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WHO | Using mid-level cadres as substitutes for internationally mobile health professionals in Africa. (...) A desk review Article Authors : Dovlo D Publication details Number of pages : 12 Publication date : 2004 Languages : English Downloads English [pdf 288kb] This desk review analyses education, regulation, scopes of practice, specialization, nomenclature, retention and cost-effectiveness of substitute health workers in sub-Saharan Africa. The findings of the review raise interest in expanding the use of substitute cadres. (...) Bibliography: Dovlo D Using mid-level cadres as substitutes for internationally mobile health professionals in Africa.
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Score: 781442.5 - https://www.who.int/workforcea.../resources/midlevel_africa/en/
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WHO | Forum Standing Committee Working Groups Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Menu Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Officers National focal points Forum standing committee Regional groups IFCS champions Forum sessions Financing work programme Publications Forum Standing Committee Working Groups Substitution and Alternatives Case studies and examples Accessing case studies and examples General categories: ELECTRONICS Substitution of Hazardous Chemicals in the Work Environment Frode Soerensen Mercury in products UNEP Chemicals Mercury Programme Healthy Business Strategies for Transforming the Toxic Chemical Economy Partnership Projects – Design for the Environment Program U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Projects (list 20 September 2007) Brominated Flame Retardants in Dust on Computers: The Case for Safer Chemicals and Better Computer Design A Clean Production Action report, June 2004 CPA: Clean Production Action CPA works with companies to substitute hazardous chemicals in products and production processes with Green Chemistry and safer substitutes; waste reduction through producer responsibility for product take-back; the promotion of sustainable agriculture for bio-based renewable materials, and awareness raising of the environmental and health implications of emerging new materials such as nanotechnology Related links back to Substitution and Alternatives page You are here: Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Forum Standing Committee Working Groups Quick Links Sitemap Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Officers National focal points Forum standing committee Regional groups IFCS champions Forum sessions Financing work programme Publications Resources Contact IFCS Meetings calendar Links © WHO 2022
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Score: 781442.5 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...e/substitution/electronics/en/
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Import substitution in Brazil between 1995 and 2000 | Publication | Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Skip to main content United Nations Español English Português About ECLAC Executive Secretary Headquarters and offices Library CEPAL Review Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Menu Home Work areas 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Gender affairs International trade and integration Economic development Production, productivity and management Social development Sustainable development and human settlements Statistics Planning for development (ILPES) Population and development Natural resources Cooperation Publications Data and statistics Training Press Centre Events Home Work areas 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Gender affairs International trade and integration Economic development Production, productivity and management Social development Sustainable development and human settlements Statistics Planning for development (ILPES) Population and development Natural resources Cooperation Publications Data and statistics Training Press Centre Events Search About ECLAC Executive Secretary Headquarters and offices Library CEPAL Review ES EN PT You are here Home » Publications » Import substitution in Brazil between 1995 and 2000 Available in: English Español Import substitution in Brazil between 1995 and 2000 August 2006 | Regular Publications, Reviews and Bulletins » CEPAL Review International trade and integration Author: Baumann, Renato - Franco, Ana Maria UN symbol.: LC/G.2312-P p. 179-192 August 2006 Download Publication pdf Description The Brazilian economy suffered major changes in the second half of the 1990s, when price stabilization, trade liberalization with an overvalued exchange rate and privatizations altered productive processes in various sectors and led to import substitution, among other phenomena. Import substitution occurred in particular following the reform of the exchange-rate regime, which entailed a substantial devaluation in early 1999. This article seeks to measure the intensity of that process, distinguishing effects that can be related to exchange-rate variations induced by relative prices alone (spontaneous import substitution); from those that reflect levels of effective protection (import substitution induced by trade policy);.
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Score: 780613.87 - https://www.cepal.org/en/publi...n-brazil-between-1995-and-2000
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Van Vuuren Membres suppléants / Substitute members / Miembros suplentes Mr. L. Chen Sr. (...) Tabani Membres suppléants / Substitute members / Miembros suplentes M. M. Barde M. (...) GUARIELLO Member appointed by the City of Turin: The Mayor of Turin (or his substitute) The Chairperson of the Regional Council of Piedmont (or his substitute) The Chairperson of the “Unione industriale di Torino” (or his substitute) Miembro designado por el Gobierno italiano: Sra.
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Score: 778399.7 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...rds/relm/gb/refs/pdf/comms.pdf
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Advisers Mr/Ms Surname (family name) First name (personal name) Position/title Ministry/institution Substitute delegate? 3 Employers’ delegate Mr/Ms Surname (family name) First name (personal name) Position/title Organization Advisers Mr/Ms Surname (family name) First name (personal name) Position/title Ministry/organization Substitute delegate? 3 3 Please indicate yes if the adviser is also nominated as a substitute delegate. An adviser who is acting as substitute for his/her delegate may speak and vote under the same conditions as the delegate who is being replaced (Art. 1, para. 4, of the Rules for Regional Meetings). ERM-10-D1-Credentials-Form-[RELME-170504-2]-En (1).docx 3 Workers’ delegate Mr/Ms Surname (family name) First name (personal name) Position/title Organization Advisers Mr/Ms Surname (family name) First name (personal name) Position/title Ministry/organization Substitute delegate? 4 Other information The information requested below, concerning the employers’ and workers’ organizations consulted for the nomination of the delegation as well as the extent to which the government has paid the participation expenses of the tripartite delegation, is necessary for the Credentials Committee to discharge its functions.
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Score: 777841.5 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_568479.pdf
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Advisers Mr/Ms Surname (family name) First name (personal name) Position/title Ministry/institution Substitute delegate? 3 Employers’ delegate Mr/Ms Surname (family name) First name (personal name) Position/title Organization Advisers Mr/Ms Surname (family name) First name (personal name) Position/title Ministry/organization Substitute delegate? 3 3 Please indicate yes if the adviser is also nominated as a substitute delegate. An adviser who is acting as substitute for his/her delegate may speak and vote under the same conditions as the delegate who is being replaced (Art. 1, para. 4, of the Rules for Regional Meetings). ERM-10-D1-Credentials-Form-[RELME-170504-2]-En (1).docx 3 Workers’ delegate Mr/Ms Surname (family name) First name (personal name) Position/title Organization Advisers Mr/Ms Surname (family name) First name (personal name) Position/title Ministry/organization Substitute delegate? 4 Other information The information requested below, concerning the employers’ and workers’ organizations consulted for the nomination of the delegation as well as the extent to which the government has paid the participation expenses of the tripartite delegation, is necessary for the Credentials Committee to discharge its functions.
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Score: 777841.5 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_568479.pdf
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Advisers Mr/Ms Surname (family name) First name (personal name) Position/title Ministry/institution Substitute delegate? 3 Employers’ delegate Mr/Ms Surname (family name) First name (personal name) Position/title Organization Advisers Mr/Ms Surname (family name) First name (personal name) Position/title Ministry/organization Substitute delegate? 3 3 Please indicate yes if the adviser is also nominated as a substitute delegate. An adviser who is acting as substitute for his/her delegate may speak and vote under the same conditions as the delegate who is being replaced (Art. 1, para. 4, of the Rules for Regional Meetings). ERM-10-D1-Credentials-Form-[RELME-170504-2]-En (1).docx 3 Workers’ delegate Mr/Ms Surname (family name) First name (personal name) Position/title Organization Advisers Mr/Ms Surname (family name) First name (personal name) Position/title Ministry/organization Substitute delegate? 4 Other information The information requested below, concerning the employers’ and workers’ organizations consulted for the nomination of the delegation as well as the extent to which the government has paid the participation expenses of the tripartite delegation, is necessary for the Credentials Committee to discharge its functions.
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Score: 777841.5 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_560524.pdf
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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. “While progress has been made, far too many countries in the Pacific region are falling behind in putting in place and enforcing legal measures to protect babies from breast-milk substitutes,” said Sheldon Yett, UNICEF Pacific Representative. (...) 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: 777087.74 - https://www.who.int/samoa/news...ies-on-breast-milk-substitutes
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It also aims to and ensure breast-milk substitutes are used safely when they are necessary. It bans all forms of promotion of substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples. (...) UNICEF/Page The breast-milk substitute business is a big one, with annual sales amounting to almost US$ 45 billion worldwide.
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Score: 775202.25 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...g-inadequate-in-most-countries
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WHO | Forum Standing Committee Working Groups Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Menu Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Officers National focal points Forum standing committee Regional groups IFCS champions Forum sessions Financing work programme Publications Forum Standing Committee Working Groups Substitution and Alternatives Case studies - Examples Pollution Prevention Success Story on Toxic Chemical Substitution at a Printing Plant at Barksdale AFB (1995) Document provide by PRO-ACT . (...) Initiative: Toxic Chemical Substitution printing, solvents Related links case studies in agriculture back to Substitution and Alternatives page You are here: Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Forum Standing Committee Working Groups Quick Links Sitemap Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Officers National focal points Forum standing committee Regional groups IFCS champions Forum sessions Financing work programme Publications Resources Contact IFCS Meetings calendar Links © WHO 2022
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Score: 774904.5 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...tee/substitution/barksdale/en/
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