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I don’t have a computer at home so I could only do a bit of online learning on a phone, and homework my teacher gave me. Then my grandfather died.
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Score: 467784.6 - https://www.unicef.org/cambodia/stories/meet-pavchhay
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I like to watch funny shows on the phone. I like to play games with my friends. There are a lot of children around here, from different places and speaking different languages.
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Score: 467784.6 - https://www.unicef.org/cambodia/stories/meet-sreymoch
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However, mentorships and support supervision on malaria have continued virtually through E-platforms or over phone to ensure quality of care. UNICEF Uganda/2020 Related topics COVID-19 Health Malaria Maternal health Newborn health Uganda More to explore Article The water system helped us survive a second war The personal experience of a VHT in fighting COVID-19 in West Nile Read the story Press release 17 August 2022 Millions more children to benefit from malaria vaccine as UNICEF secures supply Visit the page Photo essay Voices of health experts, refugees, community mobilisers on Testimonies about the COVID-19 mass vaccination exercise in refugee settlements See the story Article COVAX mechanism injects new energy into COVID-19 vaccination More refugees in Uganda vaccinated against COVID-19 Read the story Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take action About us Press centre UNICEF in Uganda Our representative Work with us Procurement Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 390643.3 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/...cape-covid-19-only-die-malaria
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The VHTs in Nebbi have access to an SMS-based platform called FamilyConnect, which enables them to register pregnant women and deliver lifecycle-appropriate messages to promote healthy practices, including timely health seeking, however, ever since Brunu’s smart phone broke in June, it has failed to input any medical records. (...) The second day of the phone interview for this report found Brunu at the health center ‘supporting the laboratory technician to carry out an RDT’. (...) Just before the click sounds on my phone, signaling the end of our phone interview Brunu concludes;   ‘Whereas the community leaders were initially skeptical about aspects of my work because to them I was just a VHT, they have gradually accepted my colleagues and I as sources of accurate public health information and important links to the health system particularly during this COVID-19 lock down’.
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Score: 628333.45 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/...ries/day-life-essential-worker
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Published by FiBL and Bio Suisse; Technical leaflets provided by FiBL, Bio Suisse, Agricultural Advisory Service for the German and French speaking parts of Switzerland; Agroscope centres, organic marketing associations, private companies and consultancy firms; bioaktuell.ch: Internet platform for Swiss organic farmers; Training at FiBL and at the agricultural education and training centres; Advice by phone provided by FiBL, Bio Suisse, Bio.Inspecta AG ( www.bio-inspecta.ch ), Bio Test Agro ( www.bio-test-agro.ch ), agricultural education and training centres, Agricultural Advisory Service for the German and French speaking parts of Switzerland, Agroscope centres; Mailing provided by Bio Suisse, member organisations of Bio Suisse, Agroscope centres, organic marketing associations, private companies and consultancy firms; Group advice is provided by FiBL, Bio Inspecta, Bio Test Agro, agricultural education and training centres, organic marketing associations, private companies and consultancy firms; Individual farm advice provided by FiBL, Bio Suisse, Bio Inspecta, Bio Test Agro, agricultural education and training centres, organic marketing associations, private companies and consultancy firms; Articles in specialised farmers’ magazines and public newspapers In 1995, the research coordination group of Agroscope and FiBL started its work.
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Score: 256629.44 - https://www.fao.org/organicag/...ntry-profiles/switzerland0/ru/
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Les évaluations du cycle de vie montrent que dans les systèmes de production conventionnels, les émissions sont toujours supérieures à celles des systèmes biologiques, en fonction des zones de production.
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Score: 462067.2 - https://www.fao.org/organicag/...lfeatures/oa-climatechange/fr/
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The participants showed much interest and enthusiasm as they learned about setting up and using emails for communication and information sharing,  engaging in  social media for online marketing, using smart  phones  and the internet for improved outreach and marketing,  deploying  mobile apps for data collection and analysis,  generating and reading  QR code s for quality check and referencing ,  and  deploying traceability for  branding and quality control .   (...) Mr Narayan said all the partners were excited and willing to contribute their best  in making the training  successful , adding that he was amazed to see how the  farmers  could take up technologies like QR code, mobile  app based  data entering and photo editing using smart phones and how often they use Facebook .   Jiwaka  Provincial Administrator Michael  Wandil  thanked the partners for choosing  Jiwaka  as a  pilot province and taking the program  to  where  some of PNG ’s  hardworking   farmers  live and do their farming.  (...) During the closing, Provincial Agriculture Manager  Febian   Api  made a commitment to supply 20 smart phones to the participants. Mr  Api  also announced  to share  a tractor  at the provincial headquarters  for  farmers  to use in  plough ing  their farms.  
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Score: 619918.26 - https://www.fao.org/papua-new-...ws/detail-events/fr/c/1154606/
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destination countries Bolstering the efforts to ensure decent working conditions for women migrants in Thai construction sector EU, ILO and UN Women work to promote women migrant workers’ right to organize in workplaces and communities Establishing synergies and strategies to better protect women migrant workers Tags: migrant workers, partnerships Regions and countries covered: Asia, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Viet Nam, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia Tools A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Safe and Fair: Realizing women migrant workers' rights and opportunities in the ASEAN region Key resources Safe and Fair programme facsheet [pdf 3062KB] Indonesia fact sheet for Safe and Fair Programme [pdf 196KB] See also Publications A very beautiful but heavy jacket: The experiences of migrant workers with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression in South-East Asia [pdf 5341KB] Perlindungan responsif gender 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Score: 541230.9 - https://www.ilo.org/asia/proje...WCMS_632458/lang--en/index.htm
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