surrounding Juba, as wellas capacity development in the relevant water institutions. This is after the North African countrysecured $24.7 million from the African Development Bank (AfDB) to finance its StrategicWater Supply and Sanitation Improvement Project.
View Comments We’re just 10 weeks away from the release of the highly anticipated new Aladdin film. Mena Massoud, Naomi Scott and Will Smith star in the live-action remake of the 1992 Disney classic of the same name. An exciting new trailer has just been released featuring the trio of stars inhabiting roles that are now even more iconic with the success of the Tony-nominated hit Broadway musical version. Watch the story of Aladdin unfold below and mark your calendar: the new movie arrives in cinemas on May 24. (Provided by Disney)