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As tetanus is a complication of wounds and injuries, it is essential that injured people receive appropriate surgical and medical care of contaminated open wounds. (...) In summary, tetanus prevention can be achieved during emergencies through: Careful cleaning of wounds, both deep and superficial, can substantially decrease the risk of tetanus. Protecting cleaned wounds from recontamination with dressings, and/or topical disinfectants also is important.
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Score: 1415223.9 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...wers/item/tetanus-immunization
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UNICEF helps bring clean water back to eastern Ukraine | UNICEF Skip to main content Ukraine Toggle navigation Українська English Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Ukraine EXPLORE UNICEF About UNICEF Our history What we do COVAX Information center Work with us Partnership with UNICEF 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 Article UNICEF helps bring clean water back to eastern Ukraine For five years, villages in eastern Ukraine not only endured a devastating armed conflict. (...) But both bear the invisible wounds of conflict. Read the story Article Childhood under attack Blog by Natalka, 16 years old, displaced from frontline Shyrokyne.
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Score: 1286603.1 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...ean-water-back-eastern-ukraine
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For those who live along the ‘contact line’, cooking, hand washing and access to clean drinking water are a daily challenge. Kindergartens, schools and hospitals are also affected. (...) Here, on the ‘contact line’, access to clean drinking water has been a problem for the last seven years. (...) For cooking, drinking and cleaning, staff use water supplied by UNICEF with financial support from the European Union.
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Score: 1237268 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...t-water-supply-eastern-ukraine
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Bachelet said that “adequate mechanisms” must be put into place, such as a truth commission “to guarantee the establishment of the truth for the victims and for society in general”. ‘The wounds that are not clean, will not heal’ Throughout her visit, she met with families of disappeared children, government officials and many others, noting that more than 40,000 Mexicans have officially disappeared – a quarter of them women and girls – and 26,000 unidentified bodies registered, along with 850 unmarked graves. (...) Michelle Bachelet, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, at UN Headquarters in New York on 27 September 2018., by UN Photo/Manuel Elias “The search for truth is closely related to the search for justice. The wounds that are not clean, will not heal,” she declared. “The open wounds of the past, and those that persist in the present, demand truth, justice, reparation and guarantees of non-repetition.
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Score: 1217973.4 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2019/04/1036471
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How help is bringing happiness According to UNICEF, access to hygiene and cleaning products has become more important than ever during lockdown. (...) During the coronavirus pandemic, Daria and Yuliia’s families both began to wash their hands and clean more often, thereby using more hygiene products. (...) But both bear the invisible wounds of conflict. Read the story Article Childhood under attack Blog by Natalka, 16 years old, displaced from frontline Shyrokyne.
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Score: 1204374.5 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...act-line-help-children-crucial
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TIPOS DE FACTOR HCL table english_en DOMESTIC WORK: POTENTIAL RISKS FOR CHILDREN TYPES OF RISK FACTOR DESCRIPTION OF HAZARD/REQUIREMENT/OR ACTIVITY POTENTIAL ADVERSE EFFECT ON HEALTH PREVENTIVE OR CORRECTIVE MEASURES PHYSICAL HAZARDS - Vibrations - Noise - Non-ionizing radiation (microwave) - Heat / Humidity - Lighting - Fire - Electricity While performing the following tasks: - Laundry - Food preparation - Gardening work - General household cleaning - Outward and inward trips for shopping - Night work - Hearing loss - Burns - Contact dermatitis - Dehydration - Tiredness - Skin lesions - Loss of sight - Cataracts - Death - Physical fatigue - Heat stress - Heat exhaustion - Electrical shocks - Children must be excluded from such work. - Programmes and action plans must be in place and measures must be adopted to prevent and eliminate child labour. - Capacitate and train adolescent girls and boys about the risks of the job. - Provide information about the risks of child domestic labour to parents and employers. - Encourage skin protection in adolescent girls and boys. CHEMICAL HAZARDS - Disinfectants - Detergents - Soaps - Dyes for clothing and hair - Bleaches (chlorine) - Kerosene - LPG (liquid petroleum gas) - Diesel, oils - Wax for floors and vehicles - Solvents - Paints - Bitumen - Agricultural chemicals (organochlorine, organophosphate) - Insecticides, herbicides and fungicides - Inappropriate collection and disposal of pesticide containers - Bleaching of hair and clothing - Nail varnish - Medicines - Alcohols - Cement - House paints - Lime - Exposure to chemicals during cleaning and laundry - Inhalation of toxic fumes when preparing cleaning mixtures - Exposure when cleaning pets - Inhalation of toxic fumes during the process of preparing mixtures and fumigating the house, garden or green areas - Skin absorption of agrochemicals in tasks involving the preparation of mixtures and fumigation of the house, garden or green areas - Ingestion of chemicals through food and/or beverages - Inappropriate working techniques and methods for handling, use, application, storage and disposal of chemical product residues - Acute and chronic poisoning - Death due to acute poisoning - Contact dermatitis - Reproductive/genetic disorders - Agrochemicals affecting the central and peripheral nervous system and the liver and kidneys - Asthma, alveolitis - Pulmonary fibrosis - Neurotoxicity - Irritation of respiratory tract and eyes - Optic nerve atrophy, cataracts - Cancers - Children and adolescent girls and boys must not prepare or apply chemicals. - Training should be given to adolescent girls and boys about the effect of chemicals on their health, to make them aware of the importance of not performing this task. - Replace the chemical used with one that is less toxic and more environmentally friendly, or alternative methods such as biological or organic control. - Store chemicals out of the reach of children and adolescents of both sexes. - Identify areas of chemical storage using signs. BIOLOGICAL HAZARDS - Viruses - Fungi - Bacteria - Parasites - Microorganisms in - Exposure to and handling of refuse and pet waste - Exposure to sick people - Exposure to sick animals - Exposure to and handling of - Contracting diseases preventable with vaccines (chicken pox, measles, polio, rubella, hepatitis A) - Children must be withdrawn from such work. - Do not expose adolescent girls and boys to bodily fluids, or to food - Exosure to and handling of live animals - Exposure to and handling of dead animal products and waste (skin, blood, guts, faeces) - Insects, worms, wasps, snakes, plants with allergenic effects or thorns waste and human secretions (faeces, urine, blood and saliva) - Exposure to bacteria due to cleaning of washrooms and pet enclosures - Exposure to reptiles (venomous snakes), wasps, ant and mosquito bites, among others. - Exposure to plants with allergenic effects - Exposure to bites or contact with material contaminated with rodent urine - Exposure to viruses and bacteria due to poor hygienic and sanitary conditions - Contracting common diseases (respiratory or gastrointestinal tract) - Contact dermatitis - Zoonoses (brucellosis, parasites) - Diseases communicable by insect bites - Amebiasis, bite injuries and wounds - Death by snakebite - Malaria - Inflammation and/or allergies due to insect or wasp stings, or to contact with plants - Skin infections due to stings - Tetanus - Leptospirosis - Parasitism human or animal waste. - Use vaccines against tetanus, hepatitis and leptospirosis - Make sure antivenoms are available. - Train adolescent workers of both sexes in biological risk prevention measures. - Use mosquito repellent creams. - Train adolescent girls and boys in good personal hygiene habits. - Children and adolescent girls and boys must not prepare or apply chemicals. - Training should be given to adolescent girls and boys about the effect of chemicals on their health, to make them aware of the importance of not performing this task. - Replace the chemical used with one that is less toxic and more environmentally friendly, or alternative methods such as biological or organic control. - Store chemicals out of the reach of children and adolescents of both sexes. - Identify areas of chemical storage using signs.
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Score: 1184102.1 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...s/presentation/wcms_617245.pdf
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“In some cases, children are also going without meals or clean water because of school closures. There are likely to be increasing rates of neglect, abuse, gender-based violence and child marriage as families experience further socioeconomic hardship. (...) Follow UNICEF on Twitter and Facebook Related topics COVID-19 Refugees Humanitarian Action and Emergencies Armed conflict Ukraine Global More to explore Article Children bear invisible wounds of conflict in Ukraine Afina and Illia are different ages, from different cities, with different hobbies and dreams. But both bear the invisible wounds of conflict. Read the story Article Childhood under attack Blog by Natalka, 16 years old, displaced from frontline Shyrokyne.
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Score: 1181925.2 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...hildren-need-more-support-ever
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This hazardous litter, besides being a source of continuous danger to persons in the camp, might also obstruct the movement of ambulances and hamper the evacuation of the wounded. Although some residents have fled, others, many of them vulnerable persons, remain. (...) "Since the fighting began, some two weeks ago, power has been cut off and clean water has become scarce. Furthermore, deteriorating security conditions are making it difficult for medical services to reach those in need of urgent help." On 1 June, the ICRC once again called on all the parties involved in the conflict to spare civilians not directly participating in the hostilities and to allow medical and humanitarian workers to carry out their tasks and to have unimpeded access to the wounded. Evacuation of wounded and vulnerable persons from Nahr el-Bared refugee camp On 5 June, rescue teams from the Palestine Red Crescent Society and the Lebanese Red Cross, in coordination with the ICRC, attempted in vain to evacuate three wounded persons, including one pregnant woman.
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Score: 1178564.1 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-202214/
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Draganić did not receive immediate medical care after he was burnt, and the wound blistered and became infected. About a week later two physicians from Konjic were in the infirmary in the camp, and they cleaned his wounds for him. (...) After two or three weeks, because Delić would not let him go to the infirmary to have his wounds cleaned, Mr. Draganić asked camp commander Zdravko Mucić for permission, which he granted. (...) A French doctor examined his wounds and noted down his statement, in which Mr.
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Score: 1170645.3 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/8310
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Draganić did not receive immediate medical care after he was burnt, and the wound blistered and became infected. About a week later two physicians from Konjic were in the infirmary in the camp, and they cleaned his wounds for him. (...) After two or three weeks, because Delić would not let him go to the infirmary to have his wounds cleaned, Mr. Draganić asked camp commander Zdravko Mucić for permission, which he granted. (...) A French doctor examined his wounds and noted down his statement, in which Mr.
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Score: 1170645.3 - https://www.icty.org/en/sid/197
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