11. How will the drinking-water assistance programme (DWAP) help keep my costs down while ensuring I comply with the drinking-water standards?
The technical assistance programme will help communities to identify the potential problems with their drinking-water and develop a plan to manage these risks. Using this plan the community will get help to manage the operation of their supply so that their system will deliver the best possible quality water with the least risk. If it proves impossible to provide safe drinking-water with the best use of the existing system, the technical assistance programme will assist the supplier to apply for financial assistance from the capital assistance programme.
My wife drinks 4 bottles of whiskey every week (280ml) is Declinol of any use to her because if it only lowers the dose after 120 days, it looks like I could still be buying the drug and the whiskey for a very long time to come. As this could be in the category of “out of the question due to funds” I need to know whether it is worth starting. And yes we are on benefits, so I don’t want any talk about it taking a long time but worth the effort or about “Isn’t your wife’s life important enough to get her the treatment”. My wife is sixty and has been drinking since she was in the forces before the age of 20.
Honestly, if you want to see a healthy bat-to-human interaction, take a trip to Austin, Texas. Beneath a bridge downtown lives a colony of million Mexican free-tailed bats—the largest urban population of bats in the world, responsible for consuming about 10 tons of insects in a single night. And every day from March to October, you can watch them dive out of their roost en masse and fly toward the horizon in a black cloud that under any other circumstances would call to mind the End of Days—or at the very least a Meatloaf song .