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UNICEF Bulgaria is seeking a Corporate Partnerships Consultant to contribute to the successful implementation of the Corporate Engagement Strategy. Under the supervision of the Fundraising Officer the consultant will support the execution of the corporate fundraising plan, with a focus on acquisition of high-value corporate donors. In addition, the consultant will contribute to the integrated fundraising campaign ensuring engagement of the high value corporate partners as sponsors or donors.    The tasks to be undertaken include the  following: Support the implementation of the annual work plan for corporate engagement with a focus on acquisition of high value partners Regularly update and maintain a pipeline of prospects, company profiles and contact data base Identify and approach the priority prospect corporate partners from the established pipeline Support the process of negotiations with the identified corporate partners and develop customized partnership proposals Support the development and implementation of annual work plans for new and existing corporate partners aiming at renewal, expansion and maximalization of results applying an integrated approach Support the account management of existing business partnerships Research on opportunities for engagement with international corporate partners of UNICEF present on the Bulgarian market Contribute to the implementation of the planned integrated fundraising campaigns by identifying corporate sponsorship, corporate influencers or corporate supporters Prepare an analytical report of major corporate fundraising activities and partnerships.
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Score: 648779.93 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...%D1%80%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B2%D0%B0
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(Sudatel)D Mr Mustafa ABDEL HAFIZ, Telecommunication Services Director, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)CA Eng. Amna ABBAS ARABI, NICD Mr Mohammad ABD ELMAJID ELSADIQ, General Manager, National Authority for Digital CertificationD Dr Ahmed ABDALLA MOHAMED, Resource and Development Manager, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Mohammed ABDALLA RAHAMTALLA, Manager of Information Center, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Ali ABDELGADIR, NTC Cosultant, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Abdelhadi Elsaid ABDELHADI, Engineer, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Nasir ABDELRAZAG NASIR AHMED, NICD Ms Afaf ABDELRHMAN ELNIJOMI, Head of Numbering and Licensing Department, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Gamal Awad ABDELWAHAB, Ministry of Finance and Economic PlanningD Mr Elrashid AHMED, Head of Economic Affairs Department, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Awad AHMED ALI, Engineer, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Ms Islam AHMED BABIKER, Engineer, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Nadir AHMED GAYLANI, Technical Director, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Awadalla Abdalla AHMED MOHAMED, Head of Operations and Technical Support Section, Central Bank of SudanD Mr Waleed AHMED SALIH, Statistician, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Prof. (...) Suha IBRAHIM ABDELRAHEEM, NICD Ms Nawal IDRIES, Head of Consumer Affairs Section, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Muataz ISHAG, Engineer, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Mohamed ISMAIL MAHGOUB, Head of Policy Section, Central Bank of SudanD Ms Remas KAMAL, Supporting staff, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Ms Zeinab MAGZOUB, Head of Tariff Sector, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Ms Iman MAHMOUD SAID, NICD Mr Malik. (...) Mohamed Hassan NASRELDIN, NICD Mr Akram OMER HASSANIN, IT Manager, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Mr Mohamed OMER MOHAMED, NTC Cosultant, National Telecommunication Corporation (NTC)D Mr Babeker Mohamed SAAED, Standards Department Manager, National Telecommunications Corporation (NTC)D Prof.
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Score: 648718.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...stOfParticipants_RPM-ARB-E.pdf
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What is your understanding of undue corporate influence in policy and regulatory matters? (...) Sons, bribes, perks, and jobs – the murky world of corporate lobbying in Pakistan. October, 2021. https://profit.pakistantoday.com.pk/2021/10/25/sons-bribes-perks-and-jobs-the-murky-world-of-corporate- lobbying-in-pakistan/ https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/05/31/the-dark-side-of-congos-cobalt-rush https://profit.pakistantoday.com.pk/2021/10/25/sons-bribes-perks-and-jobs-the-murky-world-of-corporate-lobbying-in-pakistan/ https://profit.pakistantoday.com.pk/2021/10/25/sons-bribes-perks-and-jobs-the-murky-world-of-corporate-lobbying-in-pakistan/ Page 3 of 7 multinational corporations have a responsibility for – and profit from – failing to protect human rights in their global value chains. (...) This is also consistent with our expressed narratives on EU consultations on Sustainable Corporate Governance, and the directors' accountability and responsibility duties towards integrating sustainability into corporate strategy and decision-making.
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Score: 648718.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...pational-safety-and-health.pdf
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CFOs have a critical role to play in reshaping the future of corporate finance and investment into a catalyst for growth, value creation, and social impact. (...) The four principles support companies in the transition to sustainable development and to leverage corporate finance and investments toward the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Learn more Sign the principles Resources As corporate sustainability initiatives increasingly become part of core business strategy, leaders are rethinking the future of corporate finance and corporate investments to advance social good.
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Score: 648609.77 - https://www.unglobalcompact.org/sdgs/sustainablefinance
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Reference year 2007 SCN 2008 1965 1978 1996 2008 Reference year 2018 SCN 2008 2018 Outline of the process of preparing the new reference year 2007 Intermediate system Sources of basic information SNA Compilation Framework Goods and services Institutional Sectors Cross Classification of Activities and Institutional Sectors Complete Sequence of Accounts: • Production account • Income Distribution and Use Account • Accumulation account • Balances Gross Domestic Product (GDP): ▪ Production approach ▪ Spending approach ▪ Income approach Integrated economic accounts (IEA) •Gross Domestic Product (GDP) • National Income • National disposable income • Savings • Net lending (+) / net borrowing (–) • Institutional Sectors (5) • Transactions • Nomenclature of economic activities (35) • Product nomenclature (175) • Census of population and housing • Household surveys • Business directory • Economy activities survey • Administrative records • Special studies SUT Analytical Indicators • Institutional Sectors Accounts Worksheet • Economic activity accounts worksheet • Supply and Use Balances Worksheet • Production account • Generation of income account • Supply and use components • Supply and use balances Classification by Institutional Sectors Institutional sectors Non-financial corporations Non-financial public corporations Non-financial private corporations Financial corporations Central Bank Other deposit- taking corporations Other financial intermediaries Financial auxiliaries Captive financial insitutions and money lenders Insurance corporations Pension funds General governemnet Central government NPIs controlled by governmnet Local government Social security Households and NPISHs Rest of the world Information sources Non-financial corporations Financial corporations General government Households NPISHs Rest of the world - Administrative Records - Financial statements - Economic Surveys - Online banking platform - Financial statements - Budget execution - SIGEF - SISMAP - Transfers received - MEPYD registry - Customs - BoP Continuous information Special treatment: Household Expenditure and Income Survey and the Continuous National Survey of the Workforce Information Universe Direct investigation Special treatments Households Sector Rest of the World vs BoP Reconciliation SNFP Information Financial account Reference Compilation Project of National Accounts of the Dominican Republic (PCR 2018) - Implications for Integrated Economic Accounts. (...) Reference Compilation Project of National Accounts of the Dominican Republic (PCR 2018) • Supply and use tables • Input-Output Matrix • Social accounting matrices (SAM) • Gross fixed capital formation by economic activity and by type of good • Employment matrix • Institutional sector accounts • Capital services • Tourism satellite accounts • Air emissions and energy enviornmental accounts Expected products from the reference compilation project: • Quaterly supply and use tables • Input-Output matrix • Annual institutional sectors accounts • Quarterly institutional sector (up to capital account and main aggregates for each sector) • Quarterly GDP: production, expenditure and income approach • Annual gross fixed capital formation by economic activity and by type of good • Capital services • Monthly economic activity indicator and monthly aggregate demand indicator Expected products from the follow-up compilations: Main findings and relevant results Value Added Institutional Sectors (% total) Non-financial private corporations 53.4% Non-financial public corporations 1.4% Households and NPISHs 35.0% General government 6.2% Financial corporations 4.0% Non-financial corporations 37.0% Financial corporations 1.7% General government 0.9% Households 60.3% Non-profit institutions serving households 0.1% Main aggregates by sector 2016 Gross savings Non-financial corporations 45.3% Financial corporations 1.2% General government 6.7% Households 46.8% Non-profit institutions serving households 0.0% Gross capital formation Main aggregates by sector 2016 Millions of RD$ Net lending or net borrowing -42,066.2 5,370.1 -87,023.3 84,743.2 1,514.5 -120,000.0 -70,000.0 -20,000.0 30,000.0 80,000.0 130,000.0 Non-financial corporations Financial corporations General government Households Non-profit institutions serving households Total for the economy: RD$ -37,461.5 millions Main economic aggregates 2016 Social transfers in kind National savings Remittances National savings Tax burden (Taxes on production and on imports as % of GDP) 21.3% 31.7% 13.0% Main aggregates for the household sector 2016 16.1% 73.2% 77.1% 86.0% Value added Production Remunerations + mixed income Final consumption expenditure Propensión media al ahorro* Savings Disposable income Average propensity to consume* Consumption Disposable income Central Bank of the Dominican Republic October 2020 Seminar on National Accounts for Latin America and the Caribbean: The future of Economic Statistics Integrated economic accounts
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Score: 648609.77 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...tegrated-economic-accounts.pdf
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Supporting Strategies — Corporate Performance — Corporate Risk Management You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Annual Report 2018 / Supporting Strategies — Corporate Performance — Corporate Risk Management 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 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 Corporate Performance Results-based Management and the ICAO Business Plan 2017 — 2019 Corporate Risk Management Addressing the low response rate by Member States to ICAO State letters Supporting Strategies — Corporate Performance — Corporate Risk Management   Resume Page Content Corporate Risk Management   As a live document, the Business Plan includes processes to review emerging aviation issues, assess internal and external risk factors and establish mitigation measures to reduce the impact of risks.   The ICAO Corporate Risk Register is an integral part of the Organization’s performance management framework.
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Score: 648508.35 - https://www.icao.int/annual-re...corporate-risk-management.aspx
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UNICEF Bulgaria is seeking a short-term corporate partnerships consultant to contribute to the successful implementation of the Corporate Engagement Strategy. Under the supervision of the Fundraising Officer the consultant will support the execution of the corporate fundraising plan, with a focus on acquisition of high-value corporate donors. (...) Contribute to the implementation of the planned integrated fundraising campaign in 2021 by identifying corporate sponsorship, corporate influencers or corporate supporters.
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Score: 648458.54 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...%D1%80%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B2%D0%B0
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It... Corporate-level Evaluation on the IFAD Policy for Grant Financing 十一月 2014 Corporate-level evaluation. (...) IFAD’s rural Finance Policy - Corporate Level Evaluation 七月 2007 Corporate-level evaluation Rural finance. (...) IFAD’s Field Presence Pilot Programme 七月 2007 Corporate-level evaluation Introduction Background.
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Score: 648201.66 - https://www.ifad.org/zh-TW/web...oe/corporate-level-evaluations
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Questions How should “corporate capture” and its connection with human rights be defined? (...) Are there specific examples of undue corporate influence that has led to government decision-making that negatively impacts human rights? (...) (e.g., corporate sponsorship of science and academic research, etc.).
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Score: 648201.66 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/calls...ical-and-regulatory-sphere-and
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Programme Star for Children Programme Another way to become UNICEF Alliance ECD at Nakhon Si Thammarat Home Programme Menu Corporate Engagement Long Term Corporate Partner Star for Children Programme Corporate Donor Star for Children Programme Available in: English ไทย Star for Children Programme Silver Star for Children: For companies donating more than 1 million Baht within one calendar year With the Silver Star for Children, your company’s donation can  help UNICEF provide a complete emergency health kit that  contains medical supplies and other equipment to meet the urgent needs of 15,000 people for 3 months. (...) In recognition of your support, UNICEF will be pleased to offer your company: The use of a special Blue Star for Children badge for corporate communication A UNICEF Blue Star for Children certificate with your company name to recognize your contribution A UNICEF official donation receipt for tax benefits and Thank You letter Official recognition of your company as a Blue Star for Children corporate donor can provide a high level of positive visibility for your company’s brand 2021 Blue Star for Children corporate: Eastern Star Real Estate PCL The Siam Cement PCL Tetra Pak (Thailand) Ltd. (...) Unilever Thai Trading Limited GRABTAXI (THAILAND) COMPANY LIMITED Tencent (Thailand) Company Limited Krungsriayudhya Card Company Limited Should your organization be interested in a partnership with UNICEF or in making a donation to UNICEF, please contact: unicefthailand@unicef.org   or call at 02 356 9299 Back Learn more about how to engage with UNICEF Thailand Programme Corporate Engagement Maximize your corporate donation for children Explore our work Programme Long Term Corporate Partner Become a long term partner with UNICEF to build a better future for children Explore our work Programme Star for Children Programme Another way to become UNICEF Alliance Explore our work Programme Corporate Donor Donation from a company and its employees help make a real difference to life of children Explore our work Footer Main page What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Press centre About us Our targets 2021 UNICEF Thailand Representative Goodwill Ambassador and Friends of UNICEF Programme partners Corporate engagement Take action Volunteer with I Am UNICEF Become a donor Job vacancies Young People Advisory Board (YPAB) UNICEF NextGen Subscribe for newsletter Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 647947.36 - https://www.unicef.org/thailan...gement/star-children-programme
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