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For one (1) year with an option to be extended for additional two (2) years one year at a time. 2.0 • UNAMI is looking to establish a contract with a highly qualified and experienced agent(s) of the Toyota Motor Company, that can provide Maintenance, Repair and Recovery Services to UNAMI (Armoured and Soft-Skin Toyota Vehicle Fleet) in accordance with the equipment manufacturers’ procedures, standards, and specifications, including the supply of Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) spare parts, lubricants, and associated items to carry out the services and/or to supply the spare parts only 3.0 Vendor Must be an Authorised dealer 4.0 Vendor Workshops must be Certified by Toyota in All locations (Baghdad, Erbil, Kirkuk, Mosul, Dohuk and Basra, Iraq). (...) -b) The proposer shall submit proof of Toyota authorized dealer and business License Registration for Iraq. (...) OSCM/REOI v2021-01 [EN] Note 2: Proof documents must be submitted as part of the company technical proposal upon receipt of the UNAMI tender documents (Request for Proposal) and submit your proposal. 10.0 PRE-QUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE: 10.1 Company Name: _________________________________________ 10.2 Company UNGM Number: __________________________________ 10.3 Company’s Authorized Representative(s) (Name/Title): ________________________________ 10.4 Year Established: _____________________________________________________________ 10.5 Experience in similar filed (No. of Years): _________________________ 10.6 Dose Your Compay have Toyota authorized dealer or Workshop in one or more of the requiered locations (Baghdad, Erbil, Kirkuk, Mosul, Dohuk and Basra, Iraq).
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Score: 985971.1 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...pts.ptd/files/pdf/eoi19838.pdf
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A joint $48 million cash injection by private investors from Rwanda, Switzerland and the United Arab Emirates is revving up the beef industry, which in 2018 also benefitted from a $130 million investment partnership deal between Zimbabwe’s state-owned beef processing firm, the CSC, formerly the Cold Storage Commission, which is Zimbabwe’s foremost beef processing agency, and the UK-based company Boustead Beef, an international beef processing company. (...) Another problem is that corrupt beef dealers buy up bulls from rural farmers at ridiculously low prices and make huge profits selling to the CSC.
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Score: 661118.9 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...f-industry-stampedes-back-life
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Sibanda said, adding that there can be no better way to restore dignity than through an AfCFTA that is not into monopolizing trade but showcase to the World Trade Organization that Africa can negotiate deals to its advantage as a block. Agriculture needs money to grow Dedicated investment in improved inputs, irrigation, storage and basic infrastructure will drive agricultural growth in Africa, McKinsey & Company notes, calling for an improvement in the continent’s overall competitiveness, not just crop yields. (...) The private sector must tap into Africa’s agricultural potential by solving food supply challenges through facilitating flexible payment terms for agro-dealers to improve input purchases. McKinsey recommends the development of partnerships to mitigate the risk of default. For example, the African Fertilizer and Agribusiness Partnership (AFAP) has provided a first-loss guarantee to fertilizer suppliers to extend payment terms to agro-dealers in Tanzania, contributing to an approximately 35 per cent increase in fertilizer sales.
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Score: 908090.2 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...holder-farmers-leverage-afcfta
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From Met service) • Provinces • District(district extension officers) • Farmers (Probabilistic) • NCOFs- feedback, however challenges in understanding decision context at the various levels remain a challenge Recommendations • Capacity building on actor needs required • Actor mapping needed: Most actors including agro-dealers are not involved • Information should be tailored to meet the actor needs and should be communicated in understandable language/channel (radio mostly preferred) • Provide access to information (toll free numbers where farmers access climate information) • To meet actor needs, provide advisories for probable scenarios and involve them • Sustainability of user-producer engagements still a challenge: Based on projects.
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Score: 1004516.2 - https://www.uneca.org/sites/de...iles/ACPC/CR4D/Group%20One.pdf
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This is an area where significant challenges prevail, with countless children coerced into working in plantations or fishing in the deep sea; engaged in hazardous activities; sold into marriage, victims of trafficking and sexual exploitation; or recruited by criminal gangs or drug dealers. All these situations compromise the protection of children’s rights. 14. (...) Girls constitute a particularly vulnerable group, and their offending is often closely related to various forms of discrimination and deprivation: girls living in poverty may be easy targets and manipulated by criminal networks for sexual exploitation and drug dealing. Girls are also at risk of being arrested for prostitution or rounded up on the assumption that they are sex workers. 82. (...) Professionals and community facilitators dealing with children involved with the justice system must also receive adequate and continuous training and capacity-building. 4.
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Score: 195207.03 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...5/Documents/A-HRC-25-47_en.doc
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The mercenary business is lucrative for both recruiters and pur- veyors of manpower, including arms dealers, all of whom benefit from the perpetuation of conflict. (...) The 1996 draft Code, which is the current version at the time of writing, does not address the issue of mercenaries as such. However, article 16 deals with the crime of aggression, but only insofar as it con- cerns individual criminal responsibility. (...) The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the question of mercenaries has repeatedly encouraged States to adopt legislation dealing specifically with mercenary activities,26 but although there has been no shortage of condemnatory statements in international forums, few States have acted on the recommendation. 26 See, for example, United Nations document E/CN.4/1999/11 of 13 January 1999, paras. 94 and 95; United Nations document A/54/326 of 7 September 1999, paras. 87 and 88; and United Nations document E/CN.4/2000/14 of 21 December 1999, paras. 86 and 87. 22 In most jurisdictions, perpetrators could be prosecuted under leg- islation penalizing ordinary offences such as assault, murder, criminal damage, misuse of firearms or terrorism.
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Score: 174688.87 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...Publications/FactSheet28en.pdf
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Vendors List of UN Secretariat Registered Vendors (Level 1 and 2) as of 01 June 2022** ** Information presented herein is for informative purposes only and provided on an 'as is' basis without
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Score: 40271.68 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...iat%20Registered_01June22.xlsx
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ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT: ACCESS TO INPUTS 13 5.1 Land access and farm size 13 5.2 Access to irrigation and inputs 16 5.3 Access to labour 19 5.4 Technical, financial and marketing support 19 5.5. Dealing with free riding 20 TABLE OF CONTENTS 6. ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT: OUTPUT, NET RETURNS AND OTHER GAINS 22 6.1 Land use and cropping patterns 22 6.2 Yields and productivity 23 6.3 Net returns 26 6.4 Perceived income gain 28 6.5 Ability enhancement 28 6.6 Other economic gains 30 7. (...) There is substantial evidence, for instance, that women’s eco- nomic empowerment increases both the respect that they receive from spouses and the bargaining power they command within families and communities, if they are seen as contributing visibly and directly to family livelihoods.7 In addition, group farming would familiarize them with a wider range of institutions – banks, agricultural officials, agricultural extension agencies, cooperatives, input providers, dealers in markets, and so on – than they are likely to encoun- ter simply as members of a group engaged in social change. (...) On the one hand, if groups are very small (some JLGs have only three to four members) they can face labour shortages and spend a great deal on hiring labour. On the other hand, the very large size of most SDGs is not conducive for either economic viability or effective cooperation (as also pointed out by an interim evaluation of the project in 200427), notwith- standing their experience of working in sanghas before forming SDGs.
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Score: 100640.72 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...ing-empower-rural-women-en.pdf
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Aijia Community Project provides standard AIOT product solutions that connect communities and homes, and is committed to achieving "0" obstacles in pedestrians, "0" queuing in car dealers, and "0" service for going out, including not limited to smart access control, non-inductive access, and non-contact intelligence.
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Score: 777030.4 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/...DetailsPopup/16416262328942126
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[Closed]Urban Disaster Prepared Project (ECHO III) | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Nepal 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 Nepal Projects [Closed]Urban Disaster Prepared Project (ECHO III) [Closed]Urban Disaster Prepared Project (ECHO III) Urban Disaster Preparedness Project (ECHO III) Status Closed   Duration:  June 2019 - October 2021   Focus area: Urban Disaster Preparedness and Response   Source of Funding: EU Humanitarian Aid   Implementing Entity: UNDP     Collaborating Partners: National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Authority (NDRRMA), Ministry of Federal Affairs and General Administration (MoFAGA), Lalitpur Metropolitan City, Bharatpur Metropolitan City, Bhimeshwor Municipality, Project Wards, Private Hospital Association, Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Petroleum Dealers Association, Electricians & Hardware Shops, Construction Workers, LP Gas Depots, Private/Community Schools among others     Budget for total project period: US$ 1.34 million     Summary With support from European Union Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations Office (EU Humanitarian Aid), UNDP is implementing this project in partnership with three municipal governments across Nepal working together to create a common understanding on urban disaster risks and supporting in addressing multi-hazard risks and to respond to potential humanitarian emergencies.
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Score: 800419.5 - https://www.undp.org/nepal/pro...ster-prepared-project-echo-iii
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