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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Colgate Palmolive and UNICEF distribute 250,000 soap bars to help stop the spread of COVID-19 10 December 2020 Noreen Chambers Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School children show off the bar soaps donated to their school. PORT MORESBY, 10 DECEMBER 2020 – UNICEF is facilitating the distribution of 250,000 bars of soap to 200,000 people including children to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and promote the prevention of infectious diseases by frequently washing hands with soap and water. The 250,000 soap bars for Papua New Guinea are part of 25 million soap bars that Colgate Palmolive produced and donated globally in support of the World Health Organisation’s #SafeHands effort to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
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Score: 1055117.7 - https://www.unicef.org/png/pre...bars-help-stop-spread-covid-19
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From subsidizing raw materials to building local capacity, UNICEF addressed hand hygiene supply shortages in different contexts, tailoring its response to support national markets of soap and hand sanitizers. Making soap more affordable and accessible   Soap is an important, multi-purpose commodity that is easy to produce and distribute. As COVID-19 escalated into a pandemic, UNICEF began looking for ways to scale up local soap production in different countries.    To rapidly increase access to and affordability of soap in Burundi, UNICEF entered into a partnership with the largest soap manufacturer in the country. (...) Through this partnership, 43 million soap bars at half the price of non-subsidized soap were produced in four months, from June through October 2020.
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Score: 1055047.8 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...e-access-hand-hygiene-supplies
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Mataiasi Tirikula, 14, holds the donated soap and cheerfully smiles away. “This is great! (...) This distribution of soap in Fiji is part of the global Hand Hygiene for All initiative that is now being rolled out across the Pacific Islands. (...) “Let’s use this new soap where it has the steps to guide us today.” “ Wash your hands, wash your hands, wash your hands with soap and water …. rinse it well, rinse it well, rinse it well with water…. ” The children sing away as they wash their hands properly with the guidance of their head boy, Mataiasi.
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Score: 1054986.5 - https://www.unicef.org/pacific...-leads-way-proper-hand-hygiene
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In Brazil, inserting environmental issues into soap operas had proven successful in raising public interest. (...) In Brazil, one successful method was inserting environmental issues into soap operas. Another was having environmental campaigns. (...) They touched the lives of ordinary human beings. Mr. HIRSCH agreed, but pointed out that the difficulty was relating those stories to what was going on in the Johannesburg Summit and how to include the huge number of issues under discussion.
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Score: 1054227.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/press...e-development-addressed-during
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With the ASN.1 standards ● Optimizes size, serialization and parsing ● Integrate into XML “system” or “stack” without bifurcation of applications ● Binary documents replace XML documents Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems XML Information Set and Fast Infoset Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems XML Information Set ● Specifies the result of parsing an XML document ● Consists of “glossary” of terms for talking about the result – Information items and properties ● XML Schema and SOAP 1.2 are based on the Information Set ● Simple data model for XML Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems XML document XML Information Set parsing and serializing XML infoset Serialize Parse Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Fast infoset document Fast Infoset Set parsing and serializing XML infoset Serialize Parse Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Round tripping XML infoset XML document Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Fast infoset document Round tripping XML infoset XML document Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Fast infoset document Round tripping XML infoset XML document Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Integration SAX/StAX/DOM XML document Fast infoset document Application Infoset layer Encoding Application layer Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Fast Infoset features ● Retains self-description or self- structuring property of XML ● Compaction using tokenization ● Vocabularies ● Restricted Alphabets ● Encoding algorithms ● XTech 2005 paper will go into more details Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Fast Infoset optimization ● Serialization speed comparable to XML ● SAX parsing speed 3x to 5x faster than Apache Xerces XML parser ● Fast infoset documents 30% to 70% smaller than XML documents ● See http://fi.dev.java.net for detailed results Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Fast Infoset adoption ● Adopted by Web3D organization – Part 3: Binary Encoding: ISO/IEC 19776, Extensible 3D (X3D) encodings ● Open source implementation at http://fi.dev.java.net – Join the project and contribute! (...) PER) Application Binding layer Encoding Application layer Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems X.694 features ● Does not retain self-description or self- structuring property of XML – Creator and processor require same schema to interoperate ● 100% XML Schema support ● Compact documents that are fast to serialize and parse Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems X.694 optimization ● Round trip encoding/decoding of PER encoded documents 4x to 10x faster than serializing/parsing XML documents ● PER encoded documents 80% smaller than XML documents ● For small XML documents equivalent PER documents can be smaller than GZIPed XML Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems X.694 adoption ● Fundamental part of Fast Web Services ● OSS Nokalva has implementation – OSS XML Schema Tools Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Web services and Fast Web Services Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Stub/Tie Web services WSDL XML SOAP message Discover Compile Parse request Serialize Response Application Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Stub/Tie Fast Web Services WSDL XML SOAP message Discover Compile Application Fast infoset SOAP message ASN.1 SOAP message Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems ASN.1 SOAP messages ● Binary representation of SOAP 1.2 message infoset ● Use X.694 and PER for the content of SOAP messages ● SOAP processing model extended to process ASN.1 SOAP messages Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Extended SOAP processing model Conceptual processing ASN.1 SOAP message (PER) SOAP message infoset ASN.1 SOAP message value Decode Generate Process SOAP message infoset ASN.1 SOAP message value ASN.1 SOAP message (PER) Produce Generate Encode Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Fast Web Services features ● Supports WS-I conforming WSDL with no modifications ● Annotations to WSDL – Declare Fast Web Services on WSDL port – Declare use of OIDs and ROIDs instead of URIs ● ASN.1 SOAP message content – X.694 encoded PER – Fast infoset documents Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Fast Web Services adoption ● OSS Nokalva will have product in FYQ1 ● Sun integrating Fast Web Services support for Fast Infoset into Java Web Services Developer Pack ● Web Service for Module database – Fast Web Services support for Fast Infoset Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Summary ● Fast Infoset – Self-describing or self-structured messages ● X.694 – Highly compact and efficient non-self-describing messages ● Fast Web Services – SOAP message infosets as fast infoset documents – SOAP message infosets as ASN.1 SOAP messages Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems And in the future... ● Fast Infoset and with X.694?
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Score: 1052112 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../15/02/T15020000120001PDFE.pdf
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With the ASN.1 standards ● Optimizes size, serialization and parsing ● Integrate into XML “system” or “stack” without bifurcation of applications ● Binary documents replace XML documents Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems XML Information Set and Fast Infoset Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems XML Information Set ● Specifies the result of parsing an XML document ● Consists of “glossary” of terms for talking about the result – Information items and properties ● XML Schema and SOAP 1.2 are based on the Information Set ● Simple data model for XML Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems XML document XML Information Set parsing and serializing XML infoset Serialize Parse Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Fast infoset document Fast Infoset Set parsing and serializing XML infoset Serialize Parse Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Round tripping XML infoset XML document Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Fast infoset document Round tripping XML infoset XML document Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Fast infoset document Round tripping XML infoset XML document Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Integration SAX/StAX/DOM XML document Fast infoset document Application Infoset layer Encoding Application layer Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Fast Infoset features ● Retains self-description or self- structuring property of XML ● Compaction using tokenization ● Vocabularies ● Restricted Alphabets ● Encoding algorithms ● XTech 2005 paper will go into more details Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Fast Infoset optimization ● Serialization speed comparable to XML ● SAX parsing speed 3x to 5x faster than Apache Xerces XML parser ● Fast infoset documents 30% to 70% smaller than XML documents ● See http://fi.dev.java.net for detailed results Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Fast Infoset adoption ● Adopted by Web3D organization – Part 3: Binary Encoding: ISO/IEC 19776, Extensible 3D (X3D) encodings ● Open source implementation at http://fi.dev.java.net – Join the project and contribute! (...) PER) Application Binding layer Encoding Application layer Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems X.694 features ● Does not retain self-description or self- structuring property of XML – Creator and processor require same schema to interoperate ● 100% XML Schema support ● Compact documents that are fast to serialize and parse Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems X.694 optimization ● Round trip encoding/decoding of PER encoded documents 4x to 10x faster than serializing/parsing XML documents ● PER encoded documents 80% smaller than XML documents ● For small XML documents equivalent PER documents can be smaller than GZIPed XML Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems X.694 adoption ● Fundamental part of Fast Web Services ● OSS Nokalva has implementation – OSS XML Schema Tools Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Web services and Fast Web Services Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Stub/Tie Web services WSDL XML SOAP message Discover Compile Parse request Serialize Response Application Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Stub/Tie Fast Web Services WSDL XML SOAP message Discover Compile Application Fast infoset SOAP message ASN.1 SOAP message Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems ASN.1 SOAP messages ● Binary representation of SOAP 1.2 message infoset ● Use X.694 and PER for the content of SOAP messages ● SOAP processing model extended to process ASN.1 SOAP messages Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Extended SOAP processing model Conceptual processing ASN.1 SOAP message (PER) SOAP message infoset ASN.1 SOAP message value Decode Generate Process SOAP message infoset ASN.1 SOAP message value ASN.1 SOAP message (PER) Produce Generate Encode Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Fast Web Services features ● Supports WS-I conforming WSDL with no modifications ● Annotations to WSDL – Declare Fast Web Services on WSDL port – Declare use of OIDs and ROIDs instead of URIs ● ASN.1 SOAP message content – X.694 encoded PER – Fast infoset documents Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Fast Web Services adoption ● OSS Nokalva will have product in FYQ1 ● Sun integrating Fast Web Services support for Fast Infoset into Java Web Services Developer Pack ● Web Service for Module database – Fast Web Services support for Fast Infoset Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems Summary ● Fast Infoset – Self-describing or self-structured messages ● X.694 – Highly compact and efficient non-self-describing messages ● Fast Web Services – SOAP message infosets as fast infoset documents – SOAP message infosets as ASN.1 SOAP messages Paul.Sandoz@Sun.Com Sun Microsystems And in the future... ● Fast Infoset and with X.694?
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Score: 1052112 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/stud...tutorial_2005_03_30_sandoz.pdf
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Amid COVID19 pandemic, UNICEF has supplied more than 84 tons of soap to most vulnerable families like Khatera.  This enabled families to practice proper handwashing with soap for at least 20 seconds. For Khatera, receiving 12 bars of soap has made all the difference. “I don’t have to worry about buying soap for the time being,” says Khatera with a thrill. (...) Yet, these people cannot afford to buy it as poverty strikes them, forcing them to choose between food and soap.  “I need food for my kids, but also soap and detergent, “says Khatera. 
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Score: 1051652.4 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/st...ghting-covid-19-soap-gem-herat
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page For every child, clean hands Washing your hands with soap and clean running water keeps them free from germs UNICEF Uganda/2021 The simple habit of handwashing with soap protects children from hygiene related diseases like diarrhea, cholera, among others. (...) Why is handwashing with soap and water important? Washing hands with soap and clean running water kills and removes germs, leaving the hands clean. (...) Washing your hands with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand sanitiser kills viruses, inluding Coronavirus (COVID-19) that may be on your hands.
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Score: 1049513.2 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/every-child-clean-hands
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INTRODUCTION For many years, WASH sector professionals have been working hard to promote hygiene and particularly handwashing with soap as handwashing with soap and water is found to be the most cost-effective intervention to break the spread of disease. (...) For COVID-19 prevention, handwashing with soap is considered to be the most effective barrier. (...) Phase 1: Central Message (2-3 months till zero case observed): COVID-19 kills and hand washing with soap saves lives. Phase 2: Central Message (3-6 months): COVID-19 is real, handwashing with soap can prevent it.
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Score: 1049240.2 - https://www.unicef.org/eap/med...20epidemics%20and%20beyond.pdf
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In 2009, the Kenya National Strategic Plan for Handwashing with Soap set a goal of increasing handwashing with soap at critical times, such as after toileting or before eating, from 5% to 30% by 2011. (...) The most commonly reported barrier was lack of soap in the home (37%) and inability to find the soap (18%). (...) Without access to soap and water, handwashing with soap is not possible.
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Score: 1048605.4 - https://www.unicef.org/esa/sit...Kenya-2015-WASH-Field-SOPO.pdf
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