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IMCI chart booklet (2008) www.who.int/child_adolescent_health/ documents/IMCI_chartbooklet/en/index.html Infant young child feeding counselling: An integrated course (Part of training material) www.who.int/nutrition/publications/ infantfeeding/9789241594745/en/index.html Promotion and provision of hygienic cord and skin care60 Community Primary Referral ALL Cord clamp and scissors Clean birth kit for health facilities WHO Essential newborn care www.who.int/making_pregnancy_safer/ documents/newborncare_course/en/index.html WHO. (...) Essential newborn care course (2010) - Training Tool www.who.int/making_pregnancy_safer/ documents/newborncare_course/en/ Extra support for feeding the small and preterm baby 72 Primary Referral Professional health workers Nasogastric tubes Feeding cups Breast pump Syringe drivers Blood sugar testing sticks Materials for counselling WHO guide for feeding preterm and LBW babies (forthcoming in the web) WHO. Essential newborn care course (2010) - Training Tool www.who.int/making_pregnancy_safer/ documents/newborncare_course/en/ Prophylactic and therapeutic use of surfactant to prevent respiratory distress syndrome in pre- term babies73 Referral Professional health workers Surfactant Oxygen supply/concentrator Pulse oximeter WHO.
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Score: 1391683.8 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...1_newborncareinterventions.pdf
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19A GlobAl Review of the key inteRventions RelAted to RMnCh Child heAlth inteRventions pRioRity inteRventions level of CARe (CoMMunity, pRiMARy, RefeRRAl) CoMMunity oR pRofessionAl heAlth woRkeRs key CoMModities (suppleMented by Annex) pRACtiCe Guidelines And tRAininG MAnuAls infanCy and Childhood Promotion and support for exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months78, 79 Community Primary Referral ALL Materials for counselling, health education and health promotion, including individual and group counselling WHO. (...) Infant and young child feeding counselling: an integrated course (2006) - Training tool www.who.int/nutrition/publications/ infantfeeding/9789241594745/en/index.html WHO. (...) Emergency Triage Assessment and Treatment (ETAT) course at www.who.int/child_adolescent_health/ documents/9241546875/en/index.html 20 essentiAl inteRventions, CoMModities And Guidelines foR RepRoduCtive, MAteRnAl, newboRn And Child heAlth pRioRity inteRventions level of CARe (CoMMunity, pRiMARy, RefeRRAl) CoMMunity oR pRofessionAl heAlth woRkeRs key CoMModities (suppleMented by Annex) pRACtiCe Guidelines And tRAininG MAnuAls Comprehensive care of children infected with or exposed to HIV8, 85 Primary Referral Professional health workers Antiretroviral drugs HIV test kits Cotrimoxazole Psychosocial support Nutritional support WHO.
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Score: 1325621 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...1_childhealthinterventions.pdf
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25            JUDGE ORIE:  I think, as a matter of fact, the reporting always is Page 486  1    part of the file before the Trial Chamber, so then of course the parties  2    will have an opportunity to compare this report with other reports they  3    received earlier and can form their opinion on whether this would be  4    relevant to be brought to the attention of the Referral Bench.  And, of  5    course, the Trial Chamber might proprio motu decide that it is so relevant  6    that it should be brought to the attention of the Referral Bench.  7            Is that agreeable to you, Ms. (...) At the same 22    time, be aware that the Referral Bench has, of course, read the written 23    submissions in which it's clearly explained how proceedings are -- how 24    they are suspended, when they are resumed. 
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Score: 1320795.1 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/k...vladimir/trans/en/060915ME.htm
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Six days later, on the 10th of May, the matter was 18    referred to -- this matter was referred to the Referral Bench by the 19    President of this Tribunal, and on the latest development that we have 20    is -- goes back to a couple of days ago, 22nd of November, 2006, when the 21    Referral Bench issued an order for further submissions on the referral 22    request and Scheduling Order for hearing.  (...) I think you will  4    certainly have an opportunity to try and explain to the -- to your client  5    the decision of the Referral Bench.  But basically it's what I noted just  6    a few minutes ago, that the Referral Bench is moving, and it has  7    highlighted to us and to you, and to you, of course, Mr. (...) It was being done,  4    of course --  5                          [Trial Chamber confers]  6            JUDGE AGIUS:  All right. 
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Score: 1296633.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/trbic/trans/en/061124SE.htm
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IMAI provides tools (standardized guidelines and training courses to teach these guidelines) for rapid country adaptation and use in their efforts to achieve the 3 by 5 goals. (...) An interim version of these WHO IMAI guideline modules has been released for country adaptation and training courses are in development (see Human capacity-building plan for scaling up HIV/AIDS treatment2). (...) In peripheral health centres and clinics, the nurses and lay providers would need to stay in communication with these same more senior clinicians, by referral and back-referral and communication by cell phone or other means.
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Score: 1293396.3 - https://www.who.int/3by5/publications/briefs/en/IMAI.pdf
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Inadequate human and financial resources: One of the challenges to scaling up IMCI in countries has been reaching a large number of health workers through use of a time-intensive and costly course. To accelerate scaling up, some countries have adopted short IMCI courses that reach many health workers. (...) Health workers already trained in IMCI should be given a refresher course to acquaint them with the adapted materials. Health workers not already trained in IMCI should undergo a full revised course with both young infant and older child components.
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Score: 1281027.1 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...blications/aonsectionIII_5.pdf
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Date: Original: BEFORE THE REFERRAL BENCH Judge Alphons Orie, Presiding Judge O-Gon Kwon Judge Kevin Parker Mr. (...) Serge Brammertz IT-01-42/2-1 31 January 2008 English () ) 1'3 ':l L THE REFERRAL BENCH of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the former Yugoslavia since 1991 ("Tribunal"); NOTING that on 17 November 2006 the Referral Bench referred the present case to the authorities of the Republic of Serbia in order that those authorities forthwith refer the case to the appropriate court for trial within the Republic of Serbia, and further ordered the Prosecution to file an initial report to the Referral Bench on the progress made by the Prosecutor of the Republic of Serbia in the prosecution of Vladimir Kovacevic ("Accused") six weeks after transfer of the evidentiary material and, thereafter, every three months, including information on the course of the proceedings before the competent national court after commencement of trial, such reports to comprise or include any reports received by the Prosecution from the international organisation monitoring or reporting on the proceedings; 1 NOTING the "Prosecutor's Third Progress Report," filed on 14 December 2007, where it is reported that on 29 October 2007 the Belgrade Military Medical Commission ("Commission"), following an order by the Presiding Judge of the Out of Trial Chamber of the Belgrade District Court ("District Court"), concluded the following: 2 • KovaceviC's mental disability is of a chronicle [sic 1 nature, so no Significant improvement is expected; • The Accused is not capable to stand trial; and • At the time of the commission of the alleged crime, the Accused was accountable; NOTING that in light of the Commission's findings on 5 December 2007 the District Court dismissed the indictment against the Accused pursuant to Article 349(1) of the Criminal Procedure Code of the Republic of Serbia;3 NOTING the Prosecution's submission that: unless ordered otherwise by the Referral Bench, this constitutes, for the time being, the [Prosecution's] final report in the Kovacevic case in light of the [ ... ] dismissal of the indictment. (...) IT-0l-42/2-I, Decision on referral of case pursuant to Rule lIbis with confidential and partly ex parte annexes, filed on 17 November 2006. 2 Prosecutor v.
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Score: 1275446.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/k...ic_vladimir/tord/en/080131.pdf
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Prosecutor's Sixteenth Progress Report 'F-Oft-~ - 1r Q) cf'7() - d> "a~ ~ ~~U~Gf THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA IN THE REFERRAL BENCH Before Registrar: Date Filed: Judge Alphons Orie, Presiding Judge O-Gon Kwon Judge Kevin Parker Mr. (...) Pursuant to the Decision for Referral to the Authorities of the Republic of Croatia Pursuant to Rule 11 his, ("Decision") of 14 September 2005, the Prosecutor hereby files his sixteenth report in this case. 2. The Decision for Referral requires that following the initial report, six weeks after the transfer of material, the Prosecutor must file a report every three months on the course of proceedings before the appropriate Court in the Republic of Croatia. l The Office of the Prosecutor ("OTP") filed its fifteenth progress report on 16 June 2009?
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Score: 1263468.6 - https://www.icty.org/x/file/Ou..._ademi_progressreport_16th.pdf
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Furthermore, the project organized training courses Domestic violence indicators, referral guidelines, and risk assessment for judges in 65 administrative districts and cities/towns, and produced four manuals on the following topics:  Domestic violence indicators, referral guidelines, and risk assessment tools;  Treatment of women’s rights and domestic violence cases in compliance with European standards;  Mass media campaigns to improve perception of gender equality among and disseminate gender-based violence data to journalists covering domestic violence issues;  On the elimination of domestic violence: how can social relations and behavioral patterns change? (...) Overall, 2,955 crimes were comitted on grounds of jealosy, family conflict and other domestic issues (1,026 in 2019, plus 973 in 2020, and 956 in January-September 2021). In the course of professional development courses for the staff of internal affairs authority as well as educational and training courses for them at special schools, a particular attention was paid to the study and gaining experience in the field of practical aspects of human rights and freedoms involving the specifics of behavioral patterns of sexual minorities, victims of human trafficking and other vulnerable populations, and the techniques for the protection of those people, and the provisions enshrined in the relevant international legal tools and national legislation. (...) In addition, Azerbaijan hosts seminars, workshops, training courses and conferences that are attended by international experts.
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Score: 1257960.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...t/files/2021-12/azerbaijan.pdf
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The ICTY’s Appeals Chamber and its special bench for proceedings to consider referring cases to national jurisdictions, called the Referral Bench, decided this conclusively last July. (...) Both accused argued that, according to the Prosecution’s allegations, the crimes were sufficiently grave, and the accused’s role sufficiently significant to justify trying the case before the ICTY.1 Milan Lukić’s counsel, for instance, referred to the Prosecution’s allegation that “Milan Lukić is considered to be perhaps the person who killed more people with his own hands than any other during the course of the Bosnian conflict.” (...) After the Referral Bench ascertained that Sredoje Lukić’s defence, and Bosnian authorities agreed with that proposal, the Referral Bench revoked its order to refer the case.
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Score: 1252567.2 - https://www.icty.org/x/file/Ou...ew_from_hague/jit_lukic_en.pdf
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