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mardi 27 mars 2018

Happy Birthday to Coach Jean-Jacques Minne !!! Ronning Against Cancer and Ronald Tintin’s first muscular strength and speed workout on Monday night, March 27th 2017 !!!

Happy Birthday to Jean-Jacques Minne !!! Ronning Against Cancer and Ronald Tintin’s first muscular strength and speed workout  on Monday night, March 27th 2017  !!!





Hi  dearest readers ;)
Today (Tuesday, March 27th 2018)  is Jean-Jacques Minne’s birthday.

Happy Birthday to you Jean-Jacques Minne !!!

From Ronning Against Cancer, Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur and www.mobile.superprofesseur.com





Ronning Against Cancer and Ronald Tintin’s first muscular strength and speed workout on Monday night, March 27th 2017 !!!
Travel, Run; Love,Fitness, Sport,Passion,Wellbeing and Personal Development with great motivation to support the fight against cancer!!!
Are you ready for a first muscular strength and speed workout on Monday night, March 27th 2017?
Start : @ 6:45 p.m
1.     Warm up running : 45 minutes
2.     Muscular strenght :
3.     Speeed workout : 3 x 80m
4.     Cooldown running : 25 minutes

Great motivation and wellness to support the fight against breast cancer and Cancer Awareness !!!
Have a great Monday night with positive thoughts !!! J
To know more about Ronald Tintin’s project “Ronning Against Cancer” :
“ Together, we can get rid of cancer; we are not alone. Together, we are stronger.”
Ronald Tintin, Founder of www.ronningagainstcancer.com

mercredi 21 février 2018

International Women's Day 2018 (March 8). IWD 2018 campaign theme : #Press for Progress (Press for Progress) - Supported by Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur, Marie Joëlle Magne, Ronning Against Cancer.

International Women's Day 2018 (March 8). IWD 2018 campaign theme : #Press for Progress (Press for Progress)

Save the date and the place to be “International Women’s Day” on Thursday, March 8th 2018. Supported by Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur,mobile application of Super Professeur :mobile.superprofesseur.com , Marie Joëlle Magne,





For International Women's Day 2018, we're asking you to #PressforProgress
Call on the masses or call on yourself to help forge a better working world - a more gender inclusive world.


With the World Economic Forum's 2017 Global Gender Gap Report findings telling us that gender parity is over 200 years away - there has never been a more important time to keep motivated and#PressforProgress. And with global activism for women's equality fuelled by movements like #MeToo,#TimesUp and more - there is a strong global momentum striving for gender parity.
And while we know that gender parity won't happen overnight, the good news is that across the world women are making positive gains day by day. Plus, there's indeed a very strong and growing global movement of advocacy, activism and support.
So we can't be complacent. Now, more than ever, there's a strong call-to-action to press forward and progress gender parity. A strong call to #PressforProgress. A strong call to motivate and unite friends, colleagues and whole communities to think, act and be gender inclusive.
International Women's Day is not country, group or organisation specific. The day belongs to all groups collectively everywhere. So together, let's all be tenacious in accelerating gender parity. Collectively, let's all Press for Progress.

Collectively we can all play a part

Collective action and shared responsibility for driving gender parity is what makes International Women's Day successful. Gloria Steinem, world-renowned feminist, journalist and activist once explained "The story of women's struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organisation but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights."
Started by the Suffragettes in the early 1900's, the first International Women's Day was celebrated in 1911. International Women's Day belongs to all communities everywhere - governments, companies, charities, educational institutions, networks, associations, the media and more. Whether through a global conference, community gathering, classroom lesson or dinner table conversation - everyone can play a purposeful part in pressing for gender parity.
So make International Women's Day YOUR day and do what you can to truly make a positive difference for women. Press for Progress!


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The Athlete, Ultra Marathon Runner and Race Walker Ronald Rintin

Ronald Tintin, Founder of the project Ronning Against Cancer to support the fight against Cancer and raise funds

“ Together, we can get rid of cancer; we are not alone. Together, we are stronger.”

 

Breast Cancer Awareness - Let’s support the Fight Against Breast Cancer and raise funds! Supported by the project Ronning Against Cancer, Super Professeur, Marie-Joëlle Magne, mobile.superprofesseur.com, http://mobile.ronningagainstcancer.xyz  and Les Aventures de Ronald Tintin







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jeudi 15 février 2018

International Childhood Cancer Day 2018 : 15 February. “Advance Cures and Transform Care” - Supported by Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur,Marie Jöelle Magne and Ronning Against Cancer

International Childhood Cancer Day 2018 : 15 February.  “Advance Cures and Transform Care”

Supported by Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur,mobile application of Super Professeur :mobile.superprofesseur.com ,Marie Joelle Magne,


International Childhood Cancer Day is celebrated annually on 15 February to raise awareness and to express support for children and adolescents with cancer, survivors and their families.


Today is International Childhood Cancer Day which highlights the need for concerted global actions to address the growing challenge posed by this non-communicable disease. Globally, childhood and adolescent cancer is threatening to overtake infectious diseases, as one of the highest causes of disease-related mortality in children.





















It is a day when we come together to continue the work to “Advance Cures and Transform Care” and to make childhood cancer a national and global child health priority.
Much work remains to be done. According to IARC (2015), the reported worldwide incidence of childhood cancer is increasing, from 165,000 new cases annually to 215,000 cases for children 14 years and younger and 85,000 new cases for 15-19 year-olds. Many more remain uncounted and unreported due to a lack of childhood cancer registries in a large number of countries.
While the number of children with cancer is much less compared to global incidence of adult cancers, the number of lives saved is significantly higher; survival rates in high-income countries reach an average of 84% and are steadily improving even in less-resourced areas of the world where there is local and international support.
The ICCD campaign’s ultimate goal and unified message is “Advance Cures and Transform Care”. This message spotlights the inequities and glaring disparity of access to care in most low- and middle-income countries where 80% of children with cancer live. Children and adolescents in Africa, Asia and Latin America and in parts of Eastern and Southern Europe do not yet have access to appropriate treatment including essential medicines and specialized care. Currently, where one lives often determines one’s ability to survive childhood cancer.
The 188 member organizations of Childhood Cancer International (CCI) in 96 countries as the largest non-profit patient support organization for childhood cancer and the 1000 healthcare professionals from 110 countries who are members of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology (SIOP) ask everyone to come together in solidarity to make sure children and adolescents everywhere have the chance to survive cancer and live long, productive and meaningful lives.
"The chance for a cure, the chance to live, should not be an accident of geography. There is nothing scarier than realizing that your child has cancer. However, there is nothing more tragic than knowing that treatment and cure does exist for your particular child’s cancer and with excellent outcomes, BUT… that it is not available for your child. Why? Because your child happens to live in the wrong hemisphere! It is time to take action to stop this cruel atrocity… makes your voices heard on International Childhood Cancer Day and demand from world leaders to ACT and HELP SAVE ALL CHILDREN regardless of where they live!"
(HRH Princess Dina Mired, mother of childhood cancer survivor, President-elect, UICC).
For the next 3 years we will build on a campaign to:
  1. Build global awareness that more than 300,000 children each year are diagnosed with cancer.
  2. Build global awareness that many types of childhood cancer are curable if given:
    • The right to early and proper diagnosis;
    • The right to access life-saving essential medicines;
    • The right to appropriate and quality medical treatments, and;
    • The right to follow up care, services and sustainable livelihood opportunities for survivors.
  3. Work towards the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goal 3.4 to reduce premature mortality one-third by 2030.
    • Too often when it comes to childhood cancer we are faced with a response of “but.”
    • “But” there aren’t enough children to develop new drugs;
    • “But” the treatment is too expensive;
    • “But” there aren’t enough doctors,
    • “But” …

ICCD 2018 Call to Action

The time is now. There can be no more “but.”
On July 6, 2017, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a global indicator framework for achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 2030 Global Health Targets. Sustainable Development Goal 3.4 challenges countries to: “By 2030, reduce by one-third of premature mortality from Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) through prevention and treatment, and promote mental health and well-being.” Childhood Cancer International agrees that making childhood cancer a national and global child health priority is a critical first step towards reducing premature child mortality 30 percent by 2030, providing a crucial milestone for countries to obtain this United Nation’s goal.
Childhood cancers are often curable but too many children and adolescents have no hope to overcome their disease simply because they were born in a country entrenched in poverty resulting in late diagnosis, lack of access to life-saving essential medicines and appropriate treatment.

To know more :




The Adventures of Ronald Tintin, Le Journal Intime de Sublima / Les Aventures de Ronald Tintin, Le Journal Intime de Sublima

The Athlete, Ultra Marathon Runner and Race Walker Ronald Rintin

Ronald Tintin, Founder of the project Ronning Against Cancer to support the fight against Cancer and raise funds
“ Together, we can get rid of cancer; we are not alone. Together, we are stronger.”

 

Breast Cancer Awareness - Let’s support the Fight Against Breast Cancer and raise funds! Supported by the project Ronning Against Cancer, Super Professeur, Marie-Joëlle Magne, mobile.superprofesseur.com, http://mobile.ronningagainstcancer.xyz  and Les Aventures de Ronald Tintin










mardi 13 février 2018

Happy Valentine’s Day 2018, 14th February !!! From Super Professeur, The Adventures of Ronald Tintin, The Diary of Sublima and Ronning Against Cancer

Happy Valentine’s Day 2018, 14th February !!! From Super Professeur, The Adventures of Ronald Tintin, The Diary of Sublima and Ronning Against Cancer
Valentine’s Day 2018. Happy Valentine’s Day 2018, 14th February . Supported by Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur,mobile application of Super Professeur :mobile.superprofesseur.com , http://mobile.ronningagainstcancer.xyz  and Ronning AgainstCancer

Dearest readers ;)





Happy Valentine’s Day 2018, Wednesday 14 February !!! From The Adventures of Ronald Tintin, The Diary of Sublima, Super Professeur and Ronning Against Cancer

Valentine’s Day, Around The World – by Florine Cornilleau

As you know every February 14 is Valentine’s Day. It is the traditional feast for all couples, but it is also the feast of friendship in other countries. Valentine’s Day is celebrated in all continents but not always on the same date or in the same way. It depends on the local traditions of the country but there is always love, friendship and fraternity…

mardi 26 décembre 2017

Boxing Day – The Day after Christmas Day. Day 2 (26th December) of the 12 Days of Christmas : St Stephen’s Day. by Ronald Tintin

Boxing Day – The Day after Christmas Day. Day 2 (26th December) of the 12 Days of Christmas : St Stephen’s Day

Save the date and the place to be “The 12 Days of Christmas – From Christmas Day (25th December) to Twelfth Night (5th January)”.Supported by Les Aventures de  Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur, mobile application of Super Professeur :mobile.superprofesseur.com and Ronning AgainstCancer.


The 12 Days of Christmas – From Christmas Day (25th December) to Twelfth Night (5th January).

Merry Christmas to you and A Happy New Year 2018 !!! From Ronald Tintin, Le Journal Intime de Sublima, Super Professeur, Marie-Joëlle Magne and Ronning Against Cancer










The 12 Days of Christmas are now most famous as a song about someone receiving lots of presents from their 'true love'. However, to get to the song there had to be the days to start with!

The 12 Days of Christmas start on Christmas Day and last until the evening of the 5th January - also known as Twelfth Night. The 12 Days have been celebrated in Europe since before the middle ages and were a time of celebration.

The 12 Days each traditionally celebrate a feast day for a saint and/or have different celebrations:


Day 2 (26th December also known as Boxing Day): St Stephen’s Day. He was the first Christian martyr (someone who dies for their faith). It's also the day when the Christmas Carol 'Good King Wenceslas' takes place.

Boxing Day takes place on December 26th and is only celebrated in a few countries; mainly ones historically connected to the UK (such as Canada, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand) and in many European countries. In Germany it is known as "Zweite Feiertag” (which means 'second celebration') and also “Zweiter Weihnachtsfeiertag” which translates as Boxing Day (although it doesn’t literally mean that)!

It was started in the UK about 800 years ago, during the Middle Ages. It was the day when the alms box, collection boxes for the poor often kept in churches, were traditionally opened so that the contents could be distributed to poor people. Some churches still open these boxes on Boxing Day.

It might have been the Romans that first brought this type of collecting box to the UK, but they used them to collect money for the betting games which they played during their winter celebrations!

In Holland, some collection boxes were made out of a rough pottery called 'earthenware' and were shaped like pigs. Perhaps this is where we get the term 'Piggy Bank'!
It was also traditional that servants got the day off to celebrate Christmas with their families on Boxing Day. Before World War II, it was common for working people (such as milkmen and butchers) to travel round their delivery places and collect their Christmas box or tip. This tradition has now mostly stopped and any Christmas tips, given to people such as postal workers and newspaper delivery children, are not normally given or collected on Boxing Day.

Boxing Day has now become another public holiday in countries such as the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. It is also the traditional day that Pantomimes started to play.

There are also often sports played on Boxing Day in the UK, especially horse racing and football matches! It's also when shops traditionally had big sales after Christmas in the UK (like Black Friday in the USA).

The 26th December is also St. Stephen's Day. Just to confuse things, there are two St. Stephens in history! The first St. Stephen is believed to have been a very early follower of Jesus and he is said to have been the first Christian Martyr (a person who dies for their religious beliefs). The Bible says that Stephen (who was a Jew) was stoned to death by some other Jews (who didn't believe in Jesus).

The second St. Stephen was a Missionary, in Sweden, in the 800s. He loved all animals but particularly horses (perhaps why there is traditionally horse racing on boxing day). He was also a martyr and was killed by pagans in Sweden. In Germany there was a tradition that horses would be ridden around the inside of the church during the St. Stephen's Day service!

St. Stephen's Day (or 'the feast of Stephen') is when the Carol 'Good King Wenceslas' is set. It's about helping the poor - so it has a strong connection to Boxing Day.


MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU !!! From Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur and Ronning Against Cancer, Les Aventures de Ronald Tintin, Le Journal Intime de Sublima








Ronald Tintin, Founder of the project Ronning Against Cancer
“ Together, we can get rid of cancer; we are not alone. Together, we are stronger.”

 

Breast Cancer Awareness - Let’s support the Fight Against Breast Cancer and raise funds! Supported by the project Ronning Against Cancer, Super Professeur, Marina Nival , mobile.superprofesseur.com and Les Aventures de Ronald Tintin






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