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Score: 1159035.7 - https://www.un.org/ru/documents/rules/undp_rules.pdf
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Score: 1155250 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...s/ge.02/document.r/1999_04.pdf
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Score: 1154447.1 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...WP%2017-PP-%20Missing_FPLs.pdf
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SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON REFUGEES AND DISPLACED PERSONS : PROPOSAL FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF SUB-COMMITTEES : RESOLUTION OF THE CANADIAN DELEGATION
.- (a) to ascertain, by the use of information already available and as necessary by direct request to such persons or bodies as it deems appropriate,_approximate numbers, location and pl~ce of origin or habitual residence Q~_refugees and dfspiaced persons of European origin an~ the ntimber of displaced persorrs already repatriated and to report thereon; LONDON · E/REF/38 Page 2 (b) to ascertain ;,-:hat arrangements~ fb m al or othen:ise, are at present in force or under consideration between European countries -for the return of persons to their country 9f origin or residence; (c) to make recommendations which should guide the international body in order that no action it may take shall interfere in any Ymy rD. th the surrender and punishment of vYar criminals, ~slings and traitors in conforrtuty with present or future international arrangements. or agreements; (d) to ascertain from Govern~ents r epresented on the Committee to what extent they are or vvill be capable of receiving persons from Europe for vmom no other arrangements can be made; (e) ·· ·~ to consider in connection with matters falling yJi thin \ "" .. . (...) The folJio\-ring shall be the ten11s of reference for the Sub- Committe e on Organization 'and Finance:- Considering that the main tasl.cs of any new international body vvhich may b e r ecognized or established :ill the ·sense of the Res~lution adopted by the Economic and Social Council on 16th February, 1946 vall be the repn.tria tion, temporary relief, resettlement or protection of refugees or displaced persons, to investigate and report on:- (i) the status, form, name, coraposition and constitution of this international body; (ii) a suitable procedure for r ecognizing or establishing this internationai body at the earliest possible date, and LONDON E/REF/38 Page 3 (iii) the question of finance, 'ai th a vieTr iD the equitable distribution of the adninistrative and .operative costs of this international body. 6.
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Score: 1149387.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=E/REF/38&Lang=E
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PowerPoint Presentation Workshop on policy recommendations for food-water-energy resource management in Eastern and South-Eastern Europe and Central Asia 8 October 2021 BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Unit Coal 2 201 062 2 194 257 2 000 524 2 296 360 2.256.897 tons Lignite 3 140 026 3 333 663 3 483 915 3 791 578 4 729 279 tons Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Unit Lead and zinc 20 541 24 736 21 955 24 310 26 678 tons Bauxite 614 950 482 557 410 482 573 301 527 274 tons Iron 2 075 732 2 121 908 2 127 564 2 122 802 1 751 800 tons METALS FB&H COAL RS Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Unit Coal 4 158 094 3 859 780 3 968 931 3 911 791 4 034 584 tons Lignite 2 812 441 2 377 127 2 219 950 2 112 101 2 467 387 tons Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Unit Salt 118 210 127 603 129 690 120 269 125 020 tons Cement 845 657 881 580 840 211 807 587 840 945 tons Gypsum 18 906 16 253 13 646 13 607 13 820 tons NON-METALS FB&H COAL FB&H MRs/MINING SECTOR PROSPECTS FOR THE FUTURE (next 10 years) Actual suport to CMRs support from B&H CMRs Energy-Water-Food Forecact for B&H Energy • Coal and lignite still remain cruaccil energy reource (TPPs coal based electricity production) Decarbonization: • Possibilities for transition in electricity production from renewables: hydro, solar, wind. • Possibilities in transitiona ih heating sector from fossils to renewable (e.g.
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Score: 1148263.9 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...CE%20October%208%20-%20BIH.pdf
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Score: 1146661.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...s/rec10/rec10rev_97_r1274r.pdf
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Project evaluations Year evaluation was initiated Country Project evaluations / title Report issued [yy/mm ] Remarks 2010 Guatemal a IP Comp II: Construction of CENAME laboratory building (US/GUA/02/106) Pending Rehabilitation of the Dairy Plant in Diwaniya (FB/IRQ/04/003) 10/12 Rebuilding Food Safety and Food Processing Industry Capacity in Iraq (FB/IRQ/06/003) – joint WHO/FAO/UNIDO project 10/12 Evaluated by WHO Community Livelihoods and Micro-Industry Support – COTTAGE III (FB/IRQ/07/001, FB/IRQ/07/A01) Pending Rehabilitation of the Date Palm Sector in Iraq (FB/IRQ/07/003) Pending Enterprise Development and Investment Promotion in the SME Sector in Iraq (FB/IRQ/07/004) Pending 2010 Iraq Support for Job Creation and Self- Employment through Promotion of Micro-Industries in Ninewa Governorate of Iraq (FB/IRQ/07/005) Pending 2010 Palestine Revised Technology Transfer for “Recycling of Building Material Waste” Gaza and Support to the Marble and Stone Industry in the West Bank (TE-TF/PAL/05/001) Pending 2010 Regional Africa Multi-stakeholder Programme for Productive and Decent Work for Youth in the Mano River Union (MRU) 10/09 2009/2010 Sudan Enhancing the Capacity of Khartoum State in the Delivery of Pro-poor Vocational Training Services 10/09 2010 Japan ITPO Tokyo. 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Impact-oriented research/study Year Impact-oriented research Report issued [yy/mm] 2009/2010 Desk review: What has UNIDO done to reduce poverty – Evidences from UNIDO Evaluations 2008 and 2009 10/11 2009/ 2010 Impact of UNIDO SMTQ projects in Sri Lanka pending 11 Annex B: Overview of allotments and expenditures 1 ODG/EVA TC projects (2010) ( in euro) Source: Agresso Implemented in 2010 with 2010 ODG/EVA funds Project number Title Allotment Expenditure Balance XPCPR10008 Country evaluation in the People’s Republic of China 50,000.00 47,396.44 2,603.56 XPIND10003 Independent Country evaluation in the Republic of India 50,000.00 45,064.15 4,937.50 YAMOZ10004 Independent Country evaluation of the Republic of Mozambique 34,000.00 32,978.92 1.021.08 UAURT10004 Independent evaluation of Tanzania Country Programme 34,000.00 32,912.63 1,087.38 Country evaluations YABDI10001 Burundi Country evaluation 32,000.00 28,634.63 3,365.37 XPGLO10010 Independent Thematic Evaluations of Field Offices 36,500.00 14,015.31 22484.69 Thematic evaluations XPGLO10026 Thematic Evaluation of UNIDO Upgrading Initiatives 20,000.00 2,229.00 22,771.00 Project Evaluation YARAF10011 Independent Evaluation of Project “Multi-Stakeholder Programme for Productive and Decent Work for Youth in MRU countries 20,000.00 19,740.00 260.00 Programmatic reviews XPGLO10028 Independent Evaluation of UNIDO's Online Procurement Test 5,000.00 3,813.00 1,187.00 Independent Evaluation of the project: Construction of CENAME Laboratory Building 4,331.00 3,534.00 797.00 TOTAL 285,831.00 226,784.08 58,696.50 Implemented in 2010 with 2008-2009 ODG/EVA funds Project number Title Allotment Expenditure Balance YASUD09005 Independent Evaluation of the Integrated Programme in Sudan 37,426.48 35,017.66 2,408.82 XPSUD09009 Independent Evaluation of the Integrated Programme in Sudan 6,000.00 5,077.20 922.80 Evaluations/reviews of IPs/country service frameworks YACMR09001 Independent evaluation of the Integrated Programme in Cameroon 33,779.31 32,515.19 1,264.12 Review of programmes XPGLO08040 Desk Review of the Montreal Protocol 30,000.00 29,317.61 682.39 XPGLO09009 Thematic Evaluation on Human Security and Post-Crisis Rehabilitation 33,500.00 33,000.00 500.00 XPGLO09010 Thematic evaluation of International Technology Centers 40,000.00 39,827.58 172.42 XPGLO08042 UNIDO Projects in the Area of Standards, Metrology, Testing and Quality (SMTQ) 34,000.02 22,546.65 11,453.37 XPGLO08017 UNIDO Cluster and Networking Development Initiatives 39,668.69 39,668.40 0.29 Thematic evaluations XPGLO08006 Meta-evaluation of ITPOs 22,000.00 21,683.83 316.17 Programmatic /process evaluations/reviews XPGLO09019 UNIDO’s Field Mobility Policy 45,000.00 27,921.51 17,078.49 Impact-oriented research/study XPGLO08036 Desk review: What has UNIDO done to reduce poverty 30,000.00 28,106.76 1,893.24 TOTAL 336,374.50 314,682.39 21,692.11 Implemented in 2010 with TC Project funds Project number Title Allotment Expenditure Balance UNIDO Agribusiness/Agro-industry development interventions Financed by Agro- Industry Branch UNIDO Computer Model for Feasibility Analysis and Reporting (COMFAR) Activities 40,000.00 33,144.00 6,856.00 12 Annex C: Evaluations to be conducted in 2011 Thematic evaluations Thematic evaluation of UNIDO POPs projects Country Number Project Title Allotment (USD) Remarks Projects to be covered by the thematic evaluation: GF/CPR/07/008 Environmentally Sustainable Management of Medical Waste in China 11,650,000 China GF/CPR/07/009 Strengthening Institutions, Regulations and enforcement capacities for effective and efficient implementation of the National Implementation Plan (NIP) in China 5,410,000 Evaluation of these projects took place in parallel to the country evaluation in China and were fed into the country evaluation report (under finalization) India GF/IND/07/004 Development of a National Implementation Plan (NIP) in India as a First Step to Implement the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) 3,074,700 The evaluation has been initiated in 2010 and will be completed in 2011 GF/RAF/07/024 2,000,000 Nigeria TF/RAF/09/008 Regional project to develop appropriate strategies for identifying sites contaminated by chemicals listed in annexes A, B and/or C of the Stockholm Convention (Nigeria, Ghana) 1,049,887 Philippines GF/PHI/07/001 Global Programme to Demonstrate the Viability and Removal of Barriers that Impede Adoption and Successful Implementation of Available, Non- combustion Technologies for Destroying Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) 4,108,500 Evaluation October 2010 Global - Slovakia EG/GLO/03/G31 Global Programme to Demonstrate the Viability and removal of Barriers that Impede Adoption and successful Implementation of Available Non- Combustion Technologies for Destroying Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) Slovakia 10,004,040 Project on hold Projects that have already been evaluated and will be included: China GF/CPR/04/002 Building the capacity of the People’s Republic of China to implement the Stockholm Convention on POPs and develop a national implementation plan 4,056,500 Evaluated in 2008 Global GP/GLO/03/012 Fostering active and effective civil society participation in preparations for implementation of Stockholm Convention 972,768 Evaluated in 2007 (Source: Agresso and UNIDO Infobase) 13 Thematic evaluation: UNIDO’s contribution to One UN mechanisms Country Number(s) Project Title Remarks FB/CVI/09/001 One UN programme for Cape Verde CAPE VERDE FB/CVI/09/C01 Cape Verde One UN programme: Resource efficient and cleaner production programme in Cape Verde PCF proposal, UNIDO leader-ship of one component FB/URT/09/004 US/URT/09/006 One UN programme for Tanzania – Joint Programme on environment with a focus on climate change, land degradation/desertification and natural resources management FB/URT/09/003 US/URT/09/005 One UN Programme for Tanzania: Joint programme in education UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA FB/URT/09A02 FB/URT/09/002 One UN programme for Tanzania – Joint programme – North-western Tanzania Part of country evaluation FB/MOZ/08/004 One UN programme for Mozambique (Women empowerment joint programme) MOZAMBIQUE FB/MOZ/08/006 One UN programme for Mozambique component 4.3.5/2: increased supply capacity for agricultural and fishery products Part of country evaluation XP/RWA/07/002 Country programme for Rwanda – development of One UN programme RWANDA XP/RWA/06/005 XP/RWA/09/001 Promotion of Opportunities for Private Sector Enterprise Expansion, Development and Shared- growth (PROPSEEDS) – UNIDO contribution to support One UN programme, output 4.2 Part of country evaluation VIET NAM XP/VIE/08/006 Strengthening One UN implementation in Vietnam Part of country evaluation FB/URU/08/003 Technical assistance for development of policies to promote sustainable production and employment (component 4- Support the cooperative commission) URUGUAY FB/URU/08/002 Institutional strengthening for the design of economic strategies – country international insertion and long- term energy policies development (Central monitoring and coordination) No full fledged evaluations; will be limited to desk review and phone interviews. 14 Country evaluations Tentative lists of projects to be included in the 2011 country evaluations. 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Country/ region Project number Project title Allotment (USD) Remarks Regional Asia TE/RAS/06/001 Trade Capacity Building in the Mekong Delta Countries Cambodia, Lao PDR and Vietnam, through Strengthening Institutional and National Capacities Related to SMTQ – Phase II 1,896,482 PTC proposal, also part of Viet Nam country evaluation Donor evaluations Donor Number Project Title Allotment (USD) Remarks and status EE/RAF/07/017 Euro 5,360,840 EE/RAF/07/A17 Competitiveness Support and Harmonization of TBT and SPS Measures Euro 4,697,245 PTC proposal; pending evaluation by EU EU EE/RAF/08/043 Survey of enterprises in selected ACP regions Euro 2,314,560 France / UEMOA TE/RAF/07/001 Restructuring and Upgrading of Industries in UEMOA Countries 8,691,444 PTC proposal, pending evaluation by UEMOA UNDG Iraq Trust Fund FB/IRQ/08/007 Private sector development programme for IRAQ 1,777,327 PTC proposal, to be evaluated in 2012 by UNDP GP/CUB/05/001 Generation and Delivery of Renewable Energy Based Modern Energy Services; the Case of Isla de la Juventud 2,400,000 GP/RAF/08/004 Demonstrating and capturing best practices and technologies for the reduction of land-sourced impacts resulting from coastal tourism 500,000 PTC proposal GP/ZAM/06/001 Renewable Energy Based Electricity Generation for Isolated Mini-Grids in Zambia 2,700,000 GP/RAF/04/004 8,063,194 UNEP EG/RAF/04/001 Combating living resource depletion and coastal area degradation in the Guinea current large marine ecosystem through ecosystem-based regional actions 11,712,705
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Score: 1146448.3 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...v_FINALPDFVERSION_110316_0.PDF
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ICC-01/05-01/08-974-Anx2-tFRA 23-05-2012 1/13 FB T Traduction officielle de la Cour 2 4) Aux fins du présent protocole : a. (...) ICC-01/05-01/08-974-Anx2-tFRA 23-05-2012 3/13 FB T Traduction officielle de la Cour 4 L’entretien vise à : a. (...) ICC-01/05-01/08-974-Anx2-tFRA 23-05-2012 13/13 FB T
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Score: 1144604.4 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...elatedRecords/CR2012_06297.PDF
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FB went on to note and welcome the significant level of current focus and commitment to women’s and children’s health, witnessed globally and at the 69 th United Nations General Assembly held in New York. (...) A selection panel has been formed, which will consist of the Chair and Co-Chairs of the PMNCH Board (Mrs Machel, Mr Mishra, and FB), together with representatives from the WHO Staff Association and WHO Human Resources representative. (...) Post-2015 PMNCH Strategy Development Process Comments on the Issues Paper and next steps FB summarised the key questions in the Post-2015 Strategy Issues for Discussion paper shared in advance of the meeting.
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Score: 1143928.3 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...ard/nfr_ec_meeting_sep2014.pdf
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Score: 1142663.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ommission/2000/e_ece_1381r.pdf
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