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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: 291619.82 - https://www.un.org/development...cline-high-fertility-countries
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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: 291619.82 - https://www.un.org/development...cline-high-fertility-countries
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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: 291619.82 - https://www.un.org/development...a/pd/es/taxonomy/term/381/feed
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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.
Language:English
Score: 291619.82 - https://www.un.org/development...a/pd/ru/taxonomy/term/381/feed
Data Source: un
  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: 291619.82 - https://www.un.org/development...a/pd/zh/taxonomy/term/381/feed
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See  Terms and Conditions of ODA Loans | Our Work | JICA  (April 2022). (...) Differentiating the discount rate implies that loans to LDCs or other low-income countries are recorded as a higher level of ODA than a loan extended under the same conditions to other country groups, which could provide an incentive for donors to allocate ODA to LDCs. (...) Faites un don facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Pied de page Conditions d'utilisation Confidentialité de l'information Contactez-nous Courriers frauduleux Droits d'auteur FAQ Index de A à Z
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Score: 291619.82 - https://www.un.org/ldcportal/fr/node/957
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The more expensive the room class, the more money hospital would get. This condition is not only happen in private hospital but also public hospital. (...) Current condition – a non-class hospital service. The hospital does not distinguish the rooms facility. (...) Regarding the medical treatments, all treatments are classified by the diseases and the severity of patients’ condition instead of financial condition of the patients.
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Score: 291552.3 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/5050
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However, the formality of the service varies according to the condition of the house and its family and community context. (...) In all prototypes, there are services that cover all five health dimension, but the service may vary according to the condition of the home and the context of family and community. (...) The condition leads to adjustment of the room to have more light and must be cleaned and the need to throw away some of the items.
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Score: 290882.35 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/3839
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In addition to healthcare workers, those most at risk are older people, adolescents, people with pre-existing mental health conditions and those already caught up in conflict and crisis. (...) Policies must support and care for those affected by mental health conditions, and protect their human rights and dignity. (...) It will be essential to involve people with lived experience of mental health conditions in designing and delivering services. There is no health without mental health.
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Score: 290029.03 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/conte...-mental-health-crisis-pandemic
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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 欢迎来到联合国,您的世界! عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español 经济和社会事务部 可持续发展 Main navigation 首页 了解可持续发展目标 可持续发展目标 关键专题 《2030年可持续发展议程》 能力发展 出版物 全球可持续发展报告 政府间进程 可持续发展高级别 政治论坛 与可持续发展相关的联合国会议和高级别活动 可持续发展目标科学、技术和创新多利益相关方论坛 联合国大会第二委员会 萨摩亚途径 经社理事会伙伴关系论坛 可持续发展高级别政治论坛 小岛屿发展中国家 小岛屿发展中国家 Multidimensional Vulnerability Index for SIDS 伙伴关系 伙伴关系(专题) 伙伴关系平台 ECOSOC Partnership Forum 2022 参与 活动 网络研讨会 成员国 联合国系统 利益相关者参与 新闻 关于我们 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: 289897.85 - https://sdgs.un.org/zh/node/7261
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