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At its 59th session in March 2016, the Commission adopted resolution 59/6, focused on promoting prevention strategies and policies, reiterating the importance of implementing prevention measures to strengthen resilience among youth and children, encouraging the promotion of healthy lifestyles, such as through physical activity, sport and recreation programmes, the development of social skills and other protective factors, the promotion of education and awareness programmes in multiple settings, involving families, teachers, students, health professionals, community leaders and social workers. Enhancing resilience – the use of the Internet for drug prevention While in relation to the world drug problem the use of the Internet might predominately be associated with illicit activities, including drug trafficking, the Commission also promotes the use of the Internet, social media and other platforms, for demand reduction efforts. (...) The use of the internet for prevention purposes is further highlighted in Chapter I of the UNGASS outcome document, with Member States committing to increase the availability, coverage and quality of prevention measures and tools that target relevant age and risk groups in multiple settings, through drug abuse prevention initiatives including by using the Internet, social media and other online platforms.
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Score: 345087.1 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...18-integration-segment-cnd.pdf
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Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP)  is an effective prevention option for HIV-negative individuals at substantial risk of HIV infection as part of combination prevention approaches. (...) As countries implement PrEP to prevent HIV infection, it should be accompanied by surveillance of HIV drug resistance in people who become infected despite use of PrEP. (...) Achieving high levels of viral load suppression in populations taking antiretroviral therapy prevents transmission of HIV, HIV-associated morbidity and mortality and prevents emergence of HIV drug resistance.
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Score: 345087.1 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...21/hiv-drug-resistance-growing
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Yet, we know what needs to be done to reduce child mortality and prevent or treat the major communicable diseases that cut lives short in the poorer countries of the world. (...) Reducing tobacco use, promoting healthy diets and physical activity to prevent overweight and obesity, and preventing the excessive use of alcohol all contribute to produce longer and healthier lives. (...) In sum, it is better to prevent than to treat and it is best if both are supported by societies that are committed to equitable outcomes for all.
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Score: 344850.32 - https://www.un.org/development...cpd43_ecn920103guest_item3.pdf
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Working as one UN, UN Action aims to: UN Action brings together the collective experience and institutional capacity of the UN system, and over the last decade has filled critical knowledge gaps, generated policy, guidance, and training materials to inform evidence-based prevention and response to conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV). (...) Areas of Work 1/ Protection and Prevention : Survivors and at-risk groups are supported and protected and CRSV risks are prevented and mitigated. (...) Project in Focus: UN Action’s project “Leveraging the strength of women in Somalia to mitigate CRSV and prevent violent extremism” provides direct support to survivors of conflict-related sexual violence systematically committed by Al-Shabaab as a tactic of war.
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Score: 344850.32 - https://www.un.org/sexualviole...inconflict/about-us/un-action/
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It was noted that UNODC would support Member States in reaching the targets under Goal 5 (“Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls”) by, inter alia, promoting access to justice for women and girls, supporting the development of legislation and policies that protect their rights, and prevent as well as respond to violence against women and girls. It was also mentioned that the Office’s global work on the prevention of drug use and the treatment of drug use disorders specifically addressed the unique needs of women and girls, as was the fact that the empowerment of women was at the core of the Office’s alternative development programmes. 7. (...) It was noted that the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice should also be involved in these efforts, given, inter alia, the links between drug trafficking, transnational organized crime and money-laundering.
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Score: 344554.79 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...s/files/en/integration/CND.pdf
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Virtual Tour on the Yellow River Juncao Ecological Security Barrier Juncao Desertification Control and Industrial Development Sites 16:00-17:30, October 6, 2021 (Beijing time) PROGRAMME Visiting sites 1. Sand Prevention and Fixation Base of National Juncao Center at Ulan Buhe Desert, Alxa League, Inner Mongolia Root system of giant Juncao grass, high-yield cultivation of giant Juncao grass, experiment of Juncao wind prevention, Juncao pioneer plant and crop conservation tillage, evaluation experiment of different varieties 2. Juncao Revetment and Sand Prevention Experiment Site of National Juncao Center along the Yellow River in Inner Mongolia 3.
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Score: 344135.25 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...ramme%20-%20virtual%20tour.pdf
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Two decades later, UNTOC remains the only global legal instrument against transnational organized crime, accompanied by its three protocols to prevent and counter: trafficking in persons, smuggling of migrants; and the illicit manufacturing of, and trafficking in, firearms. (...) The CCPCJ will also proceed with any required follow up of the discussions and recommendations from the 14th United Nations Congress on Crime 5 Prevention and Criminal Justice, which has been postponed from 2020 and will now take place in Kyoto, Japan, in March 2021. (...) In this regard, coordinated approaches to preventing and combating transnational organized crime is critical to recover better from the crisis, help achieve peaceful and inclusive societies, and make progress towards all of the Sustainable Development Goals. 11 I Thank you ***
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Score: 343671.2 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...president-13-november-2020.pdf
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In humanitarian response, ALL actors – regardless of sector – have a role and a responsibility to ensure that their programming does all it can to prevent and to reduce the risk of gender- based violence (GBV). (...) The GBV Guidelines provide practical recommendations for all humanitarian response sectors to prevent and reduce the risk of GBV in their work – building on the fundamental humanitarian principle of do no harm. (...) Reassert the need at all levels for actors and sectors to engage in GBV prevention and risk mitigation activities as well as the need for practical guidance to reduce the GBV related risks of affected populations, promote their resilience, and aid recovery. 2.
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Score: 343671.2 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...ons_in_Humanitarian_Action.pdf
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The major problem was absence of the prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission prevention (PMTCT) services in the country, which affected a population large group, pregnant women - about 45,000 yearly (which made up nearly 3% of adult population aged 15-49 years old) and almost the same number of children born to them. (...) The National Centre for AIDS Prevention (NCAP) State non-profit organization, established in 2002 by the Decision of the Government, is an organization dealing with HIV prevention, treatment and monitoring under MoH system. (...) The operation of the NCAP in the area of HIV prevention and monitoring is fixed by the Law of the Republic of Armenia on HIV/AIDS Prevention, which gives a special status to this organization in the overall AIDS response.
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Score: 343437.57 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/5305
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Preventing accidental water pollution and its transboundary effects UNECE Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents . (...) b) Identify your country’s progress stage in prevention (refer to the User- friendly version of the Benchmarks in the implementation of the Convention, Working Area 3) c) Any weaknesses recently identified in prevention d) Has your country started to take any steps in the current reporting period to improve prevention? (...) Prevention - Challenge The ninth reporting round shows that preventive measures is high at the national level.
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Score: 324410.72 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...0of%20Session%201%20_Final.pdf
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