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Among these results, it is expected that the « Sustainable Téranga Certification » ensures :  The improvement and diversification of Senegal as a destination  The promotion of the actors' amenity on the national and international level  A certified adequation certifiée between the values of sustainable tourism and the activities of agreeing tourism operators  A certified guarantee for the visitors that the committed operators' offer and activity are in line with sustainable development's fundamentals  Quality in the conditions to create offer and services with a periodic evaluation according to the criteria of the Sustainable Téranga Certification  A good understanding, by Senegalese inhabitants, of the interest of a tourism activity and the links that exist between « Tourism and economic, social and environmental development » - The involvement of inhabitants for their support to the development of the sector (thanks to teaching skills and the Certification's criteria) 9 The process  The Certification « Sustainable Tourism - Senegal » draws inspiration from the ISO 26000 Norm which benefits from a strong and indisputable national and international legitimacy  This norm has the unquestioned advantage of being thorough (economic, socio- cultural and environmental criteria) and to adapt itself to the Senegalese situation  With this approach all of the Senegalese tourism actors (Hotels, Restaurants, Travel agencies, Camps, Youth hostels, Day camps, Associations for Responsible Tourism …)  This frame of reference will revolve around seven (7) major questions all linked with the sustainable development of tourism activity and its operators  The simplicity of this process allows for an efficient implementation all the while guaranteeing a quick understanding and its operational integration within the activity of tourism actors Synopsis of Sustainable Téranga's Frame of reference The criteria for this frame of reference have been elaborated so they can easily and conveniently adapt to the Senegalese tourisme environment and its operators in a voluntary and uninterrupted process Layout governance Local development Work relationships and conditions Environment Fairness of practices Questions regarding consumers Human rights 11 Sustainable Téranga : one brand and one federating process in an active collaboration with all of the Networks and Federations of Senegalese tourism actors To actively involve actors in the field and the members in the process and make it lasting, AFRIO makes the tangible commitment to :  Develop a collaboration between professional national tourism Networks and Trade unions and related sectors :  SPIHS (Employers' Organization for the Hotel Industry in Senegal)  SAVTS (Senegalese Travel and Tourism Agencies' Organization)  FNOTSI (National Federation of Tourist Offices)  FOPITS (Federation of Employers' Organization for Tourism Industry)  SAPCO (The Petite Côte Planning Society)  RESATOR (Senegalese Network of Actors for a Responsible Tourism) born after the 1st Forum organized in December 2012 in parallel with the 6th Africités Summit,  Associations and groupings of operators (arts and crafts, agriculture, local business, cultural businesses...) set in tourist zones 12 A close collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism and Airfreight To perpetuate the process and make it more visible, AFRIO falls within a process of close collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism and Airfreight : Develop a close and primary collaboration with the Minsitry of Tourism and Airfreight's teams Accentuate the Ministry of Tourism and Airfreight's vision to promote a Tourism that benefits to Senegalese inhabitants and vouches for the respect of cultures and life environment Suggest the Ministy of Tourism and Airfreight's participation to a « mixt Commission on Sustainable Tourism » set up by AFRIO, The implementation of this commission is based on a new approach : the « 4P » (Partnership – Public – Private – Population) It may be made up of AFRIO's teams, and in a volunatry process, of the Ministry of Tourism and Aifreight's representatives, of members from different Networks and Trade unions of the tourism sector and of a panel of Associations and NGO's representing populations involved in the Senegalese tourism industry « The Sustainable Tourism commission » will thus be associated with the work and evaluation processes of the « Sustainable Térange Certification » 13 Evaluating the « Sustainable Téranga » Certification The evaluation of the Certification will follow a thorough and efficient process falls within a logic of trust.
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Score: 194798.99 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...les/statements/4528terenga.pdf
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Good transport infrastructure is a necessary condition for economic growth and poverty alleviation, but transport investments alone cannot address the problems of the poorest households. (...) Better rural roads are a necessary, but not sufficient, condition for graduating from poverty. The integrated projects (with roads components) had a greater impact on overall poverty reduction, but this was not always clear (Hettige, 2006). (...) The problems and the isolation of rural people can be exacerbated by poor footpath condition and/or the lack of bridges that would allow the safe crossing of rivers (Starkey et al, 2009).
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Score: 131326.56 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...%20sustainable%20transport.pdf
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Typically, these victims have the least schooling, lower nutritional status and scanty financial reserves compared to national averages when disaster strikes. Their condition therefore deteriorates further with little means to recover from these shocks.
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Score: 83205.93 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...520-%2520Final%2520version.pdf
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We reaffirm that education is a fundamental human right for every person. It is an essential condition for human fulfilment, peace, sustainable development, economic growth, decent work, gender equality and responsible global citizenship. Furthermore, it contributes to the reduction of inequalities and the eradication of poverty by bequeathing the conditions and generating the opportunities for just, inclusive and sustainable societies.
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Score: 210296.39 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...170GEM%2520Muscat%25202014.pdf
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However, to enable such positive synergies, capacity must be build to promote environmental awareness, understanding of impacts and conditions for the conservation of biodiversity, flora and fauna, wildlife and ecosystems.
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Score: 162478.53 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...cuments/1971egmecotourism2.pdf
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“Landlockedness” and dependence on lengthy road and rail routes for international trade impacts on the cost of food imports in many countries. Poor road conditions, unreliability of the road networks, traffic congestion and road crashes cause delays resulting in spoilage of agricultural products. (...) Affordable, reliable and efficient transportation is furthermore a vital pre-condition for accessing health care, especially in remote areas. (...) There are various types of actions that can be taken to improve the efficiency of transport fuel use, like improving road conditions, providing high quality fuels, promoting eco-driving, better vehicle technologies including promoting electric vehicles, and over-all improvement of urban transport systems.
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Score: 151481.37 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...0relevance%2520of%2520SDGs.pdf
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INFORM – Index for Risk Management INFORM is a way to understand and measure the risk of humanitarian crises and disasters and how the conditions that lead to them affect sustainable development.
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Score: 140836.72 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...R_Brief-INFORM_JRC_2015_v2.pdf
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CORNIE HUIZENGA, BOARD MEMBER OF CLEAN AIR INITIATIVE FOR ASIAN CITIES (CAI-ASIA) AND CONVENER, SUSTAINABLE LOW CARBON TRANSPORT (SLOCAT) PARTNERSHIP 09:45-10:00 REDUCING THE CLIMATE IMPACTS OF MOBILE AIR CONDITIONING MR. AKIRA SEKIYA, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, JAPAN 10:00-10:15 ENABLING E-MOBILITY: OVERVIEW ON BATTERY TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES MR.
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Score: 111210.72 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/default/files/documents/Agenda.pdf
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That's why we need to increase the capacity of hydroelectric power plants and produce more energy. In the conditions of constant growth of prices for fuel and energy resources, difficulties with their supply, with the limited financial and monetary possibilities of Kyrgyzstan, only hydropower, using continuously renewable water energy, is able to solve many problems.
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Score: 219931.64 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...hematic_dialogues_UN2023WC.pdf
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Designing means looking at Passive Mode strategies first, then Mixed Mode to Full Mode, Productive Mode and to Composite Mode, all the while adopting progressive strategies to improve comfort conditions relative to external conditions. Meeting contemporary expectations for comfort conditions, especially in manufacturing, cannot be achieved by Passive Mode or by Mixed Mode alone. (...) Passive Mode is designing for improved comfort conditions over external conditions without the use of any electro-mechanical systems. (...) Passive Mode requires an understanding of the climatic conditions of the locality, then designing not just to synchronize the built form’s design with the local meteorological conditions, but to optimize the ambient energy of the locality into a building design with improved internal comfort conditions without the use of any electro-mechanical systems.
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Score: 309464.4 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa.../documents/1478background1.pdf
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