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Fitness trackers can monitor heart rate, estimate calorie burn and measure other biometrics. Sports watches can not only monitor the user’s physical condition but also provide insights that would improve their athletic performance. (...) WDHS can put together all the data related to an individual for the generation of a per- sonal health record (PHR) for health management and medical consulting. • WD-related sport services for running exercise: A WD can be used for recording health and sporting activity, from an accumulated number of steps taken in a day to travelled distance and motion trail. (...) Through the interconnection with the police system, WDAS can greatly increase the work efficiency of the police. • WD-related multimedia services for broadcasting entertainment services: It is common for citizens to be attracted to WDs for the multimedia entertainment content that is available to them.
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Score: 933507 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...n/files/basic-html/page39.html
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Mehmet Muharrem Kasapoğlu, Minister of Youth and Sports of Turkey, Mr. Philippe Duamelle, UNICEF Representative to Turkey, the photographer Reza and Mr. (...) I think the photo exhibition ‘Dreams of the Future’ sets a fine example of what young people from different origins can achieve when they gather around a common project.  There are 3.6 million Syrian citizens in our country. (...) You exhibited one of the most beautiful representations of sharing, supporting a common purpose and brotherhood. We are proud of you.
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Score: 933096.3 - https://www.unicef.org/turkiye...urkish-youth-launched-istanbul
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Mehmet Muharrem Kasapoğlu, Minister of Youth and Sports of Turkey, Mr. Philippe Duamelle, UNICEF Representative to Turkey, the photographer Reza and Mr. (...) I think the photo exhibition ‘Dreams of the Future’ sets a fine example of what young people from different origins can achieve when they gather around a common project.  There are 3.6 million Syrian citizens in our country. (...) You exhibited one of the most beautiful representations of sharing, supporting a common purpose and brotherhood. We are proud of you.
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Score: 933096.3 - https://www.unicef.org/turkey/...urkish-youth-launched-istanbul
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Like the first centre opened last year, this second facility will bring together both refugee and host communities for events and workshops and offer a common space for community development activities.  (...) The project aims to facilitate joint activities between the host and refugee communities, safeguarding common interests on issues such as security and making everyone a responsible citizen of the community. (...) The two centres are equipped with a sports field and solar powered electricity will also provide safe spaces for community dialogue, knowledge sharing, workshops, discussions on thematic areas, recreational and sport activities.
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Score: 931840.1 - https://www.unv.org/news/unv-e...ism-centre-kakuma-refugee-camp
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Like the first centre opened last year, this second facility will bring together both refugee and host communities for events and workshops and offer a common space for community development activities.  (...) The project aims to facilitate joint activities between the host and refugee communities, safeguarding common interests on issues such as security and making everyone a responsible citizen of the community. (...) The two centres are equipped with a sports field and solar powered electricity will also provide safe spaces for community dialogue, knowledge sharing, workshops, discussions on thematic areas, recreational and sport activities.
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Score: 931840.1 - https://www.unv.org/node/15689
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Like the first centre opened last year, this second facility will bring together both refugee and host communities for events and workshops and offer a common space for community development activities.  (...) The project aims to facilitate joint activities between the host and refugee communities, safeguarding common interests on issues such as security and making everyone a responsible citizen of the community. (...) The two centres are equipped with a sports field and solar powered electricity will also provide safe spaces for community dialogue, knowledge sharing, workshops, discussions on thematic areas, recreational and sport activities.
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Score: 931840.1 - https://www.unv.org/node/5425
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Like the first centre opened last year, this second facility will bring together both refugee and host communities for events and workshops and offer a common space for community development activities.  (...) The project aims to facilitate joint activities between the host and refugee communities, safeguarding common interests on issues such as security and making everyone a responsible citizen of the community. (...) The two centres are equipped with a sports field and solar powered electricity will also provide safe spaces for community dialogue, knowledge sharing, workshops, discussions on thematic areas, recreational and sport activities.
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Score: 931840.1 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/node/5425
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During his speech, Mr Ibrahim Abu Saleem, Deputy Head of the Palestinian Football Association thanked the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for supporting the Palestinian people, particularly in Gaza, through the rehabilitation of sports facilities. He added “the rehabilitation of sports facilities improved the ability of Palestinian youth to watch and enjoy sport matches. (...) “We are excited to be partnering with UNDP in support of a common goal; supporting the Palestinian community, and in particular sports facilities for young women and men in Gaza. The message of our joint effort for opening new sports facility is that connections made through sport, through both its simplicity and universal appeal, can help build better understanding and friendship by inspiring people of all nations with the promise of a bright, positive future.
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Score: 930833.5 - https://www.un.org/unispal/doc...ngdom-of-saudi-arabia-article/
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In Xi’an, a vibrant city visited by ambassadors and merchants that marked “mile zero” of the Silk Roads, numerous artefacts relating to traditional sports have been preserved in the city’s History and Sports Museums. (...) In terms of the development of traditional sports, the Silk Roads provided an opportunity for nomadic skills such as archery and horse riding to hybridise with farming culture to form a number of martial arts styles. (...) This is a hybrid of a number of traditional martial arts including Shaolin Kungfu, Karate, Taekwondo and Yoga.4 Today, Tai Chi, one of the most popular styles of WuShu has millions of practitioners worldwide and WuShu in general remains a popular sport that promotes good physical and mental health, as well as the common heritage of the Silk Roads.
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Score: 930606.5 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...e_silk_road_knowledge_bank.pdf
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The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022,™that runs from 21 November until 18 December, aims to leave a legacy for sport and health for other nations hosting future mega sporting events.   (...) COVID-19 has also changed sports events and the social, economic, and security eco-system. (...) Moving towards a longer-term programme, WHO will bring various partners together to identify other opportunities around the common principles of health for all, safety and security.  
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Score: 929745.1 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...ng-legacy-for-sport-and-health
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