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Goal D:  The gap between available financial and other means of implementation, and those necessary to achieve the 2050 Vision, is closed. Milestones to be reached by 2030 The four goals each have 2-3 broad milestones to be reached by 2030 (10 milestones in all): Goal A: Milestone A.1  Net gain in the area, connectivity and integrity of natural systems of at least 5%. (...) Goal B: Milestone B.1  Nature and its contributions to people are fully accounted and inform all relevant public and private decisions. (...) Goal C: Milestone C.1  The share of monetary benefits received by providers, including holders of traditional knowledge, has increased.
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Score: 1020721.6 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...tailed-draft-agreement-debuts/
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The Key Technical Areas of H.263++ established at the Berlin meeting are as shown below: Key Technical Area Example Relevant Document(s) Status Editors / Coordinators / Proponents Enhanced Reference Picture Selection Q15-H-09 Q15-H-24 Q15-H-30 Draft Adopted Annex U Thomas Wiegand (Annex editor) Error Resilient Data Partitioning Q15-H-25 Q15-H-26 Draft Adopted Annex V Dong-Seek Park, John Villasenor (Annex editors) IDCT Mismatch Reduction Q15-H-29, Q15-H-35 Draft Adopted Annex W Barry Andrews, Paul Ning (Annex editors) Affine Motion Compensation Q15-H-21, Q15-H-34 In collaborative proposal development Thomas Wiegand (KTA coordinator) Alternative Scan of Coefficients Q15-H-22 One proposal received Gero Bäse (proponent) Media-Aware Error Control Coding Q15-H-25, Q15-H-26 One proposal received Hyun-Duk Cho, Yoo-Sok Saw (proponent) Error Resilient Header Repetition Q15-H-12 One proposal received Miska Hannuksela (proponent) Error Concealment (normative or informative) None No proposals received Stephan Wenger (proponent) Our reflector has been pretty quiet in the interim period since the Berlin meeting, except for a late flurry of discussion of error resilience simulation test software issues. (...) These include: 1) Enhanced Reference Picture Selection KTA/Draft: · Q15-I-44 (Proposed new draft) 2) IDCT Mismatch Reduction KTA/Draft: · Q15-I-11 (Characteristics of Drafted IDCT) · Q15-I-22 (SEI Proposed Draft) 3) Error Resilient Data Partitioning KTA/Draft: · Q15-I-14 (Proposed new draft) 4) Affine Motion Compensation KTA: · Q15-I-41, Q15-I-42, Q15-I-43 (Experiment Description & Results) 5) Alternative Scan of Coefficients KTA: · Q15-I-50 (Alternative Scan Work) 6) Media-Aware Error Control Coding KTA: · Q15-I-23 (Proper Placement of Error Control Coding) · Q15-I-49 (Report on Error Control Coding Work) 7) Error Resilient Header Repetition KTA: · Q15-I-25, Q15-I-26 (Header Repetition Experiment and Results) 8) Error Concealment KTA: · Q15-I-17, Q15-I-18, Q15-I-19, Q15-I-20, Q15-I-21, Q15-I-22 (UBC&Wenger Normative) 9) New Proposals: · Q15-I-22, Q15-I-27 (SEI for Copyright) · Q15-I-48 (Profile for Cable Video Telephony) · Q15-I-51 (GFID numbering rule) Conclusion We appear set for another good meeting of work and ready to finalize the scope of H.263++ for February determination by SG16. (...) Meeting Approx Date Type Milestone SG16-1 17 March ‘97 Study Group Q15-A 24 Jun ‘97 Experts Q15-B 8 Sep ‘97 Experts Adoption of Workplan Q15-C 2 Dec ‘97 Experts Start of Significant Effort SG16-2 26 Jan ‘98 Study Group Q15-D 21 Apr ‘98 Experts Q15-E 21 Jul ‘98 Experts SG16-3 14 Sep ‘98 Study Group Q15-F 3 Nov ‘98 Experts Q15-G 16 Feb ‘99 Experts First Formal Draft Adoptions SG16-4 17 May ‘99 Study Group Q15-H 3 Aug ‘99 Experts SG16-5 30 Sep ‘99 Study Group Q15-I 18 Oct ‘99 Experts Final Draft for Determination SG16-6 7 Feb ‘00 Study Group Determination Q15-J Apr ‘00 Experts Bug-checking Q15-K Jul ‘00 Experts Final Draft for Decision Jan ‘01 Study Group Decision File:Document1 Page: 3 Date Printed: 10/13/99
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Score: 1020554.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...video-site/9910_Red/q15i06.doc
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The Key Technical Areas of H.263++ established at the Berlin meeting are as shown below: Key Technical Area Example Relevant Document(s) Status Editors / Coordinators / Proponents Enhanced Reference Picture Selection Q15-H-09 Q15-H-24 Q15-H-30 Draft Adopted Annex U Thomas Wiegand (Annex editor) Error Resilient Data Partitioning Q15-H-25 Q15-H-26 Draft Adopted Annex V Dong-Seek Park, John Villasenor (Annex editors) IDCT Mismatch Reduction Q15-H-29, Q15-H-35 Draft Adopted Annex W Barry Andrews, Paul Ning (Annex editors) Affine Motion Compensation Q15-H-21, Q15-H-34 In collaborative proposal development Thomas Wiegand (KTA coordinator) Alternative Scan of Coefficients Q15-H-22 One proposal received Gero Bäse (proponent) Media-Aware Error Control Coding Q15-H-25, Q15-H-26 One proposal received Hyun-Duk Cho, Yoo-Sok Saw (proponent) Error Resilient Header Repetition Q15-H-12 One proposal received Miska Hannuksela (proponent) Error Concealment (normative or informative) None No proposals received Stephan Wenger (proponent) Our reflector has been pretty quiet in the interim period since the Berlin meeting, except for a late flurry of discussion of error resilience simulation test software issues. (...) These include: 1) Enhanced Reference Picture Selection KTA/Draft: · Q15-I-44 (Proposed new draft) 2) IDCT Mismatch Reduction KTA/Draft: · Q15-I-11 (Characteristics of Drafted IDCT) · Q15-I-22 (SEI Proposed Draft) 3) Error Resilient Data Partitioning KTA/Draft: · Q15-I-14 (Proposed new draft) 4) Affine Motion Compensation KTA: · Q15-I-41, Q15-I-42, Q15-I-43 (Experiment Description & Results) 5) Alternative Scan of Coefficients KTA: · Q15-I-50 (Alternative Scan Work) 6) Media-Aware Error Control Coding KTA: · Q15-I-23 (Proper Placement of Error Control Coding) · Q15-I-49 (Report on Error Control Coding Work) 7) Error Resilient Header Repetition KTA: · Q15-I-25, Q15-I-26 (Header Repetition Experiment and Results) 8) Error Concealment KTA: · Q15-I-17, Q15-I-18, Q15-I-19, Q15-I-20, Q15-I-21, Q15-I-22 (UBC&Wenger Normative) 9) New Proposals: · Q15-I-22, Q15-I-27 (SEI for Copyright) · Q15-I-48 (Profile for Cable Video Telephony) · Conclusion We appear set for another good meeting of work and ready to finalize the scope of H.263++ for February determination by SG16. (...) Meeting Approx Date Type Milestone SG16-1 17 March ‘97 Study Group Q15-A 24 Jun ‘97 Experts Q15-B 8 Sep ‘97 Experts Adoption of Workplan Q15-C 2 Dec ‘97 Experts Start of Significant Effort SG16-2 26 Jan ‘98 Study Group Q15-D 21 Apr ‘98 Experts Q15-E 21 Jul ‘98 Experts SG16-3 14 Sep ‘98 Study Group Q15-F 3 Nov ‘98 Experts Q15-G 16 Feb ‘99 Experts First Formal Draft Adoptions SG16-4 17 May ‘99 Study Group Q15-H 3 Aug ‘99 Experts SG16-5 30 Sep ‘99 Study Group Q15-I 18 Oct ‘99 Experts Final Draft for Determination SG16-6 7 Feb ‘00 Study Group Determination Q15-J Apr ‘00 Experts Bug-checking Q15-K Jul ‘00 Experts Final Draft for Decision Jan ‘01 Study Group Decision File:q15i06.doc Page: 2 Date Printed: 10/19/99
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Score: 1020554.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/9910_Red/q15i06r1.doc
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Effat normally studies in class eight at Milestone School in Dhaka. But these are not normal days, because Effat and her classmates are housebound under the terms of the Bangladeshi government’s COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, which resulted in the closing down of all schools and educational institutions in the country from 18 March 2020. (...) We urgently need to act now to give them alternative ways to learn and to help them rebuild routines,” said Mokhtar. (...) Sheldon Yett, on attacks on teachers Read now Press release 23 June 2022 Schools ill-equipped to provide healthy and inclusive learning environments for all children – UNICEF, WHO Visit the page Article Ema wades through floodwaters to continue learning As flooding closes schools, UNICEF works with Government and partners to ensure children do not lose out on education Read the story Press release 01 May 2022 UNICEF: Education milestone for Rohingya refugee children as Myanmar curriculum pilot reaches first 10,000 children Visit the page Footer UNICEF Bangladesh Research and reports Our stories Take action Partners About us Children in Bangladesh Where we work Supply and logistics Jobs Related UNICEF sites UNICEF Global UNICEF South Asia Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1017442.8 - https://www.unicef.org/banglad...al-tv-during-covid-19-lockdown
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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 consider it as an important milestone in our endeavour of making efforts to give water high profile in the international political processes as started in 2011 during our EU presidency and continued in the run up to the Rio+20 conference and its follow up including the Friends of Water process and other activities.” (...) Faraj El-Awar is Programme manager of the Global Water Operators’ Partnerships Alliance ( GWOPA ) >> Full interview >> 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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Milestones and Disbursement Schedule You will receive the grant in 3 tranches , linked to project milestones. (...) Most projects will have four milestones: - Milestone 1 is always the signing of the finalized project document - Milestone 2: A significant, observable activity taking place in the 1st year of the project (month 8) - Milestone 3: A significant, observable activity taking place in the 2nd year of the project (month 16) - Milestone 4 is the submission of the final narrative and financial reports. (...) Any change in the project schedule which would affect the milestone dates will be notified to UNDEF as soon as possible and well before the next scheduled milestone, to make it possible to discuss alternatives.
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Score: 1015924.7 - https://www.un.org/democracyfu...ect_document_guidelines_en.doc
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Action’s timeframe/milestones, as appropriate: Achieving more than 2.000 public charging stations by 2020; replace 1200 vehicles of the public administration fleet with electric vehicles, by 2020. (...) Action’s timeframe/milestones, as appropriate: Renovate the public transport fleet, replacing 500 current buses with cleaner alternatives, such as GNL and Electric vehicles, until 2020. (...) Action’s timeframe/milestones, as appropriate: Implementation throughout the timeframe of the Batumi Initiative on Green Economy.
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Score: 1010444.4 - https://unece.org/DAM/env/efe/Batumi/Portugal.BIG-E.e.pdf
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It should take account of trajectory milestones at least for 2030 and 2040. An ambitious LTAG should cover in-sector CO2 emissions no higher than one third of 2019 levels in 2050, with a net-zero CO2 emissions aspiration by 2050. (...) ICAO should work on a global framework for their deployment in a sustainable manner at the ICAO Conference on Aviation and Alternative Fuels (CAAF/3) in 2023. 3.6 The authors also underline the importance of developing means of implementation for assisting countries in the implementation of LTAG as well as means of monitoring. 4. ACTION BY THE HLM-LTAG 4.1 The HLM-LTAG is invited to: a) agree to retain options for a LTAG that include a goal consistent with the temperature goals of the Paris Agreement, such as net-zero international aviation CO2 emissions by 2050, with milestones at least for 2030 and 2040 and with marginal reliance on carbon sinks/ permanent removals; HLM-LTAG-WP/18 - 4 - b) agree to launch a process towards establishing, by the end of 2023, the means to monitor, report and verify the progress for the achievement of a LTAG; and c) recognise the major role of sustainable aviation fuels in reducing the CO2 emissions, and agree to set at CAAF/3 in 2023 a global framework for their deployment in a sustainable manner. – END –
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Score: 1010444.4 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ocuments/HLM.LTAG.WP.18.en.pdf
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Antibody preparations should be stored in small aliquots, and thawed once; repeated freezing and thawing may negatively impact antibody – hence frost-free freezers are not appropriate, as they alternate between freezing and thawing. Hyperimmune globulin from animal plasma IM or IV depending on volume needed (?) (...) DOI: 10.1056/NEJMp1412166 ‹#› | ChAd3 : Overview of Phase 1 trialsChAd3 : Overview of Phase 1 trials Site Number vaccinated Trial start (planned dates) Characteristics VRC – USA 20 September 2014 Bivalent, healthy adults, dose-escalation, safety Oxford – UK 60 September 2014 Monovalent, healthy adults, dose-escalation, safety CVD – Mali 40 October 2014 Monovalent, healthy adults, dose-escalation, safety Gambia 40 Pending Monovalent, healthy adults, dose-selection, safety Lausanne, Switzerland 100 October 2014 Monovalent, healthy adults, dose-selectio0n, safety Total vaccinated Phase I = 260 ‹#› | rVSV : Overview of Phase 1 trialsrVSV : Overview of Phase 1 trials Site Number vaccinated Trial start (planned dates) Characteristics WRAIR – USA 30 October 2014 Healthy adults, dose-escalation, safety NIAID – USA 30 October 2014 Healthy adults, safety, two-dose schedule Hamburg, Germany 20 Nov 2014 Healthy adults, dose-selection, safety Lambarene, Gabon 60 Nov 2014 Healthy adults, dose-selection, safety Kilifi, Kenya 40 Nov 2014 Healthy adults, dose-selection, safety Geneva, Switzerland 100 Nov 2014 Healthy adults, dose-selection, safety Total vaccinated Phase I = ≥250 ‹#› | Key milestones - VaccinesKey milestones - Vaccines Target date Milestone September - October 2014 Initiation of Phase 1 trials for the two most advanced vaccines November 2014 Agreed protocols (including for Phase 3 trials) across different sites Preparation started of sites in affected countries for Phase 3 studies November – December 2014 Initial safety and immunogenicity data from Phase 1 trials available December 2014 Start of Phase 3 trial in Liberia April 2015 Early results on vaccine efficacy In parallel with acquisition of efficacy data – Planning for large-scale use, including systems for vaccine financing, allocation, and use
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Score: 1010153.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...auleKienyExperimentalEbola.pdf
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These strategies should address regional and local priorities and institutional building needs, as well as the identification of alternative scenarios of strategies’ implementation, including the establishment of a list of priority projects for financing and the costs involved. 11. (...) Expected results/ Outputs – deliverables (a) Collection of required data (b) Inventory of priority infrastructure needs and assessment of their costs Milestones and Criteria Elaboration of the diagram of information required and their collection described Interrelation to other work packages Provide data for the continuation of the work 10 ECE/TRANS/SC.2/2012/4 Work Package Description VI Title: Elaboration of Master Plans Working Package No. 5 Start: Month 8 Duration: 2 months Parties involved Task/Activity of partner Remarks SC.2 Secretary 5.1 to 5.3 National Focal Points 5.1 to 5.3 External Consultant(s) 5.1 to 5.3 Observers Objectives: Elaboration of a realistic Master Plan of action covering the identified priority needs on high- speed rail transport corridors, the ECE region Master Plan Description of the work/tasks Task 5.1 Elaboration of the ECE region high-speed train backbone network Task 5.2 Elaboration of the ECE region high-speed train Master Plans and their alternative implementation scenarios Task 5.3 GIS presentation of the ECE region high-speed train Master Plan. (...) Expected results/ Outputs – deliverables (a) Inventory of specific priority projects for implementation (b) Estimate of implementation costs (c) Definition of technical and institutional actions required Milestones and Criteria Inventory of projects Interrelation to other work packages Contributes to the completion of the work 12 ECE/TRANS/SC.2/2012/4 Work Package Description VIII Title: Addressing Border crossing questions Working Package No. 7 Start: Month 8 Duration: 3 months Parties involved Task/Activity of partner Remarks SC.2 Secretary 7.1 National Focal Points 7.1 External Consultant(s) 7.1 Observers Objectives: Addressing border crossing questions Description of the work/tasks Task 7.1 Border crossing problems inventory on the ECE region high-speed train backbone networks and improvement recommendations Expected results/ Outputs – deliverables (a) Inventory of border crossing problems (b) Recommendations for improvement Milestones and Criteria Presentation of reports Interrelation to other work packages Contributes to the completion of the work 13 ECE/TRANS/SC.2/2012/4 14 Work Package Description IX Title: Addressing funding questions Working Package No. 8 Start: Month 3 Duration: 10 months Parties involved Task/Activity of partner Remarks SC.2 Secretary 8.1 to 8.4 National Focal Points 8.1 to 8.4 External Consultant(s) 8.1 Observers Objectives: Presentation of conclusions and recommendations.
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