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The then Medical Services Division (“MSD”) which is now known as the Division of Health-Care Management and Occupational Safety and Health (“DHMOSH”) certified the Applicant’s sick leave from November 2014 to 8 March Case No. (...) For a staff member’s appointment to be terminated for reasons of health under staff regulation 9.1 (a) or (b), the staff member’s incapacity must be established by conclusive medical evidence that results in the award of a disability benefit under the UNJSPF Regulations. 3.1 When a staff member has used all his or her entitlement to sick leave with full pay, the executive or local personnel office shall bring the situation to the attention of the Medical Director or designated medical officer in order to determine whether the staff member should be considered for a disability benefit under article 33 (a) of the UNJSPF Regulations, while the staff member is on sick leave with half pay. 3.2 If the medical conclusion is that the staff member’s illness or injury constitutes an impairment to health which is likely to be permanent or of long duration, the Medical Director or designated medical officer shall so advise the relevant human resources officer at Headquarters or the local personnel office for notification to the staff member 3.3 Where the conclusion by the Medical Director or designated medical officer is either not contested by the staff member or is confirmed by the independent medical practitioner or medical board selected to review the matter, the relevant human resources officer at Headquarters or the local personnel office shall submit as soon as possible a request to the United Nations Staff Pension Committee (“the Committee”) for the award to the staff member of a disability benefit. (...) The secretariat of the Pension Fund will notify the relevant human resources officer at Headquarters or the local personnel office and the staff member of the Committee’s decision. 3.5 If the Committee has decided to award a disability benefit, a recommendation for the termination of the staff member’s appointment for reasons of health under staff regulation 9.1 (a) or (b), 3 Villamoran UNDT/2011/126, at para. 29.
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Score: 706472.85 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-111.pdf
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Local production has been discussed in World Health Assemblies since the 1970s. (...) Local production can play a significant role towards the reliable supply of quality-assured, affordable health products. (...) Technology transfer can build capacity for quality local production in a relatively short time and bring the supply of essential health products closer to the public health needs. 
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Score: 685106.74 - https://www.who.int/teams/regulation-prequalification/lpa
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ratiOnale Local autonomy is not an end, but a means. The aim of decentralization is to increase local authority to implement results-based management and to enforce local accountability for obtaining better service quality and responsiveness, towards ensuring greater equity and improved health outcomes. (...) The district acts as a link between the state structures and the local health centres, and is responsible for coordinating with states governments for implementation of programmes. (...) Active participation and feedback by the local administrative units and local community are critical for successful implementation. tOOlkit STEP INVOLVED RESOURCES Decentralization strategy and issues Decentralization in health care.
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Score: 684796 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi..._decentralisation_04112012.pdf
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Read more 72nd WHA Technical Briefing on Local Production: Launch of Interagency Statement on Promoting Local Production Six international organizations – The Global Fund, UNAIDS, UNCTAD, UNICEF, UNIDO and WHO – launched the first interagency statement on promoting local production at the 72nd World Health Assembly Technical Briefing on Local Production. The interagency statement signals the 6 organizations aiming to work in a strategic, holistic and collaborative manner in partnership with governments and other stakeholders in promoting sustainable local production of quality-assured medicines and other health technologies. 72nd WHA Technical Briefing on Local Production recording Interagency Statement on Promoting Local Production of Medicines and other Health Technologies pdf, 486kb Training workshop on Key Enabling Factors for Successful Local Production and Supply of Quality-Assured Medicines WHO, in collaboration with USP-PQM and AUDA-NEPAD, organized a training workshop from 17-19 December 2018 in Addis Ababa for African manufacturers. (...) LMICs view local production as a strategy to improve access to quality medical products, achieve universal health coverage, strengthen health security and reach the health-related targets and broader development goals of the SDGs.
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Score: 682337.2 - https://www.who.int/phi/implementation/tech_transfer/en/
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1 Online Workshop on “Resilience of local governments: A multi-sectoral approach to integrate public health and disaster risk management” 19 May – 11 June 2020 (4 online sessions) “Preparation saves lives”. (...) It is guided by the Health EDRM Framework with the ultimate aim to ensure local government resilience planning integrates health aspects in disaster risk management. Objectives: • To introduce disaster risk reduction and the translation of relevant global frameworks to the local level implementation • To introduce the Public Health Scorecard Addendum, a tool to facilitate multi-sectoral approach to integrating public health issues in disaster risk reduction/resilience planning at the local level • To practice using Public Health Scorecard Addendum to assess the gaps in local resilience planning, focusing particularly on the public health systems related issues.
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Score: 681109.57 - https://www.undrr.org/media/47230/download
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Health :: Empowering local radio with ICTs Skip to main content Empowering local radio with ICTs Main menu Home About Impacts Highlights Where Get involved Health Language English Français Date: 13/06 Workshops at Sauti FM, in Kenya, empowered journalists to report issues of local concern Image: Introduction: UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa carried out three activities for Sauti FM journalists from 5 to 13 June 2014 in Asembo Bay, Kenya. (...) The three workshops covered: entrepreneurship, income-generation and reporting on health issues of local concern, specifically on HIV/Aids. (...) The training increased their capacities on the use of internet to report on the three selected areas of local concern: agriculture, health and women empowerment. 
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Score: 680828.9 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict/workshop-themes/health
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UNESCO Local Action: Part I – The Manual 1 Chapter 1 Introduction Good health supports successful learning. (...) The next task is to learn as much as you can about the status of health programmes and health problems in your school and local area. What is your school already doing to promote health? Which local health problems can be prevented or lessened?
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Score: 677721.63 - https://www.who.int/school_you...dia/en/sch_local_action_en.pdf
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The training aimed at assisting Sauti FM to provide social services and to use ICTs for local radio broadcasting. It covered the role of correspondents in feeding local news and collecting testimonies; the use of Internet to report on agriculture, health and education; and entrepreneurship and income generation with an emphasis on financial planning and management . (...) The training increased their capacities on the use of internet to report on the three selected areas of local concern: agriculture, health and women empowerment.  (...) The workshop target was to enhance their capacities on producing programs in agriculture, health and women empowerment.  Themes: Programming , Gender equality , Agriculture , Health , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 12/11 Workshop on programme production and Internet use to cover three areas of local concern in Zambia Image: Introduction: From 12th to 15th December 2013, UNESCO organizaed a workshop for radio station's staff in Zambia to increase their capacities in producing interactive programmes on three community issues: agriculture, health and social governance.
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Score: 675675.2 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict/workshop-themes/agriculture
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The training aimed at assisting Sauti FM to provide social services and to use ICTs for local radio broadcasting. It covered the role of correspondents in feeding local news and collecting testimonies; the use of Internet to report on agriculture, health and education; and entrepreneurship and income generation with an emphasis on financial planning and management . (...) The training increased their capacities on the use of internet to report on the three selected areas of local concern: agriculture, health and women empowerment.  (...) The workshop target was to enhance their capacities on producing programs in agriculture, health and women empowerment.  Themes: Programming , Gender equality , Agriculture , Health , Issues of local public concern , Editorial work , Broadcasting , Journalism Link: Read more Comment count: 0 comments Date: 12/11 Workshop on programme production and Internet use to cover three areas of local concern in Zambia Image: Introduction: From 12th to 15th December 2013, UNESCO organizaed a workshop for radio station's staff in Zambia to increase their capacities in producing interactive programmes on three community issues: agriculture, health and social governance.
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Score: 675675.2 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict/node/81
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COVID-19 has reaffirmed the role of a strong local government in responding to challenges like the current public health crisis as well as helped local authorities (LAs) to reflect on how to best serve citizens through digital tools. (...) At the same time, LAs have an expanded role during the pandemic in making basic health care more responsive to local needs as well as trying to mitigate the future impacts of the crisis. (...) Facilitate citizen engagement in public health Education, empowerment and engagement of communities in health decision-making processes are vital towards making basic health care more responsive to local needs and will ultimately determine the success of public health measures.
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Score: 675523.54 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...VID-19-LA-symposium-report.pdf
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