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“WHO has been supplying chlorine tablets to treat drinking water and materials including soap and towels to improve hygiene, which reduces the risk of disease,” says Payden, WHO’s Regional Advisor for Water, Sanitation and Health. (...) “No camps have reported an increase in disease that is out of the ordinary. There is no evidence of an outbreak at this point,” according to Dr Patrick Duigan, Program Manager at the International Organization of Migration (IOM), which is responsible for establishing and maintaining appropriate makeshift accommodation for the displaced.
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Score: 1146553.3 - https://www.who.int/southeasta...to-prevent-diarrhoeal-diseases
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“WHO has been supplying chlorine tablets to treat drinking water and materials including soap and towels to improve hygiene, which reduces the risk of disease,” says Payden, WHO’s Regional Advisor for Water, Sanitation and Health. (...) “No camps have reported an increase in disease that is out of the ordinary. There is no evidence of an outbreak at this point,” according to Dr Patrick Duigan, Program Manager at the International Organization of Migration (IOM), which is responsible for establishing and maintaining appropriate makeshift accommodation for the displaced.
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Score: 1146553.3 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...to-prevent-diarrhoeal-diseases
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INDUSTRIAL STATISTICS : LIST OF SELECTED INDUSTRIAL COMMODITIES : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
E/CN.3/3ffi English Annex I Page 7 LIST OF INDUSTRIAL COMMODITIES Code Commodity Unit RUBBER, CHEMICAL, PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS (continued) 313-02 313-03 Cellulose paints, varnishes and lacquers ••••• metric tons Other paints, enamels, pigments and extenders; 319-01 319-02 319-03 varnishes, lacquers and stains other than cellulose; ships 1 bottom compositions Soap ••• Washing powder and detergents Matches 319-04 Glycerine 319-05 Carbon black • • 319-06 Printer's ink 319-07 Insecticides, fungicides, disinfectants, etc. 321-01 Motor spirit (including aviation spirit) • 321-02 321-03 Kerosene • Jet fuel • 321-04 Distillate fuel oils • • 321-05 Residual fuel oils • 321-o6 Lubricating oils • • 321-07 Liquefied petroleum gas 329-01 329-02 329-03 329-04 Patent fuel Brown-coal briquettes Coke-oven coke Gas coke • • • • 329-05 Petroleum coke 329-06 Bitumen (asphalt) 329-07 Gas produced by cokeries • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . metric tons . . metric tons metric tons million number . . thousand metric tons . . metric tons . metric tons . . metric tons . . thousand metric tons • • • thousand metric tons . . . thousand metric tons . thousand metric tons . thousand metric tons . thousand metric tons . thousand metric tons . thousand metric tons • • thousand metric tons • • tpousand metric tons • • thousand metric tons • thousand metric tons • • thousand metric tons • million cubic metres NON-METALLIC MINERAL PRODUCTS, EXCEPT PRODUCTS OF PETROLEUM AND COAL 331-01 Building bricks, made of clay 331-02 Roofing tiles, made of clay • thousand cubic metres • • • • • million square metres I ... (...) (SITC 05552, minus preserved vegetables not put in hermetically sealed containers or bottles) 20)-06 Frozen vegetables Vegetables, vhether or not cooked, frozen ordinary refrigeration or by the "quick-freezing" process, (SITC 204-01 Frozen, salted, dried or smoked fish Fish, fish livers and edible roes, frozen, salted, dried or smoked, including those preserved in brine; fish prepared in any other vay (cooked, preserved in oil or vinegar, marinade) and fish products such as fish cakes, fish fingers, etc,, vhich are cooked and then frozen, are excluded, (SITC 0)11, minus fresh or chilled fish; and 0)12) 204-02 Tinned fish Edible fish products packed and heat-processed in h~rmetically sealed containers.
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Score: 1129145.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=E/CN.3/368&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR A LIST OF SELECTED COMMODITIES FOR THE CMPILATION OF PRODUCTION DATA : PREPARED BY THE STATISTICAL OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS
(The" thre§, items ■' .■ together -correspond to 'SITC 53332) ' ■""" ■ : ■3114 :' So'ap1"" Normal soaps: bf .'conimerc-e', including "both-hard and soft TON (000) soaps..- Included arey in particulars household soaps,.' toilet soaps, transparent. goapSj shaving-soaps, medicated .-soaps, -; disinfected soaps;7/ abrasive-soaps5 -rosin and- naphthenate soaps, and industrial soapsn (SITC 5541) Page 23 COMMODITY -.:'■■.■■" UNIT CODE ;Washing powder and detergents - Organic surface-active agents; TON (000) surface-active preparations and washing preparations, whether . or not containing soap. (SITC 5542) . ■ ; ■ . 3115 Nitrogenous fertilizers — N content of nitrogenous fertilizers TON (OOO) and nitrogenous fertilizer materials other than natural ..
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Score: 1116785.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/CN.14/STAT/7&Lang=E
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. • Reflecting the stark reality that three billion people lack a basic hand-washing facility with soap and water at home, ‘Access to safe water and sanitation’ was another critical immediate priority for respondents during the pandemic, across all human development levels. • Many respondents, especially in low and middle income countries, prioritized ‘Global solidarity’ and the need to provide ‘Support to the hardest hit people and communities’, and to ‘Address inequalities that have deepened as a result of COVID-19.’ • Less respondents in Very High Human Development countries viewed ‘Support to the hardest hit places’ as a high priority. (...) In surveys and UN75 dialogues held around the world, participants called on the United Nations for: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Embargoed until 1030 CET / 0430 EST, 8 January 2021 • Moral leadership. • A reformed, more representative and more agile UN Security Council. • A revised Charter that includes today’s most pressing global challenges, like climate change. • Continued management and leadership reforms, including more inclusive hiring practices, more accountability and more transparency. • An inclusive and participatory UN system, with improved understanding of the work of the UN among citizens around the world, and which shows more care for the needs of ordinary people. • Improved implementation, monitoring and evaluation of UN programmes globally, to more effectively solve international problems.
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Score: 1113398.7 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...etogether_executivesummary.pdf
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. • Reflecting the stark reality that three billion people lack a basic hand-washing facility with soap and water at home, ‘Access to safe water and sanitation’ was another critical immediate priority for respondents during the pandemic, across all human development levels. • Many respondents, especially in low and middle income countries, prioritized ‘Global solidarity’ and the need to provide ‘Support to the hardest hit people and communities’, and to ‘Address inequalities that have deepened as a result of COVID-19.’ • Less respondents in Very High Human Development countries viewed ‘Support to the hardest hit places’ as a high priority. (...) In surveys and UN75 dialogues held around the world, participants called on the United Nations for: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Embargoed until 1030 CET / 0430 EST, 8 January 2021 • Moral leadership. • A reformed, more representative and more agile UN Security Council. • A revised Charter that includes today’s most pressing global challenges, like climate change. • Continued management and leadership reforms, including more inclusive hiring practices, more accountability and more transparency. • An inclusive and participatory UN system, with improved understanding of the work of the UN among citizens around the world, and which shows more care for the needs of ordinary people. • Improved implementation, monitoring and evaluation of UN programmes globally, to more effectively solve international problems.
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Score: 1113398.7 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...etogether_executivesummary.pdf
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The Government’s approach and ordinary people’s resolve to slowing the transmission of the virus appears to be working. (...) We are procuring and distributing hygiene items, including soap and jerry cans, and constructing water points in informal settlements.
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Score: 1113398.7 - https://www.unicef.org/kenya/s...face-a-new-child-rights-crisis
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Worldwide, one in three people do not have access to safe drinking water, two out of five people do not have a basic hand-washing facility with soap and water, and more than 673 million people still practice open defecation. (...) A drop of contaminated water is slowly poured into an ordinary filter, which at the bottom contains chemicals such as silica, magnesium carbonate and biochar.
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Score: 1113398.7 - https://www.un.org/en/node/171610
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They have also learned to make candles and soap, created collages and made drawings. UNICEF Armenia/2020/Biayna Mahari “Every child is a fairytale to me. (...) Working with children helps you look at ordinary things from different perspectives. In the beginning, they were quite shy and would hardly talk to each other.
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Score: 1113398.7 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...elps-children-nagorno-karabakh
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Once you set foot on the island, you instantly fall in love - with the white sandy beaches, the fresh air and the bright welcoming smiles from the children and locals living on the island. This could be any ordinary day, and this is how they greet visitors. (...) Water, sanitation and hygiene dignity kits including water containers, buckets, soap, sanitary pads and whistles, amongst other materials are being distributed to families in the most affected areas.
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Score: 1113398.7 - https://www.unicef.org/pacific...er-family-will-always-remember
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