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ReseaRch Questions can social protection programs improve adolescent aRt-adherence in south africa? if so, do combinations of social protection programs increase adherence rates? Combination soCial proteCtion improves adolesCent art-adherenCe citation: cluver, L.D., toska, e., orkin, M., Meinck, F., hodes, R., Yakubovich, a., sherr, L., (2016) achieving equity in hiV-treatment outcomes: can social protection improve adolescent aRt-adherence in south africa? (...) Combinations of soCial proteCtion shoW additive benefits for reduCing non-adherenCe FinDings S A U V E R P R O T É G E R É D U Q UE R
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Score: 797421.14 - https://www.unicef.org/esa/sit...2-Adolescent-ART-Adherence.pdf
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Accordingly, the AIM SG/2 meeting agreed on the need for continuous monitoring of AIRAC adherence. In this respect, it was highlighted that the AIRAC adherence monitoring system should be part of the Quality Management System. In addition, the meeting underlined the need for the users/IATA to report to concerned State(s) and the ICAO MID Office any case of non-adherence to the AIRAC provisions. 2. DISCUSSION 2.1 The meeting may wish to recall that the MIDANPIRG/16 meeting reviewed the results of the AIRAC adherence monitoring-2015 and agreed to the following Conclusion: CONCLUSION 16/11: AIRAC ADHERENCE MONITORING That: a) States be urged to: i. implement a system for AIRAC adherence monitoring; and ii. report on annual basis (by 31 March) to the ICAO MID Office the case(s) of late publication of aeronautical information of operational significance AIM SG/3-WP/12 - 2 - and non-adherence to the AIRAC provisions, using the AIRAC Adherence Monitoring Questionnaire at Appendix 5.2.2D. b) IATA report to the concerned State(s) and the ICAO MID Office any case of late publication of aeronautical information of operational significance and non- adherence to the AIRAC provisions. 2.2 As a follow-up action to MIDANPIRG Conclusion 16/11, the ICAO MID Office issued State Letter Ref.: AN 8/4 – 17/087 dated 23 Mar 2017 urging States to report the status of their AIRAC adherence in 2016, using the “AIRAC adherence monitoring questionnaire” at Appendix A. (...) The results of the analysis of AIRAC adherence in 2016 is provided in the following table: 3.
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Score: 790679.8 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...%20SG3-MIDAD%20TF4/WP%2012.pdf
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070-WS-AFI-AIRAC Adherence (summary) AIRAC Adherence Workshop for the development of Operational skills for the transition from AIS to AIM for Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) and Air Navigation Service Providers 28 May – 1 June 2018 Dakar Gaston Liegeois Directorate Network Manager gaston.liegeois@eurocontrol.int AIRAC Adherence Integrated Aeronautical Information Package enter your presentation title 2  AIP Amendment  Regular AIP Amendment  AIRAC AIP Amendment  Supplements  AIRAC AIP SUP AIRAC AIP or SUP shall be received at least 28 days in advance of the AIRAC effective date  Circulars  NOTAM  Checklist  PIB To be delivered by AIS/AIM Providers  Aviation "environment" data is constantly changing.  It is essential, for both efficiency and safety reasons , that Pilots, ATM systems and services have the same "environment" data set  AIRAC: defines a series of common dates and an associated standard aeronautical information publication procedure for States  Worldwide effective dates with 28 days intervals  Always on a Thursday 3 AIRAC Adherence Analysis 4  Publication date: when AIS organizations send out the information  AIRAC AIP AMDT or SUP:  At least 42 days (56 for major changes) before effective date.  Publication of a Trigger NOTAM (at publication date) coming to force on respective AIRAC date and remaining in force for 14 days.  Effective date:  when changes take effect.  Reception date:  When users should receive the publications AIRAC Adherence Requirements enter your presentation title 5 AIS to AIM roadmap WACAF (24 States) transition progress status – Steps implemented Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 P04 – Monitoring of annex 4 & 15 differences P03 – AIRAC adherence monitoring P17 – Quality P05 – WGS-84 implementation P02 – Data integrity monitoring P01 – Data quality monitoring P06 – Integrated aeronautical Information database P07 – Unique identifiers P08 – Aeronautical Information conceptual model P09 – Aeronautical data exchange P21 – Digital NOTAM P10 – Communication networks P12 – Aeronautical information briefing P16 – Training P19 – Interoperability with MET products P20 – Electronic aeronautical charts P18 – Agreements with data originators T im e P15 – Aerodrome mapping P11 – Electronic AIP P14 – Obstacles P13 – Terrain 24 States 100% Processes shall be in place to ensure adherence to the AIRAC system (new, changed or deleted data available world-wide every 4 weeks, and that AIP amendments containing the updated information are distributed (published) 6 weeks before the AIRAC date 6 AIRAC Adherence Participants feedback – Sharing experiences  Procedure in place  Improvement since last WACAF workshop? (...) It is the States' own responsibility to adhere to AIRAC.  The occasional 'force majeure'. AIRAC Adherence Analysis – Causes of non-adherence for European AISP AIRAC Adherence AIRAC Awareness – Improvement suggestion 8 9 AIRAC Adherence AIRAC Awareness – Improvement suggestion
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Score: 786968.8 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...AC%20Adherence%20(summary).pdf
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In Sudan, only 18% of non-adherent patients achieved good blood pressure control compared to 96% of those who adhered. The adherence problem is set to expand as the worldwide burden of chronic diseases increases. (...) Improving adherence may well result in better health outcomes than making available new technologies.
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Score: 780287.8 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...s-a-massive-world-wide-problem
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Therefore, from that date the Government of the United Kingdom will cease to be responsible for the international rights and obligations arising from the application of the Protocols to Hong Kong.” (3) Yugoslavia (F.R. of), by virtue of its adherence on 14 December 2000 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of Article 50(a) - 4 - 21 June 1961 adherence, effective 13 January 2001, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Yugoslavia (F.R. of). (...) Serbia subsequently advised ICAO by a note dated 13 July 2006 that the Republic of Serbia continues to exercise its rights and honour its commitments deriving from international treaties concluded by Serbia and Montenegro and requests that the Republic of Serbia be considered a party to all international agreements in force, instead of Serbia and Montenegro. (4) Andorra, by virtue of its adherence on 26 January 2001 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 25 February 2001, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Andorra. (5) Saint Kitts and Nevis, by virtue of its adherence on 21 May 2002 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 20 June 2002, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Saint Kitts and Nevis. (6) Timor-Leste, by virtue of its adherence on 4 August 2005 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 3 September 2005, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Timor-Leste. (7) Montenegro, by virtue of its adherence on 12 February 2007 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 14 March 2007, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Montenegro. (8) South Sudan, by virtue of its adherence on 11 October 2011 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 10 November 2011, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to South Sudan. (9) Tuvalu, by virtue of its adherence on 19 October 2017 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 18 November 2017, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Tuvalu. (10) Dominica, by virtue of its adherence on 14 March 2019 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 13 April 2019, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Dominica.
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Score: 767675.8 - https://www.icao.int/secretari...%20of%20Parties/50a1961_EN.pdf
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Therefore, from that date the Government of the United Kingdom will cease to be responsible for the international rights and obligations arising from the application of the Protocols to Hong Kong.” (3) Yugoslavia (F.R. of), by virtue of its adherence on 14 December 2000 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 13 January 2001, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Yugoslavia (F.R. of). (...) Article 93 bis - 4 - 27 May 1947 (4) Andorra, by virtue of its adherence on 26 January 2001 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 25 February 2001, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Andorra. (5) Saint Kitts and Nevis, by virtue of its adherence on 21 May 2002 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 20 June 2002, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Saint Kitts and Nevis. (6) Timor-Leste, by virtue of its adherence on 4 August 2005 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 3 September 2005, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Timor-Leste. (7) Montenegro, by virtue of its adherence on 12 February 2007 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 14 March 2007, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Montenegro. (8) South Sudan, by virtue of its adherence on 11 October 2011 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 10 November 2011, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to South Sudan. (9) By a note dated 31 August 2011, deposited on 9 September 2011, the Netherlands advised ICAO that, following a modification in the structure of the Kingdom of the Netherlands effective from 10 October 2010, this Protocol applies from 10 October 2010 to the Caribbean part of the Netherlands (the islands of Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba), Curaçao and Sint Maarten. It applies to the European part of the Netherlands from 20 March 1961 and to Aruba from 1 January 1986. (10) Tuvalu, by virtue of its adherence on 19 October 2017 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 18 November 2017, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Tuvalu. (11) Dominica, by virtue of its adherence on 14 March 2019 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 13 April 2019, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Dominica.
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Score: 767675.8 - https://www.icao.int/secretari...st%20of%20Parties/93bis_EN.pdf
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The sustained/controlled nature of vaginal ring drug delivery systems generally offers increased user adherence compared with on demand products. To date, all microbicide clinical trials, including the CAPRISA-004, VOICE and FEM-PrEP studies, have relied on self-reporting questionnaires as a measure of user adherence. However, the reliability and validity of these adherence data are questionable; participants are likely to report good adherence given the expectations to comply with study protocols. More objective, quantitative and accurate methods for assessing adherence are needed. Geographic location Global, but as a first instance, for countries in sub-Saharan Africa where topical pre- exposure prophylaxis introduction is anticipated.
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Score: 766549.07 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...rojects/HRX19_Vaginal-ring.pdf
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Article 50 a) - 4 - 12 March 1971 (5) By a Note dated 6 December 1999, the Government of the People’s Republic of China advised the International Civil Aviation Organization that this Protocol shall apply to the Macao Special Administrative Region with effect from 20 December 1999. (6) Yugoslavia (F.R. of), by virtue of its adherence on 14 December 2000 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 13 January 2001, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Yugoslavia (F.R. of). (...) Serbia subsequently advised ICAO by a note dated 13 July 2006 that the Republic of Serbia continues to exercise its rights and honour its commitments deriving from international treaties concluded by Serbia and Montenegro and requests that the Republic of Serbia be considered a party to all international agreements in force, instead of Serbia and Montenegro. (7) Andorra, by virtue of its adherence on 26 January 2001 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 25 February 2001, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Andorra. (8) Saint Kitts and Nevis, by virtue of its adherence on 21 May 2002 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 20 June 2002, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Saint Kitts and Nevis. (9) Timor-Leste, by virtue of its adherence on 4 August 2005 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 3 September 2005, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Timor-Leste. (10) Montenegro, by virtue of its adherence on 12 February 2007 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 14 March 2007, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Montenegro. (11) South Sudan, by virtue of its adherence on 11 October 2011 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 10 November 2011, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to South Sudan. (12) Tuvalu, by virtue of its adherence on 19 October 2017 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 18 November 2017, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Tuvalu. (13) Dominica, by virtue of its adherence on 14 March 2019 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago, 1944), became party to all Protocols of amendment of the Convention in force at the time of adherence, effective 13 April 2019, the date of entry into force of the Convention with respect to Dominica.
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Score: 762838.2 - https://www.icao.int/secretari...%20of%20Parties/50a1971_EN.pdf
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The adhering enterprise consecutively receives an amount agreed upon and, the factoring enterprise retains the right to collect these debts of the adhering enterprise. (...) Article 3º (Other notions) For the purposes of this law, the following designations apply: a) Factor or yielder: the entities referred to in nº 1 of Article 4; b) Adherent: the stakeholder in the financial yielding contract who yields credit to the factor; c) Debtors: the third party debtors of the credits yielded by the adherent to the yielder or “factor”. (...) Article 9º (Payment of transmitted credits) 1. Payment to the adherent or of the credit transmitted by him/her must be made on the average due dates presuming that they are stipulated contractually. 2.
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Score: 759743.65 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/cpv_e/WTACCCPV18_LEG_9.pdf
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H.845.9 : Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 5I: Adherence monitor   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : Publications : Recommendations : H Series : H.845.9 Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     H.845.9 : Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 5I: Adherence monitor Recommendation H.845.9 In force components Number Title Status H.845.9 (04/17)   Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health system: Personal Health Devices interface Part 5I: Adherence monitor   In force     Superseded and Withdrawn components Number Title Status H.845.9 (01/15)   Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: PAN/LAN/TAN interface Part 5I: Medication adherence monitor: Agent   Superseded H.845.9 (07/16)   Conformance of ITU-T H.810 personal health devices: PAN/LAN/TAN interface Part 5I: Medication adherence monitor: Agent   Superseded   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-T Publications Updated : 2019-12-12  
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Score: 759650.24 - https://www.itu.int/rec/T-REC-H.845.9
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