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Fewer cases of IPV experienced due to seeking or disclosing of HIV results. More women experiencing IPV able to mitigate risk factors for HIV infection. (...) HIV-positive women experiencing IPV had forum to discuss related issues in a supportive and non-judgmental environment.
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Score: 544124.27 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...Programme-summary-SHARE-en.pdf
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Of those women who had experienced violence in the Lao PDR, up to 35% indicated that they had experienced mental violence, and up to 17% had experienced physical violence. Fifteen women out of 967 people surveyed (1.6% of all surveyed) responded that they had experienced sexual violence from their husbands. Nineteen women (1.9% of people surveyed) responded that the physical abuse continued while they were pregnant.
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Score: 543862.55 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/vaw/ngocontribute/CUSO.pdf
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Estimates suggest that one in three women globally have experienced either physical or sexual violence from a partner, or sexual violence by a non-partner at some point in their lives. (...) Health-systems response – the new clinical handbook Clinical handbook Health care for women subjected to intimate partner violence or sexual violence There are job aids throughout this handbook to help you while caring for and supporting a woman who has experienced or is experiencing violence. The guidelines on which this handbook is based do not directly address young women (under age 18) or men. (...) Dr Claudia Garcia-Moreno, a physician who coordinates the research and policy work on violence against women at WHO, and who co-led The Lancet series, underlines the importance of actively involving and engaging health-care providers, who are often the first point of contact for women and girls experiencing violence. Garcia-Moreno states, “Health-care providers can send a powerful message – that violence is not only a social problem, but a dangerous, unhealthy, and harmful practice – and they can champion prevention efforts in the community.“ Health-care providers can send a powerful message – that violence is not only a social problem, but a dangerous, unhealthy, and harmful practice – and they can champion prevention efforts in the community Dr Claudia Garcia-Moreno, WHO The authors of the series also highlight how violence-prevention programming should be integrated into existing public health services, such as those for adolescent health, maternal health, and HIV/AIDS.
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Score: 543862.55 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...pics/violence/lancetseries/en/
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Nearly two-thirds of countries are experiencing community transmission. Algeria, Egypt, Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa account for about 71% of COVID-19 cases. (...) Seychelles had not experienced a case in nearly two months, but in the past week had dozens of new imported cases, linked to crew members of an international fishing vessel. There are also some signs of progress as 10 countries have experienced a downward trend over the past month. Although Egypt accounts for 15 percent of cumulative cases, it has seen a decline in the past week.
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Score: 543862.55 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...ds-over-500-000-covid-19-cases
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To address this gap, the Women’s Refugee Commission and UNICEF developed a training curriculum to help linguistic cultural mediators effectively respond to and support refugees and migrants who disclose experiencing violence—including women, girls, men, boys, and LGBTI persons. (...) Like Ibrahim, many LCMs have experienced or witnessed violence first-hand. They are also continuously exposed to stories of violence and suffering during the course of their work. Many reported experiencing stress, burnout, and vicarious traumatization.
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Score: 543862.55 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/sto.../supporting-survivors-violence
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And through a UNICEF-supported non-formal education programme funded by UKAid and the government of France, thousands are now experiencing their first days in class. One child currently enrolled in UNICEF’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) programme is 5-year-old Oday. (...) Within our classes, we experienced no dropouts. This is quite some success,” Sara remarks. (...) Now, our children have developed an enthusiasm to learn. They hadn’t experienced this before. We see the beginning of a change”, insists Sara.
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Score: 543862.55 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon...dder-lifelong-learning-lebanon
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DOMESTIC SUPPORT PAKISTANPAKISTAN’’S S EXPERIANCEEXPERIANCE Problems Experienced in the Preparation Problems Experienced in the Preparation & Submission of DS& Submission of DS-- NotificationsNotifications Absence of dedicated agriculture notification desks at Absence of dedicated agriculture notification desks at federal and provincial level. federal and provincial level. (...) Procedural matters involving various authorities and Procedural matters involving various authorities and decentralization of tasksdecentralization of tasks.. Problems Experienced in the Preparation Problems Experienced in the Preparation & Submission & Submission of DSof DS-- NotificationsNotifications Administrative changes in agriculture departments.Administrative changes in agriculture departments.
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Score: 543862.55 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...kshop_sep09_e/session14c_e.pdf
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Analysis of accident data from 2006 to 2010 reveals that runway safety is an important issue that requires more attention. 6 Runway Safety Overview Runway Safety Accidents Scheduled Commercial Traffic – MTOW > 2 250 kg (Yrs 2006- 2010 ) Runway Safety Accidents • Abnormal Runway Contact • Bird strike • Ground Collision • Ground Handling • Runway Excursion • Runway Incursion • Loss of Control on Ground • Collision with obstacle(s) • Undershoot / Overshoot • Aerodrome 59 % Accidents & Related Fatalities by Occurrence Categories Scheduled Commercial Traffic – MTOW > 2 250 kg (Yrs 2006- 2010 ) Runway Safety Overview 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Unknown Other Controlled Flight Into Terrain Loss of Control In-Flight Turbulence Non-Impact Fire System Component Failure Runway Safety Accidents Fatal Accidents Fatalities Worldwide 7 8 Runway Safety Overview Accidents & Related Fatalities by Occurrence Categories Scheduled Commercial Traffic – MTOW > 2 250 kg (Yrs 2006- 2010 ) Focus on MID Region 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Unknown Other Controlled Flight Into Terrain Loss of Control In-Flight Turbulence Non-Impact Fire System Component Failure Runway Safety Accidents Fatal Accidents Fatalities 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Unknown Other Controlled Flight Into Terrain Loss of Control In-Flight Turbulence Non-Impact Fire System Component Failure Runway Safety Accidents Fatal Accidents Fatalities 48% 9% 13% 4% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Abnormal Runway Contact RE + RI Ground Handling Ground Collision Other 9 Focus on Runway Safety Related Accidents Accidents & Related Fatalities by Occurrence Categories Scheduled Commercial Traffic – MTOW > 2 250 kg (Yrs 2006- 2010 ) Focus on MID Region 63% RE & RI Accidents 43% MID: 85 fatalities for RS 23 runway safety accidents by occurrence category 9 World Average RE 96% other 4% No fatalities are attributable to Runway Incursions in MID Global RE: 94% of RS fatalities There are no Runway Incursions in MID Focus on Runway Excursions / Incursions 3% 11% 5% 20% 2% 4% 5% 0% 10% 20% 30% APAC ESAF EUR/NAT MID NACC SAM WACAF % of traffic flown by air carriers outside their own region Source: OAG – 2010 scheduled commercial flights 3% 17% 14% 17% 13% 5% 0% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% APAC ESAF EUR/NAT MID NACC SAM WACAF % of Runways Excursions/Incursions experienced by air carriers outside their own region Scheduled Commercial Traffic MTOW > 2 250 kg (Yrs 2006- 2010 ) Traffic Accidents 20% 17% Focus on MID Region • Air Carriers of the MID Region flew 20% of their total traffic outside the region. • Air Carriers of the MID Region experienced 17% of their total excursions outside the region. 10 Focus on Runway Excursions / Incursions MID carriers are just as likely to experiencing a Runway Excursion/ Incursion inside the MID region as outside the region. Focus on MID Region NACC EUR/NAT ESAF APAC MID SAM WACAF Probability of air carriers experiencing an Excursion or Incursion Accident Inside or Outside their Region Equal 1.5x more 3x more 6x more 1.2x more MID Outside the RegionInside the Region Worldwide Average: 2x more All accidents occurred inside the region SAM WACAF 11 12 Objectives of this MID-RRSS • Improve runway safety outcomes • The establishment of Runway Safety Teams (RSTs) • Provide tools for use by RSTs • Develop a regional strategy to establish, promote and provide ongoing support to RSTs 13 راً Thank you http://legacy.icao.int/mid Runway SafetyThe Big Picture ICAO 37th Assembly October 2010 Resolution A37-6 (1/2) ICAO 37th Assembly October 2010 Resolution A37-6 (2/2) ICAOs Runway Safety Programme Why focus on runway safety?
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Score: 543862.55 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum.../s1_p1_the_big_picture_mid.pdf
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Sexual violence against girls and boys: Worldwide, around 15 million adolescent girls aged 15 to 19 have experienced forced sexual intercourse or other forced sexual acts in their lifetime.  Only 1 per cent of adolescent girls who had experienced sexual violence said they reached out for professional help.  In the 28 countries with data, 90 per cent of adolescent girls who had experienced forced sex, on average, said the perpetrator of the first incident was known to them.
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Score: 543862.55 - https://www.unicef.org/kyrgyzs...fer-violent-methods-upbringing
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On the other hand, some towns in Fukushima prefecture experienced high concentration of IDPs, which led to a spike in land and property prices and put a strain on the capacity of locally available services, thus adding to the tensions between displaced populations and their host communities. 2) Economic marginalisation - A significant portion of Fukushima IDPs experienced decrease in their income levels and many continued to find themselves in difficult financial situation years after the disaster. (...) After being displaced from their original homes, most have experienced life in the collective evacuation shelters and then in temporary accommodation. (...) In addition, many older IDPs, especially from the rural areas contaminated by radioactive fallout, have experienced soaring living costs. Many previously had land on which to produce most of their food and had often benefitted from rich natural resources available in their communities.
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Score: 542689.55 - https://www.un.org/internal-di...ed_ana_mosneaga_submission.pdf
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