Active Intervention

Active Intervention

Those activities by an outsider which attempt to change behaviour or thinking by an individual at risk for suicide.
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Mitigation efforts must be pursued first and foremost at a global level, while adaptation policies require active intervention and support at national and local levels.
Many people criticized him for meddling in politics, but his actions were consistent with his policy of active intervention in government, which he termed "critical collaboration.
Post the active intervention students are empowered and encouraged to take action within their zones of immediate influences however small they may be - confines of their homes, communities and schools.
He regretted that a new phenomenon on drug abuse particularly motokwane (marijuana), especially amongst the youth, has emerged which not only required better resourcement of the police service, but the active intervention of parents and the community to stop the scourge.
Addressing the event, speakers stressed that domestic violenceis the most acute problem, requiring more active intervention by society.
He said that growing vegetables with sewerage water had been stopped with the active intervention of the Punjab Food Authority (PFA).
The other active intervention has been how India has managed to successfully control its market access and yet be compliant with all international protocols.
When the effect, the cause of which is to be considered, is found to be in part the result of the participation of man, whether it be from active intervention or neglect, or failure to act, the whole occurrence is thereby humanized, as it were, and removed from the rules applicable to the acts of God.
The active intervention did boost thyroid function as expected, compared with placebo.
Families of prisoners have been holding sit-in protests at the premises to the Red Cross throughout the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza Strip demanding more active intervention from the humanitarian organization in the cases of their imprisoned sons.
In India, the National Mental Health Survey 2015-16 data reveals that nearly 15% Indian adults need active intervention for one or more mental health issues.
By contrast, China's active intervention through the Hukou residence registration system and the one-child policy influenced these developments considerably, making its developments differ from other countries in the region.

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