Programming – MYNYML http://mynyml.com/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 15:16:27 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://mynyml.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/cropped-icon-32x32.png Programming – MYNYML http://mynyml.com/ 32 32 Java 19 continues the evolution of the open source programming language https://mynyml.com/java-19-continues-the-evolution-of-the-open-source-programming-language/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 15:16:27 +0000 https://mynyml.com/java-19-continues-the-evolution-of-the-open-source-programming-language/ Oracle has officially announced the general availability of Java 19 on September 20, marking the second release of the widely used open-source programming language in 2022. Java 19 follows Java 18 six months and continues to deliver new features that aim to make the programming language easier for developers to use, while providing more functionality. […]]]>

Oracle has officially announced the general availability of Java 19 on September 20, marking the second release of the widely used open-source programming language in 2022.

Java 19 follows Java 18 six months and continues to deliver new features that aim to make the programming language easier for developers to use, while providing more functionality.

Java 19 is an incremental release and will only be supported for six months. As part of its rapid release cycle, Java features are bundled into larger projects that define a target capability that will be enabled through the introduction of individual Java features detailed by the JDK Enhancement Process (JEP).

The JEPs included in Java 19 help move three key projects forward, explained Georges Saab, senior vice president of development, Java Platform at Oracle and chairman of the board of OpenJDK. ITPro today.

“One is Project Loon, which is about scalability; the second is Project Amber, which is about the evolution of the Java language itself and its syntax; and the last is Project Panama, which is about interoperability with other languages,” said Saab.

Bringing New Patterns to Java 19 Development

Within the Project Amber group, Java 19 boasts a pair of enhancements that are now in preview.

The first is a Ability to save patterns. The characteristic is defined in JEP 405, which extends pattern matching to express more sophisticated and composable data queries. JEP 427 provides pattern matching for Switch, which improves Java pattern matching for switch expressions and statements.

As part of the Panama project, Java has been extended in recent years to better support functions that are normally outside of Java. For instance, Java 15, which was released in September 2020, introduced JEP 383 as a new API for foreign memory access. In Java 19 there is another foreign memory extension with JEP 424.

“Project Panama is a global project to improve connections between Java and non-Java APIs,” Saab said. “While we believe there will always be incremental improvements that can be made to help developers using non-Java APIs, we will continue to innovate in these areas.”

Specific to what’s new in Java 19 with JEP 424, a key change in this release is more control over foreign memory allocation and deallocation through the “MemorySession” API, he said. Also, there are improvements around the foreign function API.

Another new feature of Java 19 for Project Panama is JEP 426 which helps improve performance with an API to express vector calculations.

Java performance will likely also benefit from the Loon project’s efforts for virtual threads that made their way into Java 19.

“Virtual threads are lightweight threads that dramatically reduce the effort of writing, maintaining, and watching high-throughput concurrent applications.” JEP 425 states.

Java 19 will be the final release of Java in 2022. The next incremental release, Java 20, is currently scheduled for release in March 2023. Java 21, scheduled for release in September 2023, will be a Long Term Support (LTS) update ) which will be supported for five years. The current version of Java LTS is Java 17, which became generally available in September 2021 and will be supported until at least 2026.

About the Author

Sean Michael Kerner is an IT consultant, tech enthusiast, and handyman. He consults for industry and media organizations on technology issues.

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Concern Worldwide Water Sanitation and Hygiene Strategy 2021 – 2025 – Worldwide https://mynyml.com/concern-worldwide-water-sanitation-and-hygiene-strategy-2021-2025-worldwide/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 03:27:31 +0000 https://mynyml.com/concern-worldwide-water-sanitation-and-hygiene-strategy-2021-2025-worldwide/ Attachments ABSTRACT This strategy sets out Concern Worldwide’s goal, objectives and core interventions for water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) from 2021 to 2025. Building on the previous WASH strategy, it reflects internal changes in how Concern positions itself and the priorities it sets and external changes in the way the WASH sector has evolved over […]]]>

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ABSTRACT

This strategy sets out Concern Worldwide’s goal, objectives and core interventions for water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) from 2021 to 2025. Building on the previous WASH strategy, it reflects internal changes in how Concern positions itself and the priorities it sets and external changes in the way the WASH sector has evolved over the past five years. It sets an ambitious agenda for how Concern can use its core strengths – a humanitarian organization working to end extreme poverty in some of the world’s poorest countries – to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG6). ) for water and sanitation: ensure the availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.

This WASH strategy (see Figure 1) is based on the strategic objective “Contribute to the achievement of the health and well-being of the extremely poor in the context of the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG 6) linked to water, sanitation and hygiene”. To achieve this, Concern has set itself five strategic objectives:

  • Strategic Objective I Sustainably improve access to sustainable basic WASH services for people living in extreme poverty.

  • Strategic Objective 2 Implement gender-transformative WASH programs.

  • Strategic Objective 3 Work to strengthen the enabling environment for WASH by helping to build strong systems at district and national level.

  • Strategic objective 4 Contribute to the climate resilience of people living in extreme poverty and ensure that WASH programs do not have a negative impact on the environment.

  • Strategic Objective 5 Improve the ability of Concern and its partners to achieve WASH strategic objectives.

This strategy marks an evolution of Concern’s strategy for WASH rather than a sea change. In some areas – the provision of basic water, sanitation and hygiene services – Concern’s programming will continue, with a relentless focus on people living in extreme poverty and the implementation high quality interventions. Work in the areas of gender, systems strengthening and capacity building is not new to Concern’s WASH programming, but this strategy sets increased ambition in this area reflecting changes in the sector and the recognition that the status quo is not enough. While the inclusion of a focus specifically on climate-resilient WASH is new for this strategy, it represents a continuation of Concern’s historic strength of integrating risk analysis and risk reduction into WASH programming.

These objectives will guide the design and implementation of WASH programs across all Concern WASH programmes, building on a core set of WASH interventions – based on Concern’s experience and expertise and best practices. WASH sector practices – which define what Concern’s WASH programs should look like on the ground, and what sets Concern’s WASH programming apart.

Each national program will identify the WASH interventions best suited to the local context. Concern’s long history as a leader in humanitarian WASH responses means that emergency WASH interventions are a feature in many contexts. Whether you are working in a humanitarian or development context, Concern will implement WASH programs centered on the needs of beneficiaries and involve communities and individuals at all stages of the process. Participatory methodologies – including CLTS and PHAST – will be a key component of many national WASH programmes, complemented by methodologies involving the private sector (such as sanitation marketing) where appropriate. The strategy is based on a commitment to ensure that all WASH programs are delivered with the highest possible quality.

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Yale’s First Indigenous Student Body President Outlines New Programs and Goals at Divinity School https://mynyml.com/yales-first-indigenous-student-body-president-outlines-new-programs-and-goals-at-divinity-school/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 06:22:48 +0000 https://mynyml.com/yales-first-indigenous-student-body-president-outlines-new-programs-and-goals-at-divinity-school/ The first president of Indigenous student government at Yale Divinity School, Tamara Fore-Ravelo bases her platform on diversity and a fluid definition of divinity. Brian Zhang 02:22, Sep 16, 2022 Staff reporter Courtesy of Tamara Fore-Ravelo Tamara Fore-Ravelo DIV ’23 makes Yale Divinity School history as the school’s first Indigenous student government president, basing her […]]]>

The first president of Indigenous student government at Yale Divinity School, Tamara Fore-Ravelo bases her platform on diversity and a fluid definition of divinity.

Brian Zhang

02:22, Sep 16, 2022

Staff reporter


Courtesy of Tamara Fore-Ravelo

Tamara Fore-Ravelo DIV ’23 makes Yale Divinity School history as the school’s first Indigenous student government president, basing her platform on an increasingly fluid definition of “divinity” and a school culture that elevates underrepresented voices in the American faith.

Since its founding in 1822, the Divinity School has been committed to preparing students for service in the church and in the community, in the hope of nurturing the exploration of Christian scholarship in a multi-faith global context. It’s the final part of that mission — cultivating awareness of religious diversity — that Fore-Ravelo says takes work and one she’s eager to zone in as a student body leader.

“We are all healing from the breakdown in the world – the pandemic, the shootings, the [post-traumatic stress disorder]“said Fore-Ravelo. “I really am an unconventional president. What I bring — apart from intellectualism — is the heart. My platform aims to do healing work and bring light to campus.

The first step, Fore-Ravelo said, is to recognize that this healing is not just an individual process. Knowing that many of his peers are still recovering from the pandemic and the national upheavals of recent years, his platform focuses on strengthening people-to-people relationships, as well as the role people play in nature’s larger ecosystems.

Among the initiatives Fore-Ravelo and her team are announcing this year is a series of lectures called “Name It, Heal It,” where she invites big names in global advocacy to engage students in conversations about diversity and the leadership. Speakers will come from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines, and will include an American Poet Laureate, heavyweight boxing champion, authors and pastors. After months of planning, the series will officially debut on September 21, featuring Fore-Ravelo’s personal mentor, Iyanla Vanzant — a famous American motivational speaker and spiritual educator — as its first guest.

“Because the YDS is a Christian school, it can be quite difficult for other people of other faiths to be affirmed,” said Edwin Pérez Jr. DIV ’24, Andover Newton Seminary Representative to Student Government. from Yale Divinity.

Pérez stressed the importance of telling local stories and the stories of “people below the story”.

These conversations about race and inequality at the YDS are nothing new. In January 2022, Yale Divinity School Dean Gregory Sterling acknowledged the school’s historic complicity with racism, announcing a $20 million Social Justice Scholarship Fund to accommodate Black students. and underrepresented in school.

Fore-Ravelo emphasized that beyond serving as a liaison for the YDS student body and capitalizing on marginalized perspectives, she seeks to change the way the rest of Yale views the Divinity School, its employees, and its goals. She said she understands Divinity School can often feel very “religious” and isolated from the rest of an academically oriented campus, but said the principles taught there can be applied regardless of one’s career and background. his academic trajectories; she said that ultimately a spiritual education is to edify people.

In an interview with the News, Vanzant echoed Fore-Ravelo’s sentiment that divinity and the sciences deserve unity. She said she was disappointed with the lack of clarity in the definition of the word “deity” at Yale. Divinity isn’t just religion and it’s not just culture, Vanzant said – the traditional qualifications used to determine whether something is “divine” or not come from a European construction of a seeing being. all and almighty.

As a black spiritual leader working in a field she described as dominated by white male voices, Vanzant said any school that offers a divinity program, including Harvard, Yale and Princeton, must be held accountable for the integration of diversity into its curriculum, as well as to erode the boundaries that divide academic disciplines.

“Because the concepts of male dominance and superiority are collapsing,” Vanzant said. “I encourage the Divinity School to be mindful, aware, and deliberate in sharing with the rest of the body what its mission is and how it trains leaders today to integrate concepts of divinity into the myriad arenas of life. “

Yale Divinity School is located at 409 Prospect St.




BRIAN ZHANG


Brian Zhang covers COVID-19 and Yale New Haven Health, as well as housing and homelessness. Originally from Brooklyn, New York, he is a student at Davenport majoring in English and creative writing.

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Netflix sets date and lineup for Tudum 2022 https://mynyml.com/netflix-sets-date-and-lineup-for-tudum-2022/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 14:12:00 +0000 https://mynyml.com/netflix-sets-date-and-lineup-for-tudum-2022/ Netflix has set the date for its second annual free Tudum virtual fan convention, planning five “global” events in 24 hours for September 24. Tudum 2022 will give fans of the streamer an “exciting day of exclusive news, never-before-seen footage, trailers and first looks, plus interviews with Netflix’s biggest stars and creators,” according to Netflix. […]]]>

Netflix has set the date for its second annual free Tudum virtual fan convention, planning five “global” events in 24 hours for September 24.

Tudum 2022 will give fans of the streamer an “exciting day of exclusive news, never-before-seen footage, trailers and first looks, plus interviews with Netflix’s biggest stars and creators,” according to Netflix. “The free virtual event is a celebration of the Netflix fandom and is dedicated to sharing the scoop on over 120 fan-favorite shows, movies, specials and games from around the world.”

From Netflix:

  • At 11:00 a.m. KST (7:00 p.m. PT on September 23), Tudum kicks off with an exciting show outside of Korea.
  • At 11:00 a.m. IST (10:30 p.m. PT, September 23), fans will be treated to a fun preview of what to expect in India.
  • At 10:00 a.m. PT, Tudum kicks off as a two-part show with Part 1 outside the US and Europe, and Part 2 at 11:30 a.m. PT outside Latin America, including surprises from others country.
  • At 1:00 p.m. JST on September 25 (9:00 p.m. PT on September 24), our stars from Japan will close Tudum with a celebration of our Japanese entertainment.

Shows presented during this year’s Tudum will include:

1899 • 3 Body Problem • Alice In Borderland • Belascoarán • Berlin • Bridgerton • Class • Dead To Me • El Amor Después Del Amor • El Reino • Elite • Emily In Paris • First Love • Glitch • Guns & Gulaabs • Heartstopper • Jojo’s Bizzare Stone Ocean Adventure • Love Is Blind: Brazil • Lupine • Manifesto • Money Heist: Korea – Common Economic Zone • Nayanthara: Beyond the Fairy Tale • I’ve Never Done It • Outer Banks • Physics: 100 • Queen Charlotte : A Bridgerton Story • Rana Naidu • Scoop • Shadow and Bone • Soup • Calamari Game • Stranger Things • The Crown • The Fabulous • The Makanai: Cooking for the Maiko House • The Umbrella Academy • The Watcher • The Witcher • The Witcher: Origin of Blood • Triada • Vikings: Valhalla • Wednesday • You • and many more!

Tudum’s 2022 film lineup includes:

20th Century Girl • Ardiente Paciencia • A Través Del Mar • Beyond the Universe • Carga Máxima • Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga • Enola Holmes 2 • Extraction 2 • Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery • Guillermo De Toro’s Pinocchio • Heart Of Stone • Kathal Khufiya • Matrimillas • Monica, Oh My Darling • Qala • Team Redeem • Slumberland • The School of Good and Evil • They’ve Cloned Tyrone • Yours or Mine • and many more!

And these Netflix video games will be featured:

Compass: West • Destra: The Memories Between • Kentucky Route Zero • Nailed! Baking Party • Stranger Things: Riddle Stories • Triviaverse

Tudum will be available to stream via Netflix’s YouTube channels worldwide in 29 different languages.

Watch the “Tudum” trailer below.

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Farmington Museum Celebration Raises Funds for Programming and Activities https://mynyml.com/farmington-museum-celebration-raises-funds-for-programming-and-activities/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 20:36:19 +0000 https://mynyml.com/farmington-museum-celebration-raises-funds-for-programming-and-activities/ FARMINGTON — Fans of German music, beer and culture are in for a treat this weekend when the Farmington Museum Foundation presents its third take on its Oktoberfest celebration at the museum. The event, which serves as a fundraiser for the foundation, which supports museum programming and activities, takes place from 5 to 8 p.m. […]]]>

FARMINGTON — Fans of German music, beer and culture are in for a treat this weekend when the Farmington Museum Foundation presents its third take on its Oktoberfest celebration at the museum.

The event, which serves as a fundraiser for the foundation, which supports museum programming and activities, takes place from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, September 16, on the museum grounds, 3041 E. Main St. in Farmington. The event first took place in 2019, but was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 before returning last year.

Tickets are $35 and admission is limited to those 21 and older. Tickets can be purchased at the museum gift shop and from museum board members.

Foundation board member Julia Thom said the celebration will feature beer from Three Rivers Brewery, a variety of food vendors and live music from Die Sechs Polka Dots, a band of polka featuring Teun Fetz, Karen Mesikapp, Mick Hesse, Don Allen, John Burris and Connie Schulz. Thom noted that, despite the name, the traditional Oktoberfest celebrations — which have taken place in Munich, Germany, for more than 200 years — begin each year in mid-September before ending at the beginning of the following month.

“It’s a fun time to sit outside the museum and listen to music and support the museum,” she said.

The first 200 customers through the doors will receive a free commemorative mug, and everyone will get their first beer for free, Thom said.

Call 505-599-1174 for more information.

Mike Easterling can be reached at 505-564-4610 or measterling@daily-times.com. Support local journalism with a digital subscription: http://bit.ly/2I6TU0e.

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Why Every Traveler Should Have Brazil On Their Bucket List https://mynyml.com/why-every-traveler-should-have-brazil-on-their-bucket-list/ Sun, 11 Sep 2022 04:47:14 +0000 https://mynyml.com/why-every-traveler-should-have-brazil-on-their-bucket-list/ Brazil, the country that continues to bless the world with creative football stars, is a country that every traveler should have on their to-do list. Many people who have reviewed its destinations have described it as “the happy country”. Its vastness makes it one of the most diverse destinations in the world. Whether you want […]]]>

Brazil, the country that continues to bless the world with creative football stars, is a country that every traveler should have on their to-do list. Many people who have reviewed its destinations have described it as “the happy country”. Its vastness makes it one of the most diverse destinations in the world.

Whether you want to be part of the carnival or just relax on the beach and visit the sites recommended online, there is something for you. Here are some hidden and not-so-hidden gems that should put Brazil on your to-do list.

Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer), Rio De Janeiro

It’s a statue that you’ve probably seen in pictures, but that doesn’t do it justice. Seeing the arm span of 28 meters is quite an intriguing experience. The statue overlooks the country’s capital at 709 meters above sea level. It stands on top of Corcovado, a point in Tijuca National Park.

To get to the top, you take a cogwheel train over a distance of 3.5 kilometers. From here, you can drink in the breathtaking masterpiece that was completed in 1931. In this area, you can also enjoy waterfalls and springs, and observe beautiful birds and flora.

Iguassu Falls

It is part of the Iguaçu River. It occurs where Brazil meets Argentina and Paraguay. The river heats up by narrowing to a quarter of its normal size just before the falls, creating enough force to create 247 thundering falls. The mental picture is difficult to paint; you have to experience the falls that drop more than 100 meters below. One of the biggest falls is called the Garganta do Diabo, the Devil’s Throat. The area is a UNESCO heritage site.

Carnival

The pre-Lenten Carnival is known for its colors and action. When you think of decoration, this is the place. From a distance, it may seem like a huge, beautiful mess, but it is a carefully planned and coordinated event. It is a happy holiday where even a newcomer is swallowed indiscriminately. Dancers, musicians and performers are on hand to make sure there’s no dull moment throughout the frenzy of the street.

As mentioned earlier, Brazil’s abundance of offerings is as vast as its size. Its gigantic coastline is teeming with beaches while its towns are still gearing up for a carnival. For football fans, you can be sure you’ll have an exciting match to watch or participate in, whether you’re hitting the streets or the beach.

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ImagineIF Launches Fall Programming | Daily Inter Lake https://mynyml.com/imagineif-launches-fall-programming-daily-inter-lake/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 07:02:20 +0000 https://mynyml.com/imagineif-launches-fall-programming-daily-inter-lake/ September kicks off fall programming for ImagineIF Libraries, and there’s something in store for all ages. According to a statement from ImagineIF, story time for children up to age 5 returns this week. Participants can sing, dance, read and explore in fun, interactive lessons for babies, toddlers and preschoolers, with hands-on activities to follow along […]]]>


September kicks off fall programming for ImagineIF Libraries, and there’s something in store for all ages.

According to a statement from ImagineIF, story time for children up to age 5 returns this week. Participants can sing, dance, read and explore in fun, interactive lessons for babies, toddlers and preschoolers, with hands-on activities to follow along with story time. At the Kalispell branch, preschool storytime takes place on Tuesdays at 11 a.m. and babies and toddlers storytime takes place on Wednesdays at 11 a.m.

In Bigfork, Story Time will take place at the Ark Building – the future home of the new Bigfork branch – and will take place on Thursdays at 11 a.m. At the Columbia Falls branch, Babies and Toddlers Storytime will be Mondays at 11 a.m. and Preschool Storytime. will take place on Thursday at 11 a.m.

For teens, ImagineIF encourages kids in grades 6-12 to stop by and check out their creative scene, happening all month in Kalispell, Bigfork, and Columbia Falls. The September activity will be felting. Stop by to see what the latest activity is, and also check out their online resources, which include access to numerous academic databases and Creativebug.com, home to over 1,000 art and craft video courses. crafts taught by renowned design experts and artists.

Teens can also stop by the Teen Zone at the Kalispell branch for Nintendo Switch Days, grades 6-12. They will alternate between Super Smash Ultimate and Mario Kart 8 every Wednesday in September until 6 p.m.

ImagineIF’s marketing and communications coordinator, Lune Axelsen, said customers should stay tuned for October, when they plan to announce all-new teen programming.

Customers also have the opportunity to view local artwork on display at branches in Kalispell and Columbia Falls. Local artist Tom Roberts will exhibit his Montana wildlife oil paintings at the Kalispell branch, and Keri Keefe’s vibrant watercolors can be seen at the Columbia Falls branch.

Friends of ImagineIF Libraries will hold their book club on the second Tuesday of every month. On October 11, they will discuss “The Splendid and the Vile” by Erik Larson. They meet at 3 p.m. in the meeting room of the Kalispell agency.

All ImagineIF branches will be closed on September 12 for a staff training day. For more information, visit imagineiflibraries.org.

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The surefire way to get all the free channels and enjoy the best programming on smart TVs https://mynyml.com/the-surefire-way-to-get-all-the-free-channels-and-enjoy-the-best-programming-on-smart-tvs/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 04:40:37 +0000 https://mynyml.com/the-surefire-way-to-get-all-the-free-channels-and-enjoy-the-best-programming-on-smart-tvs/ Every day, all kinds of content are released on the social network. at the last minute, TIC Toc It has become one of the most widely used video streaming platforms in the world. Users love this app because it has a wide variety of content for all types of people. Recipes to cook something delicious, […]]]>

Every day, all kinds of content are released on the social network. at the last minute, TIC Toc It has become one of the most widely used video streaming platforms in the world.

Users love this app because it has a wide variety of content for all types of people. Recipes to cook something delicious, tutorials, fashion tips, parodies, challenges and more on how to fix different items Tricks to even install applications or be able to access various content for free,

was on occasion A user named Gisela Lugones has revealed a hidden secret that many would surely like to know first. It is in a video that he uploaded to his personal account where he explains step by step how to access all TV channels for free.

The steps are easy to follow and the author of the video guarantees that this trick works without exception. you just need to try one Smart-TV And a smart cell phone.

“Look how I enjoy all the channels on my Smart TV with Android completely free. Sports, entertainment, cultural, children’s channels, among other channels, separated by categories”The woman started

And then he advised: “Stay till the end I will show you how to install this app so you can have all the channels on your Smart TV or tv box,,

“The first thing you are going to do is go to your browser and search for”educatea”, you enter our website and “go find”world game“You enter the first result where you can download this application”Giselle pointed out.

And he explained the second step: The second thing is to download this application on your smart TV or TV box and also on your mobile phone.send files to tv“Which is available in playstore and is free”,

to the next step “You enter the application, you press send, you look for the folder where”apk“From Global Play, you select it and then you select your Smart TV”He explained in detail.

Finally, the woman commented: “Automatically, the APK will start transferring. Finally, you need to install the APK on your Smart TV or TV Box and you can enjoy all the channels completely free.,

As expected, the trick went viral and earned over 70,000 “I like this” And hundreds of comments where users have given their opinion on this promising trick.

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SYR-CMU – LIVELIHOODS SPECIALIST (M/F) – AMUDA – Syrian Arab Republic https://mynyml.com/syr-cmu-livelihoods-specialist-m-f-amuda-syrian-arab-republic/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 14:35:35 +0000 https://mynyml.com/syr-cmu-livelihoods-specialist-m-f-amuda-syrian-arab-republic/ Desired start date: as soon as possible Duration of the mission : 6 months Location: Amuda ABOUT THE MISSION… Type and content of the program: The mission in Syria is dedicated to working in recently opened and difficult areas in order to provide life-saving activities to the population affected by the conflict. SI implements integrated […]]]>

Desired start date: as soon as possible

Duration of the mission : 6 months

Location: Amuda

ABOUT THE MISSION…

Type and content of the program: The mission in Syria is dedicated to working in recently opened and difficult areas in order to provide life-saving activities to the population affected by the conflict. SI implements integrated programming in both north-west and north-east Syria, which includes response to first emergencies (emergency shelter programming, emergency WASH, etc.), protracted crises (response in NWS camps, WASH, shelter and response to basic needs and host communities in NES), and more sustainable activities (large-scale rehabilitation of water and irrigation infrastructure, support to livelihoods, rehabilitation of schools and private houses, etc.). In addition, SI is leading a BHA-funded consortium providing a public health-focused response across the NES, along with three other international partners. Other donors supporting the mission are: ECHO, SCHF, Global Europe, CDCS, CIAA, SRTF.

The coordination team is based in Amman (Jordan). The Northwest operation is managed from Amman and the operational base is located in Azaz (Aleppo governorate). In the Northeast, operations are managed from Amuda/Hassakeh and Raqqa. The mission also has a small team in Gaziantep (Turkey) working discreetly.

ABOUT THE JOB

Main objective:

    • The Livelihoods Specialist contributes to the implementation and adaptation of the LEARN Sector strategy, including facilitating the integration of Livelihoods and AMLA with other LEARN Sectors. – The Livelihoods Specialist works with DCOP, other Specialists and LEARN partners to identify, design and track referrals from/to Livelihoods and AMLA programs – The Livelihoods Specialist will ensure that effective partnership and collaboration is maintained for advocacy, technical cooperation, lessons learned, program coordination and information sharing. – He/she will provide technical input and guidance, working with all LEARN partners and sectors, and have strong intersections with support services, in particular compliance (including cash and voucher SOP modalities)

The main challenges:

    • Rolling out a multi-partner multi-million dollar project in a complex focus area – Livelihoods sector is a new addition with 3 partners involved, 2 of which are in the early stages of planning and implementation – Livelihoods program designed in a highly integrated manner with strong linkages between expected partners. – Coordinates and supports consortium partners, both technically and in communication, harmonization and integration to achieve project objectives – Develop a positive working relationship internally to the consortium, as well as externally towards the health actors present in the area – The position requires great mobility inside and outside the intervention area

Priorities for the first 2/3 months:

    • Establish and strengthen the livelihoods coordination program, focusing on a set of key areas already identified by LEARN partners. – Revise coordination mechanism for AMLA sectors and modalities agenda items for other sectors (NFIs, Shelter and WASH, Protection, etc.) – Support joint learning exercises and reviewing joint priorities for the livelihoods program and identifying priority directions and pathways for integration with other sectors (shelter component), including timely and quality donor submissions.

YOUR PROFILE

Specific skills and experience:

Diploma/training:

  • Post-graduate degree in economics, livelihoods, field related to the management of humanitarian programs

Previous experience:

  • Solid experience in managing and/or coordinating livelihood restoration and development programs in emergency response programs, preferably in a conflict setting, including experience with major grants;
  • At least 5 years of professional experience within a humanitarian and/or development organization;
  • Experience managing and coordinating emergency/rapid cash or voucher based responses – outbreaks, population displacements, etc. ;
  • Knowledge of humanitarian principles, Sphere and HAP standards;
  • Previous experience working in a consortium (desirable)
  • Experience managing BHA grants / BHA technical guidelines (desirable)
  • Good understanding of all stages of program cycle management and quality standards in humanitarian programming, including safeguards and accountability mechanisms

General skills :

Skills:

  • Excellent analytical and writing skills
  • Strategic planning, monitoring and evaluation
  • Excellent coordination skills with people from different sectors/departments
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and representation skills
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage multiple priorities, deadlines and tasks
  • Excellent time management skills and resourcefulness with strong attention to detail
  • Experience working in complex and volatile contexts, including knowledge of the humanitarian context of Syria or the Middle East, would be an advantage

Language:

  • Full fluency in English
  • Knowledge of Arabic would be appreciated

IF YOU PROPOSE

A salaried position: According to experience, from 2860 euros gross per month (2600 base salary + 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly) and a monthly Per Diem of 700 USD

SI also covers accommodation costs and travel costs between the expatriate’s country of origin and the duty station.

Holidays: During the mission, a system of alternating between work and rest is set up at the rate of 7 working days every three months. For a one-year mission, the expatriate will benefit from a break of 7 working days at 3/6 and 9 months (with 850 USD allocated by Solidarités).

To these break periods must be added the granting of 1 additional day of rest per month worked > i.e. 12 days more for a one-year contract**.**

Social and medical cover: Expatriates benefit from a set of insurances reimbursing all health expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a provident system including war risks. The essential costs of vaccination and antimalarial treatment are reimbursed.

LIVING CONDITIONS:

The candidate will be based in NES and will split their time between the main guesthouse and the field guesthouses to allow greater proximity to the project implementation sites. In the main base, living conditions are comfortable with few opportunities and places for socializing. In the operational bases, the living conditions are more basic with fewer opportunities and places for socializing.

How to register

Does this description match you? Please send us your CV and cover letter in English via the following link: https://emea3.recruitmentplatform.com/syndicated/private/syd_apply.cfm?id=PULFK026203F3VBQB6G8N8NX4&nPostingTargetID=76050

CV-only applications will not be considered.

NB: The vacancy may end before the deadline. thank you for your understanding

For more information on Solidarités International, please consult our website: http://www.solidarites.org/fr/

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CNN’s John Harwood announces departure amid news network programming overhaul https://mynyml.com/cnns-john-harwood-announces-departure-amid-news-network-programming-overhaul/ Fri, 02 Sep 2022 21:31:55 +0000 https://mynyml.com/cnns-john-harwood-announces-departure-amid-news-network-programming-overhaul/ CNN White House correspondent John Harwood announced Friday that he is leaving the news network, which is rethinking its programming strategy under a new management team from Warner Bros. Discovery. Harwood, whose career has included stints at CNBC, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, is the second high-profile reporter to leave CNN […]]]>

CNN White House correspondent John Harwood announced Friday that he is leaving the news network, which is rethinking its programming strategy under a new management team from Warner Bros. Discovery.

Harwood, whose career has included stints at CNBC, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, is the second high-profile reporter to leave CNN in recent weeks. Last month, media critic Brian Stelter walked out after the network’s new general manager, Chris Licht, canceled his show Reliable sources.

Warner Bros. Discovery was formed when Discovery acquired CNN’s parent company, WarnerMedia, in April. Changes to the network came quickly: CEO David Zaslav shut down the CNN Plus streaming platform just weeks after it launched.

Questions about how Warner Bros. Discovery would handle CNN have swirled since cable TV pioneer John Malone, a big shareholder in the company and a political conservative, offered a critique of the network’s journalism last year.

“I would love to see CNN go back to the kind of journalism it started with and have reporters, which would be unique and refreshing,” Malone told CNBC in November.

Later, Zaslav told investors he was “fully committed” to CNN, but noted that it shouldn’t be an “advocacy network.”

“CNN is in the journalism business first, and that’s what we’re going to fight for,” he said.

Harwood joined CNN in 2020 from CNBC and has frequently criticized former US President Donald Trump, whom he called a “dishonest demagogue” in a Thursday night report.

In a Tweeter On Friday, Harwood, 65, said “today is my last day on CNN” and added that he can’t wait to “find out what’s next.”

Company officials said CNN would move away from opinion programming and toward more direct news.

CNN declined to comment on Harwood’s departure. “We appreciate John’s work covering the White House, and we wish him all the best,” he said in a statement.

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