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Support widows and orphans in a rural part of Rwanda Blue Marble Dreams ia a non-profit venture exploring ice cream’s potential to inspire joy and spur economic growth. Their first project was the creation of Inzozi Nziza, a local ice cream shop run by a women's co-operative in Butare, Rwanda. Learn more about Inzozi Nziza, Rwanda's first local ice cream shop Voices of Rwanda is dedicated to recording and preserving testimonies of Rwandans, and to ensuring that their stories inform the world about genocide and inspire a global sense of responsibility to prevent human rights atrocities.
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Score: 1564537.6 - https://www.un.org/en/preventg...ocide/rwanda/take-action.shtml
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Cameroonian singer Dencia operates a thriving business selling skin-lightening creams. She claims that “whiteness means purity.” (...) Most contemporary skin-bleaching creams contain ingredients that inhibit the production of melanin, a body chemical that darkens skin. (...) Overuse of steroid creams over a long period can cause thinning or weakening of the skin, stretch marks and easy bruising.
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Score: 1523245.6 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...ying-high-price-skin-bleaching
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REPORT ON A STUDY OF HEALTH SECTOR INFORMATION SOURCES ON THE AVAILABILITY OF LINDANE AS A PHARMACEUTICAL AND ITS ALTERNATIVES AS A TREATMENT FOR HEAD LICE AND SCABIES
In India, lindane has been removed from the NEML in 2011 and has replaced with permethrin (cream and lotion) has as its alternative. (...) (Y/N) Prescriptions per month Availability (Number of pharmacies) Location of pharmacies (Town) UNEP/POPS/COP.6/INF/4/Rev.1 12 Annex II Extracts of the records of scabicides and pediculicides from WHO Model Essential Medicines List (1977-2011) Year No Scabicides and pediculicides 19774 1 • Benzyl Benzoate; • Gamma Benzene Hexachloride 19795 2 • Benzyl Benzoate lotion, 25%; • Gamma Benzene Hexachloride cream or lotion, 1% 19836 3 • Benzyl Benzoate lotion, 25%; • Lindane cream or lotion, 1% 19857 4 • Benzyl Benzoate lotion, 25%; • Lindane cream or lotion, 1% 1988, 19908 5 • Benzyl Benzoate lotion, 25%; Lindane (7) cream, lotion, or powder, 1% (...) • Lindane is deleted since it is toxic to the environment and humans, and safer alternatives are available. 199511 8 • Benzyl Benzoate lotion, 25%; Permethrin lotion 1%, cream 5%. • For Permethrin, cream 5% is added, since this is widely used in the treatment of scabies. 199712 9 • Benzyl Benzoate lotion, 25%; Permethrin lotion 1%, cream 5%. 199813 10 • Benzyl Benzoate lotion, 25%; Permethrin lotion 1%, cream 5%
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Score: 1442482.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../POPS/COP.6/INF/4/REV.1&Lang=E
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Trade in health services through the movement of health professionals, medical tourism, or telemedicine can address inadequacies in healthcare infrastructure and quality, thereby enabling more equitable access to healthcare. (...) Trade and investment in health services could have undesirable effects on equity and access if there is cream-skimming by rich and affluent foreign medical tourists at the expense of domestic patients, or if it results in the internal brain drain of health workers from public hospitals to better-paying and better-managed foreign investor hospitals, or if it leads to a diversion of resources towards highly OPINION PIECE By Rupa Chanda, RBI Chair Professor in Economics, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore specialized segments of healthcare at the expense of basic and preventive healthcare services. (...) More efficient allocation of expenditures in the health sector and improved regulatory governance can help prioritize spending in line with local needs and conditions of demand, and can mitigate adverse consequences such as cream- skimming, dualism and the crowding out of local patients that can arise with trade and FDI in this sector (Chanda, 2002; 2017; Hanefield et al., 2018).
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Score: 1427507.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...nionpiece_by_rupa_chanda_e.pdf
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Suits, coats and pants; day lingerie; night lingerie; women's and men's socks; wrist bands; hair bands; special clothes; uniforms APEMEBI Footwear and accessories Birigui - SP Promotion 10 Germany, United Arab Emirates Shoes for babies, children, teens and adults; handbags and socks BHP Health Products Ribeirão Preto - SP Promotion 13 South America, Mexico and Europe Medical and dental products and equipment UNION TRADING Ice-cream Industrial Machines São Paulo - SP Promotion 11 Mexico, Africa Machines, materials, trolleys, refrigeration containers, freezers, displays, refrigeration chambers and moulds for ice-cream production MOLDEXPORT Moulds Joinville - SC Promotion 6 Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia, USA, Italy, Germany, France. (...) CASE STUDIES ON EXPORT CONSORTIA CONSORTIUM NAME Brazilian Health Products (BHP) Flor Brasil Sector Medical and dental products and equipment Beachwear, swimwear and fitness clothing Typology Promotional Promotional Legal form and capital Non-profit organization; capital US$ 100,000.00 Non-profit organization Number of firms and their size 13 firms (12 SMEs and 1 large size company) 12 small companies Year of incorporation 2001 2000 Organizational structure President Directors Consortium Manager Assistant President International Manager Commercial Manager Administrative Manager Quality Manager Assistants Main type of services provided Market studies International Fairs Trade missions Organizing meetings with foreign buyers in Brazil Procurement services Market Studies International Fairs Commercial Missions Collection Planning Adaptation of Products Pricelist Quality Control Technical Information Design Main markets targeted South America, Mexico and Europe Italy, France and United Kingdom Yearly operational and promotional costs Yearly operation costs (US$): 83,000 Yearly promotional costs (US$): 490,000 Yearly operation costs (US$): 59,000 Yearly promotional costs (US$): 340,000 Funding of the consortium Annual quota US$ 5,000 per company Annual quota US$ 88,500 per company Cost of incorporation of the consortium Same as for other non-profit organizations Approximately US$ 4,000 History of the consortium Brazilian Health Products (BHP) is an export consortium supported by the Brazilian government and formed by medical and dental product companies with internationally recognized quality standards. (...) Suits, coats and pants; day lingerie; night lingerie; women's and men's socks; wrist bands; hair bands; special clothes; uniforms APEMEBI Footwear and accessories Birigui - SP Promotion 10 Germany, United Arab Emirates Shoes for babies, children, teens and adults; handbags and socks BHP Health Products Ribeirão Preto - SP Promotion 13 South America, Mexico and Europe Medical and dental products and equipment UNION TRADING Ice-cream Industrial Machines São Paulo - SP Promotion 11 Mexico, Africa Machines, materials, trolleys, refrigeration containers, freezers, displays, refrigeration chambers and moulds for ice-cream production MOLDEXPORT Moulds Joinville - SC Promotion 6 Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia, USA, Italy, Germany, France.
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Score: 1394715 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...les/2008-07/excon_Brazil_0.pdf
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Milk: fresh and processed (excluding fermented milk products, cream, whey, cheese and other milk products) | Milk from cattle, equine and other mammals including secondary commodities and products derived from milk by reducing water or/and increasing sugar content and isolating milk protein such as evaporated, condensed and powdered milk and milk protein, and manufactured products such as dairy snacks, flavoured milk, etc., which are not fermented milk products, cheese, cream or whey. 4.2.            Fermented milk products | Fermented products of cow, sheep, goat or other mammal's milk such as yoghurts, kefir, kumis, sour and fermented milk, including flavoured and non-flavoured products. 4.3.            Cream, whey and any other milk products excluding fermented milk products and cheese | Products derived from cow, sheep, goat or other mammal's milk by isolating its different fractions such as cream, whey and other milk products (excluding isolated milk fats), including dried products such as powdered whey, cream and sour cream and isolated whey protein, and manufactured products such as flavoured whey, cream and sour cream, etc. 4.4.            (...) Dairy or dairy imitate based sweets | Sweets made predominantly from dairy or dairy imitates such as custards, puddings, ice cream, milkshakes, dairy snacks etc, which may contain also other ingredients. 13.   
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Score: 1389707 - https://www.fao.org/gift-indiv...food-groups-and-sub-groups/zh/
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Limit buying tempting foods like chips, soda sugary drinks, cookies, and ice cream. They are high in empty calories and run up your grocery bill.  (...) Serve fresh, cut up fruit and frozen juice mixed with yoghurt instead of ice cream. Spinach and cheese fatayer pastry are also healthy mid-afternoon or late evening snacks.   (...) Be healthy, be safe, be well and enjoy the richness this region offers Related topics Nutrition Health COVID-19 MENA Middle East and North Africa More to explore Press release 24 September 2022 Over half a billion dollars pledged to tackle severe wasting since July in unprecedented international response to deepening child malnutrition crisis Visit the page Photo essay Jouri’s journey to fight severe acute malnutrition in Yemen UNICEF is the sole provider for therapeutic food and routine medications for SAM management programme in Yemen See the story Article Sudan declared Polio free following an outbreak in 2020 Rapid and comprehensive response stops polio outbreak fast.
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Score: 1378659.4 - https://www.unicef.org/mena/stories/resorting-food-comfort
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y belts 173/1989 Motor vehicles - safety belts 174/1989 Motor vehicles-flammability of interior materials and their testing methods 175/1989 Road vehicles-sound signalling devices technical specifications 13/8/1990 75/90 198/1990 Chicken eggs 28/10/1990 78/90 192/1989 Steel nails for use in wood and wood base materials 193/1989 Methods of test for steel nails for use in wood and wood base materials 28/11/1990 89/90 194/1990 Paints and varnishes - sampling 195/1994 Paints and varnishes-Examination and preparation of samples for testing 196/1990 Paints and varnishes-Examination and preparation of samples for testing 197/1990 Paints and varrishes - Emulsion paints 2/10/1991 110/91 161/1988 (96) Fermented milks (Yoghurt-laban-labneh) 24/11/1991 146/91 201/1990 Requirements for filling, transport, handling and storage of liquified petroleum gas cylinders. 22/7/1992 111/92 222/1991 Steel wires for fences 223/1991 Barbed wires 224/1994 Chain link fences-part 1: Requirements for materials, workmanship and erection 25/9/1992 155/92 235/1992 Motor vhicles-Methods of testing for pollutants emitted from heavy duty diesel engined vhicles part 1: Determination of exhaust gaseous pollutants 14/7/1993 172/93 220/1991 Synthetic detergent, hand dishwashing liquid 14/11/1993 253/93 255/1993 Liquid fuel dispensing pump and its verification 13/1/1999 6/99 713/1994 Toys-Geerl safety requirements " " 767/1995 Safety requirements of household and similiar electrical appliances-Part 1: General requirements " " 768/1995 Toys - General safety requirements " " 769/1995 Methods of testing toys - Part 2: Flammability test " " 771/1995 Cotton sewing threads " " 179/1996 Routine analytical cigarette smoking machine -- Definitions and standard conditions. " " 610/1996 Portable fire extinguishers - Part 3: Foam fire extinguisher " " 611/1996 Portable fire extinguishers - Part 4: Dry powder fire extinguishers " " 612/1996 Methods of testing absorbent medical cotton wool " " 613/1996 Absorbent medical cotton wool " " 614/1996 Jams, jellies and marmalade " " 615/1996 Whole and ground niger needs " " 616/1996 Cigarette determination of total nicotine - free dry particulate matter using a routine analytical smoking machine. " " 617/1996 Multipurpose vehicles, trucks, buses and trailers tyres- Part 1: Nomenclature, designation, dimensions, load capabilities and inflation pressures. " " 618/1996 Multipurpose vehicles, trucks, buses and trailers tyres-Part2: Testing methods " " 619/1996 Multipurpose vehicles, trucks , buses and trailers tyres-Part 3 ): General requirements " " 620/1996 Polyester cotton fabric (65/35) " " 621/1996 Methods of testing polyester cotton fabric 65/35 " " 622/96 Length measures for general use " " 639/1996 Verification of medical thermometers with max. temperature device " " 117/1997 Methods of test for whole dates " " 221/1997 Methods of test for tea " " 633/1997 Aerosol air freshener " " 634/1997 Methods of testing aerosol air fteshener " " 635/1997 Methods of test for cream " " 636/1997 Fabrics for civilian tents. " " 637/1997 Methods of testing fabrics for civilian tents. " " 638/1997 Clinical thermometers"Mercury-in-glass, with maximum device". 13/1/1999 6/99 640/1997 Class 0.5,1 and 2 alternating current watthour meters . 641/1997 Methods of test and calibration of class 0.5,1 and 2 alternating current watthour meters. 642/1997 Methods of test for yoghurt 643/1997 Edible Nigella sativa seed oil 1039/1997 Pressure gauges for motor vehicle tyres 48/1998 Methods of sampling for animal feeds 217/1998 Tea 827/1998 Sweeteners permitted for use in food products. 1068/1998 Sterilized milk 1069/1998 Frozen chicken 1071/1998 Animal slaughtering requirements according to Islamic law. 1072/1998 Detection of salmonella in milk and milk prod icts 1073/1998 Beef, buffalo, mutton and goat fresh meat. 1074/1998 Beef, buffalo, mutton and goat chilled and frozen 1076/1998 Milled rice 1077/1998 Fruit and vegatable products-Determination of soluble solids content-Refractometric method. 1078/1998 Room air conditioners 1079/1998 Methods of test for room air conditioners 1080/1998 Motor vehicles :Safety glasses-Methods of mechanical tests. 1081/1998 Cold formed aluminium household utensiles. 1082/1998 Methods of test for cold formed aluminium household utensiles. 1083/1998 Absorbent cotton gauze ribbon 1084/1998 Methods of testing for absorbent cotton gauze ribbon. 1085/1998 Cermic sanitary appliances- General requirements. 1086/1998 Cermic sanitary appliances-Methods of testing for general requirements. 1087/1998 Expanded polystyrene insulation boards-Part 1: boards manufactured from expandable beads. 1088/1998 Expanded polystyrene insulation boards- Part 2: Extruded boards. 1091/1998 General requirements for the storage, transpori and handling of refined edible oils in bulk. 13/1/1999 6/99 713/1994 Toys-Geerl safety requirements " 94 767/1995 Safety requirements of household and similiar electrical appliances-Part 1: General requirements 768/1995 Toys - General-safety requirements 769/1995 Methods of testing toys - Part 2: Flammability test 771/1995 Cotton sewing threads 179/1996 Routine analytical cigarette smoking machine -- Definitions and standard conditions. 610/1996 Portable fire extinguishers-Part 3: Foam fire extinguisher 611/1996 Portable fire extinguishers - Part4: Dry powder fire extinguishers 612/1996 Methods of testing absorbent medical cotton wool 613/1996 Absorbent medical cotton wool 614/1996 Jams, jellies and marmalade 615/1996 Whole and ground. niger needs 616/1996 Cigarette determination of total nicotine -free dry particulate matter using a routine analytical smoking machine. 617/1996 Multipurpose vehicles, trucks, buses and trailers tyres- Part 1: Nomenclature, designation, dimensions, load capabilities and inflation pressures. 618/1996 Multipurpose vehicles, trucks, buses and trailers tyres-Part2: Testing methods 619/1996 Multipurpose vehicles, trucks , buses and trailers tyres-Part 3: General requirements 620/1996 Polyester cotton fabric (65/35) 621/1996 Methods of testing polyester cotton fabric 65/3 5 622/96 Length measures for general use 639/1996 Verification of medical thermometers with max. temperature device 117/1997 Methods of test for whole dates 221/1997 Methods of test for tea 633/1997 Aerosol air freshener 634/1997 Methods of testing aerosol air freshener 635/1997 Methods of test for cream 636/1997 Fabrics for civilian tents. 637/1997 Methods of testing fabrics for civilian tents. 638/1997 Clinical thermometers "Mercury-in-glass, wi& maximum device". 131/1/1999 6/99 640/1997 Class 0.5,1 and 2 alternating current watthour meters . 641/1997 Methods of test and calibration of class 0.5,1 and 2 alternating current watthour meters. 642/1997 Methods of test for yoghurt 643/1997 Edible Nigella sativa seed oil 1039/1997 Pressure gauges for motor vehicle tyres 48/1998 Methods of sampling for animal feeds 217/1998 Tea 827/1998 Sweeteners permitted for use in food products. 1068/1998 Sterilized milk 1069/1998 Frozen chicken 1071/1998 Animal slaughtering requirements according to Islamic law. 1072/1998 Detection of salmonella in milk and milk products 1073/1998 Beef, buffalo, mutton and goat firesh meat. 1074/1998 Beef, buffalo, mutton and goat chilled and frozen 1076/1998 Milled rice 1077/1998 Fruit and vegatable products-Determination. of soluble solids content-Refractometric method. 1078/1998 Room air conditioners 1079/1998 Methods of test for room air conditioners 1080/1998 Motor vehicles :Safety glasses-Methods of mechanical tests. 1081/1998 Cold formed aluminium househol d utensiles. 1082/1998 Methods of test for cold formed aluminium household utensiles. 1083/1998 Absorbent cotton gauze ribbon 1084/1998 Methods of testing for absorbent cotton catize ribbon. 1085/1998 Cermic sanitary appliances-General requir.~ments. 1086/1998 Cerinic sanitary appliances-Methods of testing for general requirements. 1087/1998 Expanded polystyrene insulation boards-Par---t 1: boards manufactured from expandable beads. 1088/1998 Expanded polystyrene insulation boards-Pal-t 2: Extruded boards. 1091/1998 General requirements for the storage, transport and handling of refmed edible oils in bulk. 13/1/1999 6/99 713/1994 Toys-Geerl safety requirements 767/1995 Safety requirements of household and similiar electrical appliances-Part 1: General requirements 768/1995 Toys - General safety requirements 769/1995 Methods of testing toys - Part 2: Flammability test 771/1995 Cotton sewing threads 179/1996 Routine analytical cigarette smoking machine Definitions and standard conditions. 610/1996 Portable fire extinguishers-Part 3: Foam fire extinguisher 611/1996 Portable fire extinguishers - Part4: Dry powder fire extinguishers 612/1996 Methods of testing absorbent medical cotton wool 613/1996 Absorbent medical cotton wool 614/1996 Jams, jellies and marmalade 615/1996 Whole and ground niger needs 616/1996 Cigarette determination of total nicotine -free dry particulate matter using a routine analytical smoking machine. 617/1996 Multipurpose vehicles, trucks, buses and trailers tyres- Partl: Nomenclature, designation, dimensions, load capabilities and inflation pressures. 618/1996 Multipurpose vehicles, trucks, buses and trailers tyres-Pa112: Testing methods 619/1996 Multipurpose vehicles, trucks , buses and trailers tyres-Part 33: General requirements 620/1996 Polyester cotton fabric (65/35) 621/1996 Methods of testing polyester cotton fabric 65135 622/96 Length measures for general use 639/1996 Verification of medical thermometers with i-nax. temperature device 117/1997 Methods of test for whole dates 221/1997 Methods of test for tea 633/1997 Aerosol air fi-eshener 634/1997 Methods of testing aerosol air freshener 635/1997 Methods of test for cream 636/1997 Fabrics for civilian tents. 637/1997 Methods of testing fabrics for civilian tents. 638/1997 Clinical thermometers "Mercury-in-glass, with maximum device".
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Score: 1374823 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/omn_e/WTACCOMN21_LEG_3.pdf
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International agencies, including the World Health Organization ( WHO ), the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) , the World Food Programme (WFP), the International Federation of the Red Cross and the non-governmental organization (NGO) Caritas International are providing medical assistance and food to hospitals in the Ryongchon area, according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs ( OCHA ). While noting overall medical treatment is being provided at a reasonable level, WHO reported that medical supplies such as eye treatments, topical creams, compresses for burns and certain antibiotics remain in short supply, OCHA said.
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Score: 1372733.6 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2004/04/101882
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Butter is produced by churning milk or cream; in many developing countries, traditional butter is obtained by churning sour whole milk. (...) Dry milk or milk powder is obtained from the dehydration of milk and is usually in the form of powder or granules. Cream is the part of milk that is comparatively rich in milk fat; it is extracted by skimming or centrifuging the milk. Cream products include recombined cream, reconstituted cream, prepared creams, pre-packaged liquid cream, whipping cream, cream packed under pressure, whipped cream, fermented cream and acidified cream.
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Score: 1365828.5 - https://www.fao.org/dairy-prod.../types-and-characteristics/en/
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