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Right here Right now Apr 6
Universal Health Coverage equals to Accessible, Affordable, Curative, Preventive, Quality Health Care services to All. An inclusion of everyone's Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights needs without discrimination.
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UN-Habitat Apr 5
DEADLINE EXTENDED!!!!👏👏 10 more days. Apply now!! Now you can Apply to host a Side Event at the Assembly upto and including 1⃣5⃣April 2019! 🗓️
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WeTu Apr 4
project at Hub Mbita ready for the official launch on Monday 8ths April. You are warmly welcome to celebrate with us. Don’t miss our radio 📻 Talkshow tomorrow morning from 8 to 9am on on 92,1 FM.
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UN-Water Apr 9
Easy access to clean water can be life changing. Without it, girls like 12-year-old Christina in Timor-Leste must still trudge through sometimes dangerous terrain to fetch heavy loads of water.
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UN-Water Apr 4
Where getting water means putting your life on the line. In eastern , searching for water puts children and their families in the line of fire. photo essay
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MEP Water Group Apr 3
is on the top 5 for our economies. Over the last decade, the has been spending 2,5 billion in💧for in more than 62 countries. It still not enough" ➡️ during the mep public session on -
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Nyaya Health Nepal Apr 7
How can Community Health Workers use Electronic Health Record to ensure ? CHW Apsara Siwakoti gives a demo of how to deliver quality healthcare via tech, going from door to door,
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UN-Habitat Apr 4
involve using readily available material. are using sand, soil and finishing with vanish in building floors for houses, reducing emissions and ensuring they are by reducing jigger infestation in homes.
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Maimunah Mohd Sharif Apr 9
An honour to meet with Colombian Ambassador to Kenya and PermRep, H.E. Elizabeth Ines Taylor Jay, today. looks forward to strengthening our continued partnership with in implementing the . 🇺🇳🇨🇴
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UNESCO WWAP Apr 8
In 2015, 154 countries had achieved >75% coverage with at least basic sanitation services. With exception of Australia & New Zealand, no region is on track to achieving universal basic by 2030.
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UN-Water Apr 17
More than 80% of all farms in the world are family farms smaller than 2 hectares. Smallholder family farmers constitute the backbone of national food supplies, contributing more than 1/2 of the agricultural production in many countries.
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VSO International Apr 7
VSO health lead Clive Ingleby, explains why it's now critical to support those left behind, and how VSO projects are committed to doing so.
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WssTP Apr 3
" must be given a distinct value in order to avoid misusage &overuse" ,Coordinator of explains in our latest newsl. the choice of theme for & the importance in addressing the societal dimension of💧➡️
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UN-Water Apr 16
Call for paper! Special issue of the Open Access Journal Water dedicated to the “Human Rights to Water and Sanitation”, seeks to capture the most up-to-date research and practices. Learn more here:
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HFFG Ghana Apr 9
Despite the progress in the global , women & girls continue to bear the brunt of the epidemic. For this reason, we integrate into all aspects of education and service provision for our project beneficiaries
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FAN MEX Apr 5
Talking about , ask for inclusiveness in decision making:"Its important to build the leadership of those who are disadvantaged, disabled. We should not be seen only as recipients of services, but must be given leadership."
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ASB SouthEast Europe 18h
National SDI Conference in Pristina. Up to 90 participants attended the event organized by Offices in Kosovo together with national partner PREDA Plus and Ministry for Labor and Social Welfare
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Right here Right now Apr 5
To achieve Universal Health coverage, Young people’s Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights requires that health facilities be more youth-friendly and accommodating to all young people regardless of one’s sexual orientation.
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Maimunah Mohd Sharif Apr 6
An honour to meet Secretary-General today at the ! It’s always great to hear your passionate stance on how we can make cities more , and for ALL! 🇺🇳🌇
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Katey_Linskey Apr 9
Love this update from World Forum from Olasford Wiah, Liberia’s Director of Community Health. If we’re serious about and we must put community engagement at the heart of our UHC aims
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