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UNDP & GCCI hand over 200-bed capacity newly built dormitories at Jeshwang detention center | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content The Gambia Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Home The Gambia UNDP & GCCI hand over 200-bed capacity newly built dormitories at Jeshwang detention center UNDP & GCCI hand over 200-bed capacity newly built dormitories at Jeshwang detention center December 18, 2020   Bunk beds purchased for dormitories and new building with prison personnel   New dormitories at the Jeshwang detention center were unveiled by the Government of The Gambia, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and The Gambia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI). (...) The support to the Prisons also included 200 bunkbeds and 200 mattresses from GCCI. The Director General of the Prisons Service, Mr. (...) In addition to the completion of the dormitories, the 200 bunkbeds and 200 mattresses. The Prison Service was also provided a 30-seater and 6 months of fuel and maintenance from GCCI.
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Score: 1950348 - https://www.undp.org/gambia/pr...ries-jeshwang-detention-center
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Can the basis for bunk beds be chipboard or metal instead of wooden beams? (...) Here the answer is also No, we can’t be that flued with specification. Can the legs of bunk beds be metal? If yes, which Ral colour should it be? Please follow the specification What are the required mattress heights and how many layers? Are mattresses required only for bunk beds or for all beds?
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Score: 1893012.1 - https://www.unhcr.org/ua/wp-co.../06/QA-ITB-2022-06-UKR-ENG.pdf
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The initial financial support from UNDP was used to buy coffee tables and bedding (bed sets, mattresses and blankets) for the hostel. (...) Rooms were renovated and bathroom fixtures, mattresses, doors, locks, outlets, bath accessories, hair dryers, and curtains were purchased. (...) In the third round, part of the grant went to the purchase of showers, beds, and bedside tables. And the second part of the grant was also used to buy photos and to partially decorate the place.
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Score: 1856127.3 - https://www.undp.org/kyrgyzstan/stories/dream-dream
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They gathered together to buy clothing, shoes, bedding and other relief items for expectant and new mothers at the Bor State hospital maternity ward. The gifts included 80 sets of new bed linen, 30 blankets, dignitary kits for 15 expectant and new mothers, cleaning products, toiletries, towels and other basic items to make their experience a bit easier. (...) Other donations were made, including huge bales of clothing for the inmates, dignitary kits for 15 women at the correctional facility, cleaning materials, toiletries, towels, as well as 17 mattresses and 70 sets of bed linen to provide a bit more comfort for the prisoners.
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Score: 1770473.2 - https://www.unv.org/node/3214/pdf
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We slept on the floor, or if lucky on straw-filled mattresses packed like sardines on double and triple- deck bunk beds. (...) Hunger, over-crowding, bad hygiene, mice, rats, fleas, bed bugs, lice, and fear of being sent to the East plagued us daily. (...) Years of hospitalization and complete bed rest, plus painful procedures followed. Finally, drugs were discovered to give me a cure.
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Score: 1686773.2 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...rks_by_mrs_inge_auerbacher.pdf
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Among them, Gideon Sackitey (centre, right) helps colleagues to offload mattresses – part of the items they donated to the children's ward at Bor Town Hospital in South Sudan. © (UNV, 2018) 05 February 2019 Gideon Sackitey, UN Volunteer in South Sudan Serving in South Sudan: first impressions of a Ghanaian UN Volunteer Gideon Sackitey (Ghana) had been looking forward to working abroad. (...) For us, UN Volunteers in Bor town, it was the culmination of several actions that saw us presenting items to the children’s ward at the Bor Town Hospital: more than 100 blankets; 10 buckets; 45 mattresses; 43 beds; a carton of baby Cerelac; six large size Infant Milk formula; cutlasses; several sweeping brushes, and rubber boots for hospital staff. (...) "We are very glad for this donation as it would give us some real relief," he said, recounting the challenges he faces in the task of providing health care to his patients. "Most of the beds in the wards are broken," said the doctor, his words getting drowned by the overwhelming feeling of joy.
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Score: 1655128.7 - https://www.unv.org/node/4920/pdf
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We are making available our in-country stocks of shelter kits, plastic sheets, rubhalls, and tens of thousands of other core relief items including blankets and mattresses for immediate distribution and use. Additional stockpiles in the region will come in reinforcement. (...) A first phase of expanding hospital bed and ICU capacity including with medical supplies and equipment, ventilators, and patient beds was completed, and a second phase is being expedited in light of the saturation of hospitals. The completed hospital expansions were recently inaugurated together with the Ministry of Public Health on 29 July adding hundreds of beds and tens of intensive care unit spaces in public hospitals available to all in need.
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Score: 1646997.3 - https://www.unhcr.org/lb/wp-co...pdate-Beirut-Port-7-August.pdf
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“Everything feels new here with the new beds, the sunlight lighting up the rooms and the new sanitation facilities,” she added with a smile. (...) UNICEF DRC Bashizi As well as refurbishing the building, the service has been provided with 17 beds with mattresses, two oxygen concentrators, sanitation facilities and a water tank. (...) “Now all that has changed considerably, the bed is more comfortable and my daughter’s health is improving,” said the mother.
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Score: 1646997.3 - https://www.unicef.org/drcongo...ories/growing-up-in-safe-hands
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FORTY-SIX PETITIONS CONCERNING THE CAMEROONS UNDER FRENCH ADMINISTRATION
Kapi Richard, planter, Notable, father of twenty-.two · children at Bandjoun l solidly built house 7 African huts 3 tables and 21 chairs lCO pieces of sheet-iron of 12 kg., 100 planks and 33 rafters 8 beds ccmplete with bedding 3 machetes, 6 shovels, 3 sporting rifles and 2 pickaxes 1 large mirror, 3 crowbars, 1 hammer, l axe and 3 bowls 3 soup-tureens, 3 twenty-litre demijohns, l bucket with cover 4 saucepans, 1 hatchet, 20 baskets of cola and 4 empty sacks 600 eggs, 24 hens 1 3 pairs of shoes and l cupboard 24 drinking glasses, 28 spoons, 33,000 francs in cash b dresses, 6 jackets, 5 khaki shirts and ox tails l portfolio, wooden door, 1 piece of material in square yards 12 wcmen' s dresses, 1 tarboosh and Bamike costume 12 head scarves, l bead necklace and 2 children's berets 3 knives for pruning vines, 2 empty barrels and 17 plates 50 bamboo faggots, 400 wood faggots, 2 pigs and 6 goats 5 drums of palm oil, 2 Aida lamps and 3 pairs of drill trousers 1 pair of shorts, l black jersey and l flat-iron For my wives: 3 saucepans, 2 gourds, 2 blankets l mattress, 1 chest, 6 dresses and 6 head scarves 1 beret, 2 pairs of shoes and 6 plates 1 drum of palm oil, 3 bowls and 1 loin-cloth 1 hurricane lamp, medium-sized saucepan and 1 purse Total: Francs 27,000 158,000 45,000 5,500 6,400 2,450 85,700 29,400 71,640 13,000 2,750 13,000 24,750 2,480 44,400 30,000 2,700 6,300 28,350 3,850 2,950 1,750 594,140 T/PET,5/906 English Page 28 18. (...) li s-t of my own . 1 large house built of sheet-iron, looted 10 huts built of earth, looted 2 tables (2 metres by 90 cm.) 1 round table 20 chairs and folding chairs 100 twelve-kg. pieces of sheet-iron 100 planks 33 rafters .... 2 beds 1 bed 1 large mirror 3 indi@enous rifles 5 wooden and bamboo beds 5 mattresses of African cotton and straw 5 woollen blankets 20 baskets of cola 600 eggs 3 pairs of shoes 17 hens 1 cupboard filled with clothing 2 black ox tails 1 traditional tarboosh I give below a Francs 14,000 9,500 10,000 75,000 70,000 13,200 14,000 3,000 2,500 21,000 8,400 9,600 10,000 80,000 6,000 7,500 8,400 15,000 4,ooo 7,000 1 necklace of indigenous beads 50 bamboo faggots 400 firewood faggots 2 pigs 6 goats 5 drums of palm oil 2 Jdda lamps 44 articles of miscellaneous clothing 119 miscellaneous household articles 21 miscellaneous tools Total: Statement of Mmes Kapun Richard - Makoupae and Madzak at Bandjoum 3 four-gallon saucepans 1 one-gallon saucepan 2 casseroles 2 blankets 1 door broken 1 mo.°½tress 1 filled chest 6 dresses 6 head scarves 1 beret 2 pairs of shoes 1 hurricane lamp 3 bowls 10 plates l loin-cloth 1 drum of palm oil Total: T/PET.5/906 English Page 29 Francs 22,000 2,000 1,400 20,000 12,600 6,000 3,000 21,750 16,770 8,100 493,670 Francs 3,900 400 1,400 1,000 1,000 600 22,000 4,400 1,350 100 2,350 350 1,050 1,400 700 1,200 43,200 I request the immediate Unification and Independence of the Cameroons and a United Nations High Commissioner to form our Government. (...) Fotso Tafoyone As well as many others whose names are unknown, My property taken by those people is as follows: 4 wooden or plank doors 4 wooden window-frames 1 table measuring 1 metre, 35 12 chairs with backs 1 wooden packing case (1 m. by 4 cm.) 30,000 francs (thirty thousand francs) 1 long piece of plain material 2 wooden beds 2 mattresses of cotton and cloth 3 woollen blankets 1 barrel of honey 5 kg, of rice 2 bars of soap •r/PET, 5/906 English Page 32 .The hut of my wife Tchuendem ·Elene was destroyed when she had just given birth to a baby; These groups of people ate my wife I s cooked food, 2 three- and five-gallon cast-iron saucepans 1 basin for washing the baby 1 barrel full of palm oil 2 wooden doors for the hut of the wife who had ~he baby 1 paraffin oil lamp 10 large sacks of unshelled ground-nuts 1 barn for food crops - macabos ~ maize - yams T/PET.5/906 English Page 33 21.
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Score: 1641382.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=T/PET.5/906&Lang=E
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. © UNHCR/Andrew McConnell Oksana has used pieces of rubble from her ruined house to decorate her flower beds. © UNHCR/Victoria Andrievska Many of the villagers have lost everything. (...) To make the unit feel more like a home, UNHCR also provided mattresses, bed linen, solar lamps and items like soap and towels. (...) Using the damaged bricks of her home, she has created new flower beds. “At least I can give new life to the bits and pieces of my ruined house.”
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Score: 1634170.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/ua/en/48...ong-process-of-rebuilding.html
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