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Building on my previously acquired grafting skills, I went back home and established seed multiplication nursery beds,” Maria said. (...) Thanks to the support from the sector leadership, she acquired a forestry certificate permitting her to continue with her work. (...) The number of clients reduced, and some trees in the nursery beds have reached a certain maturity level where they cannot be planted. She hopes to acquire increased skills in multiplication of other seed varieties like macadamia, and expand the space to apply her innovative ideas.
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Score: 940940.6 - https://www.fao.org/rwanda/pro...s-and-capacity-development/es/
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Building on my previously acquired grafting skills, I went back home and established seed multiplication nursery beds,” Maria said. (...) Thanks to the support from the sector leadership, she acquired a forestry certificate permitting her to continue with her work. (...) The number of clients reduced, and some trees in the nursery beds have reached a certain maturity level where they cannot be planted. She hopes to acquire increased skills in multiplication of other seed varieties like macadamia, and expand the space to apply her innovative ideas.
Language:English
Score: 940940.6 - https://www.fao.org/rwanda/pro...s-and-capacity-development/en/
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I lived in fear.’ –– Raman, born and raised stateless in Serbia, before he acquired documents confirming his identity No child should be stateless. (...) Birth registration documents where a child was born and who the child’s parents are, key pieces of information needed to establish which nationality a child has acquired or can acquire. Without a birth certificate, it is difficult to prove that the child has the relevant link to a State that entitles him or her to nationality. (...) Convention on the Rights of the Child, Article 7: The child shall have the right to acquire a nationality […] in particular where the child would otherwise be stateless.
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Score: 938969.8 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/media/8086/file
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I lived in fear.’ –– Raman, born and raised stateless in Serbia, before he acquired documents confirming his identity No child should be stateless. (...) Birth registration documents where a child was born and who the child’s parents are, key pieces of information needed to establish which nationality a child has acquired or can acquire. Without a birth certificate, it is difficult to prove that the child has the relevant link to a State that entitles him or her to nationality. (...) Convention on the Rights of the Child, Article 7: The child shall have the right to acquire a nationality […] in particular where the child would otherwise be stateless.
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Score: 938969.8 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/med...in%20Europe%20UNICEF-UNHCR.pdf
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At the centre, girls and women learn basic literacy and numeracy skills.  They also acquire critical life skills such as cooperation, team work, communication and creativity. (...) With other women and young girls, Tahira enrolled in class, acquiring new skills.  “At the beginning, I was embarrassed to sit with young girls,” recalls Tahira.  (...) At the centre, girls and young woman acquire literacy and numeracy skills.  They also acquire critical skills for life, including religion that will help them to improve their lives and those of their loved ones.   
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Score: 931210.9 - https://www.unicef.org/afghani...-centers-transform-girls-lives
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A shared decision-making approach to contraceptive use should be taken with all individuals, but special attention should be paid to young people and women at high risk of acquiring HIV. High-quality counselling services are essential. (...) It is possible to reduce your risk of acquiring HIV by using condoms or pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) – a medication that can help protect you from acquiring HIV. (...) Where can I get more information of family planning and contraception? WHO’s fact sheet on family planning 2.
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Score: 928622.8 - https://www.who.int/reproductivehealth/hc-hiv/qa/en/
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TDR Clinical Research and Development Fellowships Application Form 1. Full name with the family name in bold and underlined (e.g. Maggie SMITH ). 2. (...) A description (1-page maximum) of how the applicant, if selected, plans to apply the acquired skills and knowledge after returning to home country/institution. 9. A description (1-page maximum) of competencies and skills the applicant would like to acquire during the fellowship. 10. A list of the applicant’s publications and other abstracts or presentations.
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Score: 923204.1 - https://www.who.int/tdr/grants...Application-form-CRDF2018.docx
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TDR Clinical Research and Development Fellowships Application Form 1. Full name with the family name in bold and underlined (e.g. Maggie SMITH ). 2. (...) A description (1-page maximum) of how the applicant, if selected, plans to apply the acquired skills and knowledge after returning to home country/institution. 9. A description (1-page maximum) of competencies and skills the applicant would like to acquire during the fellowship. 10 . Prioritize three Training Partner Organizations (TPOs) for a potential placement and explain the reasons for these choices 1. 2. 3. 11.
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Score: 920058.2 - https://www.who.int/tdr/grants...Application-form-CRDF2019.docx
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The study found no statistically significant increase in the risk of acquiring HIV between women using any of these three methods. (...) It is possible to reduce your risk of acquiring HIV by using condoms every time you have sex or by using PrEP – medication that can help protect you from acquiring HIV. 3. (...) Information on how women can protect themselves against acquiring HIV may be found on page 332 of the handbook Family Planning.
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Score: 918877.1 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...iv/Communications-messages.pdf
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However, she is physically and intellectually disabled making it impossible for her to declare her willingness to acquire nationality as required by Italian law. The right to nationality has been denied to her due to the compounding effect of discrimination on the grounds of ethnicity and disability. © UNHCR/Francesca Martino Christina, 18  | Italy Christina and her family are stateless. (...) Convention on the Rights of the Child – Article 7 The child shall be registered immediately after birth and shall have the right from birth to a name, the right to acquire a nationality: States Parties shall respect and ensure the rights set forth in the present Convention to each child within their jurisdiction without discrimination of any kind. (...) It also aims to promote the right of every child to acquire a nationality. This publication is the first in a series that explores thematic issues relating to a child’s right to nationality.
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Score: 913679.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/ibelong/...nority-children-statelessness/
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