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In terms of industrial production, if products are designed so that they can be reused, repaired or remanufactured, the amount of resources needed would be greatly reduced. (...) The service provider or manufacturer will take care of maintenance and repairs because it’s in their interest to keep that item in circulation. (...) The related capabilities, e.g. for repair or recycling, are often wider spread, and having products repaired and reusing them are more socially acceptable.
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Score: 926309.6 - https://www.unido.org/stories/...rcular-economy-question-design
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WHO, with implementing partner Muslim Youth Religious Organization, Inc. (MYROI) repaired six health facilities affected by the conflict – the barangay health stations in Tuca, Marawi and Pawak, Saguiaran, as well as the municipal health centres in Bubong, Ditsaan-Ramain, Marantao and Piagapo. (...) Photo: WHO/F. Tanggol The repairs included installation of piped-in water supply to improve water, sanitation and hygiene in the health facilities. (...) “On behalf of the city health office of Marawi and the people of Barangay Tuca and neighbouring barangays, we would like to thank WHO because the repairs have been a huge help,” said Jaida. A health worker washes his hand in the newly-repaired barangay health station in Barangay Tuca, Marawi City.
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Score: 926226.5 - https://www.who.int/philippine...eeds-after-the-marawi-conflict
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And although the building stock is relatively recent, with half the buildings dating from 1945 to 1970, its general quality is low and deteriorating because of a lack of repair. The quality of rural homes is particularly poor. (...) There is a need to challenge the mind-set of the new private owner-occupiers, many of whom still feel that it is up to the government to repair and maintain their homes. However, the new owners must be made to understand that they themselves must work to improve their situation. (...) This work should be continued in consultation with the numerous organizations that actually build, finance, sell, let, manage, repair or maintain homes in Romania.
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Score: 921323.8 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2002/02env02e.htm
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National indicators for the treatment of obstetric fistula, 2013 Indicator (number of) Included in national HMIS Bangladesh Guinea Mali Niger Nigeria Uganda Screening and treatment Women referred for fistula No No No No Yes No Women presenting with incontinence No No Yes No Yes No Women referred for incontinence No No Yes No No No Fistula cases diagnosed No Yesa Yes Yesb No Yes Women receiving a fistula repair No No No Yes Yes Yes Fistulas repaired Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Women treated by catheter for fistula No No No Yes No No Cases of vesicovaginal fistula No No No Yes No No Cases of rectovaginal fistula No No No Yes No No New cases of fistula No No No Yes Yes No Women receiving a second repair No No No No Yes No Women discharged No No No No Yes No Fistulas closed and dry Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Women receiving repair who were discharged as “not closed” Yes No No No No Yesc Women receiving repair who remained incontinent at discharge Yes No No Yes No No Capacity to treat Staff capable of fistula surgery No No Yes No No No Staff capable of clinically diagnosing fistula No No Yes No No No Reintegration Women benefitting from a social reintegration programme No No No Yes No No HMIS: Health Management Information System. a Number of women with fistula registered. b Number of women needing fistula repair. c Number of women receiving repair who were discharged “not closed” or “closed with some remaining incontinence”. (...) Continuous surveillance of women seeking care is necessary to track the met need for surgical repair at subregional, regional and national levels. (...) Profiles and experiences of women undergoing genital fistula repair: findings from five countries. Glob Public Health. 2013;8(8):926–42. doi: http://dx.doi.org/1 0.1080/17441692.2013.824018 PMID: 23947903 7.
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Score: 920338.7 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/93/1/14-141473.pdf
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Abbas Balkh (right), 31, an Afghan refugee, and Danial Hosseini (left), 25, an Iranian, work on a car in their auto-repair shop in Shiraz, Iran. © UNHCR/Hossein Eidizadeh By Farha Bhoyroo in Shiraz, Iran  |  31 May 2021   |   Español   |   Français Spare parts clutter every corner of the auto-repair shop in the bustling centre of Shiraz, in the Islamic Republic of Iran’s southern Fars province, where Abbas Balkhi leans under the hood of a car making careful adjustments until the rev of the engine sounds just right. (...) Today, with the support of UNHCR, the auto-repair shop has expanded and employs 11 mechanics, of whom seven are refugees. (...) Soleiman, 18, is one of seven refugees who work at the repair shop alongside local Iranian mechanics. © UNHCR/Hossein Eidizadeh Abbas Balkhi, 31, is an Afghan refugee who was born in Iran and now co-owns an auto-mobile repair shop in Shiraz, Iran,  © UNHCR/Hossein Eidizadeh Soleiman inspects an engine at the repair-shop where he currently works as an apprentice
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Score: 915253.3 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-au/ne...ghan-refugee-iranian-team.html
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Abbas Balkh (right), 31, an Afghan refugee, and Danial Hosseini (left), 25, an Iranian, work on a car in their auto-repair shop in Shiraz, Iran. © UNHCR/Hossein Eidizadeh By Farha Bhoyroo in Shiraz, Iran  |  31 May 2021   |   Español   |   Français Spare parts clutter every corner of the auto-repair shop in the bustling centre of Shiraz, in the Islamic Republic of Iran’s southern Fars province, where Abbas Balkhi leans under the hood of a car making careful adjustments until the rev of the engine sounds just right. (...) Today, with the support of UNHCR, the auto-repair shop has expanded and employs 11 mechanics, of whom seven are refugees. (...) Soleiman, 18, is one of seven refugees who work at the repair shop alongside local Iranian mechanics. © UNHCR/Hossein Eidizadeh Abbas Balkhi, 31, is an Afghan refugee who was born in Iran and now co-owns an auto-mobile repair shop in Shiraz, Iran,  © UNHCR/Hossein Eidizadeh Soleiman inspects an engine at the repair-shop where he currently works as an apprentice
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Score: 915253.3 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-us/ne.../stories/2021/5/60b4a3674.html
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Computer and related services . computer hardware servicing, repair and maintenance (NS) C. Real estate services . renting or leasing services involving own or leased residential property (CN) . trade services of residential buildings and associated land (CN) . trade services of vacant and subdivided land (CN) . residential property management services on a fee or contract basis (CN) . residential buildings and associated land sales on a fee or contract basis (CN) D. (...) Other business services . electricity transmission and distribution services (NS) . gas distribution services through mains (NS) . water distribution services through mains (NS) . steam and hot water distribution through mains (NS) . library services (NS) . archive services (NS) . supply of office support personnel services (NS) . supply of domestic help services (NS) . alarm monitoring services (NS) . guard services (NS) . hotel security services (C) . window cleaning services (NS) . general cleaning services (NS) . footwear and leather goods repair services (NS) watches, clocks and jewelry repairs services (NS) . garment and household textile repair services (NS) . furniture and repair services of other goods (NS) . telephone answering services (NS) . duplicating services (NS) . convention services (C) . trade fair and exhibition organization services (CN) . other support services. proof reading, secretarial services, business brokerage , specialist advise services, etc. (NS) . gardening and landscaping services (NS) . animal husbandry services: accommodation, grooming and tattooing services for pets (CN) . installation services of radio, television and communications equipment (NS) . maintenance and repair services of office and accounting machinery (NS) . maintenance and repair services of motor vehicles (CN) . maintenance and repair services of motorcycles and snowmobiles (CN) . maintenance and repair services of trailers, semi-trailers and other motor vehicles (C) . maintenance and repair services of other transport equipment: vessel (C), aircraft (C) and other transport and equipment maintenance and repair services(CN) . repair services of electrical household appliances (NS) . repair services of telecommunications equipment (NS) . maintenance and repair services of other machinery and equipment: mining and manufacturing equipment, elevators, escalators and lifts, garden tractors and mowers(CN) . coin-operated laundry services (NC) . dry-cleaning services (NC) . other textile cleaning services (NC) . pressing services (NC) . hairdressing and barbers’ services (NC) . cosmetic treatment, manicuring and pedicuring services (NC) . physical well-being services: fitness centre, sauna/steam bath, massage, spa and other physical well-being services (CN) . other beauty treatment services: personal hygiene, body care, depilation, treatment with ultraviolet rays and infra-red rays and other hygiene services (NS) . cemeteries and cremation services (NS) . undertaking services(NS) . repatriation services (C) . religious services (NS) child day-care services (NS) . escort services (CN) portrait photography services (NS) . passport/visa photo services (C) . photography processing services (CN) . translation and interpretation services (CN) .. red cap luggage services (C) . parking attendant services (CN) . doorman services (C) . shoe shine services and other miscellaneous services(CN) other miscellaneous services (marriage agencies, graphologic and genealogic research services, tattooist services, etc.)
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Score: 911135.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/serv_e/w127.doc
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Interpretation   7 day bladder catheterisation after repair of simple fistula is non‐inferior to 14 day  catheterisation and could be used for management of women after repair of simple fistula with  no evidence of a significantly increased risk of repair breakdown, urinary retention, or residual  incontinence up to 3 months after surgery.       (...) Outcome of obstetric fistula repair after 10‐day versus 14‐day  Foley catheterization.  (...) Implementation of these findings into  clinical practice could reduce discomfort for women after fistula repair, reduce costs of  services, and allow for more women to have their fistulas repaired than at present.     
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Score: 910859.8 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...al_perinatal/Fistula-study.pdf
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The GATS covers explicitly three air transport subsectors: computer reservation system (CRS) services, selling and marketing of air transport services, and aircraft repair and maintenance. Access opportunities in these subsectors have changed significantly in recent years. (...) Airlines' direct selling and marketing services have also evolved, with the Internet increasingly becoming the main distribution channel. Repair and maintenance services have been progressively outsourced to other airlines, equipment manufacturers or independent operators. (...) Extensive commitments were sought in five subsectors (aircraft repair and maintenance, selling and marketing, computer reservation services, as well as ground handling services and airport operation services).
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Score: 908869.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ransport_e/transport_air_e.htm
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The GATS covers explicitly three air transport subsectors: computer reservation system (CRS) services, selling and marketing of air transport services, and aircraft repair and maintenance. Access opportunities in these subsectors have changed significantly in recent years. (...) Airlines' direct selling and marketing services have also evolved, with the Internet increasingly becoming the main distribution channel. Repair and maintenance services have been progressively outsourced to other airlines, equipment manufacturers or independent operators. (...) Extensive commitments were sought in five subsectors (aircraft repair and maintenance, selling and marketing, computer reservation services, as well as ground handling services and airport operation services).
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Score: 908869.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/Tr...ransport_e/transport_air_e.htm
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