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It’s not an easy balance on a normal day, let alone when facing a health crisis like COVID-19.   5 ways you can help keep your children safe online 1. Keep them safe with open communication Have an honest dialogue with your children about who they communicate with and how.  (...) Use technology to protect them Check that your child’s device is running the latest software and antivirus programs, and that privacy settings are on. Keep webcams covered when not in use. For younger children, tools such as parental controls, including safe search, can help keep online experiences positive. (...) Help your child learn to keep personal information private, especially from strangers.   3.
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Score: 553048.14 - https://www.unicef.org/turkiye...-home-during-covid-19-outbreak
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It’s not an easy balance on a normal day, let alone when facing a health crisis like COVID-19.   5 ways you can help keep your children safe online 1. Keep them safe with open communication Have an honest dialogue with your children about who they communicate with and how.  (...) Use technology to protect them Check that your child’s device is running the latest software and antivirus programs, and that privacy settings are on. Keep webcams covered when not in use. For younger children, tools such as parental controls, including safe search, can help keep online experiences positive. (...) Help your child learn to keep personal information private, especially from strangers.   3.
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Score: 553048.14 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...-home-during-covid-19-outbreak
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It’s not an easy balance on a normal day, let alone when facing a health crisis like COVID-19.   5 ways you can help keep your children safe online 1. Keep them safe with open communication Have an honest dialogue with your children about who they communicate with and how.  (...) Use technology to protect them Check that your child’s device is running the latest software and antivirus programs, and that privacy settings are on. Keep webcams covered when not in use. For younger children, tools such as parental controls, including safe search, can help keep online experiences positive. (...) Help your child learn to keep personal information private, especially from strangers.   3.
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Score: 553048.14 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...-home-during-covid-19-outbreak
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NGN costing options: Bill and keep (1) ITU/BDT Arab Regional Workshop on " NGN Interconnection" Manama. (...) NGN costing options: Bill and keep (2) ITU/BDT Arab Regional Workshop on " NGN Interconnection" Manama. (...) BDT NGN costing options: Bill and keep (3) Bill & Keep Option advantages: • Transaction costs can be reduced, for example those of determining the “right” termination rates. • Reduced need for regulatory intervention and consultancy fees. • No termination monopoly problem under Bill & Keep and positive network externalities are internalized. • Without payments for termination services the problem of arbitrage is avoided.
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Score: 552735.6 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...ting%20zouakia%2021april07.pdf
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But in the time of the Coronavirus global health crisis in which many people are being asked – or mandated – to stay home, telecoms connectivity is vital to keeping the economy going and keeping society intact. (...) “Operators have a great responsibility to manage somewhat unique stresses and keep their networks running, all the while keeping their own employees as safe as possible.” (...) Operators have a great responsibility to manage somewhat unique stresses and keep their networks running, all the while keeping their own employees as safe as possible – and the job is nothing less than keeping society going.
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Score: 552513.57 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2020/0...-keeping-the-networks-running/
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Keeping families together | UNICEF Viet Nam Skip to main content Viet Nam Toggle navigation English Tiếng Việt Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Viet Nam EXPLORE UNICEF ABOUT UNICEF CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD THE CHILDREN IN VIET NAM WHERE WE WORK PARENTING REPRESENTATIVE DEPUTY REPRESENTATIVE WORK FOR US CONTACT US PRESS CENTRE Donate Main navigation What we do Research and Reports Our stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max 0B792406-3C90-48E8-AF22-4D48618D699F Created with sketchtool. Search results Keeping families together Available in: English Tiếng Việt Video 29 August 2021 5 ways to help keep children learning during the COVID-19 UNICEF Global Chief of Education’s tips to help keep your child learning at home.
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Score: 552434.2 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam...pics/keeping-families-together
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No open flames, no sparks and no smoking Take precautionary measures against static charges Do not use sparking tools. Keep from direct sunlight. Precautions regarding the container Keep container closed Keep container tightly closed Keep container closed when not in use. Store in a tightly closed container Keep only in the original container 17 Storage of the container or package Keep in a cool place Keep at a temperature not exceeding ….0C Decomposes below boiling point at [ ] 0C Decomposes below melting point at [ ] 0C Keep container/package in a well-ventilated place Keep container/package tightly closed in a cool [, well-ventilated] place Keep only in the original container/package in a cool well-ventilated place. (...) Self reactive substances Keep away from heat Keep at temperature not exceeding ……oC Keep away from fire Keep away from heat, [sparks] [and flame] Keep away from heat and ignition sources Keep away from sources of ignition Avoid contact with heat and ignition sources No open flames, no sparks and no smoking Keep away from combustible material 20 Keep away from (incompatible material to be specified by manufacturer) Keep from contact with clothing and other combustible materials to avoid fire Prevent contamination with readily oxidizable materials and polymerization accelerators.
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Score: 552083.06 - https://www.ilo.org/legacy/eng...fework/ghs/ghsfinal/ghsc04.pdf
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South-East Asia Myanmar Home Health topics News Our work Emergencies About us Home / Activities / Launching the 4th Global UN Road safety week / Keeping safe on Myanmar roads Keeping safe on Myanmar roads Overview Road crashes are major causes of deaths in Myanmar. (...) Key facts Safer road rules: Drive within speed limit ( urban 48 , rural 80 , expressway 100 Km/hr .). Keep the speed below 60 Km/hr. while raining. Do not drive drunk, tired/sleepy or under the influence of drugs or medicine. (...) Key facts Safer road rules: Drive within speed limit ( urban 48 , rural 80 , expressway 100 Km/hr .). Keep the speed below 60 Km/hr. while raining. Do not drive drunk, tired/sleepy or under the influence of drugs or medicine.
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Score: 551088.87 - https://www.who.int/myanmar/ac.../keeping-safe-on-myanmar-roads
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“After the lockdown in Fiji, we followed all the precautionary measures – sweeping the floors inside the market, keeping our stalls clean, using hand sanitizers, face masks and gloves and most importantly using soap to wash our hands.” (...) I now wash my hands frequently to keep myself, my family and friends safe” says Juta. Markets are an essential source of income for many families in Fiji and vendors sell produce from their farms. Keeping the markets clean and hygienic ensures the vendors and thousands of families who visit the market daily, are safe and protected.
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Score: 551088.87 - https://www.unicef.org/pacific...ndors-keeping-communities-safe
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Chairman, The Government of Uganda remains committed and ready to participate in major Peace Keeping Operations as well as mediation efforts under the United Nations, regional and sub- regional organizations. We are cognizant that it is the primary responsibility of the UN to keep peace in the world and chapter 8 of the UN charter provides for regional and sub-regional organizations to keep peace and security on behalf of the United Nations. It is for this reason that peace keeping operations carried out by the African Union are mandated by the Security Council.
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Score: 550926.17 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...6_05_02_Org.of.Work_Uganda.pdf
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