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Trends in Aid Dependency of LDCs 2. Moving Out of Aid Dependency: The Bangladesh Experience 3. (...) Moving Out of Aid Dependency: Reflections on LDC Experience 19 Bangladesh: From Aid to Trade Dependency 2. (...) Quality Aid Flow to End Aid Dependency Bhattacharya D. Moving Out of Aid Dependency: Reflections on LDC Experience 28 4.
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Score: 523997.66 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/second/62/dbhattacharya.pdf
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An object instance able to fulfil the parent role may exist outside a dependency relationship an object fulfilling a dependent role shall not. (...) TERMINATE terminateDependency Signature: The identity of a dependency relationship instance to be terminated. Precondition: The instance of the dependency relationship class identified in the signature exists; only a single participant in dependent role is bound into the identified dependency relationship. (...) The deletion of a person (or person subclass) managed object bound in the dependent role of a dependency relationship with the dependencyNamingRepresentation RELATIONSHIP MAPPING, results in the termination of the dependency relationship when there will exist no other dependents with aNameBinding after the deletion
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Score: 523210.7 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../fl/itu-t/x/x725/1995/x725.gdm
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(IV) Night Centre. e) Residential Care Service: (I) Residence for dependent older persons. (II) Centre offering care for dependent persons, according to the various types of disability. 2. (...) The residential care service shall be provided by the Public Administrations in public and subsidised centres. CHAPTER III Dependency and assessment Article 26. Degrees of dependency. 1. (...) Assessment of the situation of dependency. 1. The Autonomous Communities shall determine the bodies for assessing the situation of dependency, which shall issue a report on the degree and level of dependency, specifying the care that the person may require.
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Score: 522975.93 - https://unece.org/DAM/pau/_doc...7_MiCA07_CntrRprtESPAdd5_e.pdf
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They can be added as a secondary dependant provided you are not claiming your spouse as a dependant. (...) The household member or secondary dependant appears in the staff members Family Members/Dependents list. b. (...) Father, Mother and Sibling are considered secondary dependants and the steps to add them as household members or dependants are the same.
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Score: 522256.9 - https://umoja.un.org/sites/umo...hold_member_or_dependant_1.pdf
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An object instance able to fulfil the parent role may exist outside a dependency relationship an object fulfilling a dependent role shall not. (...) TERMINATE terminateDependency Signature: The identity of a dependency relationship instance to be terminated. Precondition: The instance of the dependency relationship class identified in the signature exists; only a single participant in dependent role is bound into the identified dependency relationship. (...) The deletion of a person (or person subclass) managed object bound in the dependent role of a dependency relationship with the dependencyNamingRepresentation RELATIONSHIP MAPPING, results in the termination of the dependency relationship when there will exist no other dependents with aNameBinding after the deletion
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Score: 521898.34 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...fl/itu-t/x/x725/1995/x725.html
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Only the recognized spouse can be a dependant, provided all requirements for dependency are met. (...) The staff member has not claimed their parents or sibling as a dependant and the spouse’s income does not exceed the maximum earning requirements to be considered a dependant. (...) If your spouse is financially dependant on you, select "Is the Spouse Financially Dependent?"
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Score: 521708.1 - https://umoja.un.org/sites/umo...to_add_spouse_as_dependant.pdf
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This amount will not be subject to any reduction as long as the Applicants continue to meet the eligibility criteria for payment at the dependency rate, as defined under former staff regulation 3.4, staff rule 3.6 and ST/AI/2011/5 (Dependency status and dependency benefits). (...) In their applications, the Applicants refer to sec. 3.5 of former ST/AI/2011/5 and former staff regulation 3.4(a) which define the eligibility criteria for payment at the dependency rate in respect of staff members with a non-dependent spouse and allege that “[i]n practice, in circumstances where the staff member had a non- dependent spouse and more than one dependent child, the ‘dependency rate’ of salary was carried over to the second dependent child after the first dependent child was no longer considered to be dependent”. They raise the following question to the Tribunal: Is it the intention of the Tribunal in this Judgment for the Applicants to continue to receive a “dependency rate of salary” after their first dependent child ceases to be dependent and up until their youngest dependent child is no longer recognised as a dependent?
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Score: 521344.14 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...dt/judgments/undt-2018-013.pdf
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WHO | WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) Its main task is to carry out medical and scientific evaluations of the abuse liability of dependence-producing drugs falling within the terms of the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs and the 1971 Convention on Psychotropic Substances. (...) WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence homepage To access the WHO Library, please click here WHO Press List of reports of the WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence published in the WHO Technical Report Series: Other languages WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: thirty-fifth report, 2012 WHO Technical Report Series 973 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: thirty-fourth report, 2006 WHO Technical Report Series 942 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: thirty-third report, 2003 WHO Technical Report Series 915 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: thirty-second report, 2000 WHO Technical Report Series 903 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: thirty-first report, 1999 WHO Technical Report Series 887 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: thirtieth report, 1998 WHO Technical Report Series 873 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: twenty-ninth report, 1995 WHO Technical Report Series 856 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: twenty-eighth report, 1993 WHO Technical Report Series 836 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: twenty-seventh report, 1991 WHO Technical Report Series 808 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: twenty-sixth report, 1989 WHO Technical Report Series 787 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: twenty-fifth report, 1989 WHO Technical Report Series 775 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: twenty-fourth report, 1988 WHO Technical Report Series 761 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: twenty-third report, 1987 WHO Technical Report Series 741 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: twenty-second report, 1985 WHO Technical Report Series 729 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: twenty-first report, 1978 WHO Technical Report Series 618 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: twentieth report, 1974 WHO Technical Report Series 551 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: nineteenth report, 1973 WHO Technical Report Series 526 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: eighteenth report, 1970 WHO Technical Report Series 460 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: seventeenth report, 1970 WHO Technical Report Series 437 WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence: sixteenth report, 1969 WHO Technical Report Series 407 WHO Expert Committee on Dependence-Producing Drugs: fifteenth report, 1966 WHO Technical Report Series 343 WHO Expert Committee on Dependence-Producing Drugs: fourteenth report, 1965 WHO Technical Report Series 312 WHO Expert Committee on Addiction-Producing Drugs: eleventh report, 1961 WHO Technical Report Series 211 WHO Expert Committee on Addiction-Producing Drugs: tenth report, 1960 WHO Technical Report Series 188 WHO Expert Committee on Addiction-Producing Drugs: ninth report, 1959 WHO Technical Report Series 160 WHO Expert Committee on Addiction-Producing Drugs: eighth report, 1958 WHO Technical Report Series 142 WHO Expert Committee on Addiction-Producing Drugs: seventh report, 1957 WHO Technical Report Series 116 WHO Expert Committee on Drugs Liable to Produce Addiction: sixth report, 1956 WHO Technical Report Series 102 WHO Expert Committee on Drugs Liable to Produce Addiction: fifth report, 1955 WHO Technical Report Series 95 WHO Expert Committee on Drugs Liable to Produce Addiction: fourth report, 1954 WHO Technical Report Series 76 WHO Expert Committee on Drugs Liable to Produce Addiction: third report, 1952 WHO Technical Report Series 57 WHO Expert Committee on Drugs Liable to Produce Addiction: report on the second session, 1950 WHO Technical Report Series 21 You are here: Substance abuse Regions Africa Americas Eastern Mediterranean Europe South-East Asia Western Pacific About us Careers Library Procurement Publications Frequently asked questions Contact us Subscribe to our newsletters Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 520021.34 - https://www.who.int/substance_abuse/right_committee/en/
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A group called “pseudo-independent workers” or “dependent workers not paid a salary” is defined. They have some characteristics of both dependent and independent workers. (...) Conceptual and operational definitions of dependent contractors 60. None of the approaches discussed above provide comprehensive measurement of dependent contractors. (...) The second element relates to a broader notion of economic dependence whereby the person’s access to the market is dependent on another entity.
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Score: 519103.12 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_636042.pdf
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The child appears in the staff members’ Family Members/Dependents list. b. If the HR partner rejects the submission. (...) When you click this box, the HR partner will review the request for special dependency. Special dependency can be granted only after confirmation by the Medical Service that your child's condition is considered to be a disability. (...) The HR partner will review this request for dependency and you may make an amendment to this submission to request special dependency once the certification of disability is obtained.
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Score: 518685.55 - https://umoja.un.org/sites/umo...ehold_member_and_dependant.pdf
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