Arrêté n° 276 CM du 29 mars 1994 fixant les conditions particulières de travail applicables aux femmes et aux jeunes travailleurs ainsi que les travaux présentant des causes de dangers ou excédant leurs forces et qui sont interdits aux jeunes travailleurs de moins de dix-huit ans et aux femmes Le Président du Gouvernement de la Polynésie française Sur le rapport du Minist
Microsoft word - dc1ea4bb.docVerify that it will not expire during your time out of country If you plan on driving while in Guatemala (not recommended) Leave a copy with someone in the US; carry the original and one Per-day fee for Casa Aleluya – covers food, lodging, transportation, water, electricity , etc. (cash only, no checks or travelers checks) Daytrip to Antigua; $50 usually sufficient for souvenirs, meals Optional – if you want to buy treats for kids We’re certain it will be a noteworthy experience! Our standard dress. Shorts should be knee-length or longer. Please make sure slogans/imprints are wholesome; no tank tops Chilly at night, year-round; mornings can also be chilly Enough for the number of days you will be here Comfortable walking shoes, slacks or long shorts, short sleeve shirt, jacket or sweater Slacks for men, ankle-length skirt for women Comments: Ours is a fairly conservative culture – shorts should be to-the-knee, shirts should be short-sleeved (no cap or sleeveless) and long enough to cover the midriff fully when arms are raised. Tattoos should be hidden, and women are allowed only one earring per ear (none for men). No other body piercing allowed for men or women. Old clothes/shoes are best … it is dusty here in the dry season and muddy in the rainy season. Hairbrush/comb, shampoo, conditioner, etc. Toothpaste, toothbrush, dental floss, toothpicks Razor/shaver, disinfectant bar soap, deodorant Washer/dryer available in gringo dorm if needed Comments: We are in constant need of personal care items for the children – consider bringing full-size items and leaving them here for the children to use. Pack liquids in Ziploc bags to prevent leakage/spills. Place in your carry-on, do not pack in checked luggage Visitors frequently experience mild intestinal discomfort Comments: Please bring enough prescription medication for your entire visit – you cannot count on being able to refill anything here. Pack all necessary medicine and medical equipment in your carry-on bags – medicine should be packaged in original containers if possible. To save space you may want to designate one team member to pack a medical kit with the above “just in case” items, rather than everyone bring some. Important Note: Casa Aleluya is located in the mountains of Guatemala, at an altitude of ~7500 ft. Altitude can make some medical conditions worse. PLEASE check with your physician about any adjustments in medicine, etc. that might be necessary. Note – disposable cameras are hard to find down here For stashing keys, camera, snacks, hand sanitizer, etc. For reading and for getting around at night If you are doing construction work/special projects Especially if you will be working outside Rains each afternoon in rainy season (May - Oct) Cards, checkers, sidewalk chalk, jump ropes General Info For international travel, airlines allow 1 carry on and 2 pieces of checked luggage. The carry-on may weigh up to 40 lbs; each checked piece may weigh up to 50 lbs. If you have empty space and are wondering how to fill it, check our website for our current list of supply needs. We appreciate anything you can bring!
Univ.-Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Dipl.-Psych. Christine Marcelle Heim CharitéCentrum für Human- und Gesundheitswissenschaften PUBLIKATIONEN (*Publikationen mit supervisierten Doktoranden/Postdoktoranden) ORIGINAL- UND REVIEWARTIKEL Heim, C. , Ehlert, U., Rexhausen, J., Hanker, J. P. & Hellhammer, D. H. (1997). Psychoendocrinological observations in women with chronic pelvic pain.