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WHO | Procurement: essential medicines Reproductive Health Essential Medicines Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search RHEM Submit Advanced search Menu Home Prequalification Policy Procurement Supply chain Programme management Service delivery Procurement: essential medicines Essential medicines library WHO Interagency list of medical devices for reproductive health, 2008 WHO, JSI, PATH, Population Action International, UNFPA, World Bank Quality assurance of pharmaceuticals: meeting a major public health challenge WHO/Expert Committee on specifications for pharmaceutical preparations WHO expert committee on specifications for pharmaceutical preparations WHO You are here: Reproductive health essential medicines Procurement The RHEM Resource Portal has been made possible through the generous support of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation E-mail scams | WHO web site | Privacy © WHO 2022
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Score: 510022.56 - https://www.who.int/rhem/procurement/essential_medicines/en/
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Synonym: E/T Comments: Arginine and histidine are included in this essential amino acid total because they are essential for infants. (...) amino acids, total essential; expressed per quantity of nitrogen; includes the eight basic essential amino acids: isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, and valine Unit: mg/g nitrogen amino acids, total essential; expressed per quantity of protein; includes the eight basic essential amino acids: isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan and valine Unit: mg/100 g protein amino acids, total essential; expressed per quantity of nitrogen; includes the eight basic essential amino acids plus arginine and histidine Unit: mg/g nitrogen Comments: Arginine and histidine are included in this total essential amino acid value because they are essential for infants. amino acids, total essential; expressed per quantity of protein; includes the eight basic essential amino acids plus arginine and histidine Unit: mg/100 g protein Comments: Arginine and histidine are included in this total essential amino acid value because they are essential for infants.
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Score: 509986.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ion/documents/upload/PART5.TXT
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The topic of discussion was: "Essential HRH elements in funding proposals". The aim of the discussion was to determine the essential questions that should be asked of Human Resources for Health interventions proposed within a grant application. (...) (Part II) 7 - 12 August 2009: From discussions in Part I, what are the essential questions that a reviewer or review team should ask prior to allocating funding awards? (...) Besides background and context information, it contains a "check-list" detailing the essential HRH elements that must be considered in any funding application and by any review team.
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Score: 509962.45 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...wledge/e_solutions/funding/en/
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National Training Workshop on Supply Chain Management and Warehousing of Essential Health Commodities Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific Countries Countries in the WHO South-East Asia Region: Bangladesh Bhutan Democratic People’s Republic of Korea India Indonesia Maldives Myanmar Nepal Sri Lanka Thailand Timor-Leste When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Select language Select language English South-East Asia India Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies  About us Home / News / Detail / National Training Workshop on Supply Chain Management and Warehousing of Essential Health Commodities National Training Workshop on Supply Chain Management and Warehousing of Essential Health Commodities 12 July 2017 Highlights The World Health Organization (WHO) in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW) is organizing a five-day National Training Workshop on Supply Chain Management and Warehousing of Essential Health Commodities, for Central Medical Services Society (CMSS), from 12 - 16 October 2015 in New Delhi. (...) The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW), Government of India established CMSS in 2014, for the central procurement, storage, and distribution of medicines and essential health commodities for national level disease control programs.Currently, CMSS is engaged in the integration of the supply chain management (SCM) of medicines and essential health commodities for vertical programs such as tuberculosis, malaria and family planning.
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Score: 509962.45 - https://www.who.int/india/news...f-essential-health-commodities
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However, decentralization does not work in all cases, with large amounts of pooled funding remaining unspent and delivery systems fragmented. Essential medicines lists The World Health Organization’s (WHO) Model Lists of Essential Medicines and Devices can guide countries in planning for RMNCH supplies. Inclusion of the right commodities in the national essential medicines lists is crucial to improving women’s and children’s health. In Mongolia, for example, ergometrine - an important drug for the management of heavy bleeding during/after childbirth, is not on the essential medicines list.8 Although in the Philippines this drug is included in the national essential medicines list, the composition used is not optimal for the prevention and treatment of heavy bleeding.
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Score: 509616.6 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...publications/summaries/ks5/en/
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South-East Asia Bangladesh Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / The Package of Essential Noncommunicable Disease (PEN) interventions in Bangladesh The Package of Essential Noncommunicable Disease (PEN) interventions in Bangladesh 1 November 2016 News release The Package of Essential Noncommunicable Disease (PEN) is a conceptual framework for strengthening equity and efficiency of primary health care in low-resource settings. It identifies core technologies, medicines and risk prediction tools; discusses protocols required for implementation of a set of essential noncommunicable disease (NCD) interventions; develops technical and operational outlines for the integration of essential NCD interventions into primary care and for evaluation of impact. (...) Strengthening skills of health personnel and the provision of essential medicines and technologies can improve capacity of PHC system to deal with NCDs.
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Score: 509518.85 - https://www.who.int/bangladesh...n)-interventions-in-bangladesh
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Saudi Arabia's position was that the comprehensive measures were taken precisely for the purpose of protecting the essential security interests for which it invokes the security exception in Article 73."18 1.2.1.2.2 "essential security interests" 17. (...) For these reasons, the panel considered that 'it is left, in general, to every Member to define what it considers to be its essential security interests'. The panel noted, however, that a Member is not 'free to elevate any concern to that of an 'essential security interest''; rather, 'the discretion of a Member to designate particular concerns as 'essential security interests' is limited by its obligation to interpret and apply Article XXI(b)(iii) of the GATT 1994 in good faith'. (...) That is, this analytical step enables an assessment by the Panel of whether either of the challenged measures found to be inconsistent with the TRIPS Agreement is plausibly connected to the protection of those essential security interests. Based on the foregoing, the Panel concludes that Saudi Arabia's articulation of its relevant 'essential security interests' is sufficient to enable an assessment of whether there is any link between the relevant actions and the protection of its essential security interests."21 1.2.1.2.3 "which it considers" 19.
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Score: 509357.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...s_e/ai17_e/trips_art73_jur.pdf
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WHO | WHO Model Formulary database (based on WHO Model List of Essential Medicines) Reproductive Health Essential Medicines Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search RHEM Submit Advanced search Menu Home Prequalification Policy Procurement Supply chain Programme management Service delivery WHO Model Formulary database (based on WHO Model List of Essential Medicines) Authors : WHO Publication details Languages : English Downloads Access database OVERVIEW The electronic version of the WHO Model Formulary is intended as a starting point for developing national or institutional formularies. National or institutional committees can use the text of the WHO Model Formulary for their own needs by adapting the text or by adding or deleting entries to align the formulary to their own list of essential medicines. You are here: Reproductive health essential medicines Policy The RHEM Resource Portal has been made possible through the generous support of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation E-mail scams | WHO web site | Privacy © WHO 2022
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Score: 508665.3 - https://www.who.int/rhem/polic...dicines_formulary_database/en/
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However, high prices for both new, patented medicines and older medicines, like insulin, continue to keep some essential medicines out of reach for many patients. (...) Note to Editors The meeting of the 23 rd Expert Committee on the Selection and Use of Essential Medicines was held virtually from 21 June to 2 July. The Expert Committee considered 88 applications for medicines to be added to the 21 st  WHO Model List of Essential Medicines (EML) and the 7 th WHO Model List of Essential Medicines for Children (EMLc).
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Score: 508551.76 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...-new-essential-medicines-lists
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Score: 508292.24 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...ns/Session%205/4PiotrPluta.pdf
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