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A pregnant employee is entitled to 90 consecutive days of paid maternity leave prior and after confinement, pursuant to a medical report attested by a medical doctor or midwife. The maternity leave does not affect the employee’s entitlement to annual leave. b. An employee is entitled to three working of paid paternity leave upon confinement of his wife, pursuant to a medical report attested by a medical doctor or midwife. c. Following the expiry of maternity leave stipulated in clause (a) of this article, a female employee is entitled to take a break of one hour a day for nine months to nurse her newborn.
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Score: 526792.2 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_820269/lang--en/index.htm
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Ms Leila AZOURI (Lebanon)   [Appointed in 2014] Doctor of Law; Professor of Labour Law at the Faculty of Law at Sagesse University, Beirut; Director of Research at the Doctoral School of Law of the Lebanese University; former Director of the Faculty of Law of the Lebanese University until 2016; member of the Executive Bureau of the National Commission for Lebanese Women; Chairperson of the national commission responsible for the preparation of the reports submitted by the Government of Lebanon to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) until 2017; legal expert for the Arab Women Organization until 2017; member of the “ILO Policy Advisory Committee on Fair Migration” in the Middle East.  (...) Mr Rachid FILALI MEKNASSI (Morocco)   [Appointed in 2009] Doctor of Law; former Professor at the University Mohammed V of Rabat; member of the Higher Council of Education, Training and Scientific Research; consultant with national and international public bodies, including the World Bank, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and UNICEF; National Coordinator of the ILO project “Sustainable Development through the Global Compact” (2005–08).  (...) Mr Raymond RANJEVA (Madagascar)  [ Appointed in 2008 ] President of the Madagascar National Academy of Arts, Letters and Sciences; former member (1991–2009), Vice-President (2003–06) and senior judge (2006–09) of the International Court of Justice (ICJ), and President (2005) of the Chamber formed by the ICJ to deal with the Benin/Niger frontier dispute; Bachelor’s degree in Law (1965), University of Madagascar, Antananarivo; Doctorate of Law, University of Paris II; Agrégé of the Faculties of Law and Economics, Public Law and Political Science section, Paris (1972); Doctor honoris causa of the Universities of Limoges, Strasbourg and Bordeaux-Montesquieu; former Professor at the University of Madagascar (1981–91) and other institutions; former First Rector of the University of Antananarivo (1988–90); member of the Malagasy delegation to several international conferences; Head of the Malagasy delegation to the United Nations Conference on Succession of States in respect of Treaties (1976–77); former first Vice-President for Africa of the International Conference of French-speaking Faculties of Law and Political Science (1987–91); member of the Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce; member of the Court of Arbitration for Sport; member and former Vice-President of the Institute of International Law; member of numerous national and international professional and academic societies; Curatorium of the Hague Academy of International Law; member of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace; President of the African Society of International Law since 2012; former Vice-Chairman of the International Law Institute (2015–17); Chairperson of the ILO Commission of Inquiry on Zimbabwe; associate of the Académie de Sciences d’Outre-mer (Paris).
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Score: 636709.77 - https://www.ilo.org/global/sta...WCMS_192093/lang--ru/index.htm
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Ms Leila AZOURI (Lebanon)   [Appointed in 2014] Doctor of Law; Professor of Labour Law at the Faculty of Law at Sagesse University, Beirut; Director of Research at the Doctoral School of Law of the Lebanese University; former Director of the Faculty of Law of the Lebanese University until 2016; member of the Executive Bureau of the National Commission for Lebanese Women; Chairperson of the national commission responsible for the preparation of the reports submitted by the Government of Lebanon to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) until 2017; legal expert for the Arab Women Organization until 2017; member of the “ILO Policy Advisory Committee on Fair Migration” in the Middle East.  (...) Mr Rachid FILALI MEKNASSI (Morocco)   [Appointed in 2009] Doctor of Law; former Professor at the University Mohammed V of Rabat; member of the Higher Council of Education, Training and Scientific Research; consultant with national and international public bodies, including the World Bank, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and UNICEF; National Coordinator of the ILO project “Sustainable Development through the Global Compact” (2005–08).  (...) Mr Raymond RANJEVA (Madagascar)  [ Appointed in 2008 ] President of the Madagascar National Academy of Arts, Letters and Sciences; former member (1991–2009), Vice-President (2003–06) and senior judge (2006–09) of the International Court of Justice (ICJ), and President (2005) of the Chamber formed by the ICJ to deal with the Benin/Niger frontier dispute; Bachelor’s degree in Law (1965), University of Madagascar, Antananarivo; Doctorate of Law, University of Paris II; Agrégé of the Faculties of Law and Economics, Public Law and Political Science section, Paris (1972); Doctor honoris causa of the Universities of Limoges, Strasbourg and Bordeaux-Montesquieu; former Professor at the University of Madagascar (1981–91) and other institutions; former First Rector of the University of Antananarivo (1988–90); member of the Malagasy delegation to several international conferences; Head of the Malagasy delegation to the United Nations Conference on Succession of States in respect of Treaties (1976–77); former first Vice-President for Africa of the International Conference of French-speaking Faculties of Law and Political Science (1987–91); member of the Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce; member of the Court of Arbitration for Sport; member and former Vice-President of the Institute of International Law; member of numerous national and international professional and academic societies; Curatorium of the Hague Academy of International Law; member of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace; President of the African Society of International Law since 2012; former Vice-Chairman of the International Law Institute (2015–17); Chairperson of the ILO Commission of Inquiry on Zimbabwe; associate of the Académie de Sciences d’Outre-mer (Paris).
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Households with children are increasingly faced with tough choices, such as not seeing a doctor when a child falls ill, spending less on them generally, or even resorting to child labor or marriage.
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Score: 380844.43 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_783117/lang--en/index.htm
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Ms Leila AZOURI (Lebanon)   [Appointed in 2014] Doctor of Law; Professor of Labour Law at the Faculty of Law at Sagesse University, Beirut; Director of Research at the Doctoral School of Law of the Lebanese University; former Director of the Faculty of Law of the Lebanese University until 2016; member of the Executive Bureau of the National Commission for Lebanese Women; Chairperson of the national commission responsible for the preparation of the reports submitted by the Government of Lebanon to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) until 2017; legal expert for the Arab Women Organization until 2017; member of the “ILO Policy Advisory Committee on Fair Migration” in the Middle East.  (...) Mr Rachid FILALI MEKNASSI (Morocco)   [Appointed in 2009] Doctor of Law; former Professor at the University Mohammed V of Rabat; member of the Higher Council of Education, Training and Scientific Research; consultant with national and international public bodies, including the World Bank, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and UNICEF; National Coordinator of the ILO project “Sustainable Development through the Global Compact” (2005–08).  (...) Mr Raymond RANJEVA (Madagascar)  [ Appointed in 2008 ] President of the Madagascar National Academy of Arts, Letters and Sciences; former member (1991–2009), Vice-President (2003–06) and senior judge (2006–09) of the International Court of Justice (ICJ), and President (2005) of the Chamber formed by the ICJ to deal with the Benin/Niger frontier dispute; Bachelor’s degree in Law (1965), University of Madagascar, Antananarivo; Doctorate of Law, University of Paris II; Agrégé of the Faculties of Law and Economics, Public Law and Political Science section, Paris (1972); Doctor honoris causa of the Universities of Limoges, Strasbourg and Bordeaux-Montesquieu; former Professor at the University of Madagascar (1981–91) and other institutions; former First Rector of the University of Antananarivo (1988–90); member of the Malagasy delegation to several international conferences; Head of the Malagasy delegation to the United Nations Conference on Succession of States in respect of Treaties (1976–77); former first Vice-President for Africa of the International Conference of French-speaking Faculties of Law and Political Science (1987–91); member of the Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce; member of the Court of Arbitration for Sport; member and former Vice-President of the Institute of International Law; member of numerous national and international professional and academic societies; Curatorium of the Hague Academy of International Law; member of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace; President of the African Society of International Law since 2012; former Vice-Chairman of the International Law Institute (2015–17); Chairperson of the ILO Commission of Inquiry on Zimbabwe; associate of the Académie de Sciences d’Outre-mer (Paris).
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Score: 636709.77 - https://www.ilo.org/global/sta...WCMS_192093/lang--en/index.htm
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Children goes through regular medical examinations and get medicines as needed. Doctors have helped his sister get rid of her allergies, and Orif was cured of worms.
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Score: 479261.77 - https://www.unicef.org/uzbekistan/en/migration-story-of-orif
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Mothers with COVID-19 should wear a mask when feeding their baby; wash hands before and after touching the baby; and routinely clean and disinfect surfaces; Continue to hold the newborn and perform skin-to-skin care; Ask their midwife or doctor where they feel is the safest place to give birth and have a birth plan in place to reduce anxiety and to ensure they get to the place on time; Continue medical support, including routine immunizations, after the baby is born.
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Score: 380844.43 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam...mic-threatened-strained-health
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Yo escuché que decían que iban a venir unos doctores”, comenta la mujer maya de origen Q'anjob'al. Esos “doctores” eran Gabriela y su equipo, que detectaron que Floridalma tenía desnutrición aguda severa, con lesiones en la piel, alopecia, cambios en el color del cabello e hinchazón.
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Score: 508729.2 - https://www.unicef.org/guatema...%C3%B1os-con-desnutrici%C3%B3n
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If you have been fully vaccinated but are showing symptoms of COVID-19, you should contact your doctor about whether you should get tested. Read more about COVID-19 vaccines  and explore what you need to know before, during and after getting vaccinated .
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Score: 450178.17 - https://www.unicef.org/cambodi...-need-know-about-delta-variant
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Search results HIV/AIDS Available in: English русский кыргызча Blog post 09 June 2020 Village Health Committees are at work for HIV Supported by UNAIDS and UNICEF, the Village Health Committees (VHC) work throughout the country to support doctors in delivering key messages about HIV Press release 09 July 2018 When HIV unites people... In Kyrgyzstan, over 200 doctors, psychologists, social workers, caregivers and adolescents living with HIV from four Central Asian countries participate in seminar on pediatric HIV treatment and a therapeutic camp.
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Score: 688821.24 - https://www.unicef.org/kyrgyzstan/topics/hivaids
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