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WHO | A world where all people breathe freely The Global Alliance Against Chronic Respiratory Diseases Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu GARD About Collaborating parties Countries Publications Meetings, news and events Links A world where all people breathe freely WHO/Julio Vizcarra WHO estimates that in 2005 some four million people died of chronic respiratory diseases with exposure to biomass fuels as the biggest risk factor in low- and middle-income countries. Hundreds of millions of people suffer worldwide from a chronic respiratory disease. 235 million people have asthma, 64 million people have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) while millions of others suffer from other often-undiagnosed chronic respiratory diseases.
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Score: 847849.8 - https://www.who.int/gard/GARD_sign_up/en/
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As the representative of blind children, I raise awareness in my community about the challenges that blind people face. I also provide psychosocial support to blind children, as they suffer discrimination in the community. (...) For example, I like reading and I'm also a storywriter, so I can express my concerns and suffering in the stories that I'm writing – it helps alleviate my own suffering. (...) No-one can talk about the feelings and the exact suffering and pain of the other. As the saying goes, "no one can express how hot the fire is except the people who touch the fire."
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Score: 847699.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/stori...-voice-do-not-underestimate-me
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LNOB End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture are converging to undermine food security worldwide Conflict, COVID-19, climate change and growing inequalities About 1 in 10 people worldwide are suffering from hunger Nearly 1 in 3 people lack regular access to adequate food (2020) To reduce stunting iN children by 50% by 2030, annual rate of decline 47% of countries in 2020 (up from 16% in 2019) SUFFER from stunting (2020) 149.2 million children UNDER AGE 5 (from 2.1 to 3.9% per year) must double Ukraine and the Russian Federation supply global exports: Ukraine crisis triggered food shortages for the world's poorest people 80% of Sunflower seeD Products 20% of Maize 30% of Wheat SoarinG food prices affected THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS REPORT 2022: UNSTATS.UN.ORG/SDGS/REPORT/2022/
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Score: 847285.5 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...2022/07/Goal-2-infographic.pdf
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Sanctions ‘killing people’ “Sanctions that were imposed in the name of delivering human rights are in fact killing people and depriving them of fundamental rights, including the rights to health, to food and to life itself”, they said. Sanctions are bringing suffering and death in countries like Cuba🇨🇺 Iran🇮🇷 Sudan🇸🇩 Syria🇸🇾 Venezuela🇻🇪 & Yemen🇾🇪 People cannot protect themselves against #COVID19 or get medicine because #humanitarian exemptions to #sanctions are not working – UN experts: https://t.co/BGhBaVf7Pc pic.twitter.com/nRsKXMIZKQ — UN Special Procedures (@UN_SPExperts) August 7, 2020 Water, soap, and electricity needed by hospitals, fuel for delivering vital goods, and food, are all in short supply because of the sanctions. (...) Sudan: Coronavirus could be tipping point for ‘untold suffering’, Bachelet urges sanctions relief 28 April 2020 Human Rights In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government and people of Sudan could experience “untold suffering” unless donors act fast to shore up a country still in transition, the top UN human rights official warned on Tuesday.
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Score: 846793.2 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/08/1069732
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“The arc of misery that exists between Northern Rakhine state and Cox's Bazar is deeply upsetting – too many people suffering desperately with too little support,” he said, adding that just two days ago, some 1,500 more Rohingya refugees waded through a river as monsoon rains drenched the country. The Bangladesh Government has confirmed that it will move an estimated 15,000 people currently stranded in a so-called “no man's land” near the Anjuman Para border crossing point in Cox's Bazar's Ukhia District, into more appropriate settlement areas. (...) Since late August, IOM has scaled up quickly, providing: shelter to 379,000 people; health consultations to 47,000 individuals; over 11,000 dignity kits; 678,000 litres of water; and 200 staff to assist the Health Ministry in vaccinating 679,000 people against cholera.
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Score: 846729.9 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2...s-fleeing-myanmar-or-thousands
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Share × Close Malnutrition in the crosshairs One in three people suffers some form of malnutrition – Enormous economic burden – International meeting searches for ways to improve diets and food systems A farming family in Kyrgyzstan takes a break from the day's work to share a meal. (...) Complex, overlapping nutrition challenges Today nearly 800 million people suffer from chronic hunger, meaning they regularly are unable to consume the minimum level of food energy needed to maintain an active lifestyle. (...) And the nutrition challenges of today are complex and often overlapping — people in the very same communities can suffer from hunger, micronutrient deficiencies, and obesity alongside one another.
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Score: 846544.9 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...nutrition-in-the-crosshairs/en
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Last week in Gaza, the Mission had held two days of hearings during which they listened to stories of intense pain, loss and suffering from the people of Gaza. Yesterday and today in Geneva, they heard from victims and witnesses from Israel and the West Bank, who have also shared deeply moving stories. (...) Asked what he thought had been learned by listening to what people had come forward to say, Justice Goldstone said that in his experience, from being on this mission and in also on previous missions to the Balkans, Rwanda and of course drawing from the experience of his own country, South Africa, that one does not understand the effect of the situation on people, the suffering of people, unless one gets on the ground to speak to people and listen to people. In terms of the Mission’s being on the ground in Gaza, it did assist not only in being able to listen to what people have suffered, have endured, but also to see the extent of the physical damage.
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Score: 846292.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...9/SummaryOfPressConference.doc
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Urgent action is needed to find, test and treat the missing millions suffering viral hepatitis Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific Countries Countries in the WHO South-East Asia Region: Bangladesh Bhutan Democratic People’s Republic of Korea India Indonesia Maldives Myanmar Nepal Sri Lanka Thailand Timor-Leste When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) It also allows viral hepatitis to spread: Region-wide, an estimated 40 million people live with chronic hepatitis B while an estimated 10 million live with chronic hepatitis C. (...) That includes ensuring at least 50% of infected people know their status and at least 75% of those diagnosed with the disease are provided treatment by 2020.
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Score: 846286.7 - https://www.who.int/southeasta...ions-suffering-viral-hepatitis
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A new report released by UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and the Mixed Migration Centre (MMC) at the Danish Refugee Council, titled ‘On this journey, no one cares if you live or die’ , details how most people taking these routes suffer or witness unspeakable brutality and inhumanity at the hands of smugglers, traffickers, militias and in some cases even State officials. (...) There has also been a reduction in the number of people being held in official detention centres in Libya. (...) Overall, greater efforts are needed to strengthen the protection of people travelling these routes and to provide credible, legal alternatives to these dangerous and desperate journeys.
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Score: 846042.4 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...africa%E2%80%99s-mediterranean
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The number of HIV / AIDS sufferer founded in Kardinah Hospital Tegal has increased significantly by 56.5% at the last 3 years (from 69 people in year 2012 to 108 people in 2014). Pregnant women who are HIV sufferer also increased significantly by 75% (from 4 people in 2013, to 7 people in 2014). (...) The visitors tripled from 500 women in 2012 become 1.594 people in 2013. 2. The handled number of HIV sufferer pregnant women cases in RSUD Kardinah were increasing about 25% at last three years, which is the number of pregnant women increased twice.
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Score: 805119.04 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/5023
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