San-Isidro Farm-Village San-Isidro Kaputian Island Garden City Of Samal Davao Del Norte Philippines 8119 Contact: Francis Ayuste Pe Benito 09177212754 Property Features: • Walking distance from soon to rise Punta Del Sol Inland Resort • Walking Distance From National Highway • High-way has franchise ready Island City Express Bus • 4 kilometers away from Kaputian poblacion, district hospital, district police, district hall, kaputian beach park • 2.5 kilometers away from Fil-Invest project Kembali Coast • Has ready electricity and barangay water system • Title ready to transfer • Standard Lot area: 1,000 square meters PUNTA DEL SOL RETIREMENT VILLAGE AND INLAND RESORT San-Isidro Kaputian Island Garden City of Samal A word that becomes more valuable in today's hectic and busy world. A treasure sometimes more sought after than gold itself. But in the midst of a world that spins twice as fast, where can one hope to find a true serenity? A place where life slows down to a crawl allowing you to savor its little nuances. A getaway that provides you with a thousand and one ways to enjoy life's little pleasures. Welcome to Punta Del Sol Retirement Village! Where one can own a land in the beautiful Island Garden City Of Samal, a community of your own where nature, culture, beauty and investment collide a retirement village with your reach, a place where you can call your second home, your weekend getaway property, a pretty natural landscape that our creator has given, the grass is always greener at your side of the fence, where you can enjoy life to the fullest by simply being yourself. Simply being yourself starts @ P 1,875 per month for 60 months no down payment straight installment zero interest Investment/Property Computation: REGULAR RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Lot Area: 150 square meters Residential Lots: P 750 pesos per square meter Total Contract Price: P 112,500 Mode of payment: No down-payment, Straight Installment for 60 months Net Monthly Amortization: P 1,875.00 Access: National Highway Upper Kaputian Subdivided along CITY & BARANGAY ROAD Number of lots available: 235 lots ranging from 120 sqm to 500 sqm Classification: Sold as raw lots Altitude: 300 meters above sea level Facilities: Barangay Water System Overhead Tank, Electricity (DANECO) ready Attractions nearby: Kaputian Beach Park Kaputian Taclobo Church Kaputian Public Market Samal dreams Kembali Coast (filinvest) PTA building shore-line Samal Casino resort Talicud Island Distance: Municipal Hall 4 kilometers City Hall 12 kilometers Ferryboat Caliclic 18 kilometers Kaputian Pier 4 kilometers 2 kilometers away from Samal Casino resort 2.5 kilometers away from Talicud Island 3 kilometers away from Kembali Coast Gate Applicant must have the following requirements: 1Philippine Issued I.D. Spouse I.D Proof of billing in Philippines Filled Up Application Form Free Tripping food & drinks (no fees to be collected) Contact: Francis Ayuste Pe Benito 0917-721-27-54
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: Eritrea Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. You can find other Wikipedia audio articles too at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuKfABj2eGyjH3ntPxp4YeQ In case you don't find one that you were looking for, put a comment. This video uses Google TTS en-US-Standard-D voice. SUMMARY ======= Eritrea (; ( listen)), , officially the State of Eritrea is a country in the Horn of Africa, with its capital at Asmara. It is bordered by Sudan in the west, Ethiopia in the south, and Djibouti in the southeast. The northeastern and eastern parts of Eritrea have an extensive coastline along the Red Sea. The nation has a total area of approximately 117,600 km2 (45,406 sq mi), and includes the Dahlak Archipelago and several of the Hanish Islands. Its toponym Eritrea is based on the Greek name for the Red Sea (Ἐρυθρὰ Θάλασσα Erythra Thalassa), which was first adopted for Italian Eritrea in 1890. Eritrea is a multi-ethnic country, with nine recognized ethnic groups in its population of around 5 million. Most residents speak languages from the Afroasiatic family, either of the Ethiopian Semitic languages or Cushitic branches. Among these communities, the Tigrinyas make up about 55% of the population, with the Tigre people constituting around 30% of inhabitants. In addition, there are a number of Nilo-Saharan-speaking Nilotic ethnic minorities. Most people in the territory adhere to Christianity or Islam.The Kingdom of Aksum, covering much of modern-day Eritrea and northern Ethiopia, was established during the first or second centuries AD. It adopted Christianity around the middle of the fourth century. In medieval times much of Eritrea fell under the Medri Bahri kingdom, with a smaller region being part of Hamasien. The creation of modern-day Eritrea is a result of the incorporation of independent, distinct kingdoms and sultanates (for example, Medri Bahri and the Sultanate of Aussa) eventually resulting in the formation of Italian Eritrea. After the defeat of the Italian colonial army in 1942, Eritrea was administered by the British Military Administration until 1952. Following the UN General Assembly decision, in 1952, Eritrea would govern itself with a local Eritrean parliament but for foreign affairs and defense it would enter into a federal status with Ethiopia for a period of 10 years. However, in 1962 the government of Ethiopia annulled the Eritrean parliament and formally annexed Eritrea. But the Eritreans that argued for complete Eritrean independence since the ouster of the Italians in 1941, anticipated what was coming and in 1960 organized the Eritrean Liberation Front in opposition. In 1991, after 30 years of continuous armed struggle for independence, the Eritrean liberation fighters entered the capital city, Asmara, in victory. Eritrea is a one-party state in which national legislative elections have never been held since independence. According to Human Rights Watch, the Eritrean government's human rights record is among the worst in the world. The Eritrean government has dismissed these allegations as politically motivated. The compulsory military service requires long, indefinite conscription periods, which some Eritreans leave the country to avoid. Because all local media is state-owned, Eritrea was also ranked as having the second-least press freedom in the global Press Freedom Index, behind only North Korea. The sovereign state of Eritrea is a member of the African Union, the United Nations, and the Intergovernmental Authority on Development, and is an observer in the Arab League alongside Brazil, Venezuela, India and Turkey.
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Iowa International Center Dialogue Series Tapping Into the Untapped Workforce: How Companies and Communities Can Work with Immigrant and Refugee Populations for Success Karen Miller of Manpower Des Moines leads a panel of Iowa human resource and business professionals to learn about best practices in engaging and employing diverse community members, as well as implementing internal diversity and inclusion initiatives with safety and success. Panelists for the program included Brendan Comito, Chief Operating Officer at Capital City Fruit Inc., Lay Wee, Human Resources and Employee Safety at Pine Ridge Farms, Brenda Fugere, Human Resources Manager at 3M and Melissa Reinsch, Human Resource and Payroll Manager at Lemar Industries. The Iowa International Center Dialogue Series is a free public program that takes place the first Tuesday of each month at the Central Library in downtown Des Moines. For more information about the Iowa International Center Dialogue Series, and the organization itself, please visit www.iowainternationalcenter.org. For more information on the dialogue series and other IIC things go to www.iowainternationalcenter.org We thank DuPont Pioneer, the Des Moines Public Library, Drake University and the Greater Des Moines Partnership for supporting this program.
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