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La Administración Wolf otorga cerca de $19 millones para asistir a personas sin hogar y prevenir la futura falta de vivienda

first_imgLa Administración Wolf otorga cerca de $19 millones para asistir a personas sin hogar y prevenir la futura falta de vivienda Economy,  Español,  Press Release,  Public Health En el día de la fecha, el Gobernador Tom Wolf anunció la asignación de cerca de $19 millones en fondos para colaborar con la mitigación de los efectos del coronavirus en las familias e individuos sin hogar y para prevenir la futura falta de viviendas en todo el estado.La Administración Wolf, a través del Departamento de Desarrollo Comunitario y Económico (DCED, por sus siglas en inglés), otorga la primera de dos asignaciones de fondos del Subsidio para Soluciones de Emergencia de la Ley CARES (ESG-CV) provistas a través de la asignación suplementaria de la Ley federal de Ayuda, Alivio y Seguridad Económica por el Coronavirus (CARES) del Departamento de Vivienda y Desarrollo Urbano de EE. UU. (HUD, por sus siglas en inglés).“La pandemia de COVID-19 ha afectado negativamente las oportunidades de vivienda, la seguridad y la confiabilidad de miles de residentes de Pennsylvania. A medida que comenzamos a recuperar nuestra economía, también debemos garantizar que los habitantes más vulnerables de Pennsylvania y aquellos con mayor riesgo de perder sus hogares y la estabilidad de la vivienda también puedan recuperarse”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “Nuestros proveedores y socios que asisten a personas sin hogar están trabajando incansablemente en sus comunidades para erradicar y prevenir la falta de vivienda, y estas distribuciones impulsarán la asistencia y el apoyo directo a los condados que los necesitan en todo el estado”.La Ley CARES proporcionó dos asignaciones de fondos de asistencia para personas sin hogar tendientes a prevenir, afrontar y responder al coronavirus entre los individuos y las familias que no tienen hogar o que reciben asistencia para personas sin hogar y para respaldar actividades adicionales de asistencia para personas sin hogar y prevenir la falta de hogar para mitigar los impactos generados por el coronavirus. El 63% de los fondos adjudicados están destinados a abordar la prevención de la falta de vivienda, el 22% para alojar rápidamente a las personas sin hogar y el 8.4% para prestar servicios de refugio de emergencia y alcance en la calle. El saldo de los fondos adjudicados aborda la recopilación de información y las necesidades de administración.Se aprobó un total de $18,973,829 en fondos de ESG-CV para los siguientes beneficiarios que representan asignaciones en 52 condados:Comisionados del condado de Adams: $340,732Comisionados del condado de Armstrong: $457,515Comisionados del condado de Beaver: $49,820Comisionados del condado de Berks: $300,000Blair County Community Action Program (Programa de Acción Comunitaria del condado de Blair)*: $1,385,373Comisionados del condado de Bucks: $996,400Comisionados del condado de Butler: $1,546,519Center for Community Action* (Centro de acción comunitaria): $312,700Central Susquehanna Opportunities* (Oportunidades de Central Susquehanna): $566,424Comisionados del condado de Centre: $341,549Department of Community Development (Departamento de Desarrollo Comunitario) del condado de Chester: $498,200Clinton County Housing Coalition* (Coalición de Vivienda del condado de Clinton): $192,565Community Action Partnership (Asociación de Acción Comunitaria) del condado de Cambria*: $318,678Comisionados del condado de Cumberland*: $79,500Comisionados del condado de Dauphin: $628,633Domestic Violence Services (Servicios de violencia doméstica) de SWPA*: $403,711Comisionados del condado de Franklin: $480,526Comisionados del condado de Indiana: $99,640Servicios sociales del condado de Lawrence*: $3,355,362Comisionados del condado de Lehigh: $305,004Comisionados del condado de McKean: $150,148Comisionados del condado de Mercer: $351,477Comisionados del condado de Monroe*: $381,761Comisionados del condado de Montgomery: $498,200Philadelphia Office of Homeless Services (Oficina de servicios a personas sin hogar de Philadelphia): $4,176,301Comisionados del condado de Schuylkill: $448,335Union-Snyder Community Action Agency* (Agencia de acción comunitaria): $131,440Comisionados del condado de Wayne: $177,316*Los asteriscos indican una subvención regional.El Programa de Acción Comunitaria del condado de Blair distribuirá fondos a los condados de Adams, Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Center, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon y Somerset.El Centro de Acción Comunitaria distribuirá fondos a los condados de Bedford, Fulton, Huntington, Mifflin y Juniata.Central Susquehanna Opportunities distribuirá fondos a los condados de Columbia, Montour y Northumberland.La Coalición de Vivienda del condado de Clinton distribuirá fondos a los condados de Clinton, Lycoming y Tioga.La Asociación de acción comunitaria del condado de Cambria distribuirá fondos a los condados de Cambria y Somerset.Los comisionados del condado de Cumberland distribuirán fondos a los condados de Cumberland y Perry.Los Servicios de violencia doméstica de SWPA distribuirán fondos a los condados de Fayette, Greene y Washington.Los Servicios Sociales del condado de Lawrence distribuirán fondos a los condados de Beaver, Cameron, Centre, Clearfield, Clarion, Elk, Fayette, Forest, Greene, Jefferson, Lawrence, McKean, Potter, Venango y Warren.Los comisionados del condado de Monroe distribuirán fondos a los condados de Monroe y Pike.La Agencia de Acción Comunitaria Union-Snyder distribuirá fondos a los condados de Union y Snyder.Se aceptaron solicitudes de unidades de propósito general del gobierno local, que incluyen ciudades, barrios, municipios, condados, municipios autónomos y comunidades que desean solicitar “a favor de” otros municipios. Los gobiernos locales pueden solicitar “a favor de” organizaciones sin fines de lucro. Las organizaciones sin fines de lucro pueden solicitar solo un proyecto regional siempre que demuestren una necesidad regional que sirva a varios condados.Para obtener más información sobre los fondos de ESG-CV, haga clic aquí.View this information in English. SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img July 10, 2020last_img read more

US has not complained to India on Chabahar port: expert

first_imgFrom Lalit K JhaWashington, Jun 1 (PTI) Despite some concerns expressed by a few Senators last week, the Obama Administration has not expressed any objection to the recent signing of a pact by India and Iran to develop the Chabahar port, a top US think- tank expert has said.”Because it is so important for both India and Iran, the project would continue irrespective of what the US says,” Ashley Tellis of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace said yesterday.”I do not believe that the Administration has complained in any way about the Indian investment in Chabahar,” Tellis told a group of White House reporters during a briefing ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modis US visit next week.”My sense is that there are certainly Senators and constituencies on the Hill that are concerned about what that means, particularly not only for the bilateral relationship between India and Iran, but what that means for strengthening the Iranian regime and particularly some of its agenda that may not be helpful,” he said in response to a question.But this is one area where India has demonstrated “enormous amount of independence” right from the beginning.”I think, our ability to constrain India from moving ahead of that deal is extremely low. The Indians and the Iranians have a joint interest in proving an alternative line of communication to Afghanistan and Central Asia, beyond the current line that goes through Pakistan,” he noted.Responding to a question, Tellis said the killing of Taliban leader Mullah Mansour sent a signal to Pakistan that the US is willing to do certain things unilaterally, if Islamabad does not play a more forward leaning role.advertisement”Whether this represents the beginning of a shift in US policy towards Pakistan, I think, it is too early to tell,” he said, adding that the Americans have now reached the conclusion that there are limits to which they can reassure the Pakistanis about Indian activities in Afghanistan.They tried to lean on the Indians to restrain them from being too forward leaning.But at this juncture, with the Pakistanis not delivering in a way the US wants to the Obama Administration is unlikely to ask India to restrain its developmental activities in Afghanistan, he said.According to Tellis, Modi wants the relationship with the US for the benefit of India and not necessarily because he thinks it requires over-the-top endorsement of US policies.”He is not going to be a cheerleader for the United States. Thats for sure,” he said.In South China Sea, Modi is open to doing things unilaterally, because that speaks to Indias interest in freedom of navigation, he said.”He is willing to do that and I think you will see Indian activity not only in South China Sea but all the way to Sea of Japan in the years to come,” he added.Modi sees it very important from Indias interest to build a second layer of ties outside the US, which may involve ties with US partners, Tellis said. PTI LKJ SAIlast_img read more

Compound archery coach dropped from Dronacharya award list for past indiscipline

first_imgNational compound archery coach Jiwanjot Singh Teja’s named was dropped from the Dronacharya award recommendation list for past indiscipline.In 2015, Teja had travelled with the Indian team as chief coach for the World University Games.The team, which was not sent by the government, had missed out on the bronze medal match due to change in timing, of which none of the archery contingent members was aware.The Association of Indian Universities (AIU) too had slapped a three-year ban on him while Archery Association of India (AAI) had imposed a one-year ban.”There was a case of indiscipline against him and a ban was imposed on him by national federation AAI. So, his name has been removed from the list. A case of indiscipline against a coach is something we can’t ignore,” a ministry source told [email protected]_amarinder Respected CM sir , kindly support me ## totally injustice ## pic.twitter.com/lD0IxP9U8UJiwanjot Singh Teja (@tejacoach) September 20, 2018Teja said he had been wronged in this case since he was not at fault for the incident for which he was punished.”This is gross injustice. I will knock the doors of the Prime Minister and the President and will also go to court,” Teja told PTI reacting to the development.”The AIU had reduced the ban to one and a half years because they also found out that I was not at fault. It was not deliberate and was an unfortunate incident. The chef de mission knew about the change in timings but he did not inform us. It was not even an event sanctioned by the government and I had gone by spending from my own pocket.advertisement”And I had also completed the one-year ban of AAI. When I have completed the punishment, will that incident be dragged till my life? If I am wrong why I was sent to Asian Games as India coach? What about my achievements after 2015, will they not be considered? This is really disheartening,” Teja fumed.”There are a few people who are out there who want to harm my reputation. Ask the archers who have trained with me. Ask what impact I had made on their training methods. Let there be a probe to find out if I have been wronged in this case,” Teja, who is a national coach since 2015, said.Teja had travelled to Jakarta for Asian Games with the national compound team as head coach.Top archer Abhishek Verma too expressed his disappointment at the ministry’s move.”Dear sir, shocked that top archery coach Jiwanjot Singh Teja is being punished for no fault of his. The man who has scripted the success of Indian archery. Justice for Dronacharya. At least,” tweeted Verma.Sir,shocked that top archery coach JiwanjotSingh is being punished for no fault of his.The man who has scripted the success of Indian Archery.justice for Dronacharya.Atleast he should be given one hearing if there was a [email protected] @Ra_THORe @tejacoach @YASMinistry pic.twitter.com/jOKhMPkbNVAbhishek Verma (@archer_abhishek) September 19, 2018(With inputs from PTI)last_img read more