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In Pohnpei, for example, the Kolonia dispensary is turning its top floor into an aerobic exercise centre. And while patients and staff move to the music on the top floor, patients in another room swap stories and share their concerns about managing their medication.
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Score: 1339263.5 - https://www.who.int/pitcairnis...icable-diseases-in-the-pacific
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In Pohnpei, for example, the Kolonia dispensary is turning its top floor into an aerobic exercise centre. And while patients and staff move to the music on the top floor, patients in another room swap stories and share their concerns about managing their medication.
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Score: 1339263.5 - https://www.who.int/northernma...icable-diseases-in-the-pacific
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In Pohnpei, for example, the Kolonia dispensary is turning its top floor into an aerobic exercise centre. And while patients and staff move to the music on the top floor, patients in another room swap stories and share their concerns about managing their medication.
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Score: 1339263.5 - https://www.who.int/tonga/news...icable-diseases-in-the-pacific
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In Pohnpei, for example, the Kolonia dispensary is turning its top floor into an aerobic exercise centre. And while patients and staff move to the music on the top floor, patients in another room swap stories and share their concerns about managing their medication.
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Score: 1339263.5 - https://www.who.int/tuvalu/new...icable-diseases-in-the-pacific
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In Pohnpei, for example, the Kolonia dispensary is turning its top floor into an aerobic exercise centre. And while patients and staff move to the music on the top floor, patients in another room swap stories and share their concerns about managing their medication.
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Score: 1339263.5 - https://www.who.int/vanuatu/ne...icable-diseases-in-the-pacific
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CODE OF PRACTICE FOR PACKING CARGO TRANSPORT UNITS – TEXT PRIORITIZED IN UPDATES: TRANSPORT STABILITY LEVEL, BEDDING ARRANGEMENTS, LOAD DISTRIBUTION, STABILIZERS AND OTHER CHANGES
There is no benefit of flooring the area under the cargo item with beams of lesser strength. 3.1.2.1 Step 1 - Minimum length 1. The bedding beams must be long enough to cover the distance of the container’s floor so that load from the cargo will not overstress the floor. 2. (...) The force acting on the cargo is the mass of the cargo (m) which is measured in kg or tontonne, multiplied by the acceleration (a) which is measured in m/s²: Chapter 6 Clause 6.4.1: Class A: 12.2 to 13.6 m long (maximum gross mass 34 tonstonnes); Class B: 30ft (9.125 m long); Class C: 7.15, 7.45 or 7.82 m long (maximum gross mass 16 tonstonnes). Chapter 6 6.4.5 Floors of swap bodies are built to withstand corresponding axle loads of 4,400 kg and wheel loads of 2,200 kg (reference: EN 283).
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Score: 1307227.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...ECE/TRANS/WP.24/2022/12&Lang=E
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OFS InvisiLight® Solutions exist but require technician (a few hours to do complete installation) © 2022 Nokia6 • Running fiber in concrete construction requires either, • Drilling through concrete to get to another room → hard to do • Deploying fiber at bottom of doorframe at the floor → exposes the fiber to damage (e.g. vacuum cleaners, pets, children, moving door, etc.) • Possibility of dirty connectors with single mode glass fiber • Maybe use plastic fiber (IEEE 802.3bv = 1Gbps)? (...) Pause to Look at Existing solutions Gateway ONT Single Wifi NID Wifi with extenders • Wifi6 & 6E = 1.2 – 4.8 - 9.6 Gbps (w 8ch and 160MHz) • Significantly overcomes concrete wall (see next slide) • Easy installation AP Gateway ONT Ethernet cable wall module AP AP NID Ethernet Cat 5 Capacity of existing solutions (1-10Gbps) exceeds foreseen needs (a few 100 Mbps) Gateway ONT Wifi Extenders NID © 2022 Nokia9 • Tests performed in sample Shanghai home • Concrete floor and walls • WiFi 6 with only 80MHz used (could go to 160MHz) • i.e. this WiFis is well below what the standard allows • Single WiFi provides 700-800Mbps nearby • Adding 2 extenders provides complete coverage • Goes from 0 to 300Mbps and 150 to 550Mbps Improving Wifi Bandwidth with Extenders Concrete floor and walls WiFi 6, 80 MHz STA6-10 connected to extenders Not near RGNear RG WiFi is an easy solution with plenty of BW headroom….can overcome concrete. © 2022 Nokia10 PON to the Room • PON promoted by FTTR initiative • GPON seems insufficient for Wifi 6E & 7 (only 2.5Gbps) • Need XGS to compete w. (...) splitter AP/ONTAP/ONT AP/ONT Gateway ONT + OLT PON Termination & fiber coil Jumper NID splitter AP/ONTAP/ONT AP/ONT Gateway ONT + Amplifier PON Termination & fiber coilJumper NID OLT PON © 2022 Nokia11 P2P Optical Ethernet to the Floor – EVEN SIMPLER • Use point to point fiber only where needed (for different floor or opposite end of house) • Use wifi extension for the rest • Provides 1-10Gbps, can evolve to FTTR as needed • Pros: Simple, lowest cost, scalable, evolvable Potential FTTR Architectures Optical Ethernet appears to be a valid alternative with flexible evolution AP ONT Gateway w P2P ports P2P OE FTTFloor NID Termination & fiber coil Jumper P2P Optical Ethernet to the Room – AN ALTERNATIVE • 1Gbps and 10Gbps optics readily available • Pros: simple, minimal change to GW, low cost P2P optics, no external splitters, supports EasyMesh, could easily daisy-chain • Cons: Multiple ports on GW and some parallel fibers – But both are minimized by daisy-chaining APAP AP ONT Gateway w P2P ports P2P OE FTTR NID Daisey chain Jumpers Connector Pannel Termination & fiber coil Single wifi Wifi with extenders P2P OE FTTF P2P OE FTTR © 2022 Nokia12 • Wi-Fi option is the cheapest • potential for increase BW with more spectrum • Exceeds BW needs of foreseen services • Fiber seems to be lower cost than Cat5/6 • PON solutions are the most expensive (GPON and XGS) • Optical Ethernet to-the-floor or to-the- room are the lowest cost solutions for FTTR • Could allow a flexible, scalable evolution path from Wifi to FTTFloor to FTTR using daisy- chain as needed Cost Comparison of Different In-Home Solutions • Labor rate for developed countries. • Shown for RG + 3 AP/ONTs Serious consideration should be given to OE as alternative to PON for FTTR wifi Cat5/6 Optical Ethernet PON © 2022 Nokia13 • Fiber in the Home is not new • Low profile indoor fiber and elegant installation techniques exist (for use by technician) • There is no shortage of BW with existing solutions for future needs • WiFi with extenders can provide 1Gbps+ (in theory up to 9.6Gbps w Wifi 6E, more with Wifi 7) • No installation required, can overcome concrete walls • Individual services seem to be no more than a few 100Mbps, the killer app being the speed test • Potential motivations for FTTR deal more with perceptions • Operators may upsell for a higher perceived value of fiber (e.g. higher speed test) • Real estate developers may add perceived value to their homes by pre-fibering • P2P Optical Ethernet is a low cost alternative to PON for FTTR • Already supported by EasyMesh • Simple change to existing GW’s – swap output ports with existing 1G or 10G Optics • A natural flexible evolution could be envisioned • Single wifi → wifi with extenders → P2P OE fiber to the floor → P2P OE FTTR Conclusions QUESTION: Is there anything still needed to allow P2P OE to be used as a standard solution for EasyMesh?
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Score: 1303809.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...8/Documents/Ronald%20Heron.pdf
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News | 15 July 2014 In line with the call by the UN General Assembly for closer collaboration within the UN system, the text recognizes the complementary roles of the two agencies in such key areas as child labour, human rights, social protection floors, technical and vocational training and education (TVET), development cooperation, youth employment, poverty eradication and South-South and triangular cooperation. (...) ILO and UNESCO will cooperate in the development and expansion of national social protection floors in line with the ILO’s recent Social Protection Floors Recommendation, 2012 (No. 202) and will contribute to efforts to promote policies that ensure income security and access to essential social services, in particular universal access to education. The ILO and UNESCO will increase their support to the UN System-wide Action Plan on Youth (Youth-SWAP) and internationally agreed priorities for youth development.
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Score: 1281733.8 - www.ilo.org/moscow/news...WCMS_327543/lang--en/index.htm
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News | 15 July 2014 In line with the call by the UN General Assembly for closer collaboration within the UN system, the text recognizes the complementary roles of the two agencies in such key areas as child labour, human rights, social protection floors, technical and vocational training and education (TVET), development cooperation, youth employment, poverty eradication and South-South and triangular cooperation. (...) ILO and UNESCO will cooperate in the development and expansion of national social protection floors in line with the ILO’s recent Social Protection Floors Recommendation, 2012 (No. 202) and will contribute to efforts to promote policies that ensure income security and access to essential social services, in particular universal access to education. The ILO and UNESCO will increase their support to the UN System-wide Action Plan on Youth (Youth-SWAP) and internationally agreed priorities for youth development.
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Score: 1281733.8 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/new...WCMS_327543/lang--en/index.htm
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Rationale: - when in classroom, small children play at tables and on large floor areas; eliminating carpets for hygiene reasons brings along the issue of cushioning children’s fall downs (in particular the small ones) and of dampening the noise in the building blocks centres. (...) [Describe if the classrooms have a single function (teaching-learning) or double/triple function] Is the building adequately maintained? Are the interior floors carpeted or covered with rugs? If YES, can they be removed? (...) Does a plan exist for placing marks on the floor/pavement indicating the routes the children should follow?
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Score: 1281728.3 - https://www.unicef.org/romania...BACAU%20AND%20BRASOV%20%20.pdf
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