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Photo essay 05 August 2019 promoting optimal infant and young child feeding practices More than 850 health centers and 50 mobile teams to provide caregivers across Syria with the needed guidance to correctly feed their young children.
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Score: 928585.45 - https://www.unicef.org/syria/topics/breastfeeding
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Article 5: Licensed hotels and guesthouses have an obligation to the National Fund in order to promote tourism as specified by the state. The responsibility for the collection of such fees is assigned to the Cabinet Office of the Municipality of Vientiane Tourism Office who must collect and transfer such monies to the account of the National Fund in order to promote tourism and the National Tourism Authority in accordance with the regulations. (...) The fine will be not more than 50,000 kip equivalent to US$50. 25.2 They fail to honor their obligations to the National Fund for the Promotion of Tourism in keeping with the regulations and in the time specified by the authorities concerned. (...) Article 30: Any monies arising from the payment of the various fines will be transferred to the National Fund for the Promotion of Tourism in accordance with the regulations.
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Score: 926621.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/lao_e/WTACCLAO3A1_LEG_47.pdf
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Audits of external offices, multidisciplinary advisory teams and technical cooperation projects aimed to ensure that resources were used economically and efficiently, expenditure was properly incurred, authorized and recorded, and that assets were properly controlled, safeguarded from loss and correctly accounted for. Headquarters audits 4. An audit was carried out of the Central Payroll Unit of the Payment Authorization Section in the Budget and Finance Branch. (...) Recommendations were, however, made regarding the monitoring of the sales of the Institute's publications in order to evaluate promotional activities that would enhance the Institute's outputs; more consultation with the branch in the ILO specializing in printing matters to ensure the best technical specifications and prices for the Institute's external printing contracts; the limitation of authority for the issue of external collaboration contracts and better control of staff leave and performance appraisals. 6. (...) The audit showed that the responsibilities with regard to the monitoring, authorization and certification of external printing and binding contracts needed to be more clearly defined and that certain delegations of authority had not been correctly formalized. 7. The policies, procedures and financial controls in place with regard to the payments processed by the Payment Authorization Section in the Budget and Finance Branch of the Department of Finance were reviewed.
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Score: 926024 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...s/relm/gb/docs/gb271/pfa-5.htm
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Audits of external offices, multidisciplinary advisory teams and technical cooperation projects aimed to ensure that resources were used economically and efficiently, expenditure was properly incurred, authorized and recorded, and that assets were properly controlled, safeguarded from loss and correctly accounted for. Headquarters audits 4. An audit was carried out of the Central Payroll Unit of the Payment Authorization Section in the Budget and Finance Branch. (...) Recommendations were, however, made regarding the monitoring of the sales of the Institute's publications in order to evaluate promotional activities that would enhance the Institute's outputs; more consultation with the branch in the ILO specializing in printing matters to ensure the best technical specifications and prices for the Institute's external printing contracts; the limitation of authority for the issue of external collaboration contracts and better control of staff leave and performance appraisals. 6. (...) The audit showed that the responsibilities with regard to the monitoring, authorization and certification of external printing and binding contracts needed to be more clearly defined and that certain delegations of authority had not been correctly formalized. 7. The policies, procedures and financial controls in place with regard to the payments processed by the Payment Authorization Section in the Budget and Finance Branch of the Department of Finance were reviewed.
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Score: 926024 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...s/relm/gb/docs/gb271/pfa-5.htm
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Breastfeeding, initiated within the first hour of birth, provided exclusively for six months, and continued up to two years or beyond alongside safe and appropriate complementary foods, is considered one of the most powerful practices for promoting child wellbeing. It improves child survival, protects against life-threatening and chronic illnesses, and promotes healthy growth and early child development. (...) A recent SBCC capacity assessment has identified ongoing gaps in running successful SBCC activities to promote optimal maternal, infant, and young child feeding practices. (...) “The first one is continuing to promote counselling support, especially for young mothers, on the benefit of breastfeeding and on the harm of using breastmilk substitutes.
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Score: 925796.1 - https://www.unicef.org/cambodi...worrying-decline-breastfeeding
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Subsequently, he was promoted to the position of Interpreter at the P-4 level. (...) Zeid’s Answer 12. The UNDT correctly determined that there were excessive delays by the Administration in completing the promotion exercise within a reasonable time. (...) Zeid was one of the two candidates recommended for promotion in the second selection process and he had a legitimate interest in the timely resolution of the process.
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Score: 924107.6 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...at/judgments/2014-UNAT-401.pdf
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Quality data is crucial to correctly understand and combat maternal mortality and to accurately assess progress. (...) Nor should Member States respond to economic and demographic changes by legalizing or promoting euthanasia or assisted suicide. No right to euthanasia or “right to die” has ever been established in international law.
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Score: 923680.1 - https://www.un.org/development...desa_pd_2016_mccl_en_item4.pdf
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Knowledge of numbers/statistics   An understanding of the implication(s) of the statistics produced   A comprehension of statistics and their meanings in a way to correctly convey the underlying information to others  Public sector workers are no ordinary citizens   They inform policies and programmes   They sometimes collect and have custody of administrative data   They provide service to fellow citizens which may be based on opinions rather than facts STATISTICAL LITERACY IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR  Administrative Data   Many MDAs handle administrative data but do not have statisticians on staff   The manners in which data are collected, archived and retrieved have implication for its use and value, e.g., continuous vs. discrete; proportion vs. percentage:   Should information on age be recorded as actual age or as age categories?   (...) The value of administrative data to inform policy is undermined if those in custody of the data have limited knowledge of statistics STATISTICAL LITERACY IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR  Engaging the public   Facts about government programmes and policies could help promote it, e.g. the SDGs   Transforming information into relevant statistics requires a minimum level of statistical expertise  Service to fellow citizens   Unintentional but erroneous action/advice/opinion based on faulty statistics could be costly   Reliance on “the expert” does not encourage the development of minimal statistical skills A PROPOSAL FOR ADVANCING STATISTICAL LITERACY IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR  Short/Medium-term   Implement short courses in Basic Statistics for public sector staff without prior training in statistics but who have responsibility for handling administrative data   Encourage greater interaction of MDAs with the NSO (through policy or public sector enlightenment) especially ahead of a survey being conducted and throughout the processes of data collection and analysis   Invest in infographics to make statistics more appealing in the public sector A PROPOSAL FOR ADVANCING STATISTICAL LITERACY IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR  Long-term   Have at least a statistician or staff adequately trained in statistics assigned to any MDA that handles administrative data   Make dissemination of public data/statistics the default except where confidentiality concerns preclude same   Feedback from data users could help convey the value attached to the data
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Score: 920181.2 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...ving_data_literacy_-_abdul.pdf
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. + = (4) + + + Accuracy is the most intuitive performance measure and it is simply a ratio of correctly predicted observation to 4.2 Evaluation the total observations. Precision is the ratio of correctly predicted positive observations to the total predicted pos‑ To measure ML‑based classi iers’ performance, we use itive observations. (...) The recall is the ratio of correctly pre‑ measure, and Accuracy. These metrics are calculated by dicted positive observations to all observations in the 108 © International Telecommunication Union, 2021     119     120     121     122     123     124     125     126     127     128     129          
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Score: 917879.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page124.html
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The revisions were aimed at boosting Jordan’s trade competitiveness, supporting the host communities, and promoting job creation for Jordanians and Syrians. (...) The EU-ILO collaboration is now in its second phase, focusing on two outcomes: (i) Employment and job matching services facilitate access for Jordanian and Syrian job seekers to decent work opportunities in sectors exporting to the EU under the new trade agreement; and (ii) decent work principles are monitored and promoted in enterprises authorised to benefit from the EU relaxed RoO. (...) Decent work requirements Despite some improvements, three out of four factories failed to keep one accurate payroll; three out of four factories failed to pay regular overtime correctly; and two out of four factories failed to pay special overtime correctly, according to the report.
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Score: 916396.6 - www.ilo.org/beirut/medi...WCMS_855117/lang--en/index.htm
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