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70 billion. PenCom said that the payment comprised of life insurance of 42851 deceased employees from both private and public sector of the economy The report also showed that the total number of retirees currently receiving their pensions under the Programmed Withdrawal (PW) increased from 158409 in the previous quarter to 165740 in the third quarter 2017 This it said represents 463 per cent (7331) increase from the total retirement recorded through the PW A sectorial breakdown of those that retired under the PW during the quarter shows that the public sector had 5081 per cent (3725) of total retirees while the private sector was 4919 per cent (3606) During the quarter under review the document revealed that 7331 retirees were paid the sum of N1791 billion as lump sum and N027 billion as monthly programmed withdrawals The report shows that from inception to date a total of 165740 retirees have been paid the sum of N42716 billion as lump sum and N563 billion as monthly programmed withdrawals On retirement by annuity the Commission approved a total of 5243 applications for annuity retirement plan during the quarter bringing the total number of retirees receiving their retirement benefits through the annuity plan to 41688 It indicates that 5243 retirees received N430 billion as lump sum payment and paid annuity premium of N2774 billion to Insurance companies totaling N5398 billion and N20585 billion as lump sum payments and annuity premium It said that the retirees were receiving average monthly annuity of N185 billion as at the end of September 2017 On withdrawal of 25 per cent of Retirement Saving Account (RSA) balances it said approval was granted for payment of N500 billion to 16165 RSA holders According to the report the RSA holders were those under the age of 50 years and were disengaged from work and unable to secure another job within 4 months of disengagement It said the cumulative total number of disengaged RSA holders who were paid 25 per cent was 221777 and were paid N7603 billion from inception to date A further analysis on the payment of disengaged RSA holder according to the report showed that the private sector accounted for 9540 per cent (221777) while the public sector accounted for 460 per cent (10687)(NAN) The Grand Forks Youth Commission made up of students is planning to increase parents’ understanding of social media technology and how they can preserve their children’s privacy and well-being They are developing a handout to distribute widely to parents through up-coming parent-teacher conferences and school newsletters The handout offers tips on how to best use Facebook and a list of informative websites It’s part of a multifaceted campaign by the commission to promote "digital citizenship" in an effort to steer students away from cyber-bullying and other unwise and unsafe uses of social media "I’m not sure all parents know how their kids are using the Internet" said Norm Dutot YORS facilitator for Grand Forks public schools "They want to keep their children safe but they don’t know how" YORS a school-based group stands for Youth gaining Opportunities Recognition and Skills "The best way for parents to monitor their kids is to become a ‘friend’ on Facebook" said Nathan Olson activities director at Red River High School "If kids don’t want parents as Facebook friends then there’s probably something on there that they’re not proud of" Also most students don’t understand the permanence of messages posted on social media said Mandi Egeland core leader of the Youth Commission and junior at Red River High School"Your ‘digital footprint’ never goes away" she said "We want kids to know that an impulsive post could be seen by a future employer and cost them a job" Members of the Youth Commission a group sanctioned by the Grand Forks Mayor’s Office and school district employees met Wednesday to brainstorm key messages and methods to reach students and parents The group is also developing ideas for producing two videos one aimed at middle schoolers and the other at high school students as well as plans for middle school students to make presentations to elementary students Children as young as second grade are on Facebook Dutot said he was surprised to learn Reach Knudson at (701) 780-1107; (800) 477-6572 ext 107; or send e-mail to pknudson@gfheraldcom
Sue Korman a board member of the Fargo-based Central Cities Ministries which oversees the F-M Sheltering Churches project announced to Fargo city commissioners Monday May 8 that the project is ending after six years"We don’t come to you with any specific request or challenge but to thank the city for their support [and] with the hope that partnership will continue. [to] come up with a solution for next winter" Korman saidSheltering Churches began as an emergency response — albeit temporary and slated for only a five-year term — from local faith communities who felt homelessness was on the rise in the metro"What started out with nine (churches) turned into 30" said Dan Mahli the city’s community development administrator "Real loaves and fishes"Mahli added that at the time of the project’s inception "beds were overflowing" and in return over the past six years thousands of volunteers lent a handEach week during the cold season Sheltering Churches would have a different church serve as an overflow shelter Churches accommodated the homeless with air mattresses and provided toiletries transportation clothing and foodIn January 2017 however Sheltering Churches announced that the project slowed down so much that this would be its final year with April being the last month of operationKorman said recently the project has been "only needing to provide half the number of shelter beds" Those individuals left using the project had needs "beyond the ability of church volunteers" such as those with mental health issues or the very oldThe decrease in bed demands reflects the work done in the F-M area like helping fund the Gladys Ray Shelter and outreach workers she saidCity Commissioner John Strand said the success of Sheltering Churches can be quantified in other ways like "keeping people alive" Looking at Grand Forks Strand said there were two deaths of homeless people there earlier this year"What you do is invaluable" Strand said as the chamber applauded Korman and four of her colleagues who attended Monday’s meeting like what triggered the gun and what Stickney’s final words were, "Luckily I had the whole off-season to formulate it in my head and figure out who these guys were,Empowerment Programme, speaking to the BBC last year. Arguably there is no good reason even to exclude birds with cameras attached to theman old technique that is seeing something of a renaissance with cheap and light digital video. let alone a default rule against their use in particular contexts (sometimes called the "precautionary principle") as some commentators demand. O’Connell said the city of Little Canada will take care of that. ”Interestingly, 21.
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