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Exposure to messages about safe burials from religious leaders was significantly asso- ciated with intending to adhere to safe burial measures, including accepting safe alternatives to traditional burials and intending to wait 2 or more days for a burial team to bury the corpse. (...) Intention to wait for 2 or more days for a burial team’s arrival may have been essential in minimizing the risk of un- safe burials. (...) Those who intended to wait for 2 or more days for the burial team to arrive had greater odds of self-reported avoidance of unsafe traditional burials.
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Score: 1438312.1 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/99/4/20-263202.pdf
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The feast begins with mourners ritually washing their hands to symbolise the end of the burial. During the feast either, four to six sheep, or a cow is slaughtered and served together with vegetables, rice and potatoes. (...) Women expressed fear that they would be accused of “cashing-in” their husbands by relatives at the post-burial meeting, and in general most wanted to avoid pressure from distant relatives to distribute any insurance payout. (...) Gifts are given at various stages. At the daily pre-burial prayer meetings, a collection plate is passed around.
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Score: 1415203.8 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_117996.pdf
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The rediscovery of the African Burial Ground changed the intellectual paradigm of enslavement for New York. (...) It is noted in the exhibit that the African Burial Ground was one of the few places where enslaved Africans could find tranquility. The African community living in New York City was allowed to practice traditional African burial ceremonies there. It was one of the few places where enslaved Africans could escape surveillance because white people would never venture there.
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Score: 1396757.5 - https://www.un.org/en/events/s...eday/slavery-in-new-york.shtml
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UNV-2022-02-08T13:33:21+0100.pdf General enquires Email: unv.media@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 Partnership enquires Email: partnershipsupport@unv.org Tel: +49-228-815 2000 Fax: +49-228-815 2001 1 Volunteer grave diggers at the burial of people killed in the Freetown mudslides and floods (2017). © Alpha Sesay/UNDP Sierra Leone 24 November 2017 International Volunteer Day 2017 Supporting the mental health needs of frontline responders When the biggest natural disaster on record in Sierra Leone hit Freetown on 14 August, hundreds of staff and volunteers immediately joined in the response and relief efforts to assist those affected. (...) For some frontline volunteers and staff, this work would test their resilience to stress. “I was part of the burial team during the Ebola outbreak but taking part in the digging and burial of such a large number of people still haunts me,” says Dain. Dain and many other youths participated in the digging of hundreds of graves for the burial of the remains of the 500 people pulled from the rubble.
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Score: 1374265.8 - https://www.unv.org/node/3089/pdf
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The rediscovery of the African Burial Ground changed the intellectual paradigm of enslavement for New York. (...) It is noted in the exhibit that the African Burial Ground was one of the few places where enslaved Africans could find tranquility. The African community living in New York City was allowed to practice traditional African burial ceremonies there. It was one of the few places where enslaved Africans could escape surveillance because white people would never venture there.
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Score: 1366944.7 - https://www.un.org/en/rememberslavery/exhibit
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During the Saka period (from 700 BC to the beginning 1st AD), these lands were residence of Saka tribes and later Wusun tribes who inhabited the territory north of the Tian Shan mountain range. Evidence of these times can be found in the numerous burial mounds (tumuli) and ancient settlements, especially the giant burial mounds of the Saka tsars.
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Score: 1347905.7 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad/content/almaty
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Dead bodies had been remaining at times for days without being removed. While traditional burials were still common, cremation had begun ten days before in Monrovia, and approximately 15 to 20 bodies were cremated per day. (...) The health care services in these zones will be strengthened for treatment, testing and contact tracing to be done effectively. Burials will be done in accordance with national health regulations.” (...) She also noted that these were fragile states, and we were witnessing a convergence of three troubling factors on already vulnerable states: a) a health crisis b) a "necessary" infringement on civil liberties (e.g., forbidding people to continue traditional practices such as the preparing of dead bodies for burial; funerals which can spread infection, and c) likely human rights violations when poorly-trained security services enforce restrictions on movement and normal livelihood activities.
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Score: 1290210.9 - https://www.un.org/peacebuildi...bmission_to_configurations.pdf
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Score: 1273641 - https://www.unv.org/Success-st...lth-needs-frontline-responders
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. view East and Southern Africa view West and Central Africa view Arab States view Europe and the CIS view Latin America and the Caribbean view Asia and the Pacific Regions Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa Breadcrumb Home Supporting the mental health needs of frontline responders Volunteer grave diggers at the burial of people killed in the Freetown mudslides and floods (2017). (...) For some frontline volunteers and staff, this work would test their resilience to stress.  “I was part of the burial team during the Ebola outbreak but taking part in the digging and burial of such a large number of people still haunts me,” says Dain. Dain and many other youths participated in the digging of hundreds of graves for the burial of the remains of the 500 people pulled from the rubble. 
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Score: 1273641 - https://www.unv.org/node/3089
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. view East and Southern Africa view West and Central Africa view Arab States view Europe and the CIS view Latin America and the Caribbean view Asia and the Pacific Regions Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa Breadcrumb Home Supporting the mental health needs of frontline responders Volunteer grave diggers at the burial of people killed in the Freetown mudslides and floods (2017). (...) For some frontline volunteers and staff, this work would test their resilience to stress.  “I was part of the burial team during the Ebola outbreak but taking part in the digging and burial of such a large number of people still haunts me,” says Dain. Dain and many other youths participated in the digging of hundreds of graves for the burial of the remains of the 500 people pulled from the rubble. 
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Score: 1273641 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/...lth-needs-frontline-responders
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