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PowerPoint Presentation Shujaia, 28 August 2014 (annotated) UNOSAT analysis reviewed the status of individual structures in the Shujaia neighborhood by comparing images collected on 6 July and 28 August 2014. (...) Note that satellite imagery will only detect damage which is relatively catastrophic and affects the structural integrity of the building; damage such as bullet holes and shattered windows will not be detected.
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Score: 1626727.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...Council/CoIGaza/GazaCity-2.pdf
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Josué Mulala (translated from French by Dorsaf James) UNICEF DRC Mulala Available in: Français English 25 January 2021 Every morning, Victorine visits her Kisangani neighborhood in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to educate families on water management, good hygiene and sanitation practices, and many other essential family practices including appropriate infant and young children feeding. Equipped with her measuring stick and her MUAC tape, Victorine closely follows the growth of the children in her neighborhood. “Red indicates malnutrition, green shows that the child is healthy, and yellow warns of a malnutrition tendency”, explains Victorine. (...) “Exclusive breast-feeding is very important for the growth of the child”, reiterates Victorine to mothers in her neighborhood. In addition to breast-feeding, Victorine promotes complementary feeding from the age of six months by encouraging pregnant women and mothers to regularly attend culinary demonstrations organized by Alphonsine.
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Score: 1527869.5 - https://www.unicef.org/drcongo...ty-approach-fight-malnutrition
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Josué Mulala (translated from French by Dorsaf James) UNICEF DRC/Mulala 25 January 2021 Every morning, Victorine visits her Kisangani neighborhood in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to educate families on water management, good hygiene and sanitation practices, and many other essential family practices including appropriate infant and young children feeding. Equipped with her measuring stick and her MUAC tape, Victorine closely follows the growth of the children in her neighborhood. “Red indicates malnutrition, green shows that the child is healthy, and yellow warns of a malnutrition tendency”, explains Victorine. (...) “Exclusive breast-feeding is very important for the growth of the child”, reiterates Victorine to mothers in her neighborhood. In addition to breast-feeding, Victorine promotes complementary feeding from the age of six months by encouraging pregnant women and mothers to regularly attend culinary demonstrations organized by Alphonsine.
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Score: 1527869.5 - https://www.unicef.org/wca/sto...ty-approach-fight-malnutrition
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More specifically, prediction direction detection is performed at the decoder-side, in the reconstructed neighborhood of the current block to get the a priori prediction direction. (...) An illustration of the construction of the new modes (a) computation of the neighbors' suggested direction Algorithm Description The proposed method has been designed to take advantage of the available edge information in the reconstructed neighborhood of the block to be coded. To encode an image block, the well-know Sobel operators 101 202 101 x G - éù êú =- êú êú - ëû , 121 000 121 y G --- éù êú = êú êú - ëû are first applied to its (available) neighboring pixels (as illustrated in Figure 1) to obtain the image gradient vectors. (...) The algorithm is described as follows: 1) for each pixel, draw a straight line along the prediction direction; 2) in a pre-defined neighborhood, find the reconstructed pixels that are close to the line; and 3) compute the prediction of the pixel by using an interpolation of the selected neighbors.
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Score: 1520587.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...04_A_Dresden/JCTVC-A030_r1.doc
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It was my mum who was next to me all the time,” remembers Jacoub, another victim in the same neighborhood as Hazirou, in the Andoumé district, Maradi, Niger. (...) It was my mum who was next to me all the time,” remembers Jacoub, another victim in the same neighborhood as Hazirou, in the Andoumé district, Maradi, Niger. (...) The mothers in the neighborhood remember the experience: “It was at night when my son had the first diarrhea.
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Score: 1492821.9 - https://www.unicef.org/niger/s...olera-emergency-response-niger
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PREVENTION: SOCIALIZATION AND EARLY DETECTION AND INTERVENTION • Partnership with Catholic Church and Parish. • Partnership with school management and children group. • Partnership with family and neighborhood association. • Partnership with Village and District Government. • Partnership with private sector.
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Score: 1459260.45 - https://violenceagainstchildre...olo_cbcpm_leader_indonesia.pdf
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., 8) – More precision in the prediction direction results in better prediction • However, the bit overhead for signaling directions may be significant • Proposal: – Derive a neighbor's suggested direction using edge detection • Edge in natural images are commonly continuous – Allow the suggested direction to be adjusted by the encoder • Account curved edge EdgeEdge--Based Intra Prediction (EBIP)Based Intra Prediction (EBIP) • Get edge vectors from neighbors together with a confidence measure: – In a neighborhood, perform edge detection for each pixel using for example Sobel operators; – Discard edge vectors that do not cross the block boundary; • Can be easily done with a lookup table. – Discard edge vectors that have small norms. 3 neighbors’ suggested prediction direction *θ discarded edge vectors ia v current block min slopemax slo pe EBIP (continued)EBIP (continued) 4 • Direction adjustment: – Based on the confidence measure s we introduce 2m+1 new modes: – The following signaling is used for the 2m+10 modes 0 to 8 mode 9 to 2m+9 Mo st pro ba ble rest 1 0XXX 1 0 Writing to bit stream * 1 0 * 2 if ( ) otherwise k s s k θ δθ θ δθ ⎧ ⎫+ < ⎨ ⎬ +⎩ ⎭ 0, 1, 2,...k = ± ± 2 1δθ δθ< k Symb 0 1 1 000 -1 001 2 010 -2 011AVC Tr un ca te d un ar y co de s Experiment • Implemented in the KTA 2.6r1 software for 4x4 and 8x8 blocks – although this method can be directly applied to arbitrary block sizes • All frames (entire sequence) are intra- coded • 5 different QPs (23, 27, 31, 35, 39) – Low BD Rate (largest 4 QPs) – High (smallest 4 QPs) Results Sequence/Resolution Low Bitrate % High Bitrate % CIF Foreman (300 frames) -5.85 -5.18 CIF average -5.85 -5.18 Basketball Pass -3.13 -3.27 Blowing Bubbles -2.70 -2.66 Race Horse -3.54 -3.34 Class D BQ Square -3.28 -3.30 Class D average -3.16 -3.14 Basketball Drill -9.38 -9.97 BQ Mall -3.06 -3.18 Party Scene -1.56 -1.54 Class C Race Horse -3.28 -2.87 Class C average -4.32 -4.39 BQ Terrace -5.83 -4.45 Park Scene -0.75 -0.78 Kimono -0.95 -1.26 Basketball Drive -4.86 -4.63 Class B Cactus -4.26 -3.98 Class B average -3.33 -3.02 AVERAGE -3.75 -3.60 Summary • Edge-based intra prediction is proposed – Additional modes are added to AVC intra prediction – The gain is up to -10% – The average gain is -3.75% (low), -3.60% (high) • Propose to study by CE
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Score: 1398612.9 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...10_04_A_Dresden/JCTVC-A030.pdf
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VS 6 Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 11 Small herds (up to 10 animals ) with low biosecurity mainly affected Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 12High risk periods First Second The period between the introduction of an infection into a Country and the first detection of the infection The period between the first animal has been detected as infected and the establishment of measures to prevent virus spreading The length of the 1st HRP depends on the efficacy and efficiency of the surveillance scheme in place Surveillance strategy Outbreak management 7 Lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness workshop Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 13 • LSD is in the neighborhood • No vaccination • Season of vector activity • Susceptible animals are on pasture • Trade patterns • Movement of animals from affected/risk areas • No/low vaccination coverage in neighboring country • Low biosecurity When to expect LSD?
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Score: 1341339.5 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/.../LSD_bp/d1/Alexandrov_risk.pdf
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.  Each radio has the capability to detect and form a directional link with another radio in the range.  Each directional link is one-way; a bi-directional (full duplex) link needs two directional (one-way) links.  Radios communicate status through periodic beacons.  Designation of radio interface  Naming based on positions:  Front: F1, F2,..  Left-side (driver): L1, L2,…  Right-side (passenger): R1, R2,…  Back: B1, B2,… F1B1 L1L2 R1R2 F1B1 L1L2 R1R2 The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 2-3 March 2011 4 o Information sent to all vehicles and vehicles pick-up as desired o Support broadcasting, multicasting, and unicasting • Broadcasting: use directional links to forward messages – e.g., along a direction; all vehicles in the neighborhood can receive the messages; —Dissemination scope is enforced (e.g., stop at maximum hop count) • Multicasting/unicasting: use neighborhood broadcasting to forward messages (all neighbors hear the messages), but only multicast (or unicast) members actually pick up the messages. Neighborhood Broadcasting The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 2-3 March 2011 5 No mesh o Each vehicle passes each packet, once, to each of its immediately- linked neighbors • Each vehicle drops duplicate packets • Dissemination scope is enforced (e.g., stop at maximum hop count) Neighborhood Broadcasting – No Mesh Packet OUT F1B1 L1L2 R1R2 Packet IN Packet OUTPacket OUT Packet OUT Packet OUT The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 2-3 March 2011 6 Network Coding Input and Output • In the exemplary diagram below, packets A and B are received at the vehicle.
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Score: 1334526.6 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/41/T06410000300004PDFE.pdf
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As there are not a lot of health centers with outpatient nutrition units in or around their neighborhood, this strategy allows the mothers to be educated on the importance of a balanced diet for infants and children, what they usually ignore or do not easily accept. (...) By going to every home, it is easier for us to detect sick children, but also to give nutritional advice directly to their parents.” (...) I was also given this bracelet at the health center and I was trained on how to use it to detect malnutrition, which I already know.” UNICEF Chad/2021/Francine Tchouta Achta is now able to detect the nutrition state of the children around her through their arm circumference.
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Score: 1330616.2 - https://www.unicef.org/chad/st...ugh-bottom-community-mechanism
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