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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: 1114959.4 - https://www.un.org/en/academic...th-leadership-water-governance
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INFORMATION FROM NON-SELF-GOVERNING TERRITORIES : SUMMARY AND ANALYSIS OF INFORMATION TRANSMITTED UNDER ARTICLE 73 E OF THE CHARTER : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
A/2408 English Page 6 Number of Industrial Undertakings Type of industry Foodstuffs Butter-dairies Breweries and lemonade factories Rice mills Palm kernels processing works Fish salteries Flour mills Miscellaneous Metallurgical Processing and refining of minerals Metal packaging Chemicals Soap factories, factories producing explosives Varnish and miscellaneous products Textiles Cotton ginneries Clothins factories Textile mills 192 31 112 "436 198 73 20 5 3 99 13 83 9~ 3 227 36 120 . 520 206 77 32 5 9 71 14 ... 42 4 Principal Industrial iroducts Unit 1950 1951 Cement Tons 166,000 240,000 Fi bro-cement II 14,200 . 290,000 Metal drums Units 900,000 850,000 Paints and varnishes Tons 800 700 Textiles Metres 30,000,000 40,000,000 Clothing Units 4,500,000 ••• Bedding Units 800,000 950,000 Bags Units 3,000,000 2,700,000 Shoes Pairs ••• 625,000 Su Gar Tons 13,000 14,ooo Beer Hectolitres320,ooo 460,000 Soap Tons 13,000 15,500 Bottles Units 10,000,000 4,750,000 Pl;ywood Sq.metres 6,500 10,000 1952 250,000 2,750,000 940,000 890 45,000,000 3.650,000 1,150,000 3,800,000 825,000 14,300 478,500 14,500 15,000,000 ... (...) N\Jmber of conv:l.ctfons Principal categories 1':on-Indi13enous cf offences 1950 .~95.l 19,g Assa2sj_,1.., tion and murder ( ir:,cluc1..mg attempts) Wilfr,l assault and battery Accidental homicide or wounding Attempts against personal f:r·eec.1om ( violation of domicile, arbitrary detention) Theft and extortion Other offences 1 184 58 38 19 173 3 183 113 13 13 1.80 Public Heal th 136 23 4o 214 Ex-penditure on Health ( Iii.n1n1:foiw·ar fraru!-s) Ordinary expenditure Extraordinary expenditure Expenditure on public hygiene incurred by the towns of Leopoldville, Elisabethville and Jadotville Subsidies from the Native Helfare Fund 1950 4-59. 7 896,2 22.1 184.1 Iudigenous 1950 1951 1952 350 4,967 500 366 9,952 11,740 1951 561.4 896.2 49,3 115.1 322 6 ,51+9 925 454 14,126 13,644 12.i2 667.9 896.2 50.4 149.4 290 6,748 . 811 486 14,726 15,652 J:../~! (...) Syphilis 95,770 87,134 Leprosy 10,000 102,510 'l'u.berculosis 7,800 9,065 Bilharziasis 9,000 16,684 Ar.ioebic dysentery 8,551~ 9,765 Vitarnin deficiencies 9,725 24,606 A/2408 English Pege 14 Ordinary expenditure Extraordinary e::pendit.ure . ( construction) EDUCATICIIAL" COUDITIONS Expenditure on education (in millions of· francs) 1950 191.78 608.9 for the 1951 201.9 years 1950, Credits from the Native Welfare Fund for school buildings 59.8 42.l Indigenous Non-indigenous Percentage of illiterat.£.§_ (estimated): 63% Nu.'
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Score: 1105530.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc....nsf/get?open&DS=A/2408&Lang=E
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SUMMARY OF INFORMATION TRASMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF BELGIUM
Metals Smelters and foundries Metal containers Textiles Cotton ginneries Clothing factories Textile mills Chemicals Explosives Chemical products Varnish and paints Soap factories ~/ Provisional figures. 1951 227 36 120 520 206 77 518 17 11 85 42 4 3 10 4 69 1952 227 43 132 465 209 124 602 17 13 2 14 4 66 1952 243 227 45 132 465 296 105 • • • • • • • • • • • • 42 4 2 14 5 66 A/2652 English Page 8 Belgium: Belgian Congo Ntunber of Industrial Undertakings ( cont 1 d,) 1951 1952 1953a/ Other industries Cement plants 2 2 3 Lime kilns 57 65 65 Rubber 80 81 81 Pyrethrum 6 4 4 Shipyards 21 19 19 a/ Provisional figures. (...) Bedding Units 1,117,000 1,250,000 1_,250,000 Bags Units 3,884,000 3,4oo,ooo 3.,500,000 Shoes Pairs 824,183 1,027,060 1,020,000 Sugar Tons 14,165 15,413 15,000 Beer Hecto1itres 478,501 646,203 650,000 Soap Tons 14,706 14,976 15,000 a/ Provisional figures, Transport and Communications tJ:j CD I-' (JQ 1-'· ~ s tJ:j CD I-' OQ Traffic 1-'· p) :::s Length of network Passenger Traffic (Passenger-kilometres) (kilometres) 1950 1951 1952 lG')O v- . l95J- 1952 Roads 114_,355 117,436 -119,891 ••• • • • 17_,235 Railways Inland waterways Air Sea (Import-Export) Ports Matadi Boma Communications Posta 1 services (offices) 4_,634 4,634 11,877 11_,877 25_,000 1950 885,361 120,787 1950 168 ••• Telephone (areas served) 25 Telegraph. (...) y arrest) 13 23 11 Theft and extortion 13 4o 62 Other· offences 180 214 242 Public Health Public Health Expenditure I Ordinary expenditure Extraordinary expenditure Expenditure on public hygiene incurred by the to-vms of Leopoldville, Elisabethville and Jadotville Subsidies from the Native Welfare Fund a/ For the period 1950-1951-1952.
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Score: 1105530.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc....nsf/get?open&DS=A/2652&Lang=E
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X.691 | ISO/IEC 8825-2) for SOAP nodes: a) The body of an ASN.1 SOAP message is explicitly separated from the encoding of the fault of an ASN.1 SOAP message. (...) SOAP intermediaries processing ASN.1 SOAP messages may easily identify ASN.1 SOAP header blocks for processing (including decoding) while skipping (and copying) other SOAP header blocks (destined for other SOAP intermediaries or the SOAP ultimate receiver) and the SOAP body. (...) C.2.1.3 If the initial SOAP sender uses the SOAP Request-Response Message Exchange Pattern (see W3C SOAP Part 2, 6.2), then the SOAP sender (see W3C SOAP Part 1, 1.5.3) will wait for a response and change roles to become an ultimate SOAP receiver (see W3C SOAP Part 1, 1.5.3).
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Score: 1097214.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/asn1/Documents/tutorial-fws.pdf
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xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?> <soap-env:Envelope xmlns:soap-env="http://www.w3.org/2003/05/soap-envelope" xmlns:core="http://www.scte.org/schemas/130-2/2008a/core" xmlns:trans="http://www.scte.org/schemas/130-7/2008/trans"> <soap-env:Header/> <soap-env:Body> <soap-env:Fault> <soap-env:Code> <soap-env:Value>soap-env:Sendersoap-env:Value> soap-env:Code> <soap-env:Reason> <soap-env:Text xml:lang="en">Failed to parse message soap-env:Text> soap-env:Reason> <soap-env:Detail> Parse error. (...) [CDATA[]]> soap-env:Detail> soap-env:Fault> soap-env:Body> soap-env:Envelope>
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Score: 1088487.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...80.7/2011/j380.7-Example6.html
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Boys break menstrual bounds Menstrual health and hygiene James Chavula UNICEF Malawi/2022/HD Plus 25 May 2022 Acted Nowa is not your ordinary Malawian child. The 12-year-old Standard Seven boy freely talks about menstrual health, urging his fellow learners at Mfera Primary School in Chikwawa District to stop taunting girls when they are menstruating. (...) The support encouraged the mother group and their communities to construct changing rooms equipped with water buckets and soap. They also provided reusable sanitary pads for the benefit of girls likely to be left behind in the global push for lifelong learning.
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Score: 1083679.5 - https://www.unicef.org/malawi/...es/boys-break-menstrual-bounds
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PETITION FROM MR. ANDRE SOUP KOUAM CONCERNING THE CAMEROONS UNDER FRENCH ADMINISTRATION
T/PET. 5/1105 English Page 2 So chairs, 6 tables, 4 cupboards Cash 5 plank beds and bedding 5 ·vrater buckets, 3 bowls, 40 plates 2 paraffin lamps, 5 dozen spoons, 6 tablecloths 6 aprons, 3 alarm clocks, l vrrist 1vatch l typewriter, 3 bottles of ink, 20 fountain pens 20 ordinary pencils, a paclcet of pens, 10 penholders 20 gabardine jackets, 24 pairs of shorts, 6 hats 12 pairs of shoes, 6 rairs of sandals, 6 berets 16 undergarments, 20 shirts, 6 pairs of glasses 16 ties, 12 tov1els, 12 bars of soap Second house: 2 plank beds and bedding l table, 10 chairs, 4 armchairs, l combination chair-desk 2 cupboards containinf~: cash 6 undergarmets, 10 shirts, 8 pairs of shorts 6 pairs of trousers, 3 rairs of shoes, 3 pairs of gym shoes 6 nairs of stockings, 4 pairs of underpants, 4 belts, 4 jackets 2 suits, 3 pullovers, 3 ties, one wrist ·Hatch, one household medicine chest, 5 hats l helmet, 2 berets, l tropical helmet, l cap l coffee mill, l coffee huller, 20 kg of fat ~0 tethered c;oats, Go chickens,) ducks, 100 packets of cola 20 bo.c;s of maize, 3 bo.r;e of c;round-nuts, 2 bo.c;s OJ~ beans G bac;s of poto.toes, 20 native slo.b-cakcs 2 :1. vory orno.mcnts, 10 lo.r13e no.ti vc loin-cloths Francs 250,000 Boo,ooo 25,000 6,000 15,000 s,ooo 22,000 550 37,000 24,000 7,6oo 2,8oo 21,000 23, coo. 4oo,coo 4,000 12,000 ll,2CO 220,400 1,500 6o,ooo 175,000 55,000 28,000 90,000 -- 2,402,050 ; ...
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Score: 1082937.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=T/PET.5/1105&Lang=E
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The ASN.1 approach allows for choice of either tools or hand crafting to develop SOAP processors. Optimized features Page Content 3 ​The ASN.1 Schema for SOAP provides a number of optimized features (beyond compaction and efficient processing offered by the use of ASN.1 and the Packed Encoding Rules) for SOAP nodes: The ASN.1 SOAP body is explicitly separated from the ASN.1 SOAP fault. (...) Efficient processing for SOAP intermediaries Page Content 5 ​SOAP intermediaries by their definition have the potential to process many more SOAP messages than initial SOAP senders and ultimate SOAP receivers. SOAP intermediaries processing ASN.1 SOAP messages may easily identify ASN.1 SOAP header blocks for processing (including decoding) while skipping (and copying) other SOAP header blocks (destined for other SOAP intermediaries or the SOAP ultimate receiver) and the SOAP body since they will managed as a (length prefixed) sequence of octets.
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Score: 1082899.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/a...ages-of-Fast-Web-Services.aspx
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RESEARCH INTO THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY AND FERTILIZERS IN WEST AFRICA : THE FORMULATION OF DATA IN REGARDS TO PLANNING : ANNEX I: THE SITUATION IN THE INDIVIDUAL COUNTRIES
The first is that conce~ with l'aw matE:rials, and comprises abattoirs, processing of cotton and tin ores in Northern Higeria; rice hulling, soap and palm oil production in Eastern Nigeria; and natural rubber enterprises and sawmills in western and South ~lestern Nigeria. (...) §....§£ There are twelve concerDs manufacturing soap. Most of them are in Eastern Nigeria (four at Aba, two at Uyo, one at Umahia-Ikebu and one at Ikot-Ekpene). (...) The largest factories (Aha, Apapa and Kano) produce about 40,000 tons of' common soap·~d a large'quantity of toilet soap. These factories received the sum of $400,000 in 1962 for the promotion of exports of glycerine.
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Score: 1082401.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=E/CN.14/INR/109/ADD.1&Lang=E
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INFORMATION FROM NON-SELF-GOVERNING TERRITORIES: SUMMARY AND ANALYSIS OF INFORMATION TRANSMITTED UNDER ARTICLE 73E OF THE CHARTER. REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL. SUMMARY OF INFORMATION TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF FRANCE (SUPPLEMENTARY STATISTICS.)
NtUnber · · Production (in .tons per d~y,) ' <Soap factories t Number .1 l 6 . lS. 1 A/1827 Page 5 France: Cornaro Archipelago . 1949 to!' (...) The · livestock 40 ,;000 .. population was decim~ted by the eye lone. 1949 '19)0 ·l ~ 1 10 ·1 1 6 ·.18 . 1 /Labour . :1· · l .6 . -: ; .. { . ' ' };./ ; 1 ; l/ A new soap factory approaching completion at Anjouan .was destroyed by the cyclone. (...) Charcoal (J?e:!:' sack of It-o Soap (per kg,) Cost of living :!ndex for . ~1._!'
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Score: 1082213.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc....nsf/get?open&DS=A/1827&Lang=E
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