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At the World Health Organization, our hearts go out to the people of the Philippines during this holiday season, especially the grief-stricken, the injured, the bereft, the vulnerable. (...) We are there now during the holiday season. We will be there tomorrow when the challenges are less urgent and visible but no less important to the health and wellbeing of Filipinos.
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Score: 1302575.2 - https://www.who.int/philippine...tanding-by-ph-in-the-long-term
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With the country’s large volume of COVID-19 vaccines – over 40 million COVID-19 vaccine doses currently available and at least 40 million more doses expected to arrive within the year – it is incumbent upon all sectors to come together now to ensure that all eligible population are fully vaccinated ahead of the holiday season. Over 34 million COVID-19 doses in the country were donated from the COVAX Facility. (...) The accelerated rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines is essential to slowing down COVID-19 transmission, especially with the increasing mobility following the gradual opening of the economy and the start of the holiday season. Together with our partners, UN agencies led by WHO and UNICEF will continue to work closely with the Philippine Government in support of ensuring equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines, a crucial tool in ending the pandemic and towards the path of a healthy and resilient Philippines.  
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Score: 1302575.2 - https://www.who.int/philippine...prioritize-the-most-vulnerable
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In example we expect the government to distribute the holidays through the year to manage the travel demand during the high seasons such as Nourooz. (...) When tourism is at the beginning steps of development may we accept the intervention of state but as soon as possible the state should leave the market through privatization - Invest in production of private goods if needed, such as highways, and let the private sector to manage them. - Use the private sector as contractor to produce public goods through auction - Pay more attention to privatization and deregulation as these have been stressed by Iran’s macro policies - Act as a referrer for fair competition among public and private firms and among privates either domestic or foreign, that is the case mentioned by the managers of international chain hotels as their expectations from the host states to an UNCTAD study. - Eliminate the overlap activities of some state bodies such as ministry of education in tourism and hospitality industry through the idea of supporting their stuff - Manage demand side via distribution of holidays - Eliminate the barriers of entry to the industry by the SMEs - Prepare micro finance to support SMEs Thank so much for your attention
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Score: 1301004.6 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...les/statements/12054Zahedi.pdf
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Weather and Clothing: The first rainy season extends from April to June and the second less heavy rainy season from September to November. (...) They are observed before the rainy season, during the months of February and March. The minimum is between 23 ° C and 27 ° C, during the summer period between the two rainy seasons (July and August). mailto:rcisse@icao.int mailto:wagyare@caa.com.gh mailto:ykebe@aci-africa.aero http://aci-africa.net/Form_delegate.php http://aci-africa.net/hotel.php 2 Visas All applicants who wish to obtain a Ghana visa need to have a valid passport. (...) q=golden+tulip+accra+phone&ludocid=17308963629764481317&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwid5-u9l-zjAhXrzoUKHUn1A5MQ6BMwFnoECBcQAg mailto:info@goldentulipaccra.com https://www.google.com/search?q=holiday+inn+accra+airport+address&stick=H4sIAAAAAAAAAOPgE-LWT9c3LMk1NK5KSdeSzU620s_JT04syczPgzOsElNSilKLixexKmbk52SmJFYqZOblKSQmJxclKiRmFhXkF5UoQNUAAD3S_nJSAAAA&ludocid=933019420824685676&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwj4y7TPl-zjAhVOx4UKHS9VCwgQ6BMwEnoECA8QAw https://www.google.com/search?
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Score: 1291660.9 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...nformation%20bulletin%20EN.pdf
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COVID-19 is a very real threat and we must stay vigilant in practicing all protective behaviours we know work, for the festive season and beyond - physical distancing and avoiding close contacts at all times, limiting time spent in or avoiding enclosed or crowded places, wearing a face mask, covering coughs and sneezes with your elbow, cleaning hands regularly and staying home if unwell. (...) “In this era of social innovation and new technologies, it is easier than ever for us to join together, even when we are apart, and we should take a full advantage of this during the upcoming holidays,” said Dr Ying-Ru Lo, WHO Representative to Malaysia, Brunei Darussalam and Singapore. (...) We hope that moving forward, we can continue celebrating our holidays in more traditional ways, and the new COVID-19 vaccines will play a key role in accomplishing this.
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Score: 1284064.6 - https://www.who.int/malaysia/n...upcoming-religious-observances
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I prepared thoroughly for the upcoming New Year season and ordered special thematic forms from Russia." – says Ainur. (...) She says that this is especially helpful when her products are ordered as a gift for various celebrations, weddings, or holidays. She believes that her educational background in economics and management will be an important support to running a successful business. (...) “There are three of us working in the workshop: my mother, myself and I have another assistant. During the holiday season, it is very difficult to manage alone.
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Score: 1275891.8 - https://www.undp.org/kyrgyzsta...es/turning-hobby-business-easy
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LETTER DATED 99/01/15 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CROATIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
GENERAL S/1999/42 15 January 1999 ORIGINAL: ENGLISH LETTER DATED 15 JANUARY 1999 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CROATIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL I should like to inform you that the Government of the Republic of Croatia has decided to keep the border crossing points Debeli Brijeg and Konfin on the international border between the Republic of Croatia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in the area of Prevlaka, which were opened for All Saints and the 1998-1999 Christmas holiday season, open permanently. The Republic of Croatia firmly believes that keeping the border crossing points Debeli Brijeg and Konfin open permanently is beneficial not only for the local population on both sides of the border, but that it will also have a positive effect on confidence-building and regional stability. Croatia’s earlier decision to open these border crossing points and the ensuing civilian cross-border traffic, in both directions, during the period of All Saints and the 1998-1999 Christmas holiday season lends credence to this belief. The Republic of Croatia further believes that keeping these border crossing points open permanently will contribute to facilitating and accelerating bilateral negotiations on the issue of Prevlaka I should like to request your assistance in circulating the present letter as a document of the Security Council.
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Score: 1273277.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=S/1999/42&Lang=E
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CORE INFLATION MEASUREMENT : CZECH REPUBLIC / SUBMITTED BY CZECH STATISTICAL OFFICE
In the following step, in the time series of CORE, a seasonal pattern (SEASON) is found by one of the ARIMA models. (...) The Graph 1.1 shows CORE part in total CPI. In the graph 1.2 a seasonal part of CORE is detected. After subtraction of this seasonal part from CORE, seasonally adjusted ADJCORE remains. (...) The cause for the change of the typical seasonal pattern was due to an irregular shift of season for fresh fruit and vegetables, namely potatoes. 9.
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Score: 1272350.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ECE/CES/GE.22/2006/SP/3&Lang=E
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Score: 1268141.7 - https://www.who.int/brunei/news
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Videos More → Feature stories from the Western Pacific 20 December 2021 Holiday travel safety tips during COVID-19 16 December 2021 A “First Embrace” after caesarian section is saving newborn lives in Viet Nam 8 December 2021 Six ways to protect yourself and those around you during the holiday season 23 October 2021 Ending tuberculosis in the Western Pacific by 2030 Social Media Facebook Twitter Tweets by WHOMalaysia Events All →     More news from WHO 2 February 2022 Departmental news Crucial changes needed to protect workers’ health while teleworking 2 February 2022 Departmental news New online course to fight the infodemic 1 February 2022 News release Tonnes of COVID-19 health care waste expose urgent need to improve waste management systems Media Contacts [email protected] Quick links Newsroom Head of WHO Office Regional links Data Publications Campaigns Careers Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 1268141.7 - https://www.who.int/brunei/footer/quick-links
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