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Web_Annex_3_UHC_DataCountries_f.xlsx Country Population: who is covered? Services: which services are covered? Direct costs: proportion of the costs covered Afghanistan According to government estimates, 57% of the population have access to basic health care. (...) Page 2 Country Population: who is covered? Services: which services are covered? Direct costs: proportion of the costs covered India Overall effective coverage is very low. (...) Page 3 Country Population: who is covered? Services: which services are covered? Direct costs: proportion of the costs covered Morocco Compulsory social insurance, in place since 2002, covers the employed, retirees, students and the military.
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Score: 465205.3 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...nnex_3_UHC_DataCountries_f.pdf
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Accordingly, the publication of the West African Land Cover Reference System (WALCRS) was prepared and is the first regional land cover reference system of its kind. It serves as the foundation for the development of national and/or regional land cover information. The WALCRS is the result of a joint initiative towards harmonized land cover monitoring among nations and regional and international organizations. The development of the publication followed the release of the latest international standard on land cover (ISO 19144-2). In addition to providing a strong foundation for the harmonization and integration of land cover information from West African nations and organizations, the publication will help to connect land cover information from different sources and make it interoperable.
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Score: 465172.2 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...ews/news-details/es/c/1600405/
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Accordingly, the publication of the West African Land Cover Reference System (WALCRS) was prepared and is the first regional land cover reference system of its kind. It serves as the foundation for the development of national and/or regional land cover information. The WALCRS is the result of a joint initiative towards harmonized land cover monitoring among nations and regional and international organizations. The development of the publication followed the release of the latest international standard on land cover (ISO 19144-2). In addition to providing a strong foundation for the harmonization and integration of land cover information from West African nations and organizations, the publication will help to connect land cover information from different sources and make it interoperable.
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Score: 465172.2 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...ews/news-details/fr/c/1600405/
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Accordingly, the publication of the West African Land Cover Reference System (WALCRS) was prepared and is the first regional land cover reference system of its kind. It serves as the foundation for the development of national and/or regional land cover information. The WALCRS is the result of a joint initiative towards harmonized land cover monitoring among nations and regional and international organizations. The development of the publication followed the release of the latest international standard on land cover (ISO 19144-2). In addition to providing a strong foundation for the harmonization and integration of land cover information from West African nations and organizations, the publication will help to connect land cover information from different sources and make it interoperable.
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Score: 465172.2 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...ews/news-details/ru/c/1600405/
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Share × Close FAO initiative brings global land cover data under one roof for the first time New database most-reliable global view of planetary land cover assembled to-date Croplands cover 12.6 percent of the Earth's surface. (...) Up to now, one of the major challenges to getting a good global overview of land cover - e.g. how much land is covered by croplands, trees or forests, bare soils, etc. - has been the fact that different countries and organizations go about identifying, measuring and recording such data in diverse ways. (...) FAO's new database includes eleven global land cover layers: artificial surfaces (which cover 0.6 percent of the Earth's surface) bare soils (15.2 percent) croplands (12.6 percent) grasslands (13.0 percent) herbaceous vegetation (1.3 percent) inland water bodies (2.6 percent) mangroves (0.1 percent) shrub-covered areas (9.5 percent) snow and glaciers (9.7 percent) sparse vegetation (7.7 percent) tree-covered areas (27.7 percent) More on this topic Global Land Cover SHARE database (GLC-SHARE) FAO's work on land resources GLC-SHARE downloadable data via FAO GeoNetwork Contact George Kourous FAO Media Relations (Rome) (+39) 06 570 53168 [email protected] Follow us on FAO Organizational Chart Worldwide offices Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices Jobs Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Download our app © FAO 2022
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Score: 465172.2 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...one-roof-for-the-first-time/en
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The extent to which workers are covered by collective agreements should be indicated by calculating the number of workers covered by agreements as a percentage of the total number of workers in the various industries. 4. (...) (a) Classification of agreements by the number of establishments covered: (i) agreements covering one establishment; (ii) agreements covering 2 to 20 establishments; (iii) agreements covering 21 to 100 establishments; (iv) agreements covering more than 100 establishments. (b) Classification of agreements according to the number of workers covered: (i) agreements covering less than 100 workers; (ii) agreements covering 100 to 1,000 workers; (iii) agreements covering 1,001 to 10,000 workers; (iv) agreements covering 10,001 to 100,000 workers; (v) agreements covering more than 100,000 workers.
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Score: 464897.75 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...tiveinstrument/wcms_087547.pdf
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The extent to which workers are covered by collective agreements should be indicated by calculating the number of workers covered by agreements as a percentage of the total number of workers in the various industries. 4. (...) (a) Classification of agreements by the number of establishments covered: (i) agreements covering one establishment; (ii) agreements covering 2 to 20 establishments; (iii) agreements covering 21 to 100 establishments; (iv) agreements covering more than 100 establishments. (b) Classification of agreements according to the number of workers covered: (i) agreements covering less than 100 workers; (ii) agreements covering 100 to 1,000 workers; (iii) agreements covering 1,001 to 10,000 workers; (iv) agreements covering 10,001 to 100,000 workers; (v) agreements covering more than 100,000 workers.
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Score: 464897.75 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...tiveinstrument/wcms_087547.pdf
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A new International Standard on land cover classification means that the dataset has a legend that better meets the needs of rigorous land cover ‘formalization’ required for cartography, with the user-friendliness and flexibility required by end users. (...) Approach to Land Cover mapping The FAO approach to land cover mapping combines innovative technologies, multi-temporal high-resolution imagery, standards and tools developed specifically to assess land characteristics. 1. Standards With the objective to describe the land in a non-ambiguous way, the approach ensures interoperability and comparability of national, regional and global land cover classification systems. FAO has contributed significantly to the development of the Land Cover Meta Language (LCML) which became a joint FAO/ISO standard (ISO 19144-2:2012) and is based on the original FAO Land Cover Classification System (LCCS).
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Score: 464746.14 - https://www.fao.org/geospatial/projects/detail/es/c/1120676/
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A new International Standard on land cover classification means that the dataset has a legend that better meets the needs of rigorous land cover ‘formalization’ required for cartography, with the user-friendliness and flexibility required by end users. (...) Approach to Land Cover mapping The FAO approach to land cover mapping combines innovative technologies, multi-temporal high-resolution imagery, standards and tools developed specifically to assess land characteristics. 1. Standards With the objective to describe the land in a non-ambiguous way, the approach ensures interoperability and comparability of national, regional and global land cover classification systems. FAO has contributed significantly to the development of the Land Cover Meta Language (LCML) which became a joint FAO/ISO standard (ISO 19144-2:2012) and is based on the original FAO Land Cover Classification System (LCCS).
Language:English
Score: 464746.14 - https://www.fao.org/geospatial/projects/detail/fr/c/1120676/
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A new International Standard on land cover classification means that the dataset has a legend that better meets the needs of rigorous land cover ‘formalization’ required for cartography, with the user-friendliness and flexibility required by end users. (...) Approach to Land Cover mapping The FAO approach to land cover mapping combines innovative technologies, multi-temporal high-resolution imagery, standards and tools developed specifically to assess land characteristics. 1. Standards With the objective to describe the land in a non-ambiguous way, the approach ensures interoperability and comparability of national, regional and global land cover classification systems. FAO has contributed significantly to the development of the Land Cover Meta Language (LCML) which became a joint FAO/ISO standard (ISO 19144-2:2012) and is based on the original FAO Land Cover Classification System (LCCS).
Language:English
Score: 464746.14 - https://www.fao.org/geospatial/projects/detail/zh/c/1120676/
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