Tuesday, 26 April 2016

The 2016 Regional Assembly of Development and Peace of Quebec and New-Brunswick

Between 22-24th April, 2016, the members of Development and Peace of the Dioceses of Quebec and New Brunswick, hosted their annual Regional Assembly at the Campus Notre-Dame-de-Roy, Quebec. The participants were francophone members, facilitators and observers of Development and Peace of mainly these two provinces and other francophone dioceses of Canada. The theme of this year's annual assembly, which regrouped more than hundred attendees, was “Let us create a Climate of Change.”

The Assembly commenced with a campaign on a free bottled water zone which was followed by a presentation of two representatives of CEPROSI (Centro de promocion de Salud integral). They presented the mission and project of this Bolivian partner of Development and Peace, Canada.
Ceprosi, in effect, is is an organization working to support grassroots micro-enterprise projects that provide sustainable economic opportunities

Sunday, 10 April 2016

iPhone and iPad Storage Management for The Nuls by AlisonOMI

One of the nightmares of those using iPhone or iPad is that they find it difficult to access certain Setting sections of the gadget. It is, for example, very easy to liberate space in your android phones. All it takes is going through your Setting and deleting few crashes and you gain huge and quasi uselessly occupied spaces.
But the difficulty with iPhone or iPad is that this option is not directly accessible through Setting. All Apple cares to show you in the setting is how almost full is your iPhone or iPad storing space. In many cases, users get empty hopes when they first see the option that asks them to manage their storage. This particular areas is almost useless with regards to gaining space as it can only show you how your iPhone or iPad spaces are divided by different applications.
However, recent discovery by certain brave guys has shown it is very easy to bypass this Apple's trick. As a matter of fact, it has been proven you can easily gain a huge space in your iPhone or iPad by allowing the iPhone or the iPad to delete unnecessary crashes without deleting any document from your iPhone or iPad.
The processus is simple and follows few steps.
1. Verify the empty space in your iPhone or iPad
 Going through your screen, you will discover the button for SETTING. On clicking on it you will discover the available Settings. Then click on General which will show the empty space available in your gadget. In mine as you can see, the available space is 1.9GB.

 2. Click on Manage Storage

It will show the details of applications installed and the amounts of space they occupy in your memory. 

 3. Then go to iTunes Store and choose a Movie to Rent

 Make sure you choose a Movie bigger than the empty space in your iPhone or iPad. Then click on a movie and scroll down to check its capacity. Once you determine that it is bigger than the space available, then click RENT. 

3. Click on Setting

Once you click on RENT it will takes few moments and then inform you that you do not have enough space to borrow the movie. A message box will pop up to inform you you cannot download the movie because you do not have enough available space. The click SETTING. 
4. And that's it
 Once you click on setting, your iPhone or iPad will automatically delete some unnecessary crashes. And then you must have gained more space in your iPhone or iPad. You can repeat the operation severally and likely gain more space in each case. 
My available space has increased from 1.9GB to 2.2GB and from 2.2GB to 2.3 and 2.4 respectively.
 Ali C. Nnaemeka (mekaalison@gmail.com) ''The truth might be hard to say, painful to bear or even drastic for the truth sayer but still needed to be said''. ALISON.