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RR-2020-00013-Vol.III-EA5.pdf RES40-1 RESOLUTION 40 (REV.WRC-19) Use of one space station to bring frequency assignments to geostationary- satellite networks at different orbital locations into use within a short period of time The World Radiocommunication Conference (Sharm el-Sheikh, 2019), that the use of the same space station to bring frequency assignments to geostationary- satellite (GSO) networks located at different orbital locations into use within a short period of time could lead to inefficient use of spectrum/orbit resources; that there are legitimate reasons why a notifying administration may need to move a space station from one orbital position to a new orbital position, and this should not be constrained, that WRC-12 recognized that the issue of using one space station to bring frequency assignments at different orbital locations into use within a short period of time was not the intent for its adoption of Nos. 11.44, 11.44.1, 11.44B and 11.49; that, with respect to cases where an administration brings into use frequency assignments at a given orbital location using an already in-orbit satellite, and pending completion of ITU Radiocommunication Sector studies, WRC-12 requested the Radiocommunication Bureau (BR) to make an enquiry to that administration as to the last previous orbital location/frequency assignments brought into use with that satellite and make such information available; that the procedures of Article 14 are available to administrations in cases where information required under below may not be available to the notifying administration, that administrations may bring into use or bring back into use a frequency assignment to a GSO network using one of its own space stations or a space station under the responsibility of another administration; that the absence of a GSO space station capable of transmitting and receiving the frequency assignments at a notified orbital position, due to the relocation of an in-orbit satellite to a new orbital position, can lead to either the suspension or the cancellation of those frequency assignments in some cases, - 57 - RES40-2 1 that, when informing BR of the bringing into use, or bringing back into use after suspension, of a frequency assignment to a space station in a GSO network, the notifying administration shall indicate to BR whether or not this action has been accomplished with a space station that has previously been used to bring into use, or resume the use of, frequency assignments at a different orbital location within the three years prior to the date of submission of this information; 2 that, in cases where a notifying administration informs BR, pursuant to 1 above, that it has brought into use, or resumed the use after suspension of, a frequency assignment to a space station in a GSO network with a space station that has previously been used to bring into use, or resume the use of, frequency assignments at a different orbital location within three years prior to the date of submission of this information, the notifying administration shall also indicate, for that same three-year period: i) the last orbital location where the space station was used to bring into use, or resume the use of, frequency assignments; ii) the satellite network(s) with which the frequency assignments in 2i) above were associated; iii) the date on which the space station was no longer maintained at the orbital location in 2i) above; 3 that, if the information is not provided by the notifying administration under 1 and 2 above, as appropriate, BR shall consult the notifying administration requesting the missing information; 4 that, if the notifying administration fails to provide the missing information within 30 days from BRs request under 3 above, BR shall immediately send a reminder requesting the missing information; 5 that, from 1 January 2018, if the notifying administration fails to provide the missing information within 15 days after BRs reminder under 4 above, BR shall consider that the frequency assignments to the GSO network have not been brought into use, or brought back into use, and shall so inform the notifying administration, to make available the information provided in 1 and 2 on the ITU website1 within 30 days of its receipt. _______________ 1 https://www.itu.int/net/ITU-R/space/snl/sat_relocation/index.asp. - 58 -
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Bringing Hope | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Latin America and the Caribbean Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Home Latin America and the Caribbean Stories Bringing Hope Bringing Hope Posted January 27, 2022 Bringing Hope by Programa de Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo - PNUD on on Exposure Filters Search UNDP only Hide Filters Search Group Latin America and the Caribbean Global Media group Latin America and the Caribbean Global Popular Search indigenous lane jamaica colombia the media United Nations Development Programme Who we are About us Our team Regional Hub Director's Corner Country Programmes Funding and delivery What we do Our Focus Sustainable Development Goals Our impact News Centre Publications Blogs Stories Director's Graph For Thought Media contacts In the media Get involved Contact us Careers Procurement Report Fraud, Abuse, Misconduct Submit social or environmental complaint Scam Alert Terms of Use © 2022 United Nations Development Programme
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For the regular budget, Mauritius, the Republic of Moldova and Slovenia have paid in full, bringing the total number of Member States having paid in full for the regular budget to 91. For peacekeeping operations, Brunei Darussalam, Djibouti and Japan have paid in full all due peacekeeping assessments, which brings the total number of Member States having paid in full for peacekeeping operations to 51. (...) For the International Tribunals, Djibouti and Slovenia have paid in full, bringing the total number of Member States who paid in full for this category to 73.
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For the regular budget, Barbados, Chile, Republic of Moldova, San Marino and Vanuatu have paid in full, bringing the total nu ber of Member States having paid in full for the regular budget to 96. For peacekeeping operations, Cuba, Ireland, Malawi and Rwanda have paid in full all due peacekeeping assessments, which brings the total number of Member States having paid in full for peacekeeping operations to 51. For the Inte ational Tribunals, Burundi, Malawi, Rwanda, Thailand, United Kingdom and Vanuatu have paid in full, bringing the total number of Member States who paid in full for this category to 73.
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Coordination and Notification Overview of Coordination and Notification Procedures (Non-Planned Space Services) by Mitsuhiro Sakamoto (SSC/SSD/BR) Contents Essence of coordination approach Two stage procedure AN or CN Examination of Coordination Request Publication of CR/C, CR/D and CR/E Earth station coordination procedure Notification - Recording in MIFR Resolution 49 BR Actions at the end Regulatory Time Limit WRC-19 Results relating to Space Services One of the Main Purpose of RR is - - First Come First Served (subject to some restrictions) and Obligatory Negotiations Elements of Coordination Approach Publish (inform) a planned use of satellite network (earth station) Fulfil requirements mentioned in the RR Negotiate with concerned administrations and get agreements Record the coordinated assignments in the MIFR (Master International Frequency Register) to be taken into account by other administrations Elements of Coordination Approach Three main variants for Coordination Approach Procedure for Satellite networks Not subject to Section II of Art 9 Coordination Procedure (some NGSO) Procedure for Satellite networks Subject to Section II of Art 9 Coordination Procedure Further two variants depending on methods of identification of coordination requirements Procedure for Earth Stations Coordination Approach (AN) Satellite networks Not subject to Coordination Procedure Advanced Publication Information Recording in Master Register (international recognition ) No exam on the result of coordination (Bringing into use) Notification Start the clock (7 years to bring into use) Inform all administrations of a planned satellite network/system (Non-GSO) and its general description No priority, No examination A N information on satellite networks and satellite Inform all administrations of planned satellite network /system (Non-GSO) and its general description (API/A publication) Start of regulatory time limit to be recorded in the MIFR and brought into use (API/A) No priority, No examination and no identification of coordination requirement by the Bureau in API/A Followed by API/B (Comments by other administrations) Examination w.r.t. conformity with RR but not on the result of coordination by the Bureau 7-year regulatory period for notification and bringing into use Coordination Approach (CN) Satellite networks Subject to Coordination Procedure Advanced Publication Information Recording in Master Register (international recognition ) Exam on the result of coordination (Bringing into use) Notification Inform all administrations of planned satellite network (GSO & Non-GSO) and detail description Obligatory negotiation (Goal: interference -free operation) Coordination Start the clock (7 years to bring into use) C N
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Powering Health: WHO Brings Solar Energy to the Health Sector in Gaza – WHO Article - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home About The Committee on Palestinian Rights Division for Palestinian Rights Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Working Group Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme UNISPAL About UNISPAL Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Powering Health: WHO Brings Solar Energy to the Health Sector in Gaza – WHO Article Home / Powering Health: WHO Brings Solar Energy to the Health Sector in Gaza – WHO Article Powering Health: WHO Brings Solar Energy to the Health Sector in Gaza – WHO Article Download Document Files: [get_file_name file_url=”https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/WHOARTICLE_170619.pdf“] Document Type: Article Document Sources: World Health Organization (WHO) Subject: Assistance , Environmental issues , Gaza Strip , Health Publication Date: 17/06/2019 URL source: http://www.emro.who.int/palestine-press-releases/2019/powering-health-who-brings-solar-energy-to-the-health-sector-in-gaza.html Christopher Heaney 2019-06-19T10:49:46-04:00 Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!
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Bring Back Our Girls – Office of the Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations English Français Español Search for: Home Envoy on Youth Envoy’s Workplan Youth 2030 Stories Climate Action Humanitarian Action Youth4Peace Young Leaders About the Young Leaders for the SDGs 2016 Class 2018 Class 2020 Class Become a Young Leader Contact Donate Now Bring Back Our Girls 23 Jul, 2014 100 Days Vigil, Bring Back Our Girls Gallery 100 Days Vigil, Bring Back Our Girls Tags: 100 Days , Bring Back Our Girls | Vigils are to be held around the world for Nigeria’s 200 kidnapped girls of Chibok on July 23 - exactly 100 days after their abduction from school.
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Canada’s action brings Marrakesh Treaty into force | United Nations Enable Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation English Department of Economic and Social Affairs Disability Search UN DESA Home About Us *COVID-19 CRPD COSP SDGs International Day Issues Resources Multimedia News Calendar Contact Us Home About Us *COVID-19 CRPD COSP SDGs International Day Issues Resources Multimedia News Calendar Contact Us Home Canada’s action brings Marrakesh Treaty into force Canada’s action brings Marrakesh Treaty into force 7 July 2016 Canada today became the key 20 th nation to accede to the Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works for Persons Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired or Otherwise Print Disabled , which will bring the Treaty into force in three month’s time on September 30, 2016. (...) “Today is an historic day for Canada, as we become the 20 th country to accede to the Marrakesh Treaty, which thus brings the Treaty into force. I am proud that our government is standing up for Canadians with disabilities and providing those with print disabilities more equitable access to alternative-format published materials,” said Canada’s Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities Carla Qualtrough. (...) Read more about Canada’s Accession to Marrakesh Treaty Brings Treaty into Force News by Year 2021 (8) 2020 (23) 2019 (15) 2018 (14) 2017 (25) 2016 (42) 2015 (8) Issues Accessibility Data and Statistics Inequality Mental Health and Development Poverty Natural Disasters Urban Development Women and Girls More Issues Resources General Assembly Economic and Social Council Commission for Social Development Inter-Agency Support Group for the CRPD Sustainable Development Goals International Day of Persons with Disabilities UN Voluntary Fund on Disability Quick links International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) Disability & the SDGs Disability & urban development Monitoring & Evaluation Disability-inclusive humanitarian action Toolkit on Disability for Africa ISSUES IN FOCUS News UN Enable Newsletter UNSDN News on Disability DESA News DSPD News ECOSOC News UN News Centre Social Media Facebook Twitter YouTube   United Nations Copyright Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Site Index Terms of Use
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African Commission on Agricultural Statistics - 26 04/11/2019 4-8 November 2019, Libreville, Gabon AFCAS brings together senior statistics officials from FAO member countries of the... (...) African Commission on Agricultural Statistics - 23 04/12/2013 4-7 December 2013, Morocco AFCAS brings together senior statistics officials from FAO member countries of the African continent, who... (...) African Commission on Agricultural Statistics - 21 28/10/2009 28 – 31 October 2009, Accra, Ghana AFCAS brings together senior statistics officials from FAO member countries of the African continent,...
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Bringing back jobs safely under the COVID-19 crisis in the Philippines Bringing back jobs safely under the COVID-19 crisis in the Philippines: Rebooting small and informal businesses safely and digitally: Fact sheet The Project goal is to contribute to improving the safety and health of workers in MSMEs in the non-metropolitan regions of the Philippines and mitigating the negative socioeconomic impact of the COVID-19 crisis. (...) Contact(s): Ms Tonilyn Lim, Chief Technical Adviser Download: Bringing back jobs safely under the COVID-19 crisis in the Philippines: Rebooting small and informal businesses safely and digitally: Fact sheet pdf - 0.1 MB As a major COVID-19 response support of the Government of Japan and ILO for the Philippines, the project intends to supplement the ongoing efforts of the Government of the Philippines and social partners in addressing the COVID-19 challenges and filling the gaps with ILO’s expertise in occupational safety and health (OSH) and MSME development. (...) Tags: enterprises, enterprise creation, enterprise development, microenterprises, small enterprises, partnerships, COVID-19, occupational safety and health, ILO Programme Regions and countries covered: Asia, Global, Philippines Tools A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Project Bringing Back Jobs Safely under the COVID-19 Crisis in the Philippines: Rebooting Small and Informal Businesses Safely and Digitally © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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