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These bylaws will help preserve the diversity of high-quality food products in Serbia without sacrificing food safety and hygiene. They also send out a strong message on the economic benefits of diversifying and adding value to local fresh produce. More important, they give small operators a chance to compete on the market, both at home and abroad, while keeping local traditions and cultural heritage alive.
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Score: 1405949.7 - https://www.fao.org/support-to...ess-story-detail/en/c/1459518/
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At ECLAC, we have been closely monitoring the impact of the international financial and economic crisis on the region’s economies, and the measures adopted in response by Governments in various countries. We will have the chance to look at this further tomorrow. What I would like to emphasize today is that economic growth by itself, without appropriate 2 policies to ensure reasonable fairness in benefit distribution, and without social protection systems, contributes little to health equity. This is why we look forward to the debates in this meeting on the alternatives that would enable Governments in the region to deal with constraints without sacrificing health services, particularly for the most vulnerable sectors of society. Ladies and gentlemen: From an institutional point of view, this meeting has provided us with the chance to address the only Millennium Development Goal that we have not yet analysed in depth.
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Score: 1306784.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/n.../statement%20laura%20lopez.pdf
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The best way we can honour our fallen colleagues is by re-committing ourselves to the work of keeping the peace, the work for which they sacrificed their lives. Each day, in every mission and at Headquarters, our military, our police and our civilian peacekeepers give communities the chance to recover from war and to build lasting stability and peace.
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Score: 1286629.6 - https://www.un.org/en/events/p...keepersday/2012/usgmedal.shtml
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L-band and harmonised 700 MHz) and process for clearing the bands Spectrum Roadmap Implementation Guidelines Spectrum Award Policy Strategic Analysis Political Engagement Spectrum Pricing  The evolution of consumer and technology trends impacts spectrum requirements  Output: Advocacy surrounding the gap between current spectrum availability and future demand  High spectrum prices are damaging consumers and broadband development  Output: Fair, market based spectrum pricing allowing mobile operators to deploy  Spectrum policy impacts the coverage, capacity and cost of mobile services  Output: Provide guidance for transparent and fair access to spectrum (e.g. auctions) and licensing conditions and renewal CONFIDENTIAL7 Spectrum Roadmaps – Why They Matter Creating and maintaining a clear spectrum roadmap is key to successful a policy • Deciding what spectrum bands are to be cleared and licensed over the coming years helps provide visibility for mobile operators as they plan future network developments; • The visibility, clarity and predictability that roadmaps offer is also crucial to the wider mobile ecosystem; • For incumbent users, they afford a chance to plan whether to relocate existing services. (...) Adopt an award design that can deliver an efficient outcome with minimal uncertainty CONFIDENTIAL10 Hot Topics: Spectrum Pricing The GSMA has consistently encouraged policy makers to be genuine leaders and chose the path of digital economic prosperity and connectivity for Europe, by sacrificing immediate and short term financial gains of higher prices in exchange of much higher growth potential and ultimate revenue down the line CONFIDENTIAL11 Spectrum pricing study highlights increases CONFIDENTIAL12 The road to success in four steps CONFIDENTIAL13 Learn more about making the most of 5G https://www.gsma.com/futurenetworks/technology/understanding-5g/ https://www.gsma.com/spectrum/5g-spectrum-guide/
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Score: 1265155.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...l%20-%20Konstantin%20Savin.pdf
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On many occasions, they sacrificed their lives in the hope of freedom.   We need to tell the stories of those who stood up against their oppressors, and recognize their righteous resistance.   (...) Nous leur rendons hommage en nous élevant aujourd’hui contre les formes persistantes d’esclavage, en rappelant les dangers contemporains du racisme et en garantissant la justice et l’égalité des chances pour toutes les personnes d’ascendance africaine.
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Our environment was sacrificed for the economy. Lavish luxury fed off of deplorable want. (...) Next year’s Rio+20 Conference is our chance to define a path to the future we want. Excellencies, Senegalese justice Keba M’Baye was a champion of the Right to Development. - 4 - He said: “To develop is to improve human life.”
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Score: 1224287.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ent/StatSGRTDGAEvent181111.pdf
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“My own mother fled Somalia during the Civil War to give my siblings and I a chance at a brighter tomorrow” shared Aden.  “To listen to these women who have sacrificed so much to protect their children brought tears to my eyes. 
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Score: 1224287.7 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/pre...isits-unicef-programming-italy
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“A child has only one chance to develop normally in mind and body. And it is a primary responsibility of government to protect that chance – in good times and in bad.” (...) It cites those countries which have more effectively used family benefits and tax breaks to close the gap on child inequality and poverty as showing that the problem can be eased through policy decisions, without sacrificing efficiency and economic performance. “The 24 OECD countries being compared are all highly developed nations with a similar capacity to limit child poverty,” Mr.
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Score: 1209719 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2010/12/360882
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The youngsters also got the chance to visit former First Lady Sinta Nuriyah Abdurrahman Wahid. Ibu Sinta told them how her late husband, former President Abdurrahman “Gus Dur” Wahid, proposed to her when she was only 13 – but that she’d rejected the proposal: She wanted to finish her education first, and emphasized that education should never be sacrificed for marriage. “ My father was disappointed when I rejected Gus Dur’s proposal.
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Score: 1185977.8 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...e-action-to-end-child-marriage
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With widespread crop failure during the 2019 harvest season, food stocks quickly ran out, and families were at significant risk of resorting to strategies that would have put in danger their future chances of wellbeing and security. Such ‘negative coping strategies’ would include taking children out of school, avoiding medical treatment, resorting to child marriage and selling off key productive assets. (...) But the drought response programmes have provided a layer of social protection to ensure families have not sacrificed their long-term chances of escaping poverty just to survive. -By John James, Chief of Communication, Advocacy, Partnership and Engagement (CAPE) at UNICEF Zambia Related topics Cash transfers Emergency relief and response Zambia More to explore Report Summary of impacts of social cash transfers (2016) Analysis of the main impacts generated by the programme in its first three years See the full report Programme Social Policy & Research How we work to support improved systems and a stronger policy environment for children Explore our work Article In Zambia, a second chance at life with C-ECTs Cash transfers are giving hope to vulnerable households in Zambia Read the story Blog post COVID-19 funds rebooted my business- Elina Kangungu Emergency Cash Transfers are helping households during the COVID-19 pandemic Read the story Footer UNICEF Zambia home Research and reports Stories What we do Take action About us Children in Zambia Job vacancies UNICEF Representative Press centre Related UNICEF sites UNICEF Eastern & Southern Africa Voices of Youth UNICEF Connect blog Internet of Good Things Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1169199.7 - https://www.unicef.org/zambia/...timely-response-drought-zambia
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