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2 Page Handbook English version Guideline for Plastic-free meeting Plastic items Plastic water bottle (235 ml - 1.5 L) Use refillable 18 L bottle with reusable mug and glasses. Replace by reusable glass bottle or aluminum can Replace with biodegradable packages, big plastic bottle or clear plastic bag Replace with snack with biodegradable package(e.g. banana leaves). Eliminate candy in plastic package Choose reusable or biodegradable materials. Some items can be eliminated such as plastic straw Choose reusable bag and try to reuse plastic bagas much as possible. (...) Wooden or stainless steel spoons Wooden or stainless steel forks Wooden or stainless steel knives Bamboo or stainless steel straws Reusable plate, bowl, and tray Sugar in big transparent plastic bag
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Score: 1341573 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...English-version_compressed.pdf
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Reusable smart bag and rewards app launched to reduce single use plastics | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Maldives Who we are What we do Our Impact Get Involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our Impact Get Involved English Locations Home Maldives Reusable smart bag and rewards app launched to reduce single use plastics Reusable smart bag and rewards app launched to reduce single use plastics July 4, 2022 The Maldives Authentic Crafts Cooperative Society (MACCS) has launched Plastic Noon Gotheh Rewards App and reusable bag initiative in partnership with Dhiraagu and State Trading Organization plc. 26 April 2022: Maldives Authentic Crafts Cooperative Society (MACCS) as part of the ‘EhenGotheh’ project has launched the ‘Plastic Noon Gotheh’ Rewards App and reusable bag initiative in partnership with Dhiraagu and State Trading Organisation (STO).  (...) Through the ‘Plastic Noon Gotheh’ Rewards App, users will be able to link their reusable bags to the app and collect points every time they shop at STO. (...) UNDP Maldives Resident Representative, Enrico Gaveglia speaks at the launch of the Plastic Noon Gotheh Rewards App and reusable bag initiative. “The reusable bags & app introduced by MACCS supports UNDP’s goal to improve waste management practices and technologies and support the use of innovative, environmentally sound and alternative products for a sustainable future,” said Enrico Gaveglia, Resident Representative of UNDP Maldives at the launch.  
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Score: 1340521.1 - https://www.undp.org/maldives/...hed-reduce-single-use-plastics
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UNICEF Girls are trained to make reusable sanitary pads at Umkheerah Basic School in March 2022 Producing reusable sanitary pads Menstrual hygiene is still taboo in many rural communities in Sudan.  (...) Thanks to the reusable pads she produced, Zahra is no longer worried about getting her period.   UNICEF Hayat Mohamed Adam (hygiene educator) receives reusable pads from MHM advocates Mr. Ahmed and Mr.
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Score: 1330885.9 - https://www.unicef.org/sudan/s...ion-2030-one-reusable-pad-time
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While the WASH in school kits and the menstrual hygiene reusable pads were valuable, more time was needed to explain reusable pads and reproductive health then was available during the emergency distribution. (...) However, due to funding, the need for equity, and a desire to provide basic services for all, only a single set of reusable sanitary pads was distributed. The set included 5 pads and 2 inserts, both washable and reusable. (...) Of all items distributed the buckets, reusable sanitary pads, and reusable drinking water bottles were most liked.
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Score: 1327725.7 - https://www.unicef.org/pacificislands/media/1541/file
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Along with other seamstresses from surrounding townships, she received training in May to manufacture reusable sanitary pads with the aim of marketing them as a long-term source of income. (...) Today, she manufactured reusable sanitary napkins and managed to sell some to women in her village. " I find it difficult to sell the reusable sanitary napkins that I manufacture to girls and women in the village despite the awareness campaigns around menstrual hygiene that are regularly carried out in the village and even if I give them discounts ," says Lucienne. (...) It was the first time that I heard about reusable sanitary napkins; I bought some for my daughter afterwards ," says Marie proudly.
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Score: 1311853.7 - https://www.unicef.org/madagas...anagement-we-can-talk-about-it
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Application for approval regarding reusability, recyclability and recoverability ........................ 5 4. (...) Total mass of materials, which are reusable and/or recyclable: ......................... 5.3.7. Total mass of materials, which are reusable and/or recoverable: ...................... 5.4.
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Score: 1289292.5 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...n/wp29/wp29regs/2015/R133e.pdf
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This is how the idea of reusable cloth diaper came into being. And there has been no looking back since. (...) Sharan launched her business in 2021 and her reusable cloth diapers hit the stores by March 2021. Besides baby diapers, Sharan also makes reusable nursing pads and pillows for infants. She is all set to launch reusable cloth sanitary pads soon. 
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Score: 1288815.3 - https://www.undp.org/bhutan/st...king-cloth-diapers-environment
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The women and girls in Malumfashi were trained to produce reusable sanitary pads, thereby opening them to social and economic opportunities. The reusable sanitary pads are packaged as a kit. This kit is made up of 2 shields, 6 flannels, and 1 bag. (...) However, the women have shared concerns over the growing competition between themselves and new entrants in the reusable pad production business. Customers are being lured towards the competitors because they produce the reusable pads with a different material.
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Score: 1288815.3 - https://www.unicef.org/nigeria...t-through-peer-peer-mentorship
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A Case for Reusable Diapers in Eswatini | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Eswatini Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Home Eswatini A Case for Reusable Diapers in Eswatini A Case for Reusable Diapers in Eswatini August 16, 2022 United Nations Development Programme Who we are About us What we do Sustainable Development Goals Our impact Blogs News Centre Publications Get involved Jobs Procurement Contact us © 2022 United Nations Development Programme
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Score: 1283502.3 - https://www.undp.org/eswatini/...case-reusable-diapers-eswatini
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References ES 6346- 2018 Sanitary Pads —Specification— Part 2: Reusable IS 5405 Specification for sanitary napkins South African national standard Draft- SANS 1812:2019 https://www.rhsupplies.org/news-events/news/standards-for-menstrual-health-products-1698/ Technical Specifications for Reusable Menstrual Pads General description Reusable cloth pads with wings used to manage menstruation and to maintain menstrual health. (...) Accessories / Spare Parts / Consumables To be supplied with one leak proof travel pouch to store minimum two soiled pads and shall be reusable. Instructions for use Must be multilingual: English, French, Arabic and Spanish. (...) References ES 6346- 2018 Sanitary Pads —Specification— Part 2: Reusable IS 5405 Specification for sanitary napkins South African national standard Draft- SANS 1812:2019 https://www.rhsupplies.org/news-events/news/standards-for-menstrual-health-products-1698/ Environmental requirements Sustainable, recycled, re-used or reusable materials for packaging and the manufacturer of the reusable pad shall be preferably in compliance with or operates as per the principles of ISO 14001.
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Score: 1282026.4 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...usable-menstrual-pads-2022.pdf
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