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In this case the use must be: • primarily illustrative; • not intended to raise funds; and POLICY FOR THE USE OF THE WORLD SUMMIT ON THE INFORMATION SOCIETY OFFICIAL LOGO http://www.itu.int/wsis 24.09.02 www.itu.int/wsis • not carried out by a commercial for-profit entity or intended to lead to commercial or personal profit. (...) Commercial use of the WSIS official logo The WSIS official logo is not generally intended for commercial use. Commercial use of the WSIS official logo is that undertaken by or involving commercial for-profit entities, as well as any use intended to lead to commercial or personal profit.
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Score: 674407.9 - https://www.itu.int/net/wsis/docs/logo/logo_policy.pdf
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Commercial determinants of health are the conditions, actions and omissions by corporate actors that affect health. Commercial determinants arise in the context of the provision of goods or services for payment and include commercial activities, as well as the environment in which commerce takes place. (...) Addressing commercial determinants Partnering with civil society, adopting so-called best buy strategies and conflict of interest policies and supporting safe spaces for discussions with industry are all examples of how countries can address the commercial determinants of health.
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Score: 673847.27 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...mercial-determinants-of-health
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RESTRICTEDGENERAL AGREEMENT ON W.7/41 TARIFFS AND TRADE 30 October 1952 Special Distribution Original: French WORKING PARTY1 ON RESOLUTIONS OF Note from the representative ofthe International Leaue of Commercial Travellers and Agentss ontheEstablishment of aTriptych for Commercial Samples In connection with the recommendations regarding the establishment of an international convention to facilitate the importation of commercial samples, submitted to the CONTRACTING PARTIES to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (documents GATT/CR.6/36 and C .6/W/6) e following proposal was made to the CONTRACTING PARTIES by the Deo tion: That the feasibility be examined df adopting a Garnot de passages" for the* temporary importation of samples and specimens, which would relieve commercial travellers of the obligation to deposit the import duties or to provide a corresponding security. (...) "Our experience", writes the Directorate-General, of Swiss Customs, "shows that the importer of commercial sanples is often not in a position, when travelling, to guarantee payment of custons duties. (...) Naturally, only commercial travellers from countries with which Switzerland had concluded a customs convention on the lines of the contemplated agreement would enjoy such recognition.
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Score: 672980.76 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91850278.pdf
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The Legal Treatment of the Activities of Foreign Investments and Commercial Organizations with Foreign Investment 1. (...) A Russian commercial organization shall acquire the status of a commercial organization with foreign investment a of the date when a foreign investor becomes of the stakeholders thereof. (...) The commercial organization shall loose the status of a commercial organization with foreign investment as of the date when the foreign investor quits as a stakeholder thereof (when all the foreign investors quit, should there be several foreign investors among the stakeholders thereof).
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Score: 672067.24 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../rus_e/WTACCRUS33A1_LEG_24.pdf
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Plaza, DC2--2220, New York, NY 100172220, New York, NY 10017 22 OutlineOutline Overview of IndiaOverview of India’’s Energy Sectors Energy Sector GHG mitigation potential GHG mitigation potential –– Scenario Scenario AnalysisAnalysis Cost implicationsCost implications CCS potentialCCS potential Barriers to CCS Barriers to CCS ConclusionsConclusions 33 Domestic coal availability Domestic coal availability Fuels 2001 2036 Coking coal (million tonnes) 27 50 Non-coking coal (million tonnes) 299 550 Lignite (million tonnes) 25 50 44 Natural gas availabilityNatural gas availability 2006 2011 2016 2021 2026 Domestic availability 84 123 125 125 125 LNG import 25 65 95 125 135 Transnational Pipelines Iran-Pakistan-India 0 30 90 90 90 Myanmar-India 0 0 30 30 30 Total imports 25 95 215 245 255 Total 109 218 340 370 380 Natural Gas availability (MMSCMD) 55 EndEnd--Use ConsumptionUse Consumption Industry sector contributes about 25 % of Industry sector contributes about 25 % of India's GDP for the year 2002India's GDP for the year 2002--0303 Industry sector is the largest consumer of Industry sector is the largest consumer of commercial energy in Indian economy commercial energy in Indian economy (40% share of commercial energy during (40% share of commercial energy during 20032003--04)04) Seven energy intensive industries: Iron and Seven energy intensive industries: Iron and Steel, Cement, Aluminium, Fertilizer, Pulp Steel, Cement, Aluminium, Fertilizer, Pulp and Paper, Fertilizers, Cotton textile, and Paper, Fertilizers, Cotton textile, ChlorChlor--alkali are analyzed in detailsalkali are analyzed in details Accounts of more than 60% of Accounts of more than 60% of commercial energy consumption of commercial energy consumption of industry sector.industry sector. Industry 40% Transport 17% Residential 13% Agriculture 8% Commercial 9% Non-energy uses 13% Major industries are already moving towards energy efficiency path Iron and steel: Average SEC of integrated steel plants is reduced from 9.29 Gcal/tsc in 1990-91 to 7.28 Gcal/tcs in 2004-05 (22% reduction) Cement: Specific heat consumption of clinker production is reduced from 1300- 1600 kcal/kg in 1950-60s to 665-800 kcal/kg of clinker at present Average SEC of ammonia production is reduced from 13.7 Gcal/tonne in 1985-86 to 9.30 Gcal/tonnes in 2002-03 (32% reduction) Sectoral Energy Consumption (2003-04) 66 Total Primary Commercial Energy Total Primary Commercial Energy RequirementRequirement Energy use in BAU 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 2001 2006 2011 2016 2021 2026 2031 Year (m to e) Solar +w ind Nuclear Hydro (large +small) Natural Gas Oil Coal Total primary commercial energy increases 7.5 times 2001 to 2031(285 mtoe to 2123 mtoe) (CAGR: 6.9%) Share of traditional fuels to total primary energy consumption decreases by 35% to 4% (in year 2001 to 2031) Coal and Oil remains the dominant fuels Share of Coal: 55% in 2031 Share of Oil: 36% in 2031 Share of hydro in total commercial supply is only 2% in 2031 77 Energy Security: High Import Energy Security: High Import DependencyDependency 75 222 660 1688 285 527 1046 2123 27% 42% 63% 80% 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 2001 2011 2021 2031 Year m to e 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% Import Consumption Import Dependency Fuel Import in 2031 Coal import: 1438 MT ~4 times of consumption in 2001 Import dependency: 78% Oil import: 680 MT Import dependency: 93% Gas import: 93 BCM Import dependency: 67% Time trend of Import dependency Maximum indigenous production levels for all fuels is achieved by the year 2016 88 Sectoral Commercial Energy Sectoral Commercial Energy ConsumptionConsumption Sectorw ise Commercial Energy Consumption in BAU 0 300 600 900 1200 1500 1800 2001 2006 2011 2016 2021 2026 2031 Year (m to e) Industry Transport Residential Agriculture Commercial Commercial energy consumption from the end-use side increases 7.5 times (in 2001-2031) (CAGR: 7%) Share of residential sector in total final energy (including non-commercial energy) consumption decreases due to shift towards more efficient commercial fuels The highest growth rate in oil consumption in the transport sector increases by 13.6 times (CAGR: 9%) Shift towards more energy intensive modes of transportations both for passenger and freight movement Trends of Sectoral Shares in Final Energy Consumption (including non-commercial) 40% 44% 49% 53% 56% 58% 60% 9% 14% 18% 21% 23% 24% 25%45% 37% 27% 20% 16% 13% 11% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 2001 2006 2011 2016 2021 2026 2031 Year ( % ) Industry Transport Residential Agriculture Commercial 99 Electricity Generation CapacityElectricity Generation Capacity Generation Capacity 74 100 175 466 14 31 118 137 27 69 116 158 125 216 441 795 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 2001 2011 2021 2031 Year G W Coal Natural Gas Hydro Nuclear Renew able Diesel Total Total installed capacity increases by 6.34 times (CGAR: 6.3%) Coal based capacity will remain dominant (59% in 2031) followed by hydro (20%) Decentralized capacity will contribute 19% of the total generation capacity by 2031 Total installed capacity in 2031: 795 GW (Draft Integrated Energy Policy: 778 GW, Ministry of Power: 962 GW) 1010 Scenarios AnalysisScenarios Analysis 1111 Economy-Wide Scenarios Socio-Economic Technology-Deployment BAU scenario - 8% GDP growth rate (BAU) Low-growth scenario- 6.7% GDP growth rate (LG) High-growth scenario-10% GDP growth rate (HG) BAU scenario (BAU) High-nuclear capacity (NUC) Aggressive renewable energy (REN) High-Efficiency scenario (EFF) Hybrid scenario (8% GDP) (HYB) High hybrid scenario (10% GDP) (HHYB) 1212 Total Primary Commercial Energy Total Primary Commercial Energy RequirementRequirement Increase in primary energy by 2031 7.5 times (BAU) 5.3 times (Hybrid) 11.8 times (High growth) 8.2 times (High growth hybrid) Energy consumption in hybrid scenario (8% GDP) is even less than that in low growth scenario (6.7% GDP) Difference in commercial energy consumption Between BAU and Hybrid in 2031 is double the total commercial energy consumption in 2001 Between High-growth and High- growth hybrid in 2031 is 3.6 times the total commercial energy consumption in 2001 Total Commercial Primary Energy Supply 2123 1503 3351 285 405 544 760 1087 1576 2320 285 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 2001 2006 2011 2016 2021 2026 2031 2036 Year (m to e) LG BAU REN NUC EFF HYB HG HHYB 620 1031 1313 Fuel wise Total Commercial Energy Fuel wise Total Commercial Energy SupplySupply Commercial Energy supply in 2031 1176 767 2008 1364 757 484 1152 709 136 136 136 13140 41 40 41 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 BAU HYB HG HHYB (m to e) Coal Oil Natural Gas Hydro Nuclear Solar, w ind and Biodiesel Difference in commercial energy consumption by 2031 in hybrid scenario vis-à-vis BAU: 620 mtoe, high growth vis-à-vis Difference in coal consumption 409 mtoe (1.4 times of total commercial energy consumption in 2001) Difference in Oil consumption 273 mtoe (96% of total commercial energy consumption in 2001) Difference in commercial energy consumption by 2031 in hybrid scenario vis-à-vis BAU: 1031 mtoe Difference in coal consumption 645 mtoe (2.3 times of total commercial energy consumption in 2001) Difference in Oil consumption 444 mtoe (1.6 times of total commercial energy consumption in 2001) 1414 Sectoral Coal ConsumptionSectoral Coal Consumption Coal consumption in 2031 663 296 1148 581 285 146 490 253 137 219 231 370 91 106 139 160 0 300 600 900 1200 1500 1800 2100 BAU HYB HG HHYB (m to e) Pow er Industry (Process heating ) Ore-reduction Industry (Captive) Maximum share of power sector in coal consumption across all scenarios followed by the industrial sector for process heating and captive power generation Coking coal consumption is the highest in the hybrid scenario due to increased iron making through the blast furnace route Power sector exhibits highest reduction potential, followed by process heating in industry Difference in coal consumption in the power sector in 2031 Hybrid vis-à-vis BAU: 367 mtoe (55% reduction) High growth hybrid vis-à-vis high growth scenario: 568 mtoe (49% reduction) 1515 Energy IntensityEnergy Intensity 0.010 0.012 0.014 0.016 0.018 0.020 0.022 0.024 2001 2006 2011 2016 2021 2026 2031 2036 Year (k go e/ R s of G D P) LG BAU REN NUC EFF HYB HG HHYB BAU: Decline in energy-intensity from 0.022 kgoe/Rs. of GDP in 2001 to 0.017 kgoe/Rs. of GDP by 2031 Decrease of 23% Even in BAU scenario Indian economy is progressing along an energy-efficient path Hybrid scenario : Decline in energy- intensity to 0.012 kgoe/Rs. of GDP in 2031 (extent of 29% vis-à-vis BAU in 2031) High-growth hybrid scenario: Decline in energy-intensity to 0.011 kgoe/Rs. of GDP by 2031 (50% reduction from 2001) Progression of economy along a declining energy-intensity path if energy-efficiency measures are pursued aggressively even with a high optimistic growth rate of 10% GDP 1616 Analysis of COAnalysis of CO22 EmissionsEmissions 1717 Cumulative COCumulative CO22 EmissionsEmissions Cumulative CO2 emissions lower to the extent of 25% and 29% in the high efficiency and hybrid scenarios respectively vis-à-vis the BAU scenario Cumulative CO2 emissions higher by only 8% in the high- growth hybrid scenario vis-a-vis BAU scenario Cumulative CO2 Emissions Across Various Scenarios (2001-2036) 12.2 16.2 15.8 15.7 12.1 11.5 25.0 17.5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 LG BAU REN NUC EFF HYB HG HHYB Scenario bi llio n to nn es 1818 CO2 Emissions by Fuels (BAU) CO2 Emissions by Fuels (BAU) 60% 57% 54% 55% 54% 59% 64% 67% 34% 37% 38% 38% 37% 34% 32% 30% 6% 7% 7% 7% 9% 6% 4% 3% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 2001 2006 2011 2016 2021 2026 2031 2036 Year P er ce nt ag e Gas Oil Coal 1919 CO2 Emissions by SectorsCO2 Emissions by Sectors 42% 39% 36% 36% 34% 38% 40% 38% 37% 39% 39% 41% 39% 39% 11% 16% 19% 20% 21% 20% 19% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 2001 2006 2011 2016 2021 2026 2031 Year Pe rc en ta ge Power Industry Transport Residential Agriculture Commercial 2020 CO2 Emissions Reduction CO2 Emissions Reduction ScenariosScenarios-- Without CCSWithout CCS Sector wise CO2 emissions in 2011 641 621 615 621 594 485 436 374 314 276 276 276 115 115 115 109 1663 1497 1441 1379 0 300 600 900 1200 1500 1800 BAU 30% 40% 50% Scenario m ill io n to nn es Sector wise CO2 emissions in 2021 1370 1328 1194 1174 1124 689 597 401 686 495 499 496 152 153 153 150 3332 2665 2443 2221 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 BAU 30% 40% 50% Scenario m ill io n to nn es Sector wise CO2 emissions in 2031 2830 2557 2465 1971 2879 1473 827 694 1377 874 885 786 181 183 183 183 7267 5087 4360 3634 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 BAU 30% 40% 50% Scenario m ill io n to nn es Industry Power Transport Others Total Time Series CO2 emissions (cumulative) reduction targets of 30%, 40% and 50% from the BAU by 2031. (...) CO2 net capturedCapture from power plantCapture from power plant Cost rangeCost rangeCCS componentCCS component Source: IEA-GHG R&D programme (Report 2007/9) 2626 Barriers to Adoption of CCSBarriers to Adoption of CCS Financial Barriers:Financial Barriers: High capital costs High capital costs (30 to 40% increase)(30 to 40% increase) Higher Energy penaltyHigher Energy penalty (O&M)(O&M) Institutional barrierInstitutional barrier Does not fit in the overall Does not fit in the overall goal of meeting the goal of meeting the millennium development millennium development goalsgoals NonNon--productive productive expenditureexpenditure Does not contribute to Does not contribute to sustainable developmentsustainable development Technical Barriers:Technical Barriers: Yet to be commercially Yet to be commercially demonstrated in large point demonstrated in large point sources of CO2sources of CO2 Capture technologies are not Capture technologies are not standard for all large point standard for all large point sources (ex: power plant & sources (ex: power plant & cement plant)cement plant) Sinks and their capacities to yet Sinks and their capacities to yet be identifiedbe identified Many parts of India are Many parts of India are seismically active seismically active –– issue of issue of permanenancepermanenance EOR/ECBM/EGR potential yet to EOR/ECBM/EGR potential yet to be established in Indiabe established in India Potential & cost for Potential & cost for sequestering in depleted oil & sequestering in depleted oil & gas wells yet to be determined gas wells yet to be determined (off(off--shore and onshore and on--shore)shore) Mapping and matching of sinks Mapping and matching of sinks and sources for optimization of and sources for optimization of cost to be donecost to be done 2727 Other BarriersOther Barriers Storage ( leakage Storage ( leakage –– safety; leakagesafety; leakage--carbon carbon accounting)accounting) Acceptance Acceptance –– general public is unaware of CCSgeneral public is unaware of CCS Regulatory: no international standards as yetRegulatory: no international standards as yet EC established national standards to allow CCS for EC established national standards to allow CCS for European TradingEuropean Trading Financial: Lack of business architecture; Financial: Lack of business architecture; Storage business does not existStorage business does not exist 2828 ConclusionsConclusions Climate change is a global problemClimate change is a global problem India needs international cooperationIndia needs international cooperation Establishment of CCS technologies require major Establishment of CCS technologies require major investments in a country like India, which investments in a country like India, which cannot be handled even by OECD countriescannot be handled even by OECD countries CCS options will vary from region to region and CCS options will vary from region to region and country to countrycountry to country Entire value chain needs vigorous analysisEntire value chain needs vigorous analysis International cooperation in CCS is a must for International cooperation in CCS is a must for successful deployment of this technology. successful deployment of this technology. 2929 Thank youThank you
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Emerging Aviation Issues — Commercial space transport and higher airspace operations You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Annual Report 2018 / Emerging Aviation Issues — Commercial space transport and higher airspace operations Message from the President of the Council The World of Air Transport in 2018 Presentation of 2018 Air Transport statistical results Emerging Aviation Issues Increased use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation Cybersecurity Inclusion of aviation in national development plans E-commerce Aviation Infrastructure/system financing Big data analytics for aviation Commercial space transport and higher airspace operations Currently selected Frontier technologies Progress on ICAO’s Strategic Objectives Safety Air Navigation Capacity and Efficiency Security and Facilitation Economic Development of Air Transport Environmental Protection Implementation Support Amendments and Manuals No Country Left Behind Initiatives Regional Office Achievements Global Partnerships for Sustainable Development Human Resources Development Technical Cooperation and Assistance Supporting Strategies Corporate Performance Legal and External Relations Services Human Resources Management Language Services Information Management Building Management Finances Supplement Commercial space transport and higher airspace operations Emerging Aviation Issues — Commercial space transport and higher airspace operations   Resume Page Content Commercial space transport and higher airspace operations   Commercial space traffic continued to grow in 2018 with multiple successful launches operated by several ICAO Member States. The intersection of these operations with existing commercial aviation traffic and infrastructure was discussed at AN-Conf/13, resulting in recommendations that States share their experiences and practices with each other and that ICAO work closely with the United Nations Office of Outer Space Affairs.
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Score: 671963.57 - https://www.icao.int/annual-re...ommercial-space-transport.aspx
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The removal or dismissal of the Board of Directors of the commercial bank or financial institution concerned; 4. The temporary suspension or termination of the activities of the commercial bank or financial institution in question. (...) An intentional or unintentional offence, which causes great damage to the commercial bank or financial institution concerned, will carry a maximum penalty of up to one million kip/day or 1% of the assets of the said commercial bank or financial institution.
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Score: 671629.54 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/lao_e/WTACCLAO3A1_LEG_37.pdf
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Leading exporters and importers in world trade in commercial services, 2016 — Download data A9. Leading exporters and importers in world trade in commercial services (excluding intra-EU (28) trade), 2016 — Download data A10. (...) Growth of commercial services exports by category and by region, 2005-2016 — Download data A26. (...) World trade in other commercial services by region, 2016 — Download data A35.
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RESOURCES | UMOJA Skip to main content Bienvenue aux Nations Unies Toggle navigation Langue: English Français TRAINING COURSES ON INSPIRA EMPLOYEE & MANAGER SELF SERVICE iLEARN UMOJA JOB AIDS RESOURCES REPORTING BI Reports Inventory NEWS SUPPORT SYSTEM STATUS GLOSSARY SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT                                                         Self Service Production Systems Strategic Planning Fundraising Umoja Mobile Accueil RESOURCES RESOURCES Umoja Extension 2 Strategic Planning, Budgeting and Performance Management Icon Fundraising and Donor Relationship Management Icon Implementing Partners Management Icon Supply Chain Management Icon Uniformed Capabilities Management Icon Conference and Event Management Icon                   UE2 Poster Logo UE2 Logo with Tagline UE2 Logo without Tagline                   UE2 General Posters, Banners & Brochure                         UE2 Commercial Poster UE2 Office Poster UE2 Commercial Banner UE2 NewLook Poster - 1080px x 1920px UE2 NewLook Poster - 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RESOURCES | UMOJA Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: English Français HOME ABOUT TRAINING COURSES ON INSPIRA EMPLOYEE & MANAGER SELF SERVICE iLEARN UMOJA JOB AIDS RESOURCES REPORTING BI Reports Inventory NEWS SUPPORT SYSTEM STATUS GLOSSARY SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT                                                         Self Service Production Systems Strategic Planning Fundraising Umoja Mobile Home RESOURCES RESOURCES Umoja Extension 2 Strategic Planning, Budgeting and Performance Management Icon Fundraising and Donor Relationship Management Icon Implementing Partners Management Icon Supply Chain Management Icon Uniformed Capabilities Management Icon Conference and Event Management Icon                   UE2 Poster Logo UE2 Logo with Tagline UE2 Logo without Tagline                   UE2 General Posters, Banners & Brochure                         UE2 Commercial Poster UE2 Office Poster UE2 Commercial Banner UE2 NewLook Poster - 1080px x 1920px UE2 NewLook Poster - 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UNHQ Grant Life Partner Life OHRM Onboarding CIC               User Access Provisioning Goods Purchase & Disposal Procurement of Services Lease-in and Lease-out Real Estate Plant Maintenance                       Joint Change Management Preventative Maintenance Process                         Posters/Promotional Products from past deployments Downloads ESS Poster 1 ESS Poster 2 ESS Poster 3 ESS Poster 4 ESS Poster 5 ESS Poster 6               ESS Poster 7 ESS Poster 8 ESS Poster 9 Live C5 Poster ESS C5 Poster BI Poster               2015 Poster 2014 Poster 2013 Poster Floor Decals Mousepad 1 Mousepad 2                       Mousepad 3 Banner                                 General Information About Umoja Enterprise Resource Planning Solution Division (ERPSD)   Login to Umoja Umoja Production Systems Umoja Employee and Manager Self-Service Umoja Mobile Umoja Fundraising Umoja for Member States Training and Resources Training Courses on inspira Employee and Manager Self-Service iLearn Umoja - 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