The funds raised by the campaign support a family of 83 health and human service agencies that provide services like family counseling, care for abused children, scouting and youth programs, job training, disasterrelief and much, much more.
Regular testing of disasterrecovery systems is important - some companies in Auckland had purpose-built generators fail during the power crisis.
Mitchell, currently with NPR and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram , has the perfect sensibility for writing about a steady profusion of disastermovies and romantic comedies.
"Going Nasdaq" on Taiwan USA Today and the Washington Post lead with the designation of West Virginia and parts of Kentucky, Ohio, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia as federal disasterareas, a story fronted by the New York Times .
Normally , financial intermediation is a wonderful thing; but now and then, disasterstrikes.
Based on the existing American National Standard on Disaster/Emergency Management and Business Continuity Programs (NFPA 1600), the proposed National Preparedness Standard establishes a common set of criteria and terminology for preparedness, disastermanagement, emergency management, and business continuity programs.
Good testers make gnarly demands on the code, inventing disasterscenarios worthy of Hollywood.
Some complain it's too much like other recent real-life adventure tales ( Into Thin Air , A Perfect Storm ) and disasterstories.
Keep spares of any special equipment you use in a safe place where they can easily be reached, and in your disastersurvival kit.
CERT is the Community Emergency Response Team - disasterresponse training for citizens.
Gore also takes flak for his visit to Southern tornado disastersites.
All Colombia's disasterprevention bodies were on the edge of collapse, it said.
Who can I report disasterfraud to?"
Is doesn't matter what mini-disasterslife tosses at you.
Among the "Frequently Asked Questions" FEMA posts on its Web site is the following: "I think that some people in my neighborhood are trying to cheat the federal government out of disastermoney.
A piece marvels at the popularity of plane-disasternovels ( Airframe , Mayday ) in airport bookstores, theorizing that fictional air terror must "inoculate a troubled mind with a homeopathic dose of angst."
Most funds managers claim to have a back-up system and disasterplan.
``I'm optimistic, but there are still signs that we need to take these precautions,'' said Ronald Jackson of Jamaica's disasterpreparedness office.
Participants received their last installment of the scenario on 14 February and by then the hypothetical story had reached disasterproportions.
Traumatic stress in disasterresponders: Training, response capability and psychological well-being.
These organisations have affiliated volunteer groups or they may be able to provide training for community groups wanting to undertake a disasterrole.
The Library's Disaster Salvage Plan, a resource guide for disastersalvage team leaders, provides information and guidelines needed for the timely response and management of a disaster which affects National Library collections.
According to the Monitor , "the U.N. has learned from past attempts that its best role in disasterscenes is to pool the efforts of national governments, not to do the work itself."
This area has an extensive volunteer training programme with different organisations providing various disasterservices.
As already mentioned, the Japanese people will be strongly motivated by their natural-disastersituation.
Rodney (CF) had a disasterstart, but made up for it in the last ten minutes.
Anyone restoring systems needs to know the pre-disasterstate of the IT infrastructure.
Disasterstress following a hurricane: The role of religious differences in the Fijian Island.
Assemble disastersupplies and store them in an easy-to-get to location.
Late Edition 's (CNN) producers juxtapose images of the president's recent visit to disasterterritory (casually embracing a black family) with the vice president's (dyspeptic speechifying from behind a lectern), prompting Susan Page and Steve Roberts to seriously question Gore's political viability.
Our Natural Disastersunit was also a success with all children gaining knowledge about the local Wellington landscape and the features that have changed due to natural disasters.
Consider community assistance as a disastervolunteer.
It is also an ideal technique for disasterwork, another area of training for us.
After all, California, with 54 electoral votes, received 55 percent of federal disasteraid from 1989 to 1994, and Florida, with 20 votes, garnered 20 percent.
Tibetan activists overseas say Manzom's homeland will be flooded with Chinese migrants, plundered of natural resources and turned into an environmental disasterzone.
Taken together the two Times summarize the to-the-moment budget state of play: IN: the $1.1 billion education initiative, originally proposed by President Clinton as exclusively for hiring new teachers, but as per GOP desires, local school districts will now retain the flexibility to use the new money not just for hiring, but also for recruitment, testing, and training of teachers; a $6 billion disasterassistance measure for farmers; grants to help the needy pay heating bills; $950 million towards a national anti-missile defense system; and $18 billion for the IMF.
Natural disasterbooks dominate best-seller lists for the same reason: In an age without great wars, these are our war narratives.
This is due to poor financial results for the industry because of some large natural disasterclaims and pending liability payouts.
It takes more strength of character to eat less, exercise, cut down on fat, meat, sugar and salt, than to continue on one's disastercourse, and, using animals as the scape-goats, hope for the best.
He's the perfect mascot for a have-it-both-ways hip/square disasterepic, which parodies The Right Stuff machismo and wants you to buy into it at the same time (which is true, come to think of it, of The Right Stuff itself).
Civil Defence Preparedness if your best insurance in surviving any "disasterevent".
Overseas disasterexperience shows that an effective response system will hinge on how well everyone can work together to form a coordinated effort.
Being an avid hi-fi nut, he purchased four V-43 full-range boxes from Cerwin Vega (at a time when that manufacturer was making a name for itself by supplying speakers to enhance the soundtrack of a popular disasterfilm) for use in his home stereo setup.
Godzilla is the only cheesy disasterflick that feels as if it was made by people who'd actually lived through some kind of horrific devastation.
He holds Directorships of other Intellectual Property development companies within the food technology fields, including Military rations and disasterfoods.
Local news panders to viewers by showing crime and disasterfootage, ignoring education and politics.
The suggestion that Starr may indict Monica Lewinsky and name Clinton an unindicted co-conspirator is a sure public relationsdisaster (Clift; George Stephanopoulos, This Week ; and Susan Page, Late Edition ).
While searching for websites on the Napier earthquake I found a site on the Tangiwai railwaydisaster.
Colombia's leading daily, El Espectador , bitterly lamented the country's unreadiness for Monday's earthquakedisaster.
Drive Image preserves userssystem preferences, eliminating the need to reconfigure them when recovering from a computerdisaster.
The cyclonedisaster in Orissa on the east coast of India prompted a breast-beating editorial in the Times of India .
An essay argues that the IMF should save ailing countries from short-termdisaster but not dictate long-term economic policy, as it has in Asia.
A wave of anti-American feeling swept through the European press this week, fueled by a mixture of Monica Lewinsky, Karla Faye Tucker, Saddam Hussein, and the cable-cardisaster at Cavalese in the Italian Dolomites.
EQ runs itself, enthuses students, rewards self-directed work, links IT and stimulates in-depth social decision making in a real lifedisaster.
We can (and do) view weather satellite photos of any spot on Earth with a click, hear forecasts 24/seven, and watch live footage of weatherdisasters on television.
That's what La Rochefoucauld said about the old Letterman show when the generic air crash joke Dave told at the 5:30 p.m. taping turned sour by the 12:30 a.m. broadcast, due to an actual airdisaster around 9 p.m.: "But if it was now wrong to mock the charred remains of the dead, surely it was wrong a week ago, and would still be wrong a week hence when Dave resumed airline ridicule.
The NYT front marshals the factors behind that ski liftdisaster in Italy two weeks ago: on his first flight in the area, the Marine Corps pilot did not have maps showing the ski lift, was violating orders to fly 1,000 above the ground and was off-course.
Don't worry Fi - there a plenty of non-materialdisasters to go around.
Beyond expediting migration times, EAS reduces the chance of database corruption on MS Exchange and augments migrationdisaster recovery.
Just before Christmas 1890 saw Huntly's first Miningdisaster.
For the first time we have seen real consultation, before an oildisaster.
At this pointdisaster strikes and Dave Jacobson pulls a groin.
Although it is serious business to them, the case against Erica Taylor and Kimberly Smartt is the light side of the war on drugs, which has been one of the biggest public-policydisasters of the past 25 years.
The Greatest of Sensations The Great MineDisaster A wonderful, realistic drama.
The island was the scene of one of the three major volcanic disasters in New Zealand when 11 sulphur miners were killed there in 1914 (the other disasters were the 1886 Tarawera eruption, and the 1953 Tangiwai raildisaster).
The Web-sitedisaster similarly speaks to Britannica's continued struggle to adapt to new technology.
Why is a condom like a submarinedisaster?
Wandering Eyes, Drifting Chin In body and soul it has been difficult for celebrities in Tabloidland this month, with a surfeit of romantic calamities, plastic surgerydisasters, and urological deaths and rebirths.
Davis surveysdisaster stories set in Los Angeles, but he's an insecure literary critic, and his emphasis on the fairy tale aspect of natural disaster undermines the facts that have gone before.
Gore also takes flak for his visit to Southern tornadodisaster sites.
And, of course, all bets are off if the Saudi Arabian revolution happens or there is an international tradingdisaster or deflation in the United States.
After the event, of course, a signal is always crystal clear; we can now see whatdisaster it was signaling since the disaster has occurred.
Both the NYT and WSJ opinion pages run critiques of the country's rush to judgment on airlinedisasters.
Telecom New Zealand Ltd offers state-of-the-artdisaster recovery through multiple access technologies both from Tauranga to other parts of the country as well as to customers' sites (e.g.
Of course, everyone makes mistakes, although Mr. Robertson's difficulties may inspire a bit more Schadenfreude than your ordinary, average businessdisaster.
Online dating sites provide the opportunity for every shy and reserved man or woman out there to appear confident, funny or romantic without all those first datedisasters.
Emergencydisaster relief, both through direct payments to farmers and reformed crop insurance.
Fire: To understand the hazards of fires in buildings, and to develop some knowledge of the active and passive fire protection measures available to building designers, using examples of real firedisasters.
Redress, in the event of a major healthdisaster arising directly from the proven use of GMF is a matter that needs to be addressed.
Why is the world unable to create an international force to provide manpower and equipment to assist in the aftermath of huge natural and manmadedisasters (which seem to occur pretty reliably at least five or six times a year)?
Marinedisasters are no accident.
This new book is a study of one of the worst maritimedisasters in New Zealand history.