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Leveraging Community Engagement for Uninterrupted Health and Nutrition Services During COVID-19, Health News, ET HealthWorld

by Noveena Swapnabh& Riya Gupta Since its onset, COVID-19 has adversely affected public health systems, livelihoods and economies, further marginalizing vulnerable communities around the world. In this scenario, community preparedness is imperative to manage risk through the dissemination of accurate information. A socially consistent and informed response to COVID-19 can …

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Notice: Green light – Laguna Beach local news

A good night for Laguna and Clean Power On July 13, our city council voted unanimously to move forward and eventually join the 200 other towns, cities and counties in California that have chosen to run on clean electricity. So far, four cities in Orange County have made this decision: …

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2B and SS Waiver Wire Pickups for week 17

Due to the All-Star hiatus, there hasn’t been much action since we looked at the best midfield quit options last week – just two game days. As a result, I would always happily recommend anyone in that space at the time, although Rays’ management of Vidal Brujan gives me a …

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How to bridge the gap between climate rhetoric and action

After setting climate targets, countries and companies will need to quantify, reduce and monitor their emissions. This process can be complex, time consuming, and error prone, especially for novices. The right technology can simplify this process and make it more efficient, transparent and efficient. Here are three ways technology, especially …

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An action plan to ensure food security in Kashmir

The majority of farmers in Jammu and Kashmir are officially recognized as marginal farmers because of the very small land holdings. J & K’s agricultural properties were estimated at 0.55 hectares in the 2015-16 agricultural census, but unofficially they are much smaller (around 0.45 hectares). In the Kashmir Valley, the …

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