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N/A not recommended 2016 In pregnant women, does multiple micronutrient supplementation (I) compared to iron and folic supplements (C), improve maternal and perinatal outcomes (O)? Antenatal care Early ultrasound One ultrasound scan before 24 weeks of gestation (early ultrasound) is recommended for pregnant women to estimate gestational age, improve detection of fetal anomalies and multiple pregnancies, reduce induction of labour for post-term pregnancy, and improve a woman’s pregnancy experience. N/A recommended 2016 In pregnant women, does a routine fetal ultrasound prior to 24 weeks of pregnancy (I) compared to no or selective ultrasound (C), improve maternal and perinatal outcomes (O)? Health promotion Male involvement Interventions to promote the involvement of men during pregnancy, childbirth and after birth are recommended to facilitate and support improved self-care of women, improved home care practices for women and newborns, improved use of skilled care during pregnancy, childbirth and the postnatal period for women and newborns, and increase the timely use of facility care for obstetric and newborn complications. (...) Health promotion Community participation in quality improvement Community participation in quality-improvement processes for maternity care services is recommended to improve quality of care from the perspectives of women, communities and health care providers.
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Score: 381128.9 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...d-recommendations-updated.xlsx
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WHO | USAID Health Care Improvement Project (HCI) Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums USAID Health Care Improvement Project (HCI) Member profile The USAID-funded Health Care Improvement Project (HCI) collaborates with local health systems, in order to apply improvement approaches that enhance health care in more than 30 countries within Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America. (...) HCI also encourages stakeholders to apply innovative tools for Community Health Worker program functionality assessment and improvement (see the CHW Assessment and Improvement Matrix, CHW AIM, available at www.hciproject.org/node/1224 ). (...) What is the impact of CHW program improvements on performance, engagement, and sustainability?
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Score: 381026.59 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...ners/member_list/usaidhcip/en/
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Technical Working Group #7: Technical Working Group #7: Improving health worker productivity and performance in the context of universal health coverage: the roles of standards, quality improvement, and regulation Summary Working Group #7: Improving health worker productivity and performance in the context of universal health coverage: the roles of standards, quality improvement, and regulation Synthesis of Key Messages Improving health workers’ performance and productivity is vital to improving health care delivery in fulfillment of the Millennium Development Goals, and commitments, policies, and actions beyond 2015. (...) This paper highlights the theme of the roles of standards, quality improvement, and regulation for improving health worker productivity and performance in the context of UHC. (...) HRH interventions including standards of health care, quality improvement and regulation (inputs and processes) work in a dynamic relationship with each other to improve health worker performance and productivity.
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Score: 380860.67 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...vityandperformance-summary.pdf
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Table C-2 also includes brief examples to illustrate how to apply each rule of thumb 6 • Rule of Thumb • FS = [0.9% to 1.05%] * a/c’ age (year) * old a/c fuel burn Technology and standards • Purchase of new aircraft 7 • Improve fuel efficiency through development of modification: • Split winglets with scimitar tips (IATA) • Rule of Thumb • FS = [2% to 6%] * FB Technology and standards • Retrofitting and upgrade improvements on existing aircraft 8 • Improve fuel efficiency through development of modification: • Split winglets with scimitar tips (IATA) • Rule of Thumb • FS = [2% to 6%] * FB Technology and standards • Retrofitting and upgrade improvements on existing aircraft 9 • More efficient ATM planning, ground operations, terminal operations, en-route operations, airspace design and usage, aircraft air navigation capabilities • Measures to improve fuel-efficient departure and approach procedures: • CDO Operational improvements • Rule of Thumb • Use IFSET or • FS = 60 kg (0.06 tonnes) of fuel * number of CDOs 10 • More efficient ATM planning, ground operations, terminal operations, en-route operations, airspace design and usage, aircraft air navigation capabilities • Measures to improve fuel-efficient departure and approach procedures: • PBN STAR (Performance Based Navigation- Standard Terminal Arrivals) • Rule of Thumb • Use IFSET or • FS = 20kg to 50kg of fuel (0.02 to 0.05 tonnes) of fuel * number of arrivals on PBN STAR Operational improvements 11 • More efficient ATM planning, ground operations, terminal operations, en-route operations, airspace design and usage, aircraft air navigation capabilities • Measures to improve fuel-efficient departure and approach procedures: • CCO • Rule of Thumb • Use IFSET or • FS = 90-150kg (0.09- 0.15 tonnes) of fuel * number of CCOs Operational improvements 12 • Best practices in operations • Single engine taxi-NB • Rule of Thumb • 𝑭𝑭𝑭𝑭 = ∑[𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐 ∗ 𝑭𝑭𝑭𝑭𝒊𝒊/min (idle) * time with 1 engine off (min)] • Where i is the a/c type Operational improvements 13 • Improve fuel efficiency through development of modification: • Use SAF (ICAO Secretariat) • Rule of Thumb • CO2 savings = utilization (%) * FB * 3.16 (until international agreement is reached regarding life-cycle analysis- Doc 9988) Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) • Standards/ requirements for SAF use 14 Questions 15 Thank You! Slide Number 1 ICAO Doc 9988 and the Rules of Thumb Rules of Thumb for Estimating Benefits Overview of Doc 9988 Slide Number 5 Technology and standards Technology and standards Technology and standards Operational improvements Operational improvements Operational improvements Operational improvements Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) Questions Slide Number 15
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Score: 380811.35 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...20and%20Rules%20of%20Thumb.pdf
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Fertility declines are associated with improvements in the contraceptive prevalence rate – and socio-economic and educational improvements. (...) The number of facilities able to provide basic and comprehensive Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care (EmONC) has improved. Declines in maternal mortality are therefore associated both with declines in fertility and other socio- economic improvements; and with improved availability of and demand for skilled delivery care. (...) Investments and Initiatives outside the Health Sector: Sectors outside of health have been central to mortality declines and improvements in health. Cambodia has seen improvements in education (primary school enrolment, time spent in school, literacy), nutrition and access to improved water and sanitation.
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Score: 380742.33 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...lications/cambodia__update.pdf
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The fuel burn analysis takes into account the contribution of aircraft technology, improved air traffic management and infrastructure use (i.e., operational improvements) to reduce fuel consumption. (...) As with the fuel burn analysis, this analysis takes into account the contribution of aircraft technology, improved air traffic management and infrastructure use (i.e., operational improvements). (...) This scenario goes beyond the improvements based on industry-based recommendations.
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Score: 380668.38 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/a38/Documents/WP/wp026_en.pdf
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IMPROVING HEALTH WORKER PRODUCTIVITY AND PERFORMANCE IN THE CONTEXT OF UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE: THE ROLES OF STANDARDS, QUALITY IMPROVEMENT, AND REGULATION IMPROVING HEALTH WORKER PRODUCTIVITY AND PERFORMANCE IN THE CONTEXT OF UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE: THE ROLES OF STANDARDS, QUALITY IMPROVEMENT, AND REGULATION TECHNICAL WORKING GROUP (TWG) #7 This paper serves as a background report to inform the Global Strategy for Human Resources for Health. (...) Standards are thus the cornerstone of most health care improvement approaches, including accreditation of health facilities, external quality evaluation, continuous quality improvement, and performance improvement. (...) Experience Improving HIV Services, 2014. 41 Twum-Danso et al.
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Score: 380665.19 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...Productivityandperformance.pdf
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.  Strengthened former child soldier’s capacity to deal with mental and physical trauma caused by the crimes and their experiences.  Improved psychological wellbeing of former child soldiers (as fundamental to integrated programming).  Rehabilitate the vocational, educational, or agricultural skill level and capacity of victims to pursue and maintain socio- economic security.  Symbolic reparations may enhance social acceptance for and integration with service based reparation projects within a welcoming environment.  All eligible victims will have access to projects, both known assessed victims and those to be administratively screened at implementation.  Service based reparation projects will be implemented in localities where victims currently reside and are concentrated.  Locate and utilize existing service delivery capacity and infrastructure to expeditiously implement projects and efficiently use modest resources  Permissible security environment remains; TFV/ICC, implementing partners, and victims may freely circulate with region. Objective – 1 Improved mental health, in relation to harm suffered, of former child soldier survivors and their family members Activity Output Outcome Indicator/Measurement Project targets Activity 1.1 Identify former child soldiers in affected communities in need of mental health services  Eligible former child soldiers and their families are identified and screened  Enrolment and completion of counselling programme by eligible participating victims  Victims possess  Number of eligible enrolled in appropriate reparation programme (psychological care, physical rehabilitation,  At least 3,000 former child soldiers and their families are enrolled in ICC-01/04-01/06-3273-AnxB 13-02-2017 2/8 NM T 2 Activity Output Outcome Indicator/Measurement Project targets 1 The estimation is based on the current trends of psychological care under the assistance mandate. Conduct community sensitizations in Ituri  Improved awareness of the availability and modalities of reparation programmes strengthened coping capacity to deal with the detrimental effects of the harm suffered, as well as post-conflict life in general.  Access to referrals for complementary mental health services as required vacation training,)  Number of eligible victims referred for complementary services reparation service Activity 1.2 Provide intensive group and/or individual psychotherapy to former child soldier survivors.  Clinical intake assessment is completed for victims deem to receive therapy services  Improved psychological wellbeing of victims  Mentors are in place to follow up counseling sessions with other forms of support to victims, to assist victims in applying skills learned that will support them during the reparations programme.  Percentage of victims who demonstrated improvement in at least one area of psychological symptoms or behavioural problems between intake and three months.  Percentage of victims who demonstrated improvement in at least one area of psychological symptoms or behavioural problems between intake and six months  Percentage of victims who reported satisfaction  At least 95%1 of victims demonstrate improvement in at least one area of psychological symptoms or behavioural problems between intake and three months.  At least 95% of victims demonstrate improvement in at least one area of psychological symptoms or behavioural ICC-01/04-01/06-3273-AnxB 13-02-2017 3/8 NM T 3 Activity Output Outcome Indicator/Measurement Project targets or perceive positive impacts of their treatment at six months problems between intake and six months  At least 75% of victims report satisfaction or perceive positive impacts of their treatment at six months Activity 1.3 Hold community outreach activities, commemorations, or events.  Developed outreach messages  Established locations and means of outreaches including radio programmes  Commemorations events are organized and facilitated  Improved community awareness about the effects of the crimes and the potential benefits of trauma rehabilitation  Number of people reached during outreach events  Estimated proportion of individuals participating in commemoration events  Number of outreach and commemoration events organized  Community events reach at least 80% participants with messages about the effects of the crimes and the potential benefits of trauma rehabilitation Objective – 2 To improve the physical health and mobility of victims through physical rehabilitation and treatment Activity 2.1 Identify and assess physical wounds among victims  The number of beneficiaries in need of physical rehabilitation determined and screened for service provision  Availability of medical services to beneficiaries including referrals  Number of individuals enrolled in physical rehabilitation centres  At least 95% of eligible victims are enrolled in rehabilitation programme ICC-01/04-01/06-3273-AnxB 13-02-2017 4/8 NM T 4 Activity Output Outcome Indicator/Measurement Project targets Activity 2.2 Provide surgical services and corrective treatment and follow up care  Improved access to medical care  Improved physical wellbeing and increased mobility for victims.  Provision of surgical services, corrective treatment, and follow up care.  Percentage of beneficiaries who reported successful reintegration into their communities  At least 90 of beneficiaries report successful rehabilitation at the end of the programme Objective – 3 To remedy the socio-economic harm caused to former child soldiers and indirect victims Activity 3.1 Provision of vocational training opportunities to interested victims Market analysis in targeted communities  Assessed literacy and skills of former child soldiers to facilitate placement  Increased access to quality vocational development and learning schools, , including from remote locations  Improved literacy and numeracy for former child solders  Improved employability skills for former child soldiers  Victims experience a significant improvement and transformation of their ability to undertake economic activities  Victims are able to provide for their families in a sustainable way.  Victims will be empowered to establish businesses and acquire assets from the proceeds of their trade practices.  Proportion of students who, by the end of the learning cycle who demonstrate that they can read and understand the meaning of grade level text  Number of persons with improved workforce readiness skills as a result of reparation funded programme  Dropout rate  At the end of learning cycle at least 95% of regular learners demonstrate that they can read and write  At least 80% of persons who participated in vocational training report that their workforce readiness skills improved  At least 80% of registered participants ICC-01/04-01/06-3273-AnxB 13-02-2017 5/8 NM T 5 Activity Output Outcome Indicator/Measurement Project targets complete their courses Activity 3.2 Provide improved agricultural assistance and training initiatives Provide trainings in improved agricultural techniques  Increased availability of agricultural seeds and animal husbandry among interested beneficiaries  Improved agricultural skills among beneficiaries  Improved access to and utilization of agriculture production techniques  Increased agricultural productivity among participating beneficiaries  Improved household living conditions among beneficiaries Increased application of improved agricultural techniques that increase yield  Improved availability of agricultural seed varieties  Small animal husbandry among interested beneficiaries;  Improved access to markets for cash crops or produce  Percentage of individuals who participated in agricultural techniques whom their agricultural productivity increased  At least 75% of beneficiaries who applied new agriculture techniques increased their agriculture productivity Activity 3.3 Provide livelihood assistance through participation in Village Savings and Loan Associations (VSLA/MUSO, IGA’s)  Strengthened and improved economic livelihood of participating victims  Improved economic resilience among beneficiaries  Improved access to credit to pursue home based income generating initiatives  Increased confidence from the peer support group aspect of the MUSO  Percentage of people who participated in MUSO/VSLA groups, IGAs who demonstrated improvement in their household economic status  At least 70% who participated in VSLA/MUSO groups, IGAs who demonstrated improvement in their household economic status ICC-01/04-01/06-3273-AnxB 13-02-2017 6/8 NM T 6 Activity Output Outcome Indicator/Measurement Project targets Objective – 4 Reintegration and redress of former child soldiers through awareness and acknowledgment in the affected communities of the consequences of the crimes Activity 4.1 Develop and construct 3 symbolic structures in Tchomia, Rwampara, and Mahagi Centre to host interactive symbolic activities.
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Score: 380638.84 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...elatedRecords/CR2017_00771.PDF
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Microsoft Word - METSG12-Appendix-6A-CATEGORIZATION-OF-ASBU BLOCK0-MODULES-FOR-AFI.doc MET/SG/12-APPENDIX 6A APPENDIX 6A: CATEGORIZATION OF ASBU BLOCK-0 MODULES FOR THE AFI REGION Performance Improvement Areas (PIA) Performance Improvement Area Name Module Module Name PIA 1 Airport Operations B0-RSEQ Improve Traffic flow through Runway Sequencing (AMAN/DMAN) B0-APTA Optimization of Approach Procedures including vertical guidance B0-WAKE Increased Runway Throughput through optimized Wake Turbulence Separation B0-SURF Safety and Efficiency of Surface Operations (A-SMGCS Level 1-2) B0-ACDM Improved Airport Operations through Airport-CDM PIA 2 Globally Interoperable Systems and Data - Through Globally Interoperable System Wide Information Management B0-FICE Increased Interoperability, Efficiency and Capacity through Ground-Ground Integration B0-DATM Service Improvement through Digital Aeronautical Information Management B0-AMET Meteorological information supporting enhanced operational efficiency and safety PIA 3 Optimum Capacity and Flexible Flights – Through Global Collaborative ATM B0-FRTO Improved Operations through Enhanced En-Route Trajectories B0-NOPS Improved Flow Performance through Planning based on a Network-Wide view B0-ASUR Initial capability for ground surveillance B0-ASEP Air Traffic Situational Awareness(ATSA) B0-OPFL Improved access to Optimum Flight Levels through Climb/Descent Procedures using ADS-B B0-ACAS ACAS Improvements B0-SNET Increased Effectiveness of Ground- Based Safety Nets PIA 4 Efficient Flight Path – Through Trajectory-based Operations B0-CDO Improved Flexibility and Efficiency in Descent Profiles (CDO) B0-TBO Improved Safety and Efficiency through the initial application of Data Link En-Route B0-CCO Improved Flexibility and Efficiency Departure Profiles - Continuous Climb Operations (CCO)
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Score: 380499.76 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...U%20BLOCK0-MODULES-FOR-AFI.pdf
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Please provide the description of the non-continuous transmission in a separate attachment.” • Feature to apply same characteristics to all emissions in notice • Feature to set the date and time for all satellites on selected orbital planes • Feature to automatically populate phase angles from a starting angle and increment SpaceCap 8.0.15 delivers the following improvements: • Improvement of description of NGSO diagram types • Improvements in the capture of attachment no. vs. GIMS diagram no. • Improvements in handling frequency symbols and ranges in API frequencies • Improvements in handling frequency symbols and values in assigned frequencies • Improvement in Delete function in Emissions/Frequencies tab for Planned notices in C2a. Assigned Frequencies grid. • Improvement in displaying the class of station in Advanced Publications. • Improvements in saving changes for existing and new notices across Station and Beam tabs for NGSO notices. • Improvement in saving changes for Name of Launch Vehicle for RS49 notices. • Removed connection to obsolete functionality “Analyze Group”. • Checking if BRSIS-Validation is installed • No longer showing the Previous Assoc.
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Score: 380480.27 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/s...ments/spacecap/whatsnew_v7.pdf
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