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However, it was difficult to obtain the cooperation of key elements of the local government and progress was slow. (...) In respect of “Key Result 2”, the same score was given and the two indicators were noted as “achieved”. The same assessment was given for “Key Result 3” except in relation to Page 6 of 10 Case No.
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Score: 793164.65 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2009-073.pdf
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Priority: Critical Reporting Responsibility: EO Management Response: Accepted Key planned follow actions Timeframe Responsible entities Comments 1.1 Develop an OCHA duty of care framework. (...) Priority: Important Reporting Responsibility: People Strategy and Management Committee and OAD Management Response: Accepted Key planned follow actions Timeframe Responsible entities Comments 2.1 The People Strategy and Management Committee will begin holding twice-annual meetings focused on duty of care and critical incidents (recommendation 7), starting in the second semester of 2018. (...) Priority: Critical Reporting Responsibility: EO Management Response: Accepted Key planned follow actions Timeframe Responsible entities Comments 11.1 Provide feedback to OHRM/DM and advocate for better access to medical care and better insurance claims processes on behalf of all OCHA staff.
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Score: 688038 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...gement%20Response%20Plan_0.pdf
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The fragmentation, it was clearly noted, related to the lack of harmonization and proper coordination in the implementation of the different approaches. 2.5.1 Critical Issue Of critical concern to the major group is the need to ensure harmonization in the programmes ensuring that coordination activities acknowledges the key role of NGOs ,WMG and civil society as key partners 2.6. (...) This included clear understanding of the constraints and challenges as well as the measures needed to advance implementation. 2.7.1 Critical / Relevant Issues There are some key considerations that in VAM’s opinion the implementation of the CAADP must consider with regards to women, children and the vulnerable. (...) Africa’s food security situation, it was clear, required a concerted effort among countries taking effective and targeted measures which goes beyond projects and programmes to an assessment of local social conditions. 2.6.1 Critical Issues Indeed it is important to agree with some of the key recommendations provided in the presentation, which are the need to strengthen the links between nutrition and agricultural development since it indeed holds the key to addressing malnourishment among children.
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Score: 684057.6 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd..._pdfs/mg_csd18_rim_eca_vam.pdf
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Advisors from private sectorAdvisors from private sector •• Industry associations fromIndustry associations from CII and ICTsCII and ICTs Critical infrastructuresCritical infrastructures Business and economicBusiness and economic •• Key companiesKey companies •• Civil societyCivil society •• Other significant voicesOther significant voices 66 Copyright 2009, CTP, Inc. (...) In national securityIn national security c.c. For national critical infrastructuresFor national critical infrastructures d.d. (...) Industry sector groupsIndustry sector groups d.d. Interdependent critical industry sector groupingsInterdependent critical industry sector groupings 3.3.
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Score: 683540.33 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/cyb/...N-national-strategy-nov-09.pdf
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Take advantage of the catalytic effect of the Global Strategy to maintain high-level political support 5. Address critical heath systems constraints, particularly human resources Key recommendations 6. (...) Increase efforts in other sectors critical to women’s and children’s health 8. Stronger information systems to track health outcomes and financial resources to improve policy and planning 9. Promote the role of parliamentarians, civil society and media as key stakeholders of accountability for women's and children's health 10.
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Score: 682915.62 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...tefan_germann_presentation.pdf
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Take advantage of the catalytic effect of the Global Strategy to maintain high-level political support 5. Address critical heath systems constraints, particularly human resources Key recommendations 6. (...) Increase efforts in other sectors critical to women’s and children’s health 8. Stronger information systems to track health outcomes and financial resources to improve policy and planning 9. Promote the role of parliamentarians, civil society and media as key stakeholders of accountability for women's and children's health 10.
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Score: 682915.62 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi..._pmnch_report_presentation.pdf
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Under sec. 8.3, the FRO had the primary role of evaluating the extent to which the Applicant achieved the goals and key results as set out in the workplan, Case No. (...) Whilst the Applicant achieved the majority of goals and key outputs, both FROs and the SRO had “an obligation to comment on areas where the Applicant required improvement”. 45. (...) When reading these comments, they were predominantly critical of the Applicant’s performance, especially regarding his attitude and behavior, although the quality of Case No.
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Score: 679579 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-030.pdf
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Key Action(s) Time Frame Responsible Unit(s) 3 • The funding spread will continue to be a key decision taken by the CHF Advisory Board (AB) when endorsing the envelopes per cluster during the endorsement of the CHF Allocation Strategy. (...) Other elements such as life-saving, most urgent humanitarian needs and critical gaps and funding levels per cluster are weighed in the process. (...) November 2015 HFU EVALUATION RECOMMENDATION 10: Human resource planning must become more responsive, reliable and timely to ensure that critical management and key international and national support posts are not left unfilled for extended periods.
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Score: 668283.6 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...CHF%20Evaluation%20Somalia.pdf
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Each model key-note presentation will be then followed by a presentation reporting on the experience of its application, mostly within countries of the NENA Region. Session 9: SIMS (Satellite Irrigation Management Support) Date: 26 May 2021 Time: 5 PM (GMT +2) This webinar will provide a brief description of key algorithms, step-wise synoptic view of calculation procedures to arrive to ET, where input data are coming from, which sensors are used, what spatial, temporal and spectral resolutions are used, what are the critical steps prone to errors, what to do to reduce errors, strengths and weakness of the model, expected uncertainty, best application purposes and brief examples. (...) Agenda and speakers: Topic Speaker Duration Brief recap & introduction Moderator: Pasquale Steduto 10 min SIMS Forrest Melton 40 min Q&A session Moderator: Pasquale Steduto 40 min Wrap-up and concluding remarks   10 min Session 8: ET Watch Date: 19 May 2021 Time: 1 PM (GMT +2) This webinar will provide a brief description of key algorithms, step-wise synoptic view of calculation procedures to arrive to ET, where input data are coming from, which sensors are used, what spatial, temporal and spectral resolutions are used, what are the critical steps prone to errors, what to do to reduce errors, strengths and weakness of the model, expected uncertainty, best application purposes and brief examples.
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Score: 666405.13 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...na/webinars/rs-et/module-1/en/
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It is important to understand the relationship among cybersecurity, critical infrastructure (CI), critical information infrastructure (CII), critical information infrastructure protection (CIIP), and non-critical infrastructure. (...) While definitions may vary slightly, critical infrastructures (CI) are generally considered as the key systems, services and functions whose disruption or destruction would have a debilitating impact on public health and safety, commerce, and national security, or any combination of those matters. (...) Across the board, these sectors and their physical assets today depend upon the reliable functioning of this critical information infrastructure (CII) to deliver their services and to conduct business.
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Score: 665903.12 - https://www.itu.int/council/gr.../pd/doc03-bdt-contribution.doc
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