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Chapter two Roles and responsibilities Article 4 Plant Protection and Quarantine Department in center and its related units in the provincial level are responsible for the following duties: 1- To identify quarantine stations; 2- To prepare collections of plant diseases and herbs; 3- To prevent the outbreak of plant/herbal diseases from abroad to the country and from country to abroad; 4- To review phytosanitary certificates and make sure of their validity; 2 5- To test imported plant products and make sure that they are free from diseases and quarantine herbs; 6- To disinfect plant products and transportation facilities moving from abroad/domestic quarantine areas to other places in Afghanistan, 7- To test plant products ready for export; 8- To examine agricultural product stores and other domestic supplies to timely discover plant/herbal diseases and to categorize the Afghanistan areas from perspective of plant quarantines, 9- To cooperate with national/international scientific organizations to fight plant/herbal diseases; 10- To incorporate results form tests and studies and raise public awareness on how to fight quarantine diseases and herbals; 11- To test agricultural seeds, slips, saplings, ornamental plants and other imported plants from abroad aimed to be grown in Emirate/private farmlands and greenhouses; 12- To review tenders/contracts on transportation of plant products signed with other countries to make sure that they meet international plant quarantine regulations and make comments on such contracts.
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Score: 1335711 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/afg_e/WTACCAFG5A1_LEG_13.pdf
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LAWS AND REGULATIONS PROMULGATED TO GIVE EFFECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL TREATIES ON NARCOTIC DRUGS AND PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCES : NETHERLANDS / COMMUNICATED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF NETHERLANDS
V.03-86331 (E) UNITED NATIONS E/NL.2003/35-40 16 July 2003 English only (*) LAWS AND REGULATIONS PROMULGATED TO GIVE EFFECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL TREATIES ON
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NGO WRITTEN SUBMISSION : FIELDS OF GREEN FOR ALL NPC
Conversely, since 2020, INCB has been developing Guidelines in comple te opacity, raising concerns about the legitimacy and scope of the process, a fuzzy mandate, and risks of conflicts of interest.3 While not binding, these Guidelines will impact and shape trade and production of a traditional, herbal medicine and a plant indigenous to many regions of the world. (...) INCB (2019, pp. 2,109) encourages governments to limit access only to single-compound medicines, and stated that “Attempts to market and promote the medical use of cannabis products as “herbal medicines” are inconsistent with the classification of cannabis” (p.3). This is contrary to the treaties (which recognize herbal cannabis medicines, including in indigenous medicine systems, see UN, 1973, p. 111) and opposing WHO (1994; 1996, pp. 178– 184; 2013)’s general guidelines, the Declaration of Alma-Ata (WHO, 1996, p. 179), as well as its cannabis-specific evidence-based assessment (WHO, 2019, pp. 34–41) recognizing the legitimacy of herbal cannabis and resin.
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Score: 1275594.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=E/CN.7/2021/NGO/7&Lang=E
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This has five areas of action: Traditional medicine system monitoring Catalyzing research on Traditional medicine system organization and management Capacity-building of Traditional medicine practitioners/workforce Adverse events reporting systems Effective communication Technical links Key documents WHO Traditional Medicine Strategy 2014-2023 WHO Global Report on Traditional and Complementary Medicine 2019 WHO Resolutions  WHA67.18 (2014) Traditional medicine  WHA62.13 (2009) Traditional medicine Related links   Astana Declaration on Primary Health Care United Nations: Political declaration of the high-level meeting on universal health coverage Framework on integrated, people-centred health services WHA69.24 Strengthening integrated people-centred health services International Classification of Diseases 11th Revision WHA72.6 Global action on patient safety WHO guidelines for selecting marker substances of herbal origin for quality control of herbal medicines WHO guidelines on good herbal processing practices for herbal medicines Guidelines on good manufacturing practices for the manufacture of herbal medicines       - Related Health Topics Other Essential Medicines Other Universal health coverage Important links TRM in WHO Headquarters (HQ) TRM in Western Pacific Region (WPRO) TRM in Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMRO) WHO Collaborating Centres for Traditional Medicine Bangladesh- Directorate General of Health Services Website Bhutan- National Institute of Traditional Medicine Website India- Ministry of AYUSH website Ayurveda Research Council Unani Research Council Homoeopathy Research Council: Yoga & Naturopathy Research Council Siddha Research Institute National Institute of Ayurveda National Institute of Unani Medicine National Institute of Siddha National Institute of Homoeopathy National Institute of Naturopathy National Institute of Yoga National Medicinal Plants Board Pharmacopoieal Laboratory for Indian Medicine Regulatory Council of Indian Medicine Regulatory Council of Homeopathy Yoga related best articles Indonesia- Badan Penelitian & Pengembangan Kesehatan website Myanmar- Department of Traditional Medicine webpage Nepal- Ministry of Health website Sri Lanka- National Institute of Traditional Medicine website Thailand- Ministry of Public Health website   Featured publications 30 May 2022 Regional Consultation on Indicators for Monitoring Traditional and Complementary Medicine System Performance for the WHO South-East Asia Region Regional Consultation on Indicators for Monitoring Traditional and Complementary Medicine System Performance for the WHO South-East Asia Region 30 December 2019 Pharmacovigilance and Traditional and Complementary Medicine in South-East Asia Pharmacovigilance and Traditional and Complementary Medicine in South-East Asia A review of traditional medicine research in Sri Lanka: 2015–2019 28 October 2021 | Download Virtual workshop on pharmacovigilance (PV) for traditional medicine (TRM) products in the WHO South-... 12 April 2021 | Download Core and Reference Indicators for Monitoring Traditional and Complementary Medicine in South-East As... 10 November 2017 | Download Traditional medicine in the WHO South-East Asia Region: review of progress 2014–2019 29 March 2021 | Download Regional workshop on clinical research methodologies in traditional medicine for the WHO South-East ... 21 January 2021 | Download The Pharmacovigilance System for Traditional Medicine in Thailand 4 September 2017 | Download Regional workshop to share experience and evidence on appropriate integration of traditional medicin... 21 November 2016 | Download WHO traditional medicine strategy: 2014-2023 29 October 2013 | Download Pharmacovigilance for traditional medicine products: Why and how?
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Score: 1269908.9 - https://www.who.int/southeasta...ntary-and-integrative-medicine
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STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY ALL INDIA SHAH BEHRAM BAUG SOCIETY FOR SCIENTIFIC AND EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH, A NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION IN CONSULTATIVE STATUS WITH THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL
For prevention and treatment of AIDS, APOLONIO LUIS in Goa, India has discovered a herbal source of medicine. This is found in trees growing in the natural forest areas in Goa. (...) Dr Vinod Marathe in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India has developed a system combining Ayurvedic herbal formula and acupuncture. Topic two: Health Education: Establishment of an Open International Research University through United Nations/ECOSOC/ WHO/UNESCO /UNICEF Establishment of such a University open to ALL – persons from all countries, all Governments and all NGO’s levels will greatly facilitate the impetus for research and the free flow of research findings at a global level for the universal benefit of humanity (...) Establishment of norms for a common medical curriculum for holistic health care education at University level which combines an Integrated Approach to Health Knowledge for Holistic health care, including Allopathic, Homoeopathic, Ayurvedic, Herbal, Unani, Nature Cure Yoga Acupuncture, Complementary and Alternative Medicine Methods.
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These challenges have given rise to the promotion of a range of products made from  Artemisia  plant material – such as teas, tablets and capsules – as affordable and effective medicines against malaria. Traditional herbal remedies have several limitations, especially when used to treat potentially fatal diseases such as malaria. (...) The content in  Artemisia  herbal remedies is often insufficient to kill all malaria parasites in a patient’s bloodstream and to prevent recrudescence. Widespread use of  Artemisia annua  herbal remedies could hasten the development and spread of artemisinin resistance.
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Score: 1264801.6 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...rmaceutical-forms-of-artemisia
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PROMOTING THE SHARING OF INFORMATION ON THE POTENTIAL ABUSE OF AND TRAFFICKING IN SYNTHETIC CANNABINOID RECEPTOR AGONISTS : REVISED DRAFT RESOLUTION / JAPAN
.: Limited 11 March 2010 Original: English V.10-51869 (E) *1051869* Commission on Narcotic Drugs Fifty-third session Vienna, 8-12 March 2010 Agenda item 7 Illicit drug traffic and supply and related measures Japan: revised draft resolution Promoting the sharing of information on the potential abuse of and trafficking in synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists The Commission on Narcotic Drugs, Recalling its resolution 48/1, on promoting the sharing of information on emerging trends in the abuse of and trafficking in substances not controlled under the international drug control treaties, Noting the use in recent years and in several regions of substances that are not under international control and that may pose public health risks, Noting also the increasing number of reports about the production of substances (most commonly herbal mixtures) containing synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists that have psychoactive effects similar to those produced by cannabis, Concerned that herbal mixtures containing cannabinoid receptor agonists, such as Spice products, are increasingly being sold through various channels, in particular through the Internet, Welcoming the report of the International Narcotics Control Board for 2009, in which the Board noted the concern that had been raised regarding the abuse liability and potential health effects of herbal mixtures containing synthetic cannabinoids,1 Noting that most synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists are not currently under international control although a number of Member States in several regions have placed several cannabinoid receptor agonists under national control, __________________ 1 Report of the International Narcotics Control Board for 2009 (United Nations publication, Sales No.
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ASIAN AND PACIFIC CENTRE FOR TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY ; ESCAP COMMISSION SESSION (63RD SESS.: 7-23 MAY 2007 : ALMATY, KAZAKHSTAN) ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
In the area of traditional medicine and herbal technology, the Centre and various member States established the Asia-Pacific Traditional Medicine and Herbal Technology Network (APTMNET), linking 14 countries of the region and addressing issues related to biodiversity, protection of traditional knowledge, sustainable industrial utilization of natural resources and the promotion of sound agronomic practices at the grass-roots level. (...) Asia-Pacific Traditional Medicine and Herbal Technology Network The Asia-Pacific Traditional Medicine and Herbal Technology Network (APTMNET) was initiated by the Centre and its member countries for the development of traditional medicine and the promotion of information dissemination and industrial and technical cooperation concerning traditional medicine in the Asian and Pacific region. (...) Strengthen the Asia-Pacific Traditional Medicine and Herbal Technology Network (APTMNET). Government of Germany Build capacity for development and dissemination of green grass-roots innovation in the Asia-Pacific region.
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UN Photo/John Isaac Ethnic cleansing has not been recognized as an independent crime under international law. (...) The expression “ethnic cleansing” has been used in resolutions of the Security Council and the General Assembly, and has been acknowledged in judgments and indictments of the ICTY, although it did not constitute one of the counts for prosecution. (...) Definition As ethnic cleansing has not been recognized as an independent crime under international law, there is no precise definition of this concept or the exact acts to be qualified as ethnic cleansing.
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Score: 1254595.8 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...vention/ethnic-cleansing.shtml
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CHANGES IN THE SCOPE OF CONTROL OF SUBSTANCES: PROPOSED SCHEDULING RECOMMENDATIONS BY THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION ON NEW PSYCHOACTIVE SUBSTANCES AND MEDICINES
It is sold as herbal incense or branded products with a variety of different names. (...) It is sold as herbal incense or branded products with a variety of different names. (...) It is sold as herbal incense or branded products with a variety of different names.
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