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Recommendations from the Infertility consultation on the review of WHO infertility diagnosis and management tools Tool: WHO Manual for the standardized investigation and diagnosis of the infertile couple (1993) 1. Rewrite the manual for the infertile couple by incorporating within it the: WHO manual for the standardized investigation, diagnosis and management of the infertile male (2000). WHO should not develop separate tools for the man and the woman – infertility should address the couple. 2. Rewrite in a simplified manner, targeting tertiary care providers in various settings. 3. (...) For example, In the Middle East, infertility diagnosis and care is commonly performed within maternal health/antenatal care services; however, in South Africa, the infertility assessment would more likely be done within a FP or STI clinic. 2.
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Score: 1419202.1 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...s_infertility_consultation.pdf
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Volume III: Capacitive, inductive and conductive coupling: physical theory and calculation methods Volume III MEDIA PRICE CHF LANGUAGE ARTICLE ISBN PAGE NBR FS 1766 92-61-04042-X 92-61-04043-8 282 282 56.- 1784 EFS 56.- Volume II: Calculating induced voltages and currents in practical cases Geneva, 1999 The Directives provide a comprehensive description of electromagnetic effects due to the close proximity of telecommunication lines to power and electrified railway systems. (...) Volume II - Calculating induced voltages and currents in practical cases - describes the methods for evaluating voltages and currents resulting from capacitive, inductive and conductive coupling in a variety of commonly-encountered situations. 67 MEDIA PRICE CHF LANGUAGE ARTICLE ISBN PAGE NBR EFS 92-61-08001-4 92-61-08002-2 92-61-08003-0 15034 15065 15068 620 620 620 160.- EFS 160.- Volume I: Design, construction and operational principles of telecommunication, power and electrified railway facilities Volume I MEDIA PRICE CHF LANGUAGE ARTICLE ISBN PAGE NBR FS 1764 92-61-03942-1 92-61-03943-X 150 152 36.- 1782 EFS 36.-
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Score: 1410278.7 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...ue/web/WebSearch/page0076.html
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Tinned fish and meat, instant noodles, chips, bread and soup stock cubes are among the most commonly consumed processed foods. These are usually cheap, widely available and do not require refrigeration, but are high in sodium. (...) Given the increasing consumption of processed and fast foods, coupled with shifting tastes and diets, consumers need to be aware of the salt content of food to help them make informed choices and demand healthier low-salt options. (...) The engagement of other government ministries and the private sector, particularly the food industry, is essential, through measures such as food labeling regulations, reducing the salt content in commonly consumed processed food and the production of ‘low-salt’ food alternatives.
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Score: 1211954.1 - https://www.who.int/laos/news/...-of-excessive-salt-consumption
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The various revenue sources may or may not be tightly coupled with a particular payment product or payment system. Interchange, for example, is commonly used in card payments, and is specified as a rule in the private operating rules of many card networks.
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Score: 1190659.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page179.html
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Improving quality and flexibility while minimizing capital and operational cost is crucial for both maximizing and maintaining the role of ICTs over time. 3.2 Physical and service infrastructure elements The following physical and service infrastructures are commonly found in the literature as key aspects for a smart sustainable city:  Smart energy  Smart buildings  Smart transportation  Smart water  Smart waste  Smart physical safety and security  Smart health care  Smart education These infrastructures are traditional and very physical in nature. (...) Studies suggest that between early 2007 and 2008, the prices of wheat, rice, corn and soybeans have roughly tripled around the globe. Coupled with the more frequent occurrence of record high temperatures such as in the case of the summer 35 of 2010 in Moscow, energy management needs to be fundamentally restructured .
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Score: 1190659.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page33.html
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Birth regulation refers to measures taken by couples to space or limit the number of their children, excluding abortion. (...) Current users are women or couples who are using a contraceptive method at the time of the interview. (...) Potential users sometimes refers to couples motivated for family planning but not yet using.
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Score: 1184319.3 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...tility-programmes-ad/chap4.pdf
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In Uganda, refugee women’s leadership drives inclusive humanitarian action Though women and children make up 81 per cent of the nearly 1.53 million refugees in Uganda, refugee settlement leadership has historically lacked women’s representation. Cultural barriers, coupled with limited knowledge on rights and access to education, kept women from participating in decision-making processes. (...) Gender equality starts at home: How three couples in Lebanon are reshaping norms Ahmed Fakih, 38, a life skills teacher and Douaa Affarah, 31, a Business Administration student, have been married for seven years and have two children – Juri and Nasser. “Since the day of our engagement we have been fostering a small society built on equality,” explained the couple. Although they live in a conservative society, the couple have worked hard to create a different environment and upbringing for their children, away from gender-discriminatory ideas and norms. 
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Score: 1182531.9 - https://www.un.org/en/property...by-og-global-category/287/6929
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Tinned fish and meat, instant noodles, chips, bread and soup stock cubes are among the most commonly consumed processed foods. These are usually cheap, widely available and do not require refrigeration, but are high in sodium. (...) Given the increasing consumption of processed and fast foods, coupled with shifting tastes and diets, consumers need to be aware of the salt content of food to help them make informed choices and demand healthier low-salt options. (...) The engagement of other government ministries and the private sector, particularly the food industry, is essential, through measures such as food labeling regulations, reducing the salt content in commonly consumed processed food and the production of ‘low-salt’ food alternatives.
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Score: 1181859.5 - https://www.who.int/republicof...-of-excessive-salt-consumption
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Tinned fish and meat, instant noodles, chips, bread and soup stock cubes are among the most commonly consumed processed foods. These are usually cheap, widely available and do not require refrigeration, but are high in sodium. (...) Given the increasing consumption of processed and fast foods, coupled with shifting tastes and diets, consumers need to be aware of the salt content of food to help them make informed choices and demand healthier low-salt options. (...) The engagement of other government ministries and the private sector, particularly the food industry, is essential, through measures such as food labeling regulations, reducing the salt content in commonly consumed processed food and the production of ‘low-salt’ food alternatives.
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Score: 1181859.5 - https://www.who.int/australia/...-of-excessive-salt-consumption
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Tinned fish and meat, instant noodles, chips, bread and soup stock cubes are among the most commonly consumed processed foods. These are usually cheap, widely available and do not require refrigeration, but are high in sodium. (...) Given the increasing consumption of processed and fast foods, coupled with shifting tastes and diets, consumers need to be aware of the salt content of food to help them make informed choices and demand healthier low-salt options. (...) The engagement of other government ministries and the private sector, particularly the food industry, is essential, through measures such as food labeling regulations, reducing the salt content in commonly consumed processed food and the production of ‘low-salt’ food alternatives.
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Score: 1181859.5 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...-of-excessive-salt-consumption
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