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The second is on 'Export Credit Agencies and the UN Guiding Principles', and III. (...) The workshop will shed light on the emerging practical application of the UNGPs to the work of Export Credit Agencies – based on very concrete work from one Export Credit Agency both in relation to their own responsibility to respect human rights and to their application in concrete projects (it is possible that 1 or 2 concrete pilots can be demonstrated at the side event). (...) Modality: To enable a focused discussion, the side event will start off with a short presentation of a specific Export Credit Agency's recent work with aligning their practices with the UNGPs.
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Score: 1064346.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...side_events_GLOBALCSR_3009.pdf
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Share × Close Warrantage scheme boosts Niger farm incomes Credit-based system improves livelihoods Niger farmers can use their crops to get credit ©Photo: ©FAO/Alberto Conti 12/04/2010 12 April 2010, Rome - An ingenious financing scheme designed by FAO to allow African smallholder farmers to make more money is to be scaled up in Niger, where it was pioneered, and extended to Burkina Faso, Mali and Senegal. (...) Warrantage FAO’s solution was to introduce into the project a version of warrantage, or inventory credit system, used by European farmers in the 19th century. (...) “Simple, storage-based credit systems can also play an important role in improving their livelihoods.”
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Score: 1036830.2 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...e-boosts-Niger-farm-incomes/en
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Warrantage FAO’s solution was to introduce into the project a version of warrantage, or inventory credit system, used by European farmers in the 19th century. (...) The credit gave the smallholders the means to buy essential inputs for the next planting and also allowed them to hold on to the produce until the lean season — when food stocks start to run low and prices climb. (...) “Simple, storage-based credit systems can also play an important role in improving their livelihoods.”
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Score: 1018212.9 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/pt/item/40281/icode/
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Warrantage FAO’s solution was to introduce into the project a version of warrantage, or inventory credit system, used by European farmers in the 19th century. (...) The credit gave the smallholders the means to buy essential inputs for the next planting and also allowed them to hold on to the produce until the lean season — when food stocks start to run low and prices climb. (...) “Simple, storage-based credit systems can also play an important role in improving their livelihoods.”
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Score: 1018212.9 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/en/item/40281/icode/
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Warrantage FAO’s solution was to introduce into the project a version of warrantage, or inventory credit system, used by European farmers in the 19th century. (...) The credit gave the smallholders the means to buy essential inputs for the next planting and also allowed them to hold on to the produce until the lean season — when food stocks start to run low and prices climb. (...) “Simple, storage-based credit systems can also play an important role in improving their livelihoods.”
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Score: 1018212.9 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/it/item/40281/icode/
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We prefer payment by credit card. Bank Transfer Cheque Visa Master Card American Express For payment by major credit cards, please provide your credit card details below. (...) Methods of payment are: cheque, bank transfer or major credit card listed above. If payment is not received within fourteen (14) days, ICAO may not guarantee the customer’s first choice for the booth number or the sponsorship slot. 4. (...) Pens, USB sticks, mugs, memo pads, etc.) on tables or stands other than their own. These tables or stands are reserved for ICAO.
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Score: 1011234.6 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...0Seminar%20Brazil_June2018.pdf
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We prefer payment by credit card. Bank Transfer Cheque Visa Master Card American Express For payment by major credit cards, please provide your credit card details below. (...) Methods of payment are: cheque, bank transfer or major credit card listed above. If payment is not received within fourteen (14) days, ICAO may not guarantee the customer’s first choice for the booth number or the sponsorship slot. 4. (...) Pens, USB sticks, mugs, memo pads, etc.) on tables or stands other than their own. These tables or stands are reserved for ICAO.
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Score: 1011234.6 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...Documents/Vendor_Agreement.pdf
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WHO is working with those involved in health – from policy-makers to healthworkers, patients and communities – to ensure we are all playing a role in protecting people’s human rights and dignity, and standing up to abuses whenever they occur. These include efforts to:   Carlos Jasso © Credits End unlawful medical detention Detention of patients and family members for non-payment of medical bills is harmful to health and contrary to international law. (...) UN Photo/John Isaac © Credits End child marriage Child marriage violates human rights. (...) Find out more Jonathan Torgovnik © Credits Prevent maternal deaths and ill health Maternal health is a rights issue.
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Score: 1009754 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...ictures/detail/right-to-health
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Credit: OCHA/Iason Athanasiadis Previous Next 05 Nov 2014 Iraq: As winter comes 25 September 2014, Kasnazan, Iraq: Displaced persons stand in a queue to receive food supplies at a distribution site in the Kasnazan area of Erbil Governorate, in northern Iraq. (...) Parcels contain items including rice, flour, cooking oil, pasta and lentils and are enough to feed a family of five for one month. Credit: OCHA/Iason Athanasiadis 25 September 2014, Mala Omar, Iraq: A boy stands in front of supplies at a World Food Program distribution site in the Mala Omar area of Erbil Governorate, in northern Iraq. (...) The Iraqi Red Crescent has scaled up the delivery of life-saving assistance to thousands of refugee families. Credit: Iraqi Red Crescent June 2014, Iraq: An Iraqi woman and her son, internally displaced from Mosul, stand beside a water truck on the road leading past the Garmava transit camp.
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Score: 1009078.2 - https://www.unocha.org/node/947254/multimedia
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China "long-standing" partnership with Africa continues to evolve | Africa Renewal Skip to main content   Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: English Africa Renewal Africa Renewal Toggle navigation e-Magazine Stories Topics Climate Change Culture and Education Economic Development Gender Health Human Rights Peace and Security Sustainable Development Goals Youth Book Review Digital Digital Refugees & Migrants UN Affairs Podcast Search form Search Campaign China "long-standing" partnership with Africa continues to evolve Get monthly e-newsletter News China "long-standing" partnership with Africa continues to evolve By:  Jocelyne Sambira Photo Credit: Bo Li/Africa Renewal Ibrahim Mayaki. Photo Credit: Bo Li/Africa Renewal Africa's partnership with China is a long-standing and continues to evolve in the interest of both parties, according to the CEO of an African Union development agency.
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Score: 1007176.2 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...ership-africa-continues-evolve
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