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Girls can too!

There is no doubt that there is inequality between the way the sexes are represented today. As a parent of a girl and a boy it is something I am hyper aware of and I try hard to keep an even balance at home so that my kids grow up as proud feminists just like my husband and myself. 919 more words


Understand the Importance of FCC Compliance in Digital

We’ve heard a lot of buzz in the billboard industry about Federal Communications Commission compliance with electromagnetic interference.

This is also an important issue for the sign industry and small business owners. 27 more words

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Understand the Importance of FCC Compliance in Digital

Recently, we have seen an increase in interest around Federal Communications Commission (FCC) compliance, and for good reason. This is a very important topic and one that should be taken seriously. 877 more words

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EMI: a day in the life

(Posted by Laurence)

A typical day for me looks something like this…

07:30 I arrive on site, drop my bag in the site office, and join the crew to pray before they start work; then it’s back to my office to reply to any emails that came in the evening before. 403 more words


Lending Solutions in the banking industry

For a financial institution, lending or providing loans is one of the main sources of revenue. However, in the current highly competitive business scenario, banks need to streamline their operations and incorporate various platforms to improve operational efficiency, risk management and increase profitability. 1,073 more words


A good friend of ours has written a succinct but informative blog post about some of the facts and figures of poverty in Uganda…

“Consider that more than a third of Uganda’s citizens live below the international extreme poverty line of US$1.90 a day.

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Construction insights

(Posted by Laurence)

The recent visit of my father-in-law, and his questions about the construction site, made me realise some construction methods that I am already seeing as ‘normal’ might be worthy of comment for the benefit of UK readers, so here is a little insight into some aspects of construction in Uganda. 494 more words