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Irrespective of why a person might need long-term care, many health and social care systems around the world are currently unable to deliver long-term care services and support to older people who need it. Providing guidance to countries on long-term care To support countries to develop or strengthen their long-term care systems and services, WHO has released a new Framework for countries to achieve an integrated continuum of long-term care .   (...) WHO and partners in the UN Decade are striving for a world in which all people can live long and healthy lives, including through access to long-term care services and support, when needed.  
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Score: 652373.9 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...ed-continuum-of-long-term-care
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Programme Long Term Corporate Partner Become a long term partner with UNICEF to build a better future for children UNICEF Thailand/M. Thomas Programme Menu Corporate Engagement Corporate Engagement Long Term Corporate Partner Star for Children Programme Corporate Donor Available in: English ไทย Benefits of becoming our long term corporate partner Helping children requires long term planning and UNICEF perform strategic programme planning every five years with regular monitoring and evaluation process to ensure gaps for the betterment of children are being filled effectively. Therefore we need long term commitment and financial contributions from corporates who are willing to go extra miles with UNICEF, for all children.
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Score: 650317.24 - https://www.unicef.org/thailand/long-term-corporate-partner
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The use of extra long-term memory may help for compression efficiency purpose and error recovery. (...) It will be referred here as the motion compensation frame buffer . · One frame buffer containing extra frames for long-term motion prediction. It will be referred here as the long term motion compensation frame buffer . (...) Furthermore, if store_long_term_prediction_frame is not equal to zero, then the frame is also stored into the long-term motion compensation frame buffer. In addition, the element “use_long_term_prediction_frame” allows to compensate from the very long-term reference frame only.
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Score: 649883.06 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0109_San/VCEG-N48.doc
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A buffer is called a long-term buffer at the moment it contains a long-term picture. A short-term picture is associated with a picture Number (PN), while the long-term picture is associated with a long-term picture Index (LPIN). A short-term picture can be changed into a long-term picture and assigned a long-term picture index (LPIN) according to the information contained in the bitstream.
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Score: 647309.47 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0005_Osa/AnnU_LTP.doc
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 Page 72 - A U4SSC deliverable - Guidelines on tools and mechanisms to finance Smart Sustainable Cities projects           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 72 - A U4SSC deliverable - Guidelines on tools and mechanisms to finance Smart Sustainable Cities projects P. 72 Characteristics of various types of financing 1 Type of Available to Short-term versus Cost Sectors Complexity Geography Potential finance long-term scale $M Hybrid financing products Emerging/ least developed countries – capital being International Project/corporate/ Long-term Low-medium Social High provided by 20–500 NGOs government development developed countries and IFIs (e.g. EU/EIB, WB, USAID) Multilateral Project/corporate/ Short- to long-term Low-medium All sectors Medium Developing 50–1 000 financing government countries Mezzanine/ subordinated Corporate/project Short- to long-term Medium All sectors Medium Globally used 20–500 debt Vendor Project/corporate Short/medium-term Low-medium Energy/ Medium Globally used 0–200 finance technology Alternative Project/corporate Short/medium-term Medium-high All sectors High Developed 25–500 lenders markets Equity Contractors (e.g. Medium- to 5%–10% of construction Project long-term High All sectors Low All countries equity firms, operators) Infrastructure Project Medium- to High All sectors Medium Developing 50–1 000 funds long-term countries Sovereign Project Medium- to High All sectors Medium All countries 100–1 000 wealth funds long-term Soc.
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Score: 647094.24 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page72.html
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ILO BRIEF: Challenges in long-term care for the elderly in Albania This policy note summarises the challenges facing Albania in long-term care for the elderly and presents the key issues for further discussion. (...) Briefing note | 23 May 2022 Contact(s): Kenichi Hirose, Senior Technical Specialist at budapest@ilo.org Download: ILO BRIEF: Challenges in long-term care for the elderly in Albania pdf - 0.5 MB While the Albanian population is ageing rapidly, Albania is facing an imminent challenge to ensure the access to affordable and quality long-term care services for all the elderly in need. Within the framework of the Joint UN Programme “Strategic policy options for SDG financing”, the ILO has conducted a policy study on the long-term care services for the elderly. This report presents the estimate of the future demand of long-term care, reviews the current provision of long-term care services, and discusses key issues in the long-term care policy in Albania.
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Score: 646166.06 - https://www.ilo.org/budapest/w...WCMS_846075/lang--en/index.htm
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From 2000-2004, annual reports of the Secretary-General on the “Long- Term Programme of Support for Haiti” were submitted to the Economic and Social Council. (...) The mandate of the Group is " following closely and providing advice on the long-term development strategy of Haiti to promote socioeconomic recovery, reconstruction and stability, with particular attention to the need to ensure coherence and sustainability in international support for Haiti, based on the long-term national development priorities, building upon the Strategic Plan for the Development of Haiti, and stressing the need to avoid overlap and duplication with respect to existing mechanisms". ( ECOSOC Resolution 2015/18 ) Reports Report of the Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti , 30 June 2015, E/2015/84 Report of the Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti, 8 October 2014, E/2014/95 Report of the Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti, 5 July 2013, E/2013/90 Report of the Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti, 20 July 2012, E/2012/87 Report of the Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti, 14 July 2011, E/2011/133 Report of the Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti, 14 July 2010, E/2010/102 Report of the Ad-Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti, 29 June 2009, E/2009/105 Report of the Ad-Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti, 27 June 2008, E/2008/90 Report of the ECOSOC Ad-Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti, 13 June 2007, E/2007/78 Report of the ECOSOC Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti , 11 April 2006, E/2006/69 Report of the ECOSOC Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti , 20 May 2005, E/2005/66 Report of the Secretary-General on the "Long-term programme of support for Haiti", 16 June 2004, E/2004/80 Report of the Secretary-General on the "Long-term programme of support for Haiti", 25 April 2003, E/2003/54 Report of the Secretary-General on the "Long-term programme of support for Haiti", 6 May 2002, E/2002/56 Report of the Secretary-General on the "Long-term programme of support for Haiti", 11 May 2001, E/2001/67 Report of the Secretary-General on the "Elaboration and implementation of the long-term programme of support for Haiti", 5 June 2000, E/2000/63 Report of the Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti, 2 July 1999, E/1999/103 Resolutions Resolution 2015/18, Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti Resolution 2014/37, Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti Resolution 2013/15, Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti Resolution 2012/21, Ad Hoc Advisory group on Haiti Resolution 2010/28, Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti Resolution 2009/4, Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti Resolution 2008/10 (Page 34), Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti Resolution 2007/13, Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti , 25 July 2007 Resolution 2006/10, Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti , 26 July 2006 Resolution 2005/46, Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti , 27 July 2005 Resolution 2004/52, Long-term programme of support for Haiti, 23 July 2004 Resolution 2003/46, Long-term programme of support for Haiti, 23 July 2003 Resolution 2002/22, Long-term programme of support for Haiti, 24 July 2002 Resolution 2001/25, Long-term programme of support for Haiti, 27 July 2001 Resolution 1999/11, Long-term strategy and programme of support for Haiti, 27 July 1999 Resolution 1999/4, Long-term programme of support for Haiti, 7 May 1999 Decisions Decision E/2011/211, Appointment of additional member of the Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti – 26 April 2011 Decision E/2011/207, Appointment of additional members of the Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti – 17 February 2011 Decision 2004/322, Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti, 11 November 2004 Decision 2001/290, Technical cooperation and the situation of human rights in Haiti, 24 July 2001 Decision 2000/235, Long-term programme of support for Haiti, 27 July 2000 Other documents Letter dated 29 June 2006 from the Permanent Representative of Haiti to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Economic and Social Council, E/2006/88 Letter dated 27 June 2005 from the Permanent Representative of Haiti to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Economic and Social Council, E/2005/86 Ad Hoc Mechanisms Ad Hoc Advisory Groups on African Countries emerging from conflict Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Haiti FROM GLOBAL COMMITMENT TO NATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION Copyright | Terms of Use | Privacy Notice | Site Index | Fraud Alert | Contact Us
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Score: 645199.56 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/adhocmech/haiti.shtml
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The default index order is for the short-term pictures (i.e., pictures which have not been given a long-term index) to precede the long-term pictures in the reference indexing order. (...) Within the set of long-term pictures, the default order is for the pictures to be ordered starting with the picture with the smallest long-term index and proceeding up to the picture with long-term index equal to the most recent value of MLIP1(1. (...) It follows MMCO if the operation is to mark a long-term picture as “unused” or to mark sub-picture areas of a long-term picture as “unused”.
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Score: 644760.25 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...Osa/PostMeeting/AnnU_LTPr8.doc
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The default index order is for the short-term pictures (i.e., pictures which have not been given a long-term index) to precede the long-term pictures in the reference indexing order. (...) Within the set of long-term pictures, the default order is for the pictures to be ordered starting with the picture with the smallest long-term index and proceeding up to the picture with long-term index equal to the most recent value of MLIP1(1. (...) It follows MMCO if the operation is to mark a long-term picture as “unused” or to mark sub-picture areas of a long-term picture as “unused”.
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Score: 644521.7 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...Osa/PostMeeting/AnnU_LTPr9.doc
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The default index order is for the short-term pictures (i.e., pictures which have not been given a long-term index) to precede the long-term pictures in the reference indexing order. (...) Within the set of long-term pictures, the default order is for the pictures to be ordered starting with the picture with the smallest long-term index and proceeding up to the picture with long-term index equal to the most recent value of MLIP1(1. (...) It follows MMCO if the operation is to mark a long-term picture as “unused” or to mark sub-picture areas of a long-term picture as “unused”.
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Score: 644185.25 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...Osa/PostMeeting/AnnU_LTPr7.doc
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