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DSD :: News/Media - Press Releases - CSD Skip to main links | Skip to secondary links | Skip to content Links to UN bodies [an error occurred while processing this directive] Links to site map [an error occurred while processing this directive] UN Economic and Social Development Division for Sustainable Development Main Links [an error occurred while processing this directive] News/Media > Press Releases > CSD Secondary Links [an error occurred while processing this directive] Press Releases: CSD [an error occurred while processing this directive] CSD-12 [CSD-12:Home] 1 st Implementation Cycle: Review Session 14-30 April 2004 New York Date Press Release 30 April 2004 Sustainable Development Commission Concludes Two-week Review of Progress in Meeting Anti-poverty Goals on Water, Sanitation and Human Settlements 30 April 2004 Governments Urged to Embark on a Decade of Implementation to Meet Sustainable Development Targets, as UN Commission Concludes [English] [Arabic] [French] [Russian] [Spanish] 29 April 2004 UN Agency Efforts to Improve Water, Sanitation, Housing in Poorest Countries Focus of Sustainable Development Commission Dialogue 28 April 2004 World Needs Balanced International Agenda, Says Secretary-General as Sustainable Development Commission Begins High-Level Segment 28 April 2004 Secretary-General Says High-Level Political Attention Has Been Diverted from Key Challenges of Sustainable Development ...TOP SIDS Preparatory Meeting at CSD-12 Date Press Release for the SIDS Preparatory Meeting April 2004 (PR#1) Facing Major Challenges, Island Nations Seek Stronger Support from the World Community April 2004 (PR#2) Small Islands Seek to Reverse Trade Losses April 2004 (PR#3) AIDS Emerges as a Major Threat for Small Islands, Especially in the Caribbean and Pacific April 2004 (PR#4) Post-9/11 Security Needs Burden Small Island Resources April 2004 (PR#5) Climate Impacts Already Felt by Small Islands; Governments Seek Resources to Adapt ...TOP Skip to CSD-12 SIDS Preparatory Meeting at CSD-12 [an error occurred while processing this directive]
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Score: 747261.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/newsmedi/nm_presrele_12.shtml
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The dengue mosquito lays its eggs in water-filled containers inside the house and surrounding areas of dwellings (this includes non-used bottles, containers, discarded waste, tyres etc… which hold water). © WHO   WHO The dengue mosquito lays its eggs in water-filled containers inside the house and surrounding areas of dwellings. © Credits The dengue mosquito lays its eggs in water-filled containers inside the house and surrounding areas of dwellings The dengue mosquito lays its eggs in water-filled containers inside the house and surrounding areas of dwellings (this includes non-used bottles, containers, discarded waste, tyres etc… which hold water). (...) The elimination of the hatcheries is key to reduce the mosquito population. © WHO   Erika pineros There is no vaccine or specific medication for dengue fever. Patients should seek medical advice, rest and drink plenty of fluids. (...) Cogan An entomologist sets up a trap to collect adult mosquitoes in a house. Afterwards he will bring it to the laboratory to study its behavior and pattern changes as for example insecticide resistance. © Credits An entomologist sets up a trap to collect adult mosquitoes in a house An entomologist sets up a trap to collect adult mosquitoes in a house.
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Score: 744349.2 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...etail/dengue-and-severe-dengue
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. • Plan for what to do if someone gets ill at your meeting with your in-house medical services. • Provide participants with WHO prevention recommendations: www.who.int/COVID-19 • Familiarize yourself with UN guidelines for meeting organizers. (...) • Consider your organization’s guidelines on travel and meetings. • Contact your in-house medical services for a pre- travel assessment. • Be aware of the national and local health authority’s regulations in all countries on your itinerary. • Protect yourself and others by practicing regular hand hygiene and cough etiquette, avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth and avoid close contact with people suffering from fever and cough. • If you become sick while travelling, inform the crew and seek medical care early. (...) • Yes, go to work and contact your organization’s in-house medical services for a risk assessment. • If you start to feel unwell within 14 days of returning, do not come to work and call your health care provider; discuss symptoms, travel history and follow their instructions. • Follow the directions of your national & local health authority.
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Score: 744135.84 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...files/2020/03/scenarios_a4.pdf
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The number of rooms and toilets in your house. The number of people living in your house, their vulnerability, including their age, if they have any other health conditions and their risk of developing severe COVID-19. (...) While your child is isolating: Ideally, no-one in the household should leave the house or interact with others. Seek advice from your health worker for further guidance. (...) While they are in any spaces in the house shared with the child (e.g. the toilet, hallway).  
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Score: 743912.4 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/stories/children-and-covid-19
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In such circumstances, NGOs experienced in dealing with these issues and particularly those who run safe houses should play a key role in providing help and support for victims of violence. There are currently eight safe houses run by NGOs in Bosnia and Herzegovina. They, however, are also faced with new challenges and problems stemming from this state of emergency. Immediately after the outbreak of the pandemic in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Agency for Gender Equality of Bosnia and Herzegovina contacted NGOs responsible for running of safe houses in order to seek their opinion on the priority government measures to combat the increase in domestic violence and to improve the delivery of services.
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Score: 743266.4 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...-Bosnia-and-Herzegovina-en.pdf
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To identify the most appropriate governance structure for the Pacific Organic and Ethical Trade Community, housed within the Secretariat of the Pacific Community. (...) To develop the Organic Guarantee System (OGS) for the Pacific Organic Standard as an essential step towards the Pacific Organic Standard (POS) being utilized for certification of Pacific organic produce and to enable POETCom to seek equivalency agreements for the POS with other standards such as the EU Council Regulation No 834/2007 on organic agriculture and others, including the preparation of a dossier for submission of POS to the EU to seek equivalence.    
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Score: 743040.14 - https://www.fao.org/organicag/...lcooperationpro/oa-croatia/zh/
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Now in her seventies, Boyo still maintains the guest room in her house, keeping it open 24 hours a day to receive people. Everyone who needs advice approaches Boyo’s house. Some refugees approach her house to contribute financially and help others. Others visit her to seek support for hospital fees or medical treatment – or just to solve a family issue.
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Score: 738804 - https://www.unhcr.org/sy/13101...-to-support-her-community.html
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Increase monitoring and reporting of labour violations, including OSH provisions, SOPs, other requirements for COVID-19, and regulations on centralised housing. This should include increasing resources for labour inspectors and encouraging self- regulatory approach by industries. 3. (...) Provide skills assessment and certification as per industry standards for migrant workers to enable them to get skilled jobs when seeking future employment. This has to be provided by regulatory bodies in different industries. 5. (...) Ensure workplaces and employer-provided housing follow labour standards (R.115) and OSH and WHO safety guidance. 13.
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Score: 738447.56 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_760169.pdf
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Guidelines for the Redevelopment of Central Ger area | UN-Habitat Skip to main content Top Menu Covid-19 Governance Donors Programmes Media centre Get involved Events Menu Main navigation About Us Overview Accountability Donors Evaluation Governance Leadership New Urban Agenda Our Strategy Partners Sustainable Development Goals Overview Accountability Annual Report Donors Evaluation Leadership New Urban Agenda Our Strategy Partners Sustainable Development Goals Join us Topics Climate Change Disability Energy Housing Human Rights Land Legislation Local Economic Development Local Governments and Decentralisation Migration Mobility Municipal Finance Planning and Design Public Space Regeneration Regional and Metropolitan Planning Rehabilitation Resilience and Risk Reduction Safety Slum Upgrading Waste Management Water and Sanitation Youth and Livelihoods Climate Change Economy and Finance Energy Gender Governance Housing Human Rights Innovation Land Legislation Metropolitan Management Migration Mobility and Transport National Urban Policy Planning and Design Public Space Resilience and Risk Reduction Safety Slum Upgrading Sustainable Development Goals Urban Health Urban Regeneration Urban-Rural Linkages Voluntary Local Reviews Waste Management Water and Sanitation Youth Where We Are Africa Region Asia and the Pacific Region Arab States Region Latin America and the Caribbean Region Other countries Africa Region Asia and the Pacific Region Arab States Region Latin America and the Caribbean Region Other Countries Angola Botswana Burkina Faso Cabo Verde Cameroon Chad Comoros Democratic Republic of the Congo Ethiopia Ghana Guinea Guinea Bissau Kenya Madagascar Malawi Mozambique Rwanda Sao Tome and Principe Somalia South Africa South Sudan Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Afghanistan Bangladesh Cambodia China Fiji India Iran (Islamic Republic of) Lao People’s Democratic Republic Malaysia Mongolia Myanmar Nepal Pakistan Philippines Solomon Islands Sri Lanka Thailand Viet Nam Egypt Iraq Jordan Kuwait GCC Lebanon Libya Saudi Arabia State of Palestine Sudan Syrian Arab Republic Tunisia Yemen Andean Countries HUB Argentina Bolivia (Plurinational State of) Brazil Chile Cuba Mexico Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Kosovo Spain Knowledge Best Practices Capacity Building Research and Publications Data and Analytics Best Practices Capacity Building City Prosperity Initiative Data and Analytics Research and Publications Global Urban Lectures Habitat UNI Search Go Donate Donors Events Get involved Governance Media centre Partners Guidelines for the Redevelopment of Central Ger area + Download the response plan + View the COVID-19 Appeal + Join us Home guidelines for the redevelopment of central ger area Image Like 310 Share 34 Views 34 Downloads 310 Likes This Guideline is one of three Urban Development Guidelines that seek to respond to overlying issues in each of the Ger areas in Ulaanbaatar, integrating lessons learnt from past interventions and initiatives, and providing a support framework for dealing with the current challenges of urban development. The Guidelines seek to support and strengthen redevelopment processes already underway (and set out in Resolution No.303 Development Programme for Ger areas in Ulaanbaatar as Housing Districts and other regulation), and identify those areas where new regulation is desirable or a prerequisite for efficient redevelopment. (...) 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Score: 737583.64 - https://unhabitat.org/guidelin...evelopment-of-central-ger-area
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Sally Thomas, SFHA remarks for COP26 Session title: Best practices on affordable climate-neutral housing Time available: 3 minutes Brief from organisers: “In your presentation we invite you to provide information on a best practice on climate neutral and affordable housing solutions that contributes towards the achievement of related climate targets. (...) Please see examples of best practices and an overall framework for the side event discussion in Chapter IV “Climate-neutral housing - Decarbonizing the housing stock in an inclusive and affordable way” of the study “#Housing2030: Effective policies for affordable housing in the UNECE region” which is available at https://unece.org/info/Housing-and- Land-Management/pub/360530. (...) Over half of Scotland’s social housing stock already achieves a good level of energy efficiency.
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Score: 737448.24 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...E%20COP26%20Sally%20Thomas.pdf
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