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GHETS believes that well trained and supported doctors, nurses and allied health workers are key to sustainable change. Main activities GHETS works with a network of medical and nursing schools in developing countries to train local health personnel to provide comprehensive healthcare.  (...) GHETS uses a long-term strategy to increase local health manpower and comprehensive primary care services. (...) Links to the health workforce crisis GHETS believes that the best, most affordable way to save the most lives and improve overall health is to increase the number of trained local, primary healthcare workers.
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Score: 666968.55 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...partners/member_list/ghets/en/
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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. (...) On 1 October 2014, he was locally recruited as Refugee Status Determination Officer (NO-C) in Ankara under a fixed-term appointment.
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Score: 666931.25 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2018-110.pdf
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Score: 666917.3 - https://www.who.int/azerbaijan...n-health-reforms-in-azerbaijan
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Health partnerships enable unique working relationships to be created between UK health professionals and those in LMICs; health partnerships are a global response to local needs. (...) At the institutional level, THET works closely with the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Community Development, Mother and Child Health, the University of Zambia, the Northern Technical College and other local training institutions to strengthen Monitoring & Evaluation frameworks and build the institutional capacity required for better health programming implementation. (...) THET supports: • Development and implementation of locally appropriate standards and protocols; • Projects that train and educate health workers to improve their performance and ultimately, the quality of care they provide to patients; • Development of health workforce regulatory bodies through its Somaliland Programme.
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Score: 666670.2 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...lliance/12_thet_response-2.pdf
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Public consultations on Protocol implementation in Ukraine in autumn 2009 Being actively involved into project proposal design, MAMA-86 has planned and organized fundraising for the public consultations on the water and health priorities at local-national levels and broad public discussion of the draft of the national targets to the Protocol. (...) As a result of these public consultations: - 253 representatives of state authorities and the public from 40 localities of Ukraine received directly information about the Protocol objectives and implementation progress - and additionally hundreds of thousands of people were informed through the mass media about the Protocol - the local and national water and health problems in context of the Protocol were discussed and prioritized - at Yaremche seminar the attempts to set the local targets were made - the local case studies on water and health were presented and the needed actions to solve concrete local problems were discussed as well as the technical and financial resources for the implementation. (...) The first exercise on national targets establishment is very important and will be use as a model and framework for local target setting. - The public consultations collected the list of the specific and common problems related to water and health.
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Score: 666085.55 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA..._third_SCmeeting_Ukr2009.E.pdf
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The ILO, learning from local successful stories of participatory training programmes, has been playing a facilitator role to strengthen local efforts in improving safety and health of informal economy workplaces. (...) Conclusions There were many local initiatives to improve safety, health and working conditions in informal economy workplaces in Cambodia, Thailand and Viet Nam. (...) Locally trained safety and health trainers and volunteers have played essential roles in extending the participatory OSH training for wider coverage and impacts.
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Score: 665927.25 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_110307.pdf
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In Mondulkiri and Ratanakiri, local health authorities made special efforts to reach indigenous groups and hard-to-reach populations. (...) In Kampong Chhnang, strong links between health centres and district hospitals meant people were efficiently screened at local health centres and referred to a district hospital if they had symptoms of COVID-19. (...) Dr Li urged the public to remain vigilant and to comply with public health measures implemented by local authorities.
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Score: 665641.94 - https://www.who.int/cambodia/n...preparedness-is-key-to-success
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The goal of CBI is to create development policies and directions that are supportive to health, community empowerment and local governance to ensure health equity and quality of life. (...) These results have been achieved through training of women volunteers who have contributed in improving health indicators in their local areas. The evaluations have also identified that women's involvement in local socioeconomic development including local health planning has increased in the CBI sites. The evaluations have indicated increased participation of women in income-generating activities; empowered communities that feel confident in approaching local governments and other agencies for new projects; and better health coverage indicators.
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Score: 665468.65 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...alwomen/who-good-practice.html
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Under the guidance of the Thai FDA, local health authorities managed this initiative with additional assistance from the NHSO and the Health Systems Research Institute. (...) They included hospital directors, provincial health administrators, university researchers, medical and pharmacy students as well as local physicians, nurses and pharmacists. (...) In Cha-lae District in Songkha Province, ASU advocates added the principles of rational use of antibiotics into their own localhealth constitution,” and they signed memoranda of understanding with grocery store owners not to sell antibiotics over the counter.
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Score: 665135.25 - https://www.who.int/alliance-h...r/resources/FR_Ch5_Annex3a.pdf
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Score: 664259.38 - https://www.who.int/europe/new...n-health-reforms-in-azerbaijan
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