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Keep up to date with local health advice before and during your travel For all travelers, please be aware that local authorities may begin to implement travel restrictions and health screening measures for travelers entering or exiting the country. (...) All UN personnel should check with the destination countries’ embassy, consulate, or Ministry of Health and keep up to date with local health advice before and during travel. You should also comply with any screening measures put in place by local authorities.​   For UN personnel returning from areas with ongoing transmission of COVID-19 Comply with all host country’s requirements for returning travelers and advice of local health authorities.
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Score: 659416.36 - https://www.un.org/sw/node/61841
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Keep up to date with local health advice before and during your travel For all travelers, please be aware that local authorities may begin to implement travel restrictions and health screening measures for travelers entering or exiting the country. (...) All UN personnel should check with the destination countries’ embassy, consulate, or Ministry of Health and keep up to date with local health advice before and during travel. You should also comply with any screening measures put in place by local authorities.​   For UN personnel returning from areas with ongoing transmission of COVID-19 Comply with all host country’s requirements for returning travelers and advice of local health authorities.
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Score: 659416.36 - https://www.un.org/hi/node/61841
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Score: 659381.35 - https://www.who.int/publicatio...ng-countries-978-92-4-151030-1
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South-East Asia Myanmar Home Health topics News Our work Emergencies About us Home / News / Feature stories / Detail / Promoting local preparedness capacities and access to COVID-19 information through Open WHO Myanmar channel & Viber community Promoting local preparedness capacities and access to COVID-19 information through Open WHO Myanmar channel & Viber community 29 May 2022 COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the value of quality - assured and the need of well – managed healthcare in the prevention, detection and control of disease outbreaks, which saves lives and resources. At the same time, when preparing for health crises, health systems face the prospect of multiple risks, limited resources and high expectations with regards to their performance. (...) To meet these needs, WHO Myanmar launched an online Myanmar channel in Open WHO platform as well as a local Viber Community in order to strengthen local capacity in responding to public health emergencies.
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Score: 659289.06 - https://www.who.int/myanmar/ne...nmar-channel---viber-community
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In  2003,  recognizing   the  need  “to  improve  the  status  of  families  with  their  full  participation,  using  local  technologies  and   community  wisdom”,  the  government  launched  a  comprehensive  Health  Extension  Program  (HEP)  in   2003.   (...) This  success  required  strong  leadership  at  central  and  local   levels,  building  on  community   based  health   insurance  principles   to  develop   the  decentralized   local  health   insurance  organizations   that   function   as   the   insurance   carriers   into   which   individuals   and   families   register.   Rwanda   also   developed   comprehensive   frameworks   to   support   local   health   insurance   mechanisms,   including   strong  legislative  and  regulatory  instruments,  financing  mechanisms  at  the  national  level  to  subsidize   care   for   vulnerable   groups   and   strong   technical   assistance   to   support   the   local   health   insurance   mechanisms.      
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Score: 658896.34 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...ews/2012/20120704_session3.pdf
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These Counsellors are Mental Health professionals who work for the organization to offer confidential support to UN personnel as needed.  The office below can guide you to the appropriate counsellor covering your organization/duty station of offer support directly: UNS Staff in headquarter/OAH/RCs: Contact SCO (Staff Counsellors Office) at scohq@un.org UNS Staff based in the field (without local Counsellors): Contact CISMU (Critical Incident Stress Management Unit) at  undsscismu@un.org     OCHA Staff:  Contact your local Staff Counsellor at ochastaffwelfareunit@un.org UNICEF Staff:  Contact your local Staff Counsellor at staffcounsellor@unicef.org World Bank/ IMF Staff: Contact your local Staff Counsellor at hsdcounseling@worldbank.org IOM Staff: Contact your local Staff Counsellor at swo@iom.int UNHCR Staff: Contact your local Staff Counsellor at HQSW00@unhcr.org ILO Staff: Contact your local Staff Counsellor at STAFFWELFAREOFFICE@ilo.org WFP Staff: Contact your local Staff Counsellor at hq.counsellingreception@wfp.org WHO Staff: Contact your local Staff Counsellor at shws@who.int ICC Staff: Contact your local Staff Counsellor at Staff.WelfareOffice@icc-cpi.int UNESCO Staff: Contact your local Staff Counsellor at servicesocial@unesco.org or staffcounselor@unesco.org WIPO Staff: Contact your local Staff Counsellor at:  staffcounsellor@wipo.int If you work in a UN agency not listed here, please contact CISMU ( undsscismu@un.org ) and they will refer you to other resources available.  If you're feeling anxious Telecommuting tips Talking to children Stress reduction COVID19 and Mental Health & Wellbeing Accessing an internal UN Staff/Stress Counsellor Accessing external mental health care WHO advice for the public United Nations Donate A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 658770.5 - https://www.un.org/en/node/80703
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In an application received and recorded at the Registry of the Dispute Tribunal on 4 December 2009, the Applicant disputes the decision of the Assistant Secretary-General, Controller, Office of Programme Planning, Budgets and Accounts, to outsource the medical insurance plan for local staff to GMC Services. 2. He asks the Tribunal to rescind: (a) The above decision as it applies to local staff working in Bangkok; (b).. (...) The medical insurance plan for local staff and former local staff is fundamental to their living and working conditions; but paragraphs (f) and (h) of Rule 8.1 of the provisional Staff Rules provide that administrative instructions or directives on issues relating to staff welfare, including conditions of work and general conditions of life, shall be transmitted in advance to the executive committees of the representative staff bodies concerned for consideration; (b) Contrary to the view of the Management Evaluation Unit, the decision contested is appealable because it was a unilateral decision having a direct legal effect on many staff members, including the Applicant; (c) The requirement that current and former local staff produce the necessary documents for reimbursement of medical expenses in English has major disadvantages. (...) The Applicant challenges the decision to outsource management of the medical insurance plan for local staff to GMC Services as regards personnel serving in Bangkok.
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Score: 630390.04 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2011-053e.pdf
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Pio, an Argentine national, is a retired Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) staff member who participated in the UNJSPF from 1971 to 1994 and again, for a five-month period, from late 1994-1995. He retired in Switzerland in 1994 and opted for the “local track” pension; some years later, he relocated to Argentina (...) Accordingly, the Fund should suspend the local currency track retroactively to January 2009, the date of Mr.
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Score: 625105 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2015-UNAT-569.pdf
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On 1 October 2014, he was locally recruited as Refugee Status Determination Officer (NO-C), in Ankara, under a fixed-term appointment. (...) In particular, he stated that “MIP is priced and designed for local use only and, as per its rules, does not provide worldwide coverage. (...) The present case concerns the reimbursement of medical expenses incurred by a locally recruited staff member outside his duty station while travelling on private business.
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Score: 622114.55 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-044.pdf
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Larghi, an Argentine national, is a retired Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization staff member, who participated in the UNJSPF from 1966 to 1985. (...) He opted to switch to a “local track” pension some years later. 3. In 2009, Mr. (...) The third is converting the United States dollar pension amount into local currency, when the retiree chooses to be paid in local currency.
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Score: 621602.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-343.pdf
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