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1 Highlights • Zero (0) new Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) cases since 30 October 2021 • 16 days since the last case and 13 days since the last patient has recovered • 100% of the Community Action Cells (CAC) in the Beni Health Zone have been operational reaching 36,705 households and raising 783 community alerts • 100% of the 83 priority healthcare facilities in Beni Health Zone have received materials for Infection Prevention Control (IPC) • Integrated survey with healthcare workers and facilities by the Analytics Cell is supporting IPC-WASH commission to adapt support to healthcare workers and facilities based on evidence Situation Overview • As of the 31 October 2021, eight cases (5 female and 3 male) have been confirmed, the last case reported on 30 October 2021. (...) The kits contain: M1 Kit: 10 Ebola posters, 10kg chlorine, 15kg detergent, 12 pairs of gloves, 2 boxes of 9 bar soaps per box ۔ M2 Kit: 5 Ebola posters, 5kg chlorine, 5kg detergent, 6 pairs of gloves, 1 box with 9 bar soaps per box ۔ Emergency Kit: 5 Ebola posters, 5kg chlorine, 2.5kg detergent, 4 pairs of gloves, 1 box with 9 bar soaps per ۔ box • Provided flash thermos to 13 health facilities and WASH kits to two schools in Beni Health Zone • Ensured bio-cleaning and decontamination of 6 healthcare facilities in Beni Health Zone • Briefed the members of the IPC Commission on the establishment and functioning of hygiene committees within the health facilities • Supervised installation of 35 hand washing devices installed in public places to ensure appropriate use and management Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) • In Beni health zone: 100% of the Community Action Cells (CAC) (295 out of 295) in the Beni health zone were operational. (...) Funding Requirements Areas of intervention Requirements (US$) Coordination, Governance and Technical Support 240,000 WASH and Infection Prevention and Control measures 1,160,000 Risk Communication and Community Engagement 840,000 Child protection 420,000 Health and Nutrition 710,000 Integrated Outbreak Analytics 150,000 Gender, GBV and Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse 120,000 Operational support costs 750,000 Total US$4,390,000 External Media Since the announcement of the Ebola outbreak in North-Kivu province, the communication team published 52 posts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, reaching more than 1.3 million people.
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Score: 1752798.4 - https://www.unicef.org/media/1...rt,%2014%20November%202021.pdf
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Hand washing with soap is one of the most effective methods of prevention. (...) Every family is able to exchange a 1,500 UAH e-voucher in a partner store for washing powder, baby soap, shampoos, toothpastes and plastic buckets for getting water from the well. During the coronavirus pandemic, Daria and Yuliia’s families both began to wash their hands and clean more often, thereby using more hygiene products.
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Score: 1752243.8 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...act-line-help-children-crucial
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UNICEF has also provided detergent, soap and bleach to 260 social development centres and 1,200 public schools. (...) In addition, over 215,000 litres of bleach, 5,200 litres of detergent and 1.3 million bars of soap have been distributed to primary health care centres, schools, social development centres and other partners. UNICEF is further procuring 4 custom made kits designed specifically for the COVID-19 emergency response: 500 Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) kits including gloves, surgical masks, N95 respirators, medical gowns, protective goggles and bleach for frontline workers. 100 Infection, Prevention and Control (IPC) kits that includes gloves, surgical masks, N95 masks, medical gowns, protective goggles, alcohol disinfectant, hand sanitizer, detergent, bleach, tissue paper and waste bags for health workers at primary healthcare centres. 3,000 Infection, Prevention and Control (IPC) kits for affected families that includes cleaning cloths, hand sanitizer, digital thermometers, alcohol disinfectant, medical cotton wool, soap, detergent, bleach, surgical masks, medical gloves, protective goggles, medical gowns, tissue paper, waste bags and waste bins; 500 household disinfection (HH) kits for refugees that includes bleach, cleaning cloth, soap and washing powder.
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Score: 1720672.7 - https://www.unicef.org/mena/pr...support-fight-covid-19-lebanon
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Aden For families displaced in Aden a continuous, safe water supply empowers them to wash their hands. UNICEF Yemen/2020 Saada In Saada new hygiene measures have been put in place for garbage disposal, clean latrines and new water wells. (...) UNICEF Yemen/2020 Mobile teams in Hajjah provide medical support IBB In Ibb, UNICEF delivered to IDP's and vulnerable groups receive basic hygiene kits containing towels, jerry cans, soap, detergent and sanitary pads. UNICEF Yemen/2020 Basic hygiene kits delivered to IDP's in Ibb governorate Displaced families across the country receive basic hygiene kits containing towels, jerry cans, soap, detergent and sanitary pads.
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Score: 1708795 - https://www.unicef.org/yemen/stories/curtailing-covid19
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Three other local staff/consultants to cover WASH, health and nutrition, and education will begin work soon. WASH WASH remains a need in most affected areas in Tongatapu, Ha’apai and ‘Eua. (...) In response to these needs and as agreed with the MET, UNICEF is sending education supplies, including temporary learning spaces in the form of tents, ECD kits, recreational kits, WASH in Schools kits, liquid detergent for handwashing, and water bottles.
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Score: 1704484 - https://www.unicef.org/media/1...ian-SitRep-28-January-2022.pdf
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UNICEF has also procured detergent, soap and bleach for 260 social development centres and 1,200 public schools. (...) In addition, over 215,000 litres of bleach, 5,200 litres of detergent and 1.3 million bars of soap are being distributed to primary health care centres, schools, social development centres and other partners. UNICEF is further procuring 4 custom made kits designed specifically for the COVID-19 emergency response: 500 Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) kits including gloves, surgical masks, N95 respirators, medical gowns, protective goggles and bleach for frontline workers. 100 Infection, Prevention and Control (IPC) kits that includes gloves, surgical masks, N95 masks, medical gowns, protective goggles, alcohol disinfectant, hand sanitizer, detergent, bleach, tissue paper and waste bags for health workers at primary healthcare centres. 3,000 Infection, Prevention and Control (IPC) kits for affected families that includes cleaning cloths, hand sanitizer, digital thermometers, alcohol disinfectant, medical cotton wool, soap, detergent, bleach, surgical masks, medical gloves, protective goggles, medical gowns, tissue paper, waste bags and waste bins; 500 household disinfection (HH) kits for refugees that includes bleach, cleaning cloth, soap and washing powder.
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Score: 1693521.5 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon...o-COVID-19-Outbreak-in-Lebanon
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In her compound, the team is greeted by a tippy tap hand washing facility – complete with a piece of soap. She demands that all guests wash their hands with soap before accessing her premises.  (...) To access some offices and hotels in the area, one must wash their hands with soap, detergent or jik first.
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Score: 1686735.2 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/...ng-ebola-out-kyegegwa-district
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The market vendors received much-needed cleaning materials, hand sanitizers, garbage bags, detergents, and soap. Juta Douglas, 42, has been a market vendor for eight years at the Nausori market. “Before the COVID-19 pandemic, we did not have time to wash our hands frequently. Since then, people have started to take handwashing seriously. I now wash my hands frequently to keep myself, my family and friends safe” says Juta.
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Score: 1682849.2 - https://www.unicef.org/pacific...ndors-keeping-communities-safe
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Cleaning works by using soap (or detergent) and water to physically remove germs from surfaces. (...) As schools often serve as integrated service platforms, schools should consider the following supplies in the categories of Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH). Most should be available through local procurement, those that may not be available locally are indicated with a * below. (...) Can also be used for handwashing stations in gathering places (markets, etc.). 5 Hygiene 50L drum with cover for chlorine solution preparation/storage. 20L bucket with cover for chlorine solution preparation/storage. 6 Hygiene Cleaning/disinfection kits (commercial disinfectant, detergent, mops, buckets, pails, brushes, latex gloves, cleaning squeegee, etc). 7 Hygiene Laundry powder, 5KG. 5 CATEGORY ITEM DESCRIPTION COMMENT 8 Hygiene Lime powder. 9 Hygiene Calcium hypochlorite 65-70% Used to disinfect drinking water. 10 Hygiene Sprayer 12L. 11 Hygiene Backpack sprayer 20L. 12 Sanitation Squatting plate, plastic, w/o pan,120x80cm *.
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Score: 1646707 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/med...and-Supply-Recommendations.pdf
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In addition, the school has received hand washing facilities, detergents and soap as part of the programme interventions. Throughout the five years, the programme will focus on key water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) practices like hand washing, safe excreta management and proper latrine use. (...) In order to ensure the proper operation and maintenance of school WASH facilities, local mechanics will be trained to support schools and communities.
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Score: 1636927.9 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/...nks-karamoja-schools-commences
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