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Society Economy Environment Chemical risks to children's health can be reduced through ….. Actions to reduce children's exposures … Greater awareness .. on the part of government officials, health care providers, parents & others .. of children's special vulnerabilities Better availability of information & guidelines for preventive actions The resolve to create & implement preventive laws & policies governing chemicals in children's environment. (...) IFCS Recommendation: Take actions to prevent and reduce exposure Legislation and regulations …aimed at reducing & preventing children's harmful exposures to chemicals Many countries have already implemented such laws and regulations .. (...) Data collection & research IFCS Recommendation: Take actions to prevent and reduce exposure Indicators of children’s environmental health • Bridge the gap between information about environmental quality and information about health status •Guide policy and actions •Begin by defining priorities & collecting data on basic indicators •Maximize the use of existing data IFCS Recommendation: Take actions to prevent and reduce exposure Indicators of children’s environmental health Over the long term, both basic and more subtle indicators can assist in: • Identifying potential sources of childhood chemical exposures of concern; • Identifying health and developmental outcomes that may be related to children’s exposures; • Tracking trends in exposures and health outcomes; and • Measuring progress in preventing exposures and reducing illness.
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Score: 379304.2 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/documents/champions/inches.pdf
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Martin 2018-04-22T11:59:51-04:00 29 May 2016 | Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities , News , Sustainable Development Agenda | Indigenous peoples share hopes for the SDGs Gallery Indigenous peoples share hopes for the SDGs With its promise to leave no one behind, the 2030 [...] (...) Martin 2018-04-22T11:59:58-04:00 24 May 2016 | Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities , Goal 4: Quality Education , News , Sustainable Development Agenda | How can the SDGs best help Indigenous Peoples? Martin 2018-04-22T11:59:59-04:00 24 May 2016 | Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities , Video: Goal 10 - Reduced Inequalities | UN hails potential of cultural diversity to boost development Gallery UN hails potential of cultural diversity to boost development Cultural diversity is an outstanding source of exchange, innovation and creativity, and has the enormous potential to accelerate sustainable development, UNESCO said.
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Score: 379177.9 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...ory/reduced-inequality/page/2/
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Network on Strategies for Reducing Salt Consumption for the Prevention and Control of Cardiovascular Disease in the Americas CONCEPT NOTE July, 2018 2 1. (...) Reducing salt intake is challenging, but it may also save lives, prevent health problems, and reduce health care costs for governments and for the population. (...) Development of scientific evidence on strategies to reduce salt consumption and impact on health; iii.
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Score: 378997.6 - https://www.un.org/nutrition/s..._reducing_salt_consumption.pdf
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WHO | WHO recommendations: non-clinical interventions to reduce unnecessary caesarean sections Skip to main content Access Home Alt+0 Navigation Alt+1 Content Alt+2 Search Search the WHO .int site Submit Advanced search Navigation Home Health topics Data Media centre Publications Countries Programmes Governance About WHO Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Sexual and reproductive health Menu Sexual and reproductive health What's new? Topics Publications HRP research programme About us Staff Contact us WHO recommendations: non-clinical interventions to reduce unnecessary caesarean sections Authors : WHO Publication details Number of pages : 79 Publication date : 2018 Languages : English ISBN : 978-92-4-155033-8 Downloads WHO recommendations: non-clinical interventions to reduce unnecessary caesarean sections pdf, 533 Kb Executive summary Web annex 1: Strategies to reduce caesarean sections identified in the scoping review Web annex 2:Description of included interventions Web annex 3: GRADE evidence tables Web annex 4: CERQual evidence tables Infographics Slidedoc This new guideline on non-clinical interventions to reduce unnecessary caesarean sections incorporates the views, fears and beliefs of both women and health professionals about caesarean sections. (...) Related articles in scientific journals Non‐clinical interventions for reducing unnecessary caesarean section: Cochrane review Women's and communities' views of targeted educational interventions to reduce unnecessary caesarean section: a qualitative evidence synthesis Non-clinical interventions to reduce unnecessary caesarean section targeted at organisations, facilities and systems: Systematic review of qualitative studies Related publications Robson Classification: Implementation Manual More documents on maternal health You are here: Sexual and reproductive health Publications Quick Links Sitemap Home Health topics Data Media centre Publications Countries Programmes and projects Governance About WHO Help and Services Contacts FAQs Employment Feedback Privacy E-mail scams WHO Regional Offices WHO African Region WHO Region of the Americas WHO South-East Asia Region WHO European Region WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region WHO Western Pacific Region © WHO 2022 Back to top Email Address Sign up for WHO updates
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Score: 378738.77 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...interventions-to-reduce-cs/en/
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Intervention strategies and opportunities to improve ruminant productivity and reduce enteric methane emissions per unit of animal product are available for all ruminant production systems. (...) Animal Health and Husbandry Increasing the biological efficiency of the ruminant by improving the reproduction rates and extending the reproductive life of the animal is key to reducing methane emissions, but this can be constrained by disease, and especially, production-limiting endemic disease. Reducing the incidence of endemic, production-limiting diseases that have a number of negative outcomes, including death or cull of previously healthy animals, reduced live-weight gain, reduced milk yield and quality, reduced fertility, abortion and/or increased waste in the system will generally result in healthier animals that are more productive.
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Score: 378738.77 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...hane/win-win-opportunities/en/
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Intervention strategies and opportunities to improve ruminant productivity and reduce enteric methane emissions per unit of animal product are available for all ruminant production systems. (...) Animal Health and Husbandry Increasing the biological efficiency of the ruminant by improving the reproduction rates and extending the reproductive life of the animal is key to reducing methane emissions, but this can be constrained by disease, and especially, production-limiting endemic disease. Reducing the incidence of endemic, production-limiting diseases that have a number of negative outcomes, including death or cull of previously healthy animals, reduced live-weight gain, reduced milk yield and quality, reduced fertility, abortion and/or increased waste in the system will generally result in healthier animals that are more productive.
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Score: 378738.77 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...hane/win-win-opportunities/ru/
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Intervention strategies and opportunities to improve ruminant productivity and reduce enteric methane emissions per unit of animal product are available for all ruminant production systems. (...) Animal Health and Husbandry Increasing the biological efficiency of the ruminant by improving the reproduction rates and extending the reproductive life of the animal is key to reducing methane emissions, but this can be constrained by disease, and especially, production-limiting endemic disease. Reducing the incidence of endemic, production-limiting diseases that have a number of negative outcomes, including death or cull of previously healthy animals, reduced live-weight gain, reduced milk yield and quality, reduced fertility, abortion and/or increased waste in the system will generally result in healthier animals that are more productive.
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Score: 378738.77 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...hane/win-win-opportunities/es/
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The UNDT also opined that the ITU “may not use the amount … to reduce [Mr. McCloskey’s] overpayment for previous years”. (...) McCloskey to apply his wife’s foreign tax credits to reduce his 2010 income tax liability to the IRS rendered his application to the UNDT moot. (...) The UNDT erred in law and fact when it ordered that any reimbursement to Mr. McCloskey cannot be reduced by the 2007 overpayment of USD 52,596.00 to him.
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Score: 378724.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2014-UNAT-424.pdf
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Policy measures directed at reducing FLW should promote resource efficiency, environmental sustainability and climate resilience. (...) The private sector should help prevent and reduce FLW through direct private investment in improved technologies and infrastructure needed along the food supply chain.    (...) Awareness-raising programs can show how reducing food waste not only helps to save money but also helps foster a sustainable future.
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Score: 378640.58 - https://www.un.org/en/issues/food/taskforce/wg5.shtml
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Non-clinical interventions for reducing unnecessary caesarean section. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2018 , Issue 9 . (...) Women’s and communities’ views of educational interventions targeted at them to reduce unnecessary caesarean section: a qualitative evidence synthesis. (...) Health professionals’ views of interventions to reduce unnecessary caesarean section targeted at them: a qualitative evidence synthesis. 2018.
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Score: 378314.1 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...ecessary-caesarean-section.pdf
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