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. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Cacaotica's procucts include everything from chocolate bars and chocolate-flavoured tea to lip balm and hand lotion. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Dara Argüello makes the rounds on Vicenta's cacao plantation, tending to the trees and looking out for ripe pods. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Members of Cacaotica hope to place their products in hotels throughout Costa Rica. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Working together, the women care for the trees, cutting off beans that show the telltale stains of blight, and harvesting the ripe yellow ones. (...) “We use absolutely all of the pod,” said Vicenta, adding that in addition to classic chocolate bars, the collective makes products such as chocolate toffee, cacao-butter lip gloss, and hand lotion. All of them are concocted in the kitchen inside Vicenta’s wood-frame farmhouse, pending the completion of a proper workspace the group is currently building. 
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Score: 1082336.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-au/ne.../stories/2022/3/622657fa4.html
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Therefore, it is laudable that the government has added sunscreen lotions to their list of essential medicines, thereby making the product available and free of charge to persons with albinism. However, persons with albinism are concerned with the availability, accessibility and above all the quality of  government-provided sunscreen lotions. These elements are concerning given that skin cancer is the primary killer of persons with albinism. (...) Information on albinism should be incorporated into all curricula training health and education personnel across the country.
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Score: 1081719.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/state...uth-africa16-26-september-2019
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ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS BY PERSONS WITH ALBINISM :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Refugees with albinism in camps commonly struggle to access goods and services related to their skin care, i.e., sunscreen lotion, protective clothing, skin cancer screening and treatment services, skin clinics and sun protective behaviour information. (...) Some of those interviewed by the Expert in one camp stated that, in the previous six years, they had received essential products and services such as soap, sunscreen lotion, hats and umbrellas and skin cancer screening from civil society organizations. (...) Most noted that this was insufficient to also cover additional expenses that they incurred, such as purchase of sunscreen lotion and that __________________ 45 See A/HRC/43/42. 46 In some instances, negative perceptions about refugees with albinism exist outside the walls of the camps in the host communities.
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Score: 1077655.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/77/199&Lang=E
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We are proud to have three of our beneficiaries within the 30 Africa’s Best Young Entrepreneurs, according to Forbes http://www.forbes.com/sites/mfonobongnsehe/2013/02/23/30‐under‐30‐africas‐best‐young‐ entrepreneurs/  Apple Green Holdings Innovative, holistic, end-to-end waste management solution (Does recycling work for ABI) www.applegreen.co.za/ DryBath DryBath™ is the world's first germicidal bath-substituting™ skin lotion/gel. It is a proprietary blend of a biocide, bioflavonoids and moisturisers. http://headboy.org/drybath/ http://www.ted.com/talks/ludwick_marishane_a_bath_without_water.html   Micromune Innovative aerobic and anaerobic microbes that can fulfil a critical need for improved basic sanitation in rural and poor communities. www.sanitation-world.com/micromune.html Reel Gardening Pre fertilised seed strip which encases seed with fertiliser at the correct depth and distance apart.
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Score: 1070798.7 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/j.../pdf13/imp_forum_sabmiller.pdf
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Avoid eating or preparing wild game ( bushmeat ) or using products derived from wild animals from Africa (creams, lotions, powders). Avoid contact with materials used by sick people (such as clothing, bedding, or materials used in healthcare settings) or that came into contact with infected animals.
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Score: 1070798.7 - https://www.un.org/en/node/182739
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CABLE DATED 65/05/22 FROM THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES
In accordance kiith Artlrle 54 of the C ter of the Gted lotions, I have the honour to transtit to you for the Wformatioian of the Security Corrncil the .
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 4TH MEETING HELD AT THE PALAIS DES NATIONS, GENEVA, TUESDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 1986 : 2ND REVIEW CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON THE PROHIBITION OF THE DEVELOPMENT, PRODUCTION AND STOCKPILING OF BACTERIALOGICAL (BIOLOGICAL)AND TOXIN WEAPONS AND ON THEIR DESTRUCTION
They should be set forth in a mensorandum and also incorporated in a copy of the record- They should be sent within one of the date of this document to the Official Records Editing Section, room E.6108, Palais des Nations, Geneva. (...) That was why as early as 1966, at the twenty-first session of the United lotions General Assembly, it bed sumnitted a draft resolution which, in parallel with the strengthening of the 19 2 S Geneva Protocol, aimed at the complete prohibition of the dewLopsient, BWC/CONF.II/SR. 4 page 5 production and stockpiling of all chemical and bacteriological weapons and the destruction of existing stocks. (...) Unfortunately co-operation remained insignificant and the background papers produced for the Conference contained scanty information on the subject- His delegation hoped that the current Conference would take concrete steps towards the establishment of adequate institutional means within the United lotions system to facilitate tne exchange of scientific and techno Log!
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Score: 1066396.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=BWC/CONF.II/SR.4&Lang=E
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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES FACED BY PERSONS WITH ALBINISM: REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Without access to dermatological screening and sunscreen lotions, there has been a marked deterioration of skin conditions among the albinism community, with a high number of cases of skin cancer reported in several countries. 25. (...) In particular, they must ensure the continued supply of sunscreen lotions and access to dermatological and ophthalmological screening and treatment and to visual assistive devices. (...) They must ensure the accessibi lity of sunscreen lotions and eye care services at all times for persons with albinism, notably by making it free of charge or at reduced cost for them.
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Score: 1059120.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/76/769&Lang=E
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ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE : ELECTION OF A MEMBER OF THE COURT TO FILL A VACANCY CAUSED BY THE DEATH OF DR. J. P. DE BARROS E AZEVEDO : LIST OF CANDIDATES NOMINATED BY THE NATIONAL GROUPS : CORRIGENDUM
:a :I Member of the Permansnt Cotit of Arbitration; firat honorary President' :$ of the Sujjreme Court of C38satioi~ of Italy s:nce 13h9; Preddetx of . . ' the kternational Institute for the Unification of Private Law (Rome) -3; Born 1879; ;; ": doctor in .jurispruaence 1900, begen Judicial career in 1901. 4 ~.i, Member of the Italian delegation to the Peace Conference, 191%1520; i the London Conference for War Reparatione, 1924; -1925; the Lotion Naval Conference, 1930; the Locarno Conference,3 The Rague Confarenca l"or the ,,,# coaificatioll of International Law, 1929.1930; the Sp9 Conference and. + the Brussels Financial Conference, 1930. . . ..$ '-8 $3 Legal Aview to the Reparations Comrniesion and to the Conference of “2 Ambassadore, 1929-1930; President of the Inter Allied bitral ':cg Cquxuieaion (Rhineland. and Germany) for the nsaessmen~ of cont?!.
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Score: 1058675.4 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...T?OPEN&DS=A/1877/CORR.1&LANG=E
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Avoid eating or preparing wild game ( bushmeat ) or using products derived from wild animals from Africa (creams, lotions, powders). Avoid contact with materials used by sick people (such as clothing, bedding, or materials used in healthcare settings) or that came into contact with infected animals.
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Score: 1053670.5 - https://www.un.org/en/delegate...2%80%93-call-caution-not-alarm
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