woensdag 22 mei 2019

Mobile Technology - the future of Health

Mobile Technology - the future of Health
At least 50% of the world's population has no access to essential health care services. And about 100 million are pushed into extreme poverty because of out-of-pocket health expenses. Yet, 80% of the population in developing countries owns a mobile phone.
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Consulate Hong Kong Closed
The Consulate is closed on Monday, 13 May due to public holiday.
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Change of timing for Passport and Visa collection at the Embassy in Nairobi
Effective 10th June 2019 until 14th November 2019 collection times will be as follows Collection passports and/or ID card (without appointment) Monday: 9.00 - 10.45 hours. Tuesday - Thursday: 8.30 - 10.45 hours. Monday - Thursday: 12:30 – 13:30 hours. Visa collection / check status visa (without appointment, with collection sheet) Monday - Thursday: 12.30 - 13.30 hours.
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Vacancy Announcement Management Assistant Agriculture
The Netherlands Embassy is looking for an Agricultural Management Assistant. Qualified candidates with excellent social media and computer ability, fluency in Farsi and English (and preferably some Dutch) are invited to apply. The deadline for application is Sunday, 19 May 2019, 18:00 hours.   Please send your CV with letter of motivation to: Mr. Hans Smolders Agricultural Counsellor Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands   Email: [email protected] Ref: LAN Management Assistance
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Media as the key against LGBTQ-discrimination
May is a month during which we celebrate our freedom. And we're not just talking about the Dutch Liberation Day (May 5th). May 3rd marked World Press Freedom Day, a day which stresses the importance of free press and freedom of expression. Meanwhile, today, May 17, marks IDAHOT, the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. The China Rainbow Media Awards initiative aims to connect these topics, showcasing unbiased media reporting about gender.
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Tanzania Country Strategy 2019 - 2022
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Short Stay Visas to France from Accra- Ghana
We wish to inform the general public that beginning 15th May, 2019,  the Netherlands Embassy in Accra ceases to represent the Embassy of the French Republic in Ghana for all visa services. Kindly contact the Embassy of the French Republic in Ghana (address below) for all visa application Processes. Embassy of France P.O. Box 187 Fourth Circular Road - Cantonments Tel. (233) (302) 21 45 50 E-mail: [email protected] Website: https://gh.ambafrance.org
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Statement by the Spokesperson of the EU on the trial of Chinese human rights lawyer Yu Wensheng
Prominent Chinese human rights lawyer Mr. Yu Wensheng, who for a number of years has defended human rights and promoted the rule of law in China and represented human rights activists and lawyers, was put on trial behind closed doors on 9 May at the Intermediate People's Court of Xuzhou City.
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Fund for Responsible Business (FVO)
Are you an independent entrepreneur who wishes to increase Responsible Business Conduct (RBC) within your organisation? If so, then the Fund for Responsible Business (FVO) can help you to collaborate with civil society organisations in order to identify and address RBC risks and misconduct within your value chain. FVO also helps civil society organisations to comply with any Responsible Business Conduct (RBC) agreements (IMVO-covenanten) to which they are signatories. FVO provides support in...
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Seminar report | The role of finance in accelerating circular business models
The finance sector plays a crucial role in enabling and stimulating the development of a circular economy. On the 16th of May, the Embassy of the Netherlands in Stockholm, Mistra - The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research and NMC - The Swedish Association of Sustainable Business organised a seminar to discuss how the finance sector can take on this role, with a focus on circular business models and other circular solutions.
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