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The community counselors have proven to be an extremely productive and efficient workforce. At present there are 163 counselors and 11 supervisors working with the Jhpiego- supported NGOs. (...) J ar am illo a nd J . C ar do so Two counselors, Alexandra and Miquelina, from FBO Irmas Franciscanas providing health counseling to a mother and children in Marracuene, Mozambique Community counselors of NGO ADPP walk to their areas of work in the community at the beginning of the working day in Nacala, Mozambique
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Score: 1262770 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...e/forum/2011/15_Mozambique.pdf
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Once the MOH and NAC gave approval for the pilot project, five organizations were selected for the implementation phase and they recruited lay counselors, who were trained by Jhpiego. The lay counselors had to be able to read and write in Portuguese and to speak the relevant local language(s) of their geographic area and have a minimum education of grade 7. (...) The community counselors have proven to be an extremely productive and efficient workforce. At present there are 163 counselors and 11 supervisors working with the Jhpiego-supported NGOs.
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Score: 1251378.2 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...e/forum/2011/hrhawardscs15/en/
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Capacity building of vocational counselors for the promotion of women's entrepreneurship in Djibouti | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Djibouti Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Home Djibouti Capacity building of vocational counselors for the promotion of women's entrepreneurship in Djibouti Capacity building of vocational counselors for the promotion of women's entrepreneurship in Djibouti January 19, 2022 Capacity building of vocational counselors for the promotion of women's entrepreneurship in Djibouti  As part of the European Union (EU)-funded Women and Girls Empowerment Project (FEMFI), UNDP is supporting the efforts of the Ministry of Women and Family Affairs (FEMFI) to consolidate the economic empowerment of Djiboutian women and girls.
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Score: 1232430.9 - https://www.undp.org/djibouti/...mens-entrepreneurship-djibouti
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.), Abuja, Nigeria TEL + 234 810 677 0677 E-MAIL peteremuze@yahoo.com LANGUAGES English EDUCATION Masters in International Law and Diplomacy 1995 University of Lagos, Nigeria Postgraduate Diploma in Diplomatic Training 1985 Foreign Service Academy, Lagos, Nigeria Bachelor of Arts in English/Philosophy 1979 University of Lagos, Nigeria PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Represented Nigeria as a member of the Human Rights 2015 – 2017 Council (28th – 34th Sessions, including two special sessions) Coordinator, African Group of Ambassadors on WIPO matters 2015 & 2016 (championed the establishment of WIPO offices in Algeria & Nigeria) UN Human Rights Council member of Troika 2015 & 2016 for Human Rights Peer Review of Belarus and Azerbaijan President UN Conference on Disarmament 2016 Member of delegation, Nigerian Strategic Partnership Agreements 2006 & 2009 with China and the European Union Secretary Political Systems Subcommittee of Nigeria 2008 Electoral Reform Committee ________________________________________________________________________________________ Chargé d’Affaires 2015 – 2017 Nigerian Permanent Mission to the United Nations and other International Organizations in Geneva Director (2nd United Nations Division) 2013 – 2014 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abuja, Nigeria Deputy Director (3rd United Nations Division) 2012 – 2013 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abuja, Nigeria Deputy Director 2009 – 2012 Consulate General of Nigeria, Hong Kong Assistant Director (Intra - Inter Regional Affairs) 2006 – 2009 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abuja, Nigeria Minister Counselor (Asia and Pacific Department) 2004 – 2006 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abuja, Nigeria Minister Counselor (International Organizations Department) 2002 – 2004 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abuja, Nigeria Senior Counselor 2000 – 2002 Embassy of Nigeria, Rome, Italy Senior Counselor 1998 – 2000 Embassy of Nigeria, The Hague, Netherlands Senior Counselor (Presidential Protocol) 1995 – 1998 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nigeria Counselor (Presidential Protocol) 1992 – 1995 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Lagos, Nigeria First Secretary 1990 – 1992 Nigerian High Commission, Lusaka, Zambia First Secretary 1987 – 1989 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abuja, Nigeria Third Secretary 1983 – 1986 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Lagos, Nigeria CURRENT POSITION Consultant/Partner, Human Rights & Humanitarian Issues 2017 – Present Highbridge Rights Resource Group Limited PUBLICATIONS An Appraisal of the UN role in the Rwanda and Burundi Genocide (Master’s Thesis) 1
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Score: 1230201 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de.../CESCR/CVMembers/CV_EMUZE.docx
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Annex III Annex IV Biographical data form of candidates to human rights treaty bodies (Please respect the specified amount of lines when completing this form) Name and first name: El Borai Ahmed Date and place of birth: 29/10/1944 Working languages: Arabic, French Current position/function: (5 lines maximum)  Professor of Law & Head of the Social Legislation Department Faculty of Law, University of Cairo  Founder and Partner - El Borai & Partners A law firm Specialized and leading, since 1983, in Labor and Social Security Law, Civil and Commercial Law, Banking & Investment Law, Litigation, Arbitration & Labor Alternative Disputes Settlement Methods Main professional activities: (10 lines maximum) - Member of the United Nations Commission on application of the protection of migrant workers and their families - Chairman of Legal Cooperative Union General – Arab Republic of Egypt - Member of Expert Advisers' Committee on ILO Declaration - President of the Committee of Legal Experts of the Arab Labor Organization - Chairman of the Labor Relations Center, University of Cairo - The National Legal Expert for the preparation of the Unified Labor Bill - Legal Counselor to the Egyptian Parliament for the Committee of Labor Force - Permanent Representative of the Arab Republic of Egypt at the UNESCO - Cultural Counselor for the Arab Republic of Egypt in Paris - Legal Counselor to the University of Cairo Educational background: (5 lines maximum)  BA Law from the University of Cairo  Masters Private Law – University of Cairo  Masters Public Law – University of Cairo  Masters Public Law – University of Rennes – France  PhD Law – University of Rennes – France Other main activities in the field relevant to the mandate of the Committee on Migrant Workers: (10 lines maximum) Dr. (...) El Borai has held various academic and professional posts in the course of his blossoming career, among which one can cite Visiting Professor, University of Mohammed Ibn Abdallah, Morocco (1977); Visiting Professor, University of Riyadh (1977); Legal Counselor to the University of Cairo (1983); Visiting Professor, University of Rennes (1985); Cultural Counselor for Egypt in Paris (1986), Permanent Representative of Egypt to UNESCO (1987), Member of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (1991); Legal Counselor to the Egyptian Parliament for the Committee on Labor Force (1993); Head of the Labor Relations Centre, University of Cairo (1995); Visiting Professor, University of Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne (1997); former Minister to the Ministry of Manpower and Immigration (2011); and former Minister to the Ministry of Insurance and Social Affairs (2013).
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Score: 1214267.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ctions2015/CV_AhmedElBorai.pdf
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Cialfo: This software helps you and your college counselor organize your college search and application process. (...) Email:  The College Office sometimes sends important alerts via broadcast email, and individual counselors may send emails to their students/families with important updates about the application process. (...) Gather artwork for portfolio (if applicable) January Students receive counselor assignments and introduction email.   Complete Initial College T3 College Planning Survey UNIS College Kick-Off Event: Demystifying College Admissions  (for Juniors and their families) February First ACT Meetings with college counselor begins  March - April   Seek out your counselor - continue meeting  First SAT Attend College Planning Seminars (March-April)  Develop an initial college list with college counselor Visits to colleges during Spring Break - or extracurricular activities  ACT Attend Spring College Fair at UNIS (180+ universities attending)  Complete the College Office - Personal History Form  May Students and parents attend Saturday With Admissions program (required)  Seek out your counselor - continue meeting Attend College Essay Writing Workshop and/or UK Personal Statement Workshop Speak with your college counselor first, and then two teachers about letters of recommendation SAT Consider registration for SAT Subject Exams (only for students considering universities that require or strongly recommend such exams) Set up your Common Application (College Office workshop)  June First draft of your common application essay and/or UK personal statement  SAT or ACT Great month to visit colleges - to better understand your personal preferences and academic prospects for admission - looking for your match (fit).  
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Score: 1177020.4 - https://www.unis.org/academics/college-counseling
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Allow schools to take responsibility for dealing with bullying in line with school rules and regulations. 3. Talk to school counselors. If your child’s school has a counselor, talk to him or her about your child’s experience to determine the best way forward for your child. 4. (...) Discipline should always be immediate, non-violent and focussed on correcting the behaviour and rehabilitation (not humiliation or punishment).  2. Talk to school counselors. If your child’s school has a counselor, set up a meeting to discuss your child’s behaviour. One-on-one meetings between your child and the school counselor may also be helpful. Footer About us Partners Tenders Vacancies Research and reports Press Centre What we do Other UNICEF sites Faces of UNICEF Support UNICEF UNICEF Connect Voices of Youth Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1172581.25 - https://www.unicef.org/uzbekis...r-childs-school-about-bullying
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UNICEF/Mozambique/Claudio Fauvrelle SMS BIZ counselor and Aida Novela (SMS BIZ coordinator). Current Status of the WhatsApp Integration Since its deployment on 28 July 2018, the Mozambique U-Report WhatsApp has been growing steadily. (...) The U-Partners page is the dashboard accessed by peer counselors, through which counselling services are managed and questions are answered. It’s through this page that a counselor can reply to a user in total anonymity and follow through any case that requires more than just one counselling message.
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Score: 1170360.7 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...-pilots-with-unicef-mozambique
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The desk is staffed by a transgender woman who is also a trained peer educator and HIV counselor from COLOR, and is supervised by the SHC manager/physician. (...) As I am the only transgender peer counselor in Trans-desk, waiting time for them may be long as the counseling process can also takes time. (...) Sometimes I’m lucky, as there are transgender counselors from Cebu plus organization in city health department that can be available to assist me with other clients.
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Score: 1155242.6 - https://www.who.int/philippine...health-services-on-hiv-and-sti
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Hildamalia Heredia is a child protection counselor in the municipality of Baruta, in Caracas. One of the questions I asked her was how it made her feel to be a protection counselor. Eyes shining, she replied enthusiastically: “Proud, satisfied. (...) When you follow up with them and things are getting better, you see the difference.”   Counselors and advocates for children share a sense of pride in what they do every day.
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Score: 1154457.9 - https://www.unicef.org/venezue...ect-every-child-and-adolescent
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