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Lastly, it reviews the well-known and effective ways of preventing and treating communicable diseases and maternal conditions and of reducing the incidence of non- communicable diseases and injuries. (...) It is also crucial to strengthen health systems to ensure that they are able to deliver the services that communities require, including not only curative care and the treatment of acute conditions, but also preventive care, health promotion and the long-term management of chronic conditions. (...) To improve health outcomes, therefore, efforts to reduce social disparities, through education, improvements in working conditions, and targeted welfare, also need to be pursued.
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Score: 308211.33 - https://www.un.org/development...cpd43_ecn920103guest_item3.pdf
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Those who previously had few experiences of anxiety and distress, may experience an increase in number and intensity of these and some have developed a mental health condition. And those who previously had a mental health condition, may experience a worsening of their condition and reduced functioning. (...) Evidence indicates that in conflict settings 1 in 5 people have a mental health condition.49 The situation of the pandemic may exacerbate existing mental health conditions, induce new conditions and limit access to the already scarce mental health services available. (...) Governments may need to decide not to continue routine care for all health conditions because of risk of infection. The decision to initiate or continue in-person treatment for mild or moderate conditions should be taken on a case-by-case basis.
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Score: 306271.4 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...id_and_mental_health_final.pdf
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. • Research Question: Why did fertility rates continue to decrease after the Great Recession despite improving economic conditions? Fertility Rates Continued to Decrease after the Great Recession Gr ea t R ec es sio n Beyond the Great Recession: Labor Market Polarization and Ongoing Fertility Decline in the United States. Demography. 2019. • Research Question: Why did fertility rates continue to decrease after the Great Recession despite improving economic conditions? • Hypothesis: Structural economic changes to the U.S. labor market – in contrast to cyclical economic changes – might better explain the ongoing decline of fertility rates Jobs in goods-producing industries have decreased Beyond the Great Recession: Labor Market Polarization and Ongoing Fertility Decline in the United States. (...) Swift Recovery augmented by policy interventions Scenario 1: Swift Recovery • Swift reductions in the unemployment rate • Creation of new jobs • Yet, decline in goods-production industries continues at similar pace prior to Covid-19 pandemic • Other pre-Covid economic trends (e.g. contingent work, gig economy, reduction of union covered manufacturing jobs) also continue apace → Fertility rates continue to decline as they did prior to November 2020 Scenario 2: Slow Recovery • Economic recovery takes longer (same pace as Great Recession recovery) • Consumption of goods falls globally • Labor force participation rate does not recover • Increased part-time work at expense of full-time work • Reduction of “good jobs” → Fertility rates decline at a greater rate than scenario 1 Scenario 3: Swift Recovery aided by policy interventions • Government policy interventions promote swift recovery • Family- and worker-focused policies • Child Tax Credit Expansion in the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 • New Manufacturing and Construction jobs proposed in American Jobs Plan → Fertility rates increase as a result of altered structural conditions of the U.S. labor market Final Thoughts • Economic conditions in the past have strongly predicted fertility trends, but are not the full story • A return to “normal” represents a return to ongoing fertility decline • Government policy interventions, both worker- and family-focused, have the potential to increase fertility by altering structural economic conditions in the labor market • Economic recovery in all three scenarios might not be evenly distributed across population subgroups Thank you!
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Score: 305972.12 - https://www.un.org/development...021_egm_session_vi_seltzer.pdf
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Score: 305200.32 - https://unpan.un.org/terms
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If the User is dissatisfied with any Material on this Platform or with any of its Terms and Conditions of Use, the User’s sole and exclusive remedy is to discontinue using the Platform. (...) General The United Nations reserves its exclusive right in its sole discretion to alter, limit or discontinue the Platform or any Materials in any respect and to revise the present Terms and Conditions. The United Nations shall have no obligation to take the needs of any User into consideration in connection therewith. (...) No waiver by the United Nations of any provision of these Terms and Conditions shall be binding except as set forth in writing and signed by its duly authorized representative.                       
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Score: 305200.32 - https://unpan.un.org/index.php/terms
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ILO and EU-Presidency join forces to improve working conditions in small enterprises | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Department of Economic and Social Affairs Sustainable Development Main navigation Home SDG Knowledge Sustainable Development Goals Key Topics 2030 Agenda Capacity Development Publications Global Sustainable Development Report Intergovernmental Processes High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development UN Conferences and High-Level Events related to sustainable development Multi-stakeholder Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation for the SDGs Second Committee of the UN General Assembly ⭧ SAMOA Pathway ECOSOC Partnership Forum ⭧ HLPF SIDS Small Island Developing States Multidimensional Vulnerability Index for SIDS Partnerships About partnerships The Partnership Platform ECOSOC Partnership Forum 2022 Engage Events Webinars Member States UN System Stakeholder Engagement News About ILO and EU-Presidency join forces to improve working conditions in small enterprises Geneva, Switzerland ILO and EU - Presidency Share Background Background Jointly organized by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU), an informal meeting of Ministers of Labour and Social Affairs has agreed on renewed efforts to improve working conditions in small and micro enterprises at the national and international levels.
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Score: 302979.32 - https://sdgs.un.org/events/ilo...ditions-small-enterprises-7261
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The poor socio-economic conditions of women and families limit their capacity to exercise and enjoy their reproductive rights. (...) The connection of development and reproductive health is also manifested in the disparity of economic conditions and reproductive health situations across regions. (...) It specifically aims to contribute to achieving the MDGs. One of its conditions is access to maternal and infant health package and to information on responsible parenthood which include family planning.
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Score: 302833.57 - https://www.un.org/development...11_cpd44_item4_philippines.pdf
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This feature is integrated with the air sensors of the Jakarta Environment Agency, so that the public can monitor the current air conditions in Jakarta. Every region in Jakarta has sensor points to measure ISPU. (...) This feature can accurately show the latest air quality conditions in Jakarta. Aside from being information for the public, the current air condition in Jakarta can also be taken into consideration by the Central Government and Regional Governments in controlling air pollution. " Country: Indonesia Institution: Jakarta Category: Smart City Focus: E-Service Technology: App Links: https://jakarta.go.id/jakispu <<<< BACK TO ALL CASES Liens rapides   Accueil Qui Nous Sommes Nos mandats CEPA Nouvelles & médias Autres liens   UNPAN UNPOG le DAES des Nations Unies Organisation des Nations Unies Assemblée générale Ressources Projets DPIDG Publications Bureau de Développent des Capacités Centre d’actualités de l’ONU Télévision Web de l’ONU Contactez nous Division de l’administration publique et de l’administration numérique (sigle anglais DPIDG), UNDESA . dpidg@un.org 2 UN Plaza, New York, NY 10017 Droits d'auteur | Conditions d'utilisation | Note sur la vie privée | Contact
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Score: 301760.3 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/598
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There is broad agreement about the conditions that favour the onset of fertility transition. (...) However, there is no consensus regarding the specific conditions that need to be present for the transition to begin. Among countries that have begun their fertility transition there exist a variety of circumstances that challenge existing theories of fertility transition and defy simple characterization of the conditions that lead to fertility decline. Thus, determining the prospects for fertility decline for the current high fertility countries requires an examination of the specific conditions in those countries. 
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Score: 300551.05 - https://www.un.org/development/desa/pd/fr/node/829
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There is broad agreement about the conditions that favour the onset of fertility transition. (...) However, there is no consensus regarding the specific conditions that need to be present for the transition to begin. Among countries that have begun their fertility transition there exist a variety of circumstances that challenge existing theories of fertility transition and defy simple characterization of the conditions that lead to fertility decline. Thus, determining the prospects for fertility decline for the current high fertility countries requires an examination of the specific conditions in those countries. 
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Score: 300551.05 - https://www.un.org/development...cline-high-fertility-countries
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