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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2005/03/16 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF ITALY TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
E/CN.4/2005/G/19 página 3 In this context, the Government of Italy wishes to emphasize that Act No. 189/2002 in fact places employment at the heart of the migration system, as foreigners are authorized to enter Italy and remain there in connection with work. (...) Paragraph 26 The decree of 16 October 2004 issued by the President of the Council of Ministers authorized entry by 16,000 additional workers from the eight new member States. (...) For the year 2005, two decrees issued by the President of the Council of Ministers authorized the entry of 500 nationals of countries outside the European Union and 79,500 from the new member States.
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2010/03/04 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF BRAZIL TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
However, recent researches led by Brazilian universities came to different findings: the sugarcane sector has the second highest average wage in the national agriculture economy (for a synthesis, please see Goldemberg, J, Coelho, ST, Guardabassi, P. (...) Since 2005, the Social Fuel Seal is issued by the Ministry of Agrarian Development (MDA) to biodiesel producers authorized by the Brazilian legislation to produce and sell this new fuel provided that they meet the following requirements: (a) To purchase minimum percentages of raw materials from family farmers, 10% from regions North and Mid-West; 30% from the South and Southeast and 50% from the Northeast and the Semi-Arid Region; and (b) To enter into contracts with family farmers establishing deadlines and conditions of delivery of the raw material and the respective prices, and to provide them with technical assistance. 11.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION, VERNOR MUNOZ VILLALOBOS: ADDENDUM
Coverage ..................................................................................... 69 - 71 22 B. Legal framework: Universities and University Colleges Act 1971 ...................................................................................... 72 - 77 23 C. (...) The Special Rapporteur was also informed of the differences in infrastructure in relation to the State-run religious Muslim schools, which have been provided with better facilities. 44 Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, “Analysis of factors contributing to the school dropout problem in Sarawak”, Workshop on School Dropouts in Sarawak, January 2002.
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VISIT TO QATAR :REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE NEGATIVE IMPACT OF UNILATERAL COERCIVE MEASURES ON THE ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS, ALENA DOUHAN
In this connection, the Special Rapporteur underlines that unilateral measures are only legal if: (a) they have a valid and clear legal basis in national legislation and do not breach the international obligations of States; (b) if they are authorized by the Security Council; or A/HRC/48/59/Add.1 GE.21-09193 7 (c) if their illegality is excluded in the course of countermeasures taken in accordance with the standards of international responsibility, with the purpose of restoring the observance of international obligations, prior notice and the criteria of legality, legitimacy and proportionality. 26. The Special Rapporteur also stresses that any unilateral measures that are not authorized by the Security Council or that go beyond its authorization may only be taken in full compliance with international law, in accordance with basic principles of the rule of law, including legality, legitimacy, humanity and proportionality, with due account for the precautionary approach concerning the humanitarian impact of the measures taken. (...) A/HRC/48/59/Add.1 GE.21-09193 9 positive tendencies as concerns Egypt, Qatari students have faced disruptions related to: (a) their transfer to other universities, given that some universities had closed their academic files and/or suspended their academic accounts; (b) the denial of provision to them of their official credentials; (c) the loss of scholarships obtained in universities in the four States; and (d) forced changes in study disciplines or repetition of the same courses.
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT :WRITTEN SUBMISSION BY THE PHILIPPINES: COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The law also states that FSL must be offered as an elective subject in the regular curriculum of state universities and colleges to encourage hearing persons to learn FSL.12 In July 2019, Philippine Senator Pia Cayetano filed Senate Bill No. 69, or “The Inclusive Education for Children and Youth with Special Needs Act,”13 which would create inclusive learning resource centers within regular schools that would cater to children and youth with special needs.14 The bill aims to address issues of accessibility to accommodate the needs of young students with disabilities. 7. Apart from experiencing barriers to education, persons with disabilities have also encountered issues in the exercise of their right to suffrage due to the lack of accessible polling places.15 To address this, during the May 2019 elections, the Philippines’ Commission on Elections (COMELEC) introduced Emergency Accessible Polling Places (EAPP) which served as areas where the persons with disabilities were able to cast their votes.16 8 Persons with disabilities also experience difficulty in obtaining redress from the courts.17 The lack of training for judges in handling cases involving persons with disabilities may result in a misappreciation of the facts.18 To prevent possible miscarriage of justice,19 the Supreme Court of the Philippines in 2007 authorized trial court judges, through the Office of the Court Administrator (OCA), to engage the services of sign language interpreters.20 The use of sign language interpreters in court and quasi-judicial proceedings involving deaf persons is now mandatory under the Filipino Sign Language Act.21 It should be emphasized that steps must likewise be taken to make the court processes fully responsive to the needs of persons with disabilities other than hearing impairment.
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VISIT TO QATAR : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION
Universities also sometimes assist students to obtain support from charities. (...) During her visit to schools and universities, the Special Rapporteur was able to see such arrangements. 76. (...) The Special Rapporteur was concerned to learn that, while women obtained a very high proportion of Qatari scholarships to study at universities inside Qatar (86 per cent) i
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VISIT TO PERU :REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP OF EXPERTS ON PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT
Several are Afro-Peruvian themselves, and are connected to universities or the Group for the Analysis of Development. (...) They were sometimes endorsed by Afro-Peruvians, authorized by similar portrayals on television. At the chic Larcomar Mall in Lima, the only presence of Afro-Peruvians observed by the Working Group were blackface dolls for sale in shops. 54. (...) In Ica, the Working Group heard reports of the closure of universities without alternatives and lost family investments, schools with leaking classrooms, widespread lack of access to running water, and insufficient textbooks. 58.
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“CÓDIGO DE CONDUCTA PARA CIENTÍFICOS”. PRESENTADO POR CHILE, COLOMBIA, COSTA RICA, ECUADOR, EL SALVADOR, ESPAÑA, GUATEMALA, ITALIA Y MÉXICO
This Code of Conduct is also applicable in general to all staffs in companies authorized to handle and transport biological materials or agents. 5. (...) Scientists and authorized staffs shall not participate in unlawful propositions with other persons, institutions, businesses or governments. (...) Article 3 Responsibility of Scientific Institutions and other relevant ones 1. Scientists, authorized staffs and the authorized institutions (businesses, agencies, biological facilities and other companies authorized to handle and transport materials or biological agents) where they carry out their duties shall ensure and be prepared to provide evidence that they have in place the appropriate biosecurity measures to protect sensitive or confidential information. 2.
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REPORT OF THE GREEN CLIMATE FUND TO THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
The Board requested further work on the Fund's administrative policies based on the hybrid option in order to advance work as rapidly as possible, and report on progress to the Board at its October 2013 meeting, (c) Approved at its October 2013 meeting with immediate effect the establishment of the GCF Secretariat, as the fully independent secretariat foreseen in paragraph 19 of the Governing Instrument, and (d) Authorized the Executive Director to take all necessary actions and to make, on behalf of the Fund, necessary arrangements and contracts to facilitate the establishment and operations of the GCF Secretariat in the Republic of Korea in order to allow the Fund to perform its functions. (...) GE 1364227 FC CC/CP/2013/6 Annex II: Decisions taken by the Board in 2013 Third meeting of the Board, Berlin, Germany, 13-15 March 2013 Agenda item 4: Additional rules of procedure of the Board DECISION Br 01 -13/01 The Board having considered document GCF/B101-13/02/Rev101 AdditionalRules ofProcedure ofthe Board (a) Adopted the provisions on applicability and definitions set out in Annex I to this report; (b) Adopted the AdditionalRules ofProcedure ofthe Board relating to observers set out in Annex H to this report; (c) Adopted the Additional Rules ofProcedure of the Board relating to composition, selection and term ofBoard membership set out in Annex HI to this report; (d) Adopted the AdditionalRules ofProcedure ofthe Board relating to Co-Chairs set out in Annex IV to this report; (e) Adopted the AdditionalRules ofProcedure ofthe Board relating to meetings set out in Annex Vto this report; Ü) Adopted the AdditionalRules ofProcedure ofthe Board relating to meetings set out in Annex VI to this report; (g) Adopted the AdditionalRules ofProcedure ofthe Board relating to meetings set out in Annex VII to this report; (h) Adopted the Additional Rules ofProcedure ofthe Board relating to decision-making and voting set out in Annex VIH to this report; (i) Adogted the AdditionalRules ofProcedure ofthe Board relating to confidentiality and conflict ofinterest set out in Annex IX to this report; (1) Adopted the Additional Rules of Procedure of the Board relating to amendments to the Additional Rules of Procedure set out in AnnexX to this report; (k) Adopted the Additional Rules ofProcedure of the Board relating to the overriding authority of the Governing Instrument set out in Annex XI to this report; (l) Requested the Co-Chairs to consider the matter offormal voting and report back to the Board at its June 2013 meeting; (m) Requested the Interim Secretariat, under the guidance of the Co-Chairs, to prepare a document on the participation ofadvisersfor the June 2013 Boardmeeting; (n) Requested the Interim Secretarial; under the guidance ofthe Co-Chairs, to prepare a document on information disclosure, including webcasting, for the June 2013 Board meeting; (o) Requested the Interim Secretariat to publish the rules ofprocedure, as adopted in a consolidatedmannen DECISION Br 01 -I3/02 The Board Mintïul ofthe needfor a comprehensive travelpolicy, (a) Decided that until the adoption ofsuch a policy, thefull cost of travel and daily subsistence allowance 1 ofthe Boardmembers and alternate membersfrom eligible Annex title; developing countries to attend Board meetings, or any ancillary meetings decidedby the Board will be providedfrom the administrative budget ofthe Fund; 1 The rules applicable to travel ofUnited Nations staff w111 be followed until the Board adopts the travel policy for the Fund and its officials, GE 1364227 15 FCC C/CP/2013/6 (b) Further decided that the cost oftravel and daily subsistence allowance ofthe Co-Chairs and Board members or alternate members nominatedby the Board to represent the Fund will be providedfrom the administrative budget ofthe Fund when traveling on Fund-related business, subject to authorization by the Board; (c) Noted that other thanfor travel and daily subsistence allowance, Board members and alternate members will not receive any compensationfrom the Fundfor theirparticipation in the meetings ofthe Board; (d) Decided to considerfunding oftravel expenses of advisers and/or active observers in the context of the Fund’s overall travelpolicy,‘ and (e) Requested the Interim Secretariat to present to it at its September 2013 meeting a working document setting out a draft travel policy for the Fund for approval by the Board to be appliedforfunding the travel ofBoard members, alternate members, advisers, active observers and stayfofthe independent Secretariat DECISION Br 01 -I3/03 The B oard: Approved the Guidelines relating to the observer participation, accreditation of observer organizations and participation ofactive observers set out in the Annex XII to this report Agenda item 5: Headquarters Agreement DECISION Br 01 -13/04 The Board having reviewed the Draft Headquarters Agreement, (a) Took note ofthe Draft Headquarters Agreement between the Republic ofKorea and the Green Climate Fund; (b) Requested the Interim Secretariat, under the guidance of the Co-Chairs, to finalize the Draft Headquarters Agreement between the Republic ofKorea and the Green Climate Fund in consultation with the Government of the Republic ofKorea; (c) Authorized its Co-Chairs to sign, on behalf of the Fund the Headquarters Agreement between the Republic of Korea and the Green Climate Fund; (d) Further authorized the Executive Director, once appointed to sign, after consultation with the Co-Chairs, on behalfofthe Fund supplementary agreements with the relevant authorities ofthe Republic of Korea as identified in the Headquarters Agreement between the Republic ofKorea and the Green Climate Fund, (e) Authorized the Co-Chairs to sign, on behalfofthe Fund supplementary agreements with the relevant authorities ofthe Republic ofKorea as identified in the Headquarters Agreement between the Republic ofKorea and the Green Climate Fund Agenda item 6: Communication and representation DECISIONB101-13/05 The Board having reviewed document GCF/B101-13/06 Green Climate Fund Communication and External Representation, (a) Approved the scope offurther work on communication outlined in Annex XIII to this document; (b) Requested members and alternate members ofthe Board to provide inputs by 15 March 2013for the finalization ofthe communication products included in Annex HI ofdocument GCF/B101-13/06 by the Interim Secretariat under the guidance ofthe Co-Chairs; Z UNFCCC rules for determining eligibility of developing countries for availing the support for travel w111 be applied until the Board adopts the travel policy for the Fund, 16 GE 1364227 FC CC/CP/2013/6 (c) Requested the Interim Secretariat to prepare a concept note on the development ofa communication strategyfor the Fund based on guidance provided by the Board for consideration at the June 2013 Board; and to provide a draft communication strategyfor the consideration ofthe Board at its September 2013 meeting; (d) Took note of the guidance on representation at external events outlined in Annex V of document GCF/B101- 13/06; (e) Decided that financial sponsorship of events should initially be discouraged and appropriate and relevant requests for partnership in external events, with no associatedfinancial commitrnent, should be considered by the Board on a no-objection basis; Ü) Decided that the approach to Fund’s representation atfuture meetings ofthe Technology Executive Committee and on the Advisory Board of the Climate Technology Centre and Network is interim, pending the development ofa broaderFund strategy on engagement with UNFCCC and external bodies; (8) Decided that the selection of a Board representative in response to the ad hoc requests for Board’s representation atfuture meetings ofthe Technology Executive Committee be guided by paragraph 8 ofAnnex IV to this report (AdditionalRules ofProcedure relating to the Co-Chairs); (h) Decided that the selection ofa Board representative on the Advisory Board of the Climate Technology Centre and Network be undertaken intersessionally, once further clarity on the role, expectations and time commitrnent is provided by UNER Agenda item 7: Business model framework DECISION Br 01 -I3/06 The Board having reviewed document GCF/B101-13/11 Business modelframework ofthe Green Climate Fund: (a) Took note ofi and welcomed the work of the business model framework team, comprised of six Board members/alternate members, formed at its second meeting under decision Br 02-12/03, in the preparation ofthe detailed terms ofreference for a consultancy on the business modelframework ofthe Green Climate Fund as contained in the Annex ofdocument GCF/Br 01-1 3/1 I; (b) Noted that thefollowing areas ofconvergence on the business modelframework ofthe Fund are consistent with the Governing Instrument, namely that the Fund will be ambitious, flexible and scalable, have a country-driven and owned approach, employ direct access and other access modalities, and leverage additional public and private resources through the operational modalities ofthe Fund including through the private sectorfacility,‘ (c) Further noted convergence that the Fund should also: (i) Recognize that a country driven approach is a core principle to build the business model ofthe Fund; (ii) Commence as a fund that operates through accredited national, regional and international intermediaries and implementing entities; (iii) Focus initially on grants and concessional lending, and employ additional financial instruments as necessary to efectiver achieve the objectives ofthe Fund; and (iv) Enhance transparency and accountability,‘ (d) Decided that the areas ofthe business modelframework set out in Annex XIV to this report should be the focus offurther analysis and work to develop optionsfor consideration by the Board at its June 2013 meeting; (e) Decided that the areas ofthe business modelframework set out in Annex XV to this report shouldbe thefocus of further analysis and work to develop optionsfor consideration by the Board at its September 2013 meeting; Ü) Requested the Interim Secretarial; under the guidance ofthe Co-Chairs, to drawfrom, andbuild on, the work on the terms of reference for a consultancy on the business modelframework of the Green Climate Fund to develop the parameters for the work set out in AnnexesXIVandXV to this report; GE 1364227 17 FCC C/CP/2013/6 (g) Requested the Co-Chairs to work with the Interim Secretariat to ensure that there is overall coherence within the development ofthe business modelframework work, as well as coherence between the business modelframework work and the broader workplan ofthe Board; (h) Requested thereafter that the business modelframework team provides guidance on the work set out in Annexes XIV andXV to this report and coherence, and report to the Board at its June and September 2013 meetings; (i) Requested the Interim Secretariat to undertake the work set out in Annexes XIV andXV to this report with the assistance ofconsultants, and reflect upon the views expressed at the March 2013 Board meeting and in submissions on the business modelframework by the members and alternate members ofthe Board and observers; (j) Decided to authorize the Interim Secretariat, ifnecessary, to organize one or several meeting/s of the business modelframework team to review the Board documents, under the guidance of the Co-Chairs, prior to the June and September 2013 Board meetings; (k) Decided to authorize the Interim Secretariat to organize an informal discussion on the business model framework documents one day prior to the June and September 2013 Boardmeetings,‘ (l) Acknowledged that an amount of USS 600, 000from the administrative budget ofthe Fundfor the periodfrom I November 2012 to 31 December 2013, as amended in this decision, may be usedfor the completion ofthe work set out in Annexes XIV andXV to this report; (m) Requested the Interim Secretariat, under the guidance of the Co-Chairs, to ensure that expenditure under this decision is eficient and cost-eflective and to seek the Co-Chairs’ approval ifthere is a requirement to exceed the amount of USS 600,000, noting the Co-Chairs may approve a larger allocation offundingfor this work, provided that it can be accommodated within the administrative budget of the Fundfor the periodfrom I November 2012 to 31 December 2013, as amended in this decision; (n) Approved the administrative budgetfor the Fundfor the periodfrom I November 2012 to 31 December 2013, as adopted in decision B102-12/06for the Interim Secretariat, and specifically the amount allocatedfor consultancies, be increased by USS 150,000; (o) Invited contributions to the Green Climate Fund Trust Fund; and (p) Authorized the Interim Trustee to make additional cash tranjers of USS 150,000from the Green Climate Fund Trust Fund to the UNFCCC secretariatfor the Interim Secretariatfor thispurpose, subject to available resources in the Green Climate Fund Trust Fund as deterrninedby the Interim Trustee, Agenda item 8: Establishment of the independent Secretariat A, Selection of the Executive Director DECISIONB101-13/07 The Board having considered document GCF/Br 01-13/05 Progress Report of the Executive Director Selection Committee, (a) Approved the terms ofreference, including the job description and qualifications, for the Executive Director set out in Annex XVI to this report; (b) Authorized the Interim Secretariat to advertise the vacancy announcement Br Review ofstaffi'ng of the Interim Secretariat The Board took note ofdocument GCF/B10] -I3/Inf 04, 18 GE 1364227 FC CC/CP/2013/6 Cr Guidance on administrative policies ofthe independent Secretariat DECISION Br 01 43/08 The Board having reviewed document GCF/Br 01-13/04 Administrative Policies ofthe IndependentSecretariat, (a) Requested the Interim Secretariat to further explore the feasibility of the options presented in document GCF/B101-I3/04, including a United Nations common system, a multilateral development bank system and a United Nations common system 7 multilateral development bank system hybrid option based on the International Fundfor Agricultural Development and the Asian DevelopmentBank, in itsfurther work on preparing the administrative policies of the independent Secretariat andprepare a working documentfor an intersessional decision by the Board on a no- objection basis; (b) Decided that, upon an intersessional agreement of the Board all necessary documents to this eflect will be commissioned during the course ofthe next months and be readyfor consideration by the Board at its next meetings in line with the timetable set out in Annex XVII to this report to ensure the transition from the Interim Secretariat to the independent Secretariat by December 2013; (c) Decided that, should the Board not agree intersessionally to an option for the administrative policies of the independent Secretariat, the matter be broughtforward to the Boardfor consideration at its June 2013 meeting, Agenda item 10: Resource mobilization DECISION Br 01 -I3/09 The Board having reviewed document GCF/Br 01-13/07Resource mobilizationfor the Green Climate Fund Approved the scope offurther work set out in Annex XVTII to this report Agenda item 11: Modalities for readiness and preparatory support DECISIONB, 01 -I3/I 0 The Board having reviewed document GCF/Br 01-13/08 ModalitiesforReadiness and Preparatory Support, (a) Adogted the scope offurther work on the modalitiesfor readiness andpreparatory support set out in Annex XIX ofdocument GCF/Br 01-13/08; (b) Decided to explore options for making short-term progress on readiness, including, given the availability of resources, to initiate work on operationalizing a readinessphase, including on: (i) Identifying and engaging with existing initiatives and programmes on readiness and preparatory support in order to enhance learning and ensuring coherence, including apossible workshop; (ii) Identifying short-term initiatives to support readiness andpreparatory support; and (iii) Assessing available information on readiness andpreparatory support needs andgaps,‘ (c) Invited countries to provide additional resources to the administrative budget ofthe Fund GE 1364227 19 FCC C/CP/2013/6 Agenda item 12: Arrangements between the Conference of the Parties and the Fund DECISIONB, 01-13/11 The Board having reviewed document GCF/Br 01-13/10 Arrangements between the Conference ofthe Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Green Climate Fund (a) Recognized that the provisions contained in Article II, paragraph 3, and decision 3/CPAI7 ofthe of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Governing Instrumentforrn the basis for arrangements between the Conference of the Parties and the Green Climate Fund and that the Standing Committee on Finance and the Board develop the arrangements between the Conference of the Parties and the Green Climate Fund consistent with decision 7/CP, 18 ofthe Conference ofthe Parties at its eighteenth session; (b) Took note of the outcome of the Standing Committee on Finance discussion on the arrangements between the Conference ofthe Parties and the Green Climate Fund as communicated by the Co-Chairs ofthe Standing Committee on Finance; (c) Decided that the Co-Chairs be mandated to develop, in accordance with paragraph I ofdecision 7/CPAI8, the draft arrangements between the Conference of the Parties and the Green Climate Fund with the Co-Chairs of the Standing Committee on Finance; (d) Further decided that the draft arrangements between the Conference ofthe Parties and the Green Climate Fund be presentedfor consideration at the June 2013 Board meeting to befurther developedfor adoption at the September 2013 meetingforpresentation to the Conference ofthe Parties at is nineteenth sessionfor agreement Agenda item 13: Logo of the Fund DECISIONB, 01 -I3/12 The Board having reviewed document GCF/B101-I3/09/Rev101 Logo ofthe Green Climate Fund (a) Requested the Interim Secretariat to launch an international competition inviting art and design schools and universities worldwide, and the broaderpublic through the Fund’s website, to submit a proposalfor a logo ofthe Fund that depicts its ideals and characten In order to attractyouth participation, an age limit of25 years will apply; (b) ¿gm that the purpose oflaunching this competition will be to raise awareness: (i) Ofthe Green Climate Fund; and (ii) Ofchallenges and threatsposedby climate change, in particular among the young generation; (c) ¿gm that the logo ofthe Fundshould: (i) Reflect the resolve ofthe international community to address and ov
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It was also incorporated into the teaching of at least 20 universities (see attached list) and an official request was submitted in Kenya and Nigeria to incorporate the FAO/INFOODS e-Learning Course on Food Composition Data into the curricula of all universities teaching nutrition. Two FAO/INFOODS training workshops were held on food composition including a session to discuss the implementation of the e-learning course into African universities: at ANEC VI in Ghana in 2014 and at the FANUS conference in Tanzania in 2015.
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