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Topics Publications HRP research programme About us Staff Contact us Guidelines WHO guideline on syphilis screening and treatment for pregnant women Since the publication of the WHO Guidelines for the management of sexually transmitted infections in 2003, changes in the epidemiology of STIs and advancements in prevention, diagnosis and treatment necessitate changes in STI management. This guideline provides updated recommendations for syphilis screening and treatment for pregnant women based on the most recent evidence and available serologic tests for syphilis. WHO guidelines for the treatment of Treponema pallidum (syphilis) Since the publication of the WHO Guidelines for the management of sexually transmitted infections in 2003, changes in the epidemiology of STIs and advancements in prevention, diagnosis and treatment necessitate changes in STI management. These guidelines provide updated treatment recommendations for treatment of Treponema pallidum (syphilis) based on the most recent evidence.
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Score: 850870.3 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...l-syphilis/clinical-guides/en/
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It was also catalytic, laying the framework for cooperation that was further necessitated by the explosion at the Port of Beirut on August 4, 2020. (...) Through projects such as the Support to Housing, Land and Property Rights of Internally Displaced Persons in Nineveh, over 3,000 property and occupancy claims have been recognized. Providing documentation that recognizes the housing, land and property rights of minorities in Iraq is an important step to rebuild lives, because repeated and sustained violence has forced many people, including minorities, to abandon their homes for a second and third time.
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Score: 847149.2 - https://www.unv.org/node/19239/pdf
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Implementation and development of a regulatory environment consistent with the objectives of the energy policy – by providing framework for market competition and taking into account the aspects of security of supply, technical safety, environment and nature protection, as well as occupational health – shall be ensured in accordance with the law of the European Union. 10. (...) The Parliament in consideration of items 1-11. invites the Hungarian Government to a) ensure the joint effectiveness of security of supply, competitiveness and sustainability as long-term primary objectives when implementing the energy policy by taking into account long term aspects as well, in order to meet the energy needs of the economy and the public at all times in a reliable, environmental-friendly and economic manner; b) endeavour – by taking into account the aspects of preservation of the security of gas and electricity supply, completion of the market opening, and sustainable development – that the legislative framework will improve the efficiency and the resulting benefits will reach the consumers; c) elaborate a comprehensive, national energy efficiency strategy and national energy efficiency action plan and ensure their appropriate implementation; d) facilitate the achievement and maintenance of a balanced energy resource structure with the instruments at its disposal; e) follow the set of rules that apply to the promotion of high-efficiency cogeneration, as well as the legal framework related to the utilisation of renewable energy sources and energy from waste; f) start the preparatory works of the decision-making process regarding new nuclear capacities; and following a professional, environmental and social foundation, to present its proposal on the necessity of the investment, its conditions, the type of the power plant and its implementation as early as sufficient to the Parliament; g) ensure the appropriate execution and implementation of the programs regarding the final disposal of nuclear waste, and provide the necessary conditions for that purpose; h) facilitate the utilisation of domestic inert gas assets to the highest possible extent with regulatory instruments in order to moderate the growth rate of the gas import dependency and to increase the central budgetary revenues; i) initiate the early creation of regional energy markets with regard to import diversification, competition and security of supply especially in view of strengthening the regional distributor and transit role of Hungary, and facilitate the implementation of cross- border electricity- and gas grid infrastructure development – in particular the Nabucco, South Stream, and gas pipelines connected to LNG terminals –, as well as new gas storage facilities; j) initiate the review of electricity system regulation capabilities and the preparation of decisions necessary to the permanent maintenance of the regulation in accordance with international requirements; k) create and continuously maintain the organizational, institutional, organisational, financial and legal conditions and instruments that allow pursuing high-level national research, development and education; l) elaborate the strategy for increasing the utilisation of renewable energy sources in accordance with the natural and economic conditions present in Hungary, the load-bearing capacity of the public, the principles of lowest possible cost and environmental sustainability and the objectives of the European Union which also contributes to the achievement of the goals of reduction of domestic greenhouse gas emission; m) investigate the experiences of execution of price regulation and legal provisions related to district heat generation, as well as the support of the recipient of district heat services and if necessary, revise the regulatory system in order to ensure the competitiveness of the economic district heating services; n) ensure the incorporation of energy education material into the Basic National Curriculum at both elementary and high school levels; o) facilitate the understanding of specific energy consumption data of buildings and parts of buildings in a comparative manner in order to promote the energy-intelligent approach; p) continuously monitor the social support system related to energy consumption and efficiently ensure the consistency of the energy and social policies with targeted social policy measures; q) ensure the elaboration of a national concept aiming the development of the transport infrastructure in accordance with sustainable development; r) ensure the appropriate coordination of tenders and resources facilitating the efficient achievement of the energy policy objectives; s) devote particular attention during maintenance and development of international relations of Hungary with the European Union, its Member States, other countries and international organisations to the impacts on achievement of the energy policy objectives; t) prepare reports on the implementation of the energy policy at least every two years to the competent committee of the Parliament, and if changes occurring in the conditionality of the energy policy necessitate, combined with the presentation of the report make a proposal for the review of the energy policy concept. 13.
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Score: 847149.2 - https://unece.org/DAM/env/pp/c...tt1_parliamentary_decision.pdf
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In response to this, SafeWork has delivered major outputs in its core programme areas that include occupational and environmental health, occupational safety, workers’ health promotion and well-being at work, inspection systems, and OSH information services. Achievements in promoting occupational safety and health include: – the adoption in 2001 of Convention No. 184 and Recommendation No. 192 on safety and health in agriculture; – the Protocol of 2002 to Convention No. 155 on occupational health and safety, concerning the recording and notification of occupational accidents and diseases; – the Recommendation concerning the list of occupational diseases and the recording and notification of occupational accidents and diseases; – developing and promoting some 15 codes of practice and guidelines since 1990, including those for OSH-management systems, ambient factors, insulation wools and occupational radiation protection. 1 GB.285/PFA/10. (...) One result is that occupational safety and health standards have received limited ratification to date, with an average of just over 33 ratifications of each of 20 key occupational safety and health Conventions. 15.
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Score: 846375.2 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...m/gb/docs/gb285/pdf/pfa-12.pdf
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In response to this, SafeWork has delivered major outputs in its core programme areas that include occupational and environmental health, occupational safety, workers’ health promotion and well-being at work, inspection systems, and OSH information services. Achievements in promoting occupational safety and health include: – the adoption in 2001 of Convention No. 184 and Recommendation No. 192 on safety and health in agriculture; – the Protocol of 2002 to Convention No. 155 on occupational health and safety, concerning the recording and notification of occupational accidents and diseases; – the Recommendation concerning the list of occupational diseases and the recording and notification of occupational accidents and diseases; – developing and promoting some 15 codes of practice and guidelines since 1990, including those for OSH-management systems, ambient factors, insulation wools and occupational radiation protection. 1 GB.285/PFA/10. (...) One result is that occupational safety and health standards have received limited ratification to date, with an average of just over 33 ratifications of each of 20 key occupational safety and health Conventions. 15.
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Score: 846375.2 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...m/gb/docs/gb285/pdf/pfa-12.pdf
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LETTER DATED 10 MARCH 2022 FROM THE CHARGÉ D’AFFAIRES A.I. OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF TURKEY TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
This large-scale violence and the ensuing gross human rights violations necessitated that the Security Council deploy the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus in 1964 in order to stop the bloodshed and atrocities perpetrated against the Turkish Cypriot people. The Greek Cypriot representatives have long been disinforming the international community by portraying the Cyprus problem as one of “invasion” and “occupation” by Turkey. In fact, none of the Security Council resolutions on Cyprus describe the legitimate and justified Turkish intervention on the island, carried out in accordance with the Treaty of Guarantee, as an “invasion” or its subsequent presence on the island as an “occupation”. In fact, the only occupation in the island is the forcible usurpation of the seat of the Government of the 1960 Republic partnership by the Greek Cypriot side.
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Score: 845036.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/76/750&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 68/05/26 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF ISRAEL TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
It was displayed in all its cruelty during the nineteen years of Egyptian occupation of the Gaza Strip. There, nearly 350,OCO Palestinian Arabs remained under United Arab Republic rule, their political, civil and human rights restricted and violated. (...) It is not unexpected that Egypt, persisting in her war'against Israel would prefer that the situation in territbries under Israel control should in no way be better than the conditions during Egyptian occupation. Egypt would rather see these territories remain neglected and stagnant, hotbeds of chaos and terror, It is, however, the firm intention of the Israel authorities, responsible under international law for the safety, welfare and security of these areas and their inhabitants, to do everything possible to ensure normal life and development and prevent violations of law and order. When despite such efforts violations of law /... . . , -3” or breaches of peace do occur, the United Arab Republic Government constantly inciting and frequently organizing them, is hardly entitled to come forward in plaint about measures necessitated by such occurrences. The fOlkwing is a comment from "The Daily Telegraph", London, of' 30 April 1968: "Israel'6 occupation of conquered territories has in general been the most humane and generous in modern history, even more so than the American occupation of Japan after World War II.
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Score: 844141.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce....nsf/get?open&DS=S/8596&Lang=E
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TRUSTEESHIP COUNCIL, OFFICIAL RECORDS, 43RD MEETING, HELD AT LAKE SUCCESS, NEW YORK ON MONDAY, 3 MAY 1948
Simeon in Jerusalem, necessitating the with- drawal of the priests and causing fears that the sanctity of other Christian shrines might not be respected. (...) No reply was received, and it was believed that the Patriarch had been unable to oppose the occupation of the monastery. In these conditions .the occupation of the monastery area by the Jewish forces became an imperative necessity from the military point of view. (...) Cette requete resta sans reponse et il £aut croire que le patriarche n'avait pas pu s'opposer a !'occupation du monastere. Dans ces conditions !'action entreprise par les forces juives pour occuper la region du monas- tere s'imposait militairement.
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Score: 843652.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=T/2S/SR.43&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The strengthening of international security "ould therefore necessitate that the Security Council assert its primary responsibility as the executive organ vested with the power to use the collective security system devised by the Charter. (...) iiddle East it is to be pointed out that Egypt has in conformity with Security Council resolution 242 (1967) of 22 November 1967, called for the withdrm.ral of the Israeli forces frorr~ all the territories occuped by armed force. It has~ from the outset~ accepted the peaceful settlement as prescribed in Security Council resolution 242 (1967). (...) VJith respect to the exercise of right to self-determination, the strengthening of international security necessitates that the United Nations role should not be confined to admi ttinc ne·vr nations to membersi1ip as independent countries, but it should also ensure respect f'or their territorial integrity and political independence. 4.
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Score: 842771.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=A/8431/ADD.3&Lang=E
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Applying a gender perspective would necessitate that all health statistics be engendered and a comprehensive women’s health profile be made. (...) Environment Trends in incidence of disease attributed to air, soil and water pollution and occupation; access to health services/child care at workplace in rural and urban areas. (...) This should include girls and elderly women. - doing research on the non reproductive health needs, such as the impact on women’s health of diet, drugs, pesticides, solvents, occupational strain, chronic stress, and social violence.
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Score: 841858.7 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/nursing.htm
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