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WHO | Global Summit on Civil Registration and Vital Statistics 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 Global Summit on Civil Registration and Vital Statistics 18-19 APRIL 2013 | BANGKOK, THAILAND First-ever global CRVS summit builds on PMNCH position to prioritize health beyond 2015 The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health joined more than 200 policymakers, academics, regional and country representatives, as well as representatives from multilateral organizations, development banks, the private sector and donor groups in participating in the first-ever global summit on civil registration and vital statistics. The summit, titled “Make Every Life Count,” was co-hosted by the World Health Organization and the Health Metrics Network and organized by a collaboration of United Nations and international development organizations with a stake and role to play in the improvement of civil registration and vital statistics around the world. The summit set out to accomplish the following objectives: galvanize multi-stakeholder support to civil registration and vital statistics as a priority development agenda; demonstrate the value of regional platforms to support country progress on civil registration and vital statistics systems strengthening and share lessons learned; explore innovations in civil registration and vital statistics systems and their potential for scaling up; agree on the priority actions moving forward for development partners involved in civil registration and vital statistics, through a Bangkok Statement, outlining and action plan for strengthening country civil registration and vital statistics systems. (...) Related links and documents Global Summit on Civil Registration and Vital Statistics Concept Note pdf, 553kb Summit programme pdf, 1.58Mb PMNCH summary statement on health in the post-2015 agenda – Revised 26 March 2013 pdf, 157kb More information about the PMNCH position on health in the post-2015 agenda Global Summit on Civil Registration and Vital Statistics website You are here: Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health News and events Calendar All 2013 Events 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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Better information for Better Results: Vital events, Maternal Death surveillance and Response and Innovation 1 Presentation Outline 1. (...) Civil Registration and Vital Statistics 2 Maternal Death Surveillance and Response Function Maternal Death Audit Vital Registration Identification and notification •Identify deaths to all Women in Reproductive Age •Ascertain whether maternal death •Notify maternal death cases •Register deaths •Notify maternal deaths Review •Review all maternal deaths Analysis and recommendations •Identify cause of maternal deaths and factors contributed to maternal deaths •For each maternal death make recommendation and action plan for implementation to prevent similar future deaths Response and monitoring •Annual report including assessment of whether recommendations have been implemented 3 Maternal Death Audit (background) • National MDA protocol developed and activities implemented since 2004. • In 2011: WHO supported to conduct MDA peer review workshop to review all MD cases in 2010 and made recommendations for further steps. (...) MDA (structure and mechanism) National MDA committee Maternal Death Situation Room Provincial MDA Committee Community (where MD happen) Private clinics NGOs OD MCH HC Investi gation Send summary report of MDA meeting (Quarterly) Weekly report of MD cases Civil Registration and Vital Statistics Call or email notify/ inform MD cases MoH MoI 8 MDA (strength) • Strengthen capacity of health providers to manage the case through training and routine MCAT meeting • Improve provider behaviour through internal staff meeting • Upgrade health facilities • Increase knowledge and reduce first and second delay in the communities • All health partners involve and support in MDA process. 9 MDA (challenges) • Delays in case review happened due to time constraints • The quality of investigation reports still low because of limited skills of investigators • Recommendations from the provincial MDA meeting are not always specific to generate action and insufficient follow up on the recommended actions • Lack of human resource from National MDA Committee to support Provincial MDA Committee • Shortage of funds to implement activities 10 Civil Registration and Vital statistics • 2011: pilot project to improve registration and death report with cause of deaths (supported by URC) • 2012: introduce computerized web-based CRVS (supported by URC/USAID) • 2013: Comprehensive Assessment of Civil Registration and Vital Statistics in Cambodia conducted (supported by WHO) 11 • Next steps: – Public Awareness Campaign to promote timely registration of vital events – Development of linkage and interoperability with the national HMIS system, for de-duplication and filling the gaps in civil registration data. – Phased country-wide scale up Computerized Web-based CRVS system by 2017 – Boosting completeness of birth and death registration to more than 90% by 2020. 12 Civil Registration and Vital statistics Thank you very much 13
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The panellists will reflect on key achievements and challenges and identify strategies and key actions that should be taken to accelerate progress in the improvement of civil registration and vital statistics systems in the coming eight years leading up to 2030. 6. (...) Regional strategy and action plan for civil registration and vital statistics and achieving the commitments of the 2030 Agenda (agenda item 13) The Africa Programme on Accelerated Improvement of Civil Registration and Vital Statistics Systems sets out the overall vision and action plan for the continent over the coming five years to support the systematic improvement of civil registration and vital statistics systems. (...) The draft conclusions and recommendations are expected to address policy and programme-related CRMC/6/EXP/2022/3 Page 8 actions that need to be taken at the country and regional levels to accelerate improvement of civil registration and vital statistics systems on the continent. 18.
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Score: 825734.2 - https://www.uneca.org/sites/de...onal-agenda_expert-segment.pdf
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WHO | Preventing chronic diseases: a vital investment Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) Full text Download pdf, 7.33Mb Part Two - The urgent need for action Overview of risk factors and burden of chronic disease globally. (...) Download pdf, 7.33Mb Report in different languages Arabic توقي الأمراض المزمنة: استثمار بالغ الأهمية Full text Download overview pdf, 15.92Mb Chinese 预防慢性病-项至关重要的投资 概要 Full text Download overview pdf, 6.06Mb English Preventing chronic diseases: a vital investment Full text Download overview pdf, 7.33Mb French Prévention des maladies chroniques: un investissement vital Full text Download overview pdf, 2.78Mb Download full report pdf, 7.34Mb Italian Prevenire le malattie croniche: un investimento vitale Download overview pdf, 2.04Mb Download full report pdf, 10.35Mb Portuguese Prevenção de doenças crônicas: um investimento vital Download overview pdf, 3.30Mb Russian Предотвращение хронических болезней: жизненно важное вложение средств Full text Download overview pdf, 6.02Mb Spanish Prevención de las enfermedades crónicas: una inversión vital Full text Download overview pdf, 2.55Mb Download full report pdf, 7.32Mb MORE ON CHRONIC DISEASE REPORT Media centre Press releases, broadcast footage, media contacts.
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Score: 825044.3 - https://www.who.int/chp/chronic_disease_report/contents/en/
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RecoRds and InfoRmatIon management guIdance United Nations Archives and Records Management Section 1 3 How do I know which records are vital? Only a very small portion of all your records are “vital” – that is, truly critical to help your office resume operations during or after an emergency or disaster. (...) Vital records are those official records that, in the event of a disaster, are essential for the recovery of vital operations and the ongoing business of a UN office. (...) But all operational personnel can and should support the identification of vital records. The first action is to identify the most critical business functions, by answering the two questions below. 1.
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Score: 818726.2 - https://archives.un.org/sites/...nes/guidance_vital_records.pdf
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Global action vital against chronic diseases that kill millions annually – UN report | | 1UN News Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Language العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Português Kiswahili Other Hindi हिंदी Global UN News Global perspective Human stories Search Search Advanced Search Main navigation Home Africa Americas Asia Pacific Middle East Europe UN Art and Gifts History Corner Topics Peace and Security Economic Development Humanitarian Aid Climate and Environment Human Rights UN Affairs Women Law and Crime Prevention Health Culture and Education SDGs Migrants and Refugees In depth Interviews Features Photo Stories News in Brief The Lid is On UN Gender Focus UN and Africa UN Podcasts Secretary-General Spokesperson All Statements Selected Speeches Press Encounters Official Travels Media UN Video UN Photo Meeting Coverage Media Accreditation Webtv Audio and Subscription Audio Hub Subscribe Global action vital against chronic diseases that kill millions annually – UN report Facebook Twitter Print Email Global action vital against chronic diseases that kill millions annually – UN report 5 October 2005 With a global epidemic of chronic illnesses such as heart disease, stroke, cancer and diabetes killing some 17 million people prematurely each year, the United Nations health agency today called for global action that could save the lives of 36 million people who would otherwise be dead by 2015. (...) It is vital that countries review and implement the health actions we know will reduce premature death from chronic diseases,” he added of the study’s goal to reduce the projected trend of chronic disease death rates by 2 per cent each year until 2015. (...) One billion people globally are overweight or obese, and WHO predicts that will rise beyond 1.5 billion by 2015 without immediate action.   ♦ Receive daily updates directly in your inbox - Subscribe here to a topic. ♦ Download the UN News app for your iOS or Android devices.  
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Vital Statistics | UNICEF Myanmar Skip to main content Myanmar Toggle navigation English Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Myanmar EXPLORE UNICEF About us Children in Myanmar Where we work Our Representative Our partners Work with us Contact us Press Centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report Vital Statistics Social Policy UNICEF Myanmar/2015/Kyaw Kyaw Winn Highlights A vital statistics system is defined as the total process of collecting information by civil registration, vital events, and relevant entities concerned within the boundaries of a country1 . The data collected in statistical forms are organized, summarized, analyzed, evaluated, and presented in order to make proper planning and decision-making. The vital events of interest are: live births, adoptions, legitimations, recognitions, deaths, marriages, divorces, and separations.
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Score: 812723 - https://www.unicef.org/myanmar/reports/vital-statistics
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UNICEF, Vitality and Running World Cup partner to deliver more vaccines to children | UNICEF South Africa Skip to main content South Africa Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast South Africa EXPLORE UNICEF About us Become a donor Partners Work for UNICEF Contact us Avoid fraud Press Centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article UNICEF, Vitality and Running World Cup partner to deliver more vaccines to children UNICEF, Vitality and Running World Cup partnering to protect children against potentially deadly diseases through vaccinations Greer van Zyl UNICEF South Africa/2020/Hong Home Stories UNICEF, Vitality and Running World Cup partner to deliver more vaccines to children 10 March 2020 The inaugural Vitality Running World Cup was officially launched on 5 March 2020, with the aim of encouraging people to get more active to improve health outcomes through an exciting five-week global running competition. The Vitality Running World Cup encourages citizens to run for their country, with the chance to win amazing weekly prizes.
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WHO | Political leadership vital in scaling up prevention, treatment and care, WHO says Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Menu 3 by 5 home About 3 by 5 Country support Capacity building Partnership AIDS medicines and diagnostics service Documents Media centre Political leadership vital in scaling up prevention, treatment and care, WHO says 12 July 2004, Bangkok -- Strong leadership is vital for increasing HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention and care, said the World Health Organization (WHO) at a leadership forum of the XV International AIDS Conference, on Monday 12 July. (...) At the forum, participants urged rapid action for lowering prices of antiretroviral (ARV) drugs and emphasized greater participation of faith-based organizations in increasing access to treatment. Participants also highlighted that it is vital to work with vulnerable groups and make medicines available to children living with HIV/AIDS.
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Leaders of civil registration and vital statistics systems can create a strong vision and can help to build organizational interoperability to ensure that all vital events are registered and to enable relevant government agencies – such as those that run social protection programmes – to be informed of events and take relevant actions as efficiently as possible. (...) Good coordination and collaboration within a civil registration and vital statistics system can lead to the development of an inclusive inter-agency strategy and action plan. (...) (d) Can you provide examples of actions taken in your country to promote the involvement of senior leaders in championing civil registration and vital statistics system and where such efforts have facilitated increased use of the system across government agencies?
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