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Each couple is given a visual book to guide their home practice, usable by literate and non-literate couples. (...) The Faith Leader and couples guides contain asapirational images of couples conveyed in emotional and evocative illustrations. (...) Becoming One Faith Leaders’ Guide Becoming One Couples’ Guide IPA (2018) The Impact of Faith-Based Couples’ Cousneling on Relationship Dynamics and IPV in Uganda
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Score: 797370.2 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...me-summary-Becoming-one-en.pdf
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ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector Document APC-1185 Study Group 16 June 2, 1997 Rapporteur Meeting Hertzliya, June 10-13 1997 Source: Cisco Systems (USA) Title: QoS Control in H.Loosely-Coupled using RSVP Purpose: Proposal This document only addresses resource reservation for H.Loosely -Coupled terminals [1] using RSVP [2]. (...) An H.Loosely-Coupled terminal receives a public announcement about the H.323 conference. (...) To release the reserved resources for a multicast stream, an H.Loosely-Coupled terminal should send a ResvTear message. To prune itself from a multicast tree, an H.Loosely-Coupled terminal should send an IGMP Leave message.
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Score: 784884.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...997-2000/9706_Her/APC-1185.doc
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There is promising evidence from high-income countries of the benefits of couples therapy for reducing violence in relationships including couples with a history of mild-moderate situational violence.9 However, these benefits may be variable across couples. (...) Unite for a Better Life (UBL) Designed to reduce IPV in heterosexual couples. Delivered group- based sessions in context of Ethiopian coffee ceremonies to men only, women only and couples groups. (...) Indashyikirwa (Rwanda) has a Couples’ Curriculum Training Module, with interactive trainings and take-home exercises to help reduce violence among couples.
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Score: 782196.4 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...hip-skills-strengthened-en.pdf
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Like H.323, H.Loosely-Coupled allows more than one channel of each type to be in use. (...) Mandatory features of H.Loosely-Coupled Terminals The H.Loosely-Coupled terminals come in two flavors: H.Loosely-Coupled receivers (RTP receivers) and H.Loosely-Coupled Transmitters/Receivers (H.323 terminals). It is possible to only implement an H.Loosely-Coupled receiver. An H.Loosely-Coupled receiver shall comply with the mandatory requirements of the RTP/RTCP standard.
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Score: 780502 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...993-1996/9612_Bou/AVC-1055.ww6
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It aimed to shift attitudes, behaviours and norms that support IPV among couples and wider communities. It had four key components • Intensive participatory training with couples (Couples Curriculum). • Community-based activism led by a subset of individuals that completed the couples’ curriculum and received additional training. • Direct support to survivors of IPV through women’s safe spaces. • Training and engagement of opinion leaders. (...) COUPLES CURRICULUM Aim: ● To support equitable, non-violent relationships. (...) A lottery was used to select from interested couples. Numbers: ● In each of 56 clusters, 15 adult heterosexual couples were trained (840 couples total) weekly from November 2015 to May 2016.
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Score: 777515.2 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...e-summary-Indashyikirwa-en.pdf
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HIV-serodiscordant couples who would like to have children, are often inadequately supported. (...) Special Supplement View the supplement A special supplement, Achieving pregnancy safely by HIV-serodiscordant couples , has been published in The Journal of the International AIDS Society, which highlights the needs of couples affected by HIV who would like children, including the critical importance of integrating fertility screening and HIV treatment and prevention services. (...) These provide a wide range of perspectives from healthcare providers and HIV-serodiscordant couples, with a particular focus on sub-Saharan Africa.
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Score: 776516.8 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...inkages/fertility-care-hiv/en/
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., 10/700 ITU-T and 1.2/50 combination) and coupling/decoupling methods were tested (Figure 2.9-4). It was necessary to test the coupling and decoupling units to confirm the induced waveform and current value, which depended on them (Figure 2.9-5). (...) Figure 2.9-4 – Example of experimental set-up Figure 2.9-5 – Waveform difference by coupling methods Figure 2.9-6 – Experimental results Miti(08)_F2.9-4 Access network system Coupling deviceDecoupling device AC mains L or R L or R Surge generator C Miti(08)_F2.9-5 Generator Generator Observed waveform type 2Observed waveform type 1 Time [ms] Time [ms] Coupled by 9-mF capacitor Coupled by varistor Waveform induced to power unit 40 30 20 10 0 – 10 – 20 – 30 – 40 500 400 300 200 100 0 – 100 – 200 – 300 – 400 – 500 – 1000 0 1000 – 500 0 1000 20002000 Miti(08)_F2.9-6
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Score: 775520.95 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...tigation-part2-merged-E_58.pdf
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., 10/700 ITU-T and 1.2/50 combination) and coupling/decoupling methods were tested (Figure 2.9-4). It was necessary to test the coupling and decoupling units to confirm the induced waveform and current value, which depended on them (Figure 2.9-5). (...) L or R Access network C AC mains L or R system Decoupling device Coupling device Surge generator Miti(08)_F2.9-4 Figure 2.9-4 – Example of experimental set-up Observed waveform type 1 Observed waveform type 2 500 400 300 200 100 0 – 100 – 200 – 300 – 400 – 500 40 30 20 10 0 – 10 – 20 – 30 – 40 – 1000 0 1000 2000 – 500 0 1000 2000 Time [ms] Time [ms] Generator Generator Coupled by 9-mF capacitor Coupled by varistor Miti(08)_F2.9-5 Waveform induced to power unit Figure 2.9-5 – Waveform difference by coupling methods Miti(08)_F2.9-6 Figure 2.9-6 – Experimental results – 3 – Case study 2.9
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Score: 775520.95 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...gation/WebSearch/page0058.html
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\nResistibility testing needs to test for lightning transients coupled into a network by magnetic induction, earth potential rise, resistive coupling and transient coupling by a voltage-limiting operation of surge protective functions or flashover. (...) It is also possible for alternating current (AC) mains power faults to couple into the network.\nRecommendation ITU-T K.147 covers the different Ethernet implementations, their configurations, how surges are coupled into the system and what surge mitigation measures are used. (...) Resistibility testing needs to test for lightning transients coupled into a network by magnetic induction, earth potential rise, resistive coupling and transient coupling by a voltage-limiting operation of surge protective functions or flashover.
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Score: 774544.1 - https://www.itu.int/t/aap/recdetails/10025
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Mandatory features of H.Loosely-Coupled Terminals The H.Loosely-Coupled terminals come in two flavors: H.Loosely-Coupled receivers (RTP receiving terminals) and H.Loosely-Coupled Transmitters/Receivers (H.323 terminals). It is possible to only implement an H.Loosely-Coupled receiver. An H.Loosely-Coupled receiver shall comply with the mandatory requirements of RTP/RTCP, SDP and H.Loosely-Coupled. An H.Loosely-Coupled transmitter/receiver shall comply with the mandatory requirements of H.323 and H.Loosely-Coupled.
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Score: 773425.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...997-2000/9703_Gen/TD38_WP2.doc
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