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REPORT OF THE INTERSECRETARIAT WORKING GROUP ON NATIONAL ACCOUNTS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Quality within the dimension of the national accounts was assessed using the IMF quality assessment framework. Milestones 45. At its twenty-ninth session, the Commission commended the milestone measures defined by the Task Force on National Accounts (see E/1997/24, chap. (...) However, there are some limitations to the milestone measure. In this regard, countries have perceived the milestones as setting out the order in which additions to national accounts must be approached. Further, the milestones can also give a misleading impression in respect of SNA implementation, owing to the fact that there are different degrees of implementation.
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. ● Countries improved partnership with stakeholders and mobilized resources for activities on WASH in HCFs (KGZ, TJK) ● Countries used available tools (education posters, guidelines, information for schools) to strengthen WASH and in particular hygiene in schools reopening during the COVID19 pandemic Main achievements: Contributing to the global agenda ● Increased number of countries in the region were able to provide estimates for WASH services in schools and healthcare facilities as part of the JMP reporting https://washdata.org/sites/default/files/2020 -08/jmp -2020-wash-schools.pdf ● Work under the Protocol and case study examples of several countries was included in the Global Progress Report on WASH in Health Care Facilities: Fundamentals First https://washdata.org/sites/default/files/2020-12/WHO-UNICEF-2020-wash-in-hcf.pdf ● Progress also presented at the WHA side event “Meeting the Challenge of COVID-19: Achieving Sustainable WASH-safe Health Care Facilities in the 2020s” in May 2020. https://washdata.org/sites/default/files/2020-08/jmp-2020-wash-schools.pdf https://washdata.org/sites/default/files/2020-12/WHO-UNICEF-2020-wash-in-hcf.pdf Lessons learnt for future work a) Need for alternative and flexible ways of delivering capacity building and implementation activities b) Need for strengthening attention on WASH from other sectors and increase cross-sectorial collaboration to integrate WASH as a strong basis for IPC, outbreak preparedness, patient safety and occupational health c) Need for review national monitoring and surveillance systems and take actions to harmonise with SDG 6 monitoring efforts d) Even more need for sound and empiric data to inform improvement work and more efficient use of available data Plans for future work in this area: priority milestones Subregional workshop on WinS (Co-hosted by Belarus 22-24 June 2021 Virtual format) Finalise a report of baseline assessment of WASH in HCFs in HUN, MDA, TJK (2021) Support the national assessment of WASH in HCFs inGEO and MNE (2021) Regional evidence report on WASH in health-care facilities (2022) Surveillance tool for WASH in health-care facilities(2022) Thankyoufor yourattention! Institutional Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Objectives for WinS for 2020-2022 Objectives for WinHCF for 2020-2022 The COVID-19 context Status of activities Main achievements: Country work progress Main achievements: Contributing to the global agenda Lessons learnt for future work Plans for future work in this area: priority milestones Thank you for your attention!
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Score: 927878.4 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...Inst%20WASH_Marta%20Vargha.pdf
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UN Search عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español   Home Contact us FAQs UN-Water Water for Life Decade ON THE DECADE About the Decade Decade's Milestones THE DECADE'S CAMPAIGN You make the Decade! (...) The Senegal River has a long history of water cooperation among the basin states (dating back to the colonial times) and some 13 international agreements have been signed. A milestone in this history was the creation in 1972 of the Organisation pour la Mise en Valeur du Fleuve Sénégal ( OMVS ) when the basin countries were experiencing the worst drought in decades. (...) Despite a good level of cooperation and the existence of institutional arrangements, riparian states still face many challenges due to climate change, poverty and mitigation of environmental and human impacts of the dams (public health). >> Conference Home About the Conference >> Organizers >> Key questions >> Expected outcomes >> Agenda >> Participants Conference background >> International Year and WWD 2013 >> UN initiatives on water cooperation >> UN Water Convention >> UN Watercourses Convention >> Challenges for water cooperation >> Addressing cooperation: tools and mechanisms >> Mediation and dispute resolution mechanisms >> Alternative Dispute Resolution Approaches Sessions and Cases >> Water cooperation: nations and stakeholders >> Water cooperation in rural areas >> Water cooperation in cities >> Interview questions for case study presenters Side events >> World Water Day 2013 >> World Water Week 2013 >> The UN Global Compact >> Intensively developed aquifers >> Stakeholders platforms in Spain >> Field visits Resources >> Cases on water cooperation >> Conference daily >> Conference flyer >> Conference interviews >> Conference poster >> Information briefs >> Presentations from participants >> UN water cooperation reports >> Video interviews with participants >> Video recording of sessions >> Water cooperation in the media >> Web banners Copyright | Terms of use | Privacy notice | Site Index | Fraud alert | Help no google analytics no google analytics no google analytics
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Score: 927878.4 - https://www.un.org/waterforlif...ation_2013/senegal_river.shtml
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UN Search عربي 中文 English Français Русский   Español   Home Contact us FAQs UN-Water Water for Life Decade ON THE DECADE About the Decade Decade's Milestones THE DECADE'S CAMPAIGN You make the Decade! (...) We are offering an alternative approach that is starting to be adopted by new districts and other NGOs. In the future, we hope that we actually have the courage to be bold, to support work along the lines and principles of Everyone Forever (not clear what the alternative is) and that we actually solve the WASH crisis.
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Score: 926896.9 - https://www.un.org/waterforlif...orlifevoices/ned_breslin.shtml
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GE.11-26013 Econo
“Essential IPR” means any and all IPR in any jurisdiction in the world that would necessarily be infringed by implementation of a Specification because there are no commercially acceptable, non-infringing alternatives for implementing the Specification. The availability of a commercially acceptable non-infringing alternative shall be judged ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2010/20/Rev.2 3 according to the state of the art when a “development milestone” (set forth in paragraph IV.D.21) relating to the IPR occurs. (...) In order not to waive the Participant’s rights to enforce its Essential IPR, the Authorized Individual must disclose the Essential IPR on or prior to the first development milestone that arises after the Authorized Individual first has actual knowledge of the Essential IPR. (...) For example, should an Authorized Individual fail to disclose a known Essential pending patent claim prior to a first development milestone, the Authorized Individual may not then disclose a patent claim that originated from the undisclosed pending claim prior to a future development milestone. 18.
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United Nations EC
“Essential IPR” means any and all IPR in any jurisdiction in the world that would necessarily be infringed by implementation of a Specification because there are no commercially acceptable, non-infringing alternatives for implementing the Specification. The availability of a commercially acceptable non-infringing alternative shall be judged according to the state of the art when a Development Milestone (set forth in Section 4(d)) relating to the IPR occurs. (...) In order not to waive the Participant’s rights to enforce its Essential IPR, the Authorized Individual must disclose the Essential IPR on or prior to the first Development Milestone that arises after the Authorized Individual first has actual knowledge of the Essential IPR. (...) For example, should an Authorized Individual fail to disclose a known Essential pending patent claim prior to a first Development Milestone, the Authorized Individual may not then disclose a patent claim that originated from the undisclosed pending claim prior to a future Development Milestone. 20.
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GE.11-22242 Econo
“Essential IPR” means any and all IPR in any jurisdiction in the world that would necessarily be infringed by implementation of a Specification because there are no commercially acceptable, non-infringing alternatives for implementing the Specification. The availability of a commercially acceptable non-infringing alternative shall be judged ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2010/20/Rev.1 3 according to the state of the art when a “development milestone” (set forth in section IV(d)) relating to the IPR occurs. (...) In order not to waive the Participant’s rights to enforce its Essential IPR, the Authorized Individual must disclose the Essential IPR on or prior to the first development milestone that arises after the Authorized Individual first has actual knowledge of the Essential IPR. (...) For example, should an Authorized Individual fail to disclose a known Essential pending patent claim prior to a first development milestone, the Authorized Individual may not then disclose a patent claim that originated from the undisclosed pending claim prior to a future development milestone. 18.
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UN/CEFACT INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS POLICY : NOTE / BY THE UN/CEFACT BUREAU
"Essential IPR" means any and all IPR in any jurisdiction in the world that would necessarily be infringed by implementation of a Specification because there are no commercially acceptable, non-infringing alternatives for implementing the Specification. The availability of a commercially acceptable non-infringing alternative shall be judged according to the state of the art when a Development Milestone (set forth in Section 4(d)) relating to the IPR occurs. (...) In order not to waive the Participant’s rights to enforce its Essential IPR, the Authorized Individual must disclose the Essential IPR on or prior to the first Development Milestone that arises after the Authorized Individual first has actual knowledge of the Essential IPR. (...) For example, should an Authorized Individual fail to disclose a known Essential pending patent claim prior to a first Development Milestone, the Authorized Individual may not then disclose a patent claim that originated from the undisclosed pending claim prior to a future Development Milestone. 20.
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Page 04/07/2020 Zika Vaccine UNIEF is working together with WHO and PAHO to advance R&D to address gaps in vaccine and diagnostic tools Page 03/25/2020 Vaccine Microarray Patches (VMAPs) VMAPs are an innovative intradermal delivery technology for delivering vaccinations, an alternative to the conventional methods. Article 04/29/2019 Strengthening Vaccination Systems The UNICEF Innovation Fund joins The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Grand Challenges Explorations Initiative to seek solutions for data collection Link 11/12/2018 Drone Delivery Becomes a Reality An attempt to make drones part of the medical infrastructure to reach remote Pacific Islands Link 11/12/2018 UNICEF Uses Drones to Fight Cholera Explore a new approach with us to better target response efforts in Malawi Link 11/12/2018 Vanuatu Government Innovates with UNICEF Meet the international drone companies awarded with commercial contracts for vaccine delivery. Link 11/12/2018 Innovating Towards "Health For All" Read UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore's remarks at the opening of the Global Conference on Primary Health Care Link 11/12/2018 Drones vs Mosquitoes Find out how scientists are using drones in Malawi to help stop the spread of malaria. Link 11/12/2018 Milestones for Isolated, Remote Communities Lifesaving vaccines in the island nation of Vanuatu will soon be delivered to remote areas by drone.
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Score: 921269.4 - https://www.unicef.org/innovation/topics/vaccines
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It provides an international platform addressing questions of growth and an alternative, sustainable economy. The initiative is jointly organised by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management (BMLFUW) and 25 partner organisations. Action’s time frame/milestones, for the action, as appropriate: 3rd international conference “How Constraints Make Us Grow – A Society in Transition” took place 22nd – 24th February 2016.
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Score: 921269.4 - https://unece.org/DAM/env/efe/Batumi/Austria.BIG-E.e.pdf
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