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Irish Aid is delighted to announce that 60 schools have now been selected for the regional finals for the Our World Irish Aid Awards 2013, and Claremorris National School and St Patrick’s National School Rathnamagh, Crossmolina have made the shortlist.
Major changes which risk the total upheaval of the current LEADER local development model are being considered by the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government Phil Hogan. In response to these negative proposals this week, rural citizens and community groups along with board members of South West Mayo Development Co are taking action to demand that they do not get cut off at grassroot level.
A public event which aims to promote awareness of Fairtrade and encourage people to buy Fairtrade products will take place in the Amnesty Action Centre in Galway next week. The talk is part of a series of events taking place around the country during Fairtrade Fortnight.
Small enterprises in Galway will have a better chance to gain access to funds following the signing of a new deal between Microfinance Ireland and the European Investment Fund.
A new report suggests that many older people are experiencing real hardship during Ireland’s recession, but that this remains largely hidden from public view. This suggests caution is necessary when interpreting official statistics, which show deprivation and poverty rates for pensioner households to be at an all-time low.
Capacity building training is aimed at supporting activists in community groups or committees, eg, chairperson, secretary, treasurer to better develop their role, function, and responsibilities. Its aim is to help individuals in effectively promoting their organisation’s functionality within a community setting.
Katherine Hall from Breaffy, Castlebar, a 20-year-old second year law student in DCU, is participating with a group of 20 students from all over Ireland in the Global Brigades’ Water Brigade to Ghana on January 26 2013.
Capacity building training is aimed at supporting activists in community groups or committees to better develop their role, function, and responsibilities. Its aim is to help individuals in effectively promoting their organisation’s functionality within a community setting.
On Tuesday November 13, Athlone mayor Jim Henson, along with a group of mature students from Athlone VTOS, are taking to the streets of Athlone to raise awareness and much-needed funds for the Midlands Simon Community.
Fine Gael Councillor Noreen Heston has urged small local businesses that have been refused credit by the banks to apply to the Government’s new Microfinance Scheme. The €90 million scheme has been available to businesses since the beginning of October. “This new scheme will be of huge benefit to small businesses in Mayo which have been refused traditional sources of finance. Any business or sole trader employing up to 10 people who have been refused by the banks for loans of up to €25,000 can apply. Over the 10-year lifetime of the scheme it is expected that over €90 million will be provided to 5,500 small businesses with the creation of up to 7,700 jobs,” Councillor Heston explained.