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Peasants have the right to adequate housing and clothing. 8. Peasants have the right to education and training. 9. (...) Peasants have the right to toil on and own unused land on which they depend for their livelihood. 4.
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REPORT OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE AND BUDGETARY QUESTIONS
The Committee agrees to the replacement of those items subject to verification in the current inventory that those items are unusable. 16. An amount of $807,800 for claims and adjustment is also included under item 10, Supplies and services. (...) Military personnel costs (a) Military observers Mission subsistence allowance 1 012.8 936.0 76.8 Travel costs 330.0 330.0 - Clothing and equipment allowance 7.2 7.2 - Subtotal 1 350.0 1 273.2 76.8 2.
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TRUSTEESHIP COUNCIL 14TH SESSION OFFICIAL RECORDS 545TH MEETING TUESDAY, 29 JUNE 1954, AT 2 P.M. NEW YORK
The average cash wages for sorne occupations was as high as t13 per month, plus free rations, cloth- ing, equipment and hospital services. They were also entitled to free transport from their home to their place of employment. (...) It would be interesting to calculate how much was left to workers in other countries after they had paid for items such as food, clothing, rent, etc. 21. With regard to educational advancement, the Administering Authority believed that the essential thing was to lay firm foundations, namely, to increase ~he number of primary schools and teacher-training Institutions. (...) OBEREMKO (Union of Soviet Socialist Repu blies) asked what was done with the unused part of the undertaking's income. 82. Mr.
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Score: 977260.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=T/SR.545&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS, WALTER KALIN : ADDENDUM
B.2 Provision of adequate food, water and sanitation, shelter, clothing and essential health services B.2.1. During and after the emergency phase of the disaster, adequate food, water and sanitation, shelter, clothing, and essential health services should be provided to persons affected by natural disasters who are in need of these goods and services. (...) During the immediate emergency phase, food, water and sanitation, shelter, clothing, and health services are considered adequate if they ensure survival to all in need of them. (...) If food, water and sanitation, shelter, clothing, and health services are not available in sufficient quantities, they should be provided first to those most in need.
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Upon reaching expiration date, all unused vials must be discarded following appropriate protocols outlined in this document. (...) DESTRUCTION OF USED, EXPIRED OR UNUSABLE VIALS, AND ANCILLARIES 28. Used COVID-19 vaccine vials and ancillary supply should be disposed of according to medical waste management best practices. (...) Upon expiration of the vaccine batch, a record of all destructions of expired or otherwise unusable vaccines must be provided to the to the Global Vaccine Deployment Support Team (GVDST) via email to covidvaccines@un.org.
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Score: 976266 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...ce_on_storage_handling_etc.pdf
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PROPOSED DECISIONS APPROVED BY THE OPEN-ENDED WORKING GROUP AT ITS FIFTH SESSION FOR SUBMISSION TO THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES AT ITS EIGHTH MEETING
Given that no significant quantities of the chemical 1 “Outdated” means unused within the period recommended by the manufacturer. 2 Ibid. (...) Recommended practices towards that end include: (a) Inspecting containers and other packing materials for leaks, holes, rust, high temperature (resulting from chemical reactions), and appropriate repackaging and relabelling as necessary; (b) Handling wastes at temperatures below 25°C, if possible, because of the increased volatility at higher temperatures, and also the flammability; (c) Ensuring that spill containment measures are in good condition and adequate to contain liquid wastes if spilled, i.e., the total volume plus 10 per cent; (d) Placing plastic sheeting or absorbent mats under containers before opening them if the surface of the containment area is not coated with a smooth surface material (paint, urethane or epoxy); (e) Removing liquid wastes either by removing the drain plug or by pumping with a peristaltic pump and suitable chemical-resistant tubing; (f) Using dedicated pumps, tubing and drums, not used for any other purpose, to transfer liquid wastes; (g) Cleaning up any spills with cloths, paper towels or absorbent; (h) Triple rinsing of contaminated surfaces with a solvent such as kerosene to remove all residual DDT; (i) Treating all absorbents and solvents from triple rinsing, disposable protective clothing and plastic sheeting as wastes consisting of, containing or contaminated with DDT when appropriate. 56. (...) Consequently, DDT may remain unused or improvised measures may be taken which are dangerous to handlers or users. 63.
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WORLD DAY TO COMBAT DESERTIFICATION AND DROUGHT 2018 SMART CHOICES TO PRESERVE OUR LAND
On the other hand, it is reported that the time needed by waste to degrade, varies as shown in the graph below. 6 Time required for various wastes to decompose Ye ar s 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 P la st ic b ot tle s, 1 00 0 ye ar s Be ve ra ge c an s, 5 00 y ea rs Pl as tic b ag s an d le at he r pr od uc ts , 1 00 y ea rs Pa in te d w oo d, 1 0 ye ar s M ilk p ac ke ts (t et ra ), 5 ye ar s W ax p ap er , 3 m on th s N ew sp ap er s an d m os t k itc he n w as te , 4 -3 w ee ks Development and economic growth, including in poor countries, have led to an increase in consumption and waste as people have been able to afford more food, clothing, electronics, energy or packaging. The higher level of affluence has made waste worthless in value terms, which has led to its increase in volume terms. (...) Options include making a list of items to buy as spontaneous decisions result in superfluous purchases, opting for repairing rather than buying new, swapping napkin paper for cloth, making an inventory of items owned, buying good quality items to be used longer, reducing buying temptations, allowing decision time before purchases, buying 11World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought 2018 Smart Choices to Preserve our Land Recycling Rates of waste output in the UAE are among the world’s highest and the UAE’s landfills contain a large percentage of materials that could be recycled. (...) In addition, women are usually eager and willing to learn new things and to share practical experiences both formally and informally, an opportunity that might be lost if they are not actively involved. 13World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought 2018 Smart Choices to Preserve our Land in cooperation with the Egyptian Hotels Association, distributing unused food from participating hotels to feed insecure people living within the surrounding regions of the hotels.The 2010-founded Jordanian Food Bank (JFB) fights hunger through innovation and diversity aiming to contribute to ending hunger in Jordan by 2020.
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The major part of the spectrum allocated to the IBS system is currently unused. Taking into account the evolution of VSAT technology the contract for this band should be renegotiated to ensure more flexible usage. Thus, related to IBS carriers’ bandwidth conversion, SNMC/17 meeting took Conclusion 17/10 which can be read as follow: “That States/Organizations coordinate to liaise with INTELSAT for the conversion of IBS initial bandwidth into lease band to be affected to each SNMC member according to its quota part.” 2.2 This Conclusion had not been implemented till SNMC18 and States/Organizations are always charged on unused IBS carriers while operating lease band. Therefore SNMC/18 agreed on Conclusion 18/13 as follow: Conclusion 18/13: Conversion of IBS Band to leased band That: States/organizations pursue and complete the implementation of conclusion of SNMC17/10 by adopting the following process: a) IBS carrier status of stations be forwarded to ASECNA for compilation and transmission to INTELSAT; and b) A Technical/financial meeting should be held by SNMC members with INTELSAT to ensure the conversion of IBS band to a leased band. 2.3 SNMC 19 meeting discussed this issue after a communication by INTELSAT on the detailed status of AFISNET band spectrum. (...) SNMC/21 discussed the issue and take decision 21/14 that reads as follows: Decision 21/14: AFISNET bandwidth re-engineering That: The conversion of IBS unused carriers to leased band with INTELSAT be undertaken based on the status of unused carriers to be finalized by ASECNA by 31 of December 2013.
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Score: 969888.6 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...-Bandwith%20re-engineering.pdf
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UNITED NATIONS RELIEF AND WORKS AGENCY FOR PALESTINE REFUGEES IN THE NEAR EAST : ACCOUNTS FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 1955 AND REPORT OF THE BOARD OF AUDITORS
Clothing has been valued at the rates used by the customs authorities of Lebanon. (...) Food, clothing, medical care and education Mabarat Amira Basma, Amman , .. (...) Food and clothing Moslem Brethren, Hebron...••....••.......•...•..•....
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We fled with only a blanket,” she said, sitting in a tent made from cloth tied to sticks used as anchor points. Though plastic tents are available, the stifling heat renders them unusable, so camp residents rely on the most basic materials to protect themselves from the fierce sun and frequent dust storms. (...) Having been forced to move four times in the span of a few years, her children are unable to attend school and are dressed in worn clothes covered in grime and dust. “My children haven’t worn new clothes since we left Helmand,” she said.
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