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Global Goals – a complex answer to complicated times | UN DESA | United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Department of Economic and Social Affairs Search UN DESA Home About UN DESA Who we are What we do Leadership DESA Divisions Advisory Board Global Online Policy Dialogue Series ECESA Conferences & Summits Organigramme Key Issues Intergovernmental Support SDG Knowledge Population Dynamics Public Institutions Sustainable Financing Social Inclusion Statistics Economic Analysis Forests News UN DESA Voice Publications Publications Working Papers Policy Briefs Multimedia Library Videos Infographics Calendar Contact Us COVID-19 Webinars Home About UN DESA Who we are What we do Leadership DESA Divisions Advisory Board Global Online Policy Dialogue Series ECESA Conferences & Summits Organigramme Key Issues Intergovernmental Support SDG Knowledge Population Dynamics Public Institutions Sustainable Financing Social Inclusion Statistics Economic Analysis Forests News UN DESA Voice Publications Publications Working Papers Policy Briefs Multimedia Library Videos Infographics Calendar Contact Us COVID-19 Webinars Home News Global Goals – a complex answer to complicated times News Global Goals – a complex answer to complicated times 22 September 2017 , New York Search for “best jobs in the world” on the internet and you are likely to end up with anything from a professional mattress tester to a tropical island caretaker. (...) While challenging from a communications perspective, the complexity of the Global Goals is where the SDG Advocates see its greatest advantage. “We live in complicated times and SDGs are a complicated answer,” says Richard Curtis, SDG Advocate and director of hit movies, such as Notting Hill or Love Actually .
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Score: 683688.9 - https://www.un.org/development...ble/sdg-advocates-at-unga.html
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Bulo was admitted to the Maluakon nutrition stabilization centre a day earlier because along with severe acute malnutrition, he had also developed medical complications. His mother Ahok Geng, coos at him gently, as she lifts him and tries to cheer him up. (...) If untreated it can lead to more health complications. It can kill a child as the body doesn’t have the strength and the immunity to fight simple illnesses such as diarrhoeal diseases and pneumonia. (...) There is a medical doctor on call who attends to any serious medical complication, and a registered nurse like Syollo who has received four years of training on treatment of childhood illnesses and treating malnutrition.
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Score: 683688.9 - https://www.unicef.org/southsu...ion-south-sudan-one-child-time
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‘Once we arrived to the health center, the nurses screened him and told me he has had serious health complications due to the lack of nutrients in his body. (...) Niger has one of the highest number of severely malnourished children with medical complications in the Sahel region.  ‘Look how the intensive treatment room is. (...) Niger’s children can’t wait ‘The majority of the children we see here experienced health complications because they lack optimal feeding practices and food variety at their households.
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Score: 683688.9 - https://www.unicef.org/niger/s...s/hope-nutrition-recovery-room
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But in developing countries, adolescent girls -- many of whom have inadequate information about their changing bodies, lack access to contraceptives, or have become child brides -- face enormous risks from complications of pregnancy and childbirth, which are the leading cause of death for girls between 15 to 19 years old in the developing world. The complications that end these young lives -- hemorrhage, infection, high blood pressure, obstructed labor, unsafe abortion -- are nearly always preventable or treatable, but far too many girls and young women are not being reached by the essential, lifesaving health services that they need. (...) Expanding access to contraception and comprehensive, integrated reproductive health services, to meet the unmet need of millions of young women worldwide, can empower them to control their own fertility; expose them to new educational and economic opportunities; ensure that they have a chance to become productive contributors to their families, communities, and nations; and vastly reduce their risk of death from complications of pregnancy and. childbirth. There is a great deal left to do in order to achieve the Millennium Development Goals and the ICPD Progrmÿnme of Action.
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Score: 683008.8 - https://www.un.org/development...nt_familycareinternational.pdf
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A woman in a least developed country is 300 times more likely to die from childbirth or complications than her peer in an industrialized nation. (...) Around the world, every year, more than half a million women die as a result of pregnancy or childbirth complications, including about 70,000 girls and young women aged 15 to 19. Since 1990, complications related to pregnancy and childbirth have killed an estimated 10 million women. 2 What needs to be done?
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Score: 683008.8 - https://www.un.org/development...ndesa_pd_2009_cpd42_unicef.pdf
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South-East Asia Bangladesh Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Health partners responding to chicken pox outbreak in Cox’s Bazar Health partners responding to chicken pox outbreak in Cox’s Bazar 15 January 2019 Media release Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh Responding to an outbreak of chicken pox in the Rohingya refugee camps, health sector partners led by the Ministry of Health and World Health Organization have stepped up surveillance and initiated measures to curtail further spread of the disease and prevent any complications. “Clinicians and health workforce are being trained for identifying chicken pox cases early, and efforts are on to promote preventive measures. (...) It’s a self- limiting disease, but severe complications may arise such as secondary bacterial infections in children, and pneumonia in adults. “Refresher trainings for clinicians and health workers are being conducted to ensure timely diagnosis and referrals to prevent complications” said Dr. Mohammad Abdul Matin, Civil Surgeon, Cox’s Bazar District.
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Score: 682119.9 - https://www.who.int/bangladesh...en-pox-outbreak-in-cox-s-bazar
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For people with diabetes, dealing with a lifelong condition and managing the risk of complications can seem overwhelming, particularly when patients are first diagnosed. (...) However, globally, depression and diabetes have been associated with poor medication adherence, poor glycemic control, increased prevalence of complications, higher healthcare costs and higher risk of mortality. (...) There is a pressing need to improve clinical diagnosis and management of depression in patients with diabetes to minimize the risk of long-term diabetes complications and improve quality of life. News Number of people with depression increases 28 February 2017 Depression: Let’s talk 5 April 2017 World Diabetes Day 2016 14 November 2016 World Diabetes Day - Enhancing prevention, early detection and treatment of Non-Communicable Diseases in Cox’s Bazar 14 November 2019 Fact sheets Diabetes 10 November 2021 Depression 13 September 2021 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: 682119.9 - https://www.who.int/bangladesh...rouble-diabetes-and-depression
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The number of women and girls who died each year from complications of pregnancy and childbirth declined from 451,000 in 2000 to 295,000 in 2017. (...) The number of women and girls who died each year from complications of pregnancy and childbirth declined from 451,000 in 2000 to 295,000 in 2017. (...) The number of women and girls who died each year from complications of pregnancy and childbirth declined from 451,000 in 2000 to 295,000 in 2017.
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Score: 681489.94 - https://www.un.org/en/node/134019
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The number of women and girls who died each year from complications of pregnancy and childbirth declined from 451,000 in 2000 to 295,000 in 2017. (...) The number of women and girls who died each year from complications of pregnancy and childbirth declined from 451,000 in 2000 to 295,000 in 2017. (...) The number of women and girls who died each year from complications of pregnancy and childbirth declined from 451,000 in 2000 to 295,000 in 2017.
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Score: 681489.94 - https://www.un.org/en/academic...good-health-and-wellbeing-quiz
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Air Transport Bureau 4 Findings of Study: Part IFindings of Study: Part I Liberalization not at issue Implications on S/S regulations Liberalization not at issue Implications on S/S regulations Clear need for coherent policyClear need for coherent policy Growth in activity Complex arrangements Going multinational Increase pressure Complicate oversight Air Transport Bureau 5 What are the problem situations? (...) Type 1: Single State involved Having an impact but clear re State’s responsibility Type 1: Single State involved Having an impact but clear re State’s responsibility Concerns: aircraft, air operator, personnelConcerns: aircraft, air operator, personnel Q Type 2: Multiple States involved Complicate accountability and raise questions re State’s responsibility Q Type 2: Multiple States involved Complicate accountability and raise questions re State’s responsibility Type 2: Multiple States involved Complicate accountability and raise questions re State’s responsibility Type 2: Multiple States involved Complicate accountability and raise questions re State’s responsibility Air Transport Bureau 6 Type 2: Case StudyType 2: Case Study TraditionallyTraditionally ChangeChange State A SR, SO, OPTR Pilots State A SR State B SO State C OPTR State D Pilots Split responsibilitySplit responsibility Air Transport Bureau 7 Type 2: Case StudyType 2: Case Study A moving target: LeasingA moving target: Leasing State A SR State B Dry Lease SO1 State C Sub Lease SO2 State D Wet Lease SO3 Owner State Destination State Pilots State X Air Transport Bureau 8 FLT: AA, BB, CC Type 2: Case StudyType 2: Case Study Complex arrangement: Codesharing/Franchising/LeasingComplex arrangement: Codesharing/Franchising/Leasing State B State C State D SR State E Repair & Maintenance State F Franchisor State A SO Franchisee State G Pilots Air Transport Bureau 9 Type 2: Case StudyType 2: Case Study SO1 SO2 Merged Airline Cross border mergersCross border mergers State A State B Air Transport Bureau 10 Findings of Study: Part 2Findings of Study: Part 2 Can existing ICAO provisions address the changes? (...) State of operator) ANB Air Transport Bureau 19 Conclusions: the way forwardConclusions: the way forward Fragmentation of responsibilities is not a problem where handled properly but complicates the accountability for safety oversight Article 83 bis provides a solution when the State of the Operator and the States of Registry are willing to enter in such agreement Fragmentation of responsibilities is not a problem where handled properly but complicates the accountability for safety oversight Article 83 bis provides a solution when the State of the Operator and the States of Registry are willing to enter in such agreement ANB Air Transport Bureau 20 Conclusions: the way forwardConclusions: the way forward State capability to identify the State of the operator would be facilitated by the carriage of a true copy of the AOC (now made mandatory in Annex 6); Additional guidance material of the relation between state of Registry, State of the Operator and operator would be useful (Doc 8335, Cir. 295, etc…) State capability to identify the State of the operator would be facilitated by the carriage of a true copy of the AOC (now made mandatory in Annex 6); Additional guidance material of the relation between state of Registry, State of the Operator and operator would be useful (Doc 8335, Cir. 295, etc…) ANB Leasing and Article 83 bis (Part 2) Different  responsibilities • Leases Within the same State – All responsibilities with one State • Between entities from different States – Each State retains some responsibilities State responsibilities • For leases agreed between two entities within the same State – The State of Registry and the State of the operator is the same • For leases agreed between two entities, each from a different State – The State of the operator is different from the State of Registry Convention and Annexes • State of Registry responsibilities – Certificate of Registration – Certificate of Airworthiness – Flight crew licenses • State of the operator responsibilities – Air Operator certification (AOC) – Surveillance Annex 6, Part I, 4.2.1.1 • 4.2.1.1 An operator shall not engage in commercial air transport operations unless in possession of a valid air operator certificate or equivalent document issued by the State of the Operator.
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Score: 679927.83 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...Documents/7-Yuan-ZhengWang.pdf
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