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Score: 989933.8 - https://www.fao.org/ag/locusts...iv/wshops/1843/1237/index.html
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Score: 989933.8 - https://www.who.int/bangladesh...irus-disease-(covid-19)-update
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Probably in a year, when a vaccine is available, we will also have data on which blood group was most affected," Erakovic said. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLPkKaLk_Hk As a result of this research, we conclude that information about the influence of blood groups on susceptibility to the virus is not true, but that research is ongoing, and that such information, with a strict position, can only be published after the decision of the scientist, at the end of the research.  
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Score: 989933.8 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...e-most-susceptible-coronavirus
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„That is why quality should be at the central place of all discussions on education, and it must be protected by strict decisive measures implemented by the Institute for Education and other educational institutions," Ambassasdor Whitting concluded. (...) We have to go with an open mind and we have to say right and watch what is happening in this lesson and see how well the children are engaging, what did they learn by the end of the lesson that they could not do before and how well are the different groups in there, the more able, the less able, the ones with special needs, how well they are all performing in that lesson, before we can make a judgment about teaching," said Buxton.
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Score: 989933.8 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...ucation-every-child-montenegro
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She now owns an eco-lodge in the middle of the Bigipan lagoon area where she organizes tourism activities for her clients including bird watching, mud bathing, canoe racing, fishing etc. Besides managing her eco-lodge, she often leads the tour; drives the boat; catches fish and Caiman (alligator) as demonstration for her guests. (...) When Stephanie first joined the tourism sector she served as a cook for a tour agency which would bring a group of tourists for bird watching in Bigipan. Her job was not easy. She further explains, ‘I had to wake up at 2 am for preparing meal, so that I could bring it on time in Bigipan for the guests who used to depart for birdwatching in the morning.' (...) She emphasizes, “the authority has to be strict in monitoring of such illegal activities. At least once a week they should be monitored closely and controlled effectively.”
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Score: 989535.4 - https://www.undp.org/suriname/.../stephanie-brave-tour-operator
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Photo: UN Photo/Abel Kavanagh Drones: keeping a watchful eye on Africa Operated either autonomously based on a pre-programmed flight plan or by remote control, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), popularly known as drones, are now being deployed in Africa for a variety of missions. (...) Despite their often useful purposes, drones come under strict and in some cases prohibitive regulations in Africa. (...) Also in this issue Cover Story Africa’s cities of the future Departments Africa Watch Focus on Cities Kigali sparkles on the hills Focus on Cities Lagos now wears a new look Focus on Cities Urbanization is a tool for development Focus on Cities Abidjan regains its glamour Also SDGs: No one will be left behind Also Africa looks to its entrepreneurs Also Mbeki panel ramps up war against illicit financial flows Also Boost in Japan-Africa ties Also Bamboo: Africa’s untapped potential Also Bamboo taking root in Africa Also The Paris climate deal and Africa Also Harvesting the sun Also A new Burkina Faso in the making Also Terrorism overshadows internal conflicts Also Drones are effective in protecting civilians Also Somalia rising from the ashes Also From strife to revival, Mogadishu holds hopes and dreams Also Somalia charts a new path Also Speaking SDGs in African languages Departments Africa Wired Departments Africa Books Departments Appointment More from this author Tanzania’s President Samia Suluhu makes history at UN General Assembly, calls for global vaccine equity What COVID-19 has taught us: “Healthcare can no longer exist without technology” Podcast About Africa Renewal The Africa Renewal information programme provides up-to-date information and analysis of the major economic and development challenges facing Africa today.
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Score: 989535.4 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...gazine/april-2016/africa-wired
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With only the government’s torments and torture and no opportunities left behind, and no one to even watch, millions of youths have been forced to leave the country to work mainly as labourers in the Gulf and East Asian countries in equally distressing conditions. (...) International human rights organisations including Amnesty International,[footnoteRef:7] Human Rights Watch[footnoteRef:8] and Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC)[footnoteRef:9] as well as other national governments[footnoteRef:10] have repetitively appealed to the Nepalese Government to ensure Dr. (...) But the Nepalese Government, in the lack of enough international pressure and strict measures against impunity, has not listened to them and continued violent brutal suppression of youths and activists in Nepal.
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Score: 981428 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...dent_Madhesis_Association.docx
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COVID-19 made maintaining these relationships difficult, especially during lockdowns and other necessary strict measures,” WHO Representative Dr Li Ailan said. (...) Director of the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Dr Vichea Ouk, said, “We found that digital health [interventions] could help maintain and sustain the communication, interaction and connection between patients and health care providers while respecting strict COVID-19 prevention measures such as lockdowns and physical distancing.” (...) Despite service disruptions, like we saw with COVID-19 restrictions, when health providers and patients are supported to meaningfully connect, listen and work together towards a common purpose, connections can thrive and health systems resilience can be strengthened,” said Dr Li. Watch a video on the project . Quick links Newsroom Emergencies Head of WHO Office Regional links Data Publications Campaigns Careers Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 981047.6 - https://www.who.int/cambodia/n...le-living-with-hiv-in-cambodia
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COVID-19 made maintaining these relationships difficult, especially during lockdowns and other necessary strict measures,” WHO Representative Dr Li Ailan said. (...) Director of the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Dr Vichea Ouk, said, “We found that digital health [interventions] could help maintain and sustain the communication, interaction and connection between patients and health care providers while respecting strict COVID-19 prevention measures such as lockdowns and physical distancing.” (...) Despite service disruptions, like we saw with COVID-19 restrictions, when health providers and patients are supported to meaningfully connect, listen and work together towards a common purpose, connections can thrive and health systems resilience can be strengthened,” said Dr Li. Watch a video on the project . Quick links Newsroom Emergencies Regional links Data Publications Campaigns Careers Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 981047.6 - https://www.who.int/republicof...le-living-with-hiv-in-cambodia
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COVID-19 made maintaining these relationships difficult, especially during lockdowns and other necessary strict measures,” WHO Representative Dr Li Ailan said. (...) Director of the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Dr Vichea Ouk, said, “We found that digital health [interventions] could help maintain and sustain the communication, interaction and connection between patients and health care providers while respecting strict COVID-19 prevention measures such as lockdowns and physical distancing.” (...) Despite service disruptions, like we saw with COVID-19 restrictions, when health providers and patients are supported to meaningfully connect, listen and work together towards a common purpose, connections can thrive and health systems resilience can be strengthened,” said Dr Li. Watch a video on the project . Quick links Newsroom Emergencies Regional links Data Publications Campaigns Careers Help Contact us Email scams Privacy Integrity Hotline Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 981047.6 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...le-living-with-hiv-in-cambodia
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