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Score: 942788.7 - https://www.un.org/en/node/153240
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Consumers should maintain a safe physical distance of at least one metre from all other shoppers and staff while queuing before entering the store and while shopping in the store. If a trolley or basket is used while shopping, sanitize the handle before and after use. (...) Avoid touching mouth, nose or eyes during shopping. Minimise direct hand contact with food by using available tongs and serving utensils.
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Score: 1116649.7 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...d-19-food-safety-for-consumers
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According to the International Telecommunication Union, in 2019 only 28 per cent of Africans used the internet and online shoppers are relatively still few. Experts say that in the wake of COVID-19, there is an urgent need for African enterprises to digitalize and tap into enormous opportunities offered by e-commerce.  For example, Kenya, Mauritius, Namibia and South Africa are the only countries where the share of online shoppers exceeds 8 per cent. In most other countries, it is below 5 per cent.
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Score: 1116649.7 - https://www.uneca.org/node/824
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According to the International Telecommunication Union, in 2019 only 28 per cent of Africans used the internet and online shoppers are relatively still few. Experts say that in the wake of COVID-19, there is an urgent need for African enterprises to digitalize and tap into enormous opportunities offered by e-commerce.  For example, Kenya, Mauritius, Namibia and South Africa are the only countries where the share of online shoppers exceeds 8 per cent. In most other countries, it is below 5 per cent.
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Score: 1116649.7 - https://www.uneca.org/storys/c...-digital-transformation-africa
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Large numbers of people still work from home at least some of the time, while others have developed new shopping habits or are seeking a different type of experience when they venture out. (...) “On the user end we were really excited because obviously at the end of the day, we need users to go out and shop locally and be spending their dollars here in our community,” says Urtubey. (...) “That in itself goes to show that we were driving residents to really shop locally,” says Urtubey. A future development for the app could be expanding participation options for online and cash-only businesses.
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Score: 496614.26 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2022/0...tion-futureproof-cities-today/
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Link IMPACT ON COMMODITIES AND FOOD PRICES Food prices are increasing in southern Africa: more in particular, the South African consumers will face a hike in red meat prices until (and probably even beyond) December, which was justified by the rise in yellow maize prices (a main ingredient for livestock feed), while shoppers in Antananarivo have been finding expensive rice in Madagascar’s capital city’s retail markets, due to the retailers’ speculation on rice prices.
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Score: 620196.5 - https://www.fao.org/datalab/we...b/digests/news-digest-24112020
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Score: 595498.24 - https://www.wipo.int/wipo_maga...e/en/2022/01/article_0006.html
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Ce projet a été supporté par UN DESA, Division for Sustainable Development Goals (DSDG) grâce à un fonds de la Commission Européenne (SD2015: Delivering on the promise of the SDGs). R e n f o r
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Score: 15.25 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...20UN%20MADAGASCAR%20UNDESA.pdf
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