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Search results Child abuse Available in: English Malay Report 22 September 2022 Disrupting Harm Protecting children in Malaysia from online sexual exploitation & abuse Options Available options Disrupting Harm di Malaysia - Repot Penuh (BM) Disrupting Harm Executive Summary (Eng) Disrupting Harm - Ringkasan Advokasi (BM) Disrupting Harm Executive Summary (BM) Disrupting Harm in Malaysia - Launch - Key Findings Presentation Download file (PDF, 2,65 MB) (PDF, 1,06 MB) (PDF, 330,26 KB) (PDF, 522,30 KB) (PDF, 5,82 MB) Press release 21 September 2022 New report finds promising government initiatives to help end online child sexual exploitation and abuse in Malaysia Disrupting Harm report recommends comprehensive sexuality education to protect children Article 21 April 2019 Why you shouldn't share photos of child abuse online You could do more harm than good Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Press centre About UNICEF Vacancies Tenders Contact us Become a donor Footer Secondary Legal Contact us Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 762754.35 - https://www.unicef.org/malaysia/topics/child-abuse
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From the 82 responding States, 19 States, representing 23% of the total respondents, indicated to have a definition or explanation of massive disruption in their national regulation. The majority of States, 60 States, or 73% of the total respondents, do not have a provision on massive disruption in their national legislation. (...) Two States indicated that their national regulations on massive disruption only cover operational measures. 17 responding States indicated that their national regulations on massive disruption only cover passenger assistance, while 30 States indicated that their national regulations on massive disruption cover both operational measures and passenger assistance. (...) One State called for ICAO’s guidance material to be developed specifically on passenger protection in case of massive disruptions to help States deal more effectively with massive disruptions in their policy-making and legislative work.
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Score: 762558.4 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...urvey-on-Assistance-to-pax.pdf
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Responses to Educational Disruption Survey (REDS) Skip to main content English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 Português O’zbek Enter your keywords Search Leave this field blank You must enable JavaScript to view the search results. menu login Member States Staff Intranet UNESCO Building peace in the minds of men and women Toggle navigation In brief Introducing UNESCO Mission and Mandate UNESCO House Strategic Transformation Portal Who's Who? (...) By collecting information on how teaching and learning were affected by the disruptions caused by COVID-19 pandemic and how disruptions were mitigated by the implemented measures, across and within countries, REDS also aims to identify sustainable concepts that emerged from the crisis and may provide policy pointers for the future of education. (...) Benefits of conducting REDS Learn how countries and schools are prepared for distance learning in times of school closures, as well as during a subsequent reopening phase Gain insights on the impact of educational disruptions, as well as factors that influence the success of distance learning for students across countries Collect valuable data from countries, schools, teachers, and students that can provide education stakeholders with information for evidence-based decision-making Improve understanding of the students most at risk as a result of educational disruption, to support the construction of resilient education systems for the future Strengthen gender equality and empower teachers, based on first-hand information from schools and teachers collected in a scientific manner Resources Responses to educational disruption survey (REDS): call for funding Responses to educational disruption survey (REDS) presentation Useful links REDS report launch event Presentation of the REDS survey on IEA's web site UNESCO applies a zero tolerance policy against all forms of harassment   WWW.UNESCO.ORG Disclaimer of use Access to Information Policy Privacy Policy UNESCO Name & Logo FAQ Environmental and Social Policies Protection of human rights : Procedure 104 Transparency Portal Scam alert Report fraud, abuse, misconduct © UNESCO 2021
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Score: 762405.86 - https://en.unesco.org/themes/learning-assessments/reds
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Search results #childrenuprooted Available in: English Malay Report 22 September 2022 Disrupting Harm Protecting children in Malaysia from online sexual exploitation & abuse Options Available options Disrupting Harm di Malaysia - Repot Penuh (BM) Disrupting Harm Executive Summary (Eng) Disrupting Harm - Ringkasan Advokasi (BM) Disrupting Harm Executive Summary (BM) Disrupting Harm in Malaysia - Launch - Key Findings Presentation Download file (PDF, 2,65 MB) (PDF, 1,06 MB) (PDF, 330,26 KB) (PDF, 522,30 KB) (PDF, 5,82 MB) Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Press centre About UNICEF Vacancies Tenders Contact us Become a donor Footer Secondary Legal Contact us Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 761208.4 - https://www.unicef.org/malaysia/topics/childrenuprooted
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Digital disruption in agriculture | E-Agriculture Skip to main content About FAO In Action Countries Themes Media Publications Statistics Partnerships Toggle navigation Home Activity Themes Countries News and Events Resources Forum Get Involved Digital disruption in agriculture News 30.11.2018 Digital disruption in agriculture Perhaps the name sounds negative, but not until you dig deeper. (...) With regards to agriculture, our colleagues published an article, ' digital disruption in agriculture ’. They premise that, the pace of digital disruption over the last two decades has been breathtaking, transforming every sector of the global economy, including agriculture. (...) If you are interested in theoretical concept of disruptive innovation read this article . Related article here .
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Score: 759836.04 - https://www.fao.org/e-agriculture/node/15714
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Digital disruption in agriculture | E-Agriculture Skip to main content About FAO In Action Countries Themes Media Publications Statistics Partnerships Toggle navigation Home Activity Themes Countries News and Events Resources Forum Get Involved Digital disruption in agriculture News 30.11.2018 Digital disruption in agriculture Perhaps the name sounds negative, but not until you dig deeper. (...) With regards to agriculture, our colleagues published an article, ' digital disruption in agriculture ’. They premise that, the pace of digital disruption over the last two decades has been breathtaking, transforming every sector of the global economy, including agriculture. (...) If you are interested in theoretical concept of disruptive innovation read this article . Related article here .
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Score: 759836.04 - https://www.fao.org/e-agricult...digital-disruption-agriculture
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Search results Sexual abuse Available in: English Malay Report 22 September 2022 Disrupting Harm Protecting children in Malaysia from online sexual exploitation & abuse Options Available options Disrupting Harm di Malaysia - Repot Penuh (BM) Disrupting Harm Executive Summary (Eng) Disrupting Harm - Ringkasan Advokasi (BM) Disrupting Harm Executive Summary (BM) Disrupting Harm in Malaysia - Launch - Key Findings Presentation Download file (PDF, 2,65 MB) (PDF, 1,06 MB) (PDF, 330,26 KB) (PDF, 522,30 KB) (PDF, 5,82 MB) Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Press centre About UNICEF Vacancies Tenders Contact us Become a donor Footer Secondary Legal Contact us Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 759510.25 - https://www.unicef.org/malaysia/topics/sexual-abuse
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Countries also reported disruptions in malaria diagnosis and treatment (46%), tuberculosis case detection and treatment (42%) and antiretroviral treatment (32%). (...) Potentially life-saving emergency services were disrupted in almost a quarter of responding countries. Disruptions to 24-hour emergency room services for example were affected in 22% of countries, urgent blood transfusions were disrupted in 23% of countries, emergency surgery was affected in 19% of the countries.  
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Score: 756821.04 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...rvices-since-covid-19-pandemic
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Immunization, wellness checks and family planning services were selected by most of respondents as services being disrupted during the pandemic. Antenatal care service was considered to be highly disrupted due to COVID-19. The main reason for disruption was due to lockdown restriction and mobility issues.  (...) Reasons for disruption of these services were similar to those of RMNCAH.
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Score: 754065.9 - https://www.unicef.org/pakista...pact-covid-19-rmncahn-services
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What’s next in disruptive tech? Five takeaways from Disrupt Berlin 2017 - ITU Hub This website will offer limited functionality in this browser. (...) Skip to content About ITU Radiocommunication Standardization Development Menu News Publications Membership عربي 简体中文 English Français Русский Español About | Disclaimer Open site search × ITU User Account News Publications Membership About ITU Radiocommunication Standardization Development Search the site Search Close search form What’s next in disruptive tech? Five takeaways from Disrupt Berlin 2017 Home News What’s next in disruptive tech? Five takeaways from Disrupt Berlin... What’s next in disruptive tech?
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Score: 752529.4 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2020/0...ways-from-disrupt-berlin-2017/
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