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GENERAL ASSEMBLY OFFICIAL RECORDS, 68TH SESSION :101ST PLENARY MEETING, THURSDAY, 10 JULY 2014, NEW YORK
Many more countries than in 2011 now have national plans and policies to combat NCDs, as well as specialized Government branches to implement such programmes. (...) The demons that we must combat are not the individual ingredients but bad habits. (...) It is necessary to take as a reference point the primary role of lifestyle-based interventions, including combating physical inactivity, to reject data that are not supported Ms.
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QUADRENNIAL REPORTS FOR THE PERIOD 2005-2008 SUBMITTED BY NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS IN CONSULTATIVE STATUS WITH THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL THROUGH THE SECRETARY-GENERAL PURSUANT TO COUNCIL RESOLUTION 1996/31 : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Reduce child mortality: We fully supported our Government in its endeavours to combat perinatal mortality of babies and mothers. (...) MAHAK has been active helping children with cancer and their families and supporting more than 13,000 cancer-stricken children including Iraqi and Afghan refugee children with cancer. (...) It also organized events and campaigns every year in November as part of the global campaign to combat violence against women. Many of these activities were organized in conjunction with, or had the participation of, UNIFEM.
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Countries to adopt 10 targets to combat noncommunicable diseases Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific Countries Countries in the WHO South-East Asia Region: Bangladesh Bhutan Democratic People’s Republic of Korea India Indonesia Maldives Myanmar Nepal Sri Lanka Thailand Timor-Leste When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. South-East Asia Home Health topics All health topics » A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Popular topics >>   Immunization Infant and young child feeding Health financing Health workforce   Health data and health information systems Traditional medicine Essential Medicines Tuberculosis  Featured topic >> Infant and young child feeding ©WHO/Christopher Black A health worker is feeding a baby with mashed food © Credits Our work Vaccine preventable disease>> Universal health coverage>> Resources>> Publications Data Flagships News Newsroom >> News releases Media Statements Feature stories Opinion Editorials World Health Day 2021 News releases World Health Day 2021 Featured story >> Step up efforts to eliminate measles: WHO © WHO SEARO/ Mehak Sethi © Credits Emergencies Outbreaks and emergencies COVID-19 Emergency Operations Country Health Emergency Preparedness & IHR Infectious Hazard Management Health Emergency Information & Risk Assessment South East Asia School in ORPHES Searhef Thailand becomes first in SEAR with WHO classified emergency medical team Health Ministers Commit to Emergency Preparedness Major Earthquake Hits Sulawesi, Indonesia About Overview >> Our focus Where we work Governance >> Regional Director Regional Committee Seventy-fourth Session of the Regional Committee Careers >> Contact Us >> From vision to results: advancing health for billions in the South-East Asia Region  Home / News / Detail / Countries to adopt 10 targets to combat noncommunicable diseases Countries to adopt 10 targets to combat noncommunicable diseases 5 September 2013 News release India SEAR/PR/1561 New Delhi : Eleven South-East Asian countries are expected to adopt 10 targets to prevent and control noncommunicable diseases by 2025. (...) Four major NCDs – cardiovascular diseases, chronic respiratory diseases, cancers and diabetes together kill the largest number of people in the Region.
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Score: 1001035.45 - https://www.who.int/southeasta...ombat-noncommunicable-diseases
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SUMMARY RECORD (PARTIAL) OF THE 35TH MEETING, HELD AT THE PALAIS WILSON, GENEVA, ON THURSDAY, 15 NOVEMBER 2012 : COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, 49TH SESSION
Sadi asked if the great strides made in combating poverty had also resulted in decreased malnutrition, and requested information about any specific efforts to combat malnutrition, such as providing free meals in schools. (...) While much remained to be done, great efforts were being made to combat sexual violence against minors. E/C.12/2012/SR.35 6 GE.12-47729 22. (...) The figure of 10 per cent of women who died as a result of illegal abortions was accurate, but was well below the Latin American average of 37 per cent. 24. The country’s cancer rate was within international levels, but there was an important national strategy to combat cancer, particularly breast and prostate cancer.
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Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) science conversation Find out more Feature stories All → 1 November 2021 Feature story Reaching the unreached: Combatting tuberculosis in the Rohingya refugee camps 7 October 2021 Feature story Voices from the field: Rolling out a COVID-19 vaccination campaign in the world’s largest refugee camp WHO Representative to Bangladesh Dr Bardan Jung Rana About Us WHO Bangladesh Health Emergencies See updates → Events All → Year of the Health and Care Workers 2021 ACT-Accelerator campaign launch 9 February 2022 15:00 – 16:00 CET Working together in 2022 towards realizing food and nutrition commitments 9 February 2022 16:00 – 17:15 CET News from WHO → 4 February 2022 Statement IAEA/WHO Joint Statement on Reducing Inequity in Access to Cancer Care through Rays of Hope Initiative 3 February 2022 Highlights First Steering Committee meeting - MPTF 3 February 2022 Departmental news World Cancer Day: closing the care gap Regional news → 4 February 2022 News release Urgently address gaps in cancer care: WHO 30 January 2022 Statement World Leprosy Day: United for Dignity 8 January 2022 News release Strict implementation of public health and social measures a must to arrest the surge: WHO Facebook Youtube All → Publications All → Regional status report on drowning in South-East Asia 22 July 2021 | Download Report of first Global School-based Student Health Survey (GSHS), Bangladesh, 2014 3 February 2020 | Download National STEPS survey for non-communicable diseases risk factors in Bangladesh 2018 30 June 2020 | Download Quick links Media centre Head of WHO Office Procurement Careers Regional links Data Publications Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 999069.7 - https://www.who.int/Bangladesh
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 13TH SESSION, OFFICIAL RECORDS, 3RD COMMITTEE, 876TH MEETING, TUESDAY, 11 NOVEMBER, 1958, NEW YORK
At the current stage of the development of medical science, effective means were available for combating the majority of the known diseases. Epidemics which had formerly threatened whole populations had been virtually eliminated; great strides had been made in the study of micro-organisms; medical practitioners now had a much more profound understanding of the human organism and could therefore make more reliable diagnoses; and the production of medicines and other means of combating disease, such as radio- active isotopes, had progressed immeasurably. (...) A joint effort could be made to combat a number of prevalent and dangerous diseases. (...) The President of the United States had shown the same understanding in his "State of the Union" message of January 1958, in which hehademphasizedthatmalaria could now be eradicated and had indicated the United States Government's willingness to co-operate with the USSR in efforts to combat cancer and cardiac diseases. The President had been supported by the United States Senate, which in August1958hadadopted a resolution inviting countries, through WHO, to dis- cuss the feasibility of a world health year. 26.
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Impact of COVID-19 on cancer care globally has been ‘profound’, warns WHO  The COVID-19 pandemic has had a “profound” impact on cancer diagnosis and treatment globally, the UN health agency said on Tuesday.  (...) To state it simply, the consequences of the pandemic on cancer control efforts have been profound.”  Although countries “of all income levels” have been affected, Dr Ilbawi said that wealthier nations, including the Netherlands, had countered the pandemic’s impact on cancer care with special programmes offering speedier access to diagnosis and treatment for those displaying symptoms.   (...) The report also documents serious violations by security and defence forces during operations against ADF combatants, with 22 civilians killed in the first half of last year, nine women and 12 children sexually abused and 81 arrested arbitrarily. 
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The major NCDs of cardiovascular and chronic respiratory diseases, diabetes and cancers alone account for more than 8 out of 10 deaths in the region . (...) This is why we have developed and are implementing a National Strategy for combatting NCDs , which localises global guidelines and sets forth realistic, achievable actions for our entire community. (...) As a Commissioner, I look forward to being part of the global discussion to come up with practical solutions that can be applied in the Pacific”. Combatting NCDs, and promoting mental health and wellbeing, are major priorities for WHO in the Pacific.
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Score: 995137.7 - https://www.who.int/westernpac...on-on-noncommunicable-diseases
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CONSIDERATION OF REPORTS SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES UNDER ARTICLE 18 OF THE CONVENTION PURSUANT TO THE SIMPLIFIED REPORTING PROCEDURE : CONVENTION ON THE ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN : 7TH AND 8TH PERIODIC REPORTS OF STATES PARTIES DUE IN 2017 : ROMANIA
Also, in October 2006 the Institute organized a seminar on combating all forms of racial violence with 24 magistra tes and a representative from the Ombudsman. 4. (...) Three additional seminars were organized on combating discrimination with 64 magistrates and 4 experts from the MoJ and the Superior Council of Magistracy (SCM). 5. (...) In 2009, 4 seminars on combating discrimination have been organized with 45 magistrates (27 judges and 18 prosecutors).
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Select language Select language English 中文 Western Pacific Australia Home / News / Detail / “Stop hepatitis B and liver cancer. Vaccinate at birth”: The Regional Immunization Week message for the Western Pacific Region “Stop hepatitis B and liver cancer. (...) Chronic (long-) hepatitis B infection can lead to serious and potentially fatal complications like liver cirrhosis and liver cancer. An estimated 600 000 people die worldwide each year from causes related to hepatitis B. (...) “That’s an achievable target, but to reach it we need greater awareness among the public and the health-care sector, along with continued investment,” said Dr Mark Jacobs, Director of the Division of Combating Communicable Diseases in the WHO Western Pacific Region.
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