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Proper use of chemicals leads to healthy fruit and vegetables in nutrition | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Bosnia and Herzegovina Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English BHS Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Back Select Language BHS Home Bosnia and Herzegovina Proper use of chemicals leads to healthy fruit and vegetables in nutrition Proper use of chemicals leads to healthy fruit and vegetables in nutrition April 7, 2021 Related Content News 34 Coordination and Camp Management Trainers Certified Following a five-day training aimed at enhancing capacities and preparedness of the local communities in BiH to respond to displacement, 34 persons were certified... (...) Read more United Nations Development Programme Who we are About us Our team What we do Sustainable Development Goals Our focus Our impact News centre Blogs Publications Projects Get involved Contact us Jobs and internships Jobs and internships Procurement © 2022 United Nations Development Programme
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Score: 1020440.9 - https://www.undp.org/bosnia-he...fruit-and-vegetables-nutrition
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. • Par. 42 (iii) Enhance access to proper maternal health services for women and focus particularly on nutrition for the first 1000 days of mother and child. (...) Ensure women leaders are heard and there is greater uptake of their ideas and contributions in decision making at all levels of leadership, from the household to the boardrooms. • Par. 60 Replace “Agriculture is one of the most hazardous occupations, involving exposure to agrochemicals, machines and equipment and livestock. (...) With "Agriculture, like many industries, can be hazardous if the proper training and equipment is not employed.... or agriculture can pose potential risk to women if the proper training and equipment is not employed."
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Score: 979304.2 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...2/Gender/OEWG-22-02-21/psm.pdf
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Nowadays, the best approach for QoS and QoE is considering as a major topic in different global telecom forums that demands the need of proper guidelines and regulations. For that regulators must need to involve ensuring the quality of services as well as quality of experiences by adopting regulation through monitoring. (...) In the underdeveloped countries of the world, every penny people use for communication is managed after ensuring their livelihood. If proper QoS and QoE are not ensured, it will create a sense of antipathy and mistrust to telecommunication services and will not encourage people to extract the best benefit out of the communication system, which in turn will suspend the march towards the digital revolution. Nowadays, the best approach for QoS and QoE is considering as a major topic in different global telecom forums that demands the need of proper guidelines and regulations. For that regulators must need to involve to ensure the quality of services as well as quality of experiences by adopting regulation through monitoring.
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Score: 967566.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...Received/052E_as_received.docx
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. • Doing the right thing right the first time, doing it better the next time within the available resources and to the satisfaction of the community in question. • Proper performance (according to protocols/ standards) of interventions that are known to be safe, that are affordable to the society in question, and have the ability to produce an impact on mortality, morbidity, disability and malnutrition. • (M.I.Roemer and C. (...) AOGU in PMNCH workshop Blantyre Nov 2007 12 Involvement of AOGU members in individual capacities Members of AOGU are involved in teaching & training of health care professionals of different cadres (nurses, midwives, med students) & other maternal & child health personnel at all levels AOGU in PMNCH workshop Blantyre Nov 2007 13 Training cont’d Challenges • Individual members are contacted by MoES & MoH, not AOGU as an ass’n. • Individuals paid, not AOGU. • Some Professionals (OB/GYN) esp. those in rural areas, miss out. • lack of proper teaching materials. • Lack of proper facilitation. • No involvement in curric'm devt AOGU in PMNCH workshop Blantyre Nov 2007 14 AOGU CME AOGU in PMNCH workshop Blantyre Nov 2007 15 Continuing medical education • AOGU is active in CMEs – emphasizes best practices based on scientific evidence & encourages members to avoid harmful practices • Organization & dissemination of education opportunities e.g. (...) AOGU in PMNCH workshop Blantyre Nov 2007 18 Monitoring/Support supervision • AOGU is actively involved in supervising and on-job mentoring of both its member professionals & other professionals (obst/gyn in rural areas,medical officers & midwives) AOGU in PMNCH workshop Blantyre Nov 2007 19 Monitoring/SS cont’d Successes in contributing to quality improvement • Individual members of AOGU participate in MOH specialist outreach program. • AOGU organized and implemented support supervision by Obstetrician in FIGO-Save the mothers project (1999-2003). • Plan for AOGU to provide support supervision in FIGO-Save the Mothers & Newborn Initiative (SMNI)2007-2010 AOGU in PMNCH workshop Blantyre Nov 2007 20 Monitoring/SS cont’d Challenges • Lack of proper transport • Bureaucracy AOGU in PMNCH workshop Blantyre Nov 2007 21 Setting standards of care • A standard is defined as a statement of what is expected to happen in an activity that has been planned. • A standard should be a response to an identified need & reps of all stakeholders should be consulted in the process of their development. • Standards should be clear, realistic, reliable & achievable.
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Score: 963641.5 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/even...007/20071113_malawi_uganda.pdf
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Recent development in land consolidation in Macedonia and land valuation issues 1 Recent development in land consolidation in Macedonia and land valuation issues EMERALD(2008-2009)-Encouraging Macedonia’s Endeavours to Rural Land Development and STIMERALD(2010-2012) Origin of Emerald • Need for a sustainable Strategy towards Rural Land Development • MAFWE ambitions for a solid institutional framework (legislation, strategy, policy) for land development • Develop Macedonian expertise on Land Consolidation (preparation, implementation, regulation) • Cooperation with several (public,foreign EU) partners 2 Over all goals and project purpose of Emerald • Building expertise and strengthen the institutional capacity of MAFWE • To learn from field experiences, performing some pilots projects • Initiate a policy framework for succesful implementation of a future land consolidation programme in Macedonia • Meeting EU standards Approach and process • Active stakeholder involvement • Cooperation and teamwork • Creating awareness (on local and political level) • Mobilizing best European and regional practices (stimulating exchange in SE Europe) • Study visit • Guidelines towards Rural Development 3 Important process steps in Emerald -To get real life experiences, three pilot areas were selected -On forehand proper criteria for the baseline survey were defined -Interviewing stakeholders as part of the selection process was very important (with focus on attitude and opinion towards land consolidation) -To invest in proper information activities (leaflets, active communication) -Study and learn from experiences in other EU countries (training, international study visit) Activities in pilot areas • Baseline survey: crops, soil, population, market, size of plots, ownership, irrigation etc. • Interviews, questions on the field • During the Emerald project, on several occasions the project team met with farmers/stakeholders and organised meetings • Digital data: • - Contract for delivering data and orthophoto’s • - Checking and updating of cadastral information and maps • Analyses of baseline survey data and feasibility survey 4 Field assesment for pilot area selection Main output and results • Basic training programme for land development • Methodology for proper analyses of threats and opportunities (base line survey) • Experiences in pilot areas (leading to follow- up steps): - reparceling plan for C.C. (...) Strategic use of state land-improved land use structure 3.Priorities for ending arondation procedures 4.Measures for active involvement of private land on the market conclusions • The Emerald project was mainly a learning pilot • Focuses mainly on thorough analyses of all hampering factors to rural land development • Awareness raising needs proper and ongoing attention • Capacity building is a precondition for success (MAFWE) • A follow up (second phase project) is forseen towards strategy development, legal arrangements and instrument development (STIMERALD, 2010- 2012) 6 Emerald-Valuation method System used in Emerald: • Concept of relative value: use of points • Basis: soil quality • Adjustments for: size, access, shape, slope, cultivation condition, water availability, drainage (recommendations FAO, experience NL) 7 Emerald-Valuation method Developing a basic method -In case all of the participants find commitment on the use of the method, each individual parcel can be valuated. (...) Concrete action plan for proper institutional embedding by legal and organisational adjustments prepared and (partially) implemented. • Develop options for organisational development • International visit to study organisational models • Elaborate organisational model • Support adjustments in the legal framework for various measures and procedures Thank you
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Score: 963537.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...2011/Macedonia_Georgievski.pdf
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| United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Kazakhstan Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Қазақша Русский Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Back Select Language Қазақша Русский Home Kazakhstan News center How to handle medical waste properly? (...) December 21, 2020 To enhance health workers’ capacities and to spread information among the public on medical waste management we have prepared information videos on medical waste management: Proper handling of medical waste at home Do you know how to properly dispose medical waste at home? Proper handling of medical products and waste is crucial for you and your family’s health.
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Score: 963171.5 - https://www.undp.org/kazakhsta...-handle-medical-waste-properly
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Furthermore, they have to: establish an e-waste collection system that is easily accessible to citizens; ensure the proper management of the devices at all stages (collection, transportation, storage, treatment, utilization and/or recovery and/or final disposal); and bear the costs of selective collection and environmental waste management. (...) This type of management includes public or private organizations involved in recycling, refurbishment and disassembly of e-waste. (...) They should also meet the technical, environmental and quality standards established for proper e-waste management. Furthermore, they should ensure proper management procedures to maintain the original product’s quality standards.
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Score: 963129.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...t/files/basic-html/page35.html
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Furthermore, they have to: establish an e-waste collection system that is easily accessible to citizens; ensure the proper management of the devices at all stages (collection, transportation, storage, treatment, utilization and/or recovery and/or final disposal); and bear the costs of selective collection and environmental waste management. (...) This type of management includes public or private organizations involved in recycling, refurbishment and disassembly of e-waste. (...) They should also meet the technical, environmental and quality standards established for proper e-waste management. Furthermore, they should ensure proper management procedures to maintain the original product’s quality standards.
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Score: 963129.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...t/files/basic-html/page35.html
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Learn more about each topic, see who's involved, and find the latest news, reports, events and more. (...) Media Centre About us Russian - Main Navigation OHCHR About UN Human Rights The High Commissioner What we do Where we work Funding and budget Evaluation Memorial UN Human Rights welcomes your queries. Contact us Get Involved Get Involved Latest Stories Mercenaries Experts call for proper oversight of private military and security firms working for the UN 03 September 2013 Share The United Nations Working Group on the Use of Mercenaries, an independent team of experts mandated by the United Nations Human Rights Council, held an interactive panel discussion in New York to discuss the growing practice of contracting private military and security companies (PMSCs) by the United Nations. “The UN should serve as a model for Member States and other organizations that contract these companies and should ensure proper standards and oversight when outsourcing security functions to the private sector,” said Anton Katz, the Working Group’s Chair-Rapporteur.
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Score: 959145.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/stori...-and-security-firms-working-un
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Learn more about each topic, see who's involved, and find the latest news, reports, events and more. (...) Media Centre About us Arabic - Main Navigation OHCHR About UN Human Rights The High Commissioner What we do Where we work Funding and budget Evaluation Memorial UN Human Rights welcomes your queries. Contact us Get Involved Get Involved Documents Thematic reports A/HRC/31/66: Joint report of the Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association and the Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions on the proper management of assemblies - Note by the Secretariat Published 04 February 2016 UN symbol A/HRC/31/66 Focus Freedom of association and assembly Share Related Thematic reports A/HRC/41/41/ADD.2: Civil society participation in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development - Report of the Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association Thematic reports A/HRC/41/41: Rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association - Report of the Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association Thematic reports A/HRC/47/24: Access to justice as an integral element of the protection of rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and association - Report of the Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association The Human Rights Council has dedicated increasing attention to the promotion and protection of human rights in the context of assemblies. (...) Summary In this report, the Special Rapporteurs aim at providing guidance on how applicable international human rights standards may be operationalized in domestic law and practice to ensure greater protection of the rights involved. It has been stressed that the proper management of assemblies requires the protection and enjoyment of a broad range of rights by all the parties involved.
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Score: 957437.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/docum...orteur-rights-freedom-peaceful
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