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“Yet we know what works to prevent violence in our homes, schools and workplaces and on our streets and playgrounds. (...) "This report takes stock of the measures countries are taking to prevent and respond to interpersonal violence, but the report also reveals gaps in global violence prevention which must be filled, such as the quality and reach of prevention programmes, the access to services for victims, particularly for women and girls who are disproportionately affected by violence, and the enforcement of existing laws." (...) The "Global status report on violence prevention 2014" calls for a scaling up of violence prevention programmes in all countries; stronger legislation and enforcement of laws relevant for violence prevention; strengthened justice and security institutions to uphold the rule of law; and enhanced services for victims of violence.
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Score: 424226.95 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...ce-prevention-efforts-globally
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4 essentiAl inteRventions, CoMModities And Guidelines foR RepRoduCtive, MAteRnAl, newboRn And Child heAlth ContinuuM of CARe AdolesCenCe & pRe-pReGnAnCy pReGnAnCy (AntenAtAl) ChildbiRth postnAtAl (MotheR) postnAtAl (newboRn) infAnCy & Childhood All levels: CoMMunity pRiMARy RefeRRAl Family planning (advice, hormonal and barrier methods) Prevent and manage sexually transmitted infections, HIV Folic acid fortification/ supplementation to prevent neural tube defects Iron and folic acid supplementation Tetanus vaccination Prevention and management of malaria with insecticide treated nets and antimalarial medicines Prevention and management of sexually transmitted infections and HIV, including with antiretroviral medicines Calcium supplementation to prevent hypertension (high blood pressure) Interventions for cessation of smoking Prophylactic uterotonics to prevent postpartum haemorrhage (excessive bleeding after birth) Manage postpartum haemorrhage using uterine massage and uterotonics Social support during childbirth Family planning advice and contraceptives Nutrition counselling Immediate thermal care (to keep the baby warm) Initiation of early breastfeeding (within the first hour) Hygienic cord and skin care Exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months Continued breastfeeding and complementary feeding from 6 months Prevention and case management of childhood malaria Vitamin A supplementation from 6 months of age Routine immunization plus H.influenzae, meningococcal, pneumococcal and rotavirus vaccines Management of severe acute malnutrition Case management of childhood pneumonia Case management of diarrhoea pRiMARy And RefeRRAl Family planning (hormonal, barrier and selected surgical methods) Screening for and treatment of syphilis Low dose aspirin to prevent pre-eclampsia Antihypertensive drugs (to treat high blood pressure) Magnesium sulphate for eclampsia Antibiotics for preterm prelabour rupture of membranes Corticosteroids to prevent respiratory distress syndrome in preterm babies Safe abortion Post abortion care Active management of third stage of labour (to deliver the placenta) to prevent postpartum haemorrhage (as above plus controlled cord traction) Management of postpartum haemorrhage (as above plus manual removal of placenta) Screen and manage HIV (if not already tested) Screen for and initiate or continue antiretroviral therapy for HIV Treat maternal anaemia Neonatal resuscitation with bag and mask (by professional health workers for babies who do not breathe at birth) Kangaroo mother care for preterm (premature) and for less than 2000g babies Extra support for feeding small and preterm babies Management of newborns with jaundice (“yellow” newborns) Initiate prophylactic antiretroviral therapy for babies exposed to HIV Comprehensive care of children infected with, or exposed to, HIV RefeRRAl* Family planning (surgical methods) Reduce malpresentation at term with External Cephalic Version Induction of labour to manage prelabour rupture of membranes at term (initiate labour) Caesarean section for maternal/foetal indication (to save the life of the mother/baby) Prophylactic antibiotic for caesarean section Induction of labour for prolonged pregnancy (initiate labour) Management of postpartum haemorrhage (as above plus surgical procedures) Detect and manage postpartum sepsis (serious infections after birth) Presumptive antibiotic therapy for newborns at risk of bacterial infection Use of surfactant (respiratory medication) to prevent respiratory distress syndrome in preterm babies Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) to manage babies with respiratory distress syndrome Case management of neonatal sepsis, meningitis and pneumonia Case management of meningitis CoMMunity stRAteGies Home visits for women and children across the continuum of care Women’s groups * Family planning interventions at Referral level include those provided at the Primary level essentiAl, evidenCe-bAsed inteRventions to ReduCe RepRoduCtive, MAteRnAl, one-pAGe suMMARy of essentiAl inteRventions 5A GlobAl Review of the key inteRventions RelAted to RMnCh ContinuuM of CARe AdolesCenCe & pRe-pReGnAnCy pReGnAnCy (AntenAtAl) ChildbiRth postnAtAl (MotheR) postnAtAl (newboRn) infAnCy & Childhood All levels: CoMMunity pRiMARy RefeRRAl Family planning (advice, hormonal and barrier methods) Prevent and manage sexually transmitted infections, HIV Folic acid fortification/ supplementation to prevent neural tube defects Iron and folic acid supplementation Tetanus vaccination Prevention and management of malaria with insecticide treated nets and antimalarial medicines Prevention and management of sexually transmitted infections and HIV, including with antiretroviral medicines Calcium supplementation to prevent hypertension (high blood pressure) Interventions for cessation of smoking Prophylactic uterotonics to prevent postpartum haemorrhage (excessive bleeding after birth) Manage postpartum haemorrhage using uterine massage and uterotonics Social support during childbirth Family planning advice and contraceptives Nutrition counselling Immediate thermal care (to keep the baby warm) Initiation of early breastfeeding (within the first hour) Hygienic cord and skin care Exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months Continued breastfeeding and complementary feeding from 6 months Prevention and case management of childhood malaria Vitamin A supplementation from 6 months of age Routine immunization plus H.influenzae, meningococcal, pneumococcal and rotavirus vaccines Management of severe acute malnutrition Case management of childhood pneumonia Case management of diarrhoea pRiMARy And RefeRRAl Family planning (hormonal, barrier and selected surgical methods) Screening for and treatment of syphilis Low dose aspirin to prevent pre-eclampsia Antihypertensive drugs (to treat high blood pressure) Magnesium sulphate for eclampsia Antibiotics for preterm prelabour rupture of membranes Corticosteroids to prevent respiratory distress syndrome in preterm babies Safe abortion Post abortion care Active management of third stage of labour (to deliver the placenta) to prevent postpartum haemorrhage (as above plus controlled cord traction) Management of postpartum haemorrhage (as above plus manual removal of placenta) Screen and manage HIV (if not already tested) Screen for and initiate or continue antiretroviral therapy for HIV Treat maternal anaemia Neonatal resuscitation with bag and mask (by professional health workers for babies who do not breathe at birth) Kangaroo mother care for preterm (premature) and for less than 2000g babies Extra support for feeding small and preterm babies Management of newborns with jaundice (“yellow” newborns) Initiate prophylactic antiretroviral therapy for babies exposed to HIV Comprehensive care of children infected with, or exposed to, HIV RefeRRAl* Family planning (surgical methods) Reduce malpresentation at term with External Cephalic Version Induction of labour to manage prelabour rupture of membranes at term (initiate labour) Caesarean section for maternal/foetal indication (to save the life of the mother/baby) Prophylactic antibiotic for caesarean section Induction of labour for prolonged pregnancy (initiate labour) Management of postpartum haemorrhage (as above plus surgical procedures) Detect and manage postpartum sepsis (serious infections after birth) Presumptive antibiotic therapy for newborns at risk of bacterial infection Use of surfactant (respiratory medication) to prevent respiratory distress syndrome in preterm babies Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) to manage babies with respiratory distress syndrome Case management of neonatal sepsis, meningitis and pneumonia Case management of meningitis CoMMunity stRAteGies Home visits for women and children across the continuum of care Women’s groups * Family planning interventions at Referral level include those provided at the Primary level newboRn And Child MoRtAlity, And pRoMote RepRoduCtive 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Score: 424221.5 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...ns_14_12_2011_summarytable.pdf
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JAN ELIASSON AT THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY PLENARY MEETING ON THE REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE PREVENTION OF ARMED CONFLICTS (A/60/891) UNITED NATIONS HEADQUARTERS NEW YORK 7 SEPTEMBER 2006 1 Excellencies, Prevention of armed conflicts is a moral imperative. (...) With this background I am particularly pleased to receive the progress report of the Secretary-General on the prevention of armed conflict. His personal commitment to early action and preventive diplomacy has been pivotal in integrating a culture of prevention into all activities of the Organization. (...) To promote democracy, respect for human rights, protection of refugees, and sustainable development worldwide must be part of a comprehensive preventive strategy. We need to work both with the more short-term measures described as operational prevention and the long-term, so-called structural prevention addressing sources of tension and root causes of conflict.
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Score: 424221.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/presi...ts/20060907-armedconflicts.pdf
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Jan Kavan, President of the 57th Session of the General Assembly, at the Meeting on the Role of Civil Society in Conflict Prevention Ladies and Gentlemen, I am pleased to welcome you all here today to discuss the role of civil society in conflict prevention. The General Assembly, by adopting the resolution on the prevention of armed conflict recognized the important supporting role of civil society in the prevention of armed conflict and invited civil society to continue to support efforts for the prevention of armed conflict and to pursue practices that foster a climate of peace, help prevent or mitigate crisis situations and contribute to reconciliation. (...) Among them are the following: - What are the results and experience of civil society in conflict prevention so far? - Should civil society modify its activities in conflict prevention and how?
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Score: 424212.84 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/presi...ents/20030904-civilsociety.pdf
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Dialogue launched for establishment of Network of Religious leaders to Prevent Violent Extremism in Iraq | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Iraq Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English العربية Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Back Select Language العربية Home Iraq Dialogue launched for establishment of Network of Religious leaders to Prevent Violent Extremism in Iraq Dialogue launched for establishment of Network of Religious leaders to Prevent Violent Extremism in Iraq March 20, 2022 Baghdad, Iraq, 20 March 2022 – On 19 March, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Iraq and the National Committee on the Implementation of the Strategy to Prevent Violent Extremism at the National Security Advisory launched the first dialogue session on the establishment of the Network of Religious Leaders to Prevent Violent Extremism in Iraq. (...) A key focus of the Network of Religious Leaders will be to promote moderate religious discourse and increase awareness and support to community initiatives on the Prevention of Violent Extremism in Iraq. This dialogue session contributes to UNDP’s integrated approach to Preventing Violent Extremism and supporting social cohesion in Iraq, including support to the National Committee, through capacity development for sub-committees located in various governorates on implementing the strategy to Prevent Violent Extremism in Iraq, as well as the establishment of interfaith religious leader networks across Iraqi governorates on Preventing Violent Extremism. (...) “Today’s initiative was a first step in establishing the network to support the strategy on Preventing Violent Extremism in Iraq. We agreed on mobilizing our communities to prevent violent extremism,” states Dr.
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Score: 424212.84 - https://www.undp.org/iraq/pres...prevent-violent-extremism-iraq
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Infection Prevention and Control Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) IPC Framework & Toolkit Infection Prevention and Control in Outbreak Preparedness, Readiness and Response at the National Level  This framework and toolkit  target the prevention and control of communicable diseases with community outbreak potential, which may be amplified in the health care setting.  (...) Download Read More Highlights 7 March 2022 Infection prevention and control in the context of coronavirus disease (COVID-19): A living guideline This second edition of the Infection prevention and control in the context of coronavirus disease (COVID-19): A living guideline  provides...
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Score: 424025.73 - https://www.who.int/teams/heal...fection-prevention-and-control
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PowerPoint Presentation PROMOTING CHOICE • SECURING STANDARDS • PREVENTING HARM 1 Digital Audio Broadcasting in the UK ITU Conference 28 June 2021 Jean Downey (Head of Digital and Creative Services) and Verity Pillinger-Cork (Digital Manager) PROMOTING CHOICE • SECURING STANDARDS • PREVENTING HARM 2 Agenda 1. (...) PROMOTING CHOICE • SECURING STANDARDS • PREVENTING HARM 5 UK statistics • Four nations: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales • Population: 66.8 million (January 2021, UK Office of National Statistics) • Land area: approximately 250,000 km2 (95,000 sq. miles) • Position: between 50°N to 61°N and 2°E to 8°W PROMOTING CHOICE • SECURING STANDARDS • PREVENTING HARM 6 2. (...) DAB coverage in the UK PROMOTING CHOICE • SECURING STANDARDS • PREVENTING HARM 18 DAB coverage Transmitters 417 231 73 c. 450 • There are 3 UK-wide DAB multiplexes and 55 local multiplexes PROMOTING CHOICE • SECURING STANDARDS • PREVENTING HARM 19 Digital and analogue radio stations Digital (DAB) Analogue Figures correct as of March 2020 PROMOTING CHOICE • SECURING STANDARDS • PREVENTING HARM 20 6.
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Score: 424021.44 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/t...ference%2028%20June%202021.pdf
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Contact us Get Involved Get Involved Human rights, prevention of conflict or crisis and building resilience OHCHR and prevention Share Navigation Blocks OHCHR and prevention Overview About prevention and human rights About early warning and human rights International standards Resolutions Issues in focus Sustaining peace Prevention of human rights violations Prevention of conflict or crisis and building resilience Select Select Navigation Blocks OHCHR and prevention Overview About prevention and human rights About early warning and human rights International standards Resolutions Issues in focus Sustaining peace Prevention of human rights violations Prevention of conflict or crisis and building resilience Perhaps the best prevention tool we have is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights – and the treaties derived from it. (...) As such, action to protect and promote human rights has inherent preventive power, while rights-based approaches to peace and security bring this power to efforts for prevention and sustainable peace. (...) The Brief contained a strong prevention message which can be applied to other crises.
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Score: 423959.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/preve...crisis-and-building-resilience
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Individual issue view | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations English UN Chronicle Toggle navigation Home About us Search Chronicle Conversations Archives » Article archives Issue archives Contact Coronavirus (COVID-19) Prevention No. 3 Vol. LIV 2017 This issue focuses on the importance of fostering and maintaining a commitment to a culture of prevention. (...) To focus solely on poverty reduction as a means of conflict prevention is somewhat reductive. Kapinga Yvette Ngandu The Panel of the Wise:Its Role in Preventing Violent Conflicts in Africa The Panel of the Wise's role in preventing the outbreak of violent conflicts in Africa was meant to provide information and analysis on the experiences, to date, of an important pillar of APSA. (...) António Guterres Meeting the Prevention Challenge Preventing human suffering and ensuring progress on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are primarily the responsibility of Member States.
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Score: 423957.7 - https://www.un.org/en/issue/383
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Decision 2021253.docx Decision 2021/253 Report of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice on its thirtieth session and provisional agenda of its thirty-first session At its 13th plenary meeting, on 22 July 2021, the Economic and Social Council: (a) Took note of the report of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice on its thirtieth session;1 (b) Reaffirmed Commission decision 21/1 of 27 April 2012;2 (c) Approved the provisional agenda of the thirty-first session of the Commission as set out below: PROVISIONAL AGENDA OF THE THIRTY-FIRST SESSION OF THE COMMISSION ON CRIME PREVENTION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE 1. (...) Use and application of United Nations standards and norms in crime prevention and criminal justice. 8. World crime trends and emerging issues and responses in the field of crime prevention and criminal justice. 9. Follow-up to the Fourteenth United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice and preparations for the Fifteenth United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. 10.
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Score: 409012.6 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...ents/2021/decision-2021253.pdf
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