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Microsoft PowerPoint - +MICS Statistical Snapshot Child Discipline - ENG.pptx Total, 5 Total, 26 Rural, 5 Rural, 25 Urban, 4 Urban, 29 Severe Other types No Physical punishment Rural, 69 Richest, 66 Vocational education, 66 Female, 66 Urban, 69 Fourth, 71 Primary or Lower Secondery, 78 Male, 71 0 20 40 60 80 100 Area Wealth Quintile Mother's education Sex of child Pe rc en t National Key Messages • 69% of children experienced any violent discipline methods. • 31% of children experienced physical punishment (severe and other types), 5% of children – severe physical punishment, like hitting or slapping a child on the face, head or ears, and hitting or beating a child hard and repeatedly. • 66% of children were exposed to psychological aggression. • In the classification of types of discipline by functional difficulties, share of the children who experience only non-violent discipline methods is 9 percentage points higher in the group of children who have no functional difficulties, than among the children who have difficulties. • Percentage of the children, who were exposed to severe physical punishment, is 9 percentage points higher in the group of children who have functional difficulties rather than among them who have no difficulties. • 8% of mothers and caretakers believe that physical punishment is necessary to bring up, raise, or educate a child properly. (...) Percentage of children age 1 to 14 years who experienced any discipline in the past month, by type Percentage of children aged 1 to 14 years who experienced any violent discipline in the past month, by background characteristics Physical punishment: Shaking, hitting or slapping a child on the hand/arm/leg, hitting on the bottom or elsewhere on the body with a hard object, spanking or hitting on the bottom with a bare hand, hitting or slapping on the face, head or ears, and hitting or beating hard and repeatedly. (...) Percentage of children age 1 to 14 years who experienced any violent discipline in the past month, by type and age 48 67 72 67 26 43 36 19 3 5 6 3 52 71 74 68 0 20 40 60 80 100 1-2 3-4 5-9 10-14 Pe rc en t Psychological aggression Physical punishment Severe physical punishment Any violent discipline 31 8 0 15 30 45 Percentage of children age 1-14 years who experienced any physical punishment Percentage of mothers/caretakers who believe that physical punishment is necessary 8 8 2 7 9 7 8 9 7 12 6 7 10 0 5 10 15 Total Female Male Urban Rural Below age 25 years Age 25-39 years Age 40-59 years Age 60 years and above Primary or Lower Secondery Higher education Fourth quintile Poorest quintile Pe rc en t Physical Punishment: Attitudes & Experiences Attitudes to Physical Punishment
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Score: 675530.5 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia...019-11/child_discipline_en.pdf
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.  Haiti, A Member State of CARICOM- participated but not as part of the CARICOM grouping. Challenges Experienced Data collection: 1. Lack of cooperation by retailers to provide data. 2. (...) Challenges Experienced  Data collection:  Problems were encountered in the conversion of units of measurements required on list and units of measurement available in the market.  Data entry software was problematic during testing and launching period. (...) Challenges Experienced  Financial and Human Resources  Lack of experienced staff to verify and validate price data and lack of space to house the staff needed to conduct ICP.  Some staff were still engaged in activities related to the Population and Housing census thus limiting staff resources for activities under the ICP Project.  Specifically-Inadequate staff available for the data collection process.
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Score: 675485.55 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...017_2_2-marissa-ramotar-en.pdf
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Number of available experienced** OJT Instructors in this area? Number of Inspectors that require OJT? (...) Number of available experienced** OJT Instructors in this area? Number of Inspectors that require OJT? (...) Number of available experienced** OJT Instructors in this area? Number of Inspectors that require OJT?
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Score: 675420.17 - https://www.icao.int/coscap/AWP/InspectorJobTasks.pdf
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Globally, 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. (...) Sexual violence against girls and boys: About 3 out of 10 girls and 1 out of 7 boys report experiencing at least one incidence of sexual violence prior to age 18.
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Score: 671828.7 - https://www.unicef.org/tanzani...ks-millions-children-worldwide
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Adverse childhood experiences have far-reaching consequences 29 May 2019 UNICEF Serbia/2019/Vas Available in: Srpski English Belgrade, 29 May 2019 - For every 100 adults in Serbia, about 70 have experienced at least one form of adverse childhood experiences (ACE) repeatedly during childhood, and about 20 have experienced four or more, show the findings of UNICEF’s Adverse Childhood Experiences Study. (...) For every 100 adults in Serbia, about 70 have experienced at least one form of ACE repeatedly during childhood, and about 20 have experienced four or more. (...) Overview of the findings: For every 100 adults in Serbia, about 70 have experienced at least one form of ACE repeatedly during childhood, and about 20 have experienced four or more; 38% of respondents reported experiencing community violence in childhood; Four or more ACEs were experienced by about 40% of respondents; Males were more likely to experience different ACEs: more likely to be victims of bullying, be involved in physical fights, witness community violence and witness collective violence; Women were more likely to experience living with a person with depression; Respondents from urban areas were more exposed to various ACEs, such as physical abuse, psychological abuse, parental separation, bullying and community violence; Download the Study on the link here . 
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Score: 671418.8 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...have-far-reaching-consequences
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. • Among boys in the same age group, 1 out of every 7 boys (13.4%) reported experiencing at least one incident of sexual violence prior to the age of 18. • Nearly 6% of girls have been physical forced to have sexual intercourse before the age 18. 4.1 Sexual Violence 9 5.5 3.1 14.6 16 2.2 1.6 6.3 8.7 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Physically Forced Sex Coerced Sex Attempted Sex Sexual Touching P e rc e n ta ge Type of Childhood Sexual Violence Reported by Males and Females Aged 13 to 24 Years Girls Boys …Sexual Violence 10 47.9 25 16.6 2.8 14.1 10.3 24.7 32 32.2 14.7 7.1 8.6 0 20 40 60 Dating Partner Stranger Neighbour Auhtority Figure Relatives Friend/Classmate Percentage Perpetrators of Childhood Sexual Violence Reported by Males and Females Aged 13 to 24 years Girls Boys ….Sexual Violence 11 49 24.2 23 15.1 10 5.8 0 20 40 60 Someone's House Field/Bush/Roadway Tavelling To/From School School Public Building Other Percentage Location of Childhood Sexual Violence Against Girls Reported by Females Aged 13 to 24 Years ….Sexual Violence 12 Received services for sexual violence Sought services for sexual violence Told someone about sexual violence Girls Boys 3.7%* 13.0% 22.0% 11.5% 52.3% 31.4% *Estimate is unstable Victims of Childhood Sexual Violence Who Told Someone, Sought Services and Obtained Them Reported by Males and Females Aged 13 to 24 Years …Sexual Violence , Help Seeking Behaviours 13 14.9 61 25.9 20.8 35.7 57.7 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Issues with Perpetrator Family/Community Reasons Personal Reasons Reasons Victims Gave for Not Telling Anyone Reported by Males and Females Aged 13 to 24 Years Girls Boys ….Sexual Violence 14 35.4 26.3 38.3 49.2 20.1 30.7 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 One incident of sexual violence Two incidents of sexual violence Three incidents of sexual violence P e rc e n ta ge Percentage of 13 to 17 year olds who experienced sexual violence multiple times Girls Boys ….Sexual Violence 15 58.6 26 8.1 9.9 41.1 21.3 3.6 2.7 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Fair/poor health Feeling depressed Feeling anxious Suicidal thoughts P e rc e n ta ge Current health status of females who experienced childhood sexual violence Reported by females aged 13-24 years Experienced sexual violence Did not experience sexual violence …Sexual Violence 16 • Trading sex for money or goods more prevalent among young girls with a history of childhood sexual violence. • Infrequent or no condom use, in the previous 12 months, more prevalent among young males with a history of childhood sexual violence than those without. • The prevalence of engaging in sex with 2 or more partners, in the previous 12 months was higher among young girls with a history of childhood sexual violence, than those without a history of childhood sexual violence. • Experiences of childhood sexual violence were unrelated to knowledge of HIV testing places and having had an HIV for both girls and boys ….Sexual Violence: HIV Risk Taking Behavior, and Negative Health Outcomes 17 • Physical violence rates are higher than sexual violence rates. • Almost three-quarters of Tanzanian girls and boys have experienced physical violence prior to age 18. • Types of physical violence experienced: punched, kicked, whipped or threatened with a weapon. 4.2 Physical Violence 18 …Physical Violence: Types 72.3 71.4 3.3 3.1 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Female Male P e rc e n ta ge Type of physical violence experienced during childhood Punched, kicked, whipped Threatened with a weapon 19 • Children are physical abused mostly by parents and teachers. • 60% of girls and boys who report physical abuse name a relative as the source, fathers and mothers were the most common perpetrators. • The level of physical abuse by teachers is alarmingly high- 52.6% of girls and 50.8% of boys; all before turning 18 years of age. • Nearly 1 out of every 2 girls and boys aged 13 to 17 years who was punched, kicked or whipped by a relative reported that it had occurred more than 5 times. • About 8 out of 10 girls and 7 out of 10 boys who had been punched, kicked, or whipped by a teacher reported that it had occurred more than five times …Physical Violence: the Perpetrators 20 4.3 Emotional Violence Experienced during Childhood • One quarter of Tanzanian children, both girls and boys experienced emotional violence by an adult prior to age 18. • Between 4% and 5% of girls and boys aged 13 to 24 years reported that they were threatened with abandonment by an adult prior to turning 18 years of age. •Almost 80% of girls and 65% of boys who experience emotional violence report a related as their primary abuser. 21 • Girls and boys who experienced sexual violence also tended to report exposure to physical and emotional violence. • More than 8 in 10 girls and boys aged 13 to 24 years who experienced sexual violence prior to the age 18, also experienced physical violence prior to the age 18. • More than 4 in 10 girls and 1 in 2 boys who experienced childhood sexual violence also experienced emotional violence prior to age 18. • The overlaps and linkage between the three forms of violence highlight the multiple risks faced by Tanzanian children. 4.4 Overlapping of Sexual, Physical and Emotional Violence 22 • Females who reported childhood sexual, physical or emotional violence tended to report poorer mental health and sometimes poorer physical health than other females. • Males who experiences childhood emotional violence tended to report poorer mental and physical health than other males.
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Score: 670664.45 - https://violenceagainstchildre...data_research/vac_tanzania.pdf
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Women with 3-5 children are also more likely to have experienced physical violence than women with no children. (...) Among women who have experienced spousal physical violence, the initiation of violence against husbands/male partners is higher at 39%, compared to women who have never experienced spousal physical violence (9%). (...) Conflict gender based violence, including sexual violence In the Philippines, 5% of women aged 15-49 have experienced sexual violence (NDHS, 2017). Divorced, separated, or widowed women are more likely to have experienced sexual violence.
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Score: 667622.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...2022-04/state.philippines.docx
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Ministry of Public Health advised that 11 countries and areas are experiencing ongoing COVID-19 transmission Global Regions WHO Regional websites Countries When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Home Health topics News Our work About us Activities Emergencies Home / News / Detail / Ministry of Public Health advised that 11 countries and areas are experiencing ongoing COVID-19 transmission Ministry of Public Health advised that 11 countries and areas are experiencing ongoing COVID-19 transmission 2 March 2020 News release On 2 March 2020, the Ministry of Public Health advised that countries and areas listed below are experiencing ongoing COVID-19 transmission:  China France Germany Hong Kong SAR Iran (Islamic Republic of) Italy Japan Macao SAR Republic of Korea Singapore Taipei and environs Germany and France are new additions to this list.
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Score: 665737 - https://www.who.int/thailand/n...-ongoing-covid-19-transmission
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High-quality healthcare needed for girls and women who have experienced female genital mutilation Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) Over 200 million girls and women living worldwide have experienced this harmful practice, and this important event aims to raise awareness of this global problem. (...) The co-authors of the special supplement note that while work to prevent FGM is of key importance, there is an urgent need to reach and support women and girls who have experienced FGM with high quality healthcare. The reviews included in the special supplement show that health-care providers want and need to be supported with appropriate information and training, to help them better care for the girls and women who have already experienced FGM The WHO Guidelines on the management of health complications from female genital mutilation equip providers with key knowledge to help them recognize and address the health complications of FGM.
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Score: 663343.65 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...nced-female-genital-mutilation
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1 in 6 women experience this 1 in 4 women experience this 1 in 3 women experience this 35% of women globally have experienced such violence. However such violence does not include emotional violence or sexual harassment and hence, if these are included, the prevalence may be higher. 2 Childhood experiences of violence can be a risk factor to perpetrate and/or experience violence as an adult True False Research shows that men who experience abuse and neglect or have witnessed family violence in their childhood are more likely to perpetrate intimate partner violence and studies also show that women who experience or have witnessed family violence in their childhood are at increased risk of experiencing intimate partner violence. (...) An exhibition “What she wore” showing clothing of women and girls who have experienced sexual violence. Women are never to blame. 4 Health care providers cannot offer anything for women experiencing violence true/false True False Women who are abused are more likely to seek health services than those who are not, even if they don’t explicitly disclose such violence. Therefore health services are an important entry point for women experiencing violence to access health care and psychological support and referrals that they need.
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Score: 662780.47 - https://www.who.int/reproductivehealth/quiz-vaw/en/
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