Health Facilities Sample Clauses

Health Facilities. 7.1. In case any User needs medical assistance, the SMA shall immediately call CATS ambulance and admit the User to nearby government hospital as per the procedure prescribed by DUSIB.
Health Facilities. In November 1999 the Government estimated that 75 hospitals and health centres had been destroyed. Some 62 of them have been rebuilt, according to the Ministry of Public Health. In addition to the destruction of facilities, medicines were looted, and some health care personnel have died or gone into exile. Thus reconstruction will also involve equipment, medicine and health-care personnel.
Health Facilities. The Facilities screen captures attributes of a health facility’s cold chain function, including populations served by this health facility, vaccine supply, and fuel availability. This information allows the CCEM tool to match the preferred equipment modelsdetermined by the national cold chain manager—to facilities (for example, according to fuel or vaccine availability). Entering data on the Facilities tab:
Health Facilities. Somalia as a whole is facing a severe lack of functioning health care facilities, but more so in the Central and Southern regions which are home to over 50% (>5 million) of the country’s population. According to a 2012 survey by The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs [OCHA], there are currently less than 650 health facilities in Central and South Somalia including: hospitals (37), health centers (282), health posts (226), mobile clinics, primary healthcare and TB center. For a population of over 5 million this translates to over 135,000 people per hospital and over 17,000 people per health center. These facility population ratios meet the international Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) standards for health facilities and population ratio in crisis indicated on Table 2. However, these facilities are not equally distributed in the different regions and sub-districts and are mainly concentrated in large cities. For instance, 26 Prata, N., Sreenivas, A. Vahidnia, F., Potts, M. (2009). Saving maternal lives in resource-poor settings: Facing reality. Health Policy, 89 (2009) 131–148. 27 WHO. Monitoring emergency obstetric care: a handbook. (2009). Banadir, the largest and most populated region in Somalia, has 4-13 times more hospitals than other regions of the same zones (Central and South). Adding to the complexity of the problem is the lack of standards for health service and delivery of care amongst healthcare facilities in Somalia, thus the quality of service provided also varies. There are specific global standards by WHO and its partners for EmOC facilities and population ratio, which cover more people than the IASC standards. The acceptable level of EmOC facility and population ratio is at least four basic emergency obstetric care [BEmOC] and one comprehensive emergency obstetric care [CEmOC] facilities per 500,000 population. Somalia meets these minimum standards. Again, even if the facilities are available the required functioning, access and quality are barely there. The lack of adequately functioning health facilities overwhelms the system and health provisions (access and service quality) are negatively impacted. 28,29 Table 2: Global health cluster suggested set of core indicators and benchmarks by category Source: Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC), 2010. 28 WB. (2007). Somali joint needs assessment: social services and protection of vulnerable groups Cluster report. http://www.worldbank.org/en/country/somal...

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Facilities Keep all properties useful or necessary to Borrower's business in good repair and condition, and from time to time make necessary repairs, renewals and replacements thereto so that such properties shall be fully and efficiently preserved and maintained.
Shared Facilities The Lessor shall keep all elevators, firefighting and safety facilities, air conditioning equipment and other facilities in the building in a normal operation condition, and regularly repair and maintain the same. After the receipt of a fault notice from the Lessee, the Lessor shall send certain personnel to repair the facilities in reasonable time (except the part that shall be repaired by the Lessee or the user).
TEACHER FACILITIES A. Each school shall have the following facilities:
Office Facilities During the Employment Period, the Company will furnish Executive, without charge, suitable office facilities for the purpose of performing his duties hereunder, which facilities shall include secretarial, telephone, clerical and support personnel and services and shall be similar to those furnished to employees of the Company having comparable positions.
Access to Facilities Each of the Company and each of its Subsidiaries will permit any representatives designated by the Purchaser (or any successor of the Purchaser), upon reasonable notice and during normal business hours, at such person's expense and accompanied by a representative of the Company, to:
State Facilities If the State makes space available to the Party in any State facility during the term of this Agreement for purposes of the Party’s performance under this Agreement, the Party shall only use the space in accordance with all policies and procedures governing access to and use of State facilities which shall be made available upon request. State facilities will be made available to Party on an “AS IS, WHERE IS” basis, with no warranties whatsoever.
Working Facilities During the Term of Employment, the Company shall furnish the Executive with an office, secretarial help and such other facilities and services suitable to his position and adequate for the performance of his duties hereunder.
Employee Facilities Employee Facilities. Restrooms and attendant facilities shall be provided as required in the orders and regulations of the State of Washington Department of Labor and Industries. A good faith effort will be made by the Employer to provide facilities for employees’ personal belongings.
Services and Facilities The Minister shall arrange for the Board to be provided with such services, staff and facilities as are necessary to enable the Board to perform its functions.
Existing Facilities Each of the Existing Facilities shall be repaid in full and terminated and all collateral security therefor shall be released, and the Administrative Agent shall have received pay-off letters in form and substance satisfactory to it evidencing such repayment, termination and release.