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In the northern part of its distribution area, the populations are usually low. At its eastern limit, the species reaches the forest-steppe zone of Western Siberia. It is rather frequent in Iran and Afghanistan but does not reach their southern borders. In the western part of its distribution area the Italian Locust reaches the Atlantic coast only in France, south of latitude 46N; in the east, it reaches the Ob river (Russia). Map: CIT Distribution Area Map: CIT Distribution Area MORPHOLOGY Imago body is medium-sized and stumpy.
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Score: 850540 - https://www.fao.org/locusts-cc...ecology/italian-locust-cit/fr/
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In the northern part of its distribution area, the populations are usually low. At its eastern limit, the species reaches the forest-steppe zone of Western Siberia. It is rather frequent in Iran and Afghanistan but does not reach their southern borders. In the western part of its distribution area the Italian Locust reaches the Atlantic coast only in France, south of latitude 46N; in the east, it reaches the Ob river (Russia). Map: CIT Distribution Area Map: CIT Distribution Area MORPHOLOGY Imago body is medium-sized and stumpy.
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Score: 850540 - https://www.fao.org/locusts-cc...ecology/italian-locust-cit/zh/
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To date, UNICEF Chad has reached 164,920 children (81,661 girls) through Lafya’s child-friendly stories about preventing COVID-19 transmission, helping to save lives and increase interest among school children, their parents and teachers in adopting safe practices against COVID-19. (...) In 2021, in addition to the distribution of hygiene products such as bleach and soap, UNICEF aims to reach 223,500 children (3-18 years old) with learning materials through Education Cannot Wait funding, and more than 2 million children (8-11 years old) with school textbooks purchased through Global Partnership for Education funding. (...) Cost effectiveness In 2020, UNICEF, with support from ECHO, provided more than $US 14,000 to design the Lafya initiative in Chad, reaching 164,920 students with powerful messages on how to fight COVID-19, helping to accelerate the adoption of key practices within communities for preventing COVID-19.
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Score: 850454.9 - https://www.unicef.org/chad/me...n%20integrated%20approach..pdf
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As of October 2020, the displacement resulted from insecurity in Cabo Delgado reached over 355,0003 people (of which nearly half are children ) distributed among three provinces namely Cabo Delgado, Nampula and Niassa province. (...) Similar NFI distributions and hygiene messaging are ongoing with Caritas in the Metuge accommodation centers. 1,595 families have been reached with hygiene NFIs in Metuge District (AeA and Caritas) in accommodation centers and 4000 IDP families received these items in host families in Pemba an Metuge District. UNICEF has reached 24,000 people with personal communications, radio, and mobile hygiene messaging through these two NGO partners in Pemba and Metuge Districts. 4,964 families have been reached with household water treatment chemical distributions and safe use instructions.
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Score: 850259.9 - https://www.unicef.org/media/8...do-SitRep-May-October-2020.pdf
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UNICEF has established itself as a lead organisation for the Afghanistan WASH Core Pipeline Supply Hub, able to distribute critical WASH supplies to all WASH cluster partners, increasing the geographic reach and timeliness of acute emergency 6 29,463 people supported through new or improved latrines constructed between January and March 2022 under Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) . (...) The dignity kit distribution was also used as an entry point to reach women and girls with SEA safe reporting mechanisms. (...) In March, 28,840 households were reached across all districts of Badghis. Preparation for round two and three (combined) cash distributions took place in Nuristan, with distribution starting at the end of March.7 Humanitarian Leadership, Coordination and Strategy From 29-31 March, a high-level meeting was hosted by the Government of Qatar to discuss interim health priorities for Afghanistan over the next 18-24 months.
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Score: 850195.9 - https://www.unicef.org/media/1...ation-Report-March%20-2022.pdf
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Correo Argentino is in charge of the logistics of distributing COVID-19 vaccines throughout the country. Argentina has reached different agreements allowing it to acquire doses of Sputnik V, Covishield and Sinopharm vaccines, the latter thanks to the Global Access Fund for COVID-19 Vaccines (COVAX). (...) On each day of the operation, three Correo vehicles are used simultaneously, reaching 10 inoculation points per day. The aim and commitment of Correo Argentino is to continue to distribute each batch of vaccines that arrives in the country in order to fulfil its main function: to be the flagship Post which ensures that this vitally important vaccine reaches every corner of Argentina.
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Score: 849760.6 - https://www.upu.int/en/Partner...tribution-of-Covid-19-vaccines
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North-east Nutrition response Sensitization of Community Nutrition Mobilizers on COVID- 19 prevention using IEC materials (posters)and training for mother-MUAC screening was carried out with CNMs reaching 36,509 caregivers with vital information. (...) North East WASH response During the reporting week, 261 COVID-19 awareness and prevention posters were distributed through implementing partners in Rann LGA, while 12,745 persons were reached 2 Edo, Ekiti, Ogun, Ondo, Osun, Oyo, Plateau, Bauchi, Kebbi, Sokoto, Zamfara, Ebonyi, Anambra, Benue, Cross River, Borno, Yobe. (...) The community volunteers reached an additional 155 households and 1,299 household members (321 men, 287 boys, 305 women, 386 girls).
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Score: 849666.3 - https://www.unicef.org/media/8...COVID19-SitRep-30-May-2020.pdf
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In 2017, UNICEF provided humanitarian assistance in the sectors of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Protection, Nutrition, Health and Education, reaching nearly 194,000 people in the most affected districts of Piura, Lambayeque and La Libertad regions. (...) Sanitation • UNICEF installed gender and disability-sensitive latrines, reaching 799 families. Hygiene • UNICEF disseminated information on hygiene and vector control best practices through capacity-building for community-based hygiene committees and promoters, benefiting 1,969 families. • UNICEF complemented the information with distribution of 760 hygiene kits. • UNICEF strengthened solid waste management systems and distributed waste bags, reaching 432 families. (...) Sanitation • UNICEF installed gender and disability-sensitive latrines, reaching 799 families. Hygiene • UNICEF disseminated information on hygiene and vector control best practices through capacity-building for community- based hygiene committees and promoters, benefiting 1,969 families. • UNICEF complemented the information with distribution of 760 hygiene kits. • UNICEF strengthened solid waste management systems and distributed waste bags, reaching 432 families.
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Score: 849575.5 - https://www.unicef.org/media/8...ile/Peru-SitRep-March-2018.pdf
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During the reporting period, around 16,043 people in 30 barangays in one city and five municipalities were reached with water kits in Southern Leyte. More than 16,000 new beneficiaries have been reached with hygiene behaviour change messaging – including topics on handwashing, safe water and sanitation – and with distributed hygiene supplies, for a total of 68,581 people. (...) A total of 1,783 households were reached with cash transfers through an existing government system where UNICEF provided technical assistance and/or funding; the remaining balance is subject to beneficiary validation. (...) Highlights for the period from 9 April to 9 May 2022 include: UNICEF Reaches Children and Families in Southern Leyte Children in Southern Leyte Go Back To School as Families Recover from Odette Stories from the field: Reyn Ambag Stories from the Field: Hacelmae Escobido As of 24 April 2022, the advocacy messages, stories, and updates posted on social media have reached more than 8.5 million users.
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Score: 849559.2 - https://www.unicef.org/media/1...manitarian-SitRep-May-2022.pdf
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From the manufacturer up to when we receive them here, we have to ensure the potency of the vaccines until they reach the recipients. Upon receiving the vaccines, we check all the loggers – the temperature monitoring devices. (...) At the end of the day, when I go out [of our workplace], I feel a different kind of satisfaction that we ensure that the vaccines reach the children and that we are part of a successful campaign. (...) "At the end of the day...it’s a different kind of satisfaction to be able to ensure that the vaccines reach the children and that we are part of a successful campaign." - Glazel   Heroes ending polio More → Jenny Volunteer from Manila Arturo Barangay chairman from Zamboanga City Carmela Polio campaign monitor from Aurora Quick links Newsroom Emergencies Head of WHO Office Careers Regional links Data Publications Campaigns Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 849388.7 - https://www.who.int/philippine...zel-vaccine-distribution-staff
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