CMA Awards 2020: Hottest Hunks, Stylish Men

first_imgStep aside ladies! The country hunks really brought the heat at the 2020 Country Music Association Awards. Ranging from blue jeans and cowboy hats to sharp, black tuxedos, the men’s style game was seriously on-point.On Wednesday, November 11, the hottest stars in country music walked the red carpet for the 53rd annual awards show at the Music City Center in Nashville. In fact, it was the true first true red carpet that we’ve seen since the COVID-19 pandemic — and the celebs did not disappoint.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Most of the women dazzled in truly head-turning gowns. For instance, Carrie Underwood looked like a goddess in an embellished, asymmetrical dress, while Maren Morris slayed in a lacey black number featuring a sexy robe. But the dudes kept up, opting for a variety of different aesthetics. And we appreciated every single one of them.Jason Aldean and Dierks Bentley rocked pared down outfits complete with blue jeans and killer boots. After all, it is a country music awards show! But Darius Rucker, Thomas Rhett and Patrick Schwarzenegger all went for a more classic red carpet look in suits and tuxedos. Rucker donned a simple black suit with a white dress shirt and dark necktie. Rhett changed things up a bit in a black monochrome tux, complete with a bowtie. As for Schwarzenegger, he really went bold in a slouchy cream, double-breasted suit, which he wore over a white turtleneck. It was a bit funky but on the 27-year-old actor, it seriously worked.- Advertisement –center_img Meanwhile, New Artist of the Year winner, Morgan Wallen, stood out in a reddish brown suit that he paired with a black button-up for a stylishly handsome ensemble.Keep scrolling to see what all the hottest hunks wore to the 2020 CMA Awards.Listen on Spotify to Get Tressed With Us to get the details of every hair love affair in Hollywood, from the hits and misses on the red carpet to your favorite celebrities’ street style ‘dos (and don’ts!)- Advertisement –last_img read more

400K Nimbaians to Get Safe Drinking Water

first_imgMap of Nimba county shows where there is no water (red dots) and were water is but pumps could be working or not working (black dots). (Source: The Last Well) -The Last Well The Last Well, the Christian charity with a vision of ensuring that every community in Liberia, has access to safe drinking water, has set its sights on its biggest project yet — the entire Nimba County — with a target of 253 new wells, 287 well rehabilitations. According to the 2011 Liberia Waterpoint Atlas, Nimba has only 17% access to limited water supply services. A waterpoint, in this case, is a place where water is available for [human] consumption. As at 2017, the WASH Liberia index shows that waterpoints across the 17 statutory districts of Nimba County are between 33% and 83% functional. 10 of those 17 statutory districts have waterpoints that are less than 60% functional.  Nimba has been one of Liberia’s most significant historical regions and is the second most important County in terms of population and politics. Bordered by the counties of Bong, River Cess, Sinoe, and Grand Gedeh, Nimba has a population of approximately 563,000 inhabitants, according to the Liberia Household Income and Expenditure Survey. Life in Nimba is generally rural-based with most of its population living as subsistence farmers. The Last Well has carried out field assessment in all communities in Nimba and aims to address the water challenges faced by the citizens of the county, especially those in rural areas.The Last Well is working with several major implementing partners on the Nimba project, including: Living Water International, Water of Life, World Hope International, Water4, Vision Collaborators, Equip Liberia, LURA, and GUCDA. Two of the key funding organizations, Page Family Foundation and Magna Imperio Systems, are supporting the The Last Well Projects both in Nimba and Margibi counties.Targeting over 400,000 beneficiaries across all 17 statutory districts of Nimba County the charity aims to even reach hamlets in the remotest parts of the county.Liberia waterpoint functionality chart by county shows that less than 60% of waterpoints in Nimba County (fourth from bottom) are functional. (Source: wash-liberia.org)The project in in Nimba is expected to be launched  on May 15, 2019 in Sanniquelle, Nimba County with the construction of a total of 253 new wells, rehabilitation of 287 hand pumps and the distribution 9,070 water filter bucket to households in 1,364 communities in the county.The Last Well recently launched a similar project in Lofa as a way of responding to the water crisis in that part of Liberia. The clean and safe drinking water project targets all of the districts in Lofa county, with the construction of new well, rehabilitation of hand pumps and the distribution of water filter buckets.According to Mr. Abdul Koroma, WASH liaison for The Last Well, the charity’s project in Margibi County is targeting 129,237 persons. That project focuses on the construction of 70 new wells, rehabilitation of 31 hand pumps and the 8,181 water filter buckets to house holds to 827 communities in the county.The charity revealed that her ongoing  engagements with the counties is part of efforts along with partners to provide safe and clean water to Liberians.The Last Well further disclosed the provision of safe and clean water is also aimed at buttressing government efforts in providing safe drinking water to its citizens. The Last Well Nimba Project is made possible by several funding and implementing partners.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) – Advertisement –last_img read more