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“Now I would love your involvement – and here’s how: For the holiday season, I’m going to be a Catapult Curator and lead a fundraising team for three wonderful evidence-based projects that help mothers and newborns survive and thrive.
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Score: 1198781.1 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...ews/2012/20121112_catapult/en/
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Select language Select language English TiếngViệt Western Pacific Viet Nam Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Tet message – stay healthy and safe Tet message – stay healthy and safe 21 January 2009 News release Hanoi, Vietnam - Select language - Tiếng Việt Tet is a time of celebration, but the World Health Organization’s Viet Nam office is also warning people of the increased risks associated with the holiday. Of most concern is the increased chance of exposure to the avian influenza virus, food poisoning and road traffic injuries. (...) I urge all people to take simple precautions to protect themselves and their family this holiday season.” Avian Influenza With the surge in the sale and slaughter of poultry for family feasts at Tet, there is a corresponding escalation in the risk of avian influenza. (...) “Please follow the simple steps, so everyone can enjoy a safe, happy and healthy holiday,” he said.   WHO Viet Nam wishes everyone luck, prosperity and most of all - good health – in 2009 Chuc Mung Nam Moi!  
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Score: 1198354.1 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...E2%80%93-stay-healthy-and-safe
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Select language Select language English TiếngViệt Western Pacific Viet Nam Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Feature stories / Detail / TET message 2013 TET message 2013 8 February 2012 - Select language - Tiếng Việt WHO/Passmore The lunar new year (Tet) is a time of joy and celebration, but as wilth any holiday period that involves eating, drinking and travelling, the risk of exposure to avian influenza, food poisoning and road traffic injuries is heightened in Viet Nam. (...) I urge all people to take the following simple precautions to protect themselves and their family this holiday season,” said Dr. Takeshi Kasai, WHO Representative in Viet Nam. (...) With the surge in the movement, sale and slaughter of poultry during the Tet holiday, there is a corresponding increase in the risk of avian influenza.
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Score: 1198354.1 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...tories/detail/tet-message-2013
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Taxis are readily available; the taxi fare from the airport to the city centre is between GHc10-GHc15 Transport to and from Holiday Inn Hotel could be provided to all participants at their request. (...) Accra’s mean minimum temperature in November is 24 °C and the maximum is 32°C. The harmattan season sets in usually in December and continues through to January. 9.2 The local time in Ghana territory is Universal Time (UTC) or GMT time. 10. (...) HOURS OF BUSINESS The working week in Ghana runs from Monday to Friday (8:00 -17:30) Saturday and Sunday being a holiday. 12. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY Local voltage is 220/240 V 50 Hz with British plugs and sockets.
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Score: 1197328.2 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...ings/2011/snmc19/docs/ip01.pdf
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CALCULATING INDICES OF THE PHYSICAL VOLUME OF INDUSTRIAL OUTPUT / PREPARED BY V. DALIN
In many branches output is traditionally lower in the main holiday season. Specific projects have been undertaken by the State Committee on Statistics (Goskomstat) of the Russian Federation to identify the seasonal wave and eliminate its influence on monthly or quarterly changes in industrial output. (...) Smoothed quarterly seasonality indices, taking maximum account of changes in the seasonal wave for recent years, are used by Goskomstat to determine trends in industry for each quarter. (...) Experience with using a 12-month moving average for seasonality indices shows that while this method gives the changing trends in the seasonal wave it does not, because of the above-mentioned factors, make it possible to measure the amplitude of the wave accurately enough, especially at the points closest to the reporting period.
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Score: 1194246.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=ENG.AUT/AC.1/R.53&Lang=E
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We hope that the Secretariat will work closely with the Advisory Committee on Budgetary and Administrative Questions (ACABQ). 5 Last year, defying expectations, the Fifth Committee completed its work before the holiday season. We look forward to building on this good momentum.
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Score: 1187970.2 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...20work_Singapore%20(ASEAN).pdf
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COUNTRY NOTES FOR 1995 E ROAD CENSUS : NOTE / PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT
The July-August period was used throughout the country (school holiday period), although understandably it is a period when traffic increases sharply near holiday resorts (Belgian coast and Ardennes) and falls appreciably in urban areas (Brussels, Antwerp, Louvain). (...) (1) The coefficient y indicates the traffic increase in the working days during the tourist season compared with that in the months with the average traffic volume (May and June) and is determined by the formula: y = T / T (1)mt,1 mt,2 where T = the average daily traffic volume in the working days in July and August as a total number ofmt,1 motor vehicles per day (24 hours); T = average daily traffic volume in the working days in May and June asmt,2 a total number of motor vehicles per day (...) On main census points (6 on E roads) counting has been carried out 4 X 24 hours (1x 24 h per season) and on the other points 3 x 24 h (not in winter season).
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Score: 1184932.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=TRANS/WP.6/AC.2/1998/1&Lang=E
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2015 Holiday Greetings from UNDESA-DSPD | DISD Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Department of Economic and Social Affairs Social Inclusion Search UN DESA Home About Us What We Do Meet our Director International Days Expert Group Meetings Social Development Briefs Resources Newsletters Careers *COVID-19 Policy Briefs SDGs Issues Ageing Cooperatives Disability Employment Family Indigenous Inequality Poverty Social Inclusion Sport Youth Publications Civil Society Capacity Development News Calendar Contact Us Home About Us What We Do Meet our Director International Days Expert Group Meetings Social Development Briefs Resources Newsletters Careers *COVID-19 Policy Briefs SDGs Issues Ageing Cooperatives Disability Employment Family Indigenous Inequality Poverty Social Inclusion Sport Youth Publications Civil Society Capacity Development News Calendar Contact Us Home 2015 Holiday Greetings from UNDESA-DSPD 2015 Holiday Greetings from UNDESA-DSPD 31 December 2015 “Development must be built on inclusive policy aligned with people”s needs, aspirations – There is one word above all that must guide us on this roadmap to ending poverty, transforming lives and protecting the planet,” Ban told the 2015 United Nations Commission for Social Development , and added: “That word is: dignity.” (...) We look forward to working with you in the coming year, building on the achievements of 2015. We wish you a happy holiday season and a prosperous New Year! Division for Social Policy and Development (DSPD) Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) United Nations (UN) News by Year 2022 (6) 2021 (57) 2020 (57) 2019 (34) 2018 (40) 2017 (56) 2016 (56) 2015 (72) 2014 (33) Resources Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Capacity Development and Partnerships Expert Group Meetings and Panel Discussions International Days International Years Newsletters Toolkit on Disability for Africa Inter-Agency Network on Youth Inter-Agency Support Group for the CRPD World Programme of Action on Youth Youth Delegate Programme Opportunities within the UN More Resources Flagship Reports World Social Report (WSR) World Youth Report (WYR) State of the World's Indigenous Peoples (SOWIP) More Publications Social Media DISD e-Brochure Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube More DISD Social Media Multimedia Multimedia Library News UN News  UN DESA Voice DISD Newsletter ECOSOC News UNSDN News Ageing Newsletter Youth Flash Newsletter Enable Newsletter Follow Us United Nations Copyright Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Site Index Terms of Use
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Score: 1182232.7 - https://www.un.org/development...ay-greetings-from-undesa-dspd/
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COVID-19 and the holidays: How to reduce your risk | UNICEF Skip to main content Toggle navigation English Français Español العربية 中文 High contrast EXPLORE UNICEF About UNICEF Where we work Work for UNICEF Partner with UNICEF UNICEF Blog UNICEF Data UNICEF Parenting Voices of Youth Support UNICEF Press Centre Donate Main navigation What We Do Research and Reports STORIES Take Action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article COVID-19 and the holidays: How to reduce your risk Tips to help keep you and your family safe. (...) Whatever you have planned for the coming weeks, we hope these tips help you and your family enjoy a healthy holiday season.   Be risk aware The level of risk depends greatly on where you live.
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Score: 1182232.7 - https://www.unicef.org/coronavirus/covid-and-the-holidays
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article COVID-19 and the holidays: How to reduce your risk Tips to help keep you and your family safe. (...) Whatever you have planned for the coming weeks, we hope these tips help you and your family enjoy a healthy holiday season.   Be risk aware The level of risk depends greatly on where you live. (...) Stay safe and we wish you and your family happy and healthy holidays! Related topics COVID-19 Parenting Global More to explore Press release 26 January 2022 COVID:19 Scale of education loss ‘nearly insurmountable’, warns UNICEF Visit the page Article How to talk to your friends and classmates about COVID-19?
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Score: 1182232.7 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam...-holidays-how-reduce-your-risk
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