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She has worked on several projects with OHCHR in Geneva accompanying the work of the UN Working Group of Experts on People of African descent and writing publications on the rights of people of African descent in the framework of the International Decade for people of African descent.  For the past year she has been working for the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP) in Colombia capacity building and accompanying human rights, Afro-descendant, indigenous and women’s organizations in access to transitional justice in the context of Colombia’s recent peace agreement.
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Score: 679093.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...Session16/EstherOjulariCV.docx
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PowerPoint Presentation Sharing experiences on mobilizing resources towards the implementation of the Addis Agenda and the 2030 Agenda Yonov Frederick Agah WTO Deputy Director-General Overview • Trade as a mobilizer of resources • Trade as an engine for growth • Generating domestic resources through trade • Accompanying policies • Case story – Graduating LDCs and WTO acceded members • WTO experience with delivering on the SDGs • Organizing to implement Agenda 2030 • Delivering on the SDG targets Trade as an engine for growth • Trade has proven to be an engine for development and poverty reduction by boosting growth. • Over the past 15 years accelerated economic growth in developing countries has resulted in narrowing of the income gap between developing and developed countries. • This growth explosion has greatly contributed to an unprecedented reduction of poverty. • Trade is recognized as an engine for inclusive economic growth and poverty reduction that contributes to the promotion of sustainable development both by the Agenda 2030 and the Addis Agenda. Trade as domestic resource generator • Trade and economic growth enhances a country’s income generating capacity, which is one of the essential prerequisites for achieving sustainable development. • International trade can be an important source of finance to both the private sector and the public sector in developing countries. • By increasing growth trade can also make available the necessary resources to implement other development targets in the social and environmental sphere. • But this needs to be accompanied by a host of other policies to ensure that trade is inclusive, that it benefits the largest possible sections of the population and that those who may be losing out are provided assistance to adjust. (...) Sharing experiences on mobilizing resources towards the implementation of the Addis Agenda and the 2030 Agenda Trade as an engine for growth Trade as domestic resource generator The role of accompanying policies Case Story – graduating LDCs and Countries that acceded to WTO Evidence: Trade performance of acceded members Organizing to implement Agenda 2030 and Addis Agenda WTO experience with delivering on SDG targets
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Score: 678513.2 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/hig...sterial-Round-Table-1_Agah.pdf
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UNICEF supports Cuba’s efforts to maintain the results achieved in the area of maternal, child and adolescent health care, and promotes shared parenthood to guarantee the necessary accompaniment that mothers and babies need to have a successful breastfeeding experience The pressure to return to work sometimes comes on top of the lack of knowledge about the existing regulations that allow mothers to have flexibility in their work hours so they can breastfeed their children in or outside the work environment. (...) Few fathers take paternity leaves, which are necessary to accompany mothers and share house chores during the first months.    (...) Current scenario in the post-pandemic stage, with support from the Government of Japan and the accompaniment of UNICEF Read now News note 22 March 2022 UNICEF Cuba accompanies the Updating Workshop for obstetric care guidelines Read now News note 10 March 2022 Almost half of households with children in Latin America and the Caribbean struggle to make ends meet Read now Footer UNICEF in Cuba What do we do Publications Stories Act About UNICEF Press center Situation of children BECOME A DONOR Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal warning Footer tertiary Denunciar fraude, abuso, irregularidades
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Score: 678513.2 - https://www.unicef.org/cuba/en...stfeeding-a-magical-connection
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UNICEF Cuba accompanies the Updating Workshop for obstetric care guidelines Skip to main content UNICEF Logo Cuba Toggle navigation Español English Global links - EN Visit UNICEF Global High contrast UNICEF Logo Cuba EXPLORE UNICEF About UNICEF Situation of children in Cuba Contact us Press center DONATE Main navigation What we do Publications Stories Act Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max News note UNICEF Cuba accompanies the Updating Workshop for obstetric care guidelines The Updating Workshop for obstetric care guidelines gathers specialists from all over the country from March 22 to 24. 22 March 2022 Miguel Ernesto Gomez Available in: Español English Havana, March 22, 2022.- For three days, the Updating Workshop for obstetric care guidelines gathers specialists, heads of the Maternal and Child Care Program from all over the country, who deal with various topics, including preconception reproductive risk, obstetric care at maternity Homes and in perinatal care wards. (...) Noemí Causa Palma, National Head of the Maternal and Child Department of the Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP), was grateful for the accompaniment offered to this event by the United Nations Children’s Fund Dr.
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Score: 678513.2 - https://www.unicef.org/cuba/en...shop-obstetric-care-guidelines
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Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Meetings & Events / Assembly 38th Session / ICAO Welcome Committee Agenda and Schedule Candidate Member States Daily Bulletin List of Delegates Secretariat Presentations and Panels Documentation Resolutions Assembly Working Papers Assembly Report and Minutes Plenary - Action Sheets Statements Reference Documents Guidelines for Preparation of Working Papers and Deadlines for Submission A38 infoKit Election of the Council Candidate Member States Electronic Voting Procedure Election Results Part I Election Results Part II Election Results Part III Information for Delegates Electronic Mailboxes for Delegations Credentials Registration Hotels Visa Requirements Meeting Services Internet Access Social Functions Commissariat Services ICAO Welcome Committee Currently selected ICAO and Local Resource Guide Contact Information Side Events Media Accreditation All Assembly Sessions ICAO-NET All Assembly Sessions ICAO-NET Untitled 1 ICAO Welcome Committee   Resume Page Content ICAO WELCOME COMMITTEE FOR ACCOMPANYING PERSONS   2013 PROGRAMME OF ACTIVITIES The ICAO Secretariat, wishes to extend a warm welcome to those accompanying participants in the 38th Session of the ICAO Assembly to be held from 24 September to 4 October 2013.   (...) For resident participants, registrations will be taken from a separate list on  a "first come first-served" basis, except in such cases when a Visiting participant wishes to be accompanied by a Resident participant of her own Delegation, then the latter will be registered on the Priority list.  
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Score: 676724.2 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...es-icao-welcome-committee.aspx
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Recommendation ITU-R BS.1286 – Methods for the subjective assessment of audio systems with accompanying picture: is intended to cover those aspects of subjective assessment which are especially relevant to the case where the sound is accompanied by related pictures. Some aspects of the perceived sound quality are affected by the accompanying visual material. Recommendation ITU-R BS.1534 – Method for the subjective assessment of intermediate quality level of coding systems: is intended to cover those aspects of subjective assessment of intermediate quality level of coding systems.
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Score: 676724.2 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../0A/07/R0A070000040007MSWE.doc
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Standard media accreditation Each journalist must complete the online registration form and should submit the credentials requested in the media accreditation procedure Media accompanying Member State Delegations Focal points of Heads of States and Member States Delegations may choose to register journalists travelling with the delegation EITHER as independent media OR as media which are members of the delegation. (...) Requirements: Accreditation as independent media: The delegation focal point should email the list of the journalists accompanying the delegation including names, function and media outlet to pressreg@itu.int Each journalist must also complete the online registration form If the delegation focal point does not notify pressreg@itu.int of the names of accompanying journalists in advance, journalists will be required to follow the standard media accreditation procedure.
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Score: 676724.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/plenipo...-delegate-accreditation-en.pdf
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If the owners of the produce agree with the protection, and the use of sterilization then the government appointed officials or private authorities will perform the necessary heat or steam sterilization procedures, but these procedures have to be accompanied by the issue of the necessary accompanying certificates (either heat or steam treatment). (...) Any plants, seeds or agricultural produce intended for importation to the Lao PDR must be accompanied by an Import Permit and must be able to satisfy the conditions specified for the importation of agricultural produce. 3. All plants, seeds and agricultural produce for import into the Lao PDR must be accompanied by a Phytosanitary Certificate. Article 10: Examination of Plants or Agricultural Produce for Import to Lao PDR. 1.
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Score: 676416.75 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/lao_e/WTACCLAO3A1_LEG_11.pdf
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International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER DGP-WG/16-WP/21 20/9/16 DGP-WG/16-WP/21 - 2 - 1.3 The spare lithium metal battery provision in Table 8-1 for portable medical electronic devices can be reasonably read to permit spare batteries without any portable medical electronic device accompanying the passenger in their baggage. Meanwhile, operators and screeners are unable to ascertain that these batteries are intended for the passenger’s portable medical electronic device. 1.4 In all practicality, the Table 8-1 provision for spare lithium metal batteries with a lithium content exceeding 2 grams but not exceeding 8 grams, was intended for a specific medical device application that would be limited to a small subset of passengers. However, the current provision could be interpreted to allow an unlimited number of such spare lithium metal batteries in carry-on baggage with or without an accompanying portable medical electronic device. 1.5 The DGP is well aware of the significant risks to aircraft and their occupants when there are fires involving lithium metal batteries. (...) It is partially for this reason that spare lithium metal batteries (UN 3090) are forbidden as cargo shipments on passenger aircraft. 1.6 It is suggested that the provision be revised in line with its original intent to facilitate the limited transport of medical devices powered by lithium metal batteries to include accompanying spare batteries necessary to power the device. 2.
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Score: 676416.75 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG16/DGPWG.16.WP.021.2.en.pdf
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Considerations and possible amendments (a) Accompanying document 4. At its twenty-sixth session, GE.1 mandated the secretariat to prepare a new version of the accompanying document, taking into account the discussions and requests made. An amended draft of a paper accompanying document is contains in Annex I, for consideration by GE.1. GE.1 may wish to note that the accompanying document presented in Annex I contains both a bar code and a QR code.
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Score: 676211.96 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/bc...nc_tech/documents/id17-13e.pdf
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