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The international technical assistance project “Sustainable Management of Persistent Organic Pollutants and Chemicals in the Republic of Belarus, GEF-6” is conducting a frontal monitoring of the Petrikovsky obsolete pesticide burial site. The monitoring will help to determine the scale and degree of the impact of the site on the environment and public health. (...) However, the Petrikovskoye burial site still remains the largest burial site of obsolete pesticides in Belarus, which contains about 2.5 thousand tons of hazardous chemicals. (...) In the upcoming steps, the experts will determine the presence and speed of propagation of the halo of environmental pollution in the area of the burial site, assess the potential risks of its impact on the environment and on public health.
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Score: 1174828.8 - https://www.undp.org/belarus/p...-stockpile-obsolete-pesticides
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The colour white was associated with ghosts and the supernatural which heightened the apprehension of locals of response teams and their messages. • Two anthropologists were brought in and a rapid appraisal was conducted through interviews with locals and key informants. • Findings from this assessment helped the response teams to modify their communication strategy. • Teams suited up in the village in view of the locals, used local ways of greeting and forming a rapport, and modified patient visiting and burial practices by allowing the presence of one relative in protective gear. (...) SOCIAL MEDIA FOR PUBLIC ACTION DURING ZIKA OUTBREAK IN BRAZIL • At the start of 2016, Niteroi, a local municipality in Brazil started using – ‘Sem Dengue’ - a mobile based application developed by the startup Colab.re, to identify and treat possible breeding grounds for Aedes aegypti. • Residents use the app to send pictures of possible mosquito focal spots to the local body. (...) (i) Health education through mass media, women’s groups and school students, and (ii) Community-led action. • For every 10 households, a resident volunteer was selected, trained and designated to supervise household-led vector control activities. • Household members took turns to inspect each others houses for larval habitats.
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Score: 1171659 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/me...C4D%20Risk%20Communication.pdf
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Main menu About the ICTR The Genocide The Cases Documents News You are here Home » News News Bishop’s Remains Transferred to Rwanda Press release | Tue, 02/18/2003 The remains of the late Samuel Musabyimana, former Anglican Bishop of the Diocese of Shyogwe in Rwanda, were transferred to Rwanda for burial on Monday 17 February 2003. Bishop Musabyimana passed away on Friday, 24 January 2003 at the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre in Moshi, Tanzania after a long illness. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) arranged for the Bishop’s remains to be flown to Kigali for burial. Family members of the late Bishop received the body in Kigali. (...) The Tribunal is grateful to the Government of Rwanda for facilitating the transfer of the remains of the late Bishop to Kigali for burial. For information only - Not an official document UN-ICTR External Relations and Communication Outreach Unit ictr-press@un.org | Tel.: +1 212 963 2850 www.unictr.org News archive 2015 (18) 2014 (38) 2013 (17) 2012 (51) 2011 (41) 2010 (37) 2009 (45) 2008 (39) 2007 (37) 2006 (48) 2005 (47) 2004 (44) 2003 (46) 2002 (40) 2001 (48) 2000 (37) 1999 (61) 1998 (58) 1997 (72) 1996 (27) 1995 (1) Contacts Terms of Use Privacy Notice
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Score: 1168483.5 - https://unictr.irmct.org/en/node/1679
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Main menu About the ICTR The Genocide The Cases Documents News You are here Home » News News Bishop’s Remains Transferred to Rwanda Press release | Tue, 02/18/2003 The remains of the late Samuel Musabyimana, former Anglican Bishop of the Diocese of Shyogwe in Rwanda, were transferred to Rwanda for burial on Monday 17 February 2003. Bishop Musabyimana passed away on Friday, 24 January 2003 at the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre in Moshi, Tanzania after a long illness. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) arranged for the Bishop’s remains to be flown to Kigali for burial. Family members of the late Bishop received the body in Kigali. (...) The Tribunal is grateful to the Government of Rwanda for facilitating the transfer of the remains of the late Bishop to Kigali for burial. For information only - Not an official document UN-ICTR External Relations and Communication Outreach Unit ictr-press@un.org | Tel.: +1 212 963 2850 www.unictr.org News archive 2015 (18) 2014 (38) 2013 (17) 2012 (51) 2011 (41) 2010 (37) 2009 (45) 2008 (39) 2007 (37) 2006 (48) 2005 (47) 2004 (44) 2003 (46) 2002 (40) 2001 (48) 2000 (37) 1999 (61) 1998 (58) 1997 (72) 1996 (27) 1995 (1) Contacts Terms of Use Privacy Notice
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Score: 1168483.5 - https://unictr.irmct.org/en/ne...99s-remains-transferred-rwanda
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The burials came from three levels. The youngest burials came from depth of about 40 to 50 cms. From the surface; the second level burial was at the depth of 80 cm and the third level burial came from the depth of about 160 cms. (...) The number of artifacts associated with the burials wary from one burial to another. The child burial in Kelumpang 1 had two pots placed at the head.
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Score: 1166954.5 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad.../ancient_ports_in_malaysia.pdf
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LETTER DATED 12 JANUARY 2015 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Despite the overall progress, there are still regions where safe burials are not carried out. Improved geogr aphical coverage and greater mobility of safe burial teams are needed. In addition, portions of the population remain sceptical about safe and dignified burials, which leads them to carry out clandestine, unsafe burials. (...) Similarly, there are enough burial teams in place to ensure safe and dignified burials in 100 per cent of all deaths due to Ebola.
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Score: 1165467 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/69/720&Lang=E
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While there are varying degrees of certainty as to the final fate of these victims, most are presumed dead, yet the location of their burial sites has never been disclosed to their families. (...) Even more worryingly, the Working Group was informed that most of the search for remains and the excavation of suspected burial sites that have taken place in Albania, have been undertaken by families of the disappeared, with their own financial resources, and without any expert or forensic support from State institutions. (...) Despite the existence of a number of former labour camps, prisons, and at least 29 suspected burial sites in Albania, there are currently no State-sponsored memorials for the victims of communism.
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Score: 1162517.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/state...-or-involuntary-disappearances
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LETTER DATED 16 APRIL 2015 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
There continues to be sufficient capacity at the national level to conduct safe burials, with 74 burial teams active in Guinea, 80 in Liberia and 129 in Sierra Leone. 11. (...) Despite sufficient capacity to conduct safe burials at the national level, unsafe burials continue to be reported. (...) The Sierra Leonean Red Cross carried out an average of 450 safe and dignified burials per week in all districts. In Liberia, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and the Liberian Red Cross carried out 125 safe and dignified burials and disinfected 58 households in March.
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Score: 1162186 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/69/871&Lang=E
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New mosques and mausoleums were built to comply with chartak design; chartak model was put above graves of Moslem religious figures; they were called Chiragkhona – lamp depository. A lamp above burial grounds goes back to the Zoroastrian tradition. (...) Thus, on the one hand, Sun is symbolized by Column of Heaven; on the other, circle is a symbol of Sun, Heaven and Eternity; hence, circular temples, sepulchers, burial mounds, etc. It may be assumed that the Samangan temple-fire altar was a Zoroastrian cult erection. (...) In considering that Zoroastrianism is based on astral cults, especially the cult of Sun, all ancient ground-based erections of Aryans were noted for circular planning: Arkaim sites of the 17-15 centuries B.C. and their burial mounds,10 Dashly site-3 and particularly temples in Northern Bactria,11 Sak barrows-dahma in Priaralye, including a famous temple Koykrylkankal in Khorezm.12 A foundation of the Samangan fire altar, i.e. its socle is also of round planning.
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Score: 1160018.9 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...%20chartak%20from%20Parhar.pdf
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The study will concentrate on two case studies – Mauna Kea on Hawai’I and Burial Grounds on Maui. Mauna Kea has received a great deal of attention. (...) The other main area of concern is burial grounds on every island. However, for the sake of the expert report we will focus on case study of Maui. (...) Cultural practicioners have are mobilizing at all levels of government to guarantee basic core human rights enshrined in the UNDRIP. Recommendations The burial grounds must be recognized and demarcated.
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Score: 1159751.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...aiInstituteforHumanRights.docx
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