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It is composed of two elements, the dollar track and the local-currency track or local track. (...) It is possible that the dollar track will sometimes be more beneficial than the local track, and vice versa. (...) Paragraph 31(b) of the PAS provides for the reversion from the two-track system to the dollar track by beneficiaries who have opted for the two-track system.
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Score: 770669.5 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1198.pdf
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He retired in Switzerland in 1994 and opted for the “local track” pension; some years later, he relocated to Argentina (...) Pio’s application for discontinuance of the “local track” pension payment in his case and reversion to payment in US dollars. 6. (...) Accordingly, the Fund should suspend the local currency track retroactively to January 2009, the date of Mr.
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Score: 738218.26 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2015-UNAT-569.pdf
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Pio wrote to the Fund claiming that the application of the “local track”, albeit paid in USD, was a mistake, as he had requested to be paid on the US dollar track following his change of residence to Argentina. (...) Pio’s benefits were thus recalculated accordingly under the “local track” feature of the PAS. Under the PAS, the “local track” would be adjusted pursuant to movements in the CPI in Argentina. 25. (...) He therefore requested the UNJSPF to suspend the application of the “local track” and to pay his pension benefit on the US dollar track, in accordance with paragraph 26 of the PAS.
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Score: 736171.63 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-344.pdf
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He opted to switch to a “local track” pension some years later. 3. In 2009, Mr. (...) Larghi sought application of the “special measure” and, thus, his benefits were recalculated accordingly under the “local track” feature of the PAS. Under the PAS, the “local track” would be adjusted pursuant to movements in the CPI in Argentina. 21. (...) He recalled that paragraph 26(a) of the PAS permitted him to discontinue the “local track” in countries where “the local currency track would lead to aberrant results”.
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Score: 729805.03 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-343.pdf
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On 23 November 2010, the Secretary-General filed his answer in respect of Mezoui’s application for interpretation, her interlocutory appeals in respect of the UNDT Orders 71, 72, and 73 and her motion for a “joinder and fast track hearing” of her interlocutory appeals. (...) First, on Mezoui’s motion for a “joinder and fast-track hearing” of her interlocutory appeals, we have consolidated the appeals and decided them today. (...) The motion for joinder of interlocutory appeals and their fast-track hearing is denied as interlocutory and moot.
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Score: 699007.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2011-unat-101.pdf
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The PMNCH 2012 Report72 BURDEN OF DISEASE, PROGRESS ON MDG 4 AND 5A IN COUNTDOWN TO 2015 COUNTRIES AND NUMBER OF COMMITMENTS Annex 3 COUNTRY UNDER-5 MORTALITY RATE (DEATHS PER 1,000 LIVE BIRTHS), 2010 UNDER-5 MORTALITY AVERAGE ANNUAL % CHANGE 1990- 2010 O N OR OFF TRACK FOR MDG465 NUMBER OF U5 DEATHS (THOUSANDS), 2010 MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE (DEATHS PER 100,000 LIVE BIRTHS), 2010 MATERNAL MORTALITY ANNUAL % CHANGE 1990-2010 ON OR OFF TRACK FOR MDG5A66 NUMBER OF MATERNAL DEATHS, 2010 # OF COMMITMENTS AFGHANISTAN* 149 -1.7 off track 191 460 -5.1 off track 6,400 13 ANGOLA 161 -2.1 off track 121 450 -4.8 off track 3,600 5 AZERBAIJAN 46 -3.5 off track 9 43 -1.3 off track 79 1 BANGLADESH* 48 -5.5 on track 140 240 -5.8 on track 7,200 25 BENIN* 115 -2.2 off track 39 350 -3.9 off track 1,200 9 BOLIVIA (PLURINATIONAL STATE OF) 54 -4 on track 14 190 -4.2 off track 510 5 BOTSWANA 48 -1 off track 2 160 0.7 off track 75 5 BRAZIL 19 -5.7 on track 55 56 -3.7 off track 1,700 9 BURKINA FASO* 176 -0.8 off track 120 300 -4.1 off track 2,100 15 BURUNDI* 142 -1.3 off track 38 800 -1.6 off track 2,200 10 CAMBODIA* 51 -4.3 on track 16 250 -5.8 on track 790 16 CAMEROON 136 0 off track 93 690 0.1 off track 4,900 9 CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC* 159 -0.2 off track 23 890 -0.2 off track 1,400 6 CHAD* 173 -0.9 off track 80 1,100 0.9 off track 5,300 7 CHINA 18 -4.9 on track 315 37 -5.7 on track 6,000 10 COMOROS* 86 -1.9 off track 2 280 -2.2 off track 79 3 CONGO 93 -1.1 off-track 13 560 1.5 off track 800 2 CONGO, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE* 170 -0.3 off-track 465 540 -2.7 off track 15,000 19 CÔTE D’IVOIRE* 123 -1 off track 80 400 -2.8 off track 2,700 11 DJIBOUTI 91 -1.5 off track 2 200 -1.8 off track 51 5 EGYPT 22 -7.3 on track 41 66 -6.1 on track 1,200 8 EQUATORIAL GUINEA 121 -2.3 off track 3 240 -7.7 on track 61 0 ERITREA* 61 -4.2 on track 11 240 -6.3 on track 460 2 ETHIOPIA* 106 -2.8 off track 271 350 -4.9 off track 9,000 27 GABON 74 -1.1 off track 3 230 -0.8 off track 94 2 GAMBIA* 98 -2.6 off track 6 360 -3.3 off track 230 3 GHANA* 74 -2.5 off track 57 350 -2.5 off track 2,700 19 GUATEMALA 32 -4.5 on track 14 120 -1.4 off track 550 8 GUINEA* 130 -2.8 off track 48 610 -3.3 off track 2,400 6 GUINEA-BISSAU* 150 -1.7 off track 8 790 -1.6 off track 460 3 HAITI* 165 0.4 off track 45 350 -2.8 off track 940 16 INDIA 63 -3 off track 1696 200 -5.3 off track 56,000 31 INDONESIA 35 -4.4 on track 151 220 -4.9 off track 9,600 10 IRAQ 39 -0.8 on track 43 63 -1.7 off track 710 0 * Countries with an asterisk are among the 49 Global Strategy priority countries. 73Analysing Progress on Commitments to the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health COUNTRY UNDER-5 MORTALITY RATE (DEATHS PER 1,000 LIVE BIRTHS), 2010 UNDER-5 MORTALITY AVERAGE ANNUAL % CHANGE 1990- 2010 O N OR OFF TRACK FOR MDG465 NUMBER OF U5 DEATHS (THOUSANDS), 2010 MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE (DEATHS PER 100,000 LIVE BIRTHS), 2010 MATERNAL MORTALITY ANNUAL % CHANGE 1990-2010 ON OR OFF TRACK FOR MDG5A66 NUMBER OF MATERNAL DEATHS, 2010 # OF COMMITMENTS KENYA* 85 -0.8 off track 122 360 -0.5 off track 5,500 25 KOREA, DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF* 33 -1.6 on track 12 81 -0.9 off track 280 2 KYRGYZSTAN* 38 -3.2 on track 5 71 -0.1 off track 91 7 LAO PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC* 54 -4.9 on track 8 470 -5.9 on track 670 10 LESOTHO 85 -0.2 off track 5 620 0.9 off track 370 11 LIBERIA* 103 -4 on track 15 770 -2.2 off track 1,200 12 MADAGASCAR* 62 -4.7 on track 44 240 -4.8 off track 1,800 11 MALAWI* 92 -4.4 on track 56 460 -4.3 off track 3,000 21 MALI* 178 -1.8 off track 120 540 -3.5 off track 3,800 16 MAURITANIA* 111 -0.6 off track 13 510 -2 off track 590 4 MEXICO 17 -5.3 on track 37 50 -3 off track 1,100 10 MOROCCO 36 -4.4 on track 23 100 -5.1 off track 650 3 MOZAMBIQUE* 135 -2.4 off track 114 490 -3 off track 4,300 22 MYANMAR* 66 -2.6 off track 56 200 -4.7 off track 1,600 10 NEPAL* 50 -5.2 on track 35 170 -7.3 on track 1,200 15 NIGER* 143 -3.9 off track 100 590 -3.5 off track 4,500 7 NIGERIA* 143 -2 off track 861 630 -2.7 off track 40,000 24 PAKISTAN* 87 -1.8 off track 423 260 -3.1 off track 12,000 20 PAPUA NEW GUINEA* 61 -1.9 off track 12 230 -2.6 off track 480 8 PERU 19 -7.1 on track 11 67 -5.2 off track 400 7 PHILIPPINES 29 -3.6 on track 66 99 -2.7 off track 2,300 11 RWANDA* 91 -2.9 off track 38 340 -4.8 off track 1,500 19 SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE* 80 -0.8 off track 0 70 -3.7 off track 4 2 SENEGAL* 75 -3.1 off track 34 370 -2.9 off track 1,700 12 SIERRA LEONE* 174 -2.3 off track 39 890 -1.9 off track 2,000 13 SOLOMON ISLANDS* 27 -2.6 on track 0 93 -2.4 off track 16 2 SOMALIA* 180 0 off track 70 1,000 0.6 off track 4,200 7 SOUTH AFRICA 57 -0.3 off track 58 300 0.9 off track 3,200 15 SOUTH SUDAN not available not available not assessed not available not available not available not assessed not available 14 SUDAN 103 -1 off track 143 730 -1.6 off track 10,000 11 SWAZILAND 78 -1 off track 3 320 0.3 off track 110 9 TAJIKISTAN* 63 -3.1 off track 12 65 -1.8 off track 130 6 TANZANIA, UNITED REPUBLIC OF* 76 -3.6 off track 133 460 -3.1 off track 8,500 25 TOGO* 103 -1.8 off track 19 300 -3.6 off track 580 5 TURKMENISTAN 56 -2.8 off track 6 67 -1 off track 73 2 UGANDA* 99 -2.8 off track 141 310 -3.2 off track 4,700 21 UZBEKISTAN* 52 -2 off track 31 28 -3.7 off track 160 3 VIET NAM* 23 -4 on track 34 59 -6.8 on track 860 14 YEMEN* 77 -2.5 off track 69 200 -5.3 off track 1,900 6 ZAMBIA* 111 -2.5 off track 60 440 -0.3 off track 2,600 18 ZIMBABWE* 80 0.1 off track 29 570 1.2 off track 2,200 14
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Score: 678110.84 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...ons/2012_pmnch_report_ann3.pdf
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Maternal mortality annual % change 1999-2010 8. On or off track for MDG5a 9. Number of maternal deaths, 2010 10. (...) U-5 avg annual % change 4. On/off track MDG4 5. # of U-5 deaths (000s) 2010 6. Mat mort ratio 2010 7. Mat mort annual % change 8. On/off track MDG5a 9. # of mat deaths 2010 10. # of commitments Afghanistan* 149 -1.7 off track 191 460 -5.1 off track 6,400 13 Angola 161 -2.1 off track 121 450 -4.8 off track 3,600 5 Azerbaijan 46 -3.5 off track 9 43 -1.3 off track 79 1 Bangladesh* 48 -5.5 on track 140 240 -5.8 on track 7,200 25 Benin* 115 -2.2 off track 39 350 -3.9 off track 1,200 9 Bolivia (Plurinational State of) 54 -4 on track 14 190 -4.2 off track 510 5 Botswana 48 -1 off track 2 160 0.7 off track 75 5 Brazil 19 -5.7 on track 55 56 -3.7 off track 1,700 9 Burkina Faso* 176 -0.8 off track 120 300 -4.1 off track 2,100 15 Burundi* 142 -1.3 off track 38 800 -1.6 off track 2,200 10 Cambodia* 51 -4.3 on track 16 250 -5.8 on track 790 16 Cameroon 136 0 off track 93 690 0.1 off track 4,900 9 Central African Republic* 159 -0.2 off track 23 890 -0.2 off track 1,400 6 Chad* 173 -0.9 off track 80 1,100 0.9 off track 5,300 7 China 18 -4.9 on track 315 37 -5.7 on track 6,000 10 Comoros* 86 -1.9 off track 2 280 -2.2 off track 79 3 Congo 93 -1.1 off-track 13 560 1.5 off track 800 2 Congo, Democratic Republic of the* 170 -0.3 off-track 465 540 -2.7 off track 15,000 19 Côte d’Ivoire* 123 -1 off track 80 400 -2.8 off track 2,700 11 Djibouti 91 -1.5 off track 2 200 -1.8 off track 51 5 Egypt 22 -7.3 on track 41 66 -6.1 on track 1,200 8 Equatorial Guinea 121 -2.3 off track 3 240 -7.7 on track 61 0 Eritrea* 61 -4.2 on track 11 240 -6.3 on track 460 2 Ethiopia* 106 -2.8 off track 271 350 -4.9 off track 9,000 27 Gabon 74 -1.1 off track 3 230 -0.8 off track 94 2 Gambia* 98 -2.6 off track 6 360 -3.3 off track 230 3 Ghana* 74 -2.5 off track 57 350 -2.5 off track 2,700 19 Guatemala 32 -4.5 on track 14 120 -1.4 off track 550 8 Guinea* 130 -2.8 off track 48 610 -3.3 off track 2,400 6 Guinea-Bissau* 150 -1.7 off track 8 790 -1.6 off track 460 3 Haiti* 165 0.4 off track 45 350 -2.8 off track 940 16 India 63 -3 off track 1696 200 -5.3 off track 56,000 31 Indonesia 35 -4.4 on track 151 220 -4.9 off track 9,600 10 Iraq 39 -0.8 on track 43 63 -1.7 off track 710 0 Kenya* 85 -0.8 off track 122 360 -0.5 off track 5,500 25 Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of* 33 -1.6 on track 12 81 -0.9 off track 280 2 Kyrgyzstan* 38 -3.2 on track 5 71 -0.1 off track 91 7 Lao People’s Democratic Republic* 54 -4.9 on track 8 470 -5.9 on track 670 10 Lesotho 85 -0.2 off track 5 620 0.9 off track 370 11 Liberia* 103 -4 on track 15 770 -2.2 off track 1,200 12 Madagascar* 62 -4.7 on track 44 240 -4.8 off track 1,800 11 Malawi* 92 -4.4 on track 56 460 -4.3 off track 3,000 21 Mali* 178 -1.8 off track 120 540 -3.5 off track 3,800 16 Mauritania* 111 -0.6 off track 13 510 -2 off track 590 4 Mexico 17 -5.3 on track 37 50 -3 off track 1,100 10 Morocco 36 -4.4 on track 23 100 -5.1 off track 650 3 Mozambique* 135 -2.4 off track 114 490 -3 off track 4,300 22 Myanmar* 66 -2.6 off track 56 200 -4.7 off track 1,600 10 Nepal* 50 -5.2 on track 35 170 -7.3 on track 1,200 15 Niger* 143 -3.9 off track 100 590 -3.5 off track 4,500 7 Nigeria* 143 -2 off track 861 630 -2.7 off track 40,000 24 Pakistan* 87 -1.8 off track 423 260 -3.1 off track 12,000 20 Papua New Guinea* 61 -1.9 off track 12 230 -2.6 off track 480 8 Peru 19 -7.1 on track 11 67 -5.2 off track 400 7 Philippines 29 -3.6 on track 66 99 -2.7 off track 2,300 11 Rwanda* 91 -2.9 off track 38 340 -4.8 off track 1,500 19 Sao Tome and Principe* 80 -0.8 off track 0 70 -3.7 off track 4 2 Senegal* 75 -3.1 off track 34 370 -2.9 off track 1,700 12 Sierra Leone* 174 -2.3 off track 39 890 -1.9 off track 2,000 13 Solomon Islands* 27 -2.6 on track 0 93 -2.4 off track 16 2 Somalia* 180 0 off track 70 1,000 0.6 off track 4,200 7 South Africa 57 -0.3 off track 58 300 0.9 off track 3,200 15 South Sudan not available not available not assessed not available not not available not assessed not available 14 available Sudan 103 -1 off track 143 730 -1.6 off track 10,000 11 Swaziland 78 -1 off track 3 320 0.3 off track 110 9 Tajikistan* 63 -3.1 off track 12 65 -1.8 off track 130 6 Tanzania, United Republic of* 76 -3.6 off track 133 460 -3.1 off track 8,500 25 Togo* 103 -1.8 off track 19 300 -3.6 off track 580 5 Turkmenistan 56 -2.8 off track 6 67 -1 off track 73 2 Uganda* 99 -2.8 off track 141 310 -3.2 off track 4,700 21 Uzbekistan* 52 -2 off track 31 28 -3.7 off track 160 3 Viet Nam* 23 -4 on track 34 59 -6.8 on track 860 14 Yemen* 77 -2.5 off track 69 200 -5.3 off track 1,900 6 Zambia* 111 -2.5 off track 60 440 -0.3 off track 2,600 18 Zimbabwe* 80 0.1 off track 29 570 1.2 off track 2,200 14 « Previous page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Next page » Contents Foreword Press release Download the report Executive summary Annex 3 Annex 4 Background papers Responses to questionnaire Director's blog #RMNCHResults LIVE TWEETCHAT Launch Brunch: PMNCH, Countdown & iERG In the news You are here: Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health News and events Press centre PMNCH releases 2012 Quick Links Key documents PMNCH vision Strategy and workplan Annual report PMNCH pamphlet Stay 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Score: 677347.17 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...12_pmnch_report/en/index4.html
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A country’s being on track can change with different years’ mortality estimates, and there is limited birth and death registration data. (...) ±±MDG 8: As there is no clear 'on track' criteria for MDG 8', marked as 'on track' if 2015 projected figure for indicator (Debt service as percentage of exports of goods and services and net income) is equal to zero and 'off track' otherwise; * Lao is currently considered 'off track' for MDG 4 based on 2012 data, however, it was 'on track' for MDG 4 based on 2010 reporting and when countries selected for analysis. Multisector progress BANGLADESH CAMBODIA CHINA EGYPT ETHIOPIA LAO NEPAL PERU RWANDA VIETNAM MDG 1 Poverty ON TRACK ON TRACK TARGET MET TARGET MET ON TRACK ON TRACK TARGET MET TARGET MET OFF TRACK TARGET MET Hunger TARGET MET TARGET MET TARGET MET TARGET MET ON TRACK OFF TRACK TARGET MET TARGET MET ON TRACK TARGET MET MDG 2 Education TARGET MET ON TRACK TARGET MET ON TRACK ON TRACK ON TRACK ON TRACK ON TRACK TARGET MET TARGET MET MDG 3 Gender disparity TARGET MET ON TRACK TARGET MET ON TRACK ON TRACK ON TRACK TARGET MET ON TRACK TARGET MET ON TRACK MDG 4 Child mortality TARGET MET TARGET MET TARGET MET TARGET MET TARGET MET OFF TRACK* TARGET MET TARGET MET ON TRACK ON TRACK MDG 5 Maternal mortality± ON TRACK TARGET MET ON TRACK ON TRACK ON TRACK ON TRACK TARGET MET ON TRACK ON TRACK TARGET MET Family planning ON TRACK ON TRACK ON TRACK ON TRACK ON TRACK ON TRACK OFF TRACK TARGET MET ON TRACK TARGET MET MDG 6 HIV TARGET MET OFF TRACK N/A TARGET MET OFF TRACK OFF TRACK OFF TRACK OFF TRACK TARGET MET OFF TRACK TB TARGET MET TARGET MET TARGET MET TARGET MET TARGET MET TARGET MET TARGET MET TARGET MET TARGET MET OFF TRACK MDG 7 Water TARGET MET TARGET MET TARGET MET TARGET MET ON TRACK TARGET MET TARGET MET ON TRACK OFF TRACK TARGET MET Sanitation ON TRACK OFF TRACK TARGET MET TARGET MET OFF TRACK TARGET MET OFF TRACK ON TRACK ON TRACK TARGET MET MDG 8 Stabilizing debt±± ON TRACK ON TRACK ON TRACK OFF TRACK ON TRACK ON TRACK OFF TRACK OFF TRACK OFF TRACK ON TRACK How was the enabling policy environment created for women’s and children’s health?
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Score: 668747.2 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...ents/2014/shyama_kuruvilla.pdf
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The following should provide you with, hopefully, a better understanding of the Two-Track System. What is it? The Two-Track system is composed of two elements, the dollar track and the local track. (...) Once you elect to switch to the Two-Track, you would now have two pension values, i.e., Dollar Track and Local Track. (...) This feature is thus composed of two elements, the dollar track and the local-currency track or local track.
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Score: 666734.2 - https://www.unjspf.org/documents/the-two-track/
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WHO | Trial page for Annex 3 to 2012 PMNCH Report Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Navigation Home About Our work News and events Knowledge centre Get involved Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu News and events Press centre Newsletter Videos Social media Trial page for Annex 3 to 2012 PMNCH Report Trial page ANNEX 3 COUNTRY UNDER-5 MORTALITY RATE (DEATHA PER 1000 LIVE BIRTHS), 2010 UNDER-5 MORTALITY AVERAGE ANNUAL % CHANGE 1999-2010 ON OR OFF TRACK FOR MDG4 NUMBER OF U5 DEATHS (THOUSANDS), 2010 MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE (DEATHS PER 100,000 LIVE BIRTHS), 2010 MATERNAL MORTALITY ANNUAL % CHANGE 1999-2010 ON OR OFF TRACK FOR MDG5 NUMBER OF MATERNAL DEATHS (THOUSANDS), 2010 # OF COMMITMENTS AFGHANISTAN 149 -1.7 off track 192 460 -5.1 off track 6,400 13 ANGOLA 161 -2.1 off track 121 450 -4.8 off track 3,600 5 AZERBAIDJAN 46 -3.5 off track 9 43 -1.3 off track 79 1 BANGLADESH 48 -5.5 on track 140 240 -5.8 on track 7,200 25 BENIN 115 -2.2 off track 39 350 -3.9 off track 1,200 9 BOLIVIA (PLURINATIONAL STATE OF 54 -4 on track 14 190 -4.2 off track 510 5 BOTSWANA 48 -1 off track 2 160 0.7 off track 75 5 BRAZIL 19 -5.7 on track 55 56 -3.7 off track 1,700 9 BURKINA FASO 176 -0.8 off track 120 300 -4.1 off track 2,100 10 BURUNDI 142 -1.3 off track 38 800 -1.6 off track 2,200 10 1 2 Next page » Contents Page 1 LIGHTBOXES FOR TABLES You are here: Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health News and events RMNCH News 2012 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: 666674.76 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/media/news/2012/2012_annex3/en/
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