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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT OF EVERYONE TO THE ENJOYMENT OF THE HIGHEST ATTAINABLE STANDARD OF PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH ON HIS MISSION TO INDONESIA
At present, Indonesia has 20 outstanding visit requests from different mandate holders and is yet to issue a standing invitation to the special procedures of the Human Rights Council. 19. (...) Several public policies, programmes and initiatives stem from this normative and institutional framework, including the Healthy Indonesia and Nusantara programmes and the health components of the National Action Plan on Human Rights 2015–2019. (...) The national social security system was implemented through the issuing, by the Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional, of the Healthy Indonesia Card. By the end of 2016, 66.4 per cent of the total population, including 40 per cent of those persons in the lowest income bracket, had been covered.15 34.
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Ponctuation: 940494.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/38/36/ADD.1&Lang=F
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GLOBAL HEALTH AND FOREIGN POLICY: STRENGTHENING HEALTH SYSTEM RESILIENCE THROUGH AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE FOR ALL AS WELL AS IMPROVING INTERNATIONAL COORDINATION AND COOPERATION TO ADDRESS THE HEALTH NEEDS OF ALL STATES DURING HEALTH EMERGENCIES
Depuis le début de la pandémie, d’autres facteurs dissuasifs sont apparus, notamment les restrictions de déplacements, la perte de confiance dans le système de santé, la peur de l’infection due à de mauvaises pratiques de prévention, __________________ https://interagencystandingcommittee.org/the-inter-agency-standing-committee. Voir aussi la résolution 65.20 de l’Assemblée mondiale de la Santé. 11 Conférence internationale sur les soins de santé primaires, Déclaration d’Alma-Ata, septembre 1978. 12 OMS et Fonds des Nations Unies pour l’enfance (UNICEF), A Vision for Primary Health Care in the 21st Century: towards Universal Health Coverage and the Sustainable Development Goals (Genève, 2018). 13 OMS, base de données « WHO Coronavirus (COVID-19) Dashboard », disponible à l’adresse suivante : https://covid19.who.int (consulté le 6 août 2021). 14 Ibid.
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Ponctuation: 939293 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/76/492&Lang=F
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OMS | Consensus pour la santé de la mère, du nouveau-né et de l'enfant Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Chercher Chercher PMNCH Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Rubriques Accueil Consensus pour la santé de la mère, du nouveau-né et de l'enfant Partenariat pour la santé de la mère, du nouveau-né et de l'enfant Publication date : 2009 Language : Anglais, français Télécharger le Consensus SMNE 2009 pdf, 79kb Ce Consensus a été lancé à l’occasion de l’événement « Healthy Women, Healthy Children: Investing in Our Common Future » qui s’est tenu aux Nations Unies le 23 septembre 2009, organisé par la High-Level Task Force on Innovative International Financing for Health Systems et le PMNCH. Plus de détails sur la conférence: Investing in Our Common Future: Healthy Women, Healthy Children - en anglais Notre objectif: “Que toutes les grossesses soient désirées, que tous les accouchements soient sans danger, que tous les nouveau-nés et les enfants soient en bonne santé.”
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 938263.4 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...cations/2009_mnchconsensus/fr/
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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND REPORTS OF THE OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER AND THE SECRETARY-GENERAL :WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE PHILIPPINES: COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
For one, they don’t have as strong an immune system so they are more vulnerable to infectious disease.1 They are also more likely to have conditions such as heart disease, lung disease, 1 Kate Whiting of the World Economic Forum, An Expert Explains: How to Help Older People Through the COVID-19 Pandemic, Mar. 12, 2020, available at A/HRC/45/NI/1 GE.20-11892 3 diabetes or kidney disease, which weaken their body’s ability to fight infectious disease.2 In the country, a survey shows that older persons have a positive assessment of their health whilst growing up, with 68% claiming to have been very healthy, and 23% healthier than average.3 However, the prevalence of diagnosed illnesses is relatively high – hypertension has the highest prevalence at 46%, and diabetes, angina or myocardial infarction, and renal or urinary ailments are the next highest, although at much lower levels with all below 13%.4 In all, more than half (58%) of older Filipinos have at least one of the risky comorbidities for COVID-19.5 The vulnerability of some older persons to the COVID-19 is not entirely inherent to the consequences of an ageing body. (...) Some older persons also have isolation and mobility challenges. 9 In the Philippines, a survey shows that a considerable proportion of older persons (13%) live alone.10 The same survey shows that more than a fifth of older persons have difficulty performing at least one of the seven activities of daily living (or ADL which cover bathing and/or showering, dressing, eating, standing up from a bed or chair or sitting down on a chair, walking around https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/03/coronavirus-covid-19-elderly-older-people-health-risk/ (last accessed Mar. 27, 2020). 2 Id. 3 Josefina N.
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Ponctuation: 937710.45 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=A/HRC/45/NI/1&Lang=F
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2005/03/21 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF PERU TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
The rationale for this initiative is the need to reach a national consensus on building healthy communities, through a participatory, decentralized process involving national, regional and local actors. (...) • With a view to ensuring quality care in this area, the use of the national guides to comprehensive sexual and reproductive health care is being encouraged and family planning standards have been updated to incorporate the latest scientific findings and to cover emergency oral contraception; • In the area of health promotion, the subject of sexual and reproductive health has been systematically incorporated into the Healthy Schools Programme directed at the 34 regional health authorities, which cover a total of 3,094 primary and secondary schools; • Promulgation of policy guidelines on adolescent health, which provide for universal access by this group to comprehensive, specialized care in State and private-sector health services; special emphasis is placed on mental health and sexual and reproductive health, on the prevention and treatment of gender-based, domestic, sexual and social violence, and on the consequences of political violence; • With regard to HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases, the emphasis has been on promoting healthy lifestyles among adolescents and young people. (...) It has undertaken to promote cross-sectoral initiatives in order to ensure an integrated approach to environmental health issues and help formulate healthy public policies. With regard to the Callao lead issue, studies conducted among selected groups in Lima and Callao from July 1998 to date have brought to light a number of people with lead levels exceeding the WHO limits (10 µg/dl).
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Ponctuation: 936234.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=E/CN.4/2005/G/32&Lang=F
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT TO FOOD ON HER MISSION TO PARAGUAY : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Adequate food: malnutrition, obesity and healthy diets ................................................................ 13 A. (...) School meals are key to tackling malnutrition and promoting a healthy diet. With the adoption of Act No. 5210/14 on school meals and monitoring of health, the School Meals Programme, coordinated by the Ministry of Education and Culture, aims to ensure that students can exercise their right to food and acquire good eating habits and a healthy way of life. 60. (...) A/HRC/34/48/Add.2 GE.17-01233 13 soft drinks — low-quality food high in calories and sugar and low in micronutrients and vitamins — which makes their diet less healthy. VI. Adequate food: malnutrition, obesity and healthy diets 64.
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Ponctuation: 934014.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/34/48/ADD.2&Lang=F
Source de données: ods
VISIT TO ECUADOR : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT OF EVERYONE TO THE ENJOYMENT OF THE HIGHEST ATTAINABLE STANDARD OF PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH
It has ratified the core international human rights treaties that determine the country’s important commitments in different areas, including the right to health, sexual and reproductive rights, and the rights of children and adolescents, among others. Ecuador issued a standing invitation to the special procedures mandate holders in 2003 and in the last two years has received five country visits. 13. (...) In particular, article 32 provides that: “Health is a right guaranteed by the State and whose fulfilment is linked to the exercise of other rights, among which the right to water, food, education, sports, work, social security, healthy environments and others that support the good way of living.”
Langue:Français
Ponctuation: 918621.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/44/48/ADD.1&Lang=F
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GE.13-20993 (F)
Il peut aussi être adapté à différents types de plans ou de programmes. 7 Hugh Barton, Claire Mitcham et Catherine Tsourou (éd.), Healthy urban planning in practice: experience of European cities, report of the WHO City Action Group on Healthy Urban Planning (Copenhague, Bureau régional de l’OMS pour l’Europe, 2003). (...) Corvalán, Preventing disease through healthy environments: Towards an estimate of the environmental burden of disease (Genève, OMS, 2006), p. 80; adapté à la région de la CEE. (...) ECE/MP.EIA/WG.2/2013/4 GE.13-20993 15 a Sauf indication contraire, les preuves sont fondées sur Ben Cave, Peter Molyneux et Adam Coutts, Healthy sustainable communities: What works? (Wellingborough, Royaume-Uni, Milton Keynes et South Midlands Health and Social Care Group, 2004).
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Ponctuation: 913106.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=ECE/MP.EIA/WG.2/2013/4&Lang=F
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SUMMARY OF STAKEHOLDERS' SUBMISSIONS ON KIRIBATI : [UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW] : REPORT OF THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Joint submissions: JS1 Joint submission 1 submitted by: Kiribati Scouts Association (KSA), (Kiribati); Kiribati Women in Maritime Association (K- WIMA), (Kiribati); Reitan Aine ni Kamatu (RAK), (Kiribati); Aia Mwaea Ainen Kiribati (AMAK), (Kiribati); Healthy Eita Maeao Organisation (HEMO), (Kiribati); Te Toa Matoa (TTM), (Kiribati); Irekenrao, (Kiribati); JS2 Joint submission 2 submitted by: AIA MAEA AINEN KIRIBATI (AMAK), (Kiribati); Reitan Ainen KUC (RAK), (Kiribati); Relief Society, (Kiribati); Reitan Ainen Boretetanti (RAB), (Kiribati); Irekenrao, (Kiribati); Kometen Reitakiia Botaki n Aine (KRBA), (Kiribati); Ueen te Makeke, (Kiribati); Ainen Kiribati Iaon Betio (AKEBE); Te Toa Matoa (TTM), (Kiribati); Kiribati Girl Guides Association (KGGA), (Kiribati); Kiribati Women Teachers Network Association (KWTNA), (Kiribati); Ministry of Women in Action (MOWIA), (Kiribati); Kiribati Women And Violence Elimination (KWAVE), (Kiribati); Dorcas, (Kiribati); Nei Mom, (Kiribati); Ueen Tebike, (Kiribati); Aia Botaki Ainen Butaritari (ABAB), (Kiribati); Nikabubutin Makin, (Kiribati); Tetokanimarakei, (Kiribati); Terunganaine, (Kiribati); Ueen Kirabun Eutan Tarawa Ieta (UKETI), (Kiribati); Ueen Benita, (Kiribati); Ueen te Toaki, (Kiribati); Ueen Abemama, (Kiribati); Ueen Aranuka, (Kiribati); Marewen Nonouti, (Kiribati); Marewen Tabiteuea Meang, (Kiribati); Ueen te Ueanikai, (Kiribati); Reitan Nanoia Ainen Onotoa, (Kiribati); Tanimwarutamu, (Kiribati); Ainen Beru, (Kiribati); Matangareia Ainen Tamana, (Kiribati); Ngareia, (Kiribati); Ainen Arorae, (Kiribati); Nei Baneawa, (Kiribati); Nei Tiwiita, (Kiribati); Ainen Teeraina, (Kiribati); Ueen te Bitati, (Kiribati); JS3 Joint submission 3 submitted by: Kiribati Family Health Association (KFHA), (Kiribati); Kiribati School & Centre for Children with Special Needs (KSCCSN), (Kiribati); Kiribati Scouts Association (KSA), (Kiribati); Kiribati Red Cross Society (KRCS), (Kiribati); Kiribati Association of Non-Government Organizations (KANGO), (Kiribati); Kiribati Women in Maritime Association (K-WIMA), (Kiribati); Reitan Aine ni Kamatu (RAK), (Kiribati); Aia Mwaea Ainen Kiribati (AMAK), (Kiribati); IREKENRAO Women Association, (Kiribati); A/HRC/WG.6/35/KIR/3 8 GE.19-18011 Assemblies of God (AOG), (Kiribati); Kiribati Girl Guides Association (KGGA), (Kiribati); Te Toa Matoa (Disability Group) (TTM), (Kiribati); Alcohol Awareness Family Recovery (AAFR), (Kiribati); Healthy Eita Maeao Organisation (HEMO), (Kiribati); Seventh Day Adventist Dorcas (Church Women Fellowship) (SDA DORCAS), (Kiribati); JS4 Joint submission 4 submitted by: Franciscans International (FI), Geneva (Switzerland); Edmund Rice International (ERI), Geneva (Switzerland); Kiribati Climate Action Network (KiriCAN), (Kiribati); Life & Learn Kiribati, (Kiribati); Kiribati Women and Children Support Centre, (Kiribati); JS5 Joint submission 5 submitted by: Global Campaign for Equal Nationality Rights, New York (United States of America); Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion, Eindhoven (The Netherlands); JS6 Joint submission 6 submitted by: Kiribati Women in Maritime Association (K-WIMA), (Kiribati); Kiribati Family Health Association (KFHA), (Kiribati); AIA MAEA AINEN KIRIBATI (AMAK), (Kiribati); Reitan Aine ni Kamatu (RAK), (Kiribati); Assemblies of God (AOG), (Kiribati); Healthy Eita Maeao Organisation (HEMO), (Kiribati); JS7 Joint submission 7 submitted by: Te Toa Matoa (TTM), (Kiribati); Kiribati School and Centre for Children with Special Needs (KSCCSN), (Kiribati); Kiribati Scouts Association (KSA), (Kiribati); Kiribati Red Cross Society (KRCS), (Kiribati); ); Kiribati Women in Maritime Association (K-WIMA), (Kiribati); Reitan Aine ni Kamatu (RAK), (Kiribati); Aia Mwaea Ainen Kiribati (AMAK), (Kiribati); Kiribati Family Health Association (KFHA), (Kiribati); Healthy Eita Maeao Organisation (HEMO), (Kiribati). 2 The following abbreviations are used in UPR documents: ICESCR International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; ICCPR International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; ICCPR-OP 2 Second Optional Protocol to ICCPR, aiming at the abolition of the death penalty; ICPPED International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance. 3 For the relevant recommendations, see A/HRC/29/5, paras. 84.1–84.30, 84.44–84.47, 84.67, and 84.109–84.115. 4 JS4, para. 24.
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Ponctuation: 911721.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=A/HRC/WG.6/35/KIR/3&Lang=F
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