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Every month, IOM said that hundreds of migrants are treated for gunshot wounds at a hospital that the agency supports, near the border town of Sa’dah. (...) In a call to governments to make the tobacco industry pay to clean up its act, WHO noted that a staggering 4.5 trillion cigarette filters pollute our oceans, rivers, city sidewalks, parks, soil and beaches every year. Producing tobacco also uses 200,000 hectares of land and costs us 600 million trees, 84 million tonnes of carbon dioxide and 22 billion tonnes of water, said Dr Ruediger Krech, Director of Health Promotion at WHO, who called for an end to the $500 billion in subsidies granted to the tobacco industry every year: “WHO urges countries to create legislation enforcing the tobacco industry to be responsible for cleaning up their deadly tobacco products and paying for damaging the environment.
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Score: 1091214.8 - https://news.un.org/en/audio/2022/05/1119362
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Approximately 500,000 children in eastern Ukraine are in urgent need of protection and humanitarian assistance, this includes access to clean drinking water. Many children and their families in conflict-affected areas cannot rely on running water at home, as a result of the hostilities. (...) Nine workers of "Voda Donbasa" have been killed and dozens wounded while trying to repair the system since the conflict started in 2014.   (...) And yet, they are determined to return to work, to go back out there and help supply clean water to millions. Related topics Water supply Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Armed conflict Ukraine Europe and Central Asia More to explore Press release 22 March 2019 Children living in protracted conflicts are three times more likely to die from water-related diseases than from violence – UNICEF Visit the page News note 26 July 2022 UNICEF delivers life-saving supplies to Odesa in Southern Ukraine to help over 150,000 people affected by war Read now Press release 28 June 2022 Staggering scale of grave violations against children in conflict revealed in new UNICEF analysis Visit the page Press release 28 June 2022 Learning platform supports learning continuity and social inclusion of children fleeing the war in Ukraine Visit the page Footer UNICEF Home What we do Situation for children Where we work Data, Research and Reports Publications Partners Ambassadors and Supporters Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1091214.8 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/stories/water-heroes
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Of them, 13,732 were treated and discharged from the Trauma Stabilization Points (TSPs) and 15,398 transferred to the Ministry of Health (MoH) and NGO hospitals. 6,557 people had live ammunition gunshot wounds, of which 5,937 (91%) presented limb wounds2.  As the current fuel reserve for hospitals declines, mitigation measures such as reduced sterilization, diagnostic imaging, cleaning, laundry and catering services continue to affect the health system. (...) Electricity in Gaza  As the current fuel reserves for hospitals decline, mitigation measures such as reduced sterilization, diagnostic imaging, cleaning, laundry and catering services continue to affect the health system. (...) HI and partners assessed 2,048 persons with injuries, out of whom 1,984 (1,941 males and 43 females) have received multidisciplinary rehabilitative services. 248 persons with injuries (244 males and 4 females) have been readmitted again to receive other cycles of rehabilitation intervention as per their wounds conditions. Those injured benefitted from 37,250 multidisciplinary sessions.
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Score: 1079376.3 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...s/2019/06/WHOSITREP_110319.pdf
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Traditional medicines and other treatments such as wound incision or excision, suction, or application of “black stones” should be avoided. (...) Additional therapy to treat envenoming In addition to antivenom, additional medical measures, including administration of other drugs, artificial respiration, kidney dialysis, wound care, reconstructive surgery and prosthesis as well as comprehensive rehabilitation services, are needed to effectively treat snakebite patients. (...) Diagnosis is aided by a test known as the 20 Minute Whole Blood Clotting Test (20WBCT). A clean, dry glass bottle or vial into which 1-2 millilitres of venous blood is added, is allowed to stand at room temperature for 20 minutes, and is then inverted and the presence or absence of a complete clot is recorded.
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Score: 1078587.9 - https://www.who.int/teams/cont...snakebite-envenoming/treatment
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According to the  UN Mission , at least eight civilians were killed and nine wounded in the attack, on Friday, which local authorities say was carried out by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/Da’esh) terrorist group. (...) Topics:  Peace and Security Source:  UN News Center More from this author Cascading global crises threatening human survival UN Ocean Conference ends with call for greater ambition and global commitment to address dire state of the Ocean Most Read Today Economic Development Crypto-currency adoption in Africa: The ups and downs Environment UN General Assembly declares access to clean and healthy environment a universal human right Economic Development How the Russia-Ukraine conflict impacts Africa Economic Development Africa and the Russia-Ukraine conflict: Seizing the opportunity in the crisis Culture and Education Swahili gaining popularity globally Climate Change COP26: Landmark $500 million agreement launched to protect the DR Congo’s forest More of interest Cascading global crises threatening human survival UN Ocean Conference ends with call for greater ambition and global commitment to address dire state of the Ocean UN Ocean Conference: co-hosts Kenya and Portugal call for sustainable use of oceans More from Africa Renewal Women Wage Peace — Visualizing Progress on Action for Peacekeeping UN chief welcomes decision to delay formation of South Sudan unity government Agreement on new peace deal ‘only one step’ on challenging road ahead for Central African Republic Burundi: Inclusive dialogue ‘only viable option’ for resolving country’s political crisis says, UN envoy Health Campaign About Africa Renewal The Africa Renewal information programme provides up-to-date information and analysis of the major economic and development challenges facing Africa today.
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Score: 1076515.2 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...e-country%E2%80%99s-south-east
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By Zipporah Musau Economic Development Rwanda invests in cycling, helps boost clean air and jobs By Diana Odero, Janene Tuniz and Michelle DeFreese Women in Peacekeeping ‘Women are effective in building peace and unity’ — Jackline Urujeni from Rwanda, serving in South Sudan By Jackline Urujeni Peace and Security Rwanda’s remarkable contribution to peace in the CAR recognized By UN Peacekeeping Also Women break into African politics Quota systems allow more women to gain elected office By Gumisai Mutume Also The world reflects on Rwanda genocide Annan urges action to prevent future tragedies By Ernest Harsch News UN chief takes note of judgement by German court against Rwandan rebel leaders By UN News News ‘The only sustainable future is one that includes us all,’ Rwandan President tells UN Assembly By UN News Also Rwanda remembers How private groups and government try to heal the wounds of genocide By Noam Shuster-Eliasi Also Big dreams for Rwanda’s ICT sector Success story is grabbing global attention By Nirit Ben-Ari Also Rising from the ashes Twenty years after genocide, Rwanda makes huge development strides By Wadzanai Mhute Web Feature Rwanda genocide survivors struggle to rebuild their lives Genocide can happen anywhere, says Jacqueline Murekatete, a survivor By Jocelyne Sambira Special Feature Information technology super-charging Rwanda's economy Country aspires to become a regional high-tech hub By Masimba Tafirenyika Also To save the lives of mothers, infants Commitment, money and innovation can reduce high mortality rates By Stephanie Urdang Also Pursuit of justice or Western plot?
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Score: 1076515.2 - https://www.un.org/africarenewal/topic/rwanda
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Geneva, 12 August 1949. ] 2) The wounded and sick shall be collected and cared for[footnoteRef:2]" [2: Geneva Convention (IV), Relative To The Protection Of Civilian Persons In Time Of War Of 12 August 1949.] (...) It is possible that the Libyan displaced persons, refugees, and asylum seekers who do not have adequate shelter and live in poorly-equipped, overcrowded places, face a humanitarian disaster especially in light of difficult access to sanitation, clean water, and other virus-fighting essentials. (...) [footnoteRef:7] [7: Coronavirus narrows options for migrants buffeted by Libya’s war”, Arab News & Reuters, May 08, 2020, available at: https://arab.news/ynebv] What migrants are suffering in light of the chaos and insecurity is also worth mentioning, as murders are being committed against irregular migrants in Libya and refugees; such as the mass murder case took place in late May 2020 in "Muzdah", when 26 Bangladeshi migrants and 4 Africans were killed, and 11 others were wounded, with varying injuries, against the backdrop of a retaliatory reaction against migrants by the people of a Libyan citizen who was killed and suspected of involvement in human trafficking.
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Score: 1069943.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...kaReliefFoundation-GA75CT.docx
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They suffered extensive casualties estimated at 30 killed and many more wounded.  Two British soldiers were killed, and two wounded. (...) Between these two outrages, also in Haifa on the 10th July, a bomb thrown at a Jewish bus killed one Jew and wounded 15 others; and in a street fracas on the 11th two Jews were killed and 14 Jews and one Arab were wounded. In Jerusalem there were three serious bombing incidents, two in the Old City when 13 Arabs were killed and 35 wounded and one outside the Jaffa Gate when five Arabs were killed and 25 wounded.  
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Score: 1069285.5 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-198684/
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“This strategy prioritizes quality research and data-driven evidence for decision-making and facilitates the joint implementation of life-saving and life-improving NTD programmes ” said Dr Mwelecele Ntuli Malecela, Director, WHO Department of Control of Neglected Tropical Diseases. “ It will guide the scale-up of essential WASH and health services and contribute to the NTD road map’s target of providing 100% access to basic water, sanitation and hygiene in areas endemic for NTDs” . Without clean water and soap, it is difficult to implement simple and effective public health actions that can prevent and manage debilitating NTDs: face-washing for trachoma, a disease which leads to painful, irreversible blindness; limb-washing for lymphatic filariasis, in which worms invade the lymph system and cause severe oedema, especially of the legs; wound-washing for rabies, where cleaning the lesion thoroughly after a dog-bite can decrease the chances of infection by the virus from canine saliva; and hand-washing for intestinal worms, whose eggs are ingested with food inappropriately manipulated and contaminated with soil.  
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Score: 1065876.5 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...nd-neglected-tropical-diseases
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Francis and his one-year-old son, Séverin, were wounded in the head by shrapnel, but both survived and managed to escape with Francis’s wife, Natasha, and their other children. (...) Séverin, Crèche and Francis set out to parade in the streets of Brazzaville, while Natasha stays home to clean the house.   Séverin, Crèche and Francis set out to parade in the streets of Brazzaville, while Natasha stays home to clean the house.  
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Score: 1065876.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/spotligh...ugee-sapeur-congo-brazzaville/
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