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WHO | Standard Day Method (SDM): a modern family planning method Reproductive Health Essential Medicines Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search RHEM Submit Advanced search Menu Home Prequalification Policy Procurement Supply chain Programme management Service delivery Standard Day Method (SDM): a modern family planning method Authors : RHI Publication details Number of pages : 2 Languages : English Downloads Download [pdf 572kb] OVERVIEW Standard Days Method® (SDM) is a highly-effective, inexpensive and modern family planning method that is easy-to-teach and use.
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Score: 1484932.1 - https://www.who.int/rhem/policy/sdm/en/
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Topics Publications HRP research programme About us Staff Contact us Task sharing to improve access to Family Planning/Contraception Summary brief Authors : WHO Publication details Number of pages : 12 Publication date : 2017 Languages : English WHO reference number : WHO/RHR/17.20 Downloads Task sharing to improve access to Family Planning/Contraception pdf, 268 kB Français Contraception is an inexpensive and cost-effective intervention, but health workforce shortages and restrictive policies on the roles of mid- and lower-level cadres limit access to effective contraceptive methods in many settings. Expanding the provision of contraceptive methods to other health worker cadres can significantly improve access to contraception for all individuals and couples. Many countries have already enabled mid- and lower-level cadres of health workers to deliver a range of contraceptive methods, utilizing these cadres either alone or as part of teams within communities and/or health care facilities The WHO recognizes task sharing as a promising strategy for addressing the critical lack of health care workers to provide reproductive, maternal and newborn care in low-income countries.
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Score: 1354232.6 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...ng-access-fp-contraception/en/
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Chinese companies can now use various methods for real time detection of bacterial growth in individual blood culture bottles, using continuous individual monitoring methods. (...) Diversification of amplification methodology, especially towards isothermal methods. 2. Increased stability of reagents eg. Glassification of enzymes 3. (...) Familiarity and acceptance of the methods. Smart Phone based testing • An area which holds great promise is the development of test formats and devices which can interface with smart phones.
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Score: 1307817.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...symp14_e/Session2PeterChun.pdf
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Larvae can be detected by acoustic methods, but with current technology, skilled persons must identify where to insert acoustic probes, and they must use complicated signal analyses to help distinguish RPW sounds from other insects and background noise. (...) In this report, we present examples of how combinations of microcontrollers with inexpensive microphone systems, or somewhat more expensive piezoelectric devices that are extremely sensitive to insect movement and feeding vibrations, can be used for auralization, storage, and digital signal processing of insect sounds in trees in field environments.
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Score: 1261286.5 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ments/6_Abstract-rmankin17.pdf
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Score: 1245006 - https://www.who.int/publicatio...-detail-redirect/WHO-RHR-17.20
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Polycaprolactone has become popular because it naturally degrades in the environment, is inexpensive to produce and is not reliant upon petroleum plastic production (Sabry and Ragaei, 2018). (...) Enhanced breeding for resistance Another opportunity for the use of nanotechnology in agriculture is as a delivery method for DNA transfer in plants to promote resistance to pests (Rai and Ingle, 2012; Sabry and Ragaei, 2018), thereby reducing the use of potentially environmentally harmful chemical pesticides. It has been proposed that nanoparticles could be used to passively deliver nuclease-based genome editing payloads as a method of plant genetic engineering. This method would overcome challenges to current gene transfer methods (such as gene-gun and ultrasound) caused by the physical barrier of a multi-layered and rigid plant cell wall that has caused progress in plant genetic engineering to lag behind that in animal systems (Cunningham et al ., 2018).
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Score: 1237907.8 - https://www.fao.org/3/cb4769en...echnological-developments.html
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FAO - News Article: FAO and OIE present initial battle plan in global campaign to eradicate Peste des petits ruminants العربية 中文 English Français Italiano Português Русский Español العربية 中文 English Français Italiano Português Русский Español About FAO About Us Director-General Leadership Organizational chart Worldwide offices Governing Bodies Oversight Advisory Committee FAO and the UN Meetings Visit us Partnerships Ask FAO News News Stories Countries good practices Media contacts Multimedia Video Photos Interactive stories Podcasts Webcast Main topics Statistics Statistics Data collection Data dissemination Methods and standards Statistical capacity development Members Country Profiles FAO Members Gateway Low-Income Food-Deficit countries Publications Publications Highlights archive About FAO About Us Director-General Leadership Organizational chart Worldwide offices Governing Bodies Oversight Advisory Committee FAO and the UN Meetings Visit us Partnerships Ask FAO News News Stories Countries good practices Media contacts Multimedia Video Photos Interactive stories Podcasts Webcast Main topics Main topics content Statistics Statistics Data collection Data dissemination Methods and standards Statistical capacity development Members Country Profiles FAO Members Gateway Low-Income Food-Deficit countries Publications Publications Highlights archive Print Send FAO and OIE present initial battle plan in global campaign to eradicate Peste des petits ruminants First salvo against plague affecting sheep and goats will focus on high-risk countries, build on 2011 eradication of rinderpest 28 October 2016, Rome/ Paris - The ground has been broken on a major international initiative to rid the world of Peste des petits ruminants (PPR) - also known as sheep and goat plague - a highly contagious viral animal disease that causes major losses in regions home to millions of the world's poorest people. (...) While the disease is highly lethal to small ruminants —killing up to 90 percent of infected animals— it is easily preventable with inexpensive vaccines that can be administered at low cost and will protect the animal for its entire life.  (...) PPR has spread to some 70 countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia, causing annual damage estimated at $1.4 to $2.1 billion Share this page Video animation How to eliminate PPR Interview Juan Lubroth, FAO Chief Veterinary Officer, on PPR's effects on food security and the strategy to eradicate it Read the plan PPR Global Eradication Program (2017-2021) Related links FAO's work on PPR OIE Audio Interview with Juan Lubroth, FAO Chief Veterinary Officer, on the PPR eradication plan PPR is highly lethal to small ruminants, but it is easily preventable with inexpensive vaccines that will protect the animal for its entire life.
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Score: 1228467.3 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/en/item/449168/icode/
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FAO - Notícias: FAO and OIE present initial battle plan in global campaign to eradicate Peste des petits ruminants العربية 中文 English Français Italiano Português Русский Español العربية 中文 English Français Italiano Português Русский Español About FAO About Us Director-General Leadership Organizational chart Worldwide offices Governing Bodies Oversight Advisory Committee FAO and the UN Meetings Visit us Partnerships Ask FAO News News Stories Countries good practices Media contacts Multimedia Video Photos Interactive stories Podcasts Webcast Main topics Statistics Statistics Data collection Data dissemination Methods and standards Statistical capacity development Members Country Profiles FAO Members Gateway Low-Income Food-Deficit countries Publications Publications Highlights archive About FAO About Us Director-General Leadership Organizational chart Worldwide offices Governing Bodies Oversight Advisory Committee FAO and the UN Meetings Visit us Partnerships Ask FAO News News Stories Countries good practices Media contacts Multimedia Video Photos Interactive stories Podcasts Webcast Main topics Main topics content Statistics Statistics Data collection Data dissemination Methods and standards Statistical capacity development Members Country Profiles FAO Members Gateway Low-Income Food-Deficit countries Publications Publications Highlights archive Print Send This article is not available in Portuguese. (...) While the disease is highly lethal to small ruminants —killing up to 90 percent of infected animals— it is easily preventable with inexpensive vaccines that can be administered at low cost and will protect the animal for its entire life.  (...) PPR has spread to some 70 countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia, causing annual damage estimated at $1.4 to $2.1 billion Share this page Video animation How to eliminate PPR Interview Juan Lubroth, FAO Chief Veterinary Officer, on PPR's effects on food security and the strategy to eradicate it Read the plan PPR Global Eradication Program (2017-2021) Related links FAO's work on PPR OIE Audio Interview with Juan Lubroth, FAO Chief Veterinary Officer, on the PPR eradication plan PPR is highly lethal to small ruminants, but it is easily preventable with inexpensive vaccines that will protect the animal for its entire life.
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Score: 1228467.3 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/pt/item/449168/icode/
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Soil properties and health assessment tools The tools for assessing soil properties and health are taken from the VS-Fast methodology   (McGarry, 2006) and selected VSA methods of Shepherd (2000). The emphasis is on the assessment , both qualitative and quantitative , of soil physical condition conducted during field visits . The core set of indicators used provides a robust, yet rapid and inexpensive approach to assessing the following soil characteristics and rating them and a scorecard established for the overall assessment of soil health: description of the soil sample (depth, texture, structure, colour, layering); aggregate size distribution; soil crust; tillage and other pans; biota (particularly earthworms and roots); slaking and dispersion; pH; water infiltration; organic carbon; soil and water salinity Local Soil Erosion Assessment Sorting of soil aggregates in Kazakhstan The presence of soil erosion in arable, forest and pasturelands is a prime indicator of soil  degradation by water or by wind ; often caused  by a reduction in protective vegetation cover. (...) Publications LADA manual for local assessment of soil degradation - Part II - Toolbox / Section 4 on Soil Assessment (p67) english | french (version 1.2) VS-Fast methodology (McGarry, 2006) Field Methods for the Evaluation of the Soil Structure and Soil Quality under Arable and Grass Lands Visual Assessment of Soils, JRC center Field measurement of soil erosion and runoff - FAO Soils bulletin #68 Photolibrary Photolibrary on soil erosion processes Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                             Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1221264.6 - https://www.fao.org/soils-port...storation/local-assessment/zh/
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Soil properties and health assessment tools The tools for assessing soil properties and health are taken from the VS-Fast methodology   (McGarry, 2006) and selected VSA methods of Shepherd (2000). The emphasis is on the assessment , both qualitative and quantitative , of soil physical condition conducted during field visits . The core set of indicators used provides a robust, yet rapid and inexpensive approach to assessing the following soil characteristics and rating them and a scorecard established for the overall assessment of soil health: description of the soil sample (depth, texture, structure, colour, layering); aggregate size distribution; soil crust; tillage and other pans; biota (particularly earthworms and roots); slaking and dispersion; pH; water infiltration; organic carbon; soil and water salinity Local Soil Erosion Assessment Sorting of soil aggregates in Kazakhstan The presence of soil erosion in arable, forest and pasturelands is a prime indicator of soil  degradation by water or by wind ; often caused  by a reduction in protective vegetation cover. (...) Publications LADA manual for local assessment of soil degradation - Part II - Toolbox / Section 4 on Soil Assessment (p67) english | french (version 1.2) VS-Fast methodology (McGarry, 2006) Field Methods for the Evaluation of the Soil Structure and Soil Quality under Arable and Grass Lands Visual Assessment of Soils, JRC center Field measurement of soil erosion and runoff - FAO Soils bulletin #68 Photolibrary Photolibrary on soil erosion processes Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                             Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1221264.6 - https://www.fao.org/soils-port...storation/local-assessment/ar/
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