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Posted: October 26, 2012 in Uncategorized
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Posted: October 26, 2012 in Uncategorized

TIPS ON PUMPING PETROL I don’t know what you guys are paying for petrol…. I am paying up to £1.35 to £1.50 per litre. My line of work is in petroleum for about 31 years now, so here are some tricks to get more of your money’s worth for every Litre: Here at the Shell Pipeline where I work , we deliver about 4 million litres in a 24-hour period … Only buy or fill up your car or truck in the early morning when the ground temperature is still cold. Remember that all service stations have their storage tanks buried below ground. The colder the ground the more dense the petrol, when it gets warmer petrol expands, so buying in the afternoon or in the evening….your litre is not exactly a litre. In the petroleum business, the specific gravity and the temperature of the petrol, diesel and jet fuel, ethanol and other petroleum products plays an important role. A 1-degree rise in temperature is a big deal for this business. But the service stations do not have temperature compensation at the pumps. When you’re filling up do not squeeze the trigger of the nozzle to a fast mode If you look you will see that the trigger has three (3) stages: low, middle, and high. You should be pumping on low mode, thereby minimizing the vapours that are created while you are pumping. All hoses at the pump have a vapour return. If you are pumping on the fast rate, some of the liquid that goes to your tank becomes vapour. Those vapours are being sucked up and back into the underground storage tank so you’re getting less worth for your money. One of the most important tips is to fill up when your Petrol tank is HALF FULL. The reason for this is the more Petrol you have in your tank the less air occupying its empty space. petrol evaporates faster than you can imagine. petrol storage tanks have an internal floating roof. This roof serves as zero clearance between the Petrol and the atmosphere, so it minimizes the evaporation. Unlike service stations, here where I work, every truck that we load is temperature compensated so that every litre is actually the exact amount. Another reminder, if there is a petrol truck pumping into the storage tanks when you stop to buy Petrol, DO NOT fill up; most likely the petrol is being stirred up as the Petrol is being delivered, and you might pick up some of the dirt that normally settles on the bottom. To have an impact, we need to reach literally millions of Petrol buyers. It’s really simple to do. I’m sending this note to about thirty people. If each of you send it to at least ten more (30 x 10 = 300)…and those 300 send it to at least ten more (300 x 10 = 3,000) and so on, by the time the message reaches the sixth generation of people, we will have reached overTHREE MILLION consumers !!!!!!! If those three million get excited and pass this on to ten friends each, then 30 million people will have been contacted! If It goes one level further, you guessed it….. THREE HUNDRED MILLION PEOPLE!!! Again, all you have to do is send this to 10 people. How long would it take? Credits Kayode Akanni

Posted: October 7, 2012 in Uncategorized

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Rhealyz Naija Awards 2011 You Can Nominate Yourself Or Nominate Someone Else

RHEALYZ NAIJA 2011

MDGs SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AWARDS CATEGORIES

Have YOU MADE A DIFFERENCE?
HAVE you AFFECTED LIVES POSITIVELY?
OR
YOU KNOW SOMEONE
Start Nominating NOW

YOU CAN NOMINATE YOURSELF OR NOMINATE SOMEONE ELSE
RHEALYZ NAIJA 2011 MDGs SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AWARDS IS HERE AGAIN

Note:The recipient must be under 35 years. 70% special consideration is given to recipients from Ondo and Ekiti States and all recipeints but be present at the awards, 27th December 2011 in Akure, Ondo State. The edition of this award is to give Exceptional Icons/Change Agents outside Lagos the opportunity to be celebrated/awarded. Make sure you read the categories before filling the form.
Submission of Forms/Collation closes; 11:59pm , Sunday December 4th 2011

Thanks

Rhealyz Naija

08035820593, 08068732019,08029788881,07035572252

Note: Click the bar/picture below for the application form, please send us a text or email us {letsrealize@gmail.com} to confirm your submission

Rhealyz Awards 2011 apllication link  YOU CAN NOMINATE YOURSELF OR NOMINATE SOMEONE ELSE

Rhealyz Awards 2011 apllication link YOU CAN NOMINATE YOURSELF OR NOMINATE SOMEONE ELSE

The Full Breakdown

  1. MDGs Young Social Entrepreneur, Male Category: This category recognizes a male personality who engages in business either in goods or services as a means of income generation without looking for job and he is flourishing. He should have used it to train and empower others {Not for profit basis}, thereby encouraging self sufficiency and job provision. For example; A consultant, A business shop owner e.t.c. Along with your entry form you will provide an explanation of your activities as well as your project brief and pictures.
  2. MDGs Young Social Entrepreneur Female Category: This category recognizes a female personality who engages in business either in goods or services as a means of income generation without looking for job and she is flourishing. She should have used it to train and empower others {Not for profit basis}, thereby encouraging self sufficiency and job provision. For example; A caterer, A business shop owner e.t.c. Along with your entry form you will provide an explanation of your activities as well as your project brief and pictures.
  3. MDGs Young Farmer of the Year: This category recognizes a personality who engages in agricultural practices as a means of income generation and has used it to train and empower others for free, thereby encouraging self sufficiency and job provision. For example; A fish farmer, A poultry owner e.t.c. Along with your entry form you will provide an explanation of your activities as well as your project brief and pictures.
  4. MDGs Reproductive Health Icon of the year: This category recognizes a personality who sees reproductive health issues as its focus in positively impacting people in their communities. For example; HIV/AIDS advocacy, sex education, teenage pregnancy prevention e.t.c. Along with your entry form you will provide an explanation of your activities as well as your project brief and pictures.
  5. MDGs Community Development Icon of the year: This category recognizes a personality who sees community development activities as a passion and focus in positively impacting people in their communities. For example; facilitating or providing community development projects e.t.c. Along with your entry form you will provide an explanation of your activities as well as your project brief and pictures.
  6. MDGs Caring for Special Needs {Physically Challenged} Icon of the year: This category recognizes a personality who sees caring for people with special needs as its focus in positively impacting them in their communities. For example; organizing developmental programs for the physically challenged e.t.c. Along with your entry form you will provide an explanation of your activities as well as your project brief and pictures.
  7. MDGs Positive use of the Media {Advocacy}  Icon of the year [Radio and Tv categories}: This category recognizes a personality who has being using the media either Tv or Radio as a value Re-orientation tool to effect change and provide information and education about developmental related issues thereby positively impacting them in their communities. For example; Tv or Radio programs  to educate and inform e.t.c. Along with your entry form you will provide an explanation of your activities as well as your project brief and pictures.
  8. MDGs Mother and Child Health Icon of the Year: This category recognizes a personality who sees provision of qualitative welfare to pregnant women and children in communities as its focus in positively improving maternal health and reducing child mortality in communities. For example; Support for pregnant women, children welfare support e.t.c. Along with your entry form you will provide an explanation of your activities as well as your project brief and pictures.
  9. Motivating Parent of the Year {Either one or both {Father/Mother}: Going out of their way in providing sacrificial/Outstanding/Touching supports/assistance for their child/Children in dear times of health/Talent Challenges.
  10.  Development Conscious Old Student Association of the Year: Through provision of structures/Facilities/Mentorship/Empowerment for their Alma-Ata

11. MDGs Advocate of the Year {2 Slots}: A youth corps member with outstanding MDGs related community development projects.

12. Environmental Friendly Outlet {Eatery/Hotel}: of the year: Ability to manage waste disposal, toilet, pollution and a good landscape

13. Young Talent of the Year {Primary and Secondary school categories}: A child’s ability to display exceptional/creative skills/talent that is so outstanding above her/his age range.

14. Honest Icon of the Year: A young person showing traits of integrity, trustworthiness and any known incidence of returning lost but found items.

15. Customer Friendly Staff of the Year {Eatery}: A young person showing traits of good customer relationship, someone who is pleasant, patient and has been able to go out of his/her way to make the customer fulfilled.

16. Green Friendly School of the Year: A school that has been able to manage effectively waste disposal, landscape, tree planting, sustainability and recycling

17. Socially Responsible Student Union Government of the Year: Through the provision of structures/facilities, maintaining peaceful administration, integrity/honest government and advocating constructively on behalf of students.

Note: Click the bar/picture below for the application form, please send us a text or email us {letsrealize@gmail.com} to confirm your submission

Rhealyz Naija Awards 2011 apllication link YOU CAN NOMINATE YOURSELF OR NOMINATE SOMEONE ELSE

Rhealyz Naija Awards 2011 apllication link YOU CAN NOMINATE YOURSELF OR NOMINATE SOMEONE ELSE

Rhealyz Naija Independence Day Igbaraoke free health Intervention

Rhealyz Naija Independence Day Igbaraoke free health Intervention

For Event Pictures click the picture above

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The Event Breakdown

Rhealyz Naija Family contributes our quota in affecting lives positively in the area of health, education, care giving and environment. Let’s Make a Difference through Independence

Date: October 1st 2011

Our Areas of Intervention {Sustainable Outreach Strategies for various segments in the community}

General Health Screen

Pregnant Women: Free Ante-Natal Care, free drugs, Nutrition and Drug Abuse education, Palpation, Free Insecticide Treated Nets Distributions and other supports

For All including special attention to the aged: Free Blood Pressure, free blood sugar screening, free drugs, Free Insecticide Treated Nets Distributions, free Health Nutrition talk consultation for the Elderly People

Men, Women and Youths: Free Volunteering HIV/AIDS Counseling and Testing

Children: Free De-worming Exercise and free Exercise books

Youths: Free Skill Acquisition {cake, chin-chin and puff puff)} , business development and other educational supports

Other Supports: Free Counseling, Malaria Advocacy Training of Trainers {TOT} Community Sensitization on various health and economics issues

Lifewind International and Rhealyz Naija Unveils

4 Days 2011 Micro-enterprise Training of Trainers {TOT} {Nigerian Edition}

“Plan Your Future”

Get the Skills to Generate Multiple Streams of Income

Workshop Facilitator: Mr Dayo Obaweya {Development Consultant to various projects in  Africa and the US}

Features

Sustainable Business Ideas

Helping Communities to Fight Poverty

Small Business Big Money

Money Management

ROSCA

Revolving Loan

SAIL Saving Group

Date: Tuesday, August 30th to September 2nd 2011

Venue: CEI conference Center, Behind Bank of Industry {Former NIDB} Alagbaka, Akure

Time: 9am Daily

Subsidized Workshop Fee: N2000 {Including Feeding for 4 days, training materials, certificate and other

opportunities}

Please Note: Space is only available for the the first 30 that registers, for registration contact Ireti or Joel:08037254890

“Micro-Enterprise worked in Ghana, Let it Work in Nigeria”

Signed Rhealyz Naija

The Opportunity !

Many of the very financially poor desire to begin very small micro-businesses (microenterprises) to help provide the very basic needs of their families.  Many have some skills or a business idea, but lack the encouragement, business training and startup funding necessary to get a start and succeed.  Attempts of the financially poor to secure loans to begin a microenterprise (ME) are often refused by their local banks.  This formal financial sector has traditionally considered them a very financially poor risk.  They mistakenly believe the financially poor are unable to save and repay their loans.  Banks also consider their small loans to be too expensive to manage and therefore unprofitable.  As a result, many of the financially poor find no way out of their economic plight.  They find themselves going from one financial crisis to another.  In desperation many turn to moneylenders who charge very high interest (some 10 percent per day!).  In paying these exorbitant rates, the financially poor remain financially poor, passing this burden on to future generations.

The Program Training Target Audience and Objectives for  Micro Enterprises:

o   ROSCA

o   Revolving Loan or

o   SAIL Savings Group

       

The ME Trainers (using one of the above training series) will attract, encourage, and train the very financially poor in their community how to evaluate and develop their business idea into a microenterprise.  These financially poor must be:

1.       Economically active (able to handle money and are participating at some level in the local economy)

2.       Have a strong desire to begin their own microenterprise

3.       Possess a business idea and appropriate business character traits

4.       Be willing to agree to and follow the rules, guidelines and constitution of the local CHE ME program.

It is recognized that the above criteria will exclude many needy financially poor.  However, helping this segment of the financially poor (who have the desire, aptitude and a business idea) can be a great beginning by providing successes and models for others to follow.  Further, the  ME program encourages those that benefit from the  program to mentor and encourage other needy people in their community.  In addition, some will eventually be able to offer job opportunities to those that do not meet the above criteria.

Affecting lives in African communities