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Score: 682724.2 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...O%20North%20and%20South_CN.pdf
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Better Work Jordan and IFC join forces to tackle gender-based violence in Jordan’s garment sector A new programme will support national stakeholders in addressing gender-based violence. Press release | 21 June 2020 Amman (Better Work Jordan News) – On the occasion of the first anniversary of the ILO Convention on Violence and Harassment, Better Work Jordan has launched a new collaborative project with the International Finance Corporation and national stakeholders to address gender-based violence. (...) “IFC and ILO have closely collaborated through our Better Work global partnership over the past 10 years.
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Score: 682286.5 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_748688/lang--en/index.htm
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Better Work Jordan and IFC join forces to tackle gender-based violence in Jordan’s garment sector A new programme will support national stakeholders in addressing gender-based violence. Press release | 21 June 2020 Amman (Better Work Jordan News) – On the occasion of the first anniversary of the ILO Convention on Violence and Harassment, Better Work Jordan has launched a new collaborative project with the International Finance Corporation and national stakeholders to address gender-based violence. (...) “IFC and ILO have closely collaborated through our Better Work global partnership over the past 10 years.
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Score: 682286.5 - www.ilo.org/beirut/medi...WCMS_748688/lang--en/index.htm
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While the panelists were from different geographic regions and had a focus on different forest resources and product outputs, all provided a strong emphasis on the significant contribution that the forest sector can make to climate change mitigation and the development of a bioeconomy as the world seeks to build back better. In particular, the webinar identified the importance of FAO, the private sector and other relevant stakeholders to work closely together to build a shared narrative and goals for all forests for a better future based on sustainable forest products. (...) Most importantly it can lead the development of a narrative for the sector to be a force for good and build back a better, sustainable environment and society. Such a narrative must be based on robust, reliable and timely data. (...) Mike May, FuturaGene-Suzano Building a shared narrative for all forests for a better future    - Howard Parry-Husbands, CEO, Pollinate Related links Synthesis report of the webinar Recording of webinar Advisory Committee on Sustainable Forest-based Industries (ACSFI)   last updated:  Wednesday, October 7, 2020 Contact us  |  Privacy policy  |  Scam alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 681476.86 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/news/97378/en/
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Commprove Company Presentation Better insight, better results CommProve Holistic QoS and QoE measurement and digital transformation Slide 1 © CommProve - Confidential Rv.1 – 15/03/18 Better insight, better results Company Overview  Founded 1996 – In Italy  Privately held company  Locations:  HQ Ireland  Italy, France, South Africa, Kenya, Argentina and Brazil  Russia - R&D outsourcing  90+ HCs globally  50%+ in Development  Leading provider of Service/Revenue Assurance solutions for network operators Slide 2 © CommProve – Confidential Better insight, better results CommProve Solution Suite  Mature Platform Capabilities  Big, fast data storage & handling  Numerous interfaces  Flexible data acquisition  Patented correlation techniques  Complete Suite of Solutions  Business Assurance – AnalytiQa  Service Assurance - QuantiQa  Performance Management – IndiQa  Regulators QoS Solution – QAsaR  Cell Radio Optimization – QuadriQa  Prediction Solution - PredictiQa  Covers entire network lifecycle  Technologies  Subscribers  Devices  Services  Usage Slide 3 © CommProve – Confidential Better insight, better results SQM + CEM (NOC/SOC Team) Incident Management / 1st Level Problem Management 2nd/3rd Level Geo Location Business Intelligence Big Data Analytics & Prediction Actionable Information Business Assurance Drive Test Handset Test Test Apps Active Testing Performance Management Probe/Trace Port Monitoring Fault/Conf. 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Product portfolio Trace Ports 2G 3G 4G DPI VoIP CSFB VoLTE IMS Payload Voice Payload Data PredictiQa Better insight, better results CommProve journey into QoS monitoring Slide 5 © CommProve - Confidential  CommProve has been active in the network monitoring space for almost 20 years  We started with a PM-based solution, complemented almost immediately by a probing platform (initially on radio interfaces)  Over time, we realized that evaluation of QoS and QoE can only be possible through the evaluation of different aspects that complement each other  Moreover, with the evolution of users’ behaviors and technology, the monitoring approach has to evolve as well Better insight, better results Monitoring evolution Performance management, Drive testing Big Data, Passive probing OTT, DPI Crowdsourcing, Realtime E2E CEM Advanced and predictive analytics, AI Slide 6 © CommProve - Confidential Better insight, better results QoS/QoE pieces Slide 7 © CommProve - Confidential Performance Management CRM Crowdsourcing Passive probing Better insight, better results Performance Management  Performance Management is an historical source of information for MNOs and NRAs alike  Very focused on network performance  Extracting valuable information on the users experience can be hard (or not feasible)  Remains nevertheless a very effective way to derive essential information (e.g. availability of a cell) difficult to obtain otherwise  For NRAs applications, it is possible to scale the amount of data used and go for a server-less approach Slide 8 © CommProve - Confidential Better insight, better results Crowdsourcing  Crowdsourcing is an interesting source of information:  (Relatively) cheap  Based on QoE  Independent (don’t need to rely on vendors or MNOs)  Can be easily cloudified  Still:  Often not real-time  Due to its very nature, data obtained can be biased  Quality of data and their capability of representing reality strongly depends by the amount of data processed  Best approach is to have multiple sources of information from multiple apps Slide 9 © CommProve - Confidential Better insight, better results Passive probing  Passive probing provides a powerful way to know what is really going on in the network:  Completely vendor agnostic  Can provide a 24/7/365 view of what is going on for every user in the network (provided the related interfaces are monitored)  Can be used to monitor:  Voice, data, sms, mobility services  Utilization of data, OTT and hi-end applications  User-based performance and QoE  All of the above, for all customers in a seamless way  Cloudification can be easily achieved through mediation layers (i.e. selective export of data) Slide 10 © CommProve - Confidential Better insight, better results Key Trends  Deployment of Converged billing solution .  Replacement of legacy IT systems by deploying a real- time OSS/BSS solutions .  Focus on network performance, quality of service and deployment of on-line monitoring tools .  Accelerating NFV Roll-Out .  Big data: data cleaning , optimization and integration initiatives .  Digital transformation: moving towards digitalization of all sales channels and touch points . 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Slide 13 © CommProve - Confidential Better insight, better results Digital Transformation Slide 14 © CommProve - Confidential Better insight, better results Digital transformation curve Slide 15 © CommProve - Confidential Better insight, better results Scalability and flexibility for NRAs Slide 16 © CommProve - Confidential Source: Analysis Mason Better insight, better results Holistic approach to QoS/QoE  As the complexity of the interactions between users and the applications / services increase, the need for a wider interpretation of the QoE concept arise Slide 17 © CommProve - Confidential  Taking into account limited set of attributes will soon not be enough and a more comprehensive / holistic approach will be required Better insight, better results Digital transformation and holistic approach Slide 18 © CommProve - Confidential Digital transformation Multiple touch-points Machine-based interactions (IoT, M2M) Better insight, better results Scalable QoS/QoE and cloud  The capability of having a scalable architecture capable of acquiring data from multiple different sources can enable NRAs to «make the leap» and implement monitoring solutions as much independent as possible from the MNOs  At the same time, the possibility of using data from probing allows to have the full picture  Scalability on probing allows monitoring of selected services Slide 19 © CommProve - Confidential Better insight, better results Thank you Slide 20 © CommProve - Confidential
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Score: 681080.37 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...qos/201803/Documents/CommP.pdf
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InDICaTORS fOR enD-PRODuCTS anD OuTCOmeS fOR bl11, COmmunITy-baSeD InTeRvenTIOnS empoweRing Communities foR BetteR HeAltH Bl11 11TDR BL11 • 2008 Report 2. (...) Key STaKeHOlDeRS, ROleS anD ReSPOnSIbIlITIeS empoweRing Communities foR BetteR HeAltH Bl11 13TDR BL11 • 2008 Report 3.1. Plan, progress and key milestones Key highlights The first Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) meeting was held in May 2008 The SAC made a thorough review of the base document for BL11 and refashioned the specific objectives. (...) Develop and test alternative community-based intervention strategies targeting the underserved population End-product: Evidence-based alternative delivery methods, including community-based interventions in urban areas and community-based interventions in post-conflict areas, nomadic and transitory populations.
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Score: 679617.97 - https://www.who.int/tdr/public...ts/bl11-annual-report-2008.pdf
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This pillar seeks transformation in the agri-food system for Better Production, Better Nutrition, and Better Life of FAO’s Strategic Framework 2022-2031. (...) This pillar seeks transformation in the agri-food system for Better Production, Better Nutrition, and Better Life of FAO’s Strategic Framework 2022-2031. (...) This pillar seeks transformation in the agri-food system for Better Production, Better Life, and Better Environment of FAO’s Strategic Framework 2022-2031.
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Score: 679425.6 - https://www.fao.org/bangladesh/programmes-and-projects/en/
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Sustainable forest-based industries English FAO Home Forestry Advisory Committee on Sustainable Forest-based Industries Activities Sustainable forest-based industries send by email Past news Challenges and opportunities for the forest sector’s engagement in ecosystem restoration ©Suzano – Ricardo Teles (Brazil) Research shows that some two billion hectares of world’s deforested and degraded landscapes offer potential for restoration. (...) Fostering sustainable wood use in the building sector for greener cities: Lessons-learned from wood encouragement policies ©Stéphane Groleau For building back better after the Covid19 pandemic, wood based solutions offer a green construction material. (...) The Advisory Committee on Sustainable Forest-based Industries identifies ways to Build Back Better Together and Informed ©ITTO/R.Carrillo Rome, from 22-25 June 2020 – the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) hosted the COVID-19 Forestry Webinar Week (see http://www.fao.org/about/meetings/cofo/covid-19-forestry-webinar-week/en/ ).
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Score: 674799.3 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/industries/98003/en/
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SISO sys‑ chemical sensors tem. ii) Useful for applications like structural high speed health monitoring in smart cities. [177] i) Transmitter ‑ Peristaltic pump using acid to transmit bit‑ Training‑based detectors are suitable if channel 0 and base to transmit bit‑1 model is not known. ii) Channel ‑ Water in a silicon tube iii) Receiver‑ RNN‑based detection [179] i) Transmitter ‑ Alcohol spray Better target (transmitter) detection by the receiver ii) Channel ‑ Air using bio‑inspired algorithm than the random walk iii) Mobile receiver ‑ Metal oxide sensor mounted on a ve‑ process. hicle [186] i) Implantable glucose sensor is proposed i) Deep learning‑based detection performs better ii) InGaZnO‑based EGFET is used as the sensor material than conventional threshold based detectors in un‑ + iii)DetectionofH ionsgeneratedbythereactionofglucose known and noisy channels. using RNN ii) EGFETs have better ield‑effect mobility and a large on‑off ratio than Si‑NW. [187] i) Transmitter ‑ Alcohol spray i) Channel coding for better ISI mitigation. ii) Channel ‑ Air ii) Adaptive threshold for decoding of the code‑word. iii) Receiver‑ Alcohol sensor [189] i) Transmitter ‑ Peristaltic pump using acid to transmit bit‑ Better BER performance than SBRNN. 0 and base to transmit bit‑1 ii) Channel ‑ Water in a silicon tube iii) Receiver‑ Cooperative RNN‑based detection 5.2.2 Transduction unit structures but graphene is a two dimensional material that can provide large spatial coverage leading to an in‑ In bio‑FET, the channel between drain and source elec‑ crease in the number of receptors that can be functional‑ trodes is the transduction unit for generating an electri‑ ized on its surface. cal signal based on the molecular signal at the receptors. (...) The SWCNT for Acetylcholine (Ach) receptor has been After the transduction unit, the processing of the gener‑ discussed in [193] to detect Ach. Si‑NW‑based ated electrical signal is required for the detection of infor‑ transduction unit for re‑ ceptor protein in prostate mation. (...) The device with limited computational capability, simple and graphene‑based transducer channel for a glucose oxidase less‑complex detectors such as derivative‑based detec‑ receptor in a glucose sensing device has been discussed tion [61], asynchronous detection [50] are more suitable. in [195].
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Score: 674799.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...3/files/basic-html/page78.html
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The initial set-up phase (2021-2023) of the Global Centre is supported by a USD 4.6 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The Global Centre, based in the ILO’s Social Finance Programme, will promote the transition to digital wage payments through research and evidence-based advocacy. (...) Craig Churchill , head of the ILO’s Social Finance Programme : “ The Global Centre will engage with government and regulatory bodies, employers’ and workers’ organizations, financial service providers, technical experts and like-minded organizations at national and international levels to raise the profile of digital wage payments and promote the adoption of good practices and standards to accelerate the transition. ” One of the vital international partners for the Global Centre is the UN-based Better than Cash Alliance . Dr. Ruth Goodwin-Groen , the Managing Director of the Alliance: “ Responsible digital payments to employees have the potential to build a better future of work, especially for women, and even more so during this pandemic. (...) In this context, we engage with banks, microfinance institutions, credit unions, insurers, investors and others to test new financial products, approaches and processes. The Better Than Cash Alliance is a United Nations-based partnership of governments, companies and international organizations that accelerates the transition from cash to digital payments to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
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Score: 671981.35 - https://www.ilo.org/empent/are...WCMS_764642/lang--en/index.htm
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