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Or put it on a shelve. Tie the soap on the rope nearby. It helps that it does not get lost or fall. (...) For example, hang it on a tree and tie the soap close to it. 1. Take an ordinary bar of soap and make a hole in the middle with a screwdriver or a sharp object (do not let small children assist with this and be careful yourself). (...) We also need soap nearby. Remember to teach your children how to wash their hands properly with soap and clean water.
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Score: 1530595.7 - https://www.unicef.org/southaf...F-ECD-parents-R1-tippy-tap.pdf
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Buckets might seem like a very ordinary item, but faced with a disease where soap and water is the only weapon, setting up handwashing stations is essential.   (...) Washing hands with soap is essential to preventing a wide range of diseases, from diarrhoeal to COVID-19.   UNICEFSouthSudan/Ryeng   A batch of soap and buckets is loaded on a truck to be taken to the final destination.
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Score: 1436353.2 - https://www.unicef.org/southsu...tories/soap-and-bucket-journey
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PETITION FROM MR. EDOUARD NDJE BEON CONCERNING THE CAMEROONS UNDER FRENCH ADMINISTRATION
B) One store cupboard containing: 2 dozen glasses, 1 dozen china plates, 2 dozen forks, 2 knives, 8 soup-bowls, 2 bottles of Mangustan rum, 5 litres of red wine, 3 bottles of "KIRAVI", 4 bottles of beer, 1 bottle of Dry Gin, rice, 4 tins of sardines, 6 tins of fresh herrings, 2 bottles of Eau-de-Cologne, 2 pieces of Cadum toilet soap; 12 razor blades, 3 tablecloths, 2 pairs of scissors, 1 tin of talcum powder, 2 tooth-brushes, 2 ordinary brushes, 2 tins of polish, one jar of pomade, 2 bars of soap, 6 exercise books, 1 packet of lOO sheets of squared paper, 10 miscellaneous books and the family photographs, 7 doors and 57-08912 I ... (...) Nt8lllaG Jean, Orderly of 11 7· Ntamag Francois, Secretary of " 8. Nyemel~ Nlwmbog, ordinary member of " 9· Touni Pierre, Councillor of If ; ... (...) Nahi Nguimbous, Public Relations Tog Albert, ordinary member Biboum Ngos 11 Bioumla Ndjock 11 Ndama Nyounai 11 Officer of " of " of " of " of " I claim the value of my loss to the amount of 4oo,ooo francs.
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Score: 1342760.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=T/PET.5/1170&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 65/02/09 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TURKEY ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
(Signed) Orhan ERALP Permanent Representative of Turkey to the United Nations TELEGRAM FROM THE ACTING PRESIDENT OF THE TURKISH COMMUNAL CHAMBER IN CYPRUS TO THE SECRETARY- GENERAL I have the honour to refer to the UNFICYP press release UNC No. 109, of 13 November 1964, in con- nexion with the entry to Cyprus of Red Crescent sup- plies for Turkish Cypriot refugees; the press release stated, inter alia, that the Government had decided to allow as an exception the shipment of the Red Crescent to be braught in without delay and exempt of duty, and to inform Your Excellency that the Greek authorities have refused to allow clearance of 5,503 pairs of boots, 4,000 pairs of socks, 6 bales of waistcoats and 10 tons of soap, although all were included in the list for which entry was originally authorized. (...) It is understood that the reason advanced by the Greeks for refusing clearance of the boots, socks and waistcoats is based on the argument that they might be used by military personnel. As for the soap, it was maintained that the quantity held was over and above the original quantity enunciated in the list. The boots are ordinary rubber-soled boots without studs, of the kind usually worn by ordinary peasants in Cyprus.
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Score: 1220662.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc....nsf/get?open&DS=S/6182&Lang=E
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In the current situation with the spread of COVID-19, water, soap and sanitation should be at the core of preventive measures taken at worksites. (...) It is important to keep them and personal protective equipment (PPE) in a sanitary condition by regularly cleaning them with soap and water and storing them in a safe location. (...) These masks should be washed with soap and water every day after use.  Waste disposal bins: Any waste of consumable products should be disposed of in designated disposal bins.
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Score: 1216010.9 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_741669.pdf
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EFFECT OF COVID-19 ON PRICE AND EXPENDITURE STATISTICS :COVID-19 COULD AFFECT THE REAL SIZE OF ARAB ECONOMIES
The most noticeable price increase is in therapeutic appliances and protective equipment, especially medical masks, gloves and thermometers, as well as other personal care products such as toothpaste, shampoo, soap, toilet paper and, above all, hand sanitizer. (...) Effect of COVID-19 on prices 31% 46% 23% No work Home (telecommuting) Home and office combination 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 No Yes Non-GCC GCC 5 In Iraq, COVID-19 caused a 10 per cent increase in the prices of food and beverages, a 20 per cent increase in the price of personal care items, such as soap, and over 50 per cent increase in the prices of therapeutic appliances and protective equipment, such as medical masks and gloves. (...) Please provide estimations on the percentage change (specifying if increase or decrease) in the prices of goods related to the below categories as a result of COVID-19: Category Percentage change (%) Food and beverages Water, electricity, gas and other fuels Goods and services for routine household maintenance (i.e. cleaning products) Therapeutic appliances and equipment (including medical masks, gloves and thermometers) Telephone and Internet services Appliances, articles and products for personal care (including toothpaste, shampoo, hand soap, sanitizers and toilet paper) 17. Please specify other categories in which prices were affected by COVID-19: Category Percentage change (%) 18.
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Score: 1202127.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...CWA/CL4. SIT/2020/INF.1&Lang=E
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report Tshwaragano ka Bana - Make your own Tippy Tap A fun activity for the whole family Highlights Washing your hands with soap and clean water is the best way to prevent the spread of germs and viruses. (...) The best news is that it also helps to safe water, as a Tippy Tap uses less water at a time than an ordinary tap. Author UNICEF South Africa, Department of Social Development, Department of Education Publication date May 2020 Languages English Download Download file (PDF, 202,52 KB) Related topics COVID-19 Early education Early childhood development Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Parenting South Africa More to explore Report Tshwaragano ka Bana -Let's play learn & grow together #1-10 #1-10 - easy, daily playful learning activities for young children up to 5 years at home.
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Score: 1194442.8 - https://www.unicef.org/southaf...a-bana-make-your-own-tippy-tap
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As well as carrying out cutting-edge research on the causes and impact of this rights violation, we also share the stories of Armenian champions for change – ordinary families like those of Mkrtich and Harutyun, who are charting a course for others to follow.   All interviews conducted by  Nyree Abrahamian for UNICEF Armenia Related topics Gender Rights Gender discrimination International Day of the Girl Armenia ECARO More to explore Press release 31 January 2022 History#5 – a resource pack with an innovative look at the teaching of history in Armenian schools Visit the page Article IntegrA (c) tion: a new game against discrimination Schoolchildren from the village of Darbnik create a stereotype-breaking educational game with support from UNICEF and Teach For Armenia Read the story Article “Hyun” - schoolgirls in Tavush launch a natural soap brand A group of schoolgirls in the village of Nerkin Karmiraghbyur embark on natural soap production with the support of UNICEF and Teach For Armenia.
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Score: 1180381.6 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...ories/my-girls-are-my-miracles
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-based African students, Moctar Dembélé from Burkina Faso and Gérard Niyondiko from Burundi, have won an award worth $25,000 from the University of California at Berkeley for inventing a soap capable of repelling mosquitoes, which can spread malaria. They are the first Africans to win the Global Social Venture Competition held by the university, and hope to invest the money in producing the soap, which they have named Faso.  Faso Soap is made completely out of natural ingredients that are available in Africa, including karate citronella, essential oil of lemongrass, shea butter and a “secret ingredient” that the inventors claim helps to kill mosquito larvae.  (...) Dembélé, who is also the general manager for Faso Soap, says, “We want a simple solution, because everyone uses soaps, even in the very poor communities.”
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Score: 1176064.1 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...azine/august-2013/africa-wired
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Kiribati is one of the countries most affected by sea level rise.   An ordinary act with extraordinary results When it comes to day-to-day, potentially lifesaving skills, handwashing is an ordinary act with extraordinary results. Handwashing with soap – especially before preparing food and after using the toilet – is among the most effective and inexpensive ways to prevent diahrroeal diseases and pneumonia, which together are responsible for the deaths of more than 3.5 million children under five every year globally.
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Score: 1167557.6 - https://www.unicef.org/eap/stories/world-water-day-2019
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