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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Fighting COVID-19: Soap a Gem in Herat --- Narges Ghafary UNICEF Afghanistan/2020 28 April 2020 Herat, Afghanistan, 26 April 2020 – Khatera, a 30-year old mother of three, takes the bar of soap.  (...) 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.
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Score: 1046287.5 - https://www.unicef.org/afghani...ghting-covid-19-soap-gem-herat
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Indeed, Handwashing with Soap is one of the best ways to protect oneself and one’s family against all forms of disease. (...) However, obstacles persist in ensuring access thereto: In Madagascar, only one in four people have a Handwashing Device with Soap according to data from the MICS1 survey [1] in 2018, In addition, more than half of schools do not have clean water, soap and a place to wash hands. (...) In his speech, the Minister reinforced his commitment to improve access to water for all, according to the Velirano 2 of the President of the Republic; to promote good hygiene practices, including handwashing with soap in such a way as to enable 90% of the Malagasy people to get used to washing their hands with clean water and soap by the end of the year 2023; and to allocate a budget for access to water and soap in order to ensure the practice of washing hands with soap and water for the benefit of the Malagasy population.
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Score: 1045323.9 - https://www.unicef.org/madagas...not-always-accessible-everyone
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Score: 1044722.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...wsdl/x782_MOAccessService.html
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This example shows that IEEE11073/IEEE20601 [IEEE 11073-20601] is used for the SL-SL reference point between device and gateway, HL7v2/SOAP/HTTP [SOAP] [IETF RFC 2616] is used for the G-SL, A-SL and gateway-platform SL-SL reference points, and HL7v3/SOAP/HTTP [SOAP] [IETF RFC 2616] is used for the A-SL reference point related to NA. (...) This example shows the usage of SOAP/CoAP [SOAP] for the D-SL and device-M2M platform SL-SL reference points, and SOAP/HTTP [SOAP] [IETF RFC 2616] for the A-SL reference point related to NA.
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Score: 1042550.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../files/basic-html/page755.html
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Cost–Benefit Analysis of Value-Added Tax Exemption for Soap in Madagascar | UNICEF Eastern and Southern Africa Skip to main content Eastern and Southern Africa Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Eastern and Southern Africa EXPLORE UNICEF About UNICEF Evaluation Our mandate Regional Director Where we work Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and Reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Document Cost–Benefit Analysis of Value-Added Tax Exemption for Soap in Madagascar Study report 2021 Home Research and reports Cost–Benefit Analysis of Value-Added Tax Exemption for Soap in Madagascar About This study assesses the cost-effectiveness and costs/benefits of removing VAT on soap in Madagascar focusing on the cost implications, health impact, and value for money of three intervention scenarios involving an elimination of, or a reduction in, the VAT applied to soap. Since the cost of soap is reported to be an important obstacle to practicing handwashing, a value-added tax (VAT) exemption for soap may be a viable policy option to reduce the price of soap and to make it more affordable for households.
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Score: 1042550.6 - https://www.unicef.org/esa/doc...-tax-exemption-soap-madagascar
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. / Photo: UNDP Ainur Toktosunova became interested in soap making as a child when she watched her mother brew soap for the family. Those times, rare people heard about such a craft, they had to look for the right ingredients and adapt the baking molds for making soap. And this year, after applying for a UNDP small-grant and receiving a soap-boiling machine, this family hobby turned into a business. (...) However, the most popular among buyers are products made of natural honey and buckthorn. Milk soap is more often bought for children. “As for the molds, there are a lot of them in my soap maker’s workshop.
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Score: 1041891.6 - https://www.undp.org/kyrgyzsta...es/turning-hobby-business-easy
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Innocent prepares liquid soap at his homestead in Kakuma Refugee Camp, where he has set up a laboratory for soap production. (...) He is also passing on his soap making skills to other refugees and Kenyans with the hope of helping them start their own soap production businesses. (...) Innocent’s products include liquid antiseptic, bleach, baby soap, liquid soap and hair shampoo. Innocent is happy to have his own business which brings income for him and his family “I purchase raw materials from Nairobi, the Kenyan capital.  
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Score: 1041187.1 - https://www.unhcr.org/ke/14369...nya-national-quality-mark.html
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UNICEF/ECU/2020/Arcos Outside the Santa Elena Health Center, nursing graduate Ericka Arguello, 26, gives a demonstration to relatives of patients, including children, of how to do proper handwashing with soap and water. At UNICEF, we work to get all children used to handwashing with soap and water from a young age. (...) UNICEF/ECU/2020/Arcos In the promotional talks, the importance of hand washing with soap and water for at least 30 seconds is demonstrated, getting the soap suds to cover the hands completely and reach the height of the wrists and forearms. (...) Erwin practices correct hand washing with soap and water, which he learned in the promotional talks given by officials at this center.
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Score: 1041077.3 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/en/...cuador-prevent-spread-covid-19
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Score: 1040830.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...2012/wsdl/q818_MOOService.html
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The community realise that using soap when washing hands eliminates all dirt, whereas using water alone only eliminates some of the dirt. (...) Triggering for handwashing with soap has potential to increase both the rates of handwashing facilities built by households as well as the presence of soap by the handwashing facilities. (...) Potential of handwashing with soap triggering: Integrating a combination of the field-tested handwashing triggering tools into the CLTS process has the potential to increase demand for handwashing and the likelihood of communities building facilities for handwashing with soap.
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Score: 1036834.6 - https://www.unicef.org/esa/sit...alawi-2015-WASH-Field-HWWS.pdf
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