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August 2020 UN Medical Directors Policy on Organisations’ Provision of Cloth Masks and Other PPE for UN Personnel in the Context of COVID-19 Regarding the provision and use of cloth masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE) for UN personnel in context of COVID-19, the UN Medical Directors (UNMD) provide the following consensus advice: 1. (...) Employing organizations may be able to provide only a limited supply of PPE and cloth masks to staff not identified as requiring it following the workplace risk assessment, and dependents, depending on local customs and subject to logistic and financial constraints. (...) Under no circumstances should PPE and cloth masks be provided outside the framework of the UNMD COVID-19 Risk Mitigation Plan (https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/coronavirus_unmdrmp.pdf).
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Score: 1038391.6 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...skspolicy_2020-08-11_final.pdf
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Furthermore, note that all task-specific requirements and existing SOPs for wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) and taking standard/universal precautions would still apply, and should not be superseded by this guidance. (...) Studies show that an infected/ill person who wears a medical mask1 can prevent the spread of infectious droplets from that infected person to someone else. (...) v=ciUniZGD4tY&feature=youtu.be mailto:dos-dhmosh-public-health@un.org https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html
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Score: 989792.4 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...irus_ppeforwardfacingstaff.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation COVID-19 in An Assessment of the Impact of COVID-19 on the livelihoods of Medium, Small and Micro Enterprises (MSME) engaged in poultry farming, second hand cloth selling, fish selling and horticulture farming in the Banjul, Kanifing and Brikama LGAs. (...) It involves a mixed mode i.e face-to-face interviews and telephone interviews. ➢ The main field work lasted for 6 days. ➢ Computer Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI) was used for the data collection. (...) Embarking on other activities was also another mitigating measure adopted by the traders (15.9%). • The proportion was highest among fish sellers and second-hand clothing sellers with 16.5% and 16.4% respectively.
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Score: 973975.4 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...11/Presentation%20-%20GBoS.pdf
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All the basic principles of personal protection must be applied whether or not additional items of protective equipment are worn. 4.1 Work Clothing In terms of additional protection for the body, work clothing must be considered as the first line of defence. Some thought should therefore be given to the amount and type of clothing worn for pesticide use. In this context work clothing is defined as clothing which can be normally obtained and worn by the operator in his place of domicile. (...) Field evaluation of protective clothing materials in a tropical climate. GIFAP-FAO Working Group on Protective Clothing for Hot Climates. 4.
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Score: 915193.6 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ode/Old_guidelines/PROTECT.pdf
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Therefore, sexual conduct is unwelcome whenever the person subjected to it considers it unwelcome. Whether the person in fact welcomed a request for a date, sex-oriented comment, or joke depends on all the circumstances. (...) SDC IP .73 1992 manual Sexual harassment includes many things... • Actual or attempted rape or sexual assault. • Unwanted pressure for sexual favors. • Unwanted deliberate touching, leaning over, cornering, or pinching. • Unwanted sexual looks or gestures. • Unwanted letters, telephone calls, or materials of a sexual nature. - { PAGE } - • Unwanted pressure for dates. • Unwanted sexual teasing, jokes, remarks, or questions. • Referring to an adult as a girl, hunk, doll, babe, or honey. • Whistling at someone. • Cat calls. • Sexual comments. • Turning work discussions to sexual topics. • Sexual innuendos or stories. • Asking about sexual fantasies, preferences, or history. • Personal questions about social or sexual life. • Sexual comments about a person's clothing, anatomy, or looks. • Kissing sounds, howling, and smacking lips. • Telling lies or spreading rumors about a person's personal sex life. • Neck massage. • Touching an employee's clothing, hair, or body. • Giving personal gifts. • Hanging around a person. • Hugging, kissing, patting, or stroking. • Touching or rubbing oneself sexually around another person. • Standing close or brushing up against a person. • Looking a person up and down (elevator eyes). • Staring at someone. • Sexually suggestive signals. • Facial expressions, winking, throwing kisses, or licking lips. • Making sexual gestures with hands or through body movements. - { PAGE } - {PRIVATE}Examples VERBAL • Referring to an adult as a girl, hunk, doll, babe, or honey • Whistling at someone, cat calls • Making sexual comments about a person's body • Making sexual comments or innuendos • Turning work discussions to sexual topics • Telling sexual jokes or stories • Asking about sexual fantasies, preferences, or history • Asking personal questions about social or sexual life • Making kissing sounds, howling, and smacking lips • Making sexual comments about a person's clothing, anatomy, or looks • Repeatedly asking out a person who is not interested • Telling lies or spreading rumors about a person's personal sex life NON-VERBAL • Looking a person up and down (Elevator eyes) • Staring at someone • Blocking a person's path • Following the person • Giving personal gifts • Displaying sexually suggestive visuals • Making sexual gestures with hands or through body movements • Making facial expressions such as winking, throwing kisses, or licking lips PHYSICAL • Giving a massage around the neck or shoulders - { PAGE } - • Touching the person's clothing, hair, or body • Hugging, kissing, patting, or stroking • Touching or rubbing oneself sexually around another person • Standing close or brushing up against another person {PRIVATE}Terminology SEXISM is an attitude. It is an attitude of a person of one sex that he or she is superior to a person of the other sex.
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Score: 901336.1 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/osagi/pdf/whatissh.pdf
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It seems impossible that the average person can make an impact. Should you just give up? (...) Level 2 Things you can do at home Air dry. Let your hair and clothes dry naturally instead of running a machine. If you do wash your clothes, make sure the load is full. Take short showers.
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Score: 886680.5 - https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/takeaction/
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Beneficiaries of this initiative have been able to build shelter, buy cattle and goats, provide food, clothing and connect water stand pipes for their families. 258 have been deregistered as destitute persons. (...) The team members engaged the Department of Social and Community Development in identifying disadvantaged people to engage for the initiative. In total 258 persons were engaged to collect waste where by each village or settlement had 2 person and those with higher population had 3 persons engaged.   6. (...) This is from where beneficiaries managed to build houses, buy food clothing, livestock and connected water stand pipes in their homes.
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Score: 886680.5 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/5148
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The report, “The Textile and Clothing Sector in Asian Graduating Least Developed Countries: Challenges and Ways Forward,” analyses the situation of countries such as Bangladesh, Lao People’s Democratic Republic and Nepal, where textile and clothing are major industries that will be significantly impacted by graduation. (...) “The exports of textiles and clothing of graduating LDCs have largely been driven by LDC trade preferences. (...) Combined textile and clothing exports from LDCs in Asia account for eight per cent of the global total, which contracted in 2020 due to the pandemic.
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Score: 876045.4 - https://www.un.org/en/node/166855
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The report, “The Textile and Clothing Sector in Asian Graduating Least Developed Countries: Challenges and Ways Forward,” analyses the situation of countries such as Bangladesh, Lao People’s Democratic Republic and Nepal, where textile and clothing are major industries that will be significantly impacted by graduation. (...) “The exports of textiles and clothing of graduating LDCs have largely been driven by LDC trade preferences. (...) Combined textile and clothing exports from LDCs in Asia account for eight per cent of the global total, which contracted in 2020 due to the pandemic.
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Score: 876045.4 - https://www.un.org/en/LDCs-graduation-textile-industry
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FASHION FIXER “Mends, donates and keeps clothing out of landfills” Why do we need the Fashion Fixer? (...) But being stylish does not have to be wasteful! By buying fewer clothes, shopping second-hand, or upcycling, i.e. creating new clothes out of old ones, you can save water and reduce waste. (...) But being stylish does not have to be wasteful! By buying fewer clothes, shopping second-hand, or upcycling, i.e. creating new clothes out of old ones, you can save water and reduce waste.
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Score: 868471.8 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...imate-action-superheroes-info/
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