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The focus on these factors along with soft thinking and soft methods also became the rhythm that spread throughout the process of her attachment to Triem Tay village and Cam Kim commune. Dr Ngo Anh Dao That softness is this mental softness, isn't it? That is, instead of fighting nature, I soften my thinking. (...) Dr Ngo Anh Dao: Yes, it is! Sen Nguyen: Do you feel like a sonneratia mangroves tree? Dr Ngô Anh Đào: My friend’s sister now calls me Professor Sonneratia cause it suits me very well, and she likes the philosophy of the sonneratia mangroves tree. 2s gap, no music Host Sen Nguyen If you glimpse at Professor Sonneratia's community building and caring for soft embankments in the project area, you will feel that men are overwhelming women, but she gives a different view of cooperation and cooperation among all members of the community.
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Score: 1422736.5 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...20-%20Dr%20Ngo%20Anh%20Dao.pdf
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The whole building is designed to replicate a family environment. The centre feels like a home. In the middle of a cozy, soft room, Nino sits with the help of a supportive device. (...) But now Nino has a twinkle in her eye, she feels the different textures and is understanding the world through touch, hugging, eye contact, and smiles. (...) Nino, who cannot walk or talk, sat beside Ms. Khan, on the soft floor of the playroom. And while the adults talked, she investigated, learned, looked, and felt - things she hadn’t been able to do during the first six years of her life.
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Score: 1414108 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/sto...rms-life-children-disabilities
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September 5, 2022 Nazma took charge of her career and enrolled in UNDP’s 21st Century Skill Development Programme to improve her employability and learn essential soft skills. UNDP India Youngest of six siblings in a joint family of 15, Nazma Yunusbhai had a dream – to complete her education and teach. (...) Along with hard skills, soft skills such as critical thinking, decision making, collaboration, communication, are in great demand. (...) “I urge young mothers to educate their children, especially their daughters. I feel proud when I can influence a family positively.
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Score: 1330612.3 - https://www.undp.org/india/blo...s-21st-century-skills-training
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Community-based, individualized care transforms life for children with disabilities Public-private partnership driving positive change for children in Georgia By Inge Snip for UNICEF Georgia UNICEF/Geo-2019/Jibuti Available in: English ქართული 25 April 2019 The abundance of light and soft, calm colours first catch your eye when you enter the one-story centre. The whole building is designed to replicate a family environment. The centre feels like a home. In the middle of a cozy, soft room, Nino sits with the help of a supportive device. (...) But now Nino has a twinkle in her eye, she feels the different textures and is understanding the world through touch, hugging, eye contact, and smiles.
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Score: 1330612.3 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia...rms-life-children-disabilities
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Our impact, their voices When soft skills land hard returns An International Labour Organization programme benefits both businesses and workers through training that improves productivity and working conditions in Viet Nam. (...) SCORE Training equips the most important asset of any business – human resources, including both managers and workers – with soft skills that enable them to identify and solve problems together. “It is a small investment, but brings huge returns for employers and employees alike,” said Lee. Phuong now no longer feels discouraged when leaving home for the factory every morning.
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Score: 1324815.3 - www.ilo.org/hanoi/Infor...WCMS_548498/lang--en/index.htm
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Our impact, their voices When soft skills land hard returns An International Labour Organization programme benefits both businesses and workers through training that improves productivity and working conditions in Viet Nam. (...) SCORE Training equips the most important asset of any business – human resources, including both managers and workers – with soft skills that enable them to identify and solve problems together. “It is a small investment, but brings huge returns for employers and employees alike,” said Lee. Phuong now no longer feels discouraged when leaving home for the factory every morning.
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Score: 1324815.3 - https://www.ilo.org/hanoi/Info...WCMS_548498/lang--en/index.htm
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So far, the Swedish retail giant has sold some 4.1 million soft toys as part of its fourth annual “€1 is a fortune” campaign, in which IKEA donates €1 to UNICEF and Save the Children for every stuffed animal it sells. (...) The projects are aimed at helping children feel safe, receive a good quality education, have access to key services like water and sanitation, as well as learn and grow in an inclusive, gender-sensitive environment. (...) Through previous year’s soft toy campaigns UNICEF has received €8 million (over $11 million at current exchange rates) supporting 22 projects in 17 countries in Africa, Asia and Europe.
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Score: 1300473.8 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2008/12/285502
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Morgan is helping women workers gain the soft skills necessary to meet their full potential and career goals. (...) The importance of soft skills in the workplace have only heightened during COVID-19, where remote work and adaptability have become the norm. (...) We always strive to cultivate a culture in which everyone feels respected and can reach their full potential.
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Score: 1295295.3 - https://www.ilo.org/manila/pub...WCMS_770122/lang--en/index.htm
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But sometimes, saying goodbye can create feelings of worry and upset in your child. Here are some things to look out for and ways you can help your young one manage such difficult feelings and ultimately feel more safe and secure. (...) There is no reason to feel guilty when you need to leave your child for a short period of time. Focus instead on helping your child to learn how to manage their feelings without you – an important part of helping them to become more independent.
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Score: 1291350.6 - https://www.unicef.org/azerbai...your-childs-separation-anxiety
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Score: 1289052 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_548498/lang--en/index.htm
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