Sudan-IV-D6 - CAS 1014689-18-9
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Labelled Products
Product Name:
Sudan-IV-D6
Synonyms:
1-(2-Methyl-4-o-tolylazo- phenylazo)-naphthalen- D6-2-ol
CAS Number:
1014689-18-9
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Chemical Structure
CAS 1014689-18-9 Sudan-IV-D6

Reference Reading


1.Follow-up on commitments at the Third Global Forum on Human Resources for Health: Indonesia, Sudan, Tanzania : "A commitment is a promise, a promise is a debt".
Dussault G1, Badr E2, Haroen H3, Mapunda M4, Mars AS5, Pritasari K5, Cometto G6. Hum Resour Health. 2016 Apr 26;14:16. doi: 10.1186/s12960-016-0112-0.
This study sought to assess actions which Indonesia, Sudan, and Tanzania took to implement the health workforce commitments they made at the Third Global Forum on Human Resources for Health (HRH) in November 2013. The study was conducted through a survey of published and gray literature in English and field research consisting of direct contacts with relevant ministries and agencies. Results show that the three countries implemented interventions to translate their commitments into actions. The three countries focused their commitments on improving the availability, geographical accessibility, quality of education, and performance of health workers. The implementation of the Recife commitments primarily entailed initiatives at the central level, such as the adoption of new legislation or the development of accreditation mechanisms. This study shows that action is more likely to take place when policy documents explicitly recognize and document HRH problems, when stakeholders are involved in the formulation and the implementation of policy changes, and when external support is available.
2.Constraints to Hamari sheep farming under range conditions in Darfur and Kordofan Regions of Western Sudan.
Tirab AB1, Chimonyo M2. Trop Anim Health Prod. 2016 Apr 28. [Epub ahead of print]
The study was conducted to identify the major production constraints of Hamari sheep in Darfur and Kordofan Regions of Western Sudan. A structured questionnaire was administered to 128 farmers in Darfur and Kordofan. Feed shortages, prevalence of diseases and parasites, and predation were more severe in Darfur than Kordofan (P < 0.05). Thefts were ranked higher by farmers using the sedentary system compared to those using semi-nomadic system (P < 0.05). Water shortage was ranked higher by farmers with small flocks, large flocks, semi-nomadic and sedentary husbandry system in Kordofan than their counterparts in Darfur Region (P < 0.05). Farmers practising semi-nomadic husbandry system and sedentary system in Darfur region ranked diseases, parasites and predation higher than those practising semi-nomadic and sedentary system in Kordofan region (P < 0.05). Feed shortage was ranked higher as a challenge by farmers practising semi-nomadic system in Darfur Region than those practising semi-nomadic system in Kordofan Region (P < 0.