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This year’s theme is biodiversity — a call to action to combat the accelerating species loss and degradation of the natural world. However, nature is sending us a message. (...) It is a wake-up call for mankind to address the earth’s environmental challenges, to be the cure to nature’s suffering and to act responsibly, together in solidarity, in order to #MakeItRight. (...) The main element of the campaign is a film that portrays the suffering and different symptoms inflicted upon the earth and its species, as a result of human negligence, ending with a call to action that reveals the responsibility of every citizen of the planet to help cure nature’s suffering. “COVID-19 has been a wake-up call on all fronts, for all of humanity”, said Walid Kanaan, Chief Creative Officer at TBWA\RAAD.
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Score: 1304747.9 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon...tbwaraad-world-environment-day
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Name check at: 22” Dr Jack Githae, School of Alternative Medicine and Technology “The whole world is turning to natural medicine, natural products, natural plants. (...) Now leading scientists from the World Health Organization have commissioned a network of laboratories across Kenya to find out if such herbal cures stand up to modern science. They are hoping they could provide the next cure for malaria. (...) Name check at: 2’24” Dr Jack Githae, School of Alternative Medicine and Technology “Cures for malaria will come from the plants we already have because they are there.
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Score: 1300510.5 - https://www.who.int/tdr/news/2007/natural-plant-products/en/
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The world is on the brink of losing these miracle cures. The emergence and spread of drug-resistant pathogens has accelerated. (...) Collectively, the world has failed to handle these fragile cures with appropriate care. We have assumed that miracle cures will last forever, with older drugs eventually failing only to be replaced by newer, better and more powerful ones. (...) No action today means no cure tomorrow. At a time of multiple calamities in the world, we cannot allow the loss of essential medicines – essential cures for many millions of people – to become the next global crisis.
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Score: 1273420.5 - https://www.who.int/mediacentr...atements/2011/whd_20110407/en/
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This year’s theme is biodiversity — a call to action to combat the accelerating species loss and degradation of the natural world. However, nature is sending us a message. (...) It is a wake-up call for mankind to address the earth’s environmental challenges, to be the cure to nature’s suffering and to act responsibly, together in solidarity, in order to #MakeItRight. (...) The main element of the campaign is a film that portrays the suffering and different symptoms inflicted upon the earth and its species, as a result of human negligence, ending with a call to action that reveals the responsibility of every citizen of the planet to help cure nature’s suffering. “COVID-19 has been a wake-up call on all fronts, for all of humanity”, said Walid Kanaan, Chief Creative Officer at TBWA\RAAD.
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Score: 1273322.4 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...ampaign-world-environment-day/
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The comparative advantage will be to sustain uniform quality of vanilla beans from local farmers by centralising a curing plant through lead farmers approach or increased capacity of small holder farmers to produce quality vanilla bean through appropriate production, processing and storage technologies. (...) There is concern that the existence of this market encourages farmers not to observe the improved crop management, pollination, proper harvesting and curing process that is required to produce high quality A grade gourmet beans for which PNG exporters want to build the country’s brand and reputation.    (...) Lack of farmers technical knowledge on quality management practices in regard to harvesting, curing, storage of vanilla beans have been significant to affect quality of the dried vanilla beans traded. 
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Score: 1195716.6 - https://www.fao.org/one-countr...pik-region-papua-new-guinea/en
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The comparative advantage will be to sustain uniform quality of vanilla beans from local farmers by centralising a curing plant through lead farmers approach or increased capacity of small holder farmers to produce quality vanilla bean through appropriate production, processing and storage technologies. (...) There is concern that the existence of this market encourages farmers not to observe the improved crop management, pollination, proper harvesting and curing process that is required to produce high quality A grade gourmet beans for which PNG exporters want to build the country’s brand and reputation.    (...) Lack of farmers technical knowledge on quality management practices in regard to harvesting, curing, storage of vanilla beans have been significant to affect quality of the dried vanilla beans traded. 
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Score: 1195716.6 - https://www.fao.org/one-countr...ia-pacific/papua-new-guinea/en
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The comparative advantage will be to sustain uniform quality of vanilla beans from local farmers by centralising a curing plant through lead farmers approach or increased capacity of small holder farmers to produce quality vanilla bean through appropriate production, processing and storage technologies. (...) There is concern that the existence of this market encourages farmers not to observe the improved crop management, pollination, proper harvesting and curing process that is required to produce high quality A grade gourmet beans for which PNG exporters want to build the country’s brand and reputation.    (...) Lack of farmers technical knowledge on quality management practices in regard to harvesting, curing, storage of vanilla beans have been significant to affect quality of the dried vanilla beans traded. 
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Score: 1195716.6 - https://www.fao.org/one-countr...in-the-greater-sepik-region/en
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WHO | BBC WORLD NEWS TO BROADCAST FILM ON HEALTH WORKER SHORTAGES Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums BBC WORLD NEWS TO BROADCAST FILM ON HEALTH WORKER SHORTAGES GENEVA, 15 January 2010 | Award winning BBC World News documentary series "Kill or Cure", produced by Rockhopper TV, broadcast a new documentary "Doctors and Nurses" featuring struggles of health workers in both developed and developing countries. (...) Zooming on constraints such as heavy workload and low wages for health workers in countries such as Malawi and Pakistan, the film also raises alarm bells on a true global nature of health worker shortages that are experienced in developed countries, such as the UK as well. (...) Watch "Doctors and Nurses" on the Alliance YouTube dedicated channel Watch "Doctor & Nurses", BBC Kill or Cure series Short version (7 minutes) Full version (22 minutes) You are here: Global Health Workforce Alliance Media centre News releases 2010 Quick Links Sitemap Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Forums Resources About the Alliance Join us Alliance Q&A Feedback Privacy Visit WHO web site © WHO 2022
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Score: 1191361.3 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...media/news/2010/rockhopper/en/
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C. 161 North Clark Street, Suite 3100 Chicago, IL 60601, USA   This Bench of the Appeals Chamber ("the Bench") of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia ("International Tribunal"); NOTING the Defendant’s Request for Leave to Appeal Trial Chamber II’s Order of 16 July 1998 ("Request"), filed on 23 July 1998, and subsequent filings by the parties; RECALLING that, on 19 July 1998, the Bench made an Order Accepting Filings; NOTING that the Request seeks leave to appeal Trial Chamber II’s Decision of 16 July 1998, made after the close of the hearing, ordering the re-opening of the proceedings to enable further evidence to be given by either party; NOTING that leave to appeal is being sought pursuant to Rule 73 (B) of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the International Tribunal, which provides as follows: Decisions on such motions are without interlocutory appeal save with the leave of a bench of three Judges of the Appeals Chamber which may grant such leave (i) if the decision impugned would cause such prejudice to the case of the party seeking leave as could not be cured by the final disposal of the trial including post-judgement appeal; or (ii) if the issue in the proposed appeal is of general importance to proceedings before the Tribunal or international law generally. CONSIDERING the interlocutory nature of the proposed appeal; FINDING that the Decision to re-open the proceedings cannot cause such prejudice to the case of the Defence as could not be cured by the final disposal of the trial including post-judgement appeal, within the meaning of Rule 73 (B) (i); AND FINDING that the issue in the proposed appeal is not of general importance to proceedings before the International Tribunal or in international law generally, within the meaning of Rule 73 (B) (ii); HEREBY DECIDES, unanimously, to refuse to grant leave to appeal as sought in the Request.  
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Score: 1191361.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/f...rundzija/acdec/en/80824AL3.htm
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Quicktime Windows Media Player (AVI) - Research to reduce Chagas disease and dengue transmission - Preventing malaria and schistosomiasis due to climate change in Cote d’Ivoire - Climate change research to prevent sleeping sickness outbreaks in Tanzania - Preventing dengue in Uruguay - Dengue in Brazil - Dengue research in Colombia - TDR celebrates 40 years of commitments - Chagas disease in Bolivia - Preventing malaria deaths with an artesunate suppository - A video guide to a stepwise surface examination of newborns - Community volunteers treating malaria and pneumonia - TDR - research for a changing world - TDR and China: 30 years of collaboration - Buying time - Congenital syphilis on the way out - Malaria, the Killer of Children - Empowering communities to fight disease - Malaria franchise shops - Natural plant products - Vision for the future - Kill or cure series: Syphilis - Kill or cure series: Dengue - Kill or cure series: Onchocerciasis Research to reduce Chagas disease and dengue transmission September 2016 New community and environmentally-based approaches tested in the state of Yucatan in Mexico are helping to reduce vector-borne disease transmission. (...) But a business model of enterprising franchise of shops is changing the methods, making them easily accessible to communities View a news video [2'49"] Natural plant products October 2007 Kenya is blessed with vast stretches of beautiful land, with thousands of plant species still unknown and unidentified. (...) View a BBC documentary [22'12"] View a news video [2'48"] Vision for the future July 2007 A brief overview of TDR and its new ten year strategy that begins in 2008 View the video Kill or cure series: Syphilis August 2006 This BBC World's Kill or Cure television series programme shows how TDR-sponsored research in Haiti evaluating rapid diagnostic tests for congenital syphilis has helped prevent the disease from being passed on by pregnant women to their babies View the video Kill or cure series: Dengue 2006 View the video Kill or cure series: Onchocerciasis January 2005 View the video Popular training materials Implementation research toolkit Project planning course in multiple languages Good clinical laboratory practice (GCLP) Good laboratory practice (GLP) Quality practice in basic research TDR Gateway now live!
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Score: 1188735.4 - https://www.who.int/tdr/public...deos/completed-productions/en/
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