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Consuelo has worked diligently in the development of the major cell phone recycling campaign launched in Latin America, working on sustainable solutions with mayor electronic and cell phone manufactures and cell phone operators.​
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Score: 1361094.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...2/Pages/VELARDE-Consuelo-.aspx
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Box 40832, Dar  es Salaam  cngatigwa@mnrt.go.tz   Cell phone:+255719544538  3. Mr. Aristides Kashula  Programme Forester  Jane Goodall  Institute, Kigoma  Tanzania  P.O Box 1182,  Kigoma  akashula@janegoodall.or.tz   Cell phone:+255753092561                     +255787443172  4. (...) Simon Mosha  Coastal Forest Project Manager  Tanzania Forest  Conservation Group  Tanzania  P.O Box 23410, Dar  es Salaam  smosha@tfcg.or.tz   Cell phone:+255786210008  5. Mr. Alfan Al Rija  Lecturer  Sokoine University  of Agriculture  Tanzania  P.O Box 3073,  Morogoro  Alrija10@gmail.com   Cell phone:0787335352  6. (...) Box 108,  Mafinga, Iringa  hamisi.malinga@greenresources.no   maliprosper@yahoo.com   Cell phone:+255754865777  Office phone:+255655865777  7.
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Score: 1359074.4 - https://www.fao.org/3/cb6610en/cb6610en.pdf
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Box 40832, Dar  es Salaam  cngatigwa@mnrt.go.tz   Cell phone:+255719544538  3. Mr. Aristides Kashula  Programme Forester  Jane Goodall  Institute, Kigoma  Tanzania  P.O Box 1182,  Kigoma  akashula@janegoodall.or.tz   Cell phone:+255753092561                     +255787443172  4. (...) Simon Mosha  Coastal Forest Project Manager  Tanzania Forest  Conservation Group  Tanzania  P.O Box 23410, Dar  es Salaam  smosha@tfcg.or.tz   Cell phone:+255786210008  5. Mr. Alfan Al Rija  Lecturer  Sokoine University  of Agriculture  Tanzania  P.O Box 3073,  Morogoro  Alrija10@gmail.com   Cell phone:0787335352  6. (...) Box 108,  Mafinga, Iringa  hamisi.malinga@greenresources.no   maliprosper@yahoo.com   Cell phone:+255754865777  Office phone:+255655865777  7.
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Score: 1359074.4 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/3...2c8335080cefae66226505b37c.pdf
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Score: 1352836.9 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...r_revform_as_of_aug_2012_0.doc
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This is a lot of useful information, but it pertains to people who have cell phones and use them. Such data cannot say anything about people without cell phones, or those with phones who never use them. (...) By adding a detailed ‘cell phone module’ to ongoing HDSS data collection it will be possible to understand cell phone ownership and usage in detail in addition to all of the other detailed information describing the HDSS study populations. Then by combining all of this with cell phone call metadata that includes the cell phones used by the HDSS study population, it will be possible to characterize and understand the biases and omissions inherent in the cell phone call metadata, and that understanding can be used to de-bias, calibrate and adjust indicator values produced using cell phone call metadata that describe very large populations that are similar to the HDSS study population. 5 Although we have used cell phone call metadata as an example, this general approach should work for any type of big data, social network data, satellite imagery, etc.
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Score: 1352720.6 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...tNotes/Samuel%20J.%20Clark.pdf
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This initiative, implemented through a programme called "Recycle your mobile or cell phone and communicate with the Earth", began as a public-private initiative with manufacturers and telecommunication industry operators. The project aimed to collect, manage and treat waste from discarded phones, cell phones, accessories, batteries, boards, network equipment and other mobile operator equipment. (...) The company in charge of the programme, Belmont Trading, responsibly managed more than 185 tonnes of e-waste between 2007 and 2014, including cell phones, accessories and batteries. The management process is controlled and developed through quality processes keeping in mind environment and occupational health.
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Score: 1345082.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...t/files/basic-html/page42.html
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This initiative, implemented through a programme called "Recycle your mobile or cell phone and communicate with the Earth", began as a public-private initiative with manufacturers and telecommunication industry operators. The project aimed to collect, manage and treat waste from discarded phones, cell phones, accessories, batteries, boards, network equipment and other mobile operator equipment. (...) The company in charge of the programme, Belmont Trading, responsibly managed more than 185 tonnes of e-waste between 2007 and 2014, including cell phones, accessories and batteries. The management process is controlled and developed through quality processes keeping in mind environment and occupational health.
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Score: 1345082.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...t/files/basic-html/page42.html
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C-19 Smart Phone Apps: Developing Countries Jon Crowcroft, http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~jac22 http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~jac22 Do no harm… Mobile Health Net Apps & Covid-19 1. (...) Coverage highly variable B. Phone sharing culture C. feature phone far more common than smart phones D. (...) Symptom reporting/advice • Can work via SMS • Still needs multi-lingual support • is potentially very useful in mapping outbreaks • e.g. https://covid.joinzoe.com/ https://covid.joinzoe.com/ 2. test&contact tracing • tracing is useless without testing. • testing is very low in developing region • £3 per test at moment is too costly • plus capital cost of kit • contact tracing app also fairly low utility if no coverage or phones shared. • Provider-centric (cell tower) tracker Bad Idea • SMS for manual contact trace notify ok. 3 Immunity passporting ■ Forget it. ■ No vaccine.
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Score: 1341096.9 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../07/26/D07260000020001PDFE.pdf
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Number of cell phone subscribers to hit 4 billion this year, UN says | | 1UN News Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Language العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Português Kiswahili Other Hindi हिंदी Urdu Global UN News Global perspective Human stories Search Search Advanced Search Main navigation Home Africa Americas Asia Pacific Middle East Europe UN Art and Gifts History Corner Topics Peace and Security Economic Development Humanitarian Aid Climate and Environment Human Rights UN Affairs Women Law and Crime Prevention Health Culture and Education SDGs Migrants and Refugees In depth Interviews Features Photo Stories News in Brief The Lid is On UN Gender Focus UN and Africa UN Podcasts Secretary-General Spokesperson All Statements Selected Speeches Press Encounters Official Travels Media UN Video UN Photo Meeting Coverage Media Accreditation Webtv Audio and Subscription Audio Hub Subscribe Number of cell phone subscribers to hit 4 billion this year, UN says Facebook Twitter Print Email Number of cell phone subscribers to hit 4 billion this year, UN says 25 September 2008 The number of mobile cellular subscribers worldwide will reach the 4 billion mark by the end of 2008, the head of the United Nations International Telecommunications Union (ITU) announced today. (...) A 61 per cent penetration rate does not mean in reality that every other person in the world is using a mobile phone; rather, the statistics reflect the number of subscriptions, not people. Double counting could occur if people have multiple cellular subscriptions, while some could be sharing their phone with others. The agency also cautioned that penetration rates vary by region and even within countries.
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Score: 1338438.1 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2008/09/274862
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Results: – Average of 198kWh of power per week (10kWh greater than necessary). – Return on investment period of three years. – MTC could save • roughly 4,580kg CO2 annually versus grid electricity. • an additional 649.25kgs CO2 annually by removing backup Diesel Generators. © GSM Association 2008 Mobile Phone Lifecycle © GSM Association 2008 GSMA Report - Mobile Phone Lifecycles About 900 million mobile phones sold in 2006. – 50-80% as replacement phones. – About 10% of new customers rely on a ‘used’ phone. (...) GSMA contributing to UNEP Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative to develop guidelines for environmentally sound management. http://www.gsmworld.com/health/wireless/lifecycle.shtml © GSM Association 2008 Environmental Impact of Charger Incompatibility Gartner estimates 1.2 billion mobile phones will be sold in 2008. – Between 50% and 80% are replacement phones. • 50,000 to 82,000 tonnes of replacement chargers each year. (...) Need a more systematic analysis for the wireless sector. http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/worksem/climatechange/index.html © GSM Association 2008 Thank You Contact : Dr Jack Rowley Job title : Director Research & Sustainability email address : jrowley@gsm.org Website: www.gsmworld.com/health Contact : Dawn Haig-Thomas Job title : Director, GSMA Development Fund email address : dhaigthomas@gsm.org Website: www.gsmworld.com/developmentfund mailto:jrowley@gsm.org http://www.gsmworld.com/health mailto:dhaigthomas@gsm.org http://www.gsmworld.com/developmentfund Mobile Communications – Environmental Impacts Mobile Communications – Environmental Impacts Frequency Allocations Effect Cell Size Energy Use During Operations Alternative Power Opportunity Case Study – MTC, Namibia Mobile Phone Lifecycle GSMA Report - Mobile Phone Lifecycles Environmental Impact of Charger Incompatibility Environmental Benefits of Telecommunications Conclusions Thank You
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Score: 1334284 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/0F/T060F0000090013PDFE.pdf
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