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Select language Select language English 中文 Western Pacific Australia Home / News / Detail / Working towards self-sufficiency in safe blood and blood products Working towards self-sufficiency in safe blood and blood products 13 June 2013 News release Hanoi, Viet Nam   On World Blood Donor Day (14 June), the World Health Organization (WHO) urges governments to strengthen national blood systems and take concrete steps to attain self-sufficiency in safe blood and blood products based on 100% voluntary unpaid blood donation. (...) Without these, the infrastructure and the human and financial resources needed to ensure the availability of sufficient supplies of safe blood and blood products are unlikely to be provided. (...) Blood transfusions can help patients suffering from life-threatening conditions live a longer and higher quality life. It also has an essential, life-saving role in the care of mothers and young children.
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Score: 1004597.1 - https://www.who.int/australia/...-safe-blood-and-blood-products
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your view… … and FAO definition 2015 “household seed security can be said to exist when the household has sufficient access to adequate quantities of good quality seed and planting materials of preferred crop varieties at all times following both good and bad cropping seasons” Seed Security & Food Security: differences and similarities Food Security is “when all people at all times have access to sufficient, safe, nutritious food to maintain a healthy and active life” World Food Summit 1996 Food Security and Seed Security: what do they have in common? (...) Q & A and SSCF Parameters (I) • Availability of seed • Access to seed • Varietal suitability of seed • Seed quality • Resilience of the seed system SSCF Parameters (I) - Availability Seed sources 1. owned saved seed (OSS) 2. social network seed (SNS) 3. local market seed (LMS) 4. formal seed sector (FSS) 5. seed-aid seed (SAS) Indicators • Sufficient quantity from one or more sources • Seed in close proximity (distance) • Seed available in time for planting Farmers’ seed supply from all sources regardless of the variety or quality of seed. (...) Seed quality indicators 1) Famers satisfaction with quality seed from all sources 2) % germination, % PP, %VP 3) Incidence of seed-borne diseases/pest Quality attributes: • Germination • Physical purity • Varietal purity • Seed health  Seed quality attributes are an essential parameters  Potential positive or negative impact on the farmers ability to successfully establish a crop and to have a reasonably yield SSCF Parameters (V) – Resilience of the seed system Resilience is the degree to which the household’s seed system can resist, adapt to and recover from shocks and stresses which threaten the integrity of household seed security.
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Score: 1000026.4 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...al/Day_1/Day_1_-_S4_-_SSCF.pdf
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Western Pacific Republic of Korea Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Working towards self-sufficiency in safe blood and blood products Working towards self-sufficiency in safe blood and blood products 13 June 2013 News release Hanoi, Viet Nam   On World Blood Donor Day (14 June), the World Health Organization (WHO) urges governments to strengthen national blood systems and take concrete steps to attain self-sufficiency in safe blood and blood products based on 100% voluntary unpaid blood donation. (...) Without these, the infrastructure and the human and financial resources needed to ensure the availability of sufficient supplies of safe blood and blood products are unlikely to be provided. (...) Blood transfusions can help patients suffering from life-threatening conditions live a longer and higher quality life. It also has an essential, life-saving role in the care of mothers and young children.
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Score: 992936.7 - https://www.who.int/republicof...-safe-blood-and-blood-products
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Western Pacific Japan Home Health Topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Working towards self-sufficiency in safe blood and blood products Working towards self-sufficiency in safe blood and blood products 13 June 2013 News release Hanoi, Viet Nam   On World Blood Donor Day (14 June), the World Health Organization (WHO) urges governments to strengthen national blood systems and take concrete steps to attain self-sufficiency in safe blood and blood products based on 100% voluntary unpaid blood donation. (...) Without these, the infrastructure and the human and financial resources needed to ensure the availability of sufficient supplies of safe blood and blood products are unlikely to be provided. (...) Blood transfusions can help patients suffering from life-threatening conditions live a longer and higher quality life. It also has an essential, life-saving role in the care of mothers and young children.
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Score: 992936.7 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...-safe-blood-and-blood-products
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Select language Select language English ລາວ Western Pacific Lao People's Democratic Republic Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail WPRO / Working towards self-sufficiency in safe blood and blood products Working towards self-sufficiency in safe blood and blood products 13 June 2013 News release Hanoi, Viet Nam   On World Blood Donor Day (14 June), the World Health Organization (WHO) urges governments to strengthen national blood systems and take concrete steps to attain self-sufficiency in safe blood and blood products based on 100% voluntary unpaid blood donation. (...) Without these, the infrastructure and the human and financial resources needed to ensure the availability of sufficient supplies of safe blood and blood products are unlikely to be provided. (...) Blood transfusions can help patients suffering from life-threatening conditions live a longer and higher quality life. It also has an essential, life-saving role in the care of mothers and young children.
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Score: 992936.7 - https://www.who.int/laos/news/...-safe-blood-and-blood-products
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Provisions concerning quality B. Classification iii. Under Class II: This class includes carrots that do not qualify for inclusion in the higher classes but satisfy the minimum requirements specified above. * Submitted late due to secretariat resource constraints. (...) Sweden also proposes that the requirement that carrots must be sufficiently dried after washing be removed. Under Section II. Provisions concerning quality A. Minimum requirements: One of of the minimum requirements states the following: • Free of abnormal external moisture i.e. sufficiently dried after washing Motivation: At packaging and washing, the carrots are often not dried, but packaged moist.
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Score: 989116 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul.../files/2021-05/GE1_2021_6E.pdf
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Are objective methods and network planning models recommended by the ITU-T able to predict the influence of transmission impairments on recognition performance and synthesised speech quality as well? Are the requirements defined for ensuring a sufficiently high speech communication quality also sufficient to guarantee high recognition accuracy? Which quality aspects are important for the users of such services? (...) New Recommendation P.QVS: Quality prediction models for services based on speech technology.
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Score: 988326.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2005...08/com12/q12roadmap/index.html
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· Is the cost of maintenance of the water well or pumping system affordable for the community? Quality Water used by households and individuals for domestic and personal uses must be of sufficient quality to protect their health. (...) If so, how is this done? · Has the quality of the water and the water source been tested and/or monitored? (...) If not, what is the alternative solution? · Are there sufficient toilets available in the community or household?
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Score: 983784 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...2021-12/call-for-input-en.docx
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As the outcome of this work, it is expected to have new Recommendations on parameters which are related to the quality of such services, and on models which are able to predict overall service quality from these parameters. (...) Are objective methods and network planning models recommended by the ITU-T able to predict the influence of transmission impairments on recognition performance and synthesised speech quality as well? Are the requirements defined for ensuring a sufficiently high speech communication quality also sufficient to guarantee high recognition accuracy? Which quality aspects are important for the users of such services?
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Score: 982076.6 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2005-2008/com12/sg12-q12.html
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Microsoft PowerPoint - 13TFAJ_III.3_AJAQ_Sobotta.ppt - Compatibility Mode Access to justice in cases relating to air quality Relevant case law of the CJEU 13th meeting of the Task Force on Access to Justice Christoph Sobotta Chambers of Advocate General Juliane Kokott, CJEU Personal view No knowledge of the Court‘s deliberations Work in Progress, licence: CC-BY-SA 3.0 Germany EU Ambient Air Quality Rules • Various limit values on specific pollutants in the ambient air • Art. 13(1) + Annex XI of Directive 2008/50 • Limit values of certain pollutants in the ambient air are laid down: sulphur dioxide, PM10 (2005), lead, and carbon monoxide [+ some instances of PM2.5], nitrogen dioxide (NO2 – 2010 + 5 year extension possible) and benzene • Art. 23(1) of Directive 2008/50 • Where … the levels of pollutants in ambient air exceed any limit value … Member States shall ensure that air quality plans are established for those zones and agglomerations in order to achieve the related limit value or target value ... • In the event of exceedances of those limit values for which the attainment deadline is already expired, the air quality plans shall set out appropriate measures, so that the exceedance period can be kept as short as possible. … Legislation Ambient Air Quality Rules In Practice • PM10 (particles, dust) are an issue in cities where wood or lignite (brown coal) are used for heating, in particular in Bulgaria or Poland • NO2 is an issue in cities with much automobile traffic with diesel engines, many EU 15 Member States are affected, eg. (...) Legislation Janecek - EU:C:2008:447 Munich, Landshuter Allee Foto: Monacoporter Janecek - EU:C:2008:447 • Breach of EU limit values for ambient air quality was not disputed (Dir 96/62 & Dir 99/30) • Mr. (...) If there is discretion, at least the limits of this discrection must be enforced by the courts – Placement based on sound and up-to date scientific data? – Sufficient documentation of decision? Deutsche Umwelthilfe C-752/18 (EU:C:2019:1114) Enforcement • German region of Bavaria refuses to ban diesel cars in cities, alternative measures do not promise a solution in the near future • Supreme Administrative Court of the region imposed two penalty payments of 4.000 Euros each that were paid from the environmental authorities to regional ministry of finance • Reference to the CJEU: What to do?
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Score: 981801.2 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul.../13TFAJ_III.3_AJAQ_Sobotta.pdf
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