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. - Keep the umbilical cord and skin clean and dry. - Recognize low weight (small), sick babies and those at risk of HIV infection and seek appropriate care. (...) Place the baby in skin-to-skin contact on the mother’s chest and encourage early breastfeeding. Cover the baby over the mother with a fresh, clean, and dry cloth. After feeding, wrap the baby, including the head, with a clean, dry cloth and place him/her beside the mother or keep in skin-to skin contact with the mother.
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Score: 1783960.4 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/key-practice-newborn-care
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FAO - COMMITTEE ON COMMODITY PROBLEMS COMMITTEE ON COMMODITY PROBLEMS INTERGOVERNMENTAL GROUP ON MEAT SUB-GROUP ON HIDES AND SKINS Sixth Session Cape Town, Republic of South Africa, 9-11 November 1998 REVISION OF THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE CLASSIFICATION I. (...) Despite the significance in volume and value terms of international trade in these items, they are not included in the existing international trade classifications. 1 These tanned hides and skins are typically arbitrarily classified in trade statistics either as raw hides and skins, or as finished leather, whereas they are, in fact, neither of these. (...) ANNEX Proposal for Revision to Chapter 41 of the International Trade Classification -details to 6 digit level 4101 Raw hides and skins of bovine (including buffalo) or equine animals (fresh, or salted, dried, limed, pickled or otherwise preserved, but not tanned, parchment-dressed or further prepared), whether or not dehaired or split: 4101 10 - Whole hides and skins, of a weight per skin not exceeding 8 kg when simply dried, 10 kg when dry-salted, or 16 kg when fresh, wet-salted or otherwise preserved: 4101 20 - Whole hides and skins, of a weight exceeding 16 kg 4101 90 - Other, including butts, bends and bellies 4102 Raw skins of sheep or lambs (fresh, or salted, dried, limed, pickled or otherwise preserved, but not tanned, parchment-dressed or further prepared), whether or not with wool on or split, other than those excluded by Note 1 (c) to this Chapter: 4102 10 - With wool on - Without wool on : 4102 21 - - Pickled 4102 29 - - Other 4103 Other raw hides and skins (fresh, or salted, dried, limed, pickled or otherwise preserved, but not tanned, parchment-dressed or further prepared), whether or not dehaired or split, other than those excluded by Note 1 (b) or 1 (c) to this Chapter: 4103 10 - Of goats or kids 4103 20 - Of swine 4103 30 - Of reptiles 4103 90 - Of other animals 4104 Tanned or crust hides and skins of bovine (including buffalo) or equine animals, without hair on, whether or not split, but not finished: - in the wet state (including wet-blue): 4104 11 - - Full substance and grain splits 4104 19 - - Other splits - in the dry state (crust): 4104 21 - - Full substance and grain splits 4104 29 - - Other splits 4105 Tanned or crust skins of sheep or lambs, without wool on, whether or not split, but not finished: 4105 10 - in the wet state (including wet-blue) 4105 20 - in the dry state (crust) 4106 Other tanned or crust hides and skins, without wool or hair on, whether or not split, but not finished: - Of goats or kids: 4106 11 - - in the wet state (including wet-blue) 4106 12 - - in the dry state (crust) - Of swine: 4106 21 - - in the wet state (including wet-blue) 4106 22 - - in the dry state (crust) 4106 30 - Of reptiles - Other: 4106 91 - - in the wet state (including wet-blue) 4106 92 - - in the dry state (crust) 4107 Finished leather (including parchment-dressed) of bovine (including buffalo) or equine animals, without hair on, whether or not split, other than leather of heading 4110: - Whole hides and skins: 4107 11 - - Full substance 4107 12 - - Grain splits 4107 19 - - Other splits - Other, including sides: 4107 91 - - Full substance 4107 92 - - Grain splits 4107 99 - - Other splits 4108 00 Finished leather (including parchment-dressed) of sheep or lamb, without wool on, whether or not split, other than leather of heading 4110 4109 Finished leather (including parchment-dressed) of other animals, without wool or hair on, whether or not split, other than leather of heading 4110: 4109 10 - Of goats or kids 4109 20 - Of swine 4109 30 - Of reptiles 4109 90 - Other 4110 Chamois (including combination chamois) leather; patent leather and patent laminated leather; metallised leather: 4110 10 - Chamois (including combination chamois) leather 4110 20 - Patent leather and patent laminated leather; metallised leather 4111 Composition leather with a basis of leather or leather fibre, in slabs, sheets or strip, whether or not in rolls; parings and other waste of leather or of composition leather, not suitable for the manufacture of leather articles; leather dust, powder and flour: 4111 10 - Composition leather with a basis of leather or leather fibre, in slabs, sheets or strip, whether or not in rolls 4111 20 - Parings and other waste of leather or of composition leather, not suitable for the manufacture of leather articles; leather dust, powder and flour 1 The Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) and the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (HS) are currently the most common trade classifications used by national statistical offices to report on trade and trade flows, although some countries in Latin America and Africa still use the Custom Cooperation Council Nomenclature (CCCN).
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Score: 1775764 - https://www.fao.org/unfao/Bodies/CCP/hs/98/w9295e.htm
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The trainer demonstrated the birth scenario and explains the immediate actions that are undertaken for EENC in Xiengkhuang Provincial Hospital   Immediate skin-to-skin contact followed by thorough drying on the mother’s abdomen provides the right temperature and security for the newborn baby to bond with the mother (* in a real setting, this intervention is practiced in skin-to-skin contact.) To reduce newborn mortality, which accounts for about 40% of all deaths under-five in Lao PDR, simple interventions have been established: immediate skin-to-skin contact followed by thorough drying on the mother’s abdomen, delaying clamping the cord after pulsations stop and prolonged skin-to-skin contact until the baby has completed his first full breastfeed.   The trainer demonstrating delayed cord clamping at Xiengkhuang Provincial Hospital (*in a real setting, this intervention is practiced in skin-to-skin contact.)   Health workers are putting what they learn into practice, we see a happy mother and her newborn baby experiencing uninterrupted skin-to-skin contact for the first time till the baby starts the initial breast feeding Dr Bao, Obstetrician, OBGY ward from Xiengkhouang Provincial Hospital said “After I attended the EENC coaching in March 2015 I changed my practice.
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Score: 1722365.4 - https://www.who.int/laos/news/...)-practices-for-early-adopters
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Remove the skins and wash them. The skinned beans having expanded, now becomes 2 palmful. 2. (...) Mix the skinned beans, scrapped meat, pieces of matoke, water and salt into a clean saucepan. (...) Note: Irish potatoes, sweet potatoes, cassava, yams can be prepared the same way as matooke. Dry peas can be prepared the same way as dry beans. 1 palm of dry beans or peas(90 g) 1 fist of meat (60 g) 3 fingers of matooke (300-500 g) 1 pinch of salt ½ mug of water (250 ml) REPUBLIC OF UGANDA How to prepare a meal from beans, meat and matooke mixture.
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Score: 1712004.3 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/...children%20feeding%20flyer.pdf
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To reduce newborn mortality, which accounts for roughly 40% of all deaths under-five in Lao PDR, simple interventions have been established: immediate and thorough drying followed by early skin-to-skin contact, delaying clamping the cord after pulsations stop and prolonged skin-to-skin contact until the baby has completed his first full breastfeed.   (...) The baby rests between the mother’s breasts in continuous skin-to-skin contact, and may need 20-30 minutes or even more before showing signs of readiness (feeding cue) to breastfeed. Early establishment of breastfeeding is an important factor in successful breastfeeding and in association with skin-to-skin contact it reduces greatly the risk of post-partum bleeding for the mother.  
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Score: 1695767.6 - https://www.who.int/laos/news/...l/early-essential-newborn-care
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FAO - COMMITTEE ON COMMODITY PROBLEMS COMMITTEE ON COMMODITY PROBLEMS INTERGOVERNMENTAL GROUP ON MEAT SUB-GROUP ON HIDES AND SKINS Sixth Session Cape Town, South Africa, 9-11 November 1998 DEVELOPMENT OF THE HIDES, SKINS AND LEATHER SECTOR IN AFRICA Table of Contents INTRODUCTION HIDES AND SKINS PRODUCTION AND TRADE Cultural factors Infrastructure Grading and pricing structures FOOTWEAR AND LEATHER GOODS MARKETING OF LEATHER PRODUCTS CONCLUSIONS I. (...) The Sub-Group on Hides and Skins has, on a number of occasions, expressed concern at the problems facing the hides and skins sector in Africa. (...) In Uganda, for example, the common methods of preserving skins are ground drying and wire and pole drying, which result in intermittent drying and re-wetting, and consequently in ineffective preservation.
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Score: 1677533.6 - https://www.fao.org/unfao/Bodies/CCP/hs/98/w9700e.htm
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Scuffing or torn skin on less than 5% of the tegument or episperm is not considered as a defect. (...) Scuffing or torn skin on less than one-fifth of the tegument or episperm is not considered as a defect. (...) Scuffing or torn skin on less than one-third of the tegument or episperm is not considered as a defect.
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Score: 1624907.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ngs/ge.02/document/2000_07.pdf
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Washing too much can actually damage your skin by over drying or irritating existing pimples. • If you’ve been exercising, doing a sport, doing active work or if the heat is just so terrible that you are sweating too much, you should wash your face and other acne-prone areas of your body as soon as possible. • If you use skin products, choose products that don’t clog your pores (may be labelled as “non-comedogenic”) • Be careful with hair styling products and keep them away from the face. (...) This is particularly important if you have sensitive skin. • You can use a mild soap to wash your skin. • Hair in different parts of the body grows in different directions. (...) • Rinse your razor every few strokes to make sure it doesn’t get clogged. • When you are done, wash your skin surface. • Make sure you rinse and dry the razor, and store it safely. • You must renew the blade of your razor or get a new razor if it becomes blunt or if it develops a stain to make sure you don’t end up with a rash, redness and blotches. • You may get some cuts and nicks.
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Score: 1589366 - https://www.unicef.org/maldive...p%20Well%20-%20For%20Girls.pdf
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Hand Crack Halves - (Scuffing on less than 5.0% of the “Halves” skin is not considered a defect.) Hand Crack Halves to read as written above Machine Crack Halves: - (Scuffing on less than 25% of the “Halves” skin is not considered a defect.) 2. (...) Hand Crack Halves - (Scuffing on less than one-fifth of the “Halves” skin is not considered a defect.) Hand Crack Halves to read as written above Machine Crack Halves: (Scuffing on less than 50% of the “Halves” skin is not considered a defect.) 3. (...) Hand Crack Halves- (Scuffing on less than one-third of the “Halves” skin is not considered a defect.) Hand Crack Halves to read as written above Machine Crack Halves: (Scuffing on “Halves” Kernels is not considered a defect.)
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Score: 1567825.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...e.02/document/2001_03_add1.pdf
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TRADE/WP.7/GE.2/2002/11 page 2 GE.02- ANNEX III TERMS RECOMMENDED FOR USE IN STANDARDS FOR DRY AND DRIED FRUIT AND DEFINITION OF DEFECTS RECOMMENDED TERMS AND DEFINITION OF DEFECTS FOR STANDARDS OF DRY FRUITS (INSHELL NUTS AND NUT KERNELS) AND DRIED FRUITS 1. (...) Clean: produce which is practically free from plainly visible adhering dirt or other foreign material. Sufficiently dry or dried: dry inshell nut, nut kernel or dried fruit which, as a result of its own development or of natural or artificial systems of drying, has attained a moisture content that ensures its keeping quality. (...) Screening: action and result of grading dry fruits dry nuts or dried fruits with reference to a predetermined minimum or maximum size; it may be expressed by mentioning the minimum size followed by the words “or above” or the maximum size followed by the words “and less”.
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Score: 1567176.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ngs/ge.02/document/2002_11.pdf
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