Vanuatu Healthcare and Money

Vanuatu Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink 3 – malaria 2 – Typhoid & Polio 1 – cholera no yellow fever no Overview Basic medical care is guaranteed. Basic hospitals exist in Port Vila on Efate Island and in Luganville on Espiritu Santo. For more difficult medical treatments, we recommend leaving for Australia or New Zealand. In any case, travelers should ensure that they have sufficient insurance cover…

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Tuvalu Healthcare and Money

Tuvalu Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink 2 – malaria no – Typhoid & Polio 1 – cholera no yellow fever no Overview Visitors should bring an antiseptic ointment, as even small wounds can fester quickly. There is a hospital on Funafuti. It is recommended to take out travel health insurance and travel repatriation insurance. Check findjobdescriptions for more information. Notes vaccinations [1] Typhoid can occur, poliomyelitis cannot. Typhoid…

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Tonga Healthcare and Money

Tonga Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink 3 – malaria no – Typhoid & Polio 2 – cholera no yellow fever 1 Overview Medical care in Tonga, especially in rural areas, does not meet European standards. There are medical centers in larger places like Nuku’alofa, Ha’apai and Vava’u. The emergency number is 911. Travel health insurance and travel repatriation insurance are recommended. Check findjobdescriptions for more information. Notes vaccinations…

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Solomon Islands Healthcare and Money

Solomon Islands Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink 4 – malaria 3 – yellow fever 1 cholera no Typhoid & Polio 2 – Overview The medical care on the Solomon Islands is only rudimentary, in rural areas it is usually not available. There are eight hospitals, the largest being the Central Hospital in Honiara. Church missions serve as medical supply stations on the more distant islands. The closest modern…

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Samoa Healthcare and Money

Samoa Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required yellow fever 1 cholera no Eat Drink 3 – malaria no – Typhoid & Polio 2 – Overview Treatments are provided at Apia’s main hospital, there are also more than 30 other health centers, private practices and dentists. Taking out travel health insurance and travel repatriation insurance is strongly recommended. An individual first-aid kit should be taken with you and protected according to…

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Papua New Guinea Healthcare and Money

Papua New Guinea Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required cholera 1 yellow fever 2 Eat Drink 3 – malaria 4 – Typhoid & Polio Yes 5 Overview The medical care is far below the European level with often inadequate equipment and hygiene. There is often a lack of European-trained English/French-speaking doctors. In the event of an acute illness / accident, the following hospitals can be visited in Port Moresby: – ​​General Hospital,…

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Palau Healthcare and Money

Palau Money

Health care Overview Palau has two private and one public hospital. It is recommended to take out travel health insurance and travel repatriation insurance. Notes vaccinations For more information see Health in the main entry Pacific Islands of Micronesia. Other risks Dengue fever, which is transmitted by mosquito bites, occurs nationwide. An effective insect repellent is recommended. Hepatitis A and hepatitis B occur. A hepatitis A vaccination is generally recommended.…

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Northern Mariana Islands Healthcare and Money

Northern Mariana Islands Money

Health care Overview Medical care is good. It is recommended to take out travel health insurance and travel repatriation insurance. Notes vaccinations For more information see Health in the main entry Pacific Islands of Micronesia. Other risks Hepatitis A and hepatitis B occur. A hepatitis A vaccination is generally recommended. Vaccination against hepatitis B should be given during longer stays and close contact with the local population, as well as…

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Niue Healthcare and Money

Niue Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required yellow fever 1 malaria no – Eat Drink 2 – cholera no Typhoid & Polio Yes – Overview Medical and dental care is provided by Lord Liverpool Hospital, which has a 24-hour emergency service and three other health centres. There is also a hospital in the south of Alofi. It is recommended to take out travel health insurance and travel repatriation insurance. Notes…

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New Zealand Healthcare and Money

New Zealand Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink 1 – malaria no – typhus no – cholera no yellow fever no Overview Healthcare in New Zealand is good. Medical and dental treatments are chargeable for foreign visitors. It is recommended to bring urgently needed medication with you. It should be noted that in the case of medicines containing narcotics, the corresponding prescriptions or original packaging must be carried with…

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New Caledonia Healthcare and Money

New Caledonia Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required yellow fever 1 cholera no Typhoid & Polio 2 – malaria no – Eat Drink 3 – Overview The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) is valid for nationals of EU and EFTA countries. The treatment takes place upon presentation of the EHIC. This regulates care and reimbursement of costs in the event of illness for EU and EFTA citizens. The EHIC does not…

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Nauru Healthcare and Money

Nauru Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required malaria no – Typhoid & Polio Yes – cholera no yellow fever 1 Eat Drink 2 – Overview The medical facilities on Nauru are sufficient for everyday health problems. If a hospital stay or a transfer to Australia is necessary, costs of several thousand euros can be incurred. Doctors and hospitals often require immediate cash payment for medical services. It is strongly advisable…

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Micronesia Healthcare and Money

Micronesia Money

Health care Overview There are good state hospitals in the larger towns on all islands. The dental care is also good. It is recommended to take out travel health insurance and travel repatriation insurance. For more information see Health in the main entry Pacific Islands of Micronesia. Check ebizdir for more information. Money Currency Huge stone coins (rai) are still used on Yap, but not for ordinary transactions. The US dollar…

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Marshall Islands Healthcare and Money

Marshall Islands Money

Health care Overview The two public hospitals are on Majuro and Ebeye. A medical center is also available on Kwajalein. There are pharmacies on most islands. It is recommended to take out travel health insurance and travel repatriation insurance. Check ebizdir for more information. Notes vaccinations For more information see Health in the main entry Pacific Islands of Micronesia. Other risks Dengue fever, which is transmitted by mosquito bites, occurs nationwide.…

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Kiribati Healthcare and Money

Kiribati Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required malaria no – cholera no yellow fever 1 Typhoid & Polio Yes – Eat Drink 2 – Overview Medical care in the country does not correspond to Central European conditions; you have to reckon with cutbacks. Hospitals and emergency care can only be found in the capital. Sufficient worldwide health insurance coverage and reliable travel insurance are strongly recommended. An individual first-aid kit…

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Guam Healthcare and Money

Guam Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required yellow fever no cholera no Typhoid & Polio 1 – malaria no – Eat Drink 2 – Overview There are two major hospitals and several private clinics. Taking out travel health insurance with return travel insurance is recommended. An individual first-aid kit should be taken with you and protected according to the temperatures on the way. Check directoryaah for more information. Notes vaccinations [1]…

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French Polynesia Healthcare and Money

French Polynesia Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required yellow fever 1 malaria no – Typhoid & Polio 2 – cholera no Eat Drink 3 – Overview There are about 30 hospitals and about 300 doctors in French Polynesia. It is recommended to take out travel health insurance and travel repatriation insurance. An individual first-aid kit should be taken with you and protected according to the temperatures on the way. Check directoryaah for…

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Fiji Healthcare and Money

Fiji Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink 2 – Malaria no – Typhus & Polio Yes – Cholera no yellow fever 1 Overview Medical care in Fiji, especially in rural areas, does not meet German standards. The main hospitals are in Suva, Sigatoka, Lautoka, Ba, Savusavu, Taveuni, Labasa and Levuka. Other clinics and medical care facilities with at least rudimentary equipment can be found on all larger islands.…

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Cook Islands Healthcare and Money

Cook Islands Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink 2 – malaria no – cholera no Typhoid & Polio 1 – yellow fever no Overview Emergency medical care is good. There is a hospital on Rarotonga and 24 hour medical and dental services. It is recommended to take out travel health insurance and travel repatriation insurance. An individual first-aid kit should be taken with you and protected according to the…

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Australia Healthcare and Money

Australia Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required yellow fever 1 cholera no Typhoid & Polio no – malaria no – Eat Drink 2 – Overview Medicines brought from Germany must be declared upon arrival. Violators face high fines. There are strict health checks when entering and leaving the country. Anyone entering the country without the necessary vaccination certificates may be placed in quarantine. The cost of this must be covered…

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Australia Climate and Temperature

Australia Climate

Extending from the 10th to the 45th parallel, Australia has a remarkable variety of climates. The Tropic of Capricorn crosses it and 38% of its territory is found within the tropics: but the succession of climate from south to north corresponds to that which would be encountered on a voyage from Paris to the Gulf of Guinea. In fact, Tasmania has a climate not different from that of western France,…

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Australia Economy and Finance 1954

Australia Economy

Economic activities. – The industrial structure of the country has changed considerably after the war. In 1954, out of 3,702,022 people employed, 1,027,331 worked in various manufacturing industries, 577,381 in commerce, 493,298 in agriculture, livestock, hunting and fishing, 446,917 were government officials, professionals, etc., 325,062 in the construction and road industries, 335,835 in transport and communications companies, 224,489 in public establishments, cinemas, etc. Agriculture in a broad sense employs 5.49%…

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THE WTO AT A GLANCE

THE WTO AT A GLANCE

According to deluxesurveillance, the WTO is an international organization based in Geneva that deals with the regulation of trade and economic relations. It was founded in Marrakech (Morocco) in 1994 and started work in Geneva on January 1, 1995. The WTO is the successor to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), which came into being after the Second World War (see below). Goals Removal of trade barriers and…

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Jordan Travel Warning

Jordan Travel Warning

ON THE GO In the vicinity of the Israeli border (on roads close to the border or when sailing and swimming in the Red Sea without a guide / tour guide) you should always have your travel and identification documents to hand. Traveling by plane Royal Wings (Internet: www.royalwings.com.jo) offers daily scheduled flights between Amman and Akaba as well as to Alexandria in Egypt, and one can also rent jets…

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Shopping and Living in Jordan

Living in Jordan

DUTY-FREE SHOPPING Overview The following items can be imported into Jordan duty-free (people over 18 years of age): 200 cigarettes and 200 g of tobacco; 1 liter of wine or spirits; Personal effects including a laptop and a camera. Gifts up to a value of 200 JD. Import restrictions An import permit is required to import hunting weapons and ammunition (not in hand luggage). Prohibited imports Weapons and ammunition (see…

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Jordan Overview

Jordan Overview

GENERAL Official name of the state Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Capital Amman. Geography As a country located in Middle East according to top-mba-universities, Jordan borders Israel and the Palestinian Territories in the West Bank to the west, Syria to the north, Iraq to the northeast, and Saudi Arabia to the south and southeast. In the northwest lies the Dead Sea and in the southwest the Red Sea with the only…

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Yemen Travel Guide

Yemen Travel Guide

GETTING THERE Arriving by plane From Vienna there are connections via Frankfurt or with Egyptair (MS) via Cairo, from Zurich via Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Munich or with Emirates (EK) via Dubai. Air passes With the Star Alliance’s Middle East Airpass, travelers can explore Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, Jordan, Qatar, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria and the United Arab Emirates on up to ten flights. More information is available on…

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Yemen Overview

Yemen Overview

GENERAL Official name of the state Republic of Yemen. Capital Sana’a. Economic and commercial capital: Aden. Geography As a country located in Middle East according to collegesanduniversitiesinusa, Yemen borders Saudi Arabia to the north, Oman to the east and the Gulf of Aden to the south, and the Red Sea to the west. The islands of Perim and Kamaran in the Red Sea and Socotra in the Indian Ocean also…

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Papua New Guinea Children and School

Papua New Guinea Children

Children and School How do children live in Papua New Guinea? The children in Papua New Guinea certainly watch less television than the children in Europe, because there are no televisions in the countryside or in the remote mountain regions. Many families have no electricity at all, which makes it difficult to use a computer. This particularly affects the people who live in the countryside. In the city it looks…

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Papua New Guinea Economy, History and Politics

Papua New Guinea Politics

Economy Most of the people live from agriculture Papua New Guinea is rich in raw materials. There are many natural resources such as oil, gas, gold and copper. Even so, most of the people are employed in agriculture. They grow what they consume at the same time. One then speaks of a subsistence economy. Taro, yams, bananas and sweet potatoes are mostly consumed by the farmers themselves. But in the…

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