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Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
MINISTRY OF GENDER, YOUTH AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT
The Ministry of Gender Youth and Child Development invites proposals from
suitably qualified parties to provide the Consultancy to conduct participatory
baseline review of legislative, policy, programmatic actions in addressing gen-
der based violence and sexual violence as part of the Strengthening State
Accountability and Community Based Action for Ending Gender Based
Proponents will be required to demonstrate experience of similar work provid-
ing "Consultancy Services" as defined by the Terms of Reference, namely
expertise in reviewing legislation, policy and programme actions in addressing
gender based violence and sexual violence. Qualifications and experience in
gender, development, legislation and social policy is preferred.
Detailed "Terms of Reference" can be downloaded from the Ministry's Official
Website (http://mgycd.gov.tt/). Further information can be obtained from the
Gender Affair Division, Level 21, Tower D, International Waterfront Complex,
1A Wrightson Road, Port of Spain during business hours 8:00 a.m. to 4:00
p.m., Monday to Friday. Telephone number 627-1163 ext 2137/2139 or email
All proposals must be submitted, enclosed in plain, labelled, sealed envelopes
no later than 4:00 p.m. on Monday 30th June 2014, clearly to:
Ministry Gender Youth and Child Development
Level 21, Tower D
International Waterfront Complex
1A Wrightson Road
Port of Spain
Tel: (868) 627-1163
NYON---Champions League win-
ner Real Madrid got the biggest
UEFA payment from this season s
tournament with 57.4 million
euros ($78.3 million).
UEFA says the 32 teams which
qualified for the group stage shared
904 million euros ($1.23 billion) in
prize money and bonuses.
Paris Saint-Germain was second
in the money table, getting 54.4
million euros ($74.2 million) despite
losing in the quarterfinals.
PSG scored well by claiming a
big share of French television rights
money. However, UEFA is with-
holding 20 million euros ($27.3 mil-
lion) as a fine for overspending.
Atletico Madrid, the beaten final-
ist, was third with 50 million euros
($68.2 million). UEFA says Man-
chester United, Juventus, Bayern
Munich, Chelsea and Barcelona all
earned at least 40 million euros
($54.5 million). Anderlecht s 12.2
million euros ($16.6 million) pay-
ment was the lowest. (AP)
Winner Real Madrid tops
Champions League money table
says Zinedine Zidane
will coach its B team
next season after the
French great spent the
last campaign as Carlo
Ancelotti s assistant
with the first squad.
Zidane, 42, will coach
a team that was relegat-
ed to Spain s third divi-
sion last season.
Zidane played for
Madrid from 2001 until
retiring in 2006.
He returned to work
for the Spanish club as
a consultant in 2010,
and took his first coach-
ing job under Ancelotti.
Zidane to coach
Real Madrid B
BARCELONA---Barcelona says it
will sign Chile goalkeeper Claudio
Bravo to a four-year contract after
reaching a transfer agreement with
Neither Spanish club elaborated
on the deal. Barcelona says Bravo
will "share" goalkeeping duties with
fellow new arrival Marc-Andre ter
Stegen in place of the departed Victor
Valdes. The 31-year-old Bravo is cap-
tain of his national team and playing
in the World Cup in Brazil.
Bravo spent eight seasons at
Sociedad after starting his career at
Chilean club Colo-Colo.
He will join countryman Alexis
Sanchez at Barcelona. (AP)
ROME---A Napoli fan died yesterday
after being shot during the violence
which marred the buildup to the Ital-
ian Cup final in May.
The Rome hospital where the 29-
year-old Ciro Esposito was being
treated, and his family both released
statements confirming his death, 50
days after he was shot in the chest,
allegedly by Roma fan Daniele De
Santis. Esposito was at the head of a
group which ran to stop De Santis,
after he was spotted apparently throw-
ing paper bombs at a bus carrying
"Our Ciro heard the scared cries
of children who, with their families,
wanted to see a football match," the
statement from the family said. "Ciro
died to save others.
"We ask the institutions to do their
part. Daniele De Santis wasn t alone.
We want his accomplices to be iden-
tified and sent to justice."
The family has asked for those who
made mistakes in organising public
safety to be punished.
De Santis, who fired four shots,
was arrested for alleged attempted
murder. That charge will become vol-
Napoli President Aurelio De Lau-
rentiis and coach Rafa Benitez were
among the first to offer their condo-
lences to the family and express their
grief and dismay that a trip to a foot-
ball match ended in tragedy.
The Mayor of Naples, Luigi De
Magistris, also wrote on Twitter, "Ciro
is dead and a city is mourning in
Naples. For Ciro, for his family, for
our people. To say no to the coupling
of football and violence."
There will be a public viewing of
Esposito s coffin, for people to pay
their final respects. There is also a
petition to give him a medal for civil
Napoli fan injured before
Italian Cup final dies
Barca signs Chile goalkeeper Bravo
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