Twin Towns traffic chaos is leading to loss of revenue – Chamber

first_img Harps come back to win in Waterford Twitter By News Highland – July 20, 2018 Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Twin Towns traffic chaos is leading to loss of revenue – Chamber Google+ Twittercenter_img Facebook The Ballybofey and Stranorlar Chamber of Commerce has met with Donegal County Council’s Director of Roads to discuss what it calls the disastrous experiences of traffic jams over the last few weeks.The Chamber’s Manager Leah Fairman says the council was told there was a the lack of co-ordination and communication, and as a result, there’s been a consequent loss of business and revenue to chamber’s members.She says Roads Director John McLaughlin, and other senior engineers addressed some issues at the meeting, with more answers expected early next week.Ms Fairman says local businesses cannot sustain what’s happening at the moment, and that’s been made very clear to the council……………..Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Chamber action points – Previous articleEU must shift its stance on the Irish border – MayNext articleMain Evening News, Sport, Nuacht and Obituaries – Friday July 20th News Highland DL Debate – 24/05/21 Pinterest Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction WhatsApp Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR AudioHomepage BannerNewslast_img read more

Argo Volleyball Continues to Receive AVCA Votes

first_img LEXINGTON, Ky. – The University of West Florida volleyball team is once again receiving votes in this week’s American Volleyball Coaches Association Division II Coaches Poll, it was announced today. The appearance is the fourth of the season for the UWF squad.UWF (6-4) won two of three matches over the weekend at the UNA Classic in Florence, Ala., sweeping Christian Brothers on Friday, 3-0 and Harding on Saturday, 3-0.West Florida will hit the road again on Tuesday, facing Montevallo at 7:00 p.m. That match is followed by a pair of Gulf South Conference matches, as UWF hosts Valdosta State on Friday and West Georgia on Saturday.FULL AVCA WEEK THREE POLLPrint Friendly Version Kara Gonzalez (David Blankenship) Sharecenter_img Argo Volleyball Continues to Receive AVCA Voteslast_img read more

Thou shall not Steal

first_img Members King of Consistency 1,830 posts Members Share on other sites I think they’re pretty clever. Sue? For what? How many high school, college and other amateur teams copy the styles and colors of their favorite pro teams? More than you can count.So why don’t the Pittsburgh Steelers sue the University of Iowa or the Oakland Raiders sue every team that wears a pain black jersey with silver numbers?High schools don’t sell replica jerseys that are stealing a pro-teams design. Them being a “Religious” group doesn’t give them a pass to steal and infringe on copy rights. 3,187 posts Members STL FANATIC Roger Clemente 0 Posted November 4, 2006 145 13 Thou shall not Steal Members Members Sign in to follow this   I think they’re pretty clever. Sue? For what? How many high school, college and other amateur teams copy the styles and colors of their favorite pro teams? More than you can count.So why don’t the Pittsburgh Steelers sue the University of Iowa or the Oakland Raiders sue every team that wears a pain black jersey with silver numbers? Obviously these people didnt understand that commandment… gotta say this is really damn funny… 3 0 In all kinds of weather Share on other sites 30 65 Location:Tampa, FL Share on other sites Members Share this post Posted November 5, 2006 My son also happens to be named Bort! 8 SDX 65 Posted November 4, 2006 15,125 posts powersurge SDX Sign in to follow this   6,091 posts rmered Members Link to post Thou shall not Steal Posted November 4, 2006 Share on other sites 4,348 posts Share this post SportsLogos.Net Members Share on other sites 13 Share on other sites 3 STL FANATIC Share this post 13 3 Forums Home 1,136 posts 3 0 30 tpoh59 Posted November 4, 2006 Posted November 4, 2006 3 Link to post Location:Michigan Link to post Members Share this post 1,844 Link to post 365 Link to post Share this post Posted November 4, 2006 Members charger77 Share this post Members Sports Logo News Members Share this post 1,716 Recommended Posts nwtrailtrekker tpoh59 jerkstore!I love you name. Please tell me its inrefrence to the sienfeld line:George: The jerkstore called and they’re running out of you!”my friends and I use jerkstore as a rip lolDan 365 SportsLogos.Net 0 powersurge 0 Share on other sites 0 charger77 gbasalmon Followers 0 1,844 I thought we were an autonomous collective Link to post Posted November 4, 2006 Members Share this post Share this post Posted November 4, 2006 1,716 hecticbro Obviously these people didnt understand that commandment…If everyone actually read the bible with a critical eye, the religion would be extinct.I knew there was a reason I’ve loathed almost every post you’ve made. Now I know… 3 43 Members Link to post Share on other sites Link to post 0 Obviously these people didnt understand that commandment…If everyone actually read the bible with a critical eye, the religion would be extinct. I couldn’t think of anything clever… 27,087 posts Share this post 3 bulldogbarks55 Share this post bulldogbarks55 64 posts Location:Washington, D.C. 65 Share on other sites Share on other sites Roger Clemente 3 0 7,564 posts Location:Mississippi 14,123 posts Link to post See Red 660 posts Link to post All Activity Posted November 4, 2006 1,459 posts Location:Portland, Oregon 8 Followers 0 0 43 O.C.D hecticbro Thou shall not Steal 135 135 Sports Logos @Animal_Clans Obviously these people didnt understand that commandment…If everyone actually read the bible with a critical eye, the religion would be extinct.Only if those same people felt they had to take the Bible as anything more than a guide written by humans. Share this post 0 Share this post Favourite Logos:Canton Ice Patrol 0 I love how all the NBA ripoffs still have the NBA logo on the front of the jersey.I find these humourous.–Roger “Time?” Clemente. Epiphanic jerkstore 65 well at least there’s baseball 829 posts 65 0 What in God’s name….Is it a sin to say that this is complete and utter bullsh#t? because I really could care less if it is.So you care if it is a sin? geez, nice reference. funny real funny. don’t over think it. Share on other sites Link to post 0 What in God’s name….Is it a sin to say that this is complete and utter bullsh#t? because I really could care less if it is. Share on other sites By jerkstore, November 4, 2006 in Sports Logo News Posted November 5, 2006 Location:Manchester, England 0 1,844 Members 43 30 WOOOOWWW!that is sooo dumbthe only one i think would sell…King James- Cavaliersthat’d sell like mad in Clevelandpeople who want all the stardom of the Lebron Name, without the dirty feeling of wearing “CLEVELAND”lol We did these before, and back then it didn’t take as long for people to note that these are a parody, and therefore not stealing.While it’s nice to get self righteous at those who appear to be self righteous to us, in this case it is mis-placed because this is no more like stealing than those T-Shirts that say Cocaine in the Coca Cola font. Posted November 4, 2006 Link to post Posted November 4, 2006 They could probably sell some “King James” Cavs jerseys. 0 Share this post Share on other sites 0 Epiphanic 0 well at least there’s baseball Link to post 6,091 posts O.C.D 3 Share this post Posted November 4, 2006 gbasalmon 0 Share this post 8 0 rmered Link to post Share on other sites 0 145 Sports Logos Link to post Hyperbole: It’s the best thing EVER! Posted November 4, 2006 3,425 posts See Red 135 powersurge Location:Livonia, NY (near Rochester) 0 Link to post Share on other sites 65 1,716 Posted November 4, 2006 Share on other sites powersurge Location:Sydney, Nova Scotia Members jerkstore This topic is now closed to further replies. 145 470 posts 365 They are crazy. 0 Go To Topic Listing All Activity nwtrailtrekker Forums Home What in God’s name….Is it a sin to say that this is complete and utter bullsh#t? because I really could care less if it is.So you care if it is a sin? Sports Logo News Sombody REALLY ought to sue them… last_img read more

Basketball: NBA Facing “Substantial” Losses Following Spat With China

first_imgThe US National Basketball Association (NBA) has suffered “substantial” losses after an online comment from a team executive prompted a crisis in its relations with China, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver has said.“The financial consequences have been, and may continue to be, fairly dramatic,” Silver said.Earlier this month Houston Rockets’ manager Daryl Morey tweeted support for pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong.As a result Chinese firms suspended sponsorship and telecast deals.The state-run broadcaster CCTV and Tencent Holdings, which streams NBA games in China, said they would stop broadcasting Rockets’ matches.The Chinese Basketball Association suspended co-operation with the Houston Rockets, as did Chinese sportswear brand Li-Ning, and the club’s sponsor in China, Shanghai Pudong Development Bank.Mr Silver said: “The losses have already been substantial.“Our games are not back on the air in China as we speak, and we’ll see what happens next,” he told Time magazine’s Time 100 Health Summit in New York.The NBA is hugely popular in China with around 800 million fans supporting millions of dollars of business.The NBA has had a presence in China since 1992 when it opened its first office in Hong Kong and the Houston Rockets are the most popular NBA team in China after it signed Chinese player and eight-time NBA All-Star Yao Ming in 2002.NBA China, which conducts the league’s business in the country, was launched in 2008 and is now worth more than $4bn, according to Forbes.Relatedlast_img read more

E Cape: big sky, big fish, Big Five!

first_img5 May 2003The Eastern Cape’s tourism sector is pitching to align its Big Five game reserves with the popular Cape Town and Garden Route international tourist destinations.The Eastern Cape, still the poorest part of South Africa, has experienced massive growth in the tourism sector. Tourism MEC Enoch Godongwana announced last week that the sector netted the province a staggering R4-billion last year, ascribing the success to the government and the Eastern Cape Tourism’s marketing drive abroad.The success can also be linked to positive contributions from the private sector, and the department of health’s effort to keep the province a malaria- and bilharzia-free zone.Tourism operators say tourism infrastructure in the Eastern Cape has grown to take advantage of the province’s newfound status as a “happening” international destination.Emergence of world-class game reservesOne critical area of change has been the rapid amalgamation of stock farms into massive game-viewing reserves or hunting and game-producing farms.Johannesburg-based Lodge Logistics MD Keith Stannard said the emergence of world-class reserves like Shamwari and Kwandwe has placed the province “within striking distance” for international tourists visiting Cape Town and touring the Garden Route.Cape Town is one of the world’s top tourism destinations, and the Garden Route is regarded as a prime self-drive option.One tourism observer said tourists seeking the Big Five game experience to complete their trip to South Africa are often forced to fly or drive to KwaZulu-Natal or Mpumalanga reserves. According to this observer, the Eastern Cape’s bite of the Cape Town-Garden Route package has grown by 3% in the last two years, up from 8% in 2001 to 11% last year.According to local operators, tourists are saying that their Eastern Cape add-on tour was “very convenient”, “cost-efficient”, “saved time”.Big Five? How about the Big Seven!Frontier Country Marketing Association chairperson Peter Repinz says the Eastern Cape, once the “forgotten jewel of tourism in southern Africa”, has been building up its infrastructure for over a decade.There are now at least 12 game reserves in the market, some more advanced than others, but soon most will be offering the Big Five – and a cheeky extension of the formula, the “Big Seven”, that includes southern right whales and great white sharks.Inspired by the world-class Shamwari reserve, and then the Kwandwe on banks of the Great Fish River, Repinz said new reserves like Amakhala, Kariega and Lalibela had expanded the market to offer great opportunities to international operations.While Shamwari has captured the world’s top awards and the patronage of British royalty, Kwandwe’s elephants, lions and leopards are also packing in top-paying clients. Since Kwandwe opened its doors in 2001, not a single bed has gone empty.Kwandwe managing director Angus Sholto-Douglas said Desantis, an American eco-tourism investor, has invested R100-million in the 20-farm reserve, creating 140 jobs.From ‘soft’ to ‘extreme’ adventure sportsUnspoilt landscape is a strong point cited by most role players, who say that such landscapes attract both “soft” and “extreme” adventure sport lovers interested in activities like 4×4 trail riding, mountain biking, fly-fishing, surfing, windsurfing, diving, sailing and, lately, even government-sponsored bolted rock-climbing, one of Europe’s huge pursuits.Mountain tourism routes have shot up around Hogsback in the Amatola range, Barkley East, Rhodes Village, Nieu-Bethesda’s Owl House and historic Graaff-Reinet, all of which offer a baseline benefit of simple tranquillity under big blue skies.Local promoters add that the Eastern Cape can also trade on its controversial frontier history. Europeans, particularly, are fascinated about how their Dutch, British and German colonial ancestors struggled and prospered on the turbulent Eastern Cape frontier – or met a grim fate on the battlefields during the 100-year war against the Xhosa (1779-1878).Big drawcards for such visitors are the well-maintained settler architecture of farmsteads, homes and public buildings in places like Bathurst, Grahamstown, Port Elizabeth and East London; eateries and historic pubs; and African arts and crafts.With its growth in infrastructure, rapid market repositioning, and unspoilt landscape, the Eastern Cape is starting to offer a winning tourism package.Source: BuaNewslast_img read more

IPhone 3.0 is Coming Tomorrow: Here is What You Can Expect

first_imgWhy Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… One new feature related to copy and paste that we noticed was that in Safari, you now get a new menu when you click and hold a link for a second or two. Safari now gives you a choice to open the link in a new tab/page, or you can copy the location of the link (handy if you want to send somebody a link to a web site, for example).iPod: Slow Scrubbing, Shake to Shuffle, Faster Podcast PlaybackThe iPhone app got a few interesting updates besides search. In earlier versions, it was pretty hard to quickly get to a particular spot in an audio file, as the controls were rather imprecise. In this new version, Apple has changed the behavior of this feature. As you move your finger further down from the time line, the app will go into ‘half-speed,’ ‘quarter-speed,’ and ‘fine scrubbing’ mode. frederic lardinois A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Tags:#Apple#Product Reviews#web Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Podcasts in iPhone 3.0 are now getting some of the features that were previously reserved for audiobooks. You can now easily activate a 30-second replay, for example, and you can change the replay speed (half-speed and double-speed). In addition, it is now also possible to email a link to a podcast right from the iPod app.Buy and Download Movies, TV Shows, AudiobooksUntil now, iPhone users had to rely on iTunes on their desktops to buy and download anything but single songs. Given that the App Store always allowed users to download install apps directly from the phone, which can often be quite large, this seemed increasingly antiquated. Now, you can also buy and download movies, TV shows, music videos, and audiobooks directly over the air. On cell networks, however, the same 10MB file limit that applies to podcasts and apps also applies here.Share More than One Photo at a Time Apple stressed the fact that you can now email more than one photo during it’s original 3.0 announcement, but didn’t really focus on it during the WWDC keynote. We think this is a really handy (and long overdue) feature. Sadly, though, Apple still restricts the number of photos you can directly share from the Photo app to 5, though you can actually copy and paste as many photos as you wish into an email, which makes this restriction a bit odd.SafariSafari on iPhone 3.0 does feel a bit faster, but it is hard to say how much of this is simply a placebo effect. We did notice, though, that the browser did not freeze up for extensive periods while loading large and complicated sites anymore.While Apple surely made a lot of changes under the hood, we did not notice any new features or updates to the app’s look and feel (besides copy and paste, and the ability to copy a URL and force Safari to open up a new page when keeping a link pressed for a few seconds) .Voice Memos The Voice Memos app works as advertised. You press a button and the app records whatever reaches the microphone. We are not quite sure why Apple felt the need to create its own voice recorder, given that there are already plenty in the App Store. Besides the fact that you can easily attach your memos to email, one thing that does make Voice Memos stand out is its ability to run in the background, so that you can look at an email or web site while recording a memo, for example (a red bar at the top of the screen will remind you that you are still recording).Find My iPhone/Remote WipeAt Apple’s WWDC, this feature really impressed the crowd, and in our tests, it turned out to work extremely well, though it’s a shame that you need a MobileMe account to really use it.Find My iPhone allows you to ping your phone from your online MobileMe account. If you lost your phone, for example, Find My iPhone will show a map with your phone’s current location. You can also send a message to your phone and have it play a sound for up to two minutes (great when you know your phone is at home, but you can’t find it anyway).If you can’t retrieve your phone, Find My iPhone will also allow you to perform a remote wipe, which will delete all the data on the phone, so your email won’t fall into the wrong hands. Other Updates: It’s all About the AppsBesides the updates we looked at in more detail above, Apple has obviously given developers the ability to hook into a large number of new APIs that, among other things, allow the phone to talk to third-party hardware devices or to connect phones over WiFi and Bluetooth to play games, and in app purchases, for example. Some of the new features, like Voice Control and the new compass will only be available on the new iPhone 3GS.In this post, we only focused on the most interesting new features in the OS and Apple’s own apps. We will have a closer look at the new features that developers can now make use of once we get access to the first apps that are able to send out push notifications, for example. The update will be available for download tomorrow, June 17. IPhone users, including those who purchased the first, non-3G generation of the device will be able to download it for free. IPod touch users will have to pay $9.95.If you really, really can’t wait until tomorrow, you can also do what we did and just download the release that Apple gave to developers, after WWDC, from your favorite torrent site. Or, you can head over here and follow these instructions to download and install the update directly from Apple’s servers. Of course, you do so at your own risk. When Apple announced the new 3.0 version of its iPhone operating system last week, the company focused on a number of major additions to the phone’s bag of tricks: cut, copy, and paste; push notifications; new features for Safari; MMS; the ability to use the keyboard in landscape mode in Apple’s apps like Mail, Notes, and Messages; as well as the new Spotlight search. All of these are important updates, but Apple also made a number of smaller updates to the firmware that it didn’t stress at WWDC, including better scrubbing controls in the iPod app, new features for playing back podcasts, and the ability to sign in to YouTube to sync bookmarks and easily find and play your own videos.In this post, we will have a closer look at the updates that are coming to the iPhone tomorrow, with a special focus on some of the features that Apple hasn’t talked about much yet.Update: the 3.0 update is now available. Just plug your phone in and hit ‘check for update’ in iTunes.Search EverywhereIn everyday use, maybe the most important update to iPhone 3.0 is that search is now built-in everywhere. The Spotlight feature, which you activate by scrolling to the left of your first home screen, lets you search for contacts, songs, apps, email, etc. But maybe even more importantly, the iPod and Mail apps now also feature search, which, especially in the Mail app was sorely missed in earlier incarnations of the OS. If you get your email from an IMAP server, you can also continue your searches on the server. In Mail, you can search by sender, recipient, subject, and inside emails as well.Overall, these new search features didn’t just work very well, but results also appear very quickly.Cut, Copy, and PasteWe already knew how cut, copy, and paste would work in iPhone 3.0, and there are few surprises in the finalized version of this much anticipated new feature. You just click and hold a word you want to copy, and the copy dialog immidiately appears. One nice aspect of this is that once you get beyond a paragraph, the feature will switch into paragraph mode, where you can select complete paragraphs instead of having to go word-by-word. Of course, nothing is quite perfect, and there are some issues with copy and paste on the iPhone. We often inadvertently activated this feature by lingering just a little bit too long before moving our fingers up or down while scrolling through a web page. last_img read more

When Saif and Riteish gave Ram Kapoor ‘butter facial’

first_imgYes! You read it absolutely right. Saif Ali Khan and Riteish Deshmukh gave Ram Kapoor ‘butter facial’ during shooting of a funny sequence in Humshakals.Recently the team was shooting a sequence with the three actors – Saif, Riteish and Ram Kapoor where the former had to apply little butter on Ram’s face. Humshakals will release on June 20, 2014.Initially, Ram was hesitant as he thought the amount of butter would be a lot but agreed when assured that it would be little, informs a source close to the Production team.But the wicked duo of Saif and Riteish had something else in mind. When the shot was on they put a almost 5Kgs of butter on Ram’s face. Within minutes Ram’s entire face and hands was immersed in butter and it was difficult to even see his expressions.Director Sajid Khan did not tell a cut as he was also enjoying the scene. interestingly, Ram’s surprised look is will be seen in film too.Humshakals stars Saif Ali Khan, Riteish Deshmukh, Ram Kapoor, Bipasha Basu, Tamannah Bhatia and Esha Gupta. It will release on June 20, 2014.last_img read more

Parliamentary Sports Festival A Success

first_imgThe parliamentarians competed across eight different sports, promoting how important it is to stay fit and healthy through playing sport. Two teams of parliamentarians and their staff competed in the Touch Football component of the day, with six teams taking part in total. Touch Football Australia (TFA) staff provided two teams for the event, which included Australian World Cup winners Daniel Rushworth (Mixed) and Jess McCall (Women’s) in the line-up. Our two Australian representatives impressed, playing for several teams throughout the day. The Australian Federal Police (AFP) and a Brumbies team, including Stephen Larkham and Laurie Fisher, also took part in the event, which was played at the Senate Oval. Stay tuned to the TFA YouTube Channel to see some of the highlights of the day.last_img read more

More! Build Stronger Donor Relationships Right Now: Ideas from Fellow Fundraisers, Part 2

first_imgYou have some fantastic fundraiser peers. Kudos to all of you who generously shared your path to stronger donor relationships or boldly put out there what’s getting in your way! Here’s the greatest challenge this fundraiser faces in strengthening donor relationships: Find a bridge. Look around and see who in your organization, including board members, knows each high-capacity donor—as a friend, colleague, or fellow community member. There’s a far better chance they’ll be able to make a visit or a call than you will. Train and support them to up the chances of a productive conversation. Face-to-face visits are most effective. But make sure you find other meaningful ways (to those donors, not you) to stay in touch between the personal calls or visits. Stewardship isn’t a “once and done” project. Investing the time to nurture personal relationships with key donors. “I’m going to take a larger role in our major donor program by developing [stronger] personal relationships. I hope to start meeting with several of them one-to-one in the next few months to get to know them better [and to] learn about their interests and why they support our organization so generously.” —Kathleen Kennedy, program and development coordinator, Coalition for Sonoran Desert Protection Growing a personal relationship with the donors who count most—whether it’s you, a colleague, or board member who develops it—is vital to keeping them close. It’s one of the key components of your ongoing stewardship process. Accept that some high-capacity donors don’t want high touch. Read Part 1 here Have two minutes? Please tell us what you’re doing to strengthen donor relationships and/or what’s in your way. Thanks! Mimi, you’re right. Donors, high capacity and otherwise, are tired of being pummeled with content and asks and of the lack of privacy. So, like the rest of us, they’ve found ways to keep themselves sane. Try something completely different. Gail Perry’s “surprise and delight” method of donor cultivation has huge potential. It’s too late for Valentine’s Day, but how about a “Welcome to Spring” card or an invitation to a behind-the-scenes tour, if that’s important to a certain donor? Definitely worth a try! “So many high-capacity donors are making themselves inaccessible—much more so today than 10 years ago. They won’t take a meeting (“I’m just fine without seeing you in person”), they use donor-advised funds, or they hide behind unlisted phone numbers and assistants. They still give, but on their terms alone.” Here’s how one fundraiser is switching it up to build stronger donor relationships: I just can’t get close to donors anymore, especially the most important ones. —Mimi Evans, regional development director, Catholic Relief Services What are your recommendations for Mimi? Please share your ideas in the comments section. Keep in mind that “counts most” can mean either just existing major donors or other folks you feel have the potential to get there, like midlevel donors on the cusp. Log what it takes time-wise, plus any expenses, for your personal relationship building agenda. Then use that data, plus anecdotal outcomes, to gain leadership support to allocate your time and budget here. Everything takes time, and when you do something new, that takes time away from something else. Be prepared to make your case! Stop trying to cross the moat to these donors. That’s bound to alienate them big-time rather than bring them closer. “Their terms” are your terms. Listen, learn, and respect what they want. Here are four recommendations for you: Read Part 1 herelast_img read more

Hesperian Health Mobile App Now Available in Spanish and English

first_imgPosted on April 1, 2013August 15, 2016Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Hesperian Health has announced the launch of its comprehensive app on healthy pregnancy and birth in Spanish. This version joins Hesperian’s English-language app, “Safe Pregnancy and Birth,” which has been downloaded more than 60,000 times, and provides information, including illustrations, on staying healthy during pregnancy, recognizing danger signs during pregnancy, delivery and after birth – and what to do about them –  and when to refer a woman to emergency care.From Hesperian’s announcement:Available as a free download for iPhone and Android , “El embarazo y el parto seguros” contains lifesaving information presented in clear, accessible language and with informative illustrations . The app is ideal for working with community health workers and midwives with varied literacy levels in the US and abroad.To learn more about Hesperian’s apps, click here. To preview the app in English, click here.Share this: ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read:last_img read more