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Name of Commodity U.S.$ U.S I, Dental Goods Dental unit complete, special grade 1 set 660.00 700.00 Ditto, A grade ccniplete 1 set 450.00 460.00 Dental pump chair, special grade 1 set 165.00 180.00 Ditto, A grade 1 set 130,00 150;00 Portable iron dental chair complete 1 set 60.00 65.00 Electric dental engine complete 1 set 80.00 90.00 Air compressor, rotary 1 set 110.00 120,00 Ditto, automatic 1 set 160.00 180.00 Electric sterilizer cabinet type 1 net 110400 120,00 Ditto, ordinary type 1 set 25.00 30.00 Dental surgical instrument 1 set 14900 15oOO Deriot handpiece 1 pc. 3.50 4.00 Handpiece No, 7 1 pc. 2,20 2,40 Contra angle 2,30 2.40 Foot engine complete 1 set 21,00 23.00 Tooth forceps, American type 1 pc. 1.10 1.20 Ditto, English style 1 pc. 1.10 1,20 Fountain spittoon stand complete 1 pc. 50.00 60.00 Dental lathe motor complete 1 set 45,00 50,00 Foot lathe complete 1 set 22,00 24,00 II.
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Score: 1180578.6 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91850007.pdf
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“People used to have to go all the way to Batumi for dental services. Now, we can carry out the entire process locally in Khulo,” Dekenadze says. In 2021, Dekenadze’s dental lab took part in the EU and UNDP rural development grant programme. (...) In a remarkable change, instead of Khulo residents travelling to Batumi for dental care, people from Batumi are making the trek to Khulo Municipality to seek out Dekenadze’s quality services and affordable prices.
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Score: 1174839 - https://www.undp.org/georgia/s...ow-say-%E2%80%98teeth%E2%80%99
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Intensive efforts to end child labour in seasonal hazelnut harvesting continue with hygiene training and dental health check for children in social support centres. (...) Clean Toilet and hygiene training takes place for 560 students in social support centres in Uzunisa, Efirli, Fatsa and Ünye in collaboration with OPET’s 2  “Clean Toilet Campaign” Dental Health Check A mobile dental health-scanning car provided by Public Health Centre of Ministry of Health to check up dental health of students in social support centre where project takes place.
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Score: 1174839 - https://www.ilo.org/ankara/WCMS_392963/lang--en/index.htm
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Intensive efforts to end child labour in seasonal hazelnut harvesting continue with hygiene training and dental health check for children in social support centres. (...) Clean Toilet and hygiene training takes place for 560 students in social support centres in Uzunisa, Efirli, Fatsa and Ünye in collaboration with OPET’s 2  “Clean Toilet Campaign” Dental Health Check A mobile dental health-scanning car provided by Public Health Centre of Ministry of Health to check up dental health of students in social support centre where project takes place.
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Score: 1174839 - http://www.ilo.org/ankara/WCMS_392963/lang--en/index.htm
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PROPUESTAS • Diseñar una política de salud oral integral, con enfoque preventivo, atención de urgencia y tratamientos dentales. • Generar un programa comunitario con enfoque anticipatorio en la prevención y promoción especifica. • Que el Examen de Medicina Preventiva del Adulto Mayor, EMPAM, incorpore el examen dental, tanto en el sector público, como privado, con enfoque interdisciplinario. (...) Igualmente, revisar el tema de la atención dental a través de FONASA para la opción dental de las personas mayores. • Convenio con las Universidades Estatales y Privadas, para incluir el tema en los programas de enseñanza del pregrado: Odontogeriatría y formación de especialistas. • Incorporar en las Ayudas Técnicas de los Programas de Salud, los implementos necesarios para la Salud Oral de las personas mayores. (cepillos, pastas dentales, adhesivo prótesis, etc). • Alimentación saludable.
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Score: 1172844.1 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de..._salud_bucal_cristinatapia.pdf
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Environment Canada estimates that more than one-third of the mercury load in sewage systems is due to dental practice. Dental amalgam is the most commonly used dental filling material. (...) Together, mercury contained in dental amalgam and in laboratory and medical devices, account for about 53% of the total mercury emissions. (...) Many countries, such as Armenia, Cameroon, Ghana, Honduras, Pakistan, and Peru, recognize the contributions from hospital thermometers, dental amalgams, hospital waste and/or medical waste incinerators but lack quantitative data.
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Score: 1164088.3 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...ums/forum5/mercurypolpaper.pdf
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In addition, during the past summer students attended internships at local non-governmental organizations working with patients in vulnerable communities, and students in the School of Dentistry offered dental checkups to children in orphanages. In 2019 students were also active in a wide range of projects, participating in 16 medical convoys in underprivileged areas where they shadowed doctors and provided basic information on important health issues. (...) In April 2019, the School of Dentistry at NGU opened the first of its dental clinics. The state-of-the-art facility comprises 52 dental chairs and will allow undergraduates to provide supervised dental care of adults requiring restorative dentistry and/or oral surgery. In addition, the clinic will soon provide dental care to children. NGU offers an extensive and modern educational experience in medical sciences with the focus of achieving Goal 3 at the community level.
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Score: 1162184.7 - https://www.un.org/en/node/83361
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Staff on Special Leave Without Pay | Health & Life Insurance Section Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Health & Life Insurance Section Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home About the Section Meet the HLIS Meet the HLIC Toolkits Toolkit for HR Partners Toolkit for Plan Participants New to the UN Active Staff Soon to Retire Retirees Non-Staff Short-term Staff Staff on Special Leave Without Pay Surviving Dependants Health Plans Non-US based Plans UN MIP UN WWP US-based Plans Aetna Cigna Dental Empire Life Insurance Third-Party Administrators About the TPAs Their commitment to you Reference Material Checklists and Guidance Material FAQs Forms Insurance Rate Simulators Policy Documents Repository Terminology COVID-19 Response FAQs Telehealth Vaccinations Events and Updates Contact Us Home Toolkits Toolkit for Plan Participants Staff on Special Leave Without Pay Staff on Special Leave Without Pay Before your SLWOP As a staff member, you have the option of maintaining your existing health and life insurance coverage during a special leave without pay (SLWOP) period provided you pay the full premium (i.e., your contribution plus the organizations’ subsidy) in advance of the coverage period. (...) For instance, if you were covered under Empire Blue Cross and Cigna Dental for medical and dental coverage respectively but elected to enroll in Cigna International for the duration of your SLWOP, you will only be eligible to enroll in Empire Blue Cross and Cigna Dental upon your return. (...) However, if you were enrolled in the UN Worldwide Plan before taking special leave and plan to reside in the United States during the period of special leave, you may enroll in the Aetna or Empire Blue Cross and Cigna Dental plans.  I am on leave without pay and would like to add a dependant during this campaign.
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Score: 1162184.7 - https://www.un.org/insurance/node/878
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DataCol - Reports of NGO observers to COP 2016_asp.txt - Notepad DataCol - Reports of NGO observers to COP 2016_asp.txt DataCol - Reports of NGO observers to COP 2016 Reports of NGO observers to COP 2016 Contact Details 1) Name of organization FDI World Dental Federation 2) Mailing Address Avenue Louis Casai 51 P.O. (...) Yes 8) If yes, please provide details: At the 2015 Annual World Dental Congress in Bangkok, FDI held the following sessions: - Role of Dentist in Tobacco-use cessation - The Experiential Activity Planner (EAP) in Thammasat DDS and tobacco cessation for dental graduates in Thailand - Prevalence, knowledge on ill effects and intentions to quit tobacco - Cross sectional study of tobacco related habits, addictions and its effects on oral health in tribal population and comparison with non-tribal control population - Dental students’ prevalence, perception, and predictors of tobacco consumption in Latin America - Prevalence of tobacco related lesions among industrial workers in South India - Intraoral Carcinogenicity of Arecoline and Tar in Tobacco: A Survey in Parau - Tobacco use of Thai dental Students in 2011 Participation in WHO FCTC meetings and contributions to other tobacco control related events 1) Please indicate the meetings organized by the Convention Secretariat at which your organization was represented (sessions of the Conference of the Parties, meetings of intersessional groups, NGO meetings, etc.): Title and date 2) Please list any other meetings or conferences with a focus on tobacco control attended by your organization: Title and date Page 2 DataCol - Reports of NGO observers to COP 2016_asp.txt Your organization's activities to support implementation of the WHO FCTC: Has your organization conducted any work/activity in relation to the following provisions of the WHO FCTC?
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Score: 1162184.7 - https://www.who.int/fctc/cop/Report_FDI.pdf
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A record chart is also given to students to take home to their caregivers in order to record toothbrushing at home.  A dental assistant explaining to a class in Santo, Sanma province, Vanuatu how to use a record chart to keep track of toothbrushing at school. (...) The programme aims to reduce the high burden of tooth decay and dental caries in children in Vanuatu. According to the 2017 National Oral Health Survey, an estimated 70% of children aged 5–7 years in Vanuatu have tooth decay and bleeding gums, and over 40% of students never or rarely brush their teeth. (...) The programme was first introduced and piloted in Port Villa – Vanuatu’s largest urban centre – where dental caries experience is more than twice that of people living in rural areas.
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Score: 1162184.7 - https://www.who.int/fiji/news/...the-importance-of-clean-teeth/
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