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Corporal punishment includes: spanking, hitting, pinching, squeezing, paddling, whipping/ “whupping,” swatting, smacking, scratching, pulling hair, slapping, washing a child’s mouth with soap, making a child ingest spices or kneel on painful objects, and forcing a child to stand or sit in painful positions for long periods of time. (...) Visit the page Press release 12 November 2021 Ten new child-friendly courts established in Ghana with support from Denmark and UNICEF Visit the page Press release 07 July 2021 New hope for vulnerable children in Ghana to grow up in caring families Visit the page Press release 03 February 2021 The Government of Ghana, the Embassy of Denmark and UNICEF launch a partnership to support the COVID-19 response Visit the page Footer UNICEF Ghana Home What we do Research and Reports Stories Press Centre Related UNICEF Sites UNICEF West and Central Africa U-Report Ghana UNICEF Connect Generation Unlimited Contact Us Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Legal Contact us Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1081790.9 - https://www.unicef.org/ghana/r...orts/corporal-punishment-ghana
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GIVING EFFECT TO ARTICLE 22: EFFECTIVENESS EVALUATION: GUIDANCE ON MONITORING OF MERCURY AND MERCURY COMPOUNDS TO SUPPORT EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE MINAMATA CONVENTION
HUMAN BIOMARKERS .................................................................................................. 65 5.7.1. Human hair ................................................................................................................ 66 5.7.2. (...) Measuring mercury levels in the blood, hair and/or urine of individuals from target populations provides direct information on human exposures to mercury, from which risks to human health can be assessed. (...) The goal of tier 1 is to focus on a vulnerable subpopulation and take total mercury measurements in blood, urine or hair. This activity should ideally be repeated in the same population every 2 to 5 years.
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Score: 1079936.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=UNEP/MC/COP.4/INF/12*&Lang=E
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She lost her appetite and hair – and her sense of taste. Moreover, the costs of therapy were tremendous – full treatment was ¥2 million (US$ 18 000) a year. (...) Five years later, patient management was strengthened by the establishment of the community hepatitis care network which links primary care physicians with specialised regional centres to jointly co-manage liver disease. (...) Subsidised costs for hepatitis care means that people like Sachiko can access the best possible treatment using DAA medicines to cure hepatitis C.
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Score: 1078116.8 - https://www.who.int/australia/...disease-and-financial-hardship
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She lost her appetite and hair – and her sense of taste. Moreover, the costs of therapy were tremendous – full treatment was ¥2 million (US$ 18 000) a year. (...) Five years later, patient management was strengthened by the establishment of the community hepatitis care network which links primary care physicians with specialised regional centres to jointly co-manage liver disease. (...) Subsidised costs for hepatitis care means that people like Sachiko can access the best possible treatment using DAA medicines to cure hepatitis C.
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Score: 1078116.8 - https://www.who.int/republicof...disease-and-financial-hardship
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She lost her appetite and hair – and her sense of taste. Moreover, the costs of therapy were tremendous – full treatment was ¥2 million (US$ 18 000) a year. (...) Five years later, patient management was strengthened by the establishment of the community hepatitis care network which links primary care physicians with specialised regional centres to jointly co-manage liver disease. (...) Subsidised costs for hepatitis care means that people like Sachiko can access the best possible treatment using DAA medicines to cure hepatitis C.
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Score: 1078116.8 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...disease-and-financial-hardship
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Cy Zorbigo, the founder, explained his youthful frustration that led to the creation of QuickCuts: “I hated getting a haircut as a child… Later at college I wanted a quick and simple cut with no fuss, short in the back and sides, a little less on top, and cheap, cheap, cheap – how can an odd- jobbing 20-year old afford fancy hair salons?” Jobless with a degree in business, and without any training in hair styling, Cy started cutting hair door-to-door in his impoverished neighbourhood for one tenth what the shops were charging. (...) Exercise: Innovation and supportive polices - 4 cases IATT WS6 Webinar – Q4 2020 page 7 UNCTAD Annex: List of potentially relevant policies  Science grants  R&D funding  Tax incentives  Public procurement  Support for private demand (firms and households)  Industrial/tech parks and clusters  Roadmaps and technology foresight  Trade policy (tariffs)  Entrepreneurship and business incubation  Scholarships  Awareness raising  Product and process standardization (regulation)  Consumer protection, certification  Intellectual property rights  Competition law  STI fund  SME fund, support  Ministerial or sector-level STI policy  Policies supporting international scientific cooperation  Policies governing higher (university) education  Policies governing primary and secondary education  Policies governing research and R&D themes and areas in public academic and research institutions  ICT policy  Polices on transport and logistics  Gender polices  Policies supporting women and youth entrepreneurship  Technology transfer policies and facilities  Policies governing engagement with international development partners  Investment and export promotion policies  Industrial policy  Environmental policies, policy on SDGs  Policies and regulation on homologation of vehicles and machinery used in agriculture activities  Licensing policies related to personal care businesses  Licensing policies related to financial service businesses  Policies on agriculture and rural development
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Score: 1075496.3 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...polices%204%20handout%20v2.pdf
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Here's How You Can Make Your Own DIY, Zero-Waste Sanitizer       UNICEF Armenia/2020/Margaryan Switch your bottles for bars Enrich your shower routine by switching from bottled products to more traditional bars of soap! Sustainable hair care companies have begun to produce shampoo, conditioner, and shower gels all in bar form. It is important to be conscious of how much waste we contribute; if you wash your hair three or four times a week, we're guessing that's around once a month.
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Score: 1073609.9 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...ways-reduce-plastic-waste-home
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Of discontinuous synthetic fibres, containing less than 85% by weight of such fibres, mixed mainly or solely with wool or fine animal hair D. Of discontinuous synthetic fibres, containing less than 85% by weight of such fibres, mixed mainly or solely with fibres, other than cotton, wool or fine animal hair E. (...) Of discontinuous regenerated fibres, containing less than 85% by weight of such fibres, mixed mainly or solely with wool or fine animal hair H. Of discontinuous regenerated fibres, containing less than 85%. by weight of such fibres, mixed mainly or solely with fibres other than cotton, wool or fine animal hair 5606 NAL A. (...) Fabrics of discontinuous synthetic fibres containing less than 85% by weight of such fibres, mixed mainly or solely with wool or fine animal hair: (i) Netting for use in the tea industry D.
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Score: 1071272.6 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91260257.pdf
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HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATION IN PALESTINE AND OTHER OCCUPIED ARAB TERRITORIES : WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE KHIAM REHABILITATION CENTER FOR VICTIMS OF TORTURE
The activist “Amjad Abo Assab” says that the child’s of AlQods suffering is not limited only in arresting him, but he also suffers from psychological crises in a jail far from his parents’ care, so he suffers from involuntary wetting, hair fail, isolation, and others. (...) He ensures that after release, Al-Qods arrested children’s care, attitudes, and thinking differ, so some of them become robbers and others drug addict, while some of them suffer from psychological disorders. 2- House arrest residence “Grounding at home”: According to the occupation, the beautiful and calm home may change into a jail, so the tender parents and siblings involuntary change into jailers, the matter that leads to disequilibrium of the family that lacks any stability. (...) Their arrest conditions cause for them serious psychological crises as involuntary wetting and hair fall. The occupation used this policy in the first half of 2013 against more than 40 children and women from Al-Qods only.
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Score: 1067270.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=A/HRC/29/NGO/57&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON THE ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS BY PERSONS WITH ALBINISM : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The most common and visible type is oculocutaneous albinism (OCA), which affects the skin, the hair and the eyes. Within this type, there are subtypes, which reflect varying degrees of melanin pigment deficiency in an individual. (...) In OCA1, there is little or no production of melanin and it is often characterized by white hair and opaque or transparent irises. In the more prevalent, particularly in African countries, OCA2, some melanin is produced and it is characterized by yellow-blonde or sandy-coloured hair and grey to light brown irises. (...) The appearance that ensues in albinism, in particular the lack of melanin in the skin, eyes and hair, exposes tens of thousands of persons to stigma and discrimination across the world.
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Score: 1062249 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/HRC/31/63&Lang=E
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