Non-profit organisations in Africa also have the opportunity to benefit from this new development aimed at boosting their visibility and helping them to raise the funds needed to ensure their sustainability. (Image: TechSoup)Its services would be available to non-profit organisations around the world through the launch of TechSoup.Global, non-profit technology solutions organisation TechSoup announced on 18 November.Social change organisations across the African continent can now make use of TechSoup’s online donations platform to help raise funds and so continue to make a positive change in their communities.TechSoup has become the world’s first fully global technology donation platform aimed at non-profit organisations (NPOs), according to the group’s website. Its services already benefit more than 500 000 non-profit organisations around the world; the organisation plans to increase this number by extending its reach and influence.“The launch of TechSoup.Global is a pivotal step in helping the world’s estimated 10 million non-profit organisations gain visibility and connect with support critically needed for their missions and communities,” says Rebecca Masisak, chief executive officer of TechSoup.“The platform, operated in partnership with the TechSoup Global Network, enables a unique capacity for innovation and the co-design of locally relevant, globally scaled programmes that strengthen impact on the ground.”SUPPORTING AFRICA’S NON-PROFIT ORGANISATIONSNon-profit organisations in Africa also have the opportunity to benefit from this new development aimed at boosting their visibility and helping them to raise the funds needed to ensure their sustainability.“From covering only four countries, we are now in a position to provide technology products and solutions to NPOs in 54 countries across the continent,” says David Barnard, the vice-president for Africa at TechSoup. “It is a game-changer for NPOs in Africa, and provides us with a very unique opportunity to strengthen their technology capacity and infrastructure in an affordable and informed manner.”TechSoup has gone to great lengths to ensure that each of the organisations making use of its services fall under the NPO category in each of their respective countries. This measure is to make sure no other companies other than NPOs benefit from its services.The organisation also offers NPOs access to relevant educational resources to help meet their operational requirements. These resources include web-seminars and peer-to-peer events where NPOs can learn from and teach each other best practices.Non-profit organisations are urged to make use of these services and continue the work they do to develop their communities and the world as a whole.
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I wore it for about 6 weeks or more before taking it out. The hair was still soft but the ends had suffered slightly from heat styling, they knotted up a bit more than when i got them and didn’t stay soft and smooth but i trimmed them and they were ok again. I dyed my hair slightly darker blonde once i’d taken them out and did the extensions to match. The extensions dye really well, stayed in good condition. Features of Style 16” 18” 20” 22” 24” 100% Real Human Hair Tape-In Human Hair Extensions Straight Hair 17 colors for your choose Beauty Design Salon (22inch 20pcs 60g, lila/light purple)100% Remy Tape IN Human Hair ExtensionsTransform your hair from short to long in a matter of minutes – whenever you like!You will feel more confident and look more amazing!Can be easily washed and styled like your own hair!Straight hair ,20pcs each pake ,in usually should buy 2-3 pakes for a full head Hair quality ok just the tape could be better. Happy with this product, definitely recommend. I’m so happy with the product. Fantastic product, easy to use. Happy with this product, definitely recommend. I’m so happy with the product. Good quality, wish the strips were a bit wider. Good quality hair for the price lasted well would buy again. Colour was good and quality of the hair is fine. Have them in now 4 over a week and there doing fine. Would order again ?make sure you order enough packs. My hairs a bit thick and i had to order 4 packs. I recommend a product of good quality. Hi, i recommend a product of good quality. When trouble fast communication, so sorry for the grant of the negative commentary. Absolutely fantastic, so light and will not damage hair. Absolutely fantastic, so light and will not damage hair, really natural looking. I recommend a product of good quality. Hi, i recommend a product of good quality. When trouble fast communication, so sorry for the grant of the negative commentary. Fantastic product, easy to use. Perfect arrived very quickly very happy. Good quality hair for the price lasted well would buy again. Perfect arrived very quickly very happy. Good colour, undetectable, stays in place really well. I waited about 3 months to post this review to see how the hair held up. I’ve never used tape ins before but have tried pretty much every other method including micro rings, nano rings, glue in, clip in, glue bonds and so on, but i’ve never been happy with them as you can still see the bonds. My hair doesn’t seem to grow on the sides on my head passed my chin so i like to fill in the gaps. After watching many youtube videos i got the technique down and started applyingthe hair was a perfect match to my hair colour so that was nice. The ends were quite thick, didn’t taper much like some do but i cut them by a couple of inches anyway so it doesn’t matter. There isn’t much shedding at all with this hair, i was very pleasantly surprised. The hair is soft and comfortable to wear. I did notice some dark coarse hairs but not that many. The hair lasted really well, the bonds were strong and didn’t damage quickly. I wore it for about 6 weeks or more before taking it out. The hair was still soft but the ends had suffered slightly from heat styling, they knotted up a bit more than when i got them and didn’t stay soft and smooth but i trimmed them and they were ok again. I dyed my hair slightly darker blonde once i’d taken them out and did the extensions to match. The extensions dye really well, stayed in good condition. No drill holes in some of the. Really difficult to put together compared with one we bought from another supplier. No drill holes in some of the pieces. Bed seems sturdy enough after finally being pit together. Colour was good and quality of the hair is fine. Have them in now 4 over a week and there doing fine. Would order again ?make sure you order enough packs. My hairs a bit thick and i had to order 4 packs. SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2018-02-01 06:38:36Reviewed Item Style 16” 18” 20” 22” 24” 100% Real Human Hair Tape-In Human Hair Extensions Straight Hair 17 colors for your choose Beauty Design Salon (22inch 20pcs 60g, lila/light purple)Rating 5.0 / 5 stars, based on 29 reviewsPrice£38.75 Easy to apply but drove me nuts 1 week into wearing them but look amazing. Super soft shiny hair just what i wanted. No drill holes in some of the. Really difficult to put together compared with one we bought from another supplier. No drill holes in some of the pieces. Bed seems sturdy enough after finally being pit together. Great for the money!Happy with This product, definitely recommend!!Poor instructions. No drill holes in some of the
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Ohio State University recommends applying nitrogen between green-up and Feekes Growth Stage 6 (early stem elongation), which is generally the latter part of April. The potential for nitrogen loss will decrease by waiting to apply closer to Feekes 6; however, when we reach greenup, a common sense approach would suggest applying when field conditions allow application equipment, particularly since days available for field activities may be limited between greenup and Feekes 6. Having that green, actively growing, plant in the field does help in holding nitrogen in place.We still suggest following the Tri-State Fertility Recommendations for N rates in wheat. This relies on the yield potential of a field. Once you have set a value for your realistic yield potential, the recommendation may be based on the following table for mineral soils. Nitrogen rate for wheat by yield potential.Yield potentialTotal N ratebu/Alb/A6058758490110105120** 120 is the highest recommended rate. We do not give any credit for the previous soybean or cover crop, since we do not know if that organic N source will be released soon enough for the wheat crop. The Tri-State Fertilizer Recommendations suggests that you subtract from the total (spring N) any fall applied N up to 20 pounds per acre. When do we need to apply nitrogen to corn?Even though we promote the Tri-State Fertilizer Recommendations as the tool for setting rates for P and K, not so with nitrogen. Even at the time the Tri- State Recommendations were written the philosophy on N was changing. Today we no longer recommend nitrogen rates based on yield goal. Recommendations today are based on economics and research trials to mange this nutrient.The current tool for nitrogen recommendations in Ohio is the MRTN web-based calculator. MRTN (for the Maximum Return to N), also suggests the most profitable N rate: http://extension.agron.iastate.edu/soilfertility/nrate.aspx. The current recommendation for Ohio with a corn-soybean rotation is about 160 pounds of N per acre. Please go to the website and run your own scenarios. If you read the Tri-State Fertilizer Recommendations for N rates you see there are some efficiencies that can be gained and should still be valid today. I like these tips:For inadequately drained soils with high denitrification potentials, N should be either: applied in a split application; applied as anhydrous ammonia with a nitrification inhibitor; or concentrated in a band to minimize soil contact.Corn grown on coarse-textured/low CEC soils with high leaching potentials may benefit from split or multiple N applications.For soils with greater than 30% residue cover, the majority of applied N should be either: injected below the soil surface; dribbled in bands using N solutions; or broadcast only if the material contains no urea (i.e., ammonium nitrate or ammonium sulfate).No-till corn, corn planted into cold, wet soils, corn following anhydrous ammonia applied less than two weeks prior to planting, and corn following spring-tilled legumes or cover crops should receive some N at planting — 20 to 40 pounds of N per acre banded near the row.Many of these conditions apply to Ohio soils, so almost every field can benefit from a split N application.And when do we need nitrogen for corn? Some recent work at the University of Illinois shows that corn really doesn’t need much N until well into the growing season. This chart from an article on the www.ipni.net website, titled “Modern Corn Hybrids’ Nutrient Uptake Patterns”, shows when and how N is used by the plant throughout the growing season.This work shows that we can get to V8 or later without a lot of nitrogen. A delayed application of N is more efficient, and less likely to be lost. Lost N costs the farm money, and becomes an environmental concern.Take action on weedsThe United Soybean Board has developed some very nice materials to fight resistant weeds. Mark Loux our Extension Weed Specialist supplemented and printed several thousand of these packets for Ohio – they have been very popular at our winter pesticide re-certification training programs. The campaign to manage resistant weeds is called “Take Action” against herbicide resistant weeds. The website to get more information is http://takeactiononweeds.com. I especially like the Site of Action chart: http://takeactiononweeds.com/understanding-herbicides/site-of-action-lookup/.There are no new herbicides — not quite a true statement, as there are many new names — but it is the active ingredient that is important, the rest is about marketing the name. So the site of action chart will help determine the active ingredient in the commercial product. I still remember as we were discovering the resistant marestail across Ohio, a farmer told me he had the solution to his marestail problem. He had been using “Roundup” until he learned it didn’t work any more — so he switched to “Buccaneer.” Only to learn that Buccaneer has the exact same active ingredient as Roundup. This chart will help avoid those mistakes.
Gennaro Gattuso is impressed with AC Milan’s current brand of football and went on to praise the team after their win over Cagliari.With fellow top-four rivals securing wins prior to their clash, Milan knew anything less than a victory will see them in the seventh positionHowever, Gattuso’s men responded with an emphatic 3-0 win thanks to a Luca Ceppitelli own goal, followed by strikes from new boys Lucas Paquetá and Krzysztof Piatek to complete the rout.“We did well tonight, played good football and could’ve had more goals. I didn’t like the attitude of the midfielders in the first half, as we weren’t taking enough control,” the Coach told Football Italia via Sky.“I’ve liked our performances for a while and said we needed to get both phases right, attacking and defending. We were fortunate today.“Now it’s about hunger, the desire to work together as a unit. I don’t want to hear ‘I’ from anyone, it’s about ‘us.’“For many years we’ve reached the spring and Milan have been outside the race for the Champions League, but we need to break that trend and fight hard to be in a strong position when the final weeks arrive.Serie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….The former Rossoneri midfielder praised Calhanoglu for his effort on the flanks and his impact on the game.Way to go boys, determination begets success 👏🏼Bravi ragazzi, siamo sempre con voi 🔴⚫️#MilanCagliari pic.twitter.com/Rq2RB7Ii8s— AC Milan (@acmilan) February 10, 2019“I expect more from Hakan Calhanoglu because he has remarkable technique, but then you have to look at how much he runs, the distance he travels and the work-rate. I think he is unfairly maligned, I like the way he interprets that role.“He’s not a real winger, I know that, but he can unite the midfield with the attack and give a lot of quality to the side.”Milan will face fellow top-four rivals Atalanta in their next encounter on Saturday.
Today in the Gemma Chan majestic train chronicles… AND IT HAS POCKETS #Oscar2019 pic.twitter.com/xtIdHJKoot— jen yamato (@jenyamato) February 25, 2019 At least Gemma Chan got pockets on her dress, makes it slightly less hideous.— Hayley MJ (@haymaymj) February 24, 2019 Get a room.— Anthony Atamanuik (@TonyAtamanuik) February 25, 2019 Chris Evans escorting Oscar-winner Regina King onto the stage so she doesn’t trip. Love. pic.twitter.com/z7CYZM5ZjZ— Spencer Althouse (@SpencerAlthouse) February 25, 2019 Can they just retroactively give all of Bohemian Rhapsody’s awards tonight to the first Wayne’s World film?— Alan Sepinwall (@sepinwall) February 25, 2019 “To all of you wondering whether the Oscars stage really does resemble Trump’s hair, you’re not alone. i can’t unsee this!” tweeted Elena Nicolaou. lady gaga and bradley cooper singing the shallows somehow got me pregnant— ziwe (@ziwe) February 25, 2019 Queen, crowned Aquaman star Jason Momoa also turned heads as he appeared with wife Lisa Bonet and, for some reason, a hair scrunchie as a bracelet. Something major just happened. After “Shallow” perf, @ladygaga & Bradley Cooper exited stage for commercial break. During break, they came back to their seats from stage then audience gave them another standing o. I’ve never seen that happen for any performers. Cue embrace#Oscars pic.twitter.com/k9wNh66tn1— Chris Gardner (@chrissgardner) February 25, 2019 Did the Academy Awards stage look a little familiar? Maybe a bit presidential? The swooping gold elements outlining the stage reminded some social media users of President Donald Trump’s hairstyle. I’m sorry, but Emma Stone’s dress looks like an order of waffles with butter and syrup. #oscars @IHOP pic.twitter.com/NAugJU9KoG— Brian Centrone (@BrianCentrone) February 25, 2019 Turns out the pair got more than one standing ovation. Wowwwwww, wait a second, are they in love? They’re so totally in love, OMG— Rebecca Makkai (@rebeccamakkai) February 25, 2019 Adam Lambert and Queen kick off the #Oscars, ensuring the Glenn Close is sufficiently rocked pic.twitter.com/6cPiChEayU— Asha Kodithuwakku (@AshaKodi) February 25, 2019 “Keenan just Trump’d his Umbrella,” joked Harry Knowles. The president also nudged back into Oscar memes when Keegan-Michael Key flew down from the ceiling like Mary Poppins, then tossed his prop umbrella aside because it couldn’t be closed. The scene reminded some of the president leaving an open umbrella outside Air Force One last fall. Women often complain about how their dresses don’t offer pockets, but Crazy Rich Asians star Gemma Chan even had pockets in her amazing fuchsia gown, and fashion fans had opinions. Some loved it, but one Twitter user noted, “At least Gemma Chan got pockets on her dress, makes it slightly less hideous.” Trump, and his hair Wayne’s World! Wayne’s World! Party time! Excellent! The Academy featured a flashback to 1992 when Mike Myers and Dana Carvey took the stage and delivered some classic catchphrases from that comedy hit. The tie-in, of course, was the Wayne’s World scene where they headbang to Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody while riding around in a car. Billy Porter dressed for the 3019 Oscars. Idk what 2019 folk gonna do.😆🖤✨— 🆃🆁🆄🅳🆈 (@thetrudz) February 24, 2019 Porter wore a Christian Siriano black velvet outfit styled like a tuxedo on the top half and a wide-skirted gown on the bottom half. “Billy Porter dressed for the 3019 Oscars,” cracked one Twitter user. I can’t be the only one that thinks the Oscars stage looks like @realDonaldTrump hair? @TheAcademy #Oscars2019 pic.twitter.com/Xcj6S7FZzo— Evan Golden (@Golden_TV) February 25, 2019 Billy Porter’s look for the #Oscars2019 just gets more iconic the more you look at it. Stab me in the eyes because honestly I never need to see a single red carpet look again after this. Complete and total perfection. pic.twitter.com/n6YKgb1Agw— Harry Clayton-Wright (@HClaytonWright) February 24, 2019 Looks like a nun from Gone With the Wind— JenniferAnn (@Jennife52397195) February 24, 2019 “I want to find someone that looks at me the way Lady Gaga looks at Bradley Cooper,” wrote one Twitter user. Tuxedos and gowns are common attire at the Academy Awards, but actor and singer Billy Porter managed to combine both. The look definitely had a Gone with the Wind vibe, with hints of both Scarlett O’Hara and her love Rhett Butler. Courteous Captain Mirror mirror on J Lo, who’s the fairest of them all? #Oscars https://t.co/2kif3EWSTF— Camach-a-fella (@Camachafella) February 25, 2019 Chris Evans can’t resist acting like ever-courteous Captain America, even at the Academy Awards. Regina King won the Oscar for best supporting actress for If Beale Street Could Talk on Sunday night, and also won the arm of Cap helping her safely onto the stage. Some fans swooned. Life seemed to imitate film at Sunday’s Academy Awards when Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, who played a romantic duo in A Star is Born, steamed up the stage while singing Shallow, the song from that film that won the best-song Oscar. Keegan descending with that umbrella…#Oscars pic.twitter.com/E4gEFPMUs1— Annelisa J. Purdie 🐏 📜 🌾 (@RosyShepherdess) February 25, 2019 Chris Evans escorting the queen, Regina King, up the stairs was exactly what we needed to start the #Oscars ! pic.twitter.com/pYbR7ekunY— Lorraine Cink 🌈 (@lorrainecink) February 25, 2019 I want to find somone that looks at me the way Lady Gaga looks at Bradley Cooper pic.twitter.com/O8BOiO5NXB— Doña Mónica🇲🇽🌹 (@MoniCurlsCastro) February 25, 2019 I can’t be the only one saying this, but the red Oscars in the background look like Melania’s Christmas trees and the stage looks like Trump’s hair. #Oscar pic.twitter.com/EmuoICsNFv— Tom Piechura (@tompiechura) February 25, 2019 Fashion police, on duty Return of Wayne and Garth “Wayne’s World” is ten times the movie “Bohemian Rhapsody” is.— Brian Schmid (@SchmanthonyP) February 25, 2019 It’s 27 years overdue but Wayne’s World should’ve been nominated for an oscar— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) February 25, 2019 Post a comment to all of you wondering whether the oscar’s stage really does resemble trump’s hair, you’re not alone. i can’t unsee this! https://t.co/Jh5bXo6Sd7— Elena Nicolaou (@elenawonders) February 25, 2019 Share your voice Billy Porter: Rhett, where will I go? What shall I do?Also Billy Porter *switching sides*: Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn. https://t.co/QMNSkJZQDZ— Lukas (@Ginger4TheDucks) February 24, 2019 A coordinated pink velvet scrunchie.— KirstennotKristen (@LettersK) February 25, 2019 Seeing Wayne and Garth back together delighted nostalgic fans — many of whom aren’t fans of the Oscar-nominated Queen biopic. Wrote critic Alan Sepinwall, “Can they just retroactively give all of Bohemian Rhapsody’s awards tonight to the first Wayne’s World film?” While Emma Stone’s gown reminded some of waffles and butter, and some of a meatier meal. And Jennifer Lopez’s gown did it with mirrors. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper perform during the 91st Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre Sunday. Getty Images 0 Keenan just Trump’d his Umbrella pic.twitter.com/tvvdzryNYc— Harry Knowles (@headgeek666) February 25, 2019 Me going to my prom, my wedding and my funeral at the same time. #Oscars #BillyPorter #Oscar2019 pic.twitter.com/XtIW7H7gmk— cosita (@GheraldTaylor) February 24, 2019 Regina King wins an Oscar AND gets helped to the stage by a velvet-jacketed Chris Evans?! WHAT A NIGHT! – J #oscars— Heather & Jessica (@fuggirls) February 25, 2019 After all the controversy about the show not having a host, turns out they maybe don’t need one. Instead the awards show started off with Queen and Adam Lambert, and fans rocked out. Adam Lambert and Queen just did one of the best openers for the #Oscars I’ve seen in a long time. pic.twitter.com/JAncGGhiZq— Amee Vanderpool (@girlsreallyrule) February 25, 2019 Who wore it better? #Oscars #EmmaStone pic.twitter.com/nR5S4n5kz4— Madison (@mgilmore8) February 25, 2019 me with my Duane Reade umbrella that won’t close when i get on the subway #Oscars pic.twitter.com/6RPluGh3K1— Meg Lewis (@_meglew) February 25, 2019 The best part is Momoa is totally wearing a scrunchie on his wrist. #oscars pic.twitter.com/F2xFF07X4g— Ani Bundel (@anibundel) February 25, 2019 wait they cut away just as they were about to make out #oscars— Marlow Stern (@MarlowNYC) February 25, 2019 Tags TV and Movies