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Step by step instructions to utilize shampoo for your hair.


Some people are blessed with beautiful hair, already full of body, but for others, it can feel like a challenge to get even a touch of volume in your locks.


What you need are some volume-building tricks. If your hair is struggling to hold a style, or if it’s looking limp and lifeless, or if your hair is just feeling weighed down, you are in immediate need of a volumizing shampoo.

A shampoo can be used on all hair types and gives your hair an extra needed boost without weighing it down, and the best product to start with is a charcoal shampoo. Charcoal for Volume Activated charcoal has taken the beauty and hair care industries by storm in recent years. There are many incredible benefits it can offer your body, but when it comes to your hair, charcoal is both clarifying and volumizing.


When your hair is lacking volume, it’s often because your hair is oily, or there is product build-up on your scalp.

Charcoal has deeply detoxifying properties that pull-out impurities from your scalp, and gently cleanse away oil, dirt and product build-up. With your scalp now squeaky clean, your hair feels lighter in an instant, giving it the volume and bounce it deserves. Charcoal is gentle enough to use on all hair types and safe for color treated hair. Thickening Shampoo vs Volumizing Shampoo – Know the difference! You already know that there are plenty of shampoos and conditioners to choose from, but you want the product that is going to best target the issue you are having. When it comes to adding volume to your hair, don’t be confused by a thickening shampoo. Sometimes “thickening and volumizing” can be found on the same product label, but they do different things for your hair. Although both great for thin hair, thickening shampoo thickens each strand of your hair, adding more protein and collagen for thicker, stronger hair.


A shampoo that is volumizing will help your hair look fuller and leave you with more body. Of course, there is no harm in using a shampoo that can do both, but if you want more volume, it’s best to stick to a product that specialises in that alone! .It’s super easy to use a volumizing shampoo, because it’s just like using any other shampoo.

First, start by wetting your hair thoroughly in cool water, and put a small amount of charcoal shampoo into your hands.


When applying to your hair, really focus on your scalp. Make sure to use a “forward-backward” motions when scrubbing, rather than a circular motion, because it is gentler on your hair and will prevent less tangles. It’s also important not to shampoo your ends.


shampoo is meant for your scalp, so leave the product on for a minute and rinse out, which will run through your ends at this time.

For best results, make sure to pair this shampoo with a charcoal conditioner. It will really give you that boost of volume you’ve been looking for!


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https://avalanches.com/ga/libreville__step_by_step_instructions_to_utilize_shampoo_for_your_hair_587907_12_07_2020
https://avalanches.com/ga/libreville__step_by_step_instructions_to_utilize_shampoo_for_your_hair_587907_12_07_2020

Step by step instructions to utilize shampoo for your hair.


Some people are blessed with beautiful hair, already full of body, but for others, it can feel like a challenge to get even a touch of volume in your locks.


What you need are some volume-building tricks. If your hair is struggling to hold a style, or if it’s looking limp and lifeless, or if your hair is just feeling weighed down, you are in immediate need of a volumizing shampoo.

A shampoo can be used on all hair types and gives your hair an extra needed boost without weighing it down, and the best product to start with is a charcoal shampoo. Charcoal for Volume Activated charcoal has taken the beauty and hair care industries by storm in recent years. There are many incredible benefits it can offer your body, but when it comes to your hair, charcoal is both clarifying and volumizing.


When your hair is lacking volume, it’s often because your hair is oily, or there is product build-up on your scalp.

Charcoal has deeply detoxifying properties that pull-out impurities from your scalp, and gently cleanse away oil, dirt and product build-up. With your scalp now squeaky clean, your hair feels lighter in an instant, giving it the volume and bounce it deserves. Charcoal is gentle enough to use on all hair types and safe for color treated hair. Thickening Shampoo vs Volumizing Shampoo – Know the difference! You already know that there are plenty of shampoos and conditioners to choose from, but you want the product that is going to best target the issue you are having. When it comes to adding volume to your hair, don’t be confused by a thickening shampoo. Sometimes “thickening and volumizing” can be found on the same product label, but they do different things for your hair. Although both great for thin hair, thickening shampoo thickens each strand of your hair, adding more protein and collagen for thicker, stronger hair.


A shampoo that is volumizing will help your hair look fuller and leave you with more body. Of course, there is no harm in using a shampoo that can do both, but if you want more volume, it’s best to stick to a product that specialises in that alone! .It’s super easy to use a volumizing shampoo, because it’s just like using any other shampoo.

First, start by wetting your hair thoroughly in cool water, and put a small amount of charcoal shampoo into your hands.


When applying to your hair, really focus on your scalp. Make sure to use a “forward-backward” motions when scrubbing, rather than a circular motion, because it is gentler on your hair and will prevent less tangles. It’s also important not to shampoo your ends.


shampoo is meant for your scalp, so leave the product on for a minute and rinse out, which will run through your ends at this time.

For best results, make sure to pair this shampoo with a charcoal conditioner. It will really give you that boost of volume you’ve been looking for!


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https://avalanches.com/gh/accra_african_governments_are_weak_in_regulating_digital_spacesadenike_alob4510416_27_09_2022

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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https://avalanches.com/pk/mardan_waqar_khan_is_a_pakistani_model_actor_singer_waqar_khan_born_in_304453453_24_09_2022

Waqar Khan is a Pakistani Model, Actor, Singer. Waqar Khan born in 30, June 1992 in Mardan Pakistan,

Waqar khan family In Mardan Pakistan. his father Saif Ullah khan is a businessman.

Waqar khan Belong to Pukhtoon family. Waqar completed his graduation in Awkum.

Waqar first drama on Avt Khyber drama name Mor baibay ao naway EP # 09.

Waqar Khan first song title Janan o baran on available on YouTube and all music stores.

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https://avalanches.com/gh/accra_world_cleanup_day_2022_gayo_partner_21_csos_to_cleanup_densely_pollut4453267_24_09_2022

World Cleanup Day 2022: GAYO partner 21 CSOs to cleanup densely polluted beaches, educational institutions


The Green Africa Youth Organization (GAYO) under its Sustainable Enterprise Driven Solution Management initiative has joined forces with 21 civil society and governmental organizations in the country to cleanup the Sango Beach, one of the densely polluted beaches located at Teshie, a suburb Accra in the Greater Accra Region.


The exercise aims to help tackle environmental pollution in a bid to achieve the zero-plastic waste agenda in Ghana.


The event dubbed: “Beach Cleanup & Brand Audit” brought together participants from 21 governmental and non-governmental organizations who are partners including volunteers in numbers who converged at the venue during the early hours of Saturday September, 17, 2022, a day set aside globally to commemorate the World Cleanup Day.


The participants thoroughly cleanup, tidied and collected plastic waste including other pollutants which poses threat to fishes and inhabitants at the Sango beach.


The well patronized exercise was climaxed with a brand audit, an initiative by GAYO which witnessed the record keeping (sorting/analysing) of data on plastic waste to help identify the companies responsible for plastic pollution in the country with the view of holding them accountable.


The event which came on the theme: “Break Free From Plastic,” was organized as part of activities to commemorate this year’s World Cleanup Day; a global event which seeks primarily to unite across the world millions of volunteers, governments and organizations in the 191 members’ countries to tackle the global waste problem while building the new and sustainable world.


It was initiated by GAYO in collaboration with its Echo-Club Campus Chapters and supported by the Green Springs Global, Global Citizens, SESA Recycling, The GEF Small Grants Programme, La Dade Kotoku Municipal Assembly, Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly, G17 - University Ambassadors Consortium, the Human Rights Reporters Ghana-NGO and the Environmental Science Students’ Association.


Other partners include the Glittering Stars International, Geography Students' Association, the Green Innovation for People and Nature, Agribusiness Students' Association of Ghana, Water and Sanitation Students’ Association, the Radio Windy Bay 98.3 FM and the International Association of Students in Agriculture.


In his message to commemorate the 2022 World Cleanup Day in Ghana, Nana Mintah articulates that,


“As we strive to adapt and mitigate climate change impact, I know for sure there are frustrations but so are there opportunities to create a space where we can look back and be proud as future generations see our efforts to correct the mess that we created in the first place.”


“I am strong about plastic waste management. I believe it is time we stood together to work towards eliminating plastic pollution as it contributes significantly to climate change impacts.


The earth is the only place of our survival and we have the obligation to be effective stewards to preserve, protect and restore for now and future generations” he concludes.


Touching on brand audit as an intervention, Jacob Johnson Attakpah, Project Coordinator of the Green Africa Youth Organization (GAYO) observed that it is a citizen science initiative that involves recording data on plastic waste to help identify the companies responsible for plastic pollution and hold them accountable.


He further explained that it seeks to advance the scope from just clean-ups and anti-plastics use campaigns to tracing each producer and holding them accountable in managing their waste generation.


Mr. Attakpah stressed that his outfit is making a paradigm shift from the conventional campaigns on waste and plastics which largely focused on the consumers' “dos” and “don'ts” deemed as an ultimate goal to influence policy on the ban on single-use plastics.


“As the call on the elimination of plastic waste is on the crescendo, the alternative have been laid bare by GAYO which includes a complete ban on single-use plastic in Ghana to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Kenya.


It is mainly by this means will there be prohibition on their production, distribution or use. This, GAYO believes offers the upper hand in achieving zero-plastic waste in Ghana”.


The world continues to sit on a time bomb as plastic waste is not properly managed especially for developing countries.


Plastic pollution significantly contributes to climate change. They cause land and water pollution, enhance greenhouse gas emissions, devalue marine ecosystems, and threaten wildlife and biodiversity.


Chemicals released by plastic waste render soil unproductive, thereby affecting food security.


GAYO is a youth-led gender-balanced advocacy group that focuses largely on environmental health and community development.


They operate around four thematic areas which include: capacity building, climate change, disaster risk reduction, and circular economy.


Source:humanrightsreporters.com


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Hussan Ahmad Ks Aka Hassan Ahmad Khan ( حسان احمد خان) Pakistani Popular Young Pakistani singer


This field has attracted young & dynamic youth towards it & one such name is of a young boy called Hussan Ahmad Ks. He hails from the Pakistani state of Punjab and has gained an edge in this field allowing everyone to take a lead in this and Hussan Ahmad Ks in this industry remains one who is a known name.

Hussan Ahmad Ks (Urdu: حسان احمد خان) was born in Narowal (April 2, 2002) and raised in the main State of Pakistan which is Punjab. In his school life, he began writing rap songs and poetry as a creative. Hussan Ahmad Ks also became a good Pakistani Poem Reciter in his school life. He wins many prizes at that time.

He read many books at early age and he explores his writing skill as well. He is verified on all famous music streaming platforms like Spotify, Jiosaavn, YouTube, Musixmatch and many others.

As a Pakistani Musical Artist & Digital Creator, Hussan Ahmad Ks make many music contents on various kind of social platform. He is also a Poem Reciter, Lyricist, Blogger, writer, and Entrepreneur in Pakistan.

It is generally not easy for an Entrepreneur to be so well accomplished at a young age. But Hussan Ahmad Ks has surpassed every level and made his name in the marketing industry, he is one of those self-made entrepreneurs who can provide you with any and every digital marketing service.

After all, he has worked with more than 700 clients, if that isn’t impressive! A good client base allows the digital marketers to not only build his image but also grow the numbers of clients for the future. Because that way he can help out more brands and companies alongside counting his profits.

One of his quote is “Of course, with hardship comes ease”

  • Facebook: www.facebook.com/hussanahmadks
  • Instagram: www.instagram.com/hussanahmadks
  • Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hussan_ks

Address: Narowal, Pakistan.

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https://avalanches.com/gh/accra_human_rights_reporters_joseph_wemakor_invited_to_participate_in_digit4430421_23_09_2022

Human Rights Reporters' Joseph Wemakor invited to participate in Digital Clinic for Civic Actors in Lagos, Nigeria


Executive Director of Human Rights Reporters Ghana-NGO (HRRG) Joseph Wemakor, is among the first cohort of selected leaders of civil society organizations (CSOs) across West Africa invited to participate in the Digital Clinic for Civic Actors by the Spaces for Change (S4C), a non-governmental organization, situated in Lagos in collaboration with Interactive Initiative for Social Impact (Dataphyte).


The training aims to equip civic actors with practical skills to safeguard and mitigate risks in the digital world


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


This forms part of an initiative of the Civic Space Resource Hub for Civil Society Organizations project in West Africa (CSR-Hub) which seeks to offer capacity building and technical support to CSOs across four strategic pillars such as: Civic Space Protection, Governance and Regulatory Compliance, Digital Security and Protection and Resource Mobilization and Financial Resilience


Mr Wemakor was selected out of over 60 applicants in West Africa by the project team of assessors who found him duly qualified for a spot in the training program.


The staunch human rights activist, among other cohorts expected to join the Clinic from Senegal, Sierra Leone and Nigeria will be well schooled on whistleblowing policies and practices, digital rights and its impact on the work of the media, CSO’s and human rights defenders and how to hold power accountable in a digital world etc.


The cohorts are expected to benefit from a 12-month fully funded training, workshops, coaching, technical support and financial resilience building across the pillars under the project.


Source:humanrightsreporters.com

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https://avalanches.com/ca/hamilton_jayforegin_is_a_music_artist_from_4365536_20_09_2022

Jayforegin is a music artist from

Burlington Ontario with 2 albums 5 singles

he has been making music since grade 6

and he’s takes on new challenges to take over the world as a inspiring artist

go stream his new single bad habits

with over 2 thousand streams on YouTube

man’s 87 thousand streams on SoundCloud

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https://avalanches.com/ca/hamilton_jayforegin_is_a_music_artist_from_4365535_20_09_2022

Jayforegin is a music artist from

Burlington Ontario with 2 albums 5 singles

he has been making music since grade 6

and he’s takes on new challenges to take over the world as a inspiring artist

go stream his new single bad habits

with over 2 thousand streams on YouTube

man’s 87 thousand streams on SoundCloud


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