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UNICEF DRC Wenga Throughout its Ebola response, UNICEF provided people with drinking water and supported health centres by supplying them with essential water, hygiene and health services. (...) “I am glad we no longer have water issues”, says Tsongo, whilst filling a large carton of water which his mother will bring home. (...) “I am proud of my small contribution to managing the water in order to make it sustainable for future generations”, he explains, whilst unblocking a water valve. Thanks to the support of the Canadian government and the European Union, 50,000 people, 8 schools and 8 health establishments now benefit from lasting access to drinking water. 
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Score: 1113489.8 - https://www.unicef.org/drcongo...ess-drinking-water-after-ebola
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Critical COVID-19 protective supplies delivered to frontline workers in Kingdom of Lesotho | Technology Bank for the Least Developed Countries Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Technology Bank for the Least Developed Countries Search form Search Toggle navigation Home Who We Are About Us Our Mandate Governance What We Do Our Work Technology Needs Assessments Technology Transfer Programme STI Policy & Capacity News Latest News Press Releases Events LDC Insight Blog Resources Documents Publications Contact Us Home Critical COVID-19 protective supplies delivered to frontline workers in Kingdom of Lesotho Critical COVID-19 protective supplies delivered to frontline workers in Kingdom of Lesotho rc_minister_for_health_and_nacosec_ceo.jpg Copyright:  UN Technology Bank Gebze - A donation of 100,000 facemasks has been handed to frontline workers in the Kingdom of Lesotho in an effort to urgently protect key workers, such as medics, police and boarder control staff from COVID-19. The protective supplies are intended for use whilst local production is being ramped up.  (...) “Today’s generous donation will help these individuals continue their work, with increased protection, whilst we scale up manufacturing in-country.” The World Health Organisation recommends the use of facemasks as an essential preventative and mitigation measure against COVID-19.
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Score: 1107621.1 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/node/928
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Critical COVID-19 protective supplies delivered to frontline workers in Kingdom of Lesotho | Technology Bank for the Least Developed Countries Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Technology Bank for the Least Developed Countries Search form Search Toggle navigation Home Who We Are About Us Our Mandate Governance What We Do Our Work Technology Needs Assessments Technology Transfer Programme STI Policy & Capacity News Latest News Press Releases Events LDC Insight Blog Resources Documents Publications Contact Us Home Critical COVID-19 protective supplies delivered to frontline workers in Kingdom of Lesotho Critical COVID-19 protective supplies delivered to frontline workers in Kingdom of Lesotho rc_minister_for_health_and_nacosec_ceo.jpg Copyright:  UN Technology Bank Gebze - A donation of 100,000 facemasks has been handed to frontline workers in the Kingdom of Lesotho in an effort to urgently protect key workers, such as medics, police and boarder control staff from COVID-19. The protective supplies are intended for use whilst local production is being ramped up.  (...) “Today’s generous donation will help these individuals continue their work, with increased protection, whilst we scale up manufacturing in-country.” The World Health Organisation recommends the use of facemasks as an essential preventative and mitigation measure against COVID-19.
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Score: 1107621.1 - https://www.un.org/technologyb...ntline-workers-kingdom-lesotho
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- The CfWI’s Horizon 2035 work is underway and has modelled and projects the demand and supply for skills for the whole of England. This analysis has the potential to be scaled to an European and global levels. This work includes 6 scenarios for the future, whilst they primarily focus on England, we have identified implications to skills and competencies as well as international implications. (...) These methods were identified from survey responses from WP6 partners and these guidelines contain information on the operational use of individual methods and also descriptions of the contexts in which they are used; individual descriptions of health workforce planning and forecasting for seven WP6 partners (Belgium, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom). http://www.horizonscanning.org.uk/publications/eu-joint-action-user-guidelines-on-qualitative-methods-in-health-workforce-planning-and-forecasting/ • Scenarios and quantification of scenarios (moving beyond scenarios to quantifications of future aspects e.g. productivity, impact of technology, workforce demand as a result of physical and MH long term conditions – The above work includes 6 scenarios with accompanying visualisations for the future, whilst they primarily focus on England, we have identified implications to skills and competencies as well as international implications.
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Score: 1104246.8 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...rizonScanningInternational.pdf
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The UN World Health Organization, WHO , has reported that many people are still missing, whilst around 90 people headed to safety in evacuation centres on the island of Eua, and many others fled to the homes of friends and family. (...) Waves as high as 1.2 metres hit the capital, Nuku’alofa, whose inhabitants fled to high ground, leaving behinds flooded houses, whilst rocks and ash rained from the sky. The WHO reports that the Tongan Government reacted quickly to the crisis, deploying a warship to the Ha’api islands, with a team from the WHO-trained Tonga Emergency Medical Assistance Team on board, ready to help the injured. (...) The senior UN official noted that, whilst flights containing supplies will be able to enter Tonga once the airport re-opens, UN personnel are unlikely to be allowed in, as Tonga has strict COVID-19 policies: the country is one of the few in the world to remain free from the virus, and is very cautious about opening its borders
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Score: 1095965.1 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/01/1109972
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1 UNICEF – South Sudan COST OF INACTION April 2022 An Unfolding Catastrophe for Children South Sudanese people in need of humanitarian assistance is at record high whilst funding is at an all- time low. Children are the hardest hit, impacting on their rights to survival, education and protection from harm. (...) UNICEF teams will mitigate against the severe impacts of floods and violence, and work to reverse deteriorating trends of malnutrition and disease through a package multi-sectoral actions that will save lives whilst building resilience of affected populations. (...) EDUCATION Funds requested 2022: $50 million 4% Funded by March 2022 • 700,000 more crisis affected children will lose education opportunities and be exposed abuses, exploitation and gender- based violence, including child marriage and early pregnancies. • Most vulnerable children and those with disabilities will not be able to access 501 schools affected by floods $8.5 million needed for the next 3 months for priority interventions • Provision of emergency education supplies. • Construction and furniture for Emergency Temporary learning spaces. • Mobilization of 355,746 out of school children in most affected areas to re- enroll
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Score: 1093817.2 - https://www.unicef.org/southsu...%20Cost%20of%20Inaction%20.pdf
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AccLabGM COVID-19 Response: Supporting the production of cloth masks | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content The Gambia Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Home The Gambia AccLabGM COVID-19 Response: Supporting the production of cloth masks AccLabGM COVID-19 Response: Supporting the production of cloth masks June 9, 2020 --- Image caption --- Since nations across the world are adapting this basic line of defense as an additional layer of protection and reporting success, it is necessary that AccLabGM also incorporates these solutions into its pandemic response. With the scarce supply of medical resources, recommendations emerged from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the WHO that promoted the use of non-medical (cloth) masks as a substitution to medical grade masks for non-health personnel. (...) Together, with current efforts of the International Trade Centre (ITC), the Ministry of Health and WHO, funds and approaches are integrated to help scale, standardize and ensure quality control whilst providing income generating opportunities particularly, for vulnerable businesses and female entrepreneurs. (...) COVIDGambia - launched a grassroot initiative for a Masks4All campaign for the distribution of masks to vulnerable populations whilst supporting young entrepreneurs and raising awareness about the pandemic.
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Score: 1092255.4 - https://www.undp.org/gambia/ne...porting-production-cloth-masks
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Much of this coverage remains ‘unimproved’ or basic, and the next big challenge, whilst continuing to accelerate progress, is converting this coverage to ‘improved’ or ‘safe’ sanitation. Whilst the implementation of CLTSH remains strong, the study findings suggest there are some key implementation adjustments which could improve the uptake of improved sanitation.   (...) See the story Press release 20 June 2022 Denmark announces DKK 70 million donation over three years to UNICEF to invest in sustainable water supply systems in Ethiopia Visit the page Article "Who knows what water is than women?"
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Score: 1092255.4 - https://www.unicef.org/ethiopi...l-sanitation-and-hygiene-cltsh
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We have invested in Agriculture Capacity Development for many years but we have not seen commensurate Growth in Production Many Small Agriculture Loans are unpaid – further strengthening the Bankers’ apathy and Reluctance to finance New Agripreneurs Capacity Building for Youth Agripreneurs must include Business School Curriculum CURRENT SITUATION Capacity Development has focused majorly on Production and Operational Topics to the Disadvantage of Business Management Skills The result is that whilst the Youth have the Technical Know-how to run their Agribusinesses, they fail when it comes to Business Management Skills like Financial Planning & Budgeting, Marketing, Negotiation, Organizational Discipline, Sales, and Supply Chain Management etc. (...) ESSENTIAL BUSINESS SKILLS Vital Business Management Skills Fundamental to the Success of ANY Business Irrespective of its Activity or Size include: Strategic Planning and Forecasting Human Resources Management Sales and Marketing Financial Management and Building BANKABLE Businesses Basic Accounting Operations and Supply Chain Management Enterprise Risks Management Self-Management and Leadership EFFORTS SO FAR I have spent a number of years working with the IITA Youth Agripreneurs in Ibadan, Nigeria. IITA taught them the Production Processes, whilst we taught Business Management. We have been able to translate them from Idealist Technocrats to Savvy Business People who understand how the Real Business World operates and how they should maneuver their businesses profitably.
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Score: 1082398.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ar/comment/8359
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We have invested in Agriculture Capacity Development for many years but we have not seen commensurate Growth in Production Many Small Agriculture Loans are unpaid – further strengthening the Bankers’ apathy and Reluctance to finance New Agripreneurs Capacity Building for Youth Agripreneurs must include Business School Curriculum CURRENT SITUATION Capacity Development has focused majorly on Production and Operational Topics to the Disadvantage of Business Management Skills The result is that whilst the Youth have the Technical Know-how to run their Agribusinesses, they fail when it comes to Business Management Skills like Financial Planning & Budgeting, Marketing, Negotiation, Organizational Discipline, Sales, and Supply Chain Management etc. (...) ESSENTIAL BUSINESS SKILLS Vital Business Management Skills Fundamental to the Success of ANY Business Irrespective of its Activity or Size include: Strategic Planning and Forecasting Human Resources Management Sales and Marketing Financial Management and Building BANKABLE Businesses Basic Accounting Operations and Supply Chain Management Enterprise Risks Management Self-Management and Leadership EFFORTS SO FAR I have spent a number of years working with the IITA Youth Agripreneurs in Ibadan, Nigeria. IITA taught them the Production Processes, whilst we taught Business Management. We have been able to translate them from Idealist Technocrats to Savvy Business People who understand how the Real Business World operates and how they should maneuver their businesses profitably.
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Score: 1082398.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/comment/8359
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