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Concerning the backlog in volume Ill of the Repertory, the Security Council Affairs Division of the Department of Political Affairs prepared studies on Articles 24, 26, 28, 30, 34, 35 (relating to the practice of the Security Council) and Articles 36 to 39 of the Charter, and thereby submitted all outstanding studies for the period 1985 to 1999 (Supplements Nos. 7 to 9). (...) As in the case of earlier studies prepared for volume Ill of Supplements Nos. 7 to 9, these studies contain a short introduction and provide links to the relevant studies of the Repertoire of the Practice of the Security Council. (...) Furthermore, at a meeting between the Codification Division of the Office of Legal Affairs, acting as coordinator for the preparation of the Repertory, and the Department of Peacekeeping Operations concerning the drafting of the studies on Articles 40 to 54 for volume Ill of Supplements Nos. 7 to 10, it was agreed that the Codification Division will reach out to partnering academic institutions potentially willing to prepare draft studies on the Articles in question 2 and that, once the drafts are completed, the Codification Division will submit them for review, as appropriate.
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Score: 1013281.6 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...ents/charter_committee/cod.pdf
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WHO | Integrated Management of Adolescent and Adult Illness (IMAI) modules Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Menu 3 by 5 home About 3 by 5 Country support Capacity building Partnership AIDS medicines and diagnostics service Documents Media centre Integrated Management of Adolescent and Adult Illness (IMAI) modules 1. (...) These simplified guidelines will allow shifting key tasks from doctors to nurses, medical aids and other first level facilities in clinical management of ARV treatment and in the management of opportunistic infections in preparation for ART. The patient education, psychosocial support, and adherence preparation and support has been designed for implementation by lay providers. (...) Chronic HIV care with antiretroviral treatment This module includes patient education, psychosocial support, prevention for positives, clinical staging, prophylaxis (INH, cotrimoxazole, fluconazole), preparation for ARV treatment then clinical monitoring, response to side effects, adherence preparation and support, management of chronic problems, and data collection based on a simple treatment card.
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Score: 984683.9 - https://www.who.int/3by5/publications/documents/imai/en/
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These simplified guidelines will allow shifting key tasks from doctors to nurses, medical aids and other staff in first-level facilities to support ARV therapy (ART) and to manage opportunistic infections in preparation for ART. The patient education, psychosocial support, and adherence preparation and support guidelines have been designed for implementation by lay providers. (...) Integrated Management of Adolescent and Adult Illness (IMAI) Chronic HIV Care with ARV Therapy This module includes patient education, psychosocial support, prevention for positives, clinical staging, prophylaxis (INH, cotrimoxazole, fluconazole), preparation for ARV therapy, initiation of a fixed-dose first-line ARV regimen in patients without complications (under the supervision of an MD or medical officer), then clinical monitoring, response to side effects, adherence preparation and support, management of chronic problems, and data collection based on a simple treatment card. (...) Acute Care Acute Care presents a syndromic approach to the most common adult illnesses including most opportunistic infections.
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Score: 984683.9 - https://www.who.int/3by5/publications/briefs/en/IMAI.pdf
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These simplified guidelines will allow shifting key tasks from doctors to nurses, medical aids and other staff in first-level facilities to support ARV therapy (ART) and to manage opportunistic infections in preparation for ART. The patient education, psychosocial support, and adherence preparation and support guidelines have been designed for implementation by lay providers. (...) Module: Acute Care Acute care presents a syndromic approach to the most common adult illnesses, including most acute, virulent and opportunistic infections. (...) Comparable acute care guidelines are already available for children- IMCI (Integrated management of childhood illness). An adaptation for high HIV-prevalence settings is available.
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Score: 975909.5 - https://www.who.int/3by5/publications/briefs/imaibr/en/
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It should not be a time of illness or mourning the loss of loved ones. I urge all people to take the following simple precautions to protect themselves and their family this holiday season,” said Dr. (...) The slaughter, defeathering, handling carcasses of infected poultry, and preparing poultry for consumption, especially in household settings, are likely risk factors. (...) This usually happens because of a lack of hygiene and sanitation when handling and preparing food. These simple practices help to reduce the risk of food poisoning: Always wash hands after going to the toilet and before and after preparing food When preparing meals keep raw and cooked food separate Cook food thoroughly Keep food at safe temperatures Use only safe water and raw materials UN Viet Nam\2010\Aidan Dockery Meanwhile, motorcycle helmet laws introduced in 2007 increased helmet wearing in motorcycle drivers and passengers from 40% to more than 90% within 6 months.
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Score: 963326.7 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...tories/detail/tet-message-2013
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Second Vice-Chairman 1. to be responsible for the overall functioning of CDC in the event of the absence or illness of the Chairman and of the First Vice-Chairman. 2. to be responsible for the activities stated in items A/2, A/3, A/4 and A/5 and A/6 of the above new article 20, in the event of the absence or illness of the First Vice-Chairman. 3. to execute other tasks as delegated by the Chairman. New Article 21: The roles and responsibilities of the CDC Secretary General shall be as follows: • to be responsible for the coordination of the Cambodian Rehabilitation and Development Board and the Cambodian Investment Board as well as managing the functioning of the General-Secretariat of CDC. • to prepare CDC work programs, agendas or necessary documentation for CDC Executive Committee meetings and CDC plenary meetings. • to prepare minutes of meetings of CDC Executive Committee and CDC plenary meetings for the signature(s) of the meeting Chairman. • to prepare CDC press releases. • to produce and submit semi-annual and annual reports on all matters pertaining to rehabilitation, development and private sector investments for CDC review and approval before final submission to the Royal Government. • to participate in the “One-Stop Service” meetings in order to review and approve on all matters pertaining to rehabilitation, development and investments. • to execute other tasks as delegated by the Chairman or the Vice-Chairmen. (...) New Article 23: The roles and responsibilities of the Secretary General of the Cambodian Investment Board (CIB) shall be as follows: • to manage the functioning of CIB. • to prepare agendas and necessary documentation for the “One-Stop Service” meetings on all matters pertaining of private sector investments. • to assist the CDC Secretary General in preparing necessary documentation pertaining to all matters of private sector investments for CDC Executive Committee meetings and CDC plenary meetings. • to monitor the implementation of private sector investments projects and programs in cooperation with relevant line ministries and to submit summary reports and recommendations for CDC Executive Committee review and action. • to assist the CDC Secretary General in preparing semi-annual and annual reports on all matters pertaining to private sector investments for CDC review and approval before final submission to the Royal Government. • to participate in the “One-Stop Service” meetings in order to review and approve on all matters pertaining to private sector investments. • to Execute other tasks pertaining to private sector investments as delegated by the Chairman or the Vice-Chairmen.
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Score: 952083.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/khm_e/WTACCKHM3A3_LEG_2.pdf
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Only people who have symptoms of illness or who are providing care to those who are ill should wear masks. (...) What should I do if I think either myself of a family member has COVID-19? People who are mildly ill with COVID-19 are advised to isolate at home during their illness. (...) Seek prompt medical attention if your illness is worsening (e.g., difficulty breathing).
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Score: 932910.5 - https://www.unicef.org/sudan/s...a-coronavirus-disease-covid-19
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Countries and communities therefore need to prepare now for a hot summer, according to experts from the Global Heat Health Information Network ( GHHIN ).  (...) Due to job losses and extended stay-at-home orders, people considered at risk for heat illness may be in more precarious socio-economic conditions. (...) What actions should be taken? All heat-related illnesses and deaths are preventable, but in the context of COVID-19 approaches should be adapted to local contexts, communications and outreach, and coordination and preparedness are needed.
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Score: 928524.6 - https://public.wmo.int/en/medi...on-hot-weather-during-covid-19
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It was essential for the forecasting of some of preparations that regional and international Health and Development Agencies must take to help Ministries of Health cope with Caribbean Health sector challenges post COVID-19. I fear that the Caribbean is ill prepared for what will become the bread and butter recovery and rehabilitation work to get the survivors of COVID-19 to not only be functional but to enjoy the quality of life that the Caribbean has to offer.. (...) The failure of countries to prevent and reverse the rise in NCDs through policy interventions has made their populations more vulnerable in ways that transcend simple illness on a personal level and raise the sequelae to economic burdens and crises which reverse development gains.
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Score: 927174.1 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...ent_carpha-_dr_joy_st_john.pdf
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Babies who are fed with formula are more likely to become sick with serious illnesses, such as diarrhea and respiratory infections. (...) Formula feeds should not be prepared in advance. Throw out unused formula; do not save it to feed later. (...) Wash your hands with soap and water before preparing foods and feeding baby. Wash your hands and your baby’s hands before eating.
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Score: 924445.3 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...ding%20on%20the%20Move_web.pdf
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