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For people with diabetes, dealing with a lifelong condition and managing the risk of complications can seem overwhelming, particularly when patients are first diagnosed. (...) On the other hand, people with depressive disorders have a 65% greater risk of developing diabetes than the general population. Other risk factors for developing depression among the diabetic population include: age at onset of diabetes, being female and using smokeless tobacco.
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Score: 1196900.2 - https://www.who.int/bangladesh...rouble-diabetes-and-depression
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Concept Note: Life-saving oxygen and PPEs for high-risk populations in Uganda | UNICEF Uganda Skip to main content Uganda Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Uganda Explore UNICEF Who we are UNICEF in Uganda Our representative Work with us Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report Concept Note: Life-saving oxygen and PPEs for high-risk populations in Uganda Responding to help save lives during the new deadly and devastating wave of COVID-19 infections UNICEF Uganda/2021/Bongyereirwe Highlights COVID-19 has hit Uganda at an overwhelming rate, with a 7,837 per cent increase in new cases between March and June 2021. As the country faces this devastating second wave, hospitals are overwhelmed, and oxygen and vaccine shortages are widespread.
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Score: 1179180.9 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/...s-high-risk-populations-uganda
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The World Risk Index of the World Risk Report ranks 10 countries in the Western Pacific Region among the top 20 countries in the world that have the highest risk of disasters. (...) Pacific island nations are arguably amongst the most likely to require FMT assistance for surge capacity in the event of a Sudden Onset Disaster (SOD) due to their high risk index rating and a health capability more readily overwhelmed by scale in terms of percentage population affected. This workshop will provide an opportunity to discuss priority actions to enhance disaster risk management for health (DRM-H) and to translate the regional framework into national plans on disaster risk management for health.  
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Score: 1173055.7 - https://www.who.int/fiji/news/...ment-for-health-in-the-pacific
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The World Risk Index of the World Risk Report ranks 10 countries in the Western Pacific Region among the top 20 countries in the world that have the highest risk of disasters. (...) Pacific island nations are arguably amongst the most likely to require FMT assistance for surge capacity in the event of a Sudden Onset Disaster (SOD) due to their high risk index rating and a health capability more readily overwhelmed by scale in terms of percentage population affected. This workshop will provide an opportunity to discuss priority actions to enhance disaster risk management for health (DRM-H) and to translate the regional framework into national plans on disaster risk management for health.  
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Score: 1173055.7 - https://www.who.int/marshallis...ment-for-health-in-the-pacific
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The World Risk Index of the World Risk Report ranks 10 countries in the Western Pacific Region among the top 20 countries in the world that have the highest risk of disasters. (...) Pacific island nations are arguably amongst the most likely to require FMT assistance for surge capacity in the event of a Sudden Onset Disaster (SOD) due to their high risk index rating and a health capability more readily overwhelmed by scale in terms of percentage population affected. This workshop will provide an opportunity to discuss priority actions to enhance disaster risk management for health (DRM-H) and to translate the regional framework into national plans on disaster risk management for health.  
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Score: 1173055.7 - https://www.who.int/newcaledon...ment-for-health-in-the-pacific
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The World Risk Index of the World Risk Report ranks 10 countries in the Western Pacific Region among the top 20 countries in the world that have the highest risk of disasters. (...) Pacific island nations are arguably amongst the most likely to require FMT assistance for surge capacity in the event of a Sudden Onset Disaster (SOD) due to their high risk index rating and a health capability more readily overwhelmed by scale in terms of percentage population affected. This workshop will provide an opportunity to discuss priority actions to enhance disaster risk management for health (DRM-H) and to translate the regional framework into national plans on disaster risk management for health.  
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Score: 1173055.7 - https://www.who.int/cookisland...ment-for-health-in-the-pacific
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The World Risk Index of the World Risk Report ranks 10 countries in the Western Pacific Region among the top 20 countries in the world that have the highest risk of disasters. (...) Pacific island nations are arguably amongst the most likely to require FMT assistance for surge capacity in the event of a Sudden Onset Disaster (SOD) due to their high risk index rating and a health capability more readily overwhelmed by scale in terms of percentage population affected. This workshop will provide an opportunity to discuss priority actions to enhance disaster risk management for health (DRM-H) and to translate the regional framework into national plans on disaster risk management for health.  
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Score: 1173055.7 - https://www.who.int/frenchpoly...ment-for-health-in-the-pacific
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The World Risk Index of the World Risk Report ranks 10 countries in the Western Pacific Region among the top 20 countries in the world that have the highest risk of disasters. (...) Pacific island nations are arguably amongst the most likely to require FMT assistance for surge capacity in the event of a Sudden Onset Disaster (SOD) due to their high risk index rating and a health capability more readily overwhelmed by scale in terms of percentage population affected. This workshop will provide an opportunity to discuss priority actions to enhance disaster risk management for health (DRM-H) and to translate the regional framework into national plans on disaster risk management for health.  
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Score: 1173055.7 - https://www.who.int/guam/news/...ment-for-health-in-the-pacific
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The World Risk Index of the World Risk Report ranks 10 countries in the Western Pacific Region among the top 20 countries in the world that have the highest risk of disasters. (...) Pacific island nations are arguably amongst the most likely to require FMT assistance for surge capacity in the event of a Sudden Onset Disaster (SOD) due to their high risk index rating and a health capability more readily overwhelmed by scale in terms of percentage population affected. This workshop will provide an opportunity to discuss priority actions to enhance disaster risk management for health (DRM-H) and to translate the regional framework into national plans on disaster risk management for health.  
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Score: 1173055.7 - https://www.who.int/micronesia...ment-for-health-in-the-pacific
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The World Risk Index of the World Risk Report ranks 10 countries in the Western Pacific Region among the top 20 countries in the world that have the highest risk of disasters. (...) Pacific island nations are arguably amongst the most likely to require FMT assistance for surge capacity in the event of a Sudden Onset Disaster (SOD) due to their high risk index rating and a health capability more readily overwhelmed by scale in terms of percentage population affected. This workshop will provide an opportunity to discuss priority actions to enhance disaster risk management for health (DRM-H) and to translate the regional framework into national plans on disaster risk management for health.  
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Score: 1173055.7 - https://www.who.int/kiribati/n...ment-for-health-in-the-pacific
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