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When it was time to rest, hammocks were set up on the  deck, but the engine noise forced the participants into idle chitchat, idle chitchat for hours, with hopes of shortening the night.
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Score: 1532610.9 - https://www.fao.org/soils-2015...-soil-is-also-an-adventure/es/
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When it was time to rest, hammocks were set up on the  deck, but the engine noise forced the participants into idle chitchat, idle chitchat for hours, with hopes of shortening the night.
Language:English
Score: 1532610.9 - https://www.fao.org/soils-2015...-soil-is-also-an-adventure/fr/
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When it was time to rest, hammocks were set up on the  deck, but the engine noise forced the participants into idle chitchat, idle chitchat for hours, with hopes of shortening the night.
Language:English
Score: 1532610.9 - https://www.fao.org/soils-2015...-soil-is-also-an-adventure/ar/
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When it was time to rest, hammocks were set up on the  deck, but the engine noise forced the participants into idle chitchat, idle chitchat for hours, with hopes of shortening the night.
Language:English
Score: 1532610.9 - https://www.fao.org/soils-2015...-soil-is-also-an-adventure/en/
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When it was time to rest, hammocks were set up on the  deck, but the engine noise forced the participants into idle chitchat, idle chitchat for hours, with hopes of shortening the night.
Language:English
Score: 1532610.9 - https://www.fao.org/soils-2015...-soil-is-also-an-adventure/ru/
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When it was time to rest, hammocks were set up on the  deck, but the engine noise forced the participants into idle chitchat, idle chitchat for hours, with hopes of shortening the night.
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Score: 1503871.9 - https://www.fao.org/soils-2015...-soil-is-also-an-adventure/zh/
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The University of Nicosia responded to UNHCR’s request and offered two full scholarships for young refugees residing in Cyprus who would not otherwise have the opportunity for a university education despite their qualifications. (...) Asked about life as a student, Saimand explains that although he has made friends he does not have enough time for coffee and chitchat. “I live in Limassol, I work at a coffee shop on the days I don’t have classes at the University, and so I do not have much free time.
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Score: 1394687.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/cy/2017/...-young-refugees-story-saimand/
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For example, individuals who cannot read or write often have a harder time in realizing their full potentials than those who can to find work or to take part in political activity. (...) Their specific obligations may be summarized as follows: Progressive realization: States are required to progressively achieve the full realization of these rights over a period of time. (...) -To take steps towards the full realization of ESCRs for all. Use of maximum available resources: States have a duty to use their maximum available resources for the progressive realization of economic, social and cultural rights.
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Score: 1232136.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/human...conomic-social-cultural-rights
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UNHCR scales up “Namjai for Refugees” with Thai Celebrities to support refugees in reaching their full potential – UNHCR Thailand Donate Sign up to support Menu Search Thailand Menu Select a language for this section: English ไทย Select a language for our global site: English Français Español عربي Select a country site: Select a country site: Africa (English) Armenia (English) Armenia | Հայաստան (Հայերեն) Asia Pacific (English) Australia (English) Austria | Österreich (Deutsch) Belarus (English) Belarus | Беларусь (Русский) Belgium | Belgique (Français) Belgium | België (Nederlands) Brazil | Brasil (Português) Bulgaria | България (българин ) Canada (English) Canada (Français) Central Asia (English) Central Asia | Центральная Азия (Русский) Central Europe (English) China (中文) Croatia | Hrvatska (Hrvatski) Cyprus (English) Czech Republic | Česká republika (Čeština) Denmark | Danmark (Dansk) Egypt (English) Estonia (Eesti) Finland | Suomi (Suomi) France (Français) Germany | Deutschland (Deutsch) Ghana (English) Greece | Ελλάδα (ελληνικά) Hong Kong SAR (English) Hong Kong SAR | 香港特別行政區 (繁體中文) Hungary | Magyarország (Magyar) Iceland | Ísland (Íslenska) India (English) Indonesia (English) Indonesia (Indonesian) Iran (English) Iran (فارسی) Ireland (English) Israel (English) Israel | ישראל) עברית) Italy | Italia (Italiano) Japan | 日本 (日本語) Jordan (English) Jordan | لعربية) الأردن) Kenya (English) Korea, Republic of | 한국 (한국어) Kuwait (English) Kuwait (عربي) Latvia | Latvija (Latviešu) Lebanon (English) Lithuania | Lietuva (Lietuvių) Luxembourg (Français) Luxembourg (Nederlands) Malaysia (English) Malta (English) Mexico | México (Español) Moldova (Romanian) Netherlands | Netherland (Nederlands) Nigeria (English) Nordic and Baltic Countries (English) Norway | Norge (Norsk Bokmål) Pakistan (English) Philippines (English) Poland | Polska (Polski) Qatar (English) Qatar (عربي) Romania | România (Romanian) Russia | Россия (Русский) Rwanda (English) Saudi Arabia (عربي) Serbia | Србија (српски) Slovakia | Slovensko (Slovenčina) Slovenia | Slovenija (Slovenščina) South Eastern Europe (English) Spain | España (Español) Sweden | Sverige (Svenska) Switzerland | Schweiz (Deutsch) Switzerland | Suisse (Français) Syrian Arab Republic (English) Thailand (English) Thailand | ไทย (ไทย) Türkiye | Türkiye (Türkçe) Ukraine (English) Ukraine | Україна (Українська) United Kingdom (English) United States (English) Donate Sign up to support Media Centre Contact Us Share Who we are UNHCR in Thailand The 1951 Refugee Convention Who we help Figure at a Glance Prominent Supporters What we do Protection Solutions Basic Needs Support Education Environment, Disasters and Climate Change Private Sector Partnerships Emergencies Afghanistan Situation Chad Emergency Coronavirus outbreak Ethiopia Emergency Rohingya Emergency Myanmar Situation South Sudan Emergency Syria Emergency Venezuela Situation Yemen Emergency News and Stories News Releases Stories Newsletters Annual Reports Get Involved Donate Online Face-to-face fundraising Tele-Fundraising Events Donors: UNHCR Family Private Partnerships and Philanthropy Leading Women Fund UNHCR Event Location Supporters Sign up to Support Work with UNHCR Search UNHCR Search UNHCR Close Search   Home UNHCR scales up “Namjai for Refugees” with Thai Celebrities to support refugees in reaching their full potential “Namjai for Refugees” Campaign led by singer Saharat “Kong” Sangkapricha, together with top celebrities, to showcase their hidden talents in order to mobilise support for refugees living in Thailand. 13 Jul 2017 UNHCR scales up “Namjai for Refugees” with Thai Celebrities to support refugees in reaching their full potential. (...) I would like to use my skills to mobilise support to help refugees reach their full potential.” Join us at Facebook.com/UNHCRThailand from mid-July until the end of September, to find out which celebrities will join this campaign, like Kong, to showcase their talents. To donate for Namjai for Refugees Campaign; ·          Online:  www.unhcr.or.th ·          Telephone: 02-206-2144 ·          SMS:  Text  30 and send to 4642789 (to donate 30  bath per SMS) There is no limit to Namjai that can be shared to help refugees in Thailand reaching their full potential. “Namjai for Refugees” won the Asia-Pacific Communications Award 2016 under the category of ‘Campaign by Non-Profit Organisation’. 
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Score: 1208277.9 - https://www.unhcr.org/th/en/19...hing-their-full-potential.html
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