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Based on 2017 DPR Korea MICS Selected MICS Indicators Total Province DPRK Ryanggang Demography Total population (thousands) 24.056 742 Rural population (%) 39 35 Children under five (%) 7,0 7,0 Total Fertility Rate 1,9 1,9 Possessions and ICT Population in Wealth Index Group 1 (%) 20 63 Households with a Mobile phone (%) 69 60 Exposure to mass media (%) 80 76 ICT skills, female (%) 30 21 ICT skills, male (%) 41 33 Households with a refrigerator (%) 30 20 Health Diarrhoea prevalence 11 11 Antenatal Care coverage at least four times 94 94 Full content of antenatal care 88 97 Neonatal tetanus protection 84 59 Home delivery 8 7 Skilled attendant at delivery by (assistant) doctor 90 99 Post-natal health check for the newborn 98 100 Skin-to-skin-care 27 31 Nutrition Iodized Salt consumption 37,5 26 Wasting prevalence 2,5 4,4 Stunting prevalence 19,0 32 Minimum dietary diversity 47 49 Minimum acceptable diet 29 26 Early initiation of breastfeeding 43 31 Water and sanitation Use of basic drinking water 93 94 Piped water into dwelling 58 49 Faecal contamination of source water 24 26 Use of safely managed drinking water 61 58 Use of improved sanitation facilities 84 85 Piped sewer system 47 24 Correctly managed sanitation 48 29 Basic drinking water AND sanitation service 78 81 Protection Inadequate supervision 16 11 Violent discipline 59 78 Attitudes towards physical punishment 21 39 Child labour 5 4 Attitudes towards domestic violence 10 18 Early Development Availability of children's books 50 35 Early child development index 88 95 Attendance to early childhood education 73 65 Education Female higher education attainment 20 13 Male higher education attainment 37 31 Upper Secondary Net attendance ratio 95 96 Report card received 93 98 Children with foundational reading skills 95 99 Children with foundational numeracy skills 82 88 The 26 indicators used for the performance classification overview of the province are bold in the above list. (...) Central Bureau of Statistics Ryanggang province profile Generating evidence to deliver for children Nutrition status of children under-5 Learning skills Infant and young child feeding Children in inadequate care and children victim of violent discipline Health: key obstetric indicators Possessions and communication Population using safely managed water and correctly managed sanitation 2,5 19 4,4 32 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Wasting Stunting DPKR Ryanggang 95 82 88 99 88 95 0 20 40 60 80 100 Foundational reading skills Foundational numerical skills Early child development index RyanggangTotal 29 43 26 31 0 10 20 30 40 50 Minimum acceptable diet Early initiation of breastfeeding RyanggangTotal 16 59 11 78 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Inadequate care Violent discipline method Total Ryanggang 88 90 27 97 99 31 0 20 40 60 80 100 Full content of antenatal care Skilled birth attendance by doctor/ assistant Skin-to-skin contact RyanggangTotal 20 80 69 63 76 60 0 20 40 60 80 100 Population in wealth index group 1 Exposure to mass media Mobile phone possession RyanggangTotal 48 61 29 58 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Correctly managed sanitation Safely managed water Total Ryanggang Performance classification overview Province classified red (out of 26) 12 Province classified green (out of 26) 6 Overall classification The tertile method is used to clas- sify the provinces.
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Score: 1393330.5 - https://www.unicef.org/dprk/si...iles/2019-11/3.1-Ryanggang.pdf
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A dedicated team of doctors and health care workers at the Institute is working to ensure that the highest standards of intensive treatment and family-oriented developmental care are implemented even in the most difficult circumstances. (...) Eight incubators, 4 thermoregulation systems, 2 reanimation tables, 4 skin-to-skin armchairs, 18 infusion pumps, 4 thoracic drainage systems, 2 systems for non-invasive ventilation of newborns and other equipment have been provided. (...) "UNICEF and the Institute for Neonatology work together to make both specialised medical equipment and equally important non-medical procedures, such as skin-to-skin contact between mothers and babies, feeding babies with breastmilk and parents' involvement in caring for children from the first day of their life, available to premature babies and their parents.
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Score: 1391794.9 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...institute-neonatology-belgrade
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Based on 2017 DPR Korea MICS Selected MICS Indicators Total Province DPRK Kangwon Demography Total population (thousands) 24.056 1.524 Rural population (%) 39 52 Children under five (%) 7,0 7,1 Total Fertility Rate 1,9 1,9 Possessions and ICT Population in Wealth Index Group 1 (%) 20 22 Households with a Mobile phone (%) 69 76 Exposure to mass media (%) 80 86 ICT skills, female (%) 30 25 ICT skills, male (%) 41 37 Households with a refrigerator (%) 30 30 Health Diarrhoea prevalence 11 10 Antenatal Care coverage at least four times 94 93 Full content of antenatal care 88 91 Neonatal tetanus protection 84 75 Home delivery 8 9 Skilled attendant at delivery by (assistant) doctor 90 83 Post-natal health check for the newborn 98 99 Skin-to-skin-care 27 13 Nutrition Iodized Salt consumption 37,5 41 Wasting prevalence 2,5 3,5 Stunting prevalence 19,0 21 Minimum dietary diversity 47 52 Minimum acceptable diet 29 27 Early initiation of breastfeeding 43 54 Water and sanitation Use of basic drinking water 93 92 Piped water into dwelling 58 57 Faecal contamination of source water 24 28 Use of safely managed drinking water 61 52 Use of improved sanitation facilities 84 82 Piped sewer system 47 34 Correctly managed sanitation 48 37 Basic drinking water AND sanitation service 78 74 Protection Inadequate supervision 16 15 Violent discipline 59 42 Attitudes towards physical punishment 21 23 Child labour 5 2 Attitudes towards domestic violence 10 9 Early Development Availability of children's books 50 51 Early child development index 88 95 Attendance to early childhood education 73 69 Education Female higher education attainment 20 17 Male higher education attainment 37 32 Upper Secondary Net attendance ratio 95 98 Report card received 93 86 Children with foundational reading skills 95 94 Children with foundational numeracy skills 82 88 The 26 indicators used for the performance classification overview of the province are bold in the above list. (...) Central Bureau of Statistics Kangwon province profile Generating evidence to deliver for children Nutrition status of children under-5 Learning skills Infant and young child feeding Children in inadequate care and children victim of violent discipline Health: key obstetric indicators Possessions and communication Population using safely managed water and correctly managed sanitation 2,5 19 3,5 21 0 5 10 15 20 25 wasting stunting Total Kangwon 95 82 88 94 88 95 75 80 85 90 95 100 Foundational Reading skills Foundational Numerical skills Early Childhood development index KangwonTotal 29 43 27 54 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Minimum acceptable diet Early initiation of Breastfeeding KangwonTotal 16 59 15 42 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Inadequate care violent discipline method Total Kangwon 88 90 27 91 83 13 0 20 40 60 80 100 Full ANC Content SBA by doctor/ assistant Skin-to-skin contact KangwonTotal 20 80 69 22 86 76 0 20 40 60 80 100 % Population in Wealth quintile1 Exposure to Mass Media Mobile phone possession KangwonTotal 48 61 37 52 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Correctly managed sanitation Safely managed water Total Kangwon Performance classification overview Province classified red (out of 26) 8 Province classified green (out of 26) 7 Overall classification The tertile method is used to clas- sify the provinces.
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Score: 1391352.6 - https://www.unicef.org/dprk/si.../files/2019-11/3.4-Kangwon.pdf
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Based on 2017 DPR Korea MICS Selected MICS Indicators Total Province DPRK Jagang Demography Total population (thousands) 24.056 1.340 Rural population (%) 39 36 Children under five (%) 7,0 7,1 Total Fertility Rate 1,9 1,9 Possessions and ICT Population in Wealth Index Group 1 (%) 20 32 Households with a Mobile phone (%) 69 71 Exposure to mass media (%) 80 78 ICT skills, female (%) 30 35 ICT skills, male (%) 41 45 Households with a refrigerator (%) 30 28 Health Diarrhoea prevalence 11 13 Antenatal Care coverage at least four times 94 90 Full content of antenatal care 88 83 Neonatal tetanus protection 84 75 Home delivery 8 8 Skilled attendant at delivery by (assistant) doctor 90 95 Post-natal health check for the newborn 98 97 Skin-to-skin-care 27 20 Nutrition Iodized Salt consumption 37,5 24 Wasting prevalence 2,5 2,1 Stunting prevalence 19,0 23 Minimum dietary diversity 47 66 Minimum acceptable diet 29 38 Early initiation of breastfeeding 43 26 Water and sanitation Use of basic drinking water 93 96 Piped water into dwelling 58 61 Faecal contamination of source water 24 20 Use of safely managed drinking water 61 66 Use of improved sanitation facilities 84 80 Piped sewer system 47 57 Correctly managed sanitation 48 58 Basic drinking water AND sanitation service 78 77 Protection Inadequate supervision 16 38 Violent discipline 59 49 Attitudes towards physical punishment 21 16 Child labour 5 5 Attitudes towards domestic violence 10 13 Early Development Availability of children's books 50 64 Early child development index 88 85 Attendance to early childhood education 73 88 Education Female higher education attainment 20 24 Male higher education attainment 37 43 Upper Secondary Net attendance ratio 95 94 Report card received 93 78 Children with foundational reading skills 95 92 Children with foundational numeracy skills 82 65 The 26 indicators used for the performance classification overview of the province are bold in the above list. (...) Central Bureau of Statistics Jagang province profile Generating evidence to deliver for children Nutrition status of children under-5 Learning skills Infant and young child feeding Children in inadequate care and children victim of violent discipline Health: key obstetric indicators Possessions and communication Population using safely managed water and correctly managed sanitation 2,5 19 2,1 23 0 5 10 15 20 25 wasting stunting Total Jagang 95 82 88 92 65 85 0 20 40 60 80 100 Foundational Reading skills Foundational Numerical skills Early Childhood development index JagangTotal 29 43 38 26 0 10 20 30 40 50 Minimum acceptable diet Early initiation of Breastfeeding JagangTotal 16 59 38 49 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Inadequate care violent discipline method Total Jagang 88 90 27 83 95 20 0 20 40 60 80 100 Full ANC Content SBA by doctor / assistant Skin-to-skin contact JagangTotal 20 80 69 32 78 71 0 20 40 60 80 100 % Population in Wealth quintile 1 Exposure to Mass Media Mobile phone possession JagangTotal 48 6158 66 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Correctly managed sanitation Safely managed water Total Jagang Performance classification overview Province classified red (out of 26) 10 Province classified green (out of 26) 5 Overall classification The tertile method is used to clas- sify the provinces.
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Score: 1391352.6 - https://www.unicef.org/dprk/si...k/files/2019-11/3.5-Jagang.pdf
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How should someone take care of themselves if they have monkeypox? What care do they need? (...) People with monkeypox should avoid scratching their skin and take care of their rash by cleaning their hands before and after touching sores and keeping skin dry and uncovered (unless they are unavoidably in a room with someone else, in which case they should cover it with clothing or a bandage until they are able to isolate again). (...) If you have symptoms that could be monkeypox, it is important that you contact a healthcare provider for advice, testing and care, even if they are busy. Because monkeypox spreads through close contact, take care to avoid exposing health workers to the virus – call ahead before your visit to warn them that you suspect your symptoms could be due to monkeypox, wear a mask and cover your skin with clothing when seeking care.  
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Score: 1391289.2 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...ons-and-answers/item/monkeypox
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How should someone take care of themselves if they have monkeypox? What care do they need? (...) People with monkeypox should avoid scratching their skin and take care of their rash by cleaning their hands before and after touching sores and keeping skin dry and uncovered (unless they are unavoidably in a room with someone else, in which case they should cover it with clothing or a bandage until they are able to isolate again). (...) If you have symptoms that could be monkeypox, it is important that you contact a healthcare provider for advice, testing and care, even if they are busy. Because monkeypox spreads through close contact, take care to avoid exposing health workers to the virus – call ahead before your visit to warn them that you suspect your symptoms could be due to monkeypox, wear a mask and cover your skin with clothing when seeking care.  
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Score: 1391289.2 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...d-answers/q-a-detail/monkeypox
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How should someone take care of themselves if they have monkeypox? What care do they need? (...) People with monkeypox should avoid scratching their skin and take care of their rash by cleaning their hands before and after touching sores and keeping skin dry and uncovered (unless they are unavoidably in a room with someone else, in which case they should cover it with clothing or a bandage until they are able to isolate again). (...) If you have symptoms that could be monkeypox, it is important that you contact a healthcare provider for advice, testing and care, even if they are busy. Because monkeypox spreads through close contact, take care to avoid exposing health workers to the virus – call ahead before your visit to warn them that you suspect your symptoms could be due to monkeypox, wear a mask and cover your skin with clothing when seeking care.  
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Score: 1391289.2 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...ns-and-answers/item/monkeypox/
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Rashes, body fluids (such as fluids, pus, or blood from skin lesions), and scabs are particularly infectious. (...) The virus can also be transmitted from a pregnant woman to the foetus through the placenta, or through contact of an infected parent with the child, during or after delivery, through skin-to-skin contact. How can I protect myself and others? (...) However, it is currently unknown whether it can be spread through sexual transmission (for example, through semen or vaginal fluids). However, direct skin-to-skin contact with lesions during sexual activities can spread the virus.
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Score: 1390037.6 - https://news.un.org/story/2022/07/1123212
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Rashes, body fluids (such as fluids, pus, or blood from skin lesions), and scabs are particularly infectious. (...) The virus can also be transmitted from a pregnant woman to the foetus through the placenta, or through contact of an infected parent with the child, during or after delivery, through skin-to-skin contact. How can I protect myself and others? (...) However, it is currently unknown whether it can be spread through sexual transmission (for example, through semen or vaginal fluids). However, direct skin-to-skin contact with lesions during sexual activities can spread the virus.
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Score: 1390037.6 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/07/1123212
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Changes in bacterial flora associated with skin damage on hands of health care personnel. American Journal of Infection Control 1998;26:513-21. 38. (...) Dogma disputed. Diabetes Care 1993;16:402. 43. Koivisto VA, Felig P. Is skin preparation necessary before insulin injection? (...) Selwyn S, Ellis H. Skin bacteria and skin disinfection reconsidered.
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Score: 1390000.4 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/81/7/en/Hutin0703.pdf
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