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Кај кои фирми легнале парите од државна помош за исплата на плати од 14.500 денари?

Компании на доскорешни владини функционери, приватни болници, обложувалници, казина, странски инвеститори, приватни училишта и универзитети, медиуми, винарски визби, текстилни фабрики, дури и религиски заедници.

Телма дојде до листата на фирми кои добиле финансиска помош од државата за исплата на априлската плата од 14.500 денари за справување со последиците од Ковид 19.

Државни пари – околу 106.000 евра легнале на сметката на Брако од Велес, каде што се врати поранешниот вицепремир Кочо Анѓушев откако одлучи да се посвети на бизнисот наместо на политиката.

На листата со фирми кои имале големи исплати е и Аџибадем Систина на Орце Камчев која добила 142.000 евра. Меѓу компаниите кои земале по над 100.000 евра се многу обложувалници и казина.


The Indigenous World 2020 - Report

Rising temperatures, unpredictable weather and shifting climate patterns, coupled with a global insatiable land rush, are increasingly straining the lands Indigenous Peoples have traditionally been caring for and defending. Throughout 2019, Indigenous Peoples also continued to be persecuted, threatened, criminalised and killed in their efforts to defend their rights. The 66 regional and country reports and 17 reports on international processes and initiatives covered in this edition underscore these trends.

Direct Link to Full 784-Page 2020 Report:


Извор: WUNRN – 26.05.2020


Caregivers Have Special Vulnerability & Challenges during COVID-19 - USA

Health care has become a high-risk job in the wake of the coronavirus. (Stephanie De Sakutin/AFP/Getty Images)

By Tonya Mosley & Serena McMahon

Many caregivers — much like workers at Life Care Center in Kirkland, Washington, where more than 20 people have died from COVID-19 — are supporting some of the most at-risk people, such as the elderly, those with preexisting conditions and people with disabilities. Oftentimes, these workers are going into people’s homes.

“While everybody else is running from the coronavirus, they're running towards it in terms of supporting one of the most vulnerable populations,” says Ai-jen Poo, director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance.

Home caregivers are on the frontlines of supporting people’s daily activities like bathing, moving, eating and administering medication.


Informal Women Workers - 3 Ways to Contain COVID-19's Impact on Informal Women Workers

Rachel Moussie & Silke Staab

18 May 2020 - Many developing countries have responded to COVID-19 with travel restrictions, lockdowns and curfews to protect the health of citizens and fragile health systems. But with measures to support livelihoods lagging behind, women and the poor are hit hard. During the Ebola crisis, travel restrictions severely impacted the livelihoods of women traders in West Africa, and while men’s economic activity soon returned to pre-crisis levels, the effects on women’s economic security lasted much longer. 

Even before COVID-19, women informal workers in low- and middle- income countries reported that childcare responsibilities limited their participation, productivity and earnings. Now, school closures have intensified their workloads and reduced earnings. Women workers in vulnerable employment have been the first to lose their incomes and will be among the last to recover. They may be less able to work as unpaid care demands increase and as public spaces become more unsafe. In India, for example, women farmers faced police harassment and violence as they tried to take their produce across state borders or between towns amid lockdowns.



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