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NOMBRE INSTITUCIÓN 1 Marisol Vicuña CARE 2 Elena Esquiche CARE 3 Walter Vilchez Dávila CARE Perú 4 Yeri Cornejo CARITAS PERU 5 Eugenia Fernan Zegarra Defensoría del Pueblo 6 Luisa Sacieta EsSalud 7 Rosa Monge Tafur FORO SALUD-JAMPI 8 Rocio Gutierrez Forosalud 9 Gloria Carmona Instituto Nacional de Salud 10 Oscar Aquino Instituto Nacional de Salud 11 Carlos Velasquez Vásquez Instituto Nacional Materno Perinatal 12 Luis Huicho Instituto Nacional de Salud del Niño 13 Zulema Tomas Gonzales Instituto Nacional de Salud del Niño 14 Salvador Herencia Inversión Por la Infancia 15 Oscar Liendo Inversión Por la Infancia 16 Wendy Albán Mesa de Concertación de Lucha contra la Pobreza 17 Federico Arnillas Mesa de Concertación de Lucha contra la Pobreza 18 María Rosa Boggio Mesa de Concertación de Lucha contra la Pobreza 19 Rommy Ríos Núñez Ministerio de Desarrollo e Inclusión Social 20 María Luz Pérez Goycochea Ministerio de Desarrollo e Inclusión Social 21 Alfonso Tolmos Ministerio de Desarrollo e Inclusión Social 22 Jéssica Niño de Guzmán Ministerio de Economía y Finanzas 23 Nelly Huamani Ministerio de Economía y Finanzas 24 Silvia Quinteros Ministerio de la Mujer y Poblaciones Vulnerables 25 Liliana Huayhua Palomino Ministerio de la Mujer y Poblaciones Vulnerables 26 Bernardo Ostos Ministerio de Salud 27 Lucía Solís Alcedo Ministerio de Salud 28 Rubén Figueroa Ministerio de Salud 29 Luis Miguel León García Ministerio de Salud 30 Tania Paredes Ministerio de Salud 31 Irma Ramos Chávez Ministerio de Salud 32 Carlos Alvarado Ministerio de Salud 33 Alberto Zapata Herrrera Ministerio de Salud 34 Marco Carrasco MINSA - CUSCO 35 Jeannette Avila MINSA - DGE 36 Andres De Francisco OMS - PMNCH 37 Cristina Smith OPS Perú 38 Patricia Ugarte Rodríguez OPS Perú 39 Adrian Diaz OPS Perú 40 Alfredo Guzman OPS Perú 41 Miguel Dávila OPS Perú 42 Luis Gutiérrez OPS WDC 43 Matilde Pinto OPS WDC 44 Catherine Bonilla Untiveros PARSALUD TALLER DE REVISIÓN DE FACTORES DE ÉXITO EN EL PROGRESO DE LA SALUD Y NUTRICIÓN OPS/OMS 26-27 MARZO 2014 NOMBRE INSTITUCIÓN 45 Carmen Heredia Plan Internacional 46 Gastón Garatea Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú 47 Delia Haustein PRISMA 48 Susana Chávez PROMSEX 49 Abel Salinas Rivas Sociedad Peruana de Pediatría 50 Gracia Subiria UNFPA 51 P.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE ADVERSE EFFECTS OF THE MOVEMENT AND DUMPING OF TOXIC AND DANGEROUS PRODUCTS AND WASTES ON THE ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS, OKECHUKWU IBEANU : ADDENDUM
The economic decline of these once booming towns can be seen in the overall worsening of living conditions, characterized by high unemployment rates, deterioration in the quality of education and health care and limited access to sources of pure drinking water and uncontaminated food products. (...) Limited studies on the impact of mercury on the health of local population have shown that mercury has accumulated in various tissues and parts of the body (hair, blood, urine) of the persons analysed. Maximum levels were registered among workers employed in the mercury plant.
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OMS | Marco estratégico para 2012 - 2015 Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Buscar Buscar PMNCH Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menú de navegación La Alianza Marco estratégico para 2012 - 2015 Conclusion The Continuum of Care is the reference point, to which the Partnership will return continually in its work with Partners and other stakeholders. Once effective intervention packages are in place across the RMNCH Continuum of Care, and accessible to Every Women and Every Child, rapid achievement of MDGs 4 and 5 and the objectives of the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health must surely follow. « Página anterior 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Contents Resumen Introducción Avances, obstáculos, oportunidades y riesgos en el contexto actual Propuesta de valor de la Alianza Perspectiva y misión de la Alianza Objectivos estratégicos de la Alianza Conclusion You are here: Alianza para la Salud de la Madre, el Recién Nacido y el Niño Quick Links Mapa del sitio Acceso Temas de salud Datos y estadísticas Centro de prensa Publicaciones Países Programas y proyectos Gobernanza Acerca de la OMS Ayuda y servicios Contactos Preguntas frecuentes Empleo Sugerencias Privacidad Mensajes fraudulentos Oficinas regionales de la OMS Región de África Región de las Américas Región de Asia Sudoriental Región de Europa Región del Mediterráneo Oriental Región del Pacífico Occidental © OMS 2022 Arriba
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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN
GE.12-10103 (EXT) Consejo de Derechos Humanos 19º período de sesiones Tema 3 de la agenda Promoción y protección de todos los derechos humanos, civiles, políticos, económicos,
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Key resources Long-term care (LTC) protection for older persons: A review of coverage deficits in 46 countries Más de la mitad de las personas mayores no tiene acceso a cuidados de larga duración de calidad Challenges in long-term care of the elderly in Central and Eastern Europe L’emploi et la protection sociale dans le nouveau contexte démographique (discussion générale) Derechos, empleos y seguridad social: Una nueva visión para hombres y mujeres de edad avanzada Derechos, empleos y seguridad social: Una nueva visión para hombres y mujeres de edad avanzada Can The European Elderly Afford The Financial Burden Of Health And Long-Term Care? (...) Promoting occupational health services for workers in the informal economy through primary care units © 1996-2022 Organización Internacional del Trabajo (OIT) | Derechos de autor y autorizaciones | Política de Privacidad | Alerta de fraude | Descargo de responsabilidad   Volver arriba
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REPORT :ADDENDUM / SUBMITTED BY THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS, JORGE G. BUSTAMANTE
No 26.08.2009 Thailand JUA A group of 78 individuals that arrived in Thailand on 26 January 2009 and who were subsequently transferred to the Immigration Detention Center (IDC) in Ranong, Thailand, including minors Arbitrary detention of individuals from the Rohingya minority of Myanmar at the Immigration Detention Center in Ranong, Thailand; Lack of access to medical care in detention. 17.11.2009 16.11.2009 United Arab Emirates JAL Ms. (...) They also pulled his hair and started cutting them. Mr. R.S.friend was also beaten up. (...) M.K.A, an Indian student from the Victoria Institute of Technology in Melbourne, was attacked on the evening of 22 June 2009 when he was coming out of a hair saloon. He was walking near a railway station in eastern suburb of Melbourne when two men, wearing hooded jackets walked up to him and punched him without any provocation.
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LETTER FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF KOREA
In south Korea, deprived completely of “sovereign rights” and independence, ensuring only the American interests and yielding all to the US aggression and predatory policy, human rights in its true sense is unconceivable. The US does not care the dignity and life of south Korean people. (...) People including women, children and the aged, who should be protected and taken care of, are neglected. Among the entire south Korean women, two thirds including students in mid and high school face the threats of sexual violation and 70% of female workers are with constant fears of dismissals although they work in the terrible conditions.
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VISIT TO KYRGYZSTAN :REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT OF EVERYONE TO THE ENJOYMENT OF THE HIGHEST ATTAINABLE STANDARD OF PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH
The health reforms have shifted the focus from hospital care to outpatient care, and to primary health-care services in particular. (...) Transparency in the health-care system and role of health-care personnel 36. (...) In some cases, they are, intentionally or unintentionally, complicit in certain types of human rights abuses, for example when 15 World Bank and WHO, “Den Sooluk national health reform programme: joint review summary note”, April 2017. 16 The State-guaranteed benefits package provides for primary health care, outpatient emergency care, emergency consultation services (air ambulances), specialized outpatient health care, inpatient health care, health-care services financed by the high-tech medical care fund, dental care, medicines and vaccines, and immunization.
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE ENJOYMENT OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS BY OLDER PERSONS, ROSA KORNFELD-MATTE :ADDENDUM
Home and family care 56. In Austria, home care is the most common form of care for older persons; with institutional and community care services being relatively scarce. In 2007, Austria adopted the Home Care Act, 20 which provides a legal framework for 24-hour care for care-needing people in private households. (...) Austria provides a variety of palliative care services, including palliative care units and mobile palliative care teams, as well as hospices for long-term care.
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WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND: EQUALITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (EHRC) - NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
However, there is evidence that equality and human rights standards have not been upheld in residential care settings during the pandemic, including in key decisions about care home admissions, visits and access to critical care.10 Restrictions to visits and daily living activities – while put in place to protect the right to life – have led to restrictions of other human rights, including the right to independent living, respect for private and family life, and the right to liberty.11 We have also received concerning intelligence that some care home have continued 1 The King’s Fund (2020), Social care 360. 2 Ibid. 3 Age UK (2019), Estimating need in older people: findings for England. 4 The King’s Fund (2020), Social care 360. 5 Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (11 June 2020), ‘Budget Survey 2020’. 6 Equality and Human Rights Commission (2020), How coronavirus has affected equality and human rights. 7 Ibid. 8 Coronavirus Act 2020 replaces the previous duty on local authorities in England to assess and meet a person’s needs for care and support (as provided for by the Care Act 2014) with a power to do so, thereby downgrading the level of care to which an individual is entitled. (...) Up until 29 April 2020, care home deaths were not included in official reports. Disabled and older adults with care needs can also face significant barriers in challenging decisions when their care needs are not met.
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