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Eakin remains concerned about significant and widespread bleaching elsewhere Waters are warming up around the Pacific islands of Kiribati Nauru and the Solomons “My big concerns are the reefs on these South Pacific Islands the Indian Ocean and perhaps Southeast Asia later this year" he says Given the uncertainties Wachenfeld and other reef scientists want to see how conditions evolve in the coming weeks Others note bigger threats such as chronic pollution and destructive fishing Reducing the impact of these insults will make reefs more resistant to bleaching says Terry Hughes a coral reef scientist at James Cook University Townsville And voicing a common sentiment he says it is already known what needs to be done to limit bleaching: "The sooner we put a limit on carbon emissions the better"The Department of State has announced that the US Embassy to Israel in Jerusalem will be dedicated on Monday May 14 2018 According to the News Agency of Nigeria NAN the Office of the Spokesperson for the Department said it was proud to announce the dedication adding that Amb David Friedman would preside over the dedication ceremony It stated that Deputy Secretary John Sullivan would lead the Presidential Delegation to the historic opening along with Secretary of Treasury Steven Mnuchin Other members of the presidential delegation are Senior Adviser Jared Kushner Adviser Ivanka Trump and Special Representative for International Negotiations Jason Greenblatt “As the President stated on December 6 2017 the historic opening of our embassy recognizes the reality that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and the seat of its government “Seventy years ago the United States under President Harry S Truman became the first nation to recognize the State of Israel “Moving our Embassy is not a departure from our strong commitment to facilitate a lasting peace deal; rather it is a necessary condition for it “We are not taking a position on final status issues including the specific boundaries of Israeli sovereignty in Jerusalem nor on the resolution of contested borders” the department said It added that Consulate General Jerusalem would continue to operate as an independent mission with an unchanged mandate responsible for US relations with the Palestinians and the Palestinian Authority The department said: “The United States continues to support the status quo with regard to the Haram al-Sharif/Temple Mount “The Administration is firmly committed to pursuing a lasting and comprehensive peace between Israel and the Palestinians that promises a brighter future for both” While in Jerusalem as the Head of Delegation Sullivan would also meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Tzipi Hotovely Ministry of Foreign Affairs Director General Yuval Rotem and members of both US Embassy and Consulate General staff The Department would livestream the Dedication Ceremony Some say work with that kind of financial stability might sound too good to be true But housing experts say not only is it possible the focused plan is right on the money in making a difference for the 10 to 20 percent of people living in poverty in Grand ForksThe US Census Bureau puts the city’s poverty rate at 204 percent for the 2011-2015 period However a separate Census Bureau study in 2013 found that poverty rates often are elevated in cities with large populations of off-campus students not living with parents or other relativesWhen that sector of the Grand Forks population was excluded and using data from the 2009-2011 American Community Survey the poverty rate moved down from 184 percent to 104 percentBut even if students are driving up the overall poverty rate social service agencies and economic development officials agree poverty remains a problem and everyone must play a role in fighting it Recently increased efforts have focused on poverty and jobs as the way outThat’s exactly the goal of DeAnn Kerzman She is one of two coordinators of the federal Family Self-Sufficiency Program at the Grand Forks Housing Authority She says 91 people currently are enrolled in the five-year employment and asset-building plan which was established in 1990 by the Bush administration In the first half of this year alone the program has paid out $60264"For some people it’s a life-changing experience" Kerzman said "We have some clients who have become homeowners—that’s everybody’s dream—and a lot of people pay down their credit cards or outstanding debt"Still others train for trade careers or enroll in college to earn degrees to land them better jobsHow it worksAnyone who receives housing assistance through a Housing Choice Voucher is eligible to apply if he is in good standing with his lease and is motivated to seek financial independence through workWith a voucher the portion of rent an individual must pay is based on income Ordinarily as one’s income increases so does his portion of the rent But with FSS he has extra incentive to work or seek higher wages because the additional amount he pays out of pocket goes into a separate "savings" account For example say an individual starts with no income and housing assistance pays the full $600 rent Then he gets a job and his share of rent is adjusted to $200 a month He pays the landlord $200 and housing assistance pays $400 The $200 difference in federal aid goes back to him in the form of an escrow account"It works really well for highly motivated goal-oriented people" Kerzman said "We have a lot of people who are students going to school to get a job or a better-paying job"The average monthly escrow is $294 but Kerzman says some people earn as much as $800 a month And at the end of the contract one successful graduate collected more than $25000 in escrow The entire amount is hers to use however she wantsThe contract does require participants to write measurable goals related to employment—goals such as "get a job maintain full-time employment complete a GED"During the program they also receive education on topics such as career counseling budget management home ownership and job trainingIf they hit a bump along the way they can request a portion of their escrow This is where the "child care broken arm or shot transmission" come into play Participants also are allowed interim deductions for education or training"That’s the good thing about this program" Kerzman said "We can tailor it to their specific preferences Not everybody is going to go to school"One successful graduate a mother of four attained her commercial driver’s license and soon was making so much money that she no longer needed assistanceAnother single parent earned a registered nursing degree Yet another earned a master’s degree Kerzman said the program may be expanded to include more eligible participants this fall but it already has given hundreds the tools they need to find jobs and leave poverty behind"The great myth is that people who are struggling and getting housing assistance don’t work" Kerzman said "The truth is most of them are working Their income level just isn’t at a living wage"Clear focusPat Berger the president and CEO of United Way of Grand Forks East Grand Forks & Area says that’s where a lot of the working poor fall through the cracksIt’s also one of the reasons her organization decided to focus on a single goal: reducing poverty United Way raised more than $1 million in its last campaign and this was the first year grants were decided and disbursed on that singular criteria It allows a bigger impact and helps both prospective and current donors better understand the message and know how their dollars are being spent Berger said"We aren’t going to eliminate poverty in our community Nobody can" she said "But we certainly can lower the number of people who are living in poverty That’s our big bold goal We will be lifting people out of poverty"Berger cites the North Dakota Compass—a project tracking social indicators—and the Census when she says Grand Forks has the highest percentage of poverty among the state’s four largest cities The raw statistics say Grand Forks had 10391 people or 204 percent of its population living in poverty in 2011-2015 Fargo Bismarck and Minot ranked at 149 96 and 81 percent respectivelyBerger and United Way want to push Grand Forks to the back of the pack by 2030"I haven’t been anywhere in Grand Forks lately where I haven’t seen ‘help wanted’ signs and it isn’t because people are lazy" Berger said "People are working in Grand Forks but it’s the working poor who are falling into these poverty situations"Economy strongKeith Lund president and CEO of the Grand Forks Region Economic Development Corp, "We love to help people move to self-sufficiency to a job that has potential to grow with them as their skills grow. shortly before Roe v.

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