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EENC is a package of actions and interventions that address the most common causes of newborn death or disease, such as prematurity (being born too soon), low birth weight and severe infection. In the Solomon Islands, 44% of all deaths of children under five years of age are in the first 28 days of life or the newborn period. ‘In the Solomon Islands we are losing too many newborn babies, and many of these deaths can be prevented with a few simple and cost-effective actions, including the First Embrace,’ said MHMS Permanent Secretary Dr Tenneth Dalipanda.  
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Score: 1048894.6 - https://www.who.int/tonga/news...15-saving-newborn-babies-lives
Data Source: un
EENC is a package of actions and interventions that address the most common causes of newborn death or disease, such as prematurity (being born too soon), low birth weight and severe infection. In the Solomon Islands, 44% of all deaths of children under five years of age are in the first 28 days of life or the newborn period. ‘In the Solomon Islands we are losing too many newborn babies, and many of these deaths can be prevented with a few simple and cost-effective actions, including the First Embrace,’ said MHMS Permanent Secretary Dr Tenneth Dalipanda.  
Language:English
Score: 1048894.6 - https://www.who.int/tuvalu/new...15-saving-newborn-babies-lives
Data Source: un
EENC is a package of actions and interventions that address the most common causes of newborn death or disease, such as prematurity (being born too soon), low birth weight and severe infection. In the Solomon Islands, 44% of all deaths of children under five years of age are in the first 28 days of life or the newborn period. ‘In the Solomon Islands we are losing too many newborn babies, and many of these deaths can be prevented with a few simple and cost-effective actions, including the First Embrace,’ said MHMS Permanent Secretary Dr Tenneth Dalipanda.  
Language:English
Score: 1048894.6 - https://www.who.int/northernma...15-saving-newborn-babies-lives
Data Source: un
EENC is a package of actions and interventions that address the most common causes of newborn death or disease, such as prematurity (being born too soon), low birth weight and severe infection. In the Solomon Islands, 44% of all deaths of children under five years of age are in the first 28 days of life or the newborn period. ‘In the Solomon Islands we are losing too many newborn babies, and many of these deaths can be prevented with a few simple and cost-effective actions, including the First Embrace,’ said MHMS Permanent Secretary Dr Tenneth Dalipanda.  
Language:English
Score: 1048894.6 - https://www.who.int/cookisland...15-saving-newborn-babies-lives
Data Source: un
EENC is a package of actions and interventions that address the most common causes of newborn death or disease, such as prematurity (being born too soon), low birth weight and severe infection. In the Solomon Islands, 44% of all deaths of children under five years of age are in the first 28 days of life or the newborn period. ‘In the Solomon Islands we are losing too many newborn babies, and many of these deaths can be prevented with a few simple and cost-effective actions, including the First Embrace,’ said MHMS Permanent Secretary Dr Tenneth Dalipanda.  
Language:English
Score: 1048894.6 - https://www.who.int/newzealand...15-saving-newborn-babies-lives
Data Source: un
EENC is a package of actions and interventions that address the most common causes of newborn death or disease, such as prematurity (being born too soon), low birth weight and severe infection. In the Solomon Islands, 44% of all deaths of children under five years of age are in the first 28 days of life or the newborn period. ‘In the Solomon Islands we are losing too many newborn babies, and many of these deaths can be prevented with a few simple and cost-effective actions, including the First Embrace,’ said MHMS Permanent Secretary Dr Tenneth Dalipanda.  
Language:English
Score: 1048894.6 - https://www.who.int/samoa/news...15-saving-newborn-babies-lives
Data Source: un
EENC is a package of actions and interventions that address the most common causes of newborn death or disease, such as prematurity (being born too soon), low birth weight and severe infection. In the Solomon Islands, 44% of all deaths of children under five years of age are in the first 28 days of life or the newborn period. ‘In the Solomon Islands we are losing too many newborn babies, and many of these deaths can be prevented with a few simple and cost-effective actions, including the First Embrace,’ said MHMS Permanent Secretary Dr Tenneth Dalipanda.  
Language:English
Score: 1048894.6 - https://www.who.int/vanuatu/ne...15-saving-newborn-babies-lives
Data Source: un
• It is not (there is nothing automatic about it) • Powerful obstacles militate against the increase of migration: • a) the globalization of migration flows • b) the existence of alternatives to migration • c) skill mismatches • d) the political environment • e) restrictive, inadequate admission policies A complex, changing migration landscape • South-North flows in the basin are losing relative weight (the relevance of visa policies) • Much outmigration goes elsewhere • Increasing flows from neighboring countries • Some traditional source countries are being increasingly seen as transit countries • Neither side is homogeneous in migration terms Is there anything that can be done?
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Score: 1001146.9 - https://www.un.org/development...iles/unpd_om_200606_arango.pdf
Data Source: un
STANDARD LAYOUT FOR DRY AND DRIED PRODUCE
{When the size is given in terms of a range of numbers of fruit per unit weight, special provision can be made in the specific standard if necessary. (...) Spread the test portion over the base of the test receptacle, thoroughly cleaned in advance, and note the weight of the test portion to within 1 mg. Follow the procedure indicated in the instructions for use of the apparatus for the product to be tested, in particular with regard to the adjusting of temperatures, the duration of the test and the recording of the weight readings. 4. (...) Sizing The measuring of physical dimensions of inshell nuts, nut kernels or dried fruit with reference to their size; it is defined by a range of intervals determined by a minimum size and a maximum size, which may be variously expressed in terms of the diameter of the equatorial section, the maximum diameter, the unit weight, the number of fruit per unit of weight, etc.
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Score: 975154.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=ECE/CTCS/WP.7/2020/18&Lang=E
Data Source: ods
STANDARD LAYOUT FOR DRY AND DRIED PRODUCE STANDARDS
See definition in annex III Extraneous foreign matter of inorganic origin (by weight) Proposal from Germany: Already discussed when the standard for cashew kernels was revised. (...) {When the size is given in terms of a range of numbers of fruit per unit weight, special provision can be made in the specific standard if necessary. (...) Sizing T h e m e a s u r i n g o f p h y s i c a l d i m e n s i o n s o f Action and result of grading inshell nuts, nut kernels or dried fruits with reference to their size, weight or volume; it is defined by a range of grades or intervals determined by a minimum size and a maximum size, which may be variously expressed in terms of the diameter of the equatorial section, the maximum diameter, the unit weight, the number of fruits per unit of weight, etc.
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Score: 963926 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...E/CTCS/WP.7/GE.2/2020/8&Lang=E
Data Source: ods