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To reduce newborn mortality, which accounts for roughly 40% of all deaths under-five in Lao PDR, simple interventions have been established: immediate and thorough drying followed by early skin-to-skin contact, delaying clamping the cord after pulsations stop and prolonged skin-to-skin contact until the baby has completed his first full breastfeed.   (...) The baby rests between the mother’s breasts in continuous skin-to-skin contact, and may need 20-30 minutes or even more before showing signs of readiness (feeding cue) to breastfeed. Early establishment of breastfeeding is an important factor in successful breastfeeding and in association with skin-to-skin contact it reduces greatly the risk of post-partum bleeding for the mother.  
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Score: 1077008.5 - https://www.who.int/laos/news/...l/early-essential-newborn-care
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Share × Close FAO calls for broader livestock vaccination to keep lumpy skin disease at bay in Eastern Europe and the Balkans Smallholders are the worst affected by lumpy skin disease Cattle vaccination in Turkey. Lumpy skin disease used to be confined to Africa only. (...) Lumpy skin disease is a cattle pox virus transmitted by biting insects that can be deadly for cattle but does not affect humans.
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Score: 1076611.8 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...tern-Europe-and-the-Balkans/en
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PowerPoint Presentation 1 LSD Country Presentation Georgia National Food Agency Veterinary Department Ioseb Menteshashvili Otar Parkadze Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 Cattle population - 834 315 (16 024 Buffalo) 90% Mixed small scale farms - average 2-5 Cattle 2 Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 Preparedness for LSD 2014 – Notification from colleagues of VS of Azerbaijan was provided for LSD suspicious (even before it was officially confirmed) in frames of regional cooperation Georgian VS took immediate actions including: • Vaccination of LR in districts bordering with Azerbaijan (Vaccinated 46 928 LR) • Spraying of insecticides (in vector populated winter pastures) • Creation of Vaccine Bank (SG strain vaccine) 2015 – at the same area vaccinated of 181 081 LR was conducted • Due to remaining risk of introduction • Due to vaccine reserves Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 3 Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 LSD outbreak in Georgia • LSD suspect cases were detected in Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti Region (1-3.11.2016) • Laboratory of Ministry of Agriculture confirmed LSD by PCR • On 8 November outbreak was reported to OIE Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 4 Immediate Notifications Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 Map of LSD cases in Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti Region Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 5 Actions implemented • Banned the movement of animals in that district (season supported a lot) • Spraying of insecticides (on animals and holdings) • No culling was implemented (lack of compensation policy) • High density vector population area was defined • Vaccinated 234 978 LR was conducted in that area Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017 6 Thank You For Your Attention!!! Regional workshop on lumpy skin disease prevention, control, and awareness Budapest, Hungary, 7-9 March 2017
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Score: 1075953.4 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...vents2017/LSD_bp/cp/Geo_cp.pdf
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. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Cacaotica's procucts include everything from chocolate bars and chocolate-flavoured tea to lip balm and hand lotion. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Dara Argüello makes the rounds on Vicenta's cacao plantation, tending to the trees and looking out for ripe pods. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Members of Cacaotica hope to place their products in hotels throughout Costa Rica. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Working together, the women care for the trees, cutting off beans that show the telltale stains of blight, and harvesting the ripe yellow ones. (...) “We use absolutely all of the pod,” said Vicenta, adding that in addition to classic chocolate bars, the collective makes products such as chocolate toffee, cacao-butter lip gloss, and hand lotion. All of them are concocted in the kitchen inside Vicenta’s wood-frame farmhouse, pending the completion of a proper workspace the group is currently building. 
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Score: 1075785.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-au/ne...her-save-cacao-plantation.html
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. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Cacaotica's procucts include everything from chocolate bars and chocolate-flavoured tea to lip balm and hand lotion. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Dara Argüello makes the rounds on Vicenta's cacao plantation, tending to the trees and looking out for ripe pods. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Members of Cacaotica hope to place their products in hotels throughout Costa Rica. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Working together, the women care for the trees, cutting off beans that show the telltale stains of blight, and harvesting the ripe yellow ones. (...) “We use absolutely all of the pod,” said Vicenta, adding that in addition to classic chocolate bars, the collective makes products such as chocolate toffee, cacao-butter lip gloss, and hand lotion. All of them are concocted in the kitchen inside Vicenta’s wood-frame farmhouse, pending the completion of a proper workspace the group is currently building. 
Language:English
Score: 1075785.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-ie/ne...her-save-cacao-plantation.html
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. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Cacaotica's procucts include everything from chocolate bars and chocolate-flavoured tea to lip balm and hand lotion. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Dara Argüello makes the rounds on Vicenta's cacao plantation, tending to the trees and looking out for ripe pods. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Members of Cacaotica hope to place their products in hotels throughout Costa Rica. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Working together, the women care for the trees, cutting off beans that show the telltale stains of blight, and harvesting the ripe yellow ones. (...) “We use absolutely all of the pod,” said Vicenta, adding that in addition to classic chocolate bars, the collective makes products such as chocolate toffee, cacao-butter lip gloss, and hand lotion. All of them are concocted in the kitchen inside Vicenta’s wood-frame farmhouse, pending the completion of a proper workspace the group is currently building. 
Language:English
Score: 1075785.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-ie/ne.../stories/2022/3/622657fa4.html
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. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Cacaotica's procucts include everything from chocolate bars and chocolate-flavoured tea to lip balm and hand lotion. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Dara Argüello makes the rounds on Vicenta's cacao plantation, tending to the trees and looking out for ripe pods. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Members of Cacaotica hope to place their products in hotels throughout Costa Rica. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Working together, the women care for the trees, cutting off beans that show the telltale stains of blight, and harvesting the ripe yellow ones. (...) “We use absolutely all of the pod,” said Vicenta, adding that in addition to classic chocolate bars, the collective makes products such as chocolate toffee, cacao-butter lip gloss, and hand lotion. All of them are concocted in the kitchen inside Vicenta’s wood-frame farmhouse, pending the completion of a proper workspace the group is currently building. 
Language:English
Score: 1075785.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-us/ne.../stories/2022/3/622657fa4.html
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. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Cacaotica's procucts include everything from chocolate bars and chocolate-flavoured tea to lip balm and hand lotion. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Dara Argüello makes the rounds on Vicenta's cacao plantation, tending to the trees and looking out for ripe pods. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Members of Cacaotica hope to place their products in hotels throughout Costa Rica. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Working together, the women care for the trees, cutting off beans that show the telltale stains of blight, and harvesting the ripe yellow ones. (...) “We use absolutely all of the pod,” said Vicenta, adding that in addition to classic chocolate bars, the collective makes products such as chocolate toffee, cacao-butter lip gloss, and hand lotion. All of them are concocted in the kitchen inside Vicenta’s wood-frame farmhouse, pending the completion of a proper workspace the group is currently building. 
Language:English
Score: 1075785.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-my/ne...her-save-cacao-plantation.html
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. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Cacaotica's procucts include everything from chocolate bars and chocolate-flavoured tea to lip balm and hand lotion. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Dara Argüello makes the rounds on Vicenta's cacao plantation, tending to the trees and looking out for ripe pods. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Members of Cacaotica hope to place their products in hotels throughout Costa Rica. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Working together, the women care for the trees, cutting off beans that show the telltale stains of blight, and harvesting the ripe yellow ones. (...) “We use absolutely all of the pod,” said Vicenta, adding that in addition to classic chocolate bars, the collective makes products such as chocolate toffee, cacao-butter lip gloss, and hand lotion. All of them are concocted in the kitchen inside Vicenta’s wood-frame farmhouse, pending the completion of a proper workspace the group is currently building. 
Language:English
Score: 1075785.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/news/sto...her-save-cacao-plantation.html
Data Source: un
. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Cacaotica's procucts include everything from chocolate bars and chocolate-flavoured tea to lip balm and hand lotion. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Dara Argüello makes the rounds on Vicenta's cacao plantation, tending to the trees and looking out for ripe pods. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Members of Cacaotica hope to place their products in hotels throughout Costa Rica. © UNHCR/Nicolo Filippo Rosso Working together, the women care for the trees, cutting off beans that show the telltale stains of blight, and harvesting the ripe yellow ones. (...) “We use absolutely all of the pod,” said Vicenta, adding that in addition to classic chocolate bars, the collective makes products such as chocolate toffee, cacao-butter lip gloss, and hand lotion. All of them are concocted in the kitchen inside Vicenta’s wood-frame farmhouse, pending the completion of a proper workspace the group is currently building. 
Language:English
Score: 1075785.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/uk/news/...her-save-cacao-plantation.html
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