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Of the 109 medical facilities studied, only 40 (36.7%) provided some form of syphilis testing (Table 1). The most limited syphilis testing capacity was observed at hygiene stations; of the 76 facilities of this type, only 9 (11%) performed syphilis tests. Four of the 76 hygiene stations were near municipal or county capitals; of these four hygiene stations, three offered syphilis testing. (...) Health care reform may help to increase syphilis testing capacity at the local, hygiene station level, but it remains to be determined whether reform will directly affect the availability of syphilis testing and key infrastructure.
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Score: 1108355.5 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/89/11/11-089813/en/
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One giant leap for food safety | FAO Stories | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Toggle navigation العربية 中文 english français Русский Español AR ZH EN FR RU ES One giant leap for food safety From space travel to COVID-19, the food hygiene code has stood the test of time Back in the 1960s, space travel brought to light the critical importance of food safety. (...) The team approached food safety the way it tested engineering reliability: by checking the weak points in the system. (...) In its latest gathering, the Codex Alimentarius Commission has further promoted the HACCP-approach, a process to assess hazards and establish control systems that focus on prevention rather than on end-product testing.©FAO/Maxim Zmeyey This code follows the food chain from production to consumer, setting out the necessary hygiene conditions for producing food which is safe and suitable for consumption.
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Score: 1096758.9 - https://www.fao.org/fao-stories/article/en/c/1311934/
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“After dusting and mopping the rooms, corridors and open spaces, I disinfect chairs, doors, walls and places where people who cannot stand in the sun sit while awaiting coronavirus testing. All this requires water,” says Rose. UNICEF Malawi/2021/Chikondi 12-year-old Ana Kanyoza washes her hands at the ETU where she went for a COVID-19 test Until recently, the ETU’s water and electricity supply were constantly being disrupted and preventing the spread of infection was extremely difficult. (...) Rose is certain that hand hygiene and sanitary settings help to disrupt the transmission of COVID-19, ensuring that people who visit the centre get medical tests, not infections. (...) However, Rose, like frontline health workers, is constantly exposed to COVID-19 as the centre is often congested with people who might test positive for the virus. “I take a swab test every 14 days.
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Score: 1083342.2 - https://www.unicef.org/malawi/...-covid-19-treatment-sites-safe
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Activities include: the creation of a ‘Hand Hygiene Tree’ - this will give staff the opportunity to commit to hand hygiene by using their hand print to make a ‘leaf’ to add to a tree; a competition for all staff to decorate a pair of gloves, with a ‘peoples choice’ award on offer for the winner; promotion of their hand hygiene e-Learning package and practical hand hygiene testing using GlitterBug; celebration of improved compliance rates in hand hygiene since beginning an audit program; and hand hygiene education displays and information for staff, visitors and patients. (...) The Health Authority has created many promotional materials to support this day and certificates of appreciation will be given out to nursing homes who participated in the WHO hand hygiene promotional programme and public hospitals who acted as WHO multimodal hand hygiene improvement strategy pilot test sites. (...) The conference room at the Clinique Générale-Beaulieu, Geneva, will be the venue for a hand hygiene event on 5th May, with activities such as hand hygiene films, demonstrations of hand disinfection using a fluorescence test with ultraviolet lighting, workshops about protecting health-care workers' skin, display of posters, distribution of flyers about the "5 Moments of Hand Hygiene" and a quiz about hand hygiene.
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Score: 1080609 - https://www.who.int/campaigns/world-hand-hygiene-day/2010
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The test, a real-time RT-PCR, is a molecular test that detects genetic material. It needs to be conducted in molecular testing laboratories. The National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology (NIHE), Pasteur Institute Ho Chi Minh, Tay Nguyen Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology, Pasteur Institute Nha Trang and some designated hospitals – the recipients of the COVID-19 virus testing reagents – have the facility and resources to conduct the same laboratory methods for other pathogens. (...) To further support laboratory testing, WHO has been facilitating access of countries, including Viet Nam, to the newly developed tests.
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Score: 1077786.7 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...sources-for-covid-19-detection
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Eight hundred and fifty schools were sanitized two days before the exams with essential hygiene and cleaning materials. Digital thermometers were provided so that test supervisors could monitor the students’ temperatures. (...) However, given the importance of having these testing centres open and operational, we coordinated with our many supply-chain partners to get this to happen," said Giorgio Figus, head of UNICEF State of Palestine's Supply team.     (...) Seventy-one per cent of the students passed the exam, according to the ministry. The test is divided between a science stream where the average score was 99.6 out of 100, and an art stream, where the average score among test-takers was 99.3 out of 100.
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Score: 1076680.9 - https://www.unicef.org/sop/sto...safety-first-then-celebrations
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South-East Asia Bangladesh Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Water quality tests guard people from diseases Water quality tests guard people from diseases 27 November 2018 Feature story Cox’s Bazar Every day, six teams of keen young sample collectors set out from a water quality testing laboratory in Cox’s Bazar to visit Rohingya camps and surrounding communities. (...) The tests are designed to detect fecal contamination by analysing water samples for E. (...) The team shares the test results with all the water and sanitation organisations for follow-ups, which could range from emergency ‘shock chlorination’ of the water, to community hygiene behaviour change campaigns.
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Score: 1074924.8 - https://www.who.int/bangladesh...sts-guard-people-from-diseases
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These included wall comics, flash mobs, forum theatres and slam poetry sessions to promote correct information as well as positive attitudes in relation to sanitary and hygienic practices. Citizen Led Water Quality Testing and Awareness Campaigns were conducted through the Awareness Booths. The public were involved in testing the water they consumed, which increased awareness of safe water and triggered the urge to take immediate action for safe water and positive hygiene behaviours. 3. Water quality improvement Water quality tests: Rapid response teams and FCHVs performed residual chlorine and presence-absence faecal coliform tests at water sources in cholera hotspots.
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Score: 1074394.1 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/me...and_Preparedness_Programme.pdf
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Then we were looking at water quality testing which kind of brought us to water supply. (...) So far, we have organized hygiene and health promotion sessions, messaging, household visits, and water quality testing”, tells the Hygiene Promotion Specialist acting at camps 14, 15, 8E and 8W.  (...) Media Contacts Catalin-Constantin Bercaru WHO Country Office Bangladesh Email: [email protected] News Bangladesh launches a pilot to measure financial flows in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector 8 August 2018 Water quality testing laboratory starts activities in Cox's Bazar 29 October 2017 Improving drinking water quality in Rohingya camps 10 July 2018 Water filters – helping guard pregnant women from disease 3 October 2018 Water quality tests guard people from diseases 27 November 2018 Fact sheets Sanitation 14 June 2019 Drinking-water 14 June 2019 Quick links Media centre Head of WHO Office Procurement Careers Regional links Data Publications Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 1071208.6 - https://www.who.int/bangladesh...ier-health-care-in-cox-s-bazar
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Touchless hand washing devices tested in 1,000 households in Analanjirofo to control the spread of COVID-19 and adopt sustainable hygiene practice Skip to main content Madagascar Toggle navigation Français English Malagasy Global links - EN Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Madagascar Explore UNICEF About UNICEF Work at UNICEF Press center Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Touchless hand washing devices tested in 1,000 households in Analanjirofo to control the spread of COVID-19 and adopt sustainable hygiene practice 21 September 2020 UNICEF Madagascar/2020 Available in: Français English Malagasy Fénérive-Est, August 31, 2020: The Analanjirofo Region, on the east coast of Madagascar, is developing innovations to better control the spread of COVID-19 in its four districts: Fénerive-Est, Soanierana Ivongo, Sainte Marie and Vavatenina. Launched on Monday, August 31, 2020, the regional campaign "Fandio Tsotra" – literally meaning “simple hand washing kit” – scales up contactless hand washing devices (DLM) with a rainwater collection system tested by UNICEF and its partners. This device involves users in the practice of one of the essential barrier gestures in the prevention and control of infections, through hand washing among the entire population.
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Score: 1070936.7 - https://www.unicef.org/madagas...ds-analanjirofo-control-spread
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