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SDG 4 encompasses the acquisition of foundational skills in literacy and numeracy; analytical, problem-solving and other high-level cognitive, interpersonal and social skills; and skills, values and attitudes that enable citizens to lead healthy and fulfilled lives, make informed decisions, and respond to local and global challenges like biodiversity loss (SDG 15) and ocean protection (SDG 14) through education for sustainable development (ESD).
Langue:Anglais
Ponctuation: 69.18 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...20concept%20note%20May2022.pdf
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We propose the following targets: * Increase the levels of physical, cognitive, motor, emotional and social development for boys and girls between 0 and 5 years * Reduce the rates of children suffering from malnutrition * Ensure the establishment of environments suitable for the healthy development of children * Put an end to the infant mortality, of children under the age of five years, due to preventable diseases * Ensure the establishment of environments suitable for the healthy development of children and young people * Ensure that all new health centers are built following the construction security codes to make them resistant to the occurrence of disasters, by 2030 (Disaster Resilient Construction) * Reduce the incidence of HIV/AIDS, TB, malaria, tropical diseases and non-communicable diseases. * Achieve universal coverage in health from contributory and non-contributory systems * Reduce the percentage of pocket expenditures on health * Increase the number of doctors and health workers per 100 thousand inhabitants (%) * Achieving universal coverage of the full vaccination scheme in less than a year. * Reduce the rate of maternal mortality (%) * Reduce the number of live births by caesarean section in first time mothers (%) * Ensure that the number of medical units have essential inputs for the obstetric care (%) * Reduce the prevalence of overweight in children and adults (%) * Reduce the diabetes mortality rate (%) * Improve the early detection of breast and cervical cancer, and increase the years of survival * Reduce the homicide rate in adolescents and young people Employment and decent work for all We propose the following targets: * Increase the number of decent work and living conditions (%) * Reduce the number of young people who have not had access to education, employment and training (%) * Strengthen the production capacity facilitating the access to financial services and infrastructure such as transportation and Information and communications technology * Ensure a basic income guarantee for vulnerable populations affected by 2030 * Provide access for small and medium sized enterprises to financial services * Increase the proportion of gainful employees with access to social security * Increase the proportion of workers who have access to a pension scheme * Reduce the proportion of people employed in the informal economy as a percentage of the total workforce * Increase the proportion of gainful employment * Reduce the number of young people not attending school and not working (%) * Increase the ratio of employed population and working-age population (%) * Reduce wage income gaps between female and male Water and sanitation Se debe tomar en cuenta la interdependencia entre energía, agua y alimentación.
Langue:Anglais
Ponctuation: 130.1 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...files/statements/7867peru3.pdf
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Inclusion of women in policy, and programming and implementation in the clean energy sector Unrecorded/ undiscovered CO2 emissions (sources) yet to be added to calculations Failure to restrict emissions according to levels determined by science Interlinkages between action and impacts of different countries need to be made compelling Accelerating impacts outpacing expectations and societal response rate Addressing global poverty in rich and poor countries and the highly unequal distribution of household’s wealth across and within nations Equality, Dignity Deepening structural inequalities; conflict Broader dissemination of productivity- enhancing (smartphones) and life-saving technologies. Innovation in cognitive-behavioural interventions to enhance voice and agency Enhanced access to basic services, social protection, Universal Health Care Growth no longer guarantees reduced unemployment and poverty Establishing institutional mechanisms and partnership from global to regional, national, and local levels Freedom; Accountability Break down of trust; institutional inertia and inaction Existing institutional arrangements, characterized by vertical properties, do not function well for complex sustainable development problems Institutional experimentation; decentralized responses with broader stakeholder involvement Implementation & governance challenge posed by integrated nature of 2030 Agenda Alternative economic models that decouple economic growth from resource use and minimize environmental degradation Respect for nature, Equality Vested interests; political economy New technologies and business models; disruption and innovation Development perceived as synonymous with GDP growth; path dependence and lock-in Focus on consumption and production; pricing of environmental externalities Possibility of sustainability transition 90 | remains an emerging issue.
Langue:Anglais
Ponctuation: 21.13 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...1Chapter5_GSDR2016_booklet.pdf
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Some of those consequences include poor cognition and educational performance, low adult wages, lost productivity and, when accompanied by excessive weight gain later in childhood, an increased risk of nutrition-related chronic diseases in adult life. (...) It is also closely linked with child development in several domains including cognitive, language and sensory-motor capacities. How can you stop stunting?
Langue:Anglais
Ponctuation: 205.03 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...11-2015-stunting-in-a-nutshell
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Getting fathers involved in children’s development is critical, and studies show that this has a significant effect on their neuro- cognitive development, and sets them up for success as adults.
Langue:Anglais
Ponctuation: 137.65 - https://www.unicef.org/tanzani.../it-takes-village-raise-parent
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Faecal contamination of the environment and poor hygiene practices remain a leading cause of child mortality, morbidity, undernutrition and stunting, and can potentially have negative effects on cognitive development. Poor sanitation can also be a barrier to education and economic opportunity, with women and girls often particularly vulnerable to the consequences of poor sanitation services.
Langue:Anglais
Ponctuation: 166.37 - https://www.unicef.org/documen...-game-plan-end-open-defecation
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Malnourished children can struggle with lifelong consequences, including impaired physical and cognitive development. That’s why UNICEF partnered with Dr.
Langue:Anglais
Ponctuation: 149.57 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...s/taking-bite-out-malnutrition
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In Gaziantep, another UOSSM psychologist uses cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) when working with some depressed Syrian refugees.
Langue:Anglais
Ponctuation: 134.09 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...g-syrians-cope-with-depression
Source de données: un
Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Five in six children under two not getting enough nutrition for growth and brain development - UNICEF 14 October 2016 Available in: English Français Español 中文 UNICEF/UNI116106/Pirozzi NEW YORK, 14 October 2016 –Five in six children under two years old are not fed enough nutritious food for their age, depriving them of the energy and nutrients they need at the most critical time in their physical and cognitive development, according to a new UNICEF report.
Langue:Anglais
Ponctuation: 141.41 - https://www.unicef.org/press-r...ugh-nutrition-growth-and-brain
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