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THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON ON THE WATER-SCARCE ARAB REGION
Introduction COVID-19 has sounded a wake-up call on the importance of ensuring access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene for all to protect health and welfare. Handwashing with soap and water is E/ESCWA/2020/Policy Brief.5 THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 on the Water-Scarce Arab region Source: ESCWA, Moving towards Water Security in the Arab Region, 2019. (...) People lacking access to handwashing facilities with soap and water in selected Arab countries (millions) Figure 3: Increased spending on water in the Arab region for domestic purposes Source: WHO/UNICEF, www.washdata.org. (...) Given the need to ensure hand hygiene to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the risk of transmission is higher in households that do not have a handwashing facility with water, a sink and soap on premises. This affects vulnerable communities in eight Arab countries that reported on this indicator in 2018 (figure 4).
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 2457996.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...CWA/2020/POLICY BRIEF.5&Lang=A
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHT TO SAFE DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION ON HIS MISSION TO TAJIKISTAN:NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Only 7 per cent of the country’s land surface is arable, yet agriculture employs 75 per cent of the labour force and contributes 23 per cent of GDP. 4. (...) According to a rapid assessment conducted in three districts (Rasht, Isfara and Kulob) in 2014, on average only 2 per cent of the women washed their hands with soap at four critical moments (after using the toilet, before cooking, after cleaning a child and before feeding a child). (...) The WHO standards for water, sanitation and hygiene in health facilities require on-site water supplies of 5-400 litres per person per day, on-site sanitation facilities and a reliable water point with soap or alcohol-based rubs available in all relevant areas.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 1654760.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/33/49/ADD.2&Lang=A
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHT TO SAFE DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION, CATARINA DE ALBUQUERQUE : ADDENDUM
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment monitors the situation of some of the groundwater and surface water sources. 2. Sanitation 15. According to the Public Health Act, local governments have the power and duty to collect and dispose of sewage in their respective areas. (...) According to the National Environmental Quality Act, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment regulates sewage and wastewater, as well as the quality of groundwater resources and surface water. A State enterprise under the Ministry, the Wastewater Management Authority, in cooperation with local authorities, is responsible for wastewater treatment. 18. (...) The authorities of the Central Women Correctional Institution explained that each inmate receives a hygiene kit containing, among other things, a bar of soap, toothpaste and 10 sanitary napkins per month, additional sanitary napkins needing to be requested if those provided are insufficient.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 1460424.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/24/44/ADD.3&Lang=A
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VISIT TO LESOTHO :REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS TO SAFE DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION
Lesotho is a mountainous country, with the highest mountain at approximately 3,400 metres above sea level and no land that falls below 1,400 metres above sea level. It has a surface area of approximately 30,000 km2. Three quarters of the land is highlands with severe winter seasons and heavy snowfalls that often make it difficult for the population to access basic services such as water and sanitation. 4. (...) Limited availability of hygiene products and facilities was also observed when the Special Rapporteur visited both the male and female Lesotho correctional services. The provision of soap was limited owing to budgetary constraints and inmates relied on their families and charity organizations to provide soap and other hygienic products. It was also the same for A/HRC/42/47/Add.1 11 GE.19-11505 educational facilities, particularly schools in rural areas, where students testified that even with access to water and toilets, they often did not have soap for hand-washing. B. Accessibility 47.
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نتيجة: 1308624.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/42/47/ADD.1&Lang=A
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHT TO SAFE DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION :ADDENDUM
The rest rely on neighbours’ taps, wells, water kiosks, rivers and other surface-water sources. The reported average water tariff of piped water in 2010/11 was 31 Kenyan shillings ($0.34) per cubic metre, and the price is much higher at unregulated water points. (...) The Government itself stated in the Kenya National Water Development Report of 2006 that water resources had been mismanaged through laws, policies and institutions that did not take into consideration sustainable use of water and land, through weak practices of water allocation, through increased pollution and through degradation of surface-water resources. Kenya is not an exception among the countries in the region whose water resources are negatively affected by climate change. (...) In Kisumu County, she saw non- functioning and abandoned toilets in a school and water basins without water, taps or soap. The Special Rapporteur also observed this pattern in other counties.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 1229034.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/30/39/ADD.2&Lang=A
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TORTURE AND OTHER CRUEL, INHUMAN OR DEGRADING TREATMENT OR PUNISHMENT, MANFRED NOWAK :ADDENDUM
(A) GE.11-12966 070612 130612 حقوق اإلنسانجملس الدورة السادسة عشرة من جدول األعمال٣البند تعزيز ومحاية مجيع
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نتيجة: 1218963.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/16/52/ADD.4&Lang=A
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FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY WORKING PAPER ASPECTS OF MODERN DEVELOPMENTS IN SEISMIC EVENT RECORDING TECHNIQUES
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لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 1151601.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc....nsf/get?open&DS=CD/491&Lang=A
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHT TO SAFE DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION, CATARINA DE ALBUQUERQUE :ADDENDUM
The Special Rapporteur visited different parts of the prison, including prisoners’ cells located in different sections of the prison and subject to different security levels, and found everywhere to be generally clean and relatively spacious; the prisoners had access to toilets and showers, in conditions that ensured respect for their privacy and dignity. Even though soap was not visible on the washing basins, the Special Rapporteur was informed that each prisoner received a bar of soap on checking into the prison, which they kept in their respective cells 22. (...) Namibia’s Vision 2030 recognizes that the country is extremely vulnerable to the effects of water pollution – mainly because of its limited supply of surface water and high dependency on groundwater sources.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 1144924.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/21/42/ADD.3&Lang=A
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IDENTICAL LETTERS DATED 15 JANUARY 2016 FROM THE CHARGE D'AFFAIRES A.I. OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
امليباة رمهت رثياة من رثتئ جملس األمن.رورج ممتيت تعميم ةيم اا ستاة رم فاهت تتعتبت ميير( ميير توقيع) اااتئم تتألعمتل تتاييتتة S/2016/41 16-00710 7/10 املـ جهت ن 2016كـتن م ااينتينايـتا 15م ف اا ستات ن املتبتتات ن املـار ت ن مــن اااــتئم تتألعمــتل تتاييتتــة البعينــة اادائمــة الهمه راــة ااع تيــة ااةــ راة اــد ررئيس جملس األمن األمم املتحدة إىل األم ن ااعت ]األلو: تتاع تيةنا نمليياة[ 2016كتن م ااينتينايتا 11امل ا ااو ت تةليمهت و م تات و الوكالة احلجمممب ملتممما ا كعب( الممممممممممممممممو الوجهة النهائية السلعة عدد الوحدات نوع الوحدات ملتالطن( WFP 396 251 800 7 ك ت نة Food rations م تات UNICF 1,44 0,19 Pack 2 600 Multiple micronutrient powder, sachet/PAC-30 م تات UNICF 8 3,25 250 ك ت نة Fortified spread, pot 325 g/CAR-36 م تات UNICF 1,5 0,6 40 ك ت نة Supplementary spread, sachet 92 g/CAR-150 م تات UNICF 0,2 0,07 Pack 100 Micronutrient tablets, pregnancy/PAC-1000 م تات UNICF 0,05 0,018 Pack 50 Fe (as fumarate) + folic 60 + 0.4 mg tablet/PAC-1000 م تات UNICF 0,5 0,296 20 ك ت نة Therapeutic spread, sachet 92 g/CAR-150 م تات UNICF 24,84 8,28 920 ك ت نة High-energy biscuits (20 packets per box) – 14 USD DMS-1026 م تات ICRC 116 60 950 1 ك ت نة Medical supplies م تات ICRC - - 000 20 ويا Blankets م تات WHO 37 7,8 Box 840 Medicine boxes م تات SARC 8,16 4,08 150 8 علبة Baby milk (under 6 months) م تات SARC 4,08 2,04 060 4 علبة Baby milk (6 to 12 months) م تات SARC 6 3 000 6 كيس Milk powder م تات دتوية 44 S/2016/41 8/10 16-00710 2016كتن م ااينتينايتا 14امل ا ااو ت تةليمهت و م تات و الوكالة احلجممممممممممممب ملتمممممممممممممما ا كعب( الممممممممممممممممو الوجهة النهائية السلعة عدد الوحدات نوع الوحدات ملتالطن( WFP 185,59 117,546 800 7 كيس Wheat flour م تات UNICEF م تات (Washing powder (2 kg each 000 4 كيس 11,200 32 UNICEF م تات Children’s winter clothes kit 000 8 ك ت نة 18,3 255 UNICEF م تات Bath soap 000 40 ا ج 5,4 10 UNICEF 11,2 2,24 Box 400 Water purification tablets (NaDCC), 33 mg/box 10,000 م تات UNICEF 8,8 1,824 kit 2 Inter-agency health kit 2011 (complete set) م تات UNICEF 63,6 23,28 kit 600 Syria school bag kit for 20 student م تات UNICEF 2 0,21 kit 2 Midwifery kit (complete set) م تات UNICEF 12 3,34 kit 2 Diarrhoeal disease set packing م تات UNICEF 216 2 Each 10 000 Blankets م تات UNICEF 1,6 0,205 Carton 33 Permethrin shampoo/solution 1%/100 ml bottle م تات Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) 109 16 Each 10 000 Blankets م تات 167 44 Each 16 000 Medium thermal blankets م تات دتوية 45 S/2016/41 16-00710 9/10 2016كتن م ااينتينايتا 11امل ا ااو ت تةليمهت و كف ات رااف عة و الوكالة احلجمممب ملتممما ا كعب( الممممممممممممممممو نوع الوحدات ملتالطن( عمممممممممممممدد الوجهة النهائية السلعة الوحدات WFP كف ات + ااف عا Food rations 000 4 ك ت نة 129 203 UNICEF 0,72 0,095 Pack 1 300 Multiple micronutrient powder, sachet/PAC-30 كف ات + ااف عا UNICEF كف ات + ااف عا Fortified spread, pot 325 g/CAR-36 125 ك ت نة 1,625 4 UNICEF كف ات + ااف عا Supplementary spread, sachet 92 g/CAR-150 20 ك ت نة 0,3 0,75 UNICEF 0,1 0,035 Pack 50 Micronutrient tablets, pregnancy/PAC-1000 كف ات + ااف عا UNICEF 0,025 0,009 Pack 25 Fe (as fumarate) + folic 60 + 0.4 mg tablet/PAC-1000 كف ات + ااف عا UNICEF كف ات + ااف عا Therapeutic spread, sachet 92 g/CAR-150 10 ك ت نة 0,148 0,25 UNICEF High-energy biscuits (20 packets per box) – 14 300 ك ت نة 2,7 8,1 USD DMS-1026 كف ات + ااف عا ICRC كف ات + ااف عا Medical supplies 950 1 ك ت نة 60 116 ااف عاكف ات + Blankets 000 10 تبتنية .. .. WHO 18,5 3,9 Box 424 Medicine boxes كف ات + ااف عا SARC كف ات + ااف عا (Baby milk (under 6 months 160 8 علبة 4,08 8,16 SARC 4,08 2,04 Box 4 080 Baby milk (6 to 12 months) كف ات + ااف عا SARC كف ات + ااف عا Milk powder 000 6 كيس 3 6 دتوية 22 S/2016/41 10/10 16-00710 2016كتن م ااينتينايتا 14امل ا ااو ت تةليمهت و كف ات رااف عة و الوكالة احلجمممب ملتممما الوجهة النهائية السلعة عدد الوحدات نوع الوحدات الو ملتالطن( ا كعب( WFP كف ات + ااف عا Wheat flour 000 4 كيس 60,3 95,2 UNICEF كف ات + ااف عا (Washing powder (2 kg each 500 2 كيس 5 15 UNICEF كف ات + ااف عا Children’s winter clothes kit 000 4 ك ت نة 9,17 120 UNICEF كف ات + ااف عا Bath soap 000 20 ا ج 2,7 5 UNICEF 5,6 1,14 Box 200 Water purification tablets (NaDCC), 33 mg/box 10,000 كف ات + ااف عا UNICEF 4,4 0,912 Kit 1 Inter-agency health kit 2011 (complete set) كف ات + ااف عا UNICEF 30,7 11,52 Kit 300 Syria school bag kit for 20 student كف ات + ااف عا UNICEF 1 0,105 Kit 1 Midwifery kit (complete set) كف ات + ااف عا UNICEF 3,8 1,5 Kit 1 Diarrhoeal disease set packing كف ات + ااف عا UNICEF 0,7 0,244 Carton 17 Permethrin shampoo/solution 1%/100 ml bottle كف ات + ااف عا UNHCR 109 16 Each 10 000 Blankets كف ات + ااف عا 83,5 44 Each 8 000 Medium thermal blankets كف ات + ااف عا دتوية 18
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 1133254.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=S/2016/41&Lang=A
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON THE ISSUE OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS ENTERPRISES : ADDENDUM
Surface mining, or “mountaintop removal mining”, as those opposing the activity refer to it, is a deeply contested issue in West Virginia and beyond. The Working Group does not have a mandate to take a position for or against the practice and confines its interest as to whether actual or potential adverse human rights impacts are identified, prevented, mitigated and addressed. 67. Surface mining is regulated at both federal and state levels under the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act and the Clean Water Act, and the relevant West Virginia state laws respectively. (...) At a meeting with the Working Group, officials of the Department outlined key elements of the consultative processes carried out in granting mining permits.42 The Working Group also received information about the functions of the environmental advocate.43 It notes the efforts of the Department to engage with and respond to community concerns related to surface mining. 68. The Working Group was informed that some of the communities most directly impacted by surface mining were isolated and economically marginalized.
لغة:العربية
نتيجة: 1127924.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/26/25/ADD.4&Lang=A
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