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Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code bans all forms of promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples. (...) Given the important role of health workers in protecting pregnant women, mothers and their infants from inappropriate promotion of breast-milk substitutes, the 2020 report provides an extensive analysis of legal measures taken to prohibit promotion of breast-milk substitutes to health workers and in health facilities.
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Score: 784725.4 - https://www.unicef.org/pakista...ubstitutes-warn-who-and-unicef
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Secondly, the Trial Chamber does not find that any prejudice may be caused to the Defence by the late addition of this witness. The substitute witness is expected to testify on similar matters as the substituted witness.8 The substitute witness’s statement of 19 February 2006 was disclosed to the Defence on 7 March 2006. (...) The Prosecution requested the witness’s substitution only with its Motion of 13 September 2007. (...) Finally, the Trial Chamber takes into account that this is a mere substitution, not an addition of a witness to the list.
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Score: 784169.4 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/haradinaj/tdec/en/071101a.pdf
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Western Pacific Fiji Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
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Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/fiji/news/...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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Western Pacific Tonga Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
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Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/tonga/news...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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SCHEDULE AMENDMENTS OF THE INSURANCE ACT NO. 54 OF 2005 Insurance (Amendment) Act No. 29 of 2009 4 2 Section 1 (definition of captive insurance company) Delete the definition, substitute “captive insurance company means a company carrying on captive insurance business.” 3 Section 1 (definition of Commission) Repeal the definition. 4 Section 1 (definition of domestic business) Delete the definition, substitute “domestic business means an insurance business which , whether the contract of insurance is made in Vanuatu or elsewhere, the subject matter of the contract is: (a) property that at the time of the making of the contract is in, or in transit to or from Vanuatu; or (b) the life, safety, fidelity or insurable interest of an individual who at the time of the making of the contract is ordinarily resident in Vanuatu; or (c) a risk of a company formed in Vanuatu that is not an exempted company within the meaning of the Companies Act [CAP 191].” 5 Section 1 (definition of external insurer) Delete “provides insurance services” substitute “is licensed to carry on insurance business” 6 Section 1 (definition of insurer) Delete the definition, substitute “insurer means a person carrying on insurance business.” 7 Section 1 (definition of local insurer) Delete “providing insurance services” substitute “carrying on insurance business” 8 Section 1 (definition of protected cell company) After “Act”, insert “No. 37 of 2005” 9 Subsection 5(1) After “Commission”(first occurring) insert “for a licence under this Act” 10 Subsection 5(2) Delete “and signed by the Commissioner” SCHEDULE AMENDMENTS OF THE INSURANCE ACT NO. 54 OF 2005 Insurance (Amendment) Act No. 29 of 2009 5 11 Paragraph 14(5)(c) Delete “.” substitute “; and” 12 After paragraph 14(5)(c) Add “(d) details of ownership and business plan for authorization of each cell in the company must be approved by the Board.” 13 Section 16 (heading) After “agent” insert “, insurance manager” 14 Subsection 16(4) After “agent,” insert “insurance manager,” 15 Subsection 24(1) After “insurer” insert “other than a captive insurer approved by the Board” 16 Subsection 31(1) Delete “set out in subsection (2) or the higher amount” 17 Subsection 31(2) Repeal the subsection. 18 After subsection 31(3) Add “(4) The capital may be in the currency of the country where the risk is located.” 19 Paragraphs 44(1)(a) and (c) After “insurer” insert“, insurance manager” 20 Section 74(heading) After “premiums” add “under life policy” 21 Subsection 74(1) Delete “an insurance”, substitute “a life” 22 Subsection 74(2) After “which a” insert “life “ SCHEDULE AMENDMENTS OF THE INSURANCE ACT NO. 54 OF 2005 Insurance (Amendment) Act No. 29 of 2009 6 23 Subsection 74 (4) Delete “an insurance”, substitute “a life” 24 After section 74 Insert “74A Failure to pay premium under general insurance policy (1) if a premium under a general insurance policy, other than a reinsurance policy or a captive policy, has not been paid on its due date, the cover under the policy lapses : (a) if the premium is payable on an annual basis or the policy period is longer than 12 months -30 days after the inception or as the case may be, the renewal, of the policy; and (b) if the premium is payable by installments at intervals of less than 12 months- 15days after the installment due date. (2) If a cover under an insurance policy lapses under subsection (1), the insurer may reinstate the policy upon payment of all the premium due.” 25 Subsection 75(2) Repeal the subsection. 26 Subsection 97(2) Delete “10 percent of the licence fee” substitute “VT 1,000” 27 After section 105 Insert “105A Transitional provision for certain persons employed by the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission (1) This section applies to a person who was employed at the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission as an officer in the insurance division of the supervision department of the Commission, immediately before the commencement of this Act. (2) The person’s employment with the Commission is terminated on the commencement of this Act and the person is entitled to receive a redundancy payment in accordance with paragraph 14.15 of the staff manual of the Commission, as if the person’s termination were a termination under that paragraph. SCHEDULE AMENDMENTS OF THE INSURANCE ACT NO. 54 OF 2005 Insurance (Amendment) Act No. 29 of 2009 7 (3) On and after the commencement of this Act, the person is taken to be an employee of the Reserve Bank of Vanuatu on such terms and conditions as may be prescribed by the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Vanuatu. (4) In this section Vanuatu Financial Services Commission means the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission established under section 2 of the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission Act [CAP 229].” 28 Insurance Act No. 54 of 2005 (a) Delete “Commission” (wherever occurring) substitute “Board”; (b) Delete “Commissioner” (wherever occurring) substitute “Governor”
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Score: 783412.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vut_e/WTACCVUT14_LEG_44.pdf
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Western Pacific Guam (USA) Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
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Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/guam/news/...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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Western Pacific Wallis and Futuna (France) Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
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Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/wallisandf...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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Western Pacific New Zealand Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
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Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/newzealand...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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Western Pacific Cook Islands Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
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Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/cookisland...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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Western Pacific Marshall Islands Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes UNICEF and WHO call on Pacific Island countries to strengthen policies on breast-milk substitutes Mothers are strongly encouraged to continue to breastfeed during the COVID-19 pandemic 5 June 2020 Joint News Release UNICEFPacific/2018/Pirozzi   SUVA,   5 June 2020  – As the Pacific region works on the preparedness and response for the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a need for strong legislation to protect families from false claims about the safety and role of breast-milk substitutes or aggressive marketing practices. (...) Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts by UNICEF, WHO and Pacific Island governments to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code regulates the promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples.
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Score: 783412.5 - https://www.who.int/marshallis...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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