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Microsoft Word - 2015 INFOODS Success Stories.docx 2015 INFOODS Success Story Prize      Implementation of FAO/INFOODS e‐Learning on Food Composition Data in nutrition and dietetics course at Bern University of Applied Sciences  Esther Infanger, RD, MNutr, Swiss Society for Nutrition (Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Ernährung)  Background  Currently, there are two universities in Switzerland which offer  a full time course in nutrition and dietetics (BSc).  (...) It is declared as compulsory and exam questions  can be drawn from its contents.  Success  It is too early to notice or measure any effect (or success) of this implementation. But the fact that food  composition is now a formal and compulsory part of the nutrition and dietetics training should certainly  be seen as a success. And hopefully, one day, these lectures will also be incorporated into the  programme of the other university in Geneva.            
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Score: 423804.64 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...uccess_stories/Switzerland.pdf
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The 10 “fast-track” countries highlighted in the Success Factors studies will also run national press campaigns, telling their own stories of how strategies tailored to their country context, strengths and challenges have led to success in protecting the health of women, children and newborns. In the coming months, each of the “10 fast-track” countries will publish a full report on success factors contributing to country progress on the health of women and children. First among these comes from Rwanda, where the Ministry of Health together with stakeholders from the health sector and sectors outside health, has documented how the country has made significant progress in improving the health of women and children, focusing on policy and programme management practices. The country report “Success Factors for Women’s and Children’s Health: Rwanda” is now available online.
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Score: 423718.85 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi.../news/2014/success_factors/en/
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There is a strong link with existing food composition database centres.   The success of the course is also shown by the increasing number of self‐paying participants.  Source   Three heroes in the field food composition have been very important for the success of the Foodcomp  Course. Unfortunately all three have passed away in recent years.   (...) Joanne  2015 INFOODS Success Story Prize      Holden brought a link to the USDA and supported the course up to 2011.  
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Score: 423718.85 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...success_stories/Wageningen.pdf
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Notification of succession Website Georgia 04 November 1992 Convention concerning the International Exchange of Publications. (...) Notification of succession Georgia 04 November 1992 Convention against Discrimination in Education. (...) Notification of succession Website Georgia 04 November 1992 Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage.
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Score: 423611.7 - https://en.unesco.org/countries/georgia/conventions
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Contact: [email protected] Update on global call for proposals of successful collaboration across sectors for women's, children's and adolescents' health 19 February 2018 – Geneva, Switzerland Vector Works/R. (...) PMNCH is in the process of informing the twelve successful applicants and once confirmed; they will be unveiled at a special event on 11 April in New Delhi to kick-start the countdown to the 2018 Partners’ Forum. (...) Process to select case studies pdf, 205kb « Previous page 1 2 3 4 5 Introduction The 12 Country case studies Papers and publications Global effort and partners Archive Success Factors case studies Success Factors case studies from 12 countries announced 11 April 2018 12 Success Factors country case studies pdf, 1.39Mb Earlier Success Factors Learn about PMNCH’s 2014 studies on Success Factors for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health Partners’ Forum Partners’ Forum 2018 website You are here: Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health Knowledge Centre Quick Links Key documents PMNCH vision Strategy and workplan Annual report PMNCH pamphlet Stay informed PMNCH e-blast Press centre Knowledge centre Get involved Become a member Requests for proposals Employment Share your news Contact us Keep in touch © WHO 2022
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Score: 423611.7 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...ge/case-studies/en/index4.html
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It is both my honor and pleasure that I can share with you the success of this initiative since its inception in 1987. (...) Ladies and gentlemen, this is an incredible success! Facing the success and efficiency of this aid program we can’t help but ask: how is this possible? Why is the Mectizan Donation Program so successful that other long-term medical aid programs adopt its set-up?
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Score: 423504.6 - https://www.who.int/tdr/news/documents/oschmann_speech.pdf
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Nepal is one of ten countries featured in the Success Factors study, a collaborative effort that seeks to draw lessons from high performing countries on accelerating progress towards reducing preventable maternal and child mortality. The next phase of the Success Factors study includes multi-stakeholder consultations in the 10 countries between January and March 2014. (...) The draft findings for the overall Success Factors study and the proposed recommendations for the post-2015 development agenda will also be further developed.
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Score: 422751.4 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/media/news/2014/nepal/en/
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By knowing the objectives and the biological processes involved, a set of desirable traits can be chosen and easily measured to determine phytoremediation success throughout the course of the project. https://doi.org/10.1080/15226510701709689 Corresponding Author Ronald S. (...) Non-plant variables such as soil composition and contaminant levels also provide information about success of the system. Sources 1. Dickmann, D.I. and Stuart, K.W. 1983. (...) In addition, proper field establish- ment and maintenance of trees, along with evaluation of tree metrics, help to quantify tree success.
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Score: 422495.5 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/4...3ab2cd6a8a018eb0b9f0821d03.pdf
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1 SUCCESS FACTORS FOR MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH IN CAMBODIA: STAKEHOLDER REVIEW, April 1 2014 Time Activity 08:30–9:00 09:00–09:20 09:20-09:45 Session objective: Review of background to the Success Factors Study, process used in Cambodia and summary of main findings 1. Introduction • Welcoming Remarks (T Rathavy, MOH Cambodia) • Welcoming Remarks - and update on iERG report 2013 (M Takeuchi, WHO Cambodia) • Review of agenda and introduction of participants (Session moderator –T Rathavy) 2. Background to the Success Factors Study and the review of the Success Factor summary for Cambodia (John Murray) 3. (...) Group feedback in plenary session (moderator: MOH Cambodia) 16:30 -16:45 Session objective: Decide on next steps for completing the Success Factors document and using findings 7. Plenary discussion of next steps to finalize the document and opportunities for using Success Factor findings (John Murray) Close Group Work: Review of Success Factors for Maternal and Child Health Document Time: 3 hours (for all sections) Resources: Draft Success Factor Summary Document with notes from key informant interviews Materials: Laptop computer from group members Procedures: Please appoint a rapporteur for your group who will record the considerations of the group electronically, and then read the summary in plenary session (please keep the summary to less than 5 minutes).
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Score: 422495.5 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...blications/cambodia_agenda.pdf
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Practical Disarmament Initiative: Developing Good Practice for Measuring PSSM Success, Effectiveness and Impact – UNODA     Welcome to the United Nations. (...) Activities: A two-day participatory round table meeting of states, implementing partners, stakeholders and experts identified best practices and guiding indicators for measuring PSSM success, effectiveness and impact as well as outputs and outcomes of PSSM. (...) Discussion was captured in an outcome document, ‘ Developing Good Practice for Measuing the Success, Effectiveness and Impact of PSSM ’ which included a schedule of standard output indicators and opportunities for measuring PSSM’s success in terms of its contribution to SDG 16.4.
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Score: 421967.1 - https://www.un.org/disarmament/unscar/2015-mag/
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