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Inclusion of these formulations in the WHO EML will facilitate country efforts to use rifapentine-containing regimens. (...) The current price of adult rifapentine formulations has curtailed the drug’s accessibility. (...) For adults, a  rifapentine 300 mg scored tablet   formulation : This stands out as the most versatile formulation for meeting dosing requirements of current regimens for TPT and the treatment of drug-susceptible TB with the rifapentine-containing 4-month regimen.
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Score: 660638.3 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...game-changing-drug-rifapentine
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Cassam View real size Pesticide formulator in Luanda, Angola - July 2008 - : K. Cassam View real size Obsolete DDT in Luanda, Angola - July 2008 - : K. (...) Cassam View real size Pesticide formulator in Luanda, Angola - July 2008 - : K. Cassam View real size Obsolete DDT in Luanda, Angola - July 2008 - : K. Cassam View real size Pesticide formulator in Luanda, Angola - July 2008 - : K. Cassam View real size Active ingredient waiting to be formulated in Luanda, Angola - July 2008 - : K.
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Score: 660624.27 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...otos/country-photos/angola/en/
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Importantly, many of the paediatric ARV formulations that are available are several times more expensive than the adult solid formulations. (...) In practice, given the current doses and formulations, the weight at which solid formulations should be offered will vary from around 10-12 kg depending on the ease of administration, acceptance and cost. (...) Then WHO/EDM, working with the regional offices, could then collaborate with relevant regional and national regulatory bodies in order to facilitate regulatory approval of new (or existing) paediatric ARV formulations including delivering regulatory advice on creating these formulations and advise on paediatric use of adult formulations.
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Score: 660301.95 - https://www.who.int/3by5/en/finalreport4Apr.pdf
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Launch Event - Guide to Formulating Gendered Social Norms Indicators in the context of Food Security and Nutrition Discover About FAO In action Media Main topics Resources Member countries Get involved English Share × Close Joint Programme on Gender Transformative Approaches for Food Security and Nutrition Overview About the Joint Programme Gender transformative approaches Who we are How we work What we do Where we work Ecuador Malawi Resources News Publications Events Partnerships Launch Event: Guide to Formulating Gendered Social Norms Indicators in the context of Food Security and Nutrition 21 JULY 202 The measurement of shifts in social norms is relatively new to programming that targets food security and nutrition. (...) The JP GTA has developed guidance on how to formulate indicators to measure changes in gendered social norms in the context of food security and nutrition.  (...) Launch Event - Guide to Formulating Gendered Social Norms Indicators ENGLISH Launch Event - Guide to Formulating Gendered Social Norms Indicators FRENCH Launch Event - Guide to Formulating Gendered Social Norms Indicators SPANISH Guide to formulating gendered social norms indicators in the context of food security and nutrition Follow us on FAO Organizational Chart Worldwide offices Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices Jobs Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Download our app © FAO 2022
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Score: 660249.9 - https://www.fao.org/joint-prog...hes/resources/events/220721/en
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Detailed quantitative and qualitative information on the composition of the preparation (biochemical pesticides) | Pesticide Registration Toolkit | 联合国粮食及 农业组织 FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Pesticide Registration Toolkit 登记工具 信息来源 Special Topics (ch) News About Training Dgroups forum 登记策略 登记程序 数据要求及测试准则 做出选择 列出所有研究报告 评估方法 风险缓解 做出决定 Registration criteria Assessment of alternatives Print #116 Detailed quantitative and qualitative information on the composition of the preparation (biochemical pesticides) OECD data point number IIIP 1.4 (pheromones and other semiochemicals – formulated product)   Circumstances in which the data are required The information is always required.   Test substance Information to be provided for: formulated product (FP)   Typical information to be provided by the applicant IIIP 1.4.1:  Contents of: technical active ingredient(s) pure active ingredient(s) formulants   IIIP 1.4.2:  Names and codes identifying the active ingredient(s): IIIP 1.4.2.1:  ISO common name proposed or accepted for active ingredients, and synonyms   IIIP 1.4.3:  For each formulant, or component in formulants: Chemical name in accordance with IUPAC and CA nomenclature Structure or structural formula Existing CIPAC and CAS numbers Trade name Specification of the formulant Function of each formulant   IIIP 1.4.4:  Formulation process IIIP 1.4.4.1:  Description of formulation process IIIA 1.4.4.2:  Discussion of the formation of impurities of toxicological concern   Guidelines US EPA Biochemicals Test Guidelines.
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Score: 659971.5 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...nes/study-detail/zh/c/1186057/
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Furthermore, the VCLT contains no provisions on formal confirmation of conditional interpretative declarations formulated when signing a treaty or late formulation of an interpretative declaration, and nor has a uniform and widespread practice of States been established concerning these questions. (...) Guideline 2.3 Japan objects to late formulation of reservations going beyond the definition set out under the VCLT. (...) Japan has formulated objections to interpretative declarations formulated by another State in two cases.
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Score: 659377.4 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...dfs/statements/ilc/japan_2.pdf
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Water emulsifiable granules comprise one or several active ingredient(s), either solubilized or diluted in a suitable organic solvent which is (are) absorbed in a water soluble polymeric shell or some other type of soluble or insoluble matrix. The formulation may contain other formulants as necessary. (...) Note 10 Analysis of the formulation before and after storage stability test should be carried out at the same time (i.e. after storage) to reduce the analytical error. Note 11 Flowability (MT 172). MT 46.3 (solid formulations stored under pressure) should be substituted for MT 46.1, which is specified for use in MT 172.
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Score: 658688.33 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...des/Specs/JMPS_Manual/6.15.doc
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One of the major benefits of micro-emulsions is that they, unlike other conventional dispersion formulations, are thermodynamically stable. In this respect they are somewhat similar to soluble concentrate (SL) formulations. (...) For this reason particular attention should be given to the directions for formulation storage. Given that they form emulsions or dilute micro-emulsions on dilution into water, micro-emulsions are treated in a similar fashion to emulsifiable concentrate (EC) formulations, with some additional modifications to take account potential use problems relating to storage and use at high and low temperatures. (...) Note 11 Samples of the formulation taken before and after the storage stability test should be analyzed concurrently after the test in order to reduce the analytical error
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Score: 656611.9 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...des/Specs/JMPS_Manual/7.23.doc
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Slide 1 Increasing Access to pediatric ARV formulations Reaching out to children in '3by5' HIV care and treatment for children A technical consultation UNICEF/WHO Charlie Gilks, Director, Coordinator Treatment and Prevention Scale up HIV/AIDS Department, WHO Geneva Geneva, 3-4th Nov 2004 '3X5' -what do we mean? 3by5 is a target: 3 million on treatment by end 2005 The goal is universal access to ART as a human right The process is scale-up of national treatment action The challenges are to transform HIV/AIDS into a chronic disease and to accelerate HIV prevention making the intervention sustainable Delivering on 3 x 5 WHO and partners seek to catalyse rapid uptake of ART in communities where it is needed now but not widely accessible Supporting countries to recognise and respond to their HIV/AIDS treatment gap and leveraging the necessary resources to enable ART to be scaled up rapidly in line with 3x5 targets AND accelerate HIV prevention Simplifying and standardizing ART as far as possible without compromising effectiveness to enable widespread scale up and delivery in resource constrained settings • 15% of the global treatment burden is in children • ART works in children as well as in adults • But children are NOT getting on to treatment – Poor advocacy – Difficulties with diagnosis – Lack of appropriate formulations Understanding the Lack Of Access To Acceptable, Affordable And Appropriate ARV Formulations For Paediatric Use • No Fixed Dose Combinations (FDCs) available in paediatric formulations. • Of the few children who have access to treatment, almost all rely on adult capsules or tablets broken or mixed by parents or carers, dangerous under +/-over dosing. • Insufficient PK, PD or dosing data • No guidance on basic package of pead formulations, benchmarks for care or demand forecasting ART IN FIXED DOSE COMBINATIONS: ADULT AND PAEDIATRIC FORMULATIONS d4T + 3TC + NVP Adult Children FORMULATIONS Adult: d4T (30 mg or 40mg), 3TC 150mg, NVP 200 mg) Adult Children "Junior" (10 - 30 Kg):d4T 12mg, 3TC 60mg, NVP 100 mg Children "Baby" (3 – 10 Kg): d4T 6mg, 3TC 30mg, NVP 50mg '3X5' -what do we mean?
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Score: 655637.5 - https://www.who.int/3by5/en/1gilks.pdf
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The DNA may use the incident data to submit a proposal under Article 6 of the Convention regarding severely hazardous pesticide formulations causing problems under conditions of use in a country. 1.3 What is a pesticide incident reporting system? (...) It includes: • pesticides available and in common use in the country – active ingredients and product formulations; • pesticide import and national sales statistics; preferably product specific; • types of crops treated. (...) Information on the characteristics of the product formulation, whether it was used as a powder or liquid, for instance should be included in this base line hazard information.
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Score: 655571.4 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...s/Code/Incidentreporting09.pdf
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