A benevolent Bangladeshi business man w أبوظبي

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A benevolent Bangladeshi business man who has multiple Business in the UAE to support those in need.

Said this ''Yes we are in difficult times dosen't mean we should stop the world is facing challenges and solving challenges is us Humans speciality.

Showrab Ahmed Shubow, CEO of The Perfect Time Global Administrative & Consultancy, is believed to be the first Bangladeshi Owned Consultancy in Abu Dhabi who has made it their Mission and vision to bring more to the economy of UAE.

Mr Showrab, 26, was brought up to middle east at a very young age had real struggle growing up a family of 4 they all lived in one small room and all this success he says that it wouldn't have been if it wasn't for his mother who is a Business Development Manager at Musrique Bank in Abu Dhabi

The Company did so good in quarterly last year that he planned to open Restaurant but Unfortunately of 2020 due to the pandemic the project was put to hold but he says that he will not giveup this pandemic will end and it will happen and when that happens he will with his open arms invite more Works and economy to the UAE market.


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A true humble and hardwork story always the fruit of nature is the sweetest started as an simple salesman then a full time secretary and CEO & Managing Director of Multiple companies Mr. Showrab Ahmed Shubow here in Abu Dhabi UAE.

he's the most humble guy i have ever meet.

always a smile on his face dealing with client or not he will keep that heart warming smile on his face truly a heart winning person he helps out everyone who ever are in needs of solutions just visit his office and he welcome you with love and respect, in this world where everyone is busy to make money just for themselves by hurting others even though it seems like it's going to be the end of the world. he will try to make you gain profits first. always smiling and saying if i help someone today god will send someone to help when i need it tomorrow.

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DHAKA: A rebound in garment orders after demand crashed during spring shutdowns is helping to revive the Bangladesh economy.

Apparel makers, the country’s main export industry, say they are looking ahead to Christmas orders from the US and other major markets.

Remittances from Bangladeshi workers employed overseas have also recovered, helping to relieve pressures from a pandemic quasi-shutdown during the spring.The Asian Development Bank reported this week that the economic comeback was encouraging. It is forecasting the economy will grow at a robust 6.8% annual pace in the fiscal year that ends in June if current conditions persist.

That’s a much brighter outlook than in April-May, when global clothing brands suspended or cancelled orders worth more than $3 billion, affecting about 4 million workers and thousands of factories.

“At the moment we can say that the ready-made garment industry has been able to regain its growth trajectory upward compared to March-May,” Rubana Huq, president of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association, or BGMEA, told The Associated Press.

“As economies in the West were turning around we were successfully able to get the buyers back to the negotiating table, which is why 80% to 90% of the $3.18 billion in cancelled orders have been reinstated,” she said.

Bangladesh earns about $35 billion annually from garment exports, mainly to the United States and Europe. The industry is the world’s second largest after China’s.

Bangladesh’s exports rose 0.6% to $3.9 billion in July, after plummeting 83% to $520 million in April. Imports, which are reported on a quarterly basis, began recovering earlier, rising 36% in May-June.

In August, exports rose 4.3% from a year earlier, to $2.96 billion, mostly driven by apparel shipments, according to the government’s Export Promotion Bureau. Garment shipments totalled $5.7 billion in July and August.

“The garment sector is making a good comeback. Our agriculture is doing well. Remittances are coming. These all are good signs for the economy,” said Ahsan H. Mansur, executive director of the Policy Research Institute, a think tank in Dhaka.

“The pace of the recovery is clearly visible. But challenges have been there too. The pace of the recovery will depend on how the pandemic behaves in the West over the next few months,” Mansur said.

That’s the inestimable question facing everyone.

As of Thursday, Bangladesh had reported more than 342,000 confirmed coronavirus infections and 4,823 deaths. The country confirmed its first positive case on March 8.

Some experts say the actual number of infections is higher than the official count. The garment industry says few workers in its factories have fallen ill thanks to precautions such as employing fewer people on the production lines and imposing safety guidelines. The government imposed a nationwide lockdown on March 26, and the garments sector was closed for nearly three months, reopening only gradually.

The country director for the ADB, Manmohan Parkash, said the government has managed the crisis well, “with appropriate economic stimulus and social protection measures.”

“We are encouraged by the increase in exports and remittances, and hope the recovery will be sustained, which will help in achieving the projected growth rate,” Parkash said.

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"The Best Investment You Can Make Is In Yourself"

-WARREN BUFFET"


We as parents play a major role in our child's life, we do face complications. Yet we can overcome them by switching to other practices.


Some of the "Brilliant" ideas! are to modify.

1. Check List

a. daily

b. weekly

2. New habit rules

a. No phones at the dinner table

b. Develop a new hobby instead of screen time.

c. Complete all the chores before screen time.

d. For stubborn kids set with one a time rule, do at least 1 school task before screen time or gaming.

e. Only half an hour of screen time is allowed.

f. Screen time only on weekends.

g. For toddlers instead of screen time let's dress- up, bake cookies, wash toys and bikes, fly a kite, let them paint your nails, and pick out a good storybook together.


3. Set remainders in the Alexa app

a. Picking and drop time for the kid

b. instead of screen time play soothing and calm music and stories.


4. Start your morning with

a. Positivity

b. Gratitude

c, Smiles, and Hugs


5. Plan a day/night prior

a. Uniform

b. Extra pair of clothes

c. Backpack, healthy snacks.

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تقطعت السبل بالعشرات من الطائرات الخاصة المرتبطة بحكام القلة الروسية الخاضعين للعقوبات في مطار دبي (الإمارات العربية المتحدة).

يشار إلى أنه بعد فرض العقوبات ، نقل الملاك الروس طائراتهم إلى دبي ، لكنهم من الناحية العملية لن يتمكنوا من مغادرة المطار.


وقالت فريستريم إيركرافت ، الرئيس التنفيذي لشركة سمسرة الطيران فريستريم إيركرافت ليمتد في لندن: "نقل كل الروس طائراتهم إلى دبي لأن دبي ليست متورطة في العقوبات". علي رضا الإتحاد.


وفقًا لشركة الاستشارات WINGX ، اعتبارًا من 6 أبريل ، كان هناك 30 طائرة خاصة في دبي ، الدولة الرئيسية منها روسيا. على وجه الخصوص ، لوحظت شركة بوينج في المطار. 787 دريملاينر بقيمة 250 مليون دولار ، مملوكة لحكم القلة الروسي رومان أبراموفيتش ؛ Gulfstream G650ER ، المرتبط بمالك "Magnitogorsk Metallurgical Plant" فيكتور راشنيكوف ؛ Embraer SA ورجل الأعمال الروسي Mikhail Gutseriev و Bombardier Inc. BD700 جلوبال إكسبريس الملياردير أركادي روتنبرغ.


تم تسجيل حوالي 90 طائرة أخرى عالقة في دول مختلفة من العالم. من غير المعروف في هذا الوقت ما الذي سيفعله بعد ترك المنصب. ذكرت وول ستريت جورنال أن تكلفة وقوف السيارات في مطار دبي تبلغ حوالي 1000 دولار في اليوم.


تظهر صور الأقمار الصناعية من American Planet Labs PBC أن عدد الطائرات الروسية الخاصة المتوقفة في دبي ازداد تدريجياً بين 16 فبراير و 3 أبريل.

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الإمارات العربية المتحدة ، التي لم تفرض عقوبات ، هي واحدة من الشركاء الأمريكيين القلائل المستعدين لإصدار تأشيرات دخول للروس.

تقوم الشركات الأمريكية بنقل موظفيها من روسيا إلى أكبر مدينة من حيث المساحة والسكان بدولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة (الإمارات العربية المتحدة) - دبي.

تقوم الشركة ، باستخدام أحد ممرات الطيران القليلة من موسكو ، بنقل الموظفين من روسيا إلى الإمارات العربية المتحدة ، وهو أمر جيد للدولة الخليجية حيث تسعى إلى ترسيخ مكانتها كمركز تجاري عالمي.


الإمارات العربية المتحدة هي واحدة من الشركاء الأمريكيين القلائل المستعدين لإصدار تأشيرات دخول للروس غير المصرح لهم ، حتى لو استمرت روسيا في خوض حرب مع أوكرانيا.


وفقًا لأشخاص مطلعين على هذه الخطوة ، فإن بنوك وول ستريت مثل JPMorgan Chase & Co. هي من بين الشركات. وشركة Goldman Sachs Group Inc. ، وهي شركة خدمات احترافية تابعة لشركة McKinsey & Co. ومجموعة Boston Consulting ، وكذلك Google من Alphabet Inc.


تدفق العمال مثل الإمارات. تجنب إلى حد كبير انتقاد الغزو الروسي ولم يطبق العقوبات التي فرضتها الولايات المتحدة ودول غربية أخرى. تستمر الرحلات الجوية بين دبي والمدن الروسية التي تديرها شركات طيران إماراتية ، حتى لو كان المجال الجوي الأوروبي مغلقًا إلى حد كبير أمام الخطوط الجوية الروسية.


من المرجح أن يؤدي تدفق الروس والأشخاص من جنسيات أخرى العاملين في الشركات الدولية إلى تعزيز مكانة دبي كمركز تجاري عالمي. أصبحت المدينة واحدة من المدن القليلة في العالم خلال جائحة الفيروس التاجي الذي خفف من قواعد التأشيرة ورحب بالمواهب الأجنبية.

قال تريفور ماكفارلين ، مؤسس Emerging Markets Intelligence and Research ، التي تدير الشبكة: "تمنح معظم الشركات مواهب موسكو ببساطة فرصة العمل من أي مكان ، ويختار البعض دبي وينقل البعض الآخر مكاتب كاملة في الإمارات العربية المتحدة". للمديرين وموظفي الخدمة المدنية.


ولم يرد متحدث باسم وزارة الخارجية على استفسارات حول كيفية مساعدة الشركات في نقل موظفين من روسيا.


قال أشخاص مطلعون على الشركة إن شركة فيزا ، التي عرضت نقل جميع موظفيها البالغ عددهم 210 موظفًا الذين يعيشون في روسيا ، تنقل بعضهم إلى مكاتبها في دبي.


تقدم الشركات الاستشارية مثل Kearney و Alvarez & Marsal ، التي توسعت في الخليج العربي في السنوات الأخيرة ، للموظفين فرصة للانتقال ، كما يقول أشخاص مطلعون على عملهم.


قال أشخاص مطلعون على تغييرات البنك إن بنك جولدمان نقل حوالي 40 موظفًا إلى دبي من روسيا. كما قامت بنوك خارج الولايات المتحدة ، مثل روتشيلد وشركاه في باريس ، بنقل موظفيها إلى دبي.


قال أحد معارف الشركة إن شركة المحاماة البريطانية Linklaters LLP تنقل 120 شخصًا ، من بينهم محامون وموظفو دعم ، من روسيا ، وبعضهم ينتقل إلى دبي.

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McGharbins Network partner HRRG, NYA, PLO Lumumba Foundation et al. to stage the biggest youth gathering in Volta Region


All roads lead to the plush auditorium of the Ho Technical University in the Volta Region on Friday 7th to Saturday 8th October 2022 for the biggest youth gathering to be staged in the history of Volta Region for that matter Ghana.


Dubbed: "McGharbins Youth Connect - Fill The HTU Auditorium" is a brainchild of McGharbins Network, a youth-led advocacy group working in the Volta Region strongly supported by the Volta Regional Youth Network, Human Rights Reporters Ghana-NGO, Ghana CSOs Platform on SDGs, National Youth Authority (NYA), LoveAid Foundation, PLO Lumumba Foundation Ghana and hosts of other youth groups in the Region.


The event which comes on the theme: “PURPOSE, PASSION AND PROFIT” is an avenue for young people to connect and identify their purpose, passion and above all the opportunity to realize their full potentials in life while maximizing it to make profits.


It is also geared towards promoting safe spaces for the youth and young people to learn and cultivate essential skills necessary to thrive in the system.


Executive Director of McGharbins Network, Albert Gharbin in an interview with the Human Rights Reporters averred that the much anticipated : "McGharbins Youth Connect - Fill The HTU Auditorium" is the biggest ever youth gathering event to hit the Volta Region aiming to connect young people to opportunities, empower and build their capacities in policies, decision making and leadership to help them thrive in life.


“It seeks to bring together policymakers, children, youths including other stakeholders in the Volta Region to discuss on the topic: “The Volta Regional Development Plan” in alignment with our “National Development Agenda” and within the broader context of the Global Goals".


The 2-day historic event is also expected to bring together young entrepreneurs to collaborate and take advantage of some opportunities being offered by the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) to businesses and boost tourism for the numerous tourist sites in the Volta Region.


In addition, it would help promote climate action through public awareness of the Action for Climate Empowerment (ACE) framework as a means to foster local participation, inclusion and build long lasting solutions through the bottom-up approach.


The event will be graced by a line-up of distinguished speakers including Moses B. Arthur, Cwesi Oteng Desmond, Prof. Tonisha Tagoe, Daniel Sarpong, Jesse Agyapong and many others.


The keynote address will be delivered by Kwame A.A Opoku, a Futurist, Global Keynote Speaker, Web 3.0 Builder, Communication Aficionado, Investor, SDGs Advocate & Business Coach.


Mr. Opoku also doubles as one of Africa’s Most Sought After Business and Digital Transformation Coaches with over 15+ Years Experience across 80+ Countries in 4 Continents.


The much-awaited McGharbins Youth Connect event is also intended to help accelerate the quest of developing “GREEN” innovations in the Volta Region and boost Agribusiness.


All youth residing in Volta Region and beyond are cordially invited to fully participate and explore the wonderful opportunities at stake.


Tickets are available for grabs at GH¢20.00 (Regular), GH¢50.00 (VIP) and GHGH¢100.00 (VVIP).


For tickets or more information about the event, please call 0248968311/ 0207409956 or Email: [email protected]


Source:humanrightsreporters.com


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African governments are weak in regulating digital spaces-Adenike Aloba


Program Director of Dataphyte, Adenike Aloba has taken a swipe at African governments for their weakness or inability to properly regulate the digital space, an act which limits the full enjoyment of the freedom and fundamental human rights of the masses.


She contends that most of the laws and policies by governments geared towards regulating the digital space in the African context have resulted into a lot of internet shutdowns including attack on press freedom and violation of the rights of journalists and activists among others which have been the trend.


“We’ve seen a lot of journalists being attacked online with bots and being thrown, we’ve seen people being tracked and their things being taken out. We’ve also seen the African governments turn towards when they don’t understand anything they shut it down and that has been the tendency so no, we can’t say that they’re doing well”.


Adenike made this known in an interview with the Human Rights Reporter’s Joseph Wemakor on the sidelines of a 2-day ( Sept. 20-21, 2022) Digital Clinic for Civic Actors in Lagos, Nigeria.


Mr. Wemakor sought to know her views on whether the authorities have lived up to expectation when it comes to proper regulating of digital space within the African continent.


The Digital Clinic which brought together some selected journalists and civic actors from across West Africa namely Ghana, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Nigeria was initiated by the Interactive Initiative for Social Impact (Dataphyte) in collaboration with Spaces for Change (S4C).


The training was aimed at exposing civic actors to the threats in the digital world and equip them with knowledge and practical solutions to deal with the threats to help minimize the risks they pose.


Its goal is to help journalists and civil society protect their information, data, devices and communications against digital security threats.


The participants were taken through topic such as Investigative Journalism Practice in the Digital Space: Risks and Rewards, Deep Dive on Digital Rights in the West African Context, Whistleblowing Policy and Practice in the West African Context and Practical Session on Digital Safety Tools.


It includes Digital Safety and Security Through a Gendered Lens, Data Protection Strategies, Roles and Responsibilities, Social Protection and Rapid Response Mechanisms for Whistleblowing and Digital Safety and Practical Session on Digital Safety Schools-Psychological Safety.


As the world transitions to a digital space, threats are fast increasing online, while people’s rights to freedom of expression, access to the internet and privacy among others are being denied, a trend which is a cause of worry.


But Adenike Aloba who equally doubles as the Managing News Editor of Dataphyte believes the authorities have a major role to play in helping citizens overcome these threats to always remain safe.


“This is a challenge being faced across the world, but it is only in African countries we are seeing laws that want to shut down, that want to control rather than figure out a solution that is more long-term”, she bemoaned.


According to her, although some governments are doing better in terms of regulation of the digital space, others are still lagging behind due to a significant lack of trust between the people and governments.


Citing a typical example of bad regulation of the digital space in the African context, he pointed to a social media bill being set up by the Nigerian government which gives the police the power to determine fake news or abuse of the digital space.


For her, dialogue is a means through which governments can help craft better policies and laws to safeguard the digital space.

“Dialogue is important when you are designing a policy or something then there has to be public engagement because of its public policy for crying out loud”.


She called on all and sundry to do everything humanly possible to protect themselves against the threats while advocating strongly for better laws or policies in place that can help promote and protect digital rights.

Source:humanrightsreporters.com

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