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Pain of genital cutting remains with Kenyan activist | Africa Renewal Skip to main content Get the free mobile apps Get the latest news from us on our apps.   (...) UN Photo/Manuel Elias A Kenyan woman who was subjected to female genital mutilation or cutting has described how the pain of the experience has remained with her into adulthood. (...) Keziah Bianca Oseko, who was cut as a young girl has been attending an event at UN headquarters to mark the  International Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM .
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Score: 578772.75 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...utting-remains-kenyan-activist
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Cross-cutting services | UNIDO Skip to main content quick access For Member States Employment Procurement For researchers Publications Statistical databases Research services Director General Quick Access Main navigation Who we are Who we are UNIDO in brief 2030 Agenda and the SDGs Programme for Country Partnership Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development Third Industrial Development Decade for Africa GMIS - Global Manufacturing & Industrialisation Summit UNIDO Worldwide Our focus Our focus Creating shared prosperity Advancing economic competitiveness Safeguarding the environment Strengthening Knowledge and Institutions Cross-cutting services Building a better future Stories News Centre News Centre News articles Events Multimedia Resources Resources Policymaking Organs Evaluation and Internal Oversight Procurement Statistics Publications Employment Home Our focus Cross-cutting services Sidebar - Our focus Creating shared prosperity Advancing economic competitiveness Safeguarding the environment Strengthening Knowledge and Institutions Cross-cutting services Circular economy Green Industry Gender equality and the empowerment of women Industrial policy advice, research and statistics UNIDO and Small Island Developing States (SIDS) South-South and Triangular Industrial Cooperation Partnerships for prosperity Standard-setting and compliance Technical cooperation Building a better future UNIDO provides a number of cross-cutting services that support countries in implementing their ISID policies and programmes through targeted knowledge products, networking and partnership facilitation, including along a South-South axis, and rigorous results monitoring and reporting at all levels. (...) A dedicated gender mainstreaming unit has been established in UNIDO’s executive office to oversee and guide the implementation of this strategy. UNIDO's cross-cutting services [ 1.9 MB ] Download Footer Who we are UNIDO in brief History UNIDO Worldwide Director General Our focus UNIDO & the SDGs Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development Programme for Country Partnership Third Industrial Development Decade for Africa GMIS - Global Manufacturing & Industrialisation Summit Explore Projects Stories News Publications More Employment Procurement Legal Resources Scam Alert Evaluation and Internal Oversight Report Wrongdoing Contact Information Press and Media Disclaimer © 2017 United Nations Industrial Development Organization
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Score: 577566.4 - https://www.unido.org/our-focus/cross-cutting-services
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Determines 0/1. Necessity: above cut-off point ALL countries are on track. Sufficiency: above cut-off point NO countries are not on track. (...) Because needs knowledge from researchers and policy makers! 16/20 The problem of cut-off points 17/20 Number of countries % vaccinated % vaccinated NOT ON TRACK ON TRACK Not sufficient: there are not on track countries above the cut-off point Necessary: no country is on track below the cut-off point 0 0 1 1 The problem of cut-off points 17/20 Number of countries % vaccinated % vaccinated NOT ON TRACK ON TRACK Sufficient: no country is not on track countries above the cut-off point Not necessary: some countries are on track below the cut-off point 0 0 1 1 Example 1 of cut-off point 18/20 0 2 4 6 8 0 .5 1 1.5 0 .5 1 1.5 not on track on track Fr eq ue nc y Community health workers (per 1,000 people) Comment: dotted line refers to cut-off value used for QCA analysis, here: average=.4. (...) Results from a Boolean, Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) Outline Research question QCA and Boolean Algebra Necessary and sufficient conditions Necessary and sufficient conditions Boolean algebra Software and applications Research design Research design Additional Analysis Additional Analysis Additional Analysis Additional Analysis QCA summary Example for MDG4 The problem of cut-off points The problem of cut-off points The problem of cut-off points Example 1 of cut-off point Example 2 of cut-off point Conclusion Which factors are necessary and/or sufficient for accelerated reduction of maternal and child mortality in low and middle-income countries?
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Score: 577551.37 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...blications/success_factors.pdf
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This is performed in one of the following ways: : 1-1-1-2 Slaughter: Cutting the throat: cutting the trachea and esophagus, and juaular veins and usually used in sheep, cattle and poultry. 2-1-1-2 Slaying: Stabbing in the throat and then cutting it up to the top of the chest. (...) Electrical stunning is not permitted for poultry. 3-3 The requirements of the method of slaughter (Al Zakah): 3-3-1 Mention of the name of Allah when slaughtering (Bismillah). 3-3-2 2 That the slaughter (Zakah) of the animal be carried out in one of the Islamic Law (Shari’a) ways mentioned in Section (2/1). 3-3-3 The animal is slaughtered by cutting the trachea, the esophagus and the jugular veins from the front, from the side of the chest, not on the side of the back of the neck or the back. 3-3-4 The neck of the animal must not be cut or broken or any other similar action undertaken, until the bleeding has stopped. 3-3-5 part of the animal is cut until the slaughter (Zakah) has been performed. 3-3-6 Animals should not be slaughtered nor stored in places, nor using instruments that have been used on animals whose meat Muslims are forbidden to eat. 3-4 Requirements of Supervision, Control and Stamping. 3-4-1 Every consignment should be accompanied by a certificate ratified by the missions of the concerned GCC states, or their representatives, or a certificate issued by an Islamic Center or establishment (if any) recognized by the concerned authorities in the GCC states, proving that the slaughter has been carried out in accordance with the rules of Islamic Law (Shari’a). The latter must be ratified by the missions of the GCC states or their representatives. 3-4-2 The stamp of the Islamic Center or establishment should be difficult to forge and the ink should be permanent and non-toxic. 3-4-3 Every slaughtered animal (chilled or frozen) or the final packages of special cuts of meat should bear the stamp of the Islamic Center or establishment by its representative to indicate that the slaying has been done under the supervision of that center or establishment.
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Score: 576371.04 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/yem_e/WTACCYEM32A1_LEG_1.pdf
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Cross - cutting [CR.A] [CR.8] 148. Cross- cutting [CR.6] 148. (...) Cross - cutting [CR.D] CR.12 CR.6 CR.E CR.A CR.6 148. Cross- cutting CR.11 148. (...) MONUSCO [CR.E] [CR.6] [CR.11] 148: Cross- cutting [CR.E] [CR.C] [CR.7] [CR.9] [CR.11] 148: Support Account UNLB [CR.7] [CR.D] [CR.11] 148.
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Score: 576371.04 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...formal-informals_1-24_June.pdf
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Any reservation request after cut-off date will be subject to availability and might be quoted with a different rate. 6. (...) Any reservation request after cut-off date will be subject to availability and might be quoted with a different rate. 6. (...) Please pay attention to the cut-off date specified by each hotel. Any reservation request after the cut-off date is subject to availability and might be quoted with a different rate.
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Score: 575860.3 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...1/5.%20Hotel%20Information.pdf
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Some years back, my parents talked to me about female genital mutilation and the harmful effects, and I accepted, and I said that there is no way that I will be cut. When the cutting season [was] reached, the community members told me that I have to be cut. I refused and I told them that cutting is not for the girl child and it is not in the bible." (...) With her mother’s support and that of the local police, Teresia was able to stay at a safe house that provides temporary refuge for girls during the cutting season. There, she has been able to continue her education without fear of cutting.
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Score: 575297.07 - https://www.un.org/en/exhibits...age/voices-resilience%E2%80%8B
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Only the figures for cutting export subsidies appear in the agreement.     Developed countries 6 years: 1995-2000 Developing countries 10 years: 1995-2004 Tariffs     average cut for all agricultural products -36% -24% minimum cut per product -15% -10% Domestic support     total AMS cuts for sector (base period: 1986-88) -20% -13% Exports     value of subsidies -36% -24% subsidized quantities (base period: 1986-90) -21% -14%   Least developed countries do not have to make commitments to reduce tariffs or subsidies. (...) Developing countries agreed to make 13% cuts over 10 years. Least-developed countries do not need to make any cuts.
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Score: 575297.07 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...o_e/whatis_e/tif_e/agrm3_e.htm
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Some years back, my parents talked to me about female genital mutilation and the harmful effects, and I accepted, and I said that there is no way that I will be cut. When the cutting season [was] reached, the community members told me that I have to be cut. I refused and I told them that cutting is not for the girl child and it is not in the bible." (...) With her mother’s support and that of the local police, Teresia was able to stay at a safe house that provides temporary refuge for girls during the cutting season. There, she has been able to continue her education without fear of cutting.
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Score: 575297.07 - https://www.un.org/en/node/122562
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The Internet is a global public good, offering public and network externali-ties using deficit spending and the ‘Kennedy tax that are likely to be sizeable. Broadband cut’ to stimulate economic growth. However, he observes that by the time this tax cut took effect, the 1961 recession was already over. (...) It is sug-gested of the Kennedy tax cut suggests that, even that access to broadband Internet boosts if Keynesian fiscal response can theoretically help moderate or end recessions, political lags and other time lags for the stimulus measures to take effect can pose significant difficulties in practice. (...) Frankel further notes that tax cuts and in-creased productivity growth, cuts transactions costs, can improve business and market organization and may promote more efficient social and political discourse and education - see Section 3.1 on the Role of ICTs and Broadband in Stimulus. spending under Ronald Reagan were the most powerful factors pulling the US out of the 1981/2 recession – although this fiscal stimulus was not done with Keynesian intentions, it had Keynesian effects.
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Score: 575285.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...s2/web/WebSearch/page0023.html
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