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I need some assistance with these assignment. planning for the construction of a tempe in gilbert Thank you in advance for the help!
I need some assistance with these assignment. planning for the construction of a tempe in gilbert Thank you in advance for the help! The meeting began at the scheduled time with the national anthem's singing and was later followed by a word of prayer after about 1,500 of the villagers had taken their seats. This word of prayer was led by the Anglican Church's local bishop located in Temple, Mr. James Gregory. He was later joined in another round of prayers, which the Catholic Bishops led also situated in the Temple's center. The organizing secretary at the Temple, Mrs. Jennifer Simpson, then greeted the chairman, the guests, and villagers in attendance before introducing several entertainment groups to cheer up the people in attendance. After their performance, the secretary then introduced the officials in attendance and explained why the other officials were not present. After the introductions, the secretary left the floor for the chairman of the committee to address the crowd who were eagerly awaiting the commencement of the meeting. He went over the issues left pending by their committee in their previous meetings and made inquiries for any contributions to the problems. Among the issues left pending were the funding of the erection of a modern bridge in the village and the renovation of the village market stands that many used when selling products produced within the community. It was decided that the finances had already been obtained from two donations made from wealthy families that lived in the area (Gilbert).
. . . . . . . . . . . The chairman then called on the organizing secretary to read the current meeting’s agenda to the people in attendance. The issue that was first to be discussed was the issue of sanitation. It was stated that the conditions people lived in were deteriorating since the sewerage systems were not correctly maintained. Mrs. Simpson noted that this had resulted in the pouring of wastes all over the village, thus leading to outbreaks of diseases such as cholera, dysentery, and typhoid. The conditions affected both adults and children and greatly hampered the performance of many of their duties. It was reported that waste came from the industries located in the village, which were toxic and would affect plant and animal life within the region. The issue was much debated, with contributions coming from both the committee members and the villagers. .