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Microsoft Word - ea56r30.doc FIFTY-SIXTH WORLD HEALTH ASSEMBLY WHA56.30 Agenda item 14.4 28 May 2003 Global health-sector strategy for HIV/AIDS The Fifty-sixth World Health Assembly, Having considered the draft global health-sector strategy for HIV/AIDS;1 Mindful of WHO’s role, as a cosponsor of UNAIDS, in ensuring that the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS of the United Nations General Assembly special session on HIV/AIDS (June 2001) is followed up; Deeply concerned about the unprecedented burden the HIV/AIDS epidemic is placing on the health sector, and acknowledging the central role of that sector in providing an expanded, multisectoral response; Conscious of the opportunities and challenges presented by the availability of new resources to Member States through mechanisms such as the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and from the World Bank, bilateral agencies, foundations and other donors; Acutely aware of the need to strengthen health-sector capacity in order: (a) to absorb and manage resources; (b) to improve planning, prioritization, development of human resources, programme management, integration and implementation of key interventions, mobilization of nongovernmental organizations, and assurance of service quality and sustainability; and (c) to support research as part of national responses; Equally conscious of the need simultaneously to expand activities in prevention, treatment, care, support, surveillance, monitoring and evaluation, as essential and mutually supportive elements of a strengthened overall response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic; Aware of the corresponding increase in demand by Member States for technical support, normative guidance and strategic information in order to make optimal use of resources and to maximize the impact of interventions; Recalling that resolution WHA53.14 requested the Director-General, inter alia, to develop a global health-sector strategy for HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infections, 1.
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Score: 800886.33 - https://www.who.int/3by5/en/WHA03AIDS.pdf
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Conscious Fashion and Lifestyle Network | Sustainable Development Skip to main content 欢迎来到联合国,您的世界! عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español 经济和社会事务部 可持续发展 Main navigation 首页 了解可持续发展目标 可持续发展目标 关键专题 《2030年可持续发展议程》 能力发展 出版物 全球可持续发展报告 政府间进程 可持续发展高级别 政治论坛 与可持续发展相关的联合国会议和高级别活动 可持续发展目标科学、技术和创新多利益相关方论坛 联合国大会第二委员会 萨摩亚途径 经社理事会伙伴关系论坛 可持续发展高级别政治论坛 小岛屿发展中国家 小岛屿发展中国家 Multidimensional Vulnerability Index for SIDS 伙伴关系 伙伴关系(专题) 伙伴关系平台 ECOSOC Partnership Forum 2022 参与 活动 网络研讨会 成员国 联合国系统 利益相关者参与 新闻 关于我们 Conscious Fashion and Lifestyle Network 1 Intro 2 Details 3 Deliverables & Resources 4 Contact & Account 5 Complete Title Location (City/town, Country) Lead entity name Lead organization/entity name involved in this initiative.
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Score: 799877.54 - https://sdgs.un.org/zh/partner...ion-lifestyle-network/register
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Markets and value chains Responding to health-conscious consumers 5. Nothing to lose Quality, safety, loss and waste 6.
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Score: 796857.3 - https://www.fao.org/3/cb2395en/online/cb2395en.html
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Sustainable Products (September 2012) This document provides technical guidance on environmentally conscious design principles and best practices, covering development and manufacture, through to end-of-life treatment. (...) Sustainable Buildings (September 2012) This document provides technical guidance on environmentally conscious design, maintenance, repair and operating principles and best practices from construction through to lifetime use and de-commissioning.
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Score: 792967 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/climatechange/ess/index.html
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The Paris Agreement on climate change enters into force The early ratification of the Agreement by 97 parties so far sends a clear and positive signal that countries are conscious of the urgency to avert irreversible damage from climate change. (...) The early ratification of the Agreement by 97 parties so far sends a clear and positive signal that countries are conscious of the urgency to avert irreversible damage from climate change.
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Score: 792967 - www.ilo.org/global/topi...WCMS_534224/lang--en/index.htm
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The Paris Agreement on climate change enters into force The early ratification of the Agreement by 97 parties so far sends a clear and positive signal that countries are conscious of the urgency to avert irreversible damage from climate change. (...) The early ratification of the Agreement by 97 parties so far sends a clear and positive signal that countries are conscious of the urgency to avert irreversible damage from climate change.
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Score: 792967 - https://www.ilo.org/global/top...WCMS_534224/lang--ja/index.htm
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Latin America has become conscious that, despite it being a region with plentiful water resources, it is a region with an important population growth —which means greater needs to accelerate the rate of provision of services, for example, drinking water. (...) We all talk about it and we say it between us, aguateros, because, obviously, we are all conscious of this; but we spoke to the Finance Minister and they have enough priorities before water.
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Score: 792967 - https://www.un.org/waterforlif...ices/maureen_ballesteros.shtml
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CONSIDERING also that during its 5th Session we approved the Code of Conduct on Cooperation in Combating International Tax Evasion, setting minimal standards of conduct required in all member countries regarding the exchange of information, E/C.18/2014/CRP.5 3 VALUING the important role that the G20 has played in the international sphere by supporting and encouraging the development of new initiatives on exchange of information and to tackle tax evasion and abusive tax avoidance, ACKNOWLEDGING the important role that the multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters can play in facilitating the implementation of automatic exchange of information and TAKING ADVANTAGE of the fact that over 65 countries have already signed the Convention, including a growing number of developing countries, and 15 jurisdictions are covered by way of territorial extension, NOTING that to tackle tax evasion and abusive tax avoidance a new single global standard on automatic exchange of information has been developed to alert tax authorities, CONSIDERING that a group of 45 countries and jurisdictions are committed to an early adoption of the new single global standard, CONSCIOUS that the new single global standard should not impose undue administrative costs and ACKNOWLEDGING that appropriate safeguards including certain confidentiality requirements shall be met in order to ensure the requirement that information may be used only for the purposes foreseen by the legal instrument pursuant to which it is exchanged, RECOGNIZING however that such new single global standard presents different challenges to Developed and Developing Countries that should be adequately addressed RECOGNISING, however that developing countries may face capacity constraints when implementing automatic exchange of information under the new single global standard, CONSCIOUS of the need to provide technical assistance and capacity building to developing countries so that they may be able to reap the benefits of the standard, EMPHASIZING that the code of conduct is a political commitment and does not affect the rights and obligations of States or their respective spheres of competence, Emphasizing that the code of conduct is a practical means of enhancing international tax cooperation to an acceptable level but that individual States should aspire to a higher level of cooperation to the extent their circumstances allow. (...) CONSIDERING also that during its 5th Session we approved the Code of Conduct on Cooperation in Combating International Tax Evasion, setting minimal standards of conduct required in all member countries regarding the exchange of information, VALUING the important role that the G20 has played in the international sphere by supporting and encouraging the development of new initiatives on exchange of information and to tackle tax evasion and abusive tax avoidance, ACKNOWLEDGING the important role that the multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters can play in facilitating the implementation of automatic exchange of information and TAKING ADVANTAGE of the fact that over 65 countries have already signed the Convention, including a growing number of developing countries, and 15 jurisdictions are covered by way of territorial extension, NOTING that to tackle tax evasion and abusive tax avoidance a new single global standard on automatic exchange of information has been developed to alert tax authorities, CONSIDERING that a group of 45 countries and jurisdictions are committed to an early adoption of the new single global standard, CONSCIOUS that the new single global standard should not impose undue administrative costs and ACKNOWLEDGING that appropriate safeguards including certain confidentiality requirements shall be met in order to ensure the requirement that E/C.18/2014/CRP.5 7 information may be used only for the purposes foreseen by the legal instrument pursuant to which it is exchanged, RECOGNIZING however that such new single global standard presents different challenges to Developed and Developing Countries that should be adequately addressed RECOGNISING, however that developing countries may face capacity constraints when implementing automatic exchange of information under the new single global standard, CONSCIOUS of the need to provide technical assistance and capacity building to developing countries so that they may be able to reap the benefits of the standard, EMPHASIZING that the code of conduct is a political commitment and does not affect the rights and obligations of States or their respective spheres of competence, The Committee of Experts on International Cooperation in Tax Matters hereby adopts the following code of conduct: I.
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Score: 792012.65 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...0/10STM_CRP5_CodeofConduct.pdf
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The Youth Champions Initiative (YCI) UNESCO Unveils Video on Comprehensive Sexuality Education for Young People The United Nations cultural agency has released a new video that outlines how comprehensive sexuality education helps young people develop the knowledge and skills to make conscious, healthy and responsible choices about relationships and sexuality.
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Score: 787081.15 - https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/...-and-reproductive-health/feed/
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We are committed to responsible business practices to help ensure accountability, business sustainability and environmentally conscious operations and products. 76 EXHIBITOR PROFILES
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Score: 783237.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../E/web/WebSearch/page0078.html
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