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Why Does the World Have No Time for the Desperate Suffering of the Ukrainian People Stuck in This Ever Going Conflict: Temperatures Plunge Amid Rising Humanitarian Needs While the UN Humanitarian Response Plan Fund for the Country Only Has Received 36% Funding Required


|| November 15: 2018 || ά. Amidst an ongoing active conflict, that seems to have fallen off the international community’s radar, temperatures in eastern Ukraine dropping well below zero and leaving millions in need of urgent humanitarian assistance, according to the United Nations, highlighting the plight of these forgotten people and calling for support.

In Geneva on Thursday, Ms Osnat Lubrani, the UN Humanitarian Co-ordinator in Ukraine, briefed UN Member States on the human cost and consequences of the severe humanitarian crisis and called on international donors to urgently increase funding to help vulnerable families through the long harsh winter. “Thanks to generous support by donors, so far this year more than one million most vulnerable Ukrainians have received vital assistance and protection services.” she said.

“But funding is now falling short.” While humanitarians are racing to prepare for frigid winter temperatures, aid workers have reached people with shelter, food and livelihood support, cash assistance and access to health care and education.

However, she pointed out, the 2018 Humanitarian Response Plan remains only 36 per cent funded. “Lack of funds means that the basic needs of millions of men, women and children continue to be denied.” warned Ms. Lubrani.

“I call on the Member States to stand in solidarity with the people of eastern Ukraine and help sustain them through the cold winter, which is compounded by overwhelming needs in the areas of mental health and psychological trauma, protection, mine action, shelter, health, livelihoods, water, sanitation and hygiene.” she said.

Each month, more than 01.1 million civilian crossings occur through the 427-plus km-long so-called ‘contact line’. Civilians regularly endure long delays, risk hostilities and landmines and struggle with undignified conditions to maintain family links and access basic services. While commending efforts to improve crossing conditions, Ms. Lubrani stressed that more needed to be done on both sides during this harsh winter at the checkpoints, pointing to the lack of adequate water, sanitation facilities and heating.

With thousands of ceasefire violations every month, shelling, sniper-fire and landmines in eastern Ukraine continue to kill and maim civilians. Since 2014, over 3,000 civilians have lost their lives.

“This year only, we have seen more than 73 incidents affecting critical water infrastructure and, if, the shelling continues during the winter, people will struggle to keep warm and frequent water interruption increases the risks of communicable disease outbreaks.” Ms Lubrani said, referring to fragile interconnected water and heating systems. 

“Civilians and critical civilian infrastructure must be spared and protected according to the international humanitarian law. They are not a target.”

In late February 2014, the situation in Ukraine went from political crisis, to violent confrontation and, later, became a full-scale conflict in the east, which has claimed the lives of over 3,000 civilians so far.

Caption: People wait in line at Maiorske Entry:Exit Checkpoint in eastern Ukraine: Image: OCHA Ukraine:O.Gaskevych:::ω.

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The Missing Piece Has Gone Looking for the Missing P in Neumonia: Where the Missing P Equates to 02.6 Million Lives Lost in the Last Year Alone: Just Because Humanity Is Made of Few Billions Does Not and Must Not Mean That We Should Not Even Blink Where Millions of Human Beings are Dying From Preventable Causes





For a Better Human Condition Than This: Capitalism Is Where and When It Is Normal for 02.6 Million Human Beings to Die From Pneumonia Alone Only in a Year and the Humanity Peopling This Earth Accept This as 'Normal': This Is NOT acceptable: Not a Single Human Should Die From Preventable Causes








|| November 14: 2018: University of Southampton News || ά. Dr Michael Head, a University of Southampton Researcher has called for immediate action to tackle pneumonia after a new report named the condition as the leading infectious disease killer in the world, claiming an estimated 02.6 million lives in 2017. Dr Head, Senior Research Fellow in Global Health in the Clinical Informatics Research Unit at the University of Southampton, is a major contributor to the report ‘The Missing Piece: why continued neglect of Pneumonia threatens the achievement of health goals’, which was published to coincide with World Pneumonia Day, Monday, November 12.

Using the latest Global Burden of Disease:GBD data, ‘The Missing Piece’ Report places the responsibility for such a high death rate on the historically low priority given to pneumonia by national governments and the relatively low levels of international development assistance and research and development spending allocated to pneumonia-related activities. “Pneumonia is a disease, that has not caught the public’s attention, despite the massive number of deaths each year.” said Dr Head, who has, also, been named as one of 10 global ‘Pneumonia Fighters’ by the campaign group Just Actions for pushing research boundaries.

“There are few high-profile advocates and, as our research shows, there has been very little funding for research into Pneumonia compared to other infectious diseases, such as, Malaria and AIDS.” Dr Head sais. “This has to change and needs addressing with a joined-up approach to prioritising and funding research from global health organisations, such as, the World Health Organisation, research funders, Save the Children, UNICEF and national governments.”

‘The Missing Piece’ Report shows that Pneumonia prevention, diagnosis and treatment are not a priority for domestic health budgets, as the disease attracted just 06% or $US05.7 billion of the total $US92 billion in development assistance allocated between 2007 and 2016 to HIV-AIDs, Malaria, and Pneumonia.

Further, between 2000 and 2015, Pneumonia attracted 03% or $US03 billion of infectious disease R and D, according to an analysis by the Research Investments in Global Health study, produced by Dr Head and his colleagues at the University of Southampton, Harvard and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. These low levels of spending are in stark contrast to Pneumonia’s infectious disease burden, more than 25% of all infectious disease deaths, according to the GBD.

Progress in reducing Pneumonia deaths has not kept pace with other leading infectious diseases. Between 1990 and 2017, Pneumonia deaths fell by 25%, compared to 88% for Tetanus, 86% for Measles, 47% for HIV:AIDS, since the peak of the epidemic in 2003, 46% for Whooping Cough, 41% for Typhoid, 39% for Diarrhoea and 38% for Meningitis. Slow progress in reducing Pneumonia deaths will prohibit many countries from achieving the Sustainable Development Goals for child survival, communicable diseases and access to vaccines and medicines.

Two-thirds of Pneumonia-related deaths occur in a diverse group of 20 low, middle, and high income countries, including, India, Nigeria, China, Japan and the USA. Despite progress in reducing child Pneumonia deaths in all of these countries, many still have a long way to go to end preventable child deaths by 2030. Others are facing sharply rising Pneumonia deaths among the elderly and some are challenged with double burdens of Pneumonia deaths among both children and the elderly.

GBD data shows that, unlike many infectious diseases, Pneumonia deaths follow a U-shaped curve across the life-cycle with 75% of the 02.6 million deaths concentrated among the very young, 809.000 deaths and the very old, 01.13 million deaths.

The Report recommends several course correction strategies. First and foremost, high-burden countries should introduce Pneumonia control strategies to fully protect their most vulnerable populations with the Pneumonia-fighting vaccines, Hib, PCV, Measles and RSV when available and ensure access to diagnostics, pulse oximetry and treatments, recommended antibiotics, oxygen, and therapeutic foods. Specific strategies to reduce the major risk factors for Pneumonia death among children, child wasting, air pollution, pre-term birth and adults, smoking and alcohol use, should, also, be implemented.

The Report acknowledges that some countries will continue to require international development assistance to achieve Pneumonia control and that increases in the historically low levels of development assistance allocated to pneumonia will be required.

Global actors should ensure that development assistance helps countries in their efforts to better align their domestic health spending with national disease burdens. They should, also, lead the development and uptake of breakthrough Pneumonia-fighting technologies, especially, those than can reduce the incidence of Pneumonia and ensure that people, who get sick, make a full recovery.

This includes supporting promising new tools, including, the emerging RSV vaccines and a rapid diagnostic test for Pneumonia, that would remove a major obstacle to effective Pneumonia treatment, rational antibiotic use and continued antibiotic effectiveness.

Read the Report:::ω.

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Hunger and Obesity in Latin America and the Caribbean Are Compounded by Inequality: UN Report




|| November 07: 2018 || ά. For the third consecutive year, the number of those chronically hungry has increased in Latin America and the Caribbean, while 250 million, 60 percent of the regional population, are obese or overweight, representing the biggest  threat to nutritional health, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation:FAO on Wednesday. Speaking at the launch of the Panorama of Food and Nutrition Security 2018 Report in Santiago, Chile, FAO’s Regional Representative, Mr Julio Berdegue said that it was an appalling threat to health overall, affecting women and indigenous groups the most.

The Panorama, published annually by FAO, the Pan American Health Organisation:PAHO, the United Nations Children’s Fund:UNICEF and the World Food Programme:WFP, explores strategies to halt the health threats posed by hunger and malnutrition in Latin America and the Caribbean. According to the Report, hunger, malnutrition, lack of micro-nutrients and obesity largely affect lower income families, women, indigenous communities, Afro-descendants and rural families.

Principle causes of malnutrition amongst the most vulnerable, can be traced back to changes the food systems have experienced in the region, from production to consumption. With a greater strain on the demand for nutrient-rich food like milk and meats, many resort to less costly options, which are, often, higher in fat, sugar and salt.

Ms Maria Cristina Perceval, who serves as the Regional Director of UNICEF in the region, said that stunting correlates closely to inequality and poverty levels and being chronically overweight was, also, increasingly affecting the poorest children. She highlighted the fact that lower income families have unequal access to healthy diets.

Obesity has become the greatest threat to Latin America and the Caribbean, when it comes to nutritional health conditions. Nearly one in four adults are obese and more than seven percent of children below the age of five are overweight, higher than the global average of 05.6 percent.

‘’To address the exacerbation of hunger and obesity, a multi-spectoral approach is needed.” Ms Carissa Etienne, Director of PAHO:WHO, said. She said that the solution required addressing social factors just, as well as, water quality and access to health services.

In response to growing malnutrition, partner authors on the Report call on countries to implement public policies, that combat inequality while promoting health and sustainable food systems. :::ω.

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Finland Invites Nominations for the International Gender Equality Prize 2019: Deadline for Nominations December 31: 2018




|| October 28: 2018 || ά. The call for proposals for the Finnish Government’s International Gender Equality Prize 2019 is now open to the public. The Prize, which will be awarded for the second time in autumn 2019, can go to a person or organisation working to promote gender equality in an internationally significant way. The award sum for the next prize has been increased to Eur300,000. Anyone can nominate a candidate on the Prize website until December 31, 2018.

“Gender equality is a core value of Finnish society. Finland would be a very different country, if, women and girls had not participated in creating the welfare society. With this Prize, we aim to advance equality on the international stage by raising discussion about equality and highlighting important related themes, such as, violence against women.” says Finland’s Prime Minister Mr Juha Sipilä. “I hope, we will receive a lot of good proposals for the next prize recipient from around the world.”

The Prize, established in 2017 in honour of the 100th anniversary of Finland’s independence, was first awarded to the Federal Chancellor of Germany Ms Angela Merkel, whose life’s work has made her one of the world’s most influential people and an example to many women and girls.

The Prize includes a sum of Eur300,000, which is intended not for the recipients themselves but is rather directed to a cause, that advances gender equality. Chancellor Merkel granted her prize money, Eur150,000 in 2017 to an NGO working to promote the rights of women and children in Niger. The Organisation, SOS Femmes et Enfants Victimes de Violence Familiale, is using the prize money to build a residential shelter for victims of domestic violence in the Nigerien capital of Niamey.

The Government of Finland awards the Prize based on the suggestion of an international jury. The members of the jury for 2019 are Mr Pekka Haavisto, Chair, Member of Parliament, Ms Eva Biaudet, President of the National Council of Women of Finland, Ms Katja Iversen, President and CEO of Women Deliver, Ms Anneli Jätteenmäki, Member of the European Parliament and first female Prime Minister of Finland and Mr Dean Peacock, Co-founder and Co-Executive Director of South African NGO Sonke Gender Justice.

The International Gender Equality Prize is awarded once every two years in co-operation with the City of Tampere. Anyone can nominate a candidate on the Prize website until December 31, 2018. The nomination form must be completed in English.

Inquiries: Riikka Pakarinen: Special Adviser: EU Affairs: Tele: +358 40 580 0833: Jorma Korhonen: Senior Adviser for International Affairs: Tele: +358 295 160 410: Irina Haltsonen: Communications Specialist: Tele: +358 50 597 3744:::ω.

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Vihrea Suomi: Finland Forges Ahead On the Green and Sustainable Path: Coal Ban in 2029: More Bio-Fuels for Transport and Bio-Fuel Oil for Heating and Machinery
















|| October 23: 2018 || ά. The Finnish Government proposes that coal-fired power and heating generation be banned from May 01, 2029. It submitted the coal ban bill to Parliament on October 18. The Government, also, proposes measures to promote the use of transport bio-fuels and bio-fuel oil for heating and machinery. “The Government has today submitted to Parliament bills, that all have the same goal: more determined and accelerated action for climate change mitigation. We want to be among the first countries to phase out coal, because it would be an important climate step for Finland and we were one of the co-founders of the international Powering Past Coal Alliance.” says Mr Kimmo Tiilikainen, Finland’s Minister of the Environment, Energy and Housing.

The coal ban is part of Finland’s National Energy and Climate Strategy to 2030. This far-reaching energy policy aims to phase out the use of fossil fuels in energy generation and move towards an emission-free energy system. Coal would be the first fossil energy source to be banned in energy production. The Finnish Government aims to achieve a low-carbon energy system, promote the use of renewable energy sources and ensure a healthy living environment. The coal ban would cut carbon dioxide emissions in Finland by approximately one million tons a year. It would, also, reduce other emissions, such as, sulphur dioxide and heavy metal.

The aim of the relatively long transition period is to ensure the reconciliation of different kinds of public and private interests. Coal-fired power generation is already declining and by the time of the 2029 ban, it would be down to 03.4-04.3 TWh. The ban would have cost implications, chiefly, in the district heating networks in Vaasa and Helsinki, where measures to replace coal would have to start earlier than currently planned. The estimate is that other coal-fired power plants in Finland would be replaced before 2030. Multi-fuel power plants would replace coal with other fuels.

The costs of premature decommissioning of existing equipment would be around EUR 38 million and the additional costs of replacement investments would be around EUR 14-23 million. Under the Finnish Constitution, the state will not be liable for increased costs associated with the coal ban but the Constitutional Law Committee of Parliament will probably reassess the matter.

Today, the Government, also, submitted its proposals on fuel distribution obligations. The obligation to distribute bio-fuels would be tightened gradually in the 2020s. The obligation to distribute transport bio-fuels would be increased as of 2021, from 18% to 30% by 2029. Similarly, the obligation to distribute advanced bio-fuels would be tightened from 2021 onwards, reaching 10 percentage points by 2030.

The proposed distribution obligations could reduce emissions by 50% by 2030, when combined with other targets in the National Energy and Climate Strategy, i.e, 250,000 electric cars, 50,000 gas cars and better energy efficiency.

Distributors of light fuel oil would be assigned a new obligation to replace some of the light fuel oil used in heating, machinery and stationary engines with bio-fuel oil as of 2021. This obligation would be increased gradually from 03% in 2021 to 10% in 2028.

The obligations regarding bio-fuels and bio-fuel oil are part of the implementation of the National Energy and Climate Strategy and the Medium-term Climate Change Policy Plan to 2030. Their aim is to reduce emissions, increase the use of renewable energy sources and decrease the use of imported oil.

Inquiries: Vilhartti Hanhilahti: Special Adviser to the Minister of the Environment, Energy and Housing: Tele: +358 40 836 4823

Anja Liukko: Senior Legal Advisor: Ministry of Employment and the Economy: Tele: tel. +358 29 506 2078:::ω.

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The World Conference on Primary Health Care 2018 in Astana Kazakhstan: October 25-26


















|| October 23: 2018 || ά. The World Health Organisation, UNICEF and the Government of Kazakhstan will co-host the World Conference on Primary Health Care 2018 on October 25-26 at the Palace of Independence in Astana, Kazakhstan. The Conference will mark the 40th anniversary of the historic 1978 Alma-Ata Declaration on primary health care and will unite world leaders to affirm that strong primary health care is essential to achieve universal health coverage.

The Global Conference on Primary Health Care will help chart a course to ensure that everyone, everywhere can access quality, affordable primary health care in their community. Country representatives will sign and ratify a bold declaration to increase investments in primary health care to advance universal health coverage and the Sustainable Development Goals. Attendees will include heads of states, ministers of health, finance, education and social welfare; health workers and patients, youth delegates and leaders representing global health institutions, civil society, academia, philanthropy, media and the private sector.

Investing in primary health care is one of the most effective, cost-effective and equitable strategies to improve health outcomes and advance universal health coverage. On every continent and at every income level, countries are pursuing some of their most ambitious health reforms to date to expand access to health care and transform health systems.

The conference will feature a two-day programme of six high-level plenaries, 20 parallel sessions and partner-led side-events and exhibits. Ministers of Health and young people are expected to attend events throughout the conference, including, a ministerial meeting to plan for the first High-Level Meeting on Universal Health Coverage in 2019. :::ω.

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Securing Access to Optimal Cancer Care Through Innovation Integration and Sustainability: The European Society for Medical Oncology Congress 2018 Presents the Latest Research in the Fields of Oncology


















|| October 21: 2018 || ά. Securing access to optimal cancer care for all patients can only be achieved through integrated, sustainable translation of today’s scientific advances into tomorrow’s treatments, reinforced by a clear understanding of the magnitude of clinical effects and accurate identification of patients most likely to benefit. At the opening press conference of the European Society for Medical Oncology:ESMO Congress 2018, the Scientific Chair, Professor Solange Peters stressed the importance of ensuring that the innovations reported at the meeting reach the right patients at the right time.

“ESMO 2018 is, first and foremost, about innovation and compelling clinical trial data will be presented about potential new treatments for breast, prostate, ovarian and other cancers. But the conference is, also, about integration and sustainability and we are encouraging a more integrated approach to cancer care, as well as, supporting essential policy-informing discussions about affordable, sustainable models of care.” said Professor Solange Peters. Over the next few days, data will be presented from over 2,000 submitted abstracts, representing nearly 116,000 patients, who have taken part in clinical trials.

Amongst studies focused on access to care will be important research demonstrating large variations between countries in time for reimbursement decisions on new cancer drugs. This shows that some European countries take more than twice as long as others to reach health technology assessment:HTA decisions to reimburse new cancer drugs following their approval by the European Medicines Agency:EMA. The average decision time is longer than one year in some countries.

“Without timely reimbursement decisions, based on appropriate evaluation of a new medicine’s benefits and cost-effectiveness, patients, may, miss out on potentially life-changing cancer medicines.” explained the Study Co-author Dr Kerstin Vokinger, Senior Research Scientist at the University Hospital of Zurich, Switzerland and an Affiliated Researcher at Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA.

The Study found that health authorities, generally, made decisions much more quickly for drugs ranked as being of ‘highest benefit’ on the ESMO Magnitude of Clinical Benefit Scale:ESMO-MCBS, which uses a rational, structured and consistent approach to grade the magnitude of clinical benefit that can be expected from anti-cancer treatments. Together with the recently published ESMO Scale for Clinical Actionability of molecular Targets:ESCAT, which simplifies and standardises choices for targeted cancer treatment, ESMO-MCBS is helping to ensure that treatment decisions are based on the highest standards of evidence.

“ESMO is a driver of change affecting the entire field of oncology. ESMO-MCBS and ESCAT are grounding treatment choices in the best available evidence, helping to enhance decision making for both clinicians and healthcare providers, and making a major contribution to securing access to optimal cancer care for all patients, wherever they live.” concluded ESMO President Mr Josep Taberno.

About the European Society for Medical Oncology:ESMO: ESMO is the leading professional organisation for medical oncology. With over 19,000 members representing oncology professionals from over 150 countries worldwide, ESMO is the society of reference for oncology education and information. ESMO is committed to offer the best care to people with cancer, through fostering integrated cancer care, supporting oncologists in their professional development, and advocating for sustainable cancer care worldwide..:::ω.

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The World in a Kafkaesque Darkness: Will the World Keep on Heading Towards That Monstrosity and Accept This Lawlessness of a Jungle Without Making a Stand Against It



|| October 18: 2018 || ά. ‘’The case of Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi is just the latest example of a new and very worrying practice of States abducting individuals beyond their own borders.’’ said the Chair of the UN Working Group on Enforced Disappearances, addressing the UN General Assembly on Thursday. In its annual Report, presented to the UN Human Rights Council at the end of September, the Working Group on Enforced Disappearances highlighted the practice, which the Chair, Mr Bernard Duhaime termed as that, which ‘occurs with or without the acquiescence of the host state and, while, in most cases, the victims reappear in detention after a short period, in other cases they remain disappeared as in the recent shocking case of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi’.

Mr Duhaime reiterated a statement released on October 09, which called for an independent international investigation into what happened and the identification and prosecution of the perpetrators. He added that the Working Group had previously expressed its concerns over ‘short-term disappearances’, increasingly used in recent years, especially, in the context of anti-terrorism operations. Mr Duhaime said that it was, often, done to extract evidence and finalise the investigation outside the protection of the law and, often, resorting to coercion, if, not torture.

This year’s report expresses serious concern that the number of enforced disappearances continues to be unacceptably high worldwide, with 820 new cases reported between May 2017 and May this year and called for more assistance to be made available to family members and members of civil society to enable them to report cases to the Working Group and, more importantly, to keep working on enforced disappearance issues.

“Whether it is used to repress political dissent, combat organised crime or, allegedly, fight terrorism, when resorting to enforced disappearance, States are actually perpetrating a crime and an offence to human dignity.” Mr Duhaime told the Assembly, urging all Member States to ratify, without delay, the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance.

The Working Group was set up in 1980, to help families find out what happened to their relatives. It serves as a channel of communication between family members of victims of enforced disappearance and other sources reporting cases of disappearances, and the Governments concerned..:::ω.

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There Can Not Be Health and Well Being So Long Poverty Keeps Ravaging the World: No Education Keeps Devastating Humanity: Malnutrition and Hunger Keeps Crippling Humanity: Hundreds of Millions of Humans are Left to Rot Away in Shanty Towns and Homelessness Keeps on Destroying Lives: Unemployment Keeps Strangling Lives: All the World’s Health Organisations Can Make Grand Declarations But Without States and Governments Investing in Eradicating These Most-Low-Evils and High-Cruelties These Will Remain Hollow Words: Global Health Organisations Commit to New Ways of Working Together for Greater Impact




|| October 16: 2018 || ά. As The Humanion presents this report about this highly admirable initiative of these world health agencies, we would like to put to them this question: how can there be any health in these shanty towns? How can the question of health arise, where people do not, even, have access to proper sanitation? How can anyone dare talk about health, when people have no access to the bare, basic food and drink and they are scavenging for food in the dustbins and landfill sites and human beings are forced to eat rotten meats and poultry? Who dares to speak about health, when the world’s vast number of human beings are destined to rot away in utter and sheer poverty? Who dares to speak about health and well-being, when the vast number of human beings are born and pay the price and suffer without ever having to set foot at a school! Who dares to mention health, when, even, in countries like the United Kingdom and similar rich economies, vast multitude of human beings are living in poverty and people are dying on the streets from homelessness and rough sleeping! Who dares mentioning health, when the largest chunk of the world’s population has  no access to healthcare!

Health Agencies have the most impossible task: the world bodies, states and governments have grand declarations and they set these agencies to go and do: but going and doing requires money, requires resources: words the world has much, far too much: actions, investments and much, much, much of it, must be had! Where are the resources? Where are the investments? Why on earth all the countries, states and governments, including, the richest of the economies not investing in these? This does not mean that The Humanion does not appreciate the impossible work and initiatives these agencies are seeking to do with negligible budgets against the enormity of the desperate needs. They can not do it: they can not make political and economic decisions: political leaderships of the world’s states and governments must do that. Eradicate poverty, eradicate hunger, eradicate shanty towns, eradicate homelessness, ensure clean and pure drinking water, ensure sanitation and invest to make education a Universal Human Right: invest: No, they will give the world bombastic declarations, high statements and this and the other, which is no use to the children being born and suffering and dying like they are not humans in all the countless shanty towns in the world: all the millions dying of hunger have no use of these declarations! Investment and an enormous amount of investment is required.

Added to this, now we have these Sustainable Development Goals and all these agencies have spent some years getting them off the heart and they keep on repeating these as, if, by just repeating these they can make themselves believe that these will come into reality by some magic! There Can Not Be Health and Well Being So Long Poverty Keeps Ravaging the World: No Education Keeps Devastating Humanity: Malnutrition and Hunger Kee[ Crippling Humanity: Hundreds of Millions of Humans are Left to Rot Away in Shanty Towns and Homelessness Keeps on Destroying Lives: Unemployment Keeps Strangling Lives: All the World’s Health Organisations Can Make Grand Declarations But Without States and Governments Investing in Eradicating These Most-Low-Evils and High-Cruelties These Will Remain Hollow Words: Global Health Organisations Commit to New Ways of Working Together for Greater Impact. So long These Most Low-Evils and High-Cruelties Remain in Existence No One Should Dare Speak About Sustainability, Let Alone, Mentioning Development! Invest and Invest and Invest: There is nothing sustainable about millions and millions of humans are going into the open because they have no access to a safe toilet! Let alone toilets: millions and millions of humans have no access to clean and safe water! What is sustainable about this and where is the development in it! It is time to stand up and scream at this devastation, destruction and annihilation of humanity by the brutal economics and rich-dictated and directed politics! It is time to tell these leaderships that  they can no longer carry this caricature. It is time to act and invest now. They can not keep on letting a large chunk of the entire human race waste away and perish! This can not be sustained! This is brutal, barbaric and cruel! This can not go on.

Now that we have set out the raw and devastating introduction, here is the news of this new effort: Eleven heads of the world’s leading health and development organisations today signed a landmark commitment to find new ways of working together to accelerate progress towards achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. See, the ‘landmark commitment’: this does not add a single cent in their budgets! Absolutely not! And, then follows the grand Sustainable Development Goals: Where is the investment to bring that development, that is sustainable? Where are the investments! How many hundreds of trillions of dollars must be made available to bring about half of these goals into reality? These investments have not been made but we have the grand declarations!

Co-ordinated by the World Health Organisation, the initiative unites the work of 11 organisations, with others set to join in the next phase. And, that, too, will not add another cent into their budgets! They all will run far low than what they need and the lone World Health Organisations will, issue, emergency appeal because it keeps on falling short on its funds and no one would blink and offer much: the richest countries will look away and put whatever they can in their ears!

The commitment follows a request from Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo of Ghana, and Prime Minister Erna Solberg of Norway, with support from United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, to develop a global action plan to define how global actors can better collaborate to accelerate progress towards the health-related targets of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.

“Healthy people are essential for sustainable development, to ending poverty, promoting peaceful and inclusive societies and protecting the environment. However, despite great strides made against many of the leading causes of death and disease, we must redouble our efforts or we will not reach several of the health-related targets.” the organisations announced today at the World Health Summit in Berlin.

“The Global Action Plan represents an historic commitment to new ways of working together to accelerate progress towards meeting the 2030 goals. We are committed to redefine how our organizations work together to deliver more effective and efficient support to countries and to achieve better health and well-being for all people.”

The group has agreed to develop new ways of working together to maximise resources and measure progress in a more transparent and engaging way. The first phase of the plan’s development is organized under three strategic approaches: align, accelerate and account.

Align: The organisations have committed to co-ordinate programmatic, financing and operational processes to increase collective efficiency and impact on a number of shared priorities, such as, gender equality and reproductive, maternal, new-born, child and adolescent health.

Accelerate: They have agreed to develop common approaches and co-ordinate action in areas of work, that have the potential to increase the pace of progress in global health. The initial set of seven ‘accelerators’ include community and civil society engagement, research and development, data and sustainable financing. 

Account: To improve transparency and accountability to countries and development partners, the health organisations are breaking new ground by setting common milestones for nearly 50 health-related targets across 14 Sustainable Development Goals. These milestones will provide a critical checkpoint and common reference to determine where the world stands in 2023 and whether it is on track to reach the 2030 goals.

The organisations, that have, already, signed up to the Global Action Plan for Healthy Lives and Well-being for All are: Gavi the Vaccine Alliance, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, the Global Financing Facility, UNAIDS, UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF, Unitaid, UN Women, the World Bank and WHO. The World Food Programme has committed to join the plan in the coming months.

The final plan will be delivered in September 2019 at the United Nations General Assembly.

And we end this piece with the same point: end the most-low evils and high cruelties and to do so there must be investment and a great deal of it: without it all we have are hollow words. There can not be any development without investment: there can not be any sustainability, when the very humanity is perishing away in millions! What can we sustain when we can not, even, stop millions of new-borns dying needlessly every year! In a money based system investment is the life-blood to bring about development.::ω.

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Burundi Attempting to Silence UN Body Monitoring Grave Human Rights Situation in the Country




|| October 15: 2018 || ά. Independent expert human rights mechanisms at the UN are crucial to addressing serious human rights violations and ensuring accountability for those violations. States must protect their right to share their findings. In an unprecedented move, the Burundian Government is attempting to block the Commission of Inquiry:CI on Burundi from briefing the General Assembly on its findings, despite its mandate to do so. A vote is scheduled to take place in the Third Committee of the General Assembly on the morning of Tuesday, October 16 on whether the CI will be allowed to present its report to the Committee. 12 NGOs, including, International Service for Human Rights:ISHR, have signed a joint letter urging States to support the right of the CI to present its report.

‘’This is the first time a mandate established by the Human Rights Council is being attacked in this way and represents a very dangerous precedent,’’ said ISHR New York Director and Legal Counsel, Ms Madeleine Sinclair. ‘’This was made clear, when Somalia immediately echoed Burundi and asked for the Independent Expert on the situation of human rights in Somalia’s presentation to the Third Committee, also, be blocked.’’ Burundi’s move is simply the latest in a series of attempts to avoid accountability by thwarting the CI, including, personal attacks against members of the CI, declaring them personae non gratae and threatening them with prosecution, including, for ‘defamation’ and for ‘destabilising’ the country.

The Human Rights Council extended the mandate of the CI just last month in recognition of the severity of the human rights situation in the country. This move by Burundi is, also, the latest in a series of moves to reverse Human Rights Council decisions. In 2013, the African Group successfully overturned a decision of the Human Rights Council to create a UN focal point on reprisals. In 2016, the African Group unsuccessfully challenged the appointment of the Independent Expert on protection against violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

The NGO letter urges governments to ensure that the CI, a body they created, can do its crucial work and report on it during the Third Committee and demonstrate their respect for the integrity of the Human Rights Council.

The CI is the only independent investigating mechanism, that is mandated to publicly report on the serious human rights violations and abuses committed in the country, including, killings, beatings, sexual violence, arbitrary imprisonment and intimidation.

The CI was established by the Human Rights Council in September 2016. Its mandate was renewed in October 2017 and renewed again in October 2018. The CI is mandated, inter alia, to conduct a thorough investigation into human rights violations and abuses in Burundi since April 2015, including, on their extent and whether they, may, constitute international crimes.

The resolution creating the CI and the two subsequent resolutions renewing it, include an explicit mandate to present its report to the General Assembly. Despite this, on October 10, the African Group won a vote in the Third Committee of the General Assembly allowing the Committee to seek a legal opinion from the UN Office of Legal Affairs, asking to clarify the legal basis for including the CI on the Third Committee list of mandate holders presenting reports and participating in a related dialogue.

he legal advice clarified that there is a legal basis for the Third Committee to hold an interactive dialogue with the CI, which is supported by established practice. In addition, programme budget implications allowing CI members and staff to travel to New York to present the CI’s findings to the General Assembly, were approved in 2017 after the adoption of HRC resolution 36:19.::ω.

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Successful Climate Policy Requires Unanimity From the Parties



|| October 09: 2018: Juha Sipilä: Finland’s Prime Minister Writing || ά. The Special Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change:IPCC published today has provoked well-deserved discussion on the mitigation of climate change. The report emphasises the need to limit global warming to 01.5°C instead of the previous target of 02°C. A 01.5°C increase in temperature would already lead to serious problems and require measures to adapt to the consequences. If, the global temperature were to increase by 02°C, the Report finds that the effects would be significantly more severe and difficult to manage.

For example, an increase of 02°C would leave twice the number of people without sufficient water than a 01.5°C increase. The difference would be dramatic. The fight against climate change has been one of the main objectives of the Government’s policy. When leading the discussion on the formation of a new government, I set commitment to the Paris Agreement as a requirement for our coalition partners. With this in mind, the Government has decided to phase out coal by 2029, increase its renewable energy targets to more than 50 per cent and work to promote the use of electric transport. The overarching goal of the policy is to achieve carbon neutrality by 2045.

However, the measures taken thus far are not nearly enough. The message of the new Report is clear. We must work harder and faster to mitigate climate change. The need to decrease emissions opens up enormous potential markets for new technological solutions. Finland has the opportunity to become a superpower in combatting climate change.

At the same time, we must acknowledge that taking the measures needed to reduce emissions will not be easy for Finland. For politicians, decision-making requires courage, consensus and a long-term perspective. The long-term decision-making needed to tackle climate change requires dialogue across government and opposition borders. This has, also, been Finland’s strategy, when making decisions on foreign and security policy.

In November, I plan to invite all Finnish parliamentary parties to a round-table discussion. The Finnish Climate Panel has promised to lead the discussion. The goal is to achieve as broad a parliamentary consensus as possible on Finland’s climate policy. In this process, the parties would start from a clean slate, discussing common measures and objectives to commit to in order to ensure sufficiently ambitious climate policy and guarantee its continuity beyond government terms.

During this parliamentary term, Finland has, also, been a very active promoter of ambitious climate policy on the international stage. Additionally, we have been working at the European Union level to establish more stringent emission reduction targets. These efforts should definitely continue. I am currently touring around Europe and meeting with all of my EU colleagues. At the meetings, I have been laying the groundwork for Finland’s EU Presidency, term beginning next summer. I have, also, addressed climate change and emphasised that the current measures are not enough. Climate change must feature prominently in Finland’s programme for its EU Presidency. Europe must take on an international role as a climate leader.:::ω.

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|| October 08: 2018 || ά. Limiting global warming to 01.5°C will require ‘far-reaching and unprecedented changes’ to human behaviour, according to a United Nations scientific panel,  launching a Special Report on Monday, that finds some of the actions needed are already under way but must be dramatically increased. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change:IPCC, issued the Report from Incheon, Republic of Korea, where for the past week, hundreds of scientists and government representatives have been poring over thousands of inputs to paint a picture of what could happen to the planet and its population with global warming of 01.5°C or 02.7 degrees Fahrenheit. 

“One of the key messages, that comes out very strongly from this report is that we are already seeing the consequences of 01°C of global warming through more extreme weather, rising sea levels and diminishing Arctic sea ice, among other changes.” said Panmao Zhai, Co-Chair of one of the IPCC Working Groups. The landmark Paris Agreement adopted in December 2015 by 195 nations at the 21st Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change:UNFCCC, included the aim of strengthening the global response to the threat of climate  change by ‘holding the increase in the global average temperature to well below 02°C above pre-industrial levels and pursuing efforts to limit the temperature increase to 01.5°C above pre-industrial levels.” 

Professor Petteri Taalas, Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organisation:WMO, said on Monday in Geneva that there was ‘extreme urgency’ needed on the part of Paris Agreement signatories and ‘so far the progress hasn't been good enough’ to keep temperature rises below, even, 02°. "Climate change is already visible and it is having an impact on human beings and ecosystems all around the world. With 02° we will have ice-free summer in the Antarctic every year but with 01.5° we would see that, only every 100 years." he said, giving one example of how the world's weather dramatically changes per half-degree. 

“There will be 420 million people less suffering because of climate change, if, we would be able to limit the warming to 01.5°C level and we have certain areas in the world, which are extremely sensitive.” Professor Taalas said. “Small island states, the Mediterranean region and, also, Sub-saharan Africa is already suffering and will suffer more in the future.”

It is still possible to limit global warming to 01.5°C, he said. “But we should change many things how we run our everyday business today”. Also in Geneva, a UN rights expert warned that failing to do more to address climate change risked locking in decades of grave violations. 

“Climate change is having and will have devastating effects on a wide range of human rights, including, rights to life, health, food, housing and water, as well as, the right to a healthy environment.” said Mr David Boyd, Special Rapporteur on human rights and the environment. 

“The world is already witnessing the impacts of climate change from hurricanes in America, heat waves in Europe, droughts in Africa to floods in Asia.” The Report highlights a number of climate change impacts, that could be avoided by limiting global warming to 01.5°C compared to 02°C, or more. For instance, by 2,100, global sea level rise would be 10cm lower with global warming of 01.5°C compared with 02°C. 

Moreover, coral reefs, already, threatened, would decline by 70-90 percent with global warming of 01.5°C, whereas, virtually, all  would be lost with 02°C, according to the Report. “Every extra bit of warming matters, especially, since warming of 01.5°C or higher, increases the risk associated with long-lasting or irreversible changes, such as, the loss of some ecosystems.” said Mr Hans-Otto Pörtner, Co-Chair of IPCC Working Group II. 

“Limiting warming to 01.5°C is possible within the laws of chemistry and physics but doing so would require unprecedented change.,” said Mr Jim Skea, Co-Chair of IPCC Working Group III. With that in mind, the Report calls for huge changes in land, energy, industry, buildings and transportation use and across cities everywhere. Global net emissions of carbon dioxide would need to fall by 45 per cent from 2010 levels by 2030 and reach ‘net zero’ around 2050. 

Allowing the global temperature to temporarily exceed or ‘overshoot’ 01.5ºC would mean a greater reliance on techniques, that remove CO2 from the air to return global temperatures to below 01.5°C by 2,100. 

But the Report warns that the effectiveness of such techniques are unproven at large scale and some, may, carry significant risks for sustainable development. “Limiting global warming to 01.5°C compared with 02°C would reduce challenging impacts on ecosystems, human health and well-being, making it easier to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:SDGs,” said Ms Priyardarshi Shukla, Co-Chair of IPCC Working Group III, referring to the 17 Goals adopted by UN Member States three years ago to protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030. 

The new Report will feed into a process, called, the ‘Talanoa Dialogue,’ in which parties to the Paris accord will take stock of what has been accomplished over the past three years. The dialogue will be a part of the next UNFCCC Conference of States parties, known by the shorthand COP 24, which will  meet in Katowice, Poland, this December.

Read the Report:::ω.

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Indonesia Earthquake and Tsunami: The World Was Supposed to Be Prepared for the Early Warning Systems to Work and It Appears They Did Not: Will the World Take Heed




|| September 30: 2018 || ά. The magnitude 07.4 RS earthquake, which hit the Indonesian territory of Palu and Donggala, Central Sulawesi, on Friday, September 28  has already claimed close to 400 fatalities, with victim numbers expected to rise. The latest dreaded predictions are that fatalities, may, well, exceed thousands. The epicentre of the earthquake was 10 km deep and it struck some 27 km east of the coast from Donggala, Central Sulawesi.

Subsequently, a tsunami struck the west coast of Sulawesi, hitting settlements and buildings along Talise beach in Palu City and the beach in Donggala. Power supplies and telecommunications have been crippled and aftershocks are continuing. "The disaster has affected a lot of people in Sulawesi and, even though the real scale and nature of the impact of this earthquake and tsunami will unfold over the next few days for the outside world, the people there are already reeling with pain, grief and deep sense of loss.

We are co-ordinating and getting as much information as possible to prepare for emergency response deployment, if, required by the Government of Indonesia.” says Mr Shashwat Saraf, Action Against Hunger’s Asia Regional Operations Director.

The Indonesian President immediately mobilised the National Disaster Management Agency:BNPB, which has already arrived in the disaster areas via helicopters. Indonesian Armed Forces:TNI are deploying 700 troops to the scene and the country's National Search and Rescue Agency:Basarnas have deployed 30 personnel along with emergency equipment, using Hercules aircraft. 

Urgent humanitarian needs include evacuation and management of injuries, medical and health services, including, referral services, food, clean water, cooking items, blankets and emergency shelter. :::ω.

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|| April 06: 2018 || ά. The Humanion was first published on September 24, 2015 and has been run, since that day, on a complete voluntary basis without any 'formal' or 'constituted' manner or form and, it was run on as a Human Enterprise, which is an idea of Humanics, in which, ownership is replaced by belongingship and, thus, in a Humanical Society, no one owns anything but everyone belongs to the whole as the whole belongs to everyone lawfully and equally and, it neither believes in nor makes money but human utilities, needs, aspirations, creativity, imagination and dreams are served without money, where everyone works and creates for all others as all others create and work for all others, thus, bringing in meaning and purpose to life along with it come natural justice, equality and liberty, that establish a true civilisation within the Rule of Law. And in one word, this system of human affairs management is called, Humanics and a society that runs itself in humanics is called a humanical society. Today, we have begun the process of 'constituting' this Human Enterprise, which does not exist in the current system, but the next closest thing to it, that exists in the UK Law is Social Enterprise. Therefore, today, Friday, April 06, 2018, we are beginning Regine Humanics Foundation, that is the 'Agency', that will lead, run, manage and develop everything, that The Humanion has been trying to do.

Regine Humanics Foundation is established by the Thinker, Author, Poet, Novelist, Playwright, Editor of The Humanion, Festival Director of London Poetry Festival and a Humanicsxian: hu: maa: neek: tian: One, that believes in, lives and exists by Humanics, Mr Munayem Mayenin, of London, England, United Kingdom. Mr Mayenin says, ''Humanics is a vision; people, may, call it, utopia, we, call it our Humanicsovicsopia; Humanics. Humanics is our philosophy, our faith, our conviction, our resolution, our way of existing, thinking, being and doing: to seek and try to do so in the determination that all we must do and be is to exist to advance the human condition. People, readers and agencies and organisations, from all across England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and the whole of the United Kingdom and Australasia, Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America, from all walks and strata of life, have supported our endeavours, supported The Humanion and The Humanion Team, who volunteered their time to run things, since the beginning of The Humanion and long before that, when other things, that are now part of The Foundation, were developing. Nothing has changed in terms of the nature and value of what we have been seeking to do.''

''But the founding of The Foundation brings it all in a solid foundation so that we can keep on building this 'vision' so that it keeps on going regardless of who come to take the vision-mission of The Foundation forward. The Foundation runs along with time and along with the flowing humanity. This is the dream, this is the vision, this the hope in founding this Foundation. And, in this, we hope and invite all our readers, supporters, well wishers and all agencies and organisations to support our endeavours to build something, a Human Enterprise, which we are in the process of registering as a Social Enterprise, as a Community Interest Company, working for the common good of the one and common humanity. No one makes or takes profit out of The Foundation, which now runs The Humanion and everything else, that is part of it. The Foundation, once registered, will have an Asset Lock, which means that in any event, should The Foundation dissolve itself, all its existing assets shall go to a similar Social Enterprise. Therefore, we invite everyone to support The Foundation, support The Humanion in whatever way they can. And, there are endless number of ways people and organisations can support The Foundation and The Humanion.'' ::: ω.

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 The Humanion: We Are One

There is One Humanity on One Earth in One Sunnara in One Milky Way Galaxy on One Universe and There is the Absolute Opposite of It, Called, Evil: Please, Do Not Seek to Divide Humanity by Applying Pseudo Adjectives Such as Eastern or Western or Southern or Northern and Pointless Things Like That: Humanity is Humanity Regardless of Where It Exists: It Exists as Finite Expression of Infinite Goodness: But When We Divide Ourselves and Set Segments of Ourselves Against Each Other We Feed Nothing But Evil and in Turn We Suffer Endless Evils as We are Doing Across the Earth Today. A United Humanity Must Fight All Evils That Challenge Humanity All Over the World and Evil Has Always Challenged Humanity Since the Dawn of Our Existence: Divided Humanity is the Weakest Humanity, Which Equates to Nothing But the Most Consolidated, the Most Empowered, the Most Concentrated and Most Embolden, the Most Unified Evil. Read This O Fellow Humanion: The Synchrotron-Light for Experimental Science and Applications in the Middle East:SESAME: The Current Members of SESAME are Cyprus, Egypt, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Pakistan, the Palestinian Authority and Turkey. Current Observers are Brazil, Canada, China, the European Union:That's 28 Countries, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Portugal, Russian Federation, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States of America: Is It Not Absolutely Beautiful!

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This is the Future: The Entire Existence of Humanity Depends on Humanity Becoming One: Working, Seeking, Finding, Learning, Creating, Sharing, Solving, Supporting, Giving, Receiving and Living Together as One Both in Our Oneness and in Our Diversity, Both Spelling the Same One Humanity: Be It Men, Be It Women: Be It Able: Be It Disable. The Humanion

The World: Political is made of countries: Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mayotte, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Réunion, Rwanda, Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha, São Tomé and Príncipe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Somaliland, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe:Africa, Abkhazia, Afghanistan, Akrotiri and Dhekelia, Armenia:Europe, Azerbaijan:Europe, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bhutan, British Indian Ocean Territory, Brunei, Cambodia, China, Christmas Island, Cocos Islands, Cyprus:Europe, East Timor, Georgia:Europe, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar:Burma, Nagorno-Karabakh, Nepal, North Korea, Northern Cyprus, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, South Ossetia, Sri Lanka, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkey [Europe], Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Vietnam and Yemen:Asia, American Samoa, Ashmore and Cartier Islands, Australia, Baker Island, Cook Islands, Coral Sea Islands, Fiji, French Polynesia, Guam, Howland Island, Jarvis Island, Johnston Atoll, Kingman Reef, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Midway Atoll, Nauru, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Niue, Norfolk Island, Northern Mariana Islands, Palau, Palmyra Atoll, Papua New Guinea, Pitcairn Islands, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Wake Island and Wallis and Futuna:Australasia,  Åland Islands, Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands,Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Guernsey, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy. Jan Mayen, Jersey, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Svalbard, Sweden, Switzerland, Transnistria, Ukraine, United Kingdom and Vatican City:Holy See:Europe, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Bonaire, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Cayman Islands, Clipperton Island, Costa Rica, Cuba, Curaçao, Dominica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Greenland, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, Mexico, Montserrat, Navassa Island, Nicaragua, Panama, Puerto Rico, Saba, Saint Barthélemy, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Martin, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Sint Eustatius, Sint Maarten, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, United States of America and United States Virgin Islands:North America, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Falkland Islands, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela:South America. The Great Lakes Region: Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania







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