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Yusra kann schwimmen. Aber in dem kleinen Boot sind viel zu viele Menschen. Und es ist leck. (...) Als es kaum noch Hoffnung gibt, springen Yusra und ihre Schwester ins Wasser. Damit das Boot leichter wird. Damit sie das Boot stabilisieren können. (...) „Manche sagen, wir hätten das Boot gezogen. Ich hätte mir ein Seil um den Bauch gebunden und das Boot an Land geschleppt.“ Sie lächelt verlegen.
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Score: 1078956.25 - https://www.unhcr.org/dach/ch-...olympia-schwimmerin-wurde.html
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Ne’e inklui involvimentu komunidade no ajuda identifika risku kontaminasaun fo'er boot ba bee no fonte aihan sira, no nia impaktu kona-ba saúde labarik no membru komunitaria sira, no tentativa asaun sira lidera husi komunidade hodi hapara soe fo'er boot arbiru, ne’ebe uza sintina no reduz kontaminasaun lalais-liu. (...) Estudu no análize foin lalais ne’e hatudu ligasaun entre soe fo'er boot arbiru ho labarik ki’ik ra'es-badak, ne’ebe fó impaktu negativu ba dezenvolvimentu kognitivu no produtividade ekonomika iha futuru. (...) Konsiensia komunidade, eziji no propriedade krusial tebes atu husik soe fo'er boot arbiru ba uza sintina, no PAKSI ne’e globalmente koñesidu hanesan abordajen komprovada atu realiza.  
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Score: 1078816 - https://www.unicef.org/timorle...th-and-nutrition-mothers-and-0
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SELECTED SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY: MODEL SCHEMES OF SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES, MARCH 1969
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Score: 1073213.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=E/CN.14/LIB/SER.C/5&Lang=E
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INCLUSION OF ACETOCHLOR IN ANNEX III TO THE ROTTERDAM CONVENTION: ADDENDUM: DRAFT DECISION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT
For the formulation ‘GF-675’, the operator exposure is below the AOEL with the use of gloves and coverall during mixing/loading and application, and sturdy footwear during application. For the formulation ‘MON 69447’, the estimates with the German and UK models are above the AOEL but a bio-monitoring study measured exposures below the AOEL with the use of tractors and gloves during mixing/loading and coverall during application (EFSA, 2011; EU notification). (...) The protective equipment sold to farmers were essentially masks, boots and gloves. Masks are the most used (40% of farmers use them, 39% of which are dust masks against 1% are masks cartridge filters), followed by boots (28.8%), with the combination of the two are the least used used (4.5%). 12.62 % of farmers wear both masks and boots, while only 0.93% wears gloves, boots, overall, mask and glasses at the same time. Masks with filter cartridges are worn in combination with gloves, boots, coveralls and goggles in only 0.31% of cases.
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Score: 1072759.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...P/FAO/RC/COP.10/6/ADD.1&Lang=E
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DRAFT DECISION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT FOR ACETOCHLOR
For the formulation ‘GF-675’, the operator exposure is below the AOEL with the use of gloves and coverall during mixing/loading and application, and sturdy footwear during application. For the formulation ‘MON 69447’, the estimates with the German and UK models are above the AOEL but a bio-monitoring study measured exposures below the AOEL with the use of tractors and gloves during mixing/loading and coverall during ap
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Score: 1072759.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=UNEP/FAO/RC/CRC.14/3&Lang=E
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BRIEFING NOTE ON SUSTAINABLE TEXTILE VALUE CHAINS IN THE GAREMENT AND FOOTWEAR DOMAIN FOR SDG12
GE.19-04574(E)  Economic Commission for Europe Executive Committee Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business Twenty-fifth session Geneva, 8-9 April 2019 Item 11 of the provisional agenda Future challenges in trade facilitation and electronic business Briefing note on sustainable textile value chains in the garment and footwear domain for SDG12 Note by the Secretariat Summary The garment and footwear (GF) industry has one of the highest environmental footprint, and risks for human health and the society. (...) Traceability of the value chain in the garment and footwear sector Source: UNECE 2018 [In the left graph, other refers to Chemical Suppliers] 23. (...) Policy and legislation in support of transparency and traceability of value chains in the garment and footwear sector 30. “What are possible measures that public authorities (national/regional/international) could devise to support traceability and transparency of sustainable garment and footwear value chains?”
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Score: 1071293.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../TRADE/C/CEFACT/2019/26&Lang=E
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CALL TO ACTION FOR ENHANCING TRANSPARENCY AND TRACEABILITY OF SUSTAINABLE AND CIRCULAR VALUE CHAINS IN GARMENT AND FOOTWEAR
This “Call to Action” would invite all actors in the garment and footwear industry to take action for traceability and transparency to accelerate sustainability and circularity of value chain in this industry, in line with the United Nations 2030 Agenda. (...) Currently, in the garment and footwear industry, many companies have a limited view of the network of business partners within their value chain and do not have access to the full story behind their products and the way they have been manufactured. (...) Countries and organizations, both public and private, are invited to respond to this UNECE-UN/CEFACT Call to Action for Traceability, Transparency, Sustainability and Circularity7 in Garment and Footwear, by submitting their commitments to action using the annexed template. 7.
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Score: 1071084.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...E/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2020/6&Lang=E
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CALL TO ACTION FOR TRACEABILITY, TRANSPARENCY, SUSTAINABILITY AND CIRCULARITY OF VALUE CHAINS IN THE GARMENT AND FOOTWEAR SECTOR
Currently in the garment and footwear industry many companies have a limited view of the network of business partners within their value chain and do not have access to the full story behind their products and the way they have been manufactured. (...) Such deliverables have been developed as part of the UN/CEFACT project on traceability and transparency of sustainable value chains in the garment and footwear sector (ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2020/INF.16). 8. (...) On such basis, the secretariat will prepare reports, whose purpose it will be to inspire policymakers, garment and footwear makers and opinion makers through good practices and lessons learned. 12.
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Score: 1070796.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...E/C/CEFACT/2020/6/REV.1&Lang=E
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Continental coding boot camp kicks off the UN75 Decade of Action | United Nations Economic Commission for Africa Skip to main content Trending COVID-19 recovery - Building models for climate resilience and a green recovery UN Secretary-General's message on Africa Day 2022 Commerce and Industry Permanent Secretaries from Zambia and Zimbabwe with development partners push for implementation of the common agro industrial park Green, Social, and Sustainable bonds to serve Africa’s sustainable investment needs Vera Songwe wins African Banker Icon of the Year, as women steal the spotlight at the African Banker Awards Search form × English Français Toggle navigation Menu Home About Us Overview Commission Terms of Reference and Rules of Procedure Executive Secretary Former Executive Secretaries Opportunities Vacancies Fellowship Procurement Expression of Interest Internship Programmes Our Experts Blogs Our Work Data and statistics African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) Gender equality and the empowerment of women Macroeconomics and governance Poverty, Inequality and Social Policy Private sector development and finance Regional integration and trade Subregional activities for development Technology, climate change and natural resource management Strategic Directions Advocate Build Design Formulate Support Subregional Offices Central Africa Eastern Africa North Africa Southern Africa West Africa Knowledge Gateway Publications Africa UN Knowledge Hub for COVID-19 ECA Repository ASKIA Federated Search Engine ECA Research Guide Thematic Portals Data & Statistics Events Upcoming Events Main events Statutory Events Other Events Past Events Calendar of Conferences, Meetings and Events Media Centre Contacts You are here Home » Stories » Continental coding boot camp kicks off the UN75 Decade of Action Media Centre ECA COVID-19 Response Stories videos Pictures Newsfeeds Articles Newsfeeds Video and Radio Newsfeeds Blogs and Opinions Weekly Newsletter Archive Continental coding boot camp kicks off the UN75 Decade of Action 2 December, 2020 Share this: facebook twitter email print Addis Ababa, 2 December 2020 (ECA) - Approximately 2000 African Girls are participating in a continental coding bootcamp aimed at promoting the importance of ICTs as a tool for the empowerment of women. (...) Adam had stressed that it is “unacceptable that only 22.6% of African women had access to the internet, compared to 33.8% of men in 2019, stressing the obligation to bridge the gender digital gap by promoting women and girls’ access to digital channels and increasing the number of girls who participate in the fourth industrial revolution in support of Africa’s growth efforts.” The Continental boot camp runs from 30 November to 11 December 2020 and is jointly organized by the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) under the auspices of the United Nations 75th anniversary celebrations and the Decade of Action for achieving the SDGs.  
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Score: 1067487 - https://www.uneca.org/node/1536
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Continental coding boot camp kicks off the UN75 Decade of Action | United Nations Economic Commission for Africa Skip to main content Trending COVID-19 recovery - Building models for climate resilience and a green recovery UN Secretary-General's message on Africa Day 2022 Commerce and Industry Permanent Secretaries from Zambia and Zimbabwe with development partners push for implementation of the common agro industrial park Green, Social, and Sustainable bonds to serve Africa’s sustainable investment needs Vera Songwe wins African Banker Icon of the Year, as women steal the spotlight at the African Banker Awards Search form × English Français Toggle navigation Menu Home About Us Overview Commission Terms of Reference and Rules of Procedure Executive Secretary Former Executive Secretaries Opportunities Vacancies Fellowship Procurement Expression of Interest Internship Programmes Our Experts Blogs Our Work Data and statistics African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) Gender equality and the empowerment of women Macroeconomics and governance Poverty, Inequality and Social Policy Private sector development and finance Regional integration and trade Subregional activities for development Technology, climate change and natural resource management Strategic Directions Advocate Build Design Formulate Support Subregional Offices Central Africa Eastern Africa North Africa Southern Africa West Africa Knowledge Gateway Publications Africa UN Knowledge Hub for COVID-19 ECA Repository ASKIA Federated Search Engine ECA Research Guide Thematic Portals Data & Statistics Events Upcoming Events Main events Statutory Events Other Events Past Events Calendar of Conferences, Meetings and Events Media Centre Contacts You are here Home » Stories » Continental coding boot camp kicks off the UN75 Decade of Action Media Centre ECA COVID-19 Response Stories videos Pictures Newsfeeds Articles Newsfeeds Video and Radio Newsfeeds Blogs and Opinions Weekly Newsletter Archive Continental coding boot camp kicks off the UN75 Decade of Action 2 December, 2020 Share this: facebook twitter email print Addis Ababa, 2 December 2020 (ECA) - Approximately 2000 African Girls are participating in a continental coding bootcamp aimed at promoting the importance of ICTs as a tool for the empowerment of women. (...) Adam had stressed that it is “unacceptable that only 22.6% of African women had access to the internet, compared to 33.8% of men in 2019, stressing the obligation to bridge the gender digital gap by promoting women and girls’ access to digital channels and increasing the number of girls who participate in the fourth industrial revolution in support of Africa’s growth efforts.” The Continental boot camp runs from 30 November to 11 December 2020 and is jointly organized by the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) under the auspices of the United Nations 75th anniversary celebrations and the Decade of Action for achieving the SDGs.  
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Score: 1067487 - https://www.uneca.org/storys/c...-camp-kicks-un75-decade-action
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