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Over 7,000 have suffered gunshot wounds, which often require long periods of treatment and rehabilitation. (...) Because of the absence of critical resources in Gaza, where only 10% of families have access to clean drinking water and an electricity crisis impacts water delivery and sewage treatment, clinics like Beni Sohayla have found it very difficult to provide needed care. (...) UNICEF-SoP/Anas Baba Laboratory doctor, Dr Ulfat, is able to conduct tests and care for equipment using clean water produced at the clinic by the desalinization plant.
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Score: 1080082.3 - https://www.unicef.org/sop/sto...prevent-health-system-collapse
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Despite severe damage to one of our hospitals located close to the explosion site, we managed to re-allocate our medical resources and have provided 2 mobile medical units to help the sick and the wounded. Over 200 of our volunteers, many of them young adults, are currently cleaning rubble and making houses habitable.
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Score: 1079777.7 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...erign%20Order%20of%20Malta.pdf
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Immediate health priorities include: search and rescue of survivors trapped underneath rubble; treatment of people with major trauma injuries; preventing the infection of wounds; provision of clean water and sanitation; and ensuring breast-feeding is continued. (...) For more information: Paul Garwood Communications Officer Health Action in Crises World Health Organization Telephone: +41 22 791 3462 Mobile: +41 79 475 5546 E-mail: [email protected] Related links Prevention and management of wound infection pdf, 40kb Management of dead bodies in disaster situations 2004 [pdf 781kb] Global strategy for infant and young child feeding [pdf 438kb] WHO Health Action in Crises You are here: Media centre News releases 2010 Regions Africa Americas Eastern Mediterranean Europe South-East Asia Western Pacific About us Careers Library Procurement Publications Frequently asked questions Contact us Subscribe to our newsletters Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 1076183.8 - https://www.who.int/mediacentr.../haiti_earthquake_20100113/en/
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Save samples and label them (smears of contamination, nasal smear, extracted tooth, hair and nails, purged bone pieces, etc.). If a wound is contaminated, survey, rinse, debride only for surgical reasons. (...) Transfer the decontaminated patient to the clean area. Use clean gloves to move the patient to a clean stretcher and exit the contaminated area. (...) If monitoring for contamination is impracticable (e.g. at an ongoing major incident), then consider taking simple precautions such as use of disposable covers, and clean (using routine cleaning methods) the conveyance before next use.
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Score: 1071795.7 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...0Material/GuidanceMaterial.pdf
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Search results Child rights Statement 12/28/2021 UNICEF condemns reported killing of at least 35 people, including four children and two humanitarian workers, in Kayah State, Myanmar Article 12/28/2021 From challenge to opportunity, reimagining a stronger future An op-ed by Debora Comini, Regional Director for UNICEF East Asia & Pacific News note 11/03/2021 New UNICEF Regional Director for East Asia and Pacific, Debora Comini Report 09/03/2021 Child-centred clean air solutions Air pollution is one of the biggest threats to children’s well-being in the Asia Pacific region. Download file (PDF, 1,38 MB) Statement 05/20/2021 Education at risk: A generation of children in Myanmar must have safe, appropriate and inclusive opportunities to continue their learning A joint statement by Save the Children, UNESCO and UNICEF Report 04/26/2021 Implementation Handbook for the CRC Implementation Handbook for the CRC, provides a detailed reference for the implementation of law, policy & practice to promote & protect children's rights Download file (PDF, 14,90 MB) Statement 03/29/2021 Brutal violence by security forces in Myanmar leaves dozens dead, including multiple children Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore Statement 03/04/2021 UNICEF condemns killings and arbitrary detentions of children by security forces during ongoing crisis in Myanmar At least five children reportedly killed, four severely wounded and 500 arbitrarily detained since protests began last month Statement 02/22/2021 UNICEF condemns violence in Mandalay reportedly resulting in the death of a child Statement 02/10/2021 UNICEF calls for greater attention to protection of children’s rights in Myanmar during time of crisis UNICEF Myanmar Statement Prev 1 1 2 3 4 5 Next Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Where we work Regional stories Press centre Take action UNICEF connect Contact us Transparency & Accountability Work for UNICEF Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1060980.7 - https://www.unicef.org/eap/topics/child-rights
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Data from SPEED indicate people are currently seeking medical help mostly for acute respiratory infections, diarrhoea, and infected wounds at present. WHO Head of Emergency Health Action in the Philippines Dr Megan Counahan explains, “Surveillance for early detection of diseases is the key to limiting their spread. (...) Flooding increases the risk of water borne diseases. Access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene are going to be critical over the coming weeks.”
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Score: 1060980.7 - https://www.who.int/philippine...lth-to-respond-to-typhoon-ruby
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Before the streets are cleaned up, Rani looks for some leftovers in a garbage heap. (...) As Rani goes back to her puppies for the night, she suddenly bites Ajay, a kid who is falling asleep on the pavement where he lives with his family. The wound on his arm does not look too bad and the family does not have easy access to water, so his parents simply wrap up his wound. (...) Several weeks later, Ajay starts to complain about itch at the wound site and his parents bring him to a government hospital.
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Score: 1051349.9 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...-can-help-achieve-zero-by-2030
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Cleanup teams have already started work on debris waste from outside the port; cleaning, sorting and recycling the waste to the extent possible: concrete and stones, for example, can be crushed into smaller sizes and reused in paving sidewalks or asphalting roads. (...) The reconstruction, said the energy expert, also needs to be mindful of the environment, and take into consideration elements such as solar power, energy efficiency measures, and climate-resilient building designs. The cost of cleaning up the environmental degradation resulting from the explosion has been estimated by UNDP at over $100 million, which comes on top of the country’s existing environmental cleanup costs, estimated at $2.35 billion by UNDP in 2018. (...) Beirut | Lebanon | World Bank | UNDP Related Stories ‘You are not alone, we are in this together’, declare UN staffers in Lebanon Beirut blast aftermath: Healing underway, city needs more support to cleanse ‘deep wounds’ UN chief launches plan to revitalise Beirut as ‘beating heart of Lebanon’ Resources Navigate the News Information for Broadcasters UN System Links Media Alert UN Journal Meetings Coverage Audiovisual Library Secretary-General All Statements Official Travels Press Encounters SG Twitter Spokesperson's Office Latest Statements Briefing Highlights Briefing Transcripts Notes to Correspondents Find Us UN News App Facebook Twitter YouTube RSS Contact UN News United Nations Donate Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr Instagram Pinterest Soundcloud Podcast UN Social Media A-Z Site Index Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr Instagram Pinterest Soundcloud Podcast The UN on Social Media
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Score: 1049796.3 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/09/1071462
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When a person is bitten A person who is bitten by a rabid animal still has the chance to survive if the wound is cleaned immediately and thoroughly with plenty of water and soap and post-exposure prophylaxis is provided in time (a course of vaccines and, in severe cases, immunoglobulins).
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Score: 1042826.9 - https://www.fao.org/resilience...ews-events/detail/en/c/198827/
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. © Credits Safe water is essential to treat and care for NTDs Health-care facilities and households need clean water and hygienic conditions for wound management and surgeries required for the treatment of many NTDs. For guinea worm, Buruli ulcer, or cutaneous leishmaniasis, wound management is needed to speed up healing and reduce disability. (...) People affected by these diseases need water to manage the symptoms of the disease, but often face stigma and can be excluded from accessing water and sanitation facilities, increasing their risk of poverty and severe illness. Clean water and soap are needed to maintain personal hygiene and dignity for these groups.
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Score: 1040656.8 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...h-water-sanitation-and-hygiene
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