Allocated refers to land that is being used by someone. Beneficiaries by definition will have land allocated.
Accounted refers to land for which someone has bought and is available for allocation to purchaser or their appointees to use.
Land may not have been accounted for by the beneficiary. It may be that an accountee has appointed the beneficiary or the beneficiary may be otherwise required to account for the land themselves at some point by paying the current cost of 'the acre'.
Currently there are three allocations for Gavin, Vera and myself (Roger) - see map (to be created later). Whereas the allocations are ongoing for Vera and me, Gavin's is a first start and likely temporary allocation. Gavin has stated he intends to invest the value of his property, on sale to the trust. This will effectively create an extended trust for approximately 3.2 acres.
Purchasers of land or donators of funds are likely to be trustees, and beneficiaries. It is inconsistent to have someone either be a beneficiary if they have funds but do not donate to the trust or donate and not benefit. In the second case I have no desire to manage land for others and I consider it overbearing and class structuring for someone to expect another to look after land on their behalf. If they can't be bothered then neither will the trust. It may happen as matter of course after the event but cannot be a predetermined proposal.
Checking out Firstlight in Sri Lanka. Awaiting replies from Essential, Traidcraft and Dipped Products PLC, Sri Lanka
Traidcraft confirmed gloves are vegan
Here are extracts from nih.gov
J Allergy Clin Immunol. 1999 Jul;104(1):177-80.
Cow's milk casein, a hidden allergen in natural rubber latex gloves. Ylitalo L, Mäkinen-Kiljunen S, Turjanmaa K, Palosuo T, Reunala T.
Source: Department of Dermatology, Tampere University Hospital, Tampere, Finland.
We have previously noted that one natural rubber latex (NRL) glove brand used for skin prick testing in the diagnosis of NRL allergy contained cow's milk casein.
We sought to examine whether other commonly marketed NRL glove brands contain cow's milk casein.
The casein content of 30 NRL glove extracts (1:5 wt/vol) was measured by ....
The casein content of the glove used in NRL allergy screening (Triflex, Baxter) was rather high (ie, about 400 microgram/g of glove). .... detected distinct amounts of casein in 8, minimal amounts in 7, and no casein in the remaining 15 NRL glove brands.
Several brands of NRL gloves were found to contain casein, ..... The use of casein as a stabilizer in glove manufacture without appropriate labeling should be stopped because it can also cause contact urticaria syndrome in individuals with cow's milk allergy.
[PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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