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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release UNICEF delivered ultra-cold freezers for COVID-19 vaccines to Ukraine under COVAX 11 October 2021 UNICEF This week UNICEF delivered 3 ultra low temperature freezers for storage of COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine to Ukraine under COVAX. (...) Procurement of additional ultra low temperature freezers allows to increase Ukraine’s storage capacity of the Pfizer vaccine, which requires ultra cold conditions of -60°C… -80°C, at national level.  "In the coming months, we expect weekly deliveries of almost half a million doses of Comirnaty vaccine from Pfizer-BioNTech each, so we need more equipment for logistics chains. Ultra-cold freezers for vaccines will help us safely store this vaccine and protect more and more Ukrainians from the dangerous COVID-19.
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Score: 1485773.2 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/pre...9-vaccines-ukraine-under-covax
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release UNICEF delivered ultra-cold freezers for COVID-19 vaccines to Ukraine under COVAX 23 September 2021 UNICEF Available in: Українська English This week the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) delivered 3 ultra low temperature freezers for storage of COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine to Ukraine under COVAX. (...) Procurement of additional ultra low temperature freezers allows to increase Ukraine’s storage capacity of the Pfizer vaccine, which requires ultra cold conditions of -60°C… -80°C, at national level.    UNICEF "In the coming months, we expect weekly deliveries of almost half a million doses of Comirnaty vaccine from Pfizer-BioNTech each, so we need more equipment for logistics chains. Ultra-cold freezers for vaccines will help us safely store this vaccine and protect more and more Ukrainians from the dangerous COVID-19.
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Score: 1485773.2 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...9-vaccines-ukraine-under-covax
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article HCC, PAHO, OECS, UNICEF launch phase II of regional campaign “Now More Than Ever” to promote healthy Phase II of regional campaign to promote health environments for children and young people UNICEF UNICEF ECA 12 November 2021 BRIDGETOWN 12 November 2021 – There’s never been a more critical time to protect our children and young people from the dangers of an unhealthy lifestyle and promote their overall well-being. (...) The “Now More Than Ever: We Need To Protect Our Children'' campaign seeks to increase awareness and knowledge of the dangers of ultra-processed foods (UPFs), which are high in sugars, fats and salts, and promote proper nutrition and physical activity as essential parts of children’s health, development and overall well-being. (...) “We have very high rates of obesity which is increasing among our children. Ultra processed foods high in sugars, fats and salts have been proven to be exceedingly dangerous to our health.
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Score: 1389398.9 - https://www.unicef.org/eastern...-now-more-ever-promote-healthy
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Idec, as recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for the Brazilian Population, the golden rule for a healthy diet is to consume fresh and minimally processed products and avoid the consumption of ultra-processed products, high in sugars, fats and sodium. (...) According to several meta-analysis and cohort studies developed in different contexts and populations, the consumption of ultra-processed products is related to weight gain, obesity, diabetes, hypertension, and other cardiovascular diseases, depression, cancers in general, breast cancer, childhood asthma, kidney dysfunctions, and premature deaths. (...) Recently, Idec also released the mini documentary “Big Food: the power of the ultra-processed food industries”1, precisely to alert to the immense power that corporations in the ultra-processed food and beverage industry concentrate, nationally and internationally, and about their dangerous relationships with public authorities and decision-makers.
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Score: 1365582.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...-for-consumer-defense-idec.pdf
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Massive humanitarian response plan mobilized to aid ‘ultra-vulnerable’ in COVID-19 fight The UN launched a $2 billion global humanitarian response plan on Wednesday to fund the world’s poorest countries’ fight against the coronavirus threat. “We must come to the aid of the ultra-vulnerable, the millions upon millions of people who are least able to protect themselves”, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said, calling for concerted global action. (...) Download Massive humanitarian response plan mobilized to aid ‘ultra-vulnerable’ in COVID-19 fight Protect health and safety of prisoners, urges UN rights chief Immediate ceasefire needed in Yemen, urges UN chief Audio Credit Matt Wells, UN News Audio Duration 2'32" Photo Credit © UNICEF/Arimacs Wilander health humanitarian aid prisons human rights ceasefire Yemen Resources Navigate the News Information for Broadcasters UN System Links Media Alert UN Journal Meetings Coverage Audiovisual Library Secretary-General All Statements Official Travels Press Encounters SG Twitter Spokesperson's Office Latest Statements Briefing Highlights Briefing Transcripts Notes to Correspondents Find Us UN News App Facebook Twitter YouTube RSS Contact UN News United Nations Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr Instagram Pinterest Soundcloud Podcast UN Social Media Donate Footer menu A-Z Site Index Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 1343972.7 - https://news.un.org/audio/2020/03/1060232
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From inception in 1992, it has been implementing various development activities to uplift the socio-economic and cultural condition of the ultra poor, climate refugees, vulnerable children and women, reduction of poverty and hunger; improve the health and hygiene condition. (...) Main activities The major activities are self help organization building of poor women & development, awareness raising & motivation, women Income & employment creation, human and skill development training, non-formal primary education (adult, adolescent & children), early childhood development and education, basic education and rehabilitation for urban street & working children, elimination of hazardous child labour, nature & environment development & social forestry, prevention of dangerous climate changes, biodiversity management, homestead gardening and nutrition education, regenerative agriculture movement, protection of consumer rights, rights to food safety movement, food security for ultra poor, primary health and adolescent reproductive health care, safe motherhood care & support, promotion of child rights & development, safe drinking water supply and sanitation, STI/HIV AIDS prevention and education, empowerment of coastal fishing communities, upholding rights of Dalits and minorities, access to justice and good governance, civic education, promotion of volunteerism, youth and community development, disseminating gender concept and developing social entrepreneur for stops violence against women & sexual harassments, human rights and legal education, democracy and legal education, increase women participation in political process, reduce gender discrimination, rights of Indigenous & minorities, campaign on stops illegal use of small arms, peace building & peace education, prevention of trafficking and sexually abuse girls children, safety and human rights agricultural & RMG workers, safe working places, workers rights and migrated women rights, safe transportation, tobacco control, ICT education and mobilization, integrated disability in community development, fisheries development & livestock development, arsenic mitigation, sustainable alternative energy resource and improve cook stove use, disaster & risk reduction and early recovery etc. (...) It also becomes more dangerous issue in Bangladesh. Under the Primary Health Care program, ISDE initiated health education, peer development, rally, workshops and orientation program to create awareness about STD/AIDS.
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Score: 1336061 - https://www.who.int/workforcea..._partners/member_list/isde/en/
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Carbon monoxide yields in Lights increased by 36% (4.7 mg), while Ultra Light brands increased 75% (4.9 mg); Lowest Tar brands increased 150% (2.6 mg). (...) The SPT has been validated30 31 33 115 127 and can reliably detect the presence or absence of vent blocking (but not degree of block- ing, as was initially suggested) in many brands (Craven A Special Mild, Carlton, Now, Virginia Slims Ultra Light, Virginia Slims Light, Merit Ultima, Cambridge Ultra Light, Merit, Basic Light, Doral Ultra Light, GPC Ultra Light, Doral Light, Camel Light). (...) Smokers can take false comfort from a lighter taste and a consoling name (such-and-such Ultra Light or Light); and their sm
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Score: 1302962.1 - https://www.who.int/fctc/treat...nts/ArtElevenKozlowskiFive.pdf
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The ‘rural rich’ and the ultra-poor Back in Ha Tšepo, the dust storm is dying down. (...) “That family has nothing. They are ultra-poor,” explains one woman. “A shame, that family. (...) I hope to get any support possible.” “I was also called 'ultra-poor,'" says another woman. "I'm happy with it.
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Score: 1275890 - https://www.unicef.org/stories...othos-most-vulnerable-families
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That is why the centerpiece of this UNICEF campaign is a 60-second animated film,  “Dangers,”  which, along with illustrated animations for social media posts and posters, is based on the relatable insight that kids, by their very nature, are little daredevils who are constantly putting themselves in danger. The video explains that while parents can’t prevent all the dangers their kids get themselves into, they can use vaccination to help prevent the dangers that get into their kids.  (...) For more information about UNICEF and its work for children, visit  https://www.unicef.org/p acificislands/ Follow UNICEF on Twitter and Facebook   Related topics Vaccines Child rights Childrens rights East Asia and the Pacific More to explore Press release 30 September 2022 Tuvalu supported with two 4x4 vehicles to continue strong COVID-19 vaccination efforts Visit the page Blog post Aiming to ‘Give Every Child a Future’ Children across the Pacific to be given life-saving vaccines Read the story Press release 23 June 2022 Kiribati healthcare facilities to benefit from ultra-cold chain equipment to support roll-out of Pfizer vaccines Visit the page Press release 08 May 2022 Australia-UNICEF partnership to boost Solomon Islands’ COVID-19 response efforts with 150,930 doses of Pfizer vaccines Visit the page Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Press centre About us Our representative Where we work Work for UNICEF Contact us Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1197663.5 - https://www.unicef.org/pacific...paign-inspire-support-vaccines
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X.stcv Security Threats security threats in connected vehicles March 2019 X.mdcv Misbehavior Detection (Security-related) security-related misbehavior detection mechanism based on big data analysis for connected vehicles December 2020 ▣ ITU-T SG 17 Q13 standardization is developing a vehicle cybersecurity solution ISO/SAE 21434 : Road Vehicles Cybersecurity Engineering ▣ ISO/SAE 21434 helps to keep a secure vehicle by removing a cybersecurity vulnerability ▣ ISO/SAE 21434 considers not only a cybersecurity but also a safety ISO/SAE 21434 overview Cybersecurity lifecycle Vehicle Cybersecurity Solution ▣ A Standardization researches IDS, HSM, Secure OTA and V2X Security ▣ Vehicle Cybersecurity Solutions apply form a server to ECU for a security and safety Issues on Autonomous Vehicles ▣ Due to inherit danger of road vehicle, we need low latency connection with control system ▣ High & Full Automation Vehicle controls the vehicle dominant over human driver Vehicle control Automation level Driver System Issues on Autonomous Vehicles ▣ 영상 Cybersecurity in Autonomous Vehicle – 5G network 구분 WAVE LTE (Rel.15) 5G (Rel.16) Data Rate >54Mbps >300Mhps >20Gbps Latency ~10ms 20~30ms ~1ms Coverag e 250~300m Approx. several km Approx. several km Mobility >200km/h >160km/h >500km/h Service Required Latency (ms) Data Rate (Mbps) Platooning 10 65 Advanced driving 3 53 Extended sensors 3 1000 Remote driving 5 UL:25 DL:1 TS 22.186 Requirement for autonomous driving Source : 5G use cases and requirements, NOKIA <5G Usage Scenario> Smart City Self Driving CarFuture IMT Massive Machine Type Communication Industry automation Augmented reality Work and play in the cloud 3D video, UHD screens Gigabytes in a second Smart Home/Building Voice Enhanced Mobile Broadband Ultra-reliable and Low Latency Communications ▣ An Autonomous Vehicle’s requirement meets data latency within 1 ms ▣ High & Full Automation Vehicle requires ultra-reliable and low latency communications Cybersecurity in Autonomous Vehicle – SDN in-vehicle network ▣ An Autonomous Vehicle needs to take a reliable and real-time control by system ▣ A Software Defined Network provides a flexibility, reliability and low-latency Cloud Service Big Data Analysis [ECU Module] [ECU Module] [ECU Module] [SDN Switch] [SDN application] API request API response Control Data Control Data Control Data Intrusion Response System for autonomous vehicle RSU Vehicle Incoming attack blocking (via SDN) Detection model updates Warning to nearby vehicle ▣ ‘5G and SDN’ based IRS is optimal solution to block cyber attacks in autonomous vehicles - allowing real-time intrusion response from inside and outside attacks - quick propagation of warning message in a wide area through 5G Network.
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Score: 1169511.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/s...Documents/3.%20Ryu_Hyundai.pdf
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