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The JAB was also in error in considering that the Administration had made “a number of reasonable efforts” to enable her to return to work in a safe and healthy working environment, as it had a duty to provide such an environment. (...) The Administration offered the Applicant a safe and healthy working environment and responded in an appropriate manner to her allegations of harassment. (...) Moreover, in Judgment No. 1194 (2004), the former Administrative Tribunal recognised that the Organization had a duty to “maintain a healthy working environment” which extended to protection of staff members’ physical and psychological integrity. 62.
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Score: 731341.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2011-022e.pdf
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We all need to act towards the same goal – to educate children and talk about healthy food, and to use all available capacities to make children to really eat healthy food, says Enisa Čučilović, one of the members of the Center for Healthy Aging in the Sarajevo municipality Centar, who participated in a workshop on healthy nutrition with primary school students. (...) Both of them say that the workshop was “super” and that they learned to make healthy sandwiches. Their friend from school Taira Ljuca carefully listened to nutritionists and chefs, and she shared her knowledge with us: “To be healthy we should eat fruit, vegetables, dairy products, healthy food, cereals.” (...) UNICEF UNICEF “We had homemade and healthy products before, and we are all healthy adults.
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Score: 623571.6 - https://www.unicef.org/bih/en/...-schools-centers-healthy-aging
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Healthy Cities, Healthy Islands and other Healthy Settings approaches, such as Healthy Villages, Health Promoting Schools and Healthy Workplaces, have seen significant progress over the past year, says Dr Shin Young-soo, WHO Regional Director for the Western Pacific. (...) WHO has worked with its collaborating centres and academic institutions to enhance technical support for Healthy Cities initiatives and to achieve healthy urbanization in key strategic areas. In addition, WHO established the Healthy Islands Recognition Programme in 2010 to revitalize the Healthy Islands initiative.
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Score: 622882.96 - https://www.who.int/australia/...s-to-safeguard-people-s-health
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Healthy Cities, Healthy Islands and other Healthy Settings approaches, such as Healthy Villages, Health Promoting Schools and Healthy Workplaces, have seen significant progress over the past year, says Dr Shin Young-soo, WHO Regional Director for the Western Pacific. (...) WHO has worked with its collaborating centres and academic institutions to enhance technical support for Healthy Cities initiatives and to achieve healthy urbanization in key strategic areas. In addition, WHO established the Healthy Islands Recognition Programme in 2010 to revitalize the Healthy Islands initiative.
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Score: 622882.96 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...s-to-safeguard-people-s-health
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Healthy Cities, Healthy Islands and other Healthy Settings approaches, such as Healthy Villages, Health Promoting Schools and Healthy Workplaces, have seen significant progress over the past year, says Dr Shin Young-soo, WHO Regional Director for the Western Pacific. (...) WHO has worked with its collaborating centres and academic institutions to enhance technical support for Healthy Cities initiatives and to achieve healthy urbanization in key strategic areas. In addition, WHO established the Healthy Islands Recognition Programme in 2010 to revitalize the Healthy Islands initiative.
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Score: 622882.96 - https://www.who.int/republicof...s-to-safeguard-people-s-health
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The philosophy behind this is no doubt to limit litigation to a minimum and ensure a healthy work environment in the Organization. In order to enable MEU to fulfill its mandate, the administrative decision must clearly be identified.. 12.
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Score: 622538.13 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/nbi-2016-182.pdf
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Healthy Cities, Healthy Islands and other Healthy Settings approaches, such as Healthy Villages, Health Promoting Schools and Healthy Workplaces, have seen significant progress over the past year, says Dr Shin Young-soo, WHO Regional Director for the Western Pacific. (...) WHO has worked with its collaborating centres and academic institutions to enhance technical support for Healthy Cities initiatives and to achieve healthy urbanization in key strategic areas. In addition, WHO established the Healthy Islands Recognition Programme in 2010 to revitalize the Healthy Islands initiative.
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Score: 622100.63 - https://www.who.int/laos/news/...s-to-safeguard-people-s-health
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Healthy Cities, Healthy Islands and other Healthy Settings approaches, such as Healthy Villages, Health Promoting Schools and Healthy Workplaces, have seen significant progress over the past year, says Dr Shin Young-soo, WHO Regional Director for the Western Pacific. (...) WHO has worked with its collaborating centres and academic institutions to enhance technical support for Healthy Cities initiatives and to achieve healthy urbanization in key strategic areas. In addition, WHO established the Healthy Islands Recognition Programme in 2010 to revitalize the Healthy Islands initiative.
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Score: 622100.63 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...s-to-safeguard-people-s-health
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article School-age children explore healthy nutrition and lifestyle with Healthy Buddy Programme UNICEF, Ministry of Health and Family Academy support school-age children to adopt a healthy lifestyle Gor Petrosyan UNICEF Armenia/2021/Grigoryan Available in: Հայերեն English 14 June 2021 Healthy Buddy programme has come a long way since its launch in the fall of 2019. (...) Students in the 6-9 age group then compete in groups to distinguish the types of food in the food pyramid or how to put together a healthy, balanced meal or how the project team calls it – a healthy plate. (...) Children then end the session with getting a Healthy Buddy magnetic sticker and their copy of the Healthy Plate that will motivate them to keep on practicing what they learned at home.
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Score: 620924.27 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...estyle-healthy-buddy-programme
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Students of the First Primary School Ilidža ,“ learned how to prepare themselves a healthy lunch. Preparing healthy lunch – the best party ever! (...) We, at school, are trying to develop an awareness of healthy eating. At the first parents’ meeting, I asked parents to bring healthy meals for lunch, and parents really keep up to that, so the children are eating fruits and vegetables. (...) “The most important segment in child development is a healthy diet. The large presence of fast-food is not good and we need to promote healthy food as much as possible.
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Score: 620129.93 - https://www.unicef.org/bih/en/...epare-themselves-healthy-lunch
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