Share Sharing is caring! Share Share BusinessCoronavirusLocalNewsRegional Caribbean Credit Union Movement Donates to CDEMA for COVID19 by: – May 5, 2020 41 Views no discussions Tweet Ms. Denise Garfield, General Manager, Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions with US$25,000 cheque written to CDEMAThrough a tangible demonstration of commitment towards the fight against COVID-19 in the region, the Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions (CCCU), the apex regional association for Credit Unions through its Foundation donated US$ 25,000 towards CDEMA’s regional logistical operations for the COVID-19 response to its member countries.“Many of our credit union members are frontline personnel in the fight against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and our mandate for the Foundation is to provide assistance to affected regional member countries during and in times of natural disasters or emergencies”, said Denise Garfield, General Manager of the CCCU.As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread across the region, CDEMA continues to lead the coordination of the regional multi-sectoral response through the Regional Response Mechanism (RRM) in support of its Participating States. As at May 4, 2020, CDEMA’s 19 Participating States have reported 1,163 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 62 deaths.“CDEMA has maintained a high level of support to its Participating States in response to COVID-19. To this end, CDEMA in collaboration with the World Food Programme (WFP) are leading the development and coordination of an Integrated Regional Logistics Hub (IRLH). The concept of the IRLH will make full use of an Air-bridge to provide the Caribbean region with both emergency cargo and passengers movement in response to the current crisis. CDEMA deeply appreciates the support of the Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions to these efforts”, said Elizabeth Riley, Acting Executive Director of CDEMA.The logistics is being undertaken in direct support of the specialized Core Coordination Cell (Health), which has been established for COVID-19, comprising Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA), CDEMA, the CARICOM Secretariat and Pan-American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO). This cell generates hazard specific (COVID19) information which (i) drives coordination actions by cells of the Regional Coordination Centre (RCC) and (ii) facilitates the interface between existing Health Sector response coordination mechanisms.CDEMA will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and provide updates as necessary. The Regional Coordination Plan remains activated and CDEMA stands ready to support its Participating States as required.
Ateneo de Manila University Blue Eagles’ Pat Maagdenberg scores a hook shot after losing his defender Barkley Ebona of Far Eastern University Tamaraws. UAAP PHOTO Ivorian import Angelo Kouame tallied 10 points and 15. Ilonggo Ferdinand “Thirdy” Ravena also had double-double 10 points and 10 boards, while Pat Maagdenberg contributed nine markers as the Blue Eagles improved to 11-0 slate. Justine Baltazar held the fort for theGreen Archers with 23 points and 12 rebounds, while Jamie Malonzo and EnchoSerrano added 12 points each as they improved to a 5-5 win-loss slate./PN Down 29-40 at the half on Wednesday, the Blue Eagles slowly clawed its way back in the third period behind Ravena, Kouame and Adrian Wong to come to within 46-47 entering the fourth. MANILA – Ateneo De Manila University Blue Eagles recovered from a flat start to score a 65-55 victory over the Far Eastern University Tamaraws in the UAAP Season 82 men’s basketball at the SM Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City. In the first game, De La SalleUniversity Green Archers survived the illness of a number of players; it hackedout a come-from-behind 65-59 win over the University of the East Red Warriors. The Tamaraws made its last push tocome to within 55-57 on consecutive triples from Wendell Comboy but the BlueEagles answered with eight straight points to build its biggest lead at a65-55. The defending champions Blue Eaglescontinued its run in the fourth, unloading seven straight points while holdingthe Tamaraws scoreless in the first three-and-a-half minutes to take a 54-47lead.
Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook He was majestic on his return after injury and still managed to be the most likely creator of a goal despite playing at right-back. His crossing is sensational, and his maturity and composure equally impressive.AdChoices广告Antonio Rudiger: 9Rudiger never seems entirely convincing in possession, particularly when pushed on to his left. There were a couple of worrying moments but his defending remained impressive and, of course, he scored two fine goals, the second of which was an immaculate far-post header.Andreas Christensen: 8The Dane was calm and in control and showed the importance of having one ball-playing centre-half to help create gaps further forward. Christensen’s distribution, short and long, is hugely impressive. The only blemish was when he was outmuscled by Jonny Evans at a corner when the defender should have scored.Cesar Azpilicueta: 6Like Rudiger he was not happy when forced onto his left side but his versatility, which allows the exceptional James to start, means it’s worth taking the hit in the short term. He was rushed into a mistake which almost led to a first-half goal for Vardy but was otherwise dependable and was as good as can be expected going forward.Jorginho: 6The Italy international showed some delicate touches and all his usual quality in tight areas during an excellent first half but was over-run after the break as Leicester spread the play in defence and created lots of space in midfield areas. It meant he was caught out of position too readily.N’Golo Kante: 7Embed from Getty Images An Antonio Rudiger double saw Chelsea earn an impressive point in a topsy-turvy game against Leicester. Here’s how we rated each Blues player in the entertaining 2-2 draw at the King Power Stadium.Willy Caballero: 5The veteran Argentine made one fine save to deny Jamie Vardy in the first half but although Caballero could not be faulted for the deflected equaliser, his daft decision to come racing from goal saw him out of position for Ben Chilwell’s goal. His kicking was also dubious and his inclusion at Kepa’s expense may well be a one off.Reece James: 8Embed from Getty Images A constant presence in all areas of the pitch and as relentless as ever. Defensively faultless and full of energy.Mason Mount: 7Mount got through a stupendous amount of running, often leading the press and working as hard as anyone off the ball. His final ball in open play was often not as precise as it needed to be but he never shied away from possession and his set-piece delivery led to both goals.Pedro: 6The Spaniard was surprisingly preferred to Willian but looked far sharper than in the below-par effort against Hull. Pedro was full of running and his workrate commendable. His influence waned after the interval, however, and he struggled to make a difference in attacking areas.Callum Hudson-Odoi: 8As with everyone in a Chelsea shirt, he shone in the first half, linking up beautifully with his good friend James and posing countless problems to the home defence. He was not as influential thereafter but still looked strong and confident.Tammy Abraham: 7Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Gutsy stuff from Abraham who lasted more than 80 minutes despite not being fully fit. Looked dominant in the air and showed good touch, although he could not get his feet sorted in time for two good first-half chances in the space of a couple of minutes.Willian: 6Some typically threatening moments with ball at feet after replacing Pedro, but Willian could not create a telling chance.Mateo Kovacic: 7Kovacic made a couple of vital interceptions deep in his own territory after coming on late when the game was in danger of getting out of control. He took a booking for the team while one surging injury-time run could easily have led to a winner.Ross Barkley: 5He had 10 minutes to make an impact but looked a little off the pace.[scriptless]