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STRUCTURED PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PURCHASING POWER PARITIES AND CONSUMER PRICE INDICES / SUBMITTED BY EUROSTAT AND OECD
Rice, bread, men’s shirts, personal computers, transport services and personal care services are examples of product clusters. 3.
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Thanks to the information transmitted by the NGO UPDECO, a partner organization of UNICEF, Emmanuel headed for a drop-in center where former children associated with armed forces and armed groups were taken care of.  When he arrived at the center, Emmanuel immediately understood that he made the right decision. (...) Thanks to the funding from the Swedish Development Cooperation (SIDA) and the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERD), UNICEF provided psychosocial support and care to thousands of children formerly associated with armed forces and armed groups in 2020. Related topics Child protection Children, not soldiers Child rights Democratic Republic of the Congo More to explore Article A vital aid to the displaced children Each child deserves to be protected, to receive care, and to profit from the support and services necessary in order to thrive.
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Score: 1060374.3 - https://www.unicef.org/drcongo/en/stories/kill-or-be-killed
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However, some regulators shared a different view that International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER DGP-WG/20-WP/3 25/9/20 DGP-WG/20-WP/3 - 2 - toiletry articles do not permit articles that contain alcohol, and therefore, the most appropriate entry in Table 8-1 for hand sanitizers is “Alcoholic beverages containing more than 24 per cent but not more than 70 per cent alcohol by volume”, requiring passengers and crew members to carry only hand sanitizers with no more than 70% alcohol by volume and no more than 5 L total net quantity of alcohol per person. 1.5 When reviewing the previous editions of the Technical Instructions, it was found that the description of “containing alcohol” was last used in the 2007-2008 Edition, and the examples of hair sprays, perfumes and colognes were last used in the 2017-2018 Edition. 1.5.1 In the 2007-2008 Edition, the equivalent entry reads, “non-radioactive medicinal or toilet articles (including aerosols). (...) The term ‘medicinal or toilet articles (including aerosols)’ is intended to include such items as hair sprays, perfumes, colognes and medicines containing alcohols.” 1.5.2 From the 2009-2010 Edition to the 2017-2018 Edition, the entry of toiletry articles included “the term ‘toiletry articles (including aerosols)’ is intended to include such items as hair sprays, perfumes and colognes.” 1.6 It is believed that the elimination of the examples as well as the words “containing alcohol” led to the conclusion that the entry of toiletry articles is not the most appropriate for alcohol- based hand sanitizers. 2. (...) Other dangerous goods 17) Non-radioactive medicinal articles (including aerosols), toiletry articles (including aerosols) (e.g. hair sprays, perfumes and medicines containing alcohol) and aerosols in Division 2.2 with no subsidiary hazard Yes Yes No a) no more than 0.5 kg or 0.5 L total net quantity per single article; b) no more than 2 kg or 2 L total net quantity of all articles (e.g. four aerosol cans of 0.5 L each) per person; c) release valves on aerosols must be protected by a cap or other suitable means to prevent inadvertent release of the contents; and d) the release of gas must not cause extreme annoyance or discomfort to crew members so as to prevent the correct performance of assigned duties. — END —
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Score: 1059873.6 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG20/DGPWG.20.WP.003.2.en.pdf
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Nickey Kanyinda Mputu (translated from French by Lucy Oyelade) Available in: Français English 11 May 2020 “Her little feet swelled up, her hair became yellow, she didn’t have an appetite and she didn’t play anymore,” Clarisse’s mother, Arlette Mandiabu, remembers. (...) Thanks to a therapeutic eating regime as well as adapted medical care, Clarisse started to gain weight and found her appetite. (...) In 2019, UNICEF increased children’s vaccinations, birth registration, care for severe cases of malnutrition and community-based nutrition information in more than 200 villages in the Haut-Katanga province.
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Score: 1059137 - https://www.unicef.org/drcongo.../stories/good-food-good-growth
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Hence the tole- rable intake established in 2004 applies also to children. Health care Significant releases of mercury to the environment result from the use of thermometers and blood pressure monitors, and from the incineration of medical waste.5,6 Health-care facilities may be res- ponsible for as much as 5% of all mercury released in wastewater. (...) The use of mercury-containing beauty creams, hair treatment and other cosmetic products may cause significant exposure. (...) WHO (2005) Policy Paper: Mercury in Health Care. Geneva, World Health Organization (WHO/SDE/WSH/05.08). http://www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/ medicalwaste/mercury/en/index.html 6.
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Score: 1057297.4 - https://www.who.int/ipcs/features/mercury.pdf
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“I make a living with my small hair salon adjacent to my one-room apartment which were by the strong wind and waves during the floods. (...) The fact that Hoa and her husband have to take care of 2 visually impaired children also makes their lives under those conditions more challenging.   (...) I need to send my older son to Da Nang where he can receive specialized care for visually impaired children, but right now we’re unable to send him.
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Score: 1056240.4 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam...mpaired-children-during-floods
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They comforted me by saying “we  love  you, don’t care about then”.    That was the time when I started to feel the pinch.  (...) Many of  them were gossiping when  I  was on duty, but at  that  time I didn’t care. What I kept  in mind was  that I have  to  work hard and continue with my style of life, charming to everybody and respect all.    Now as a Member of Parliament  I am proud of my President  Jakaya Mrisho  Kikwete who  appointed me. He  didn’t  care  about my  colour,  he  cared  about my  ability. 
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Score: 1052279.1 - https://www.un.org/en/durbanre...pdf/Al%20Shaymaa%20Kwegyir.pdf
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REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS MISSION TO INVESTIGATE ALLEGATIONS OF THE USE OF CHEMICAL WEAPONS IN THE SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC ON THE ALLEGED USE OF CHEMICAL WEAPONS IN THE GHOUTA AREA OF DAMASCUS ON 21 AUGUST 2013 : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
• Over fifty interviews given by survivors and health care workers provided ample corroboration of the medical and scientific results (...) Withdrawing and analyzing bio-medical samples (blood, urine, hair) was a prioritized activity within the bio-medical investigation. (...) Furthermore, among those with especially significant signs, hair samples were also taken. Each individual was photographed.
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article When you neighbour is a life-saver Community based Primary health care centres in South Sudan save lives and give mothers peace of mind. Helene Sandbu Ryeng UNICEFSouthSudan/Ryeng 04 December 2019 In a line as straight as a Hollywood star’s hair divide at the Oscar Gala, the road from Renk stretches south to Jelhak. (...) “Having a health centre so close is priceless when you have young ones,” she says. The primary health care centre in Jelhak, funded through UK Aid’s Harris programme, provides antenatal care, curative consultation, regular health checks, nutrition screening and treatment and immunization.
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Score: 1050609 - https://www.unicef.org/southsu.../when-you-neighbour-life-saver
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By Steve Nzaramba UNICEF/2021 14 December 2021 Western Rwanda - Meet Dorcas Nishimwe, a 20-year old girl living in Rubavu, a district bordering the Democratic Republic of Congo. Her hair is woven into short dreadlocks, a red bandana keeping the strands of hair in check. (...) “But further to that, they go to great lengths to ensure that persons living with disability are also reached, and for this, I salute you. You make us feel cared for and included along with the rest of the society and this is no small thing,” she says thoughtfully.
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Score: 1048194.3 - https://www.unicef.org/rwanda/...-push-overcome-deadly-pandemic
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