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. © ILO Mohammed Ahmad Al Malouli is a Syrian with calligraphy skills, who is currently working to decorate a mosque under construction in Amman. He says he wants to be able to work freely in Jordan. (...) Life in Jordan is expensive and we can no longer rely on financial aid.” © Ala’a al Sukhni / ILO Besides the theoretical training, the programme includes on-the-job monitoring, covering a range of professions including floor layering, painting, plastering, plumbing and interior decoration. © Ala’a al Sukhni / ILO NET trainers Zyad Haymoor (L) and Izzeddin Ehdeb (R) say the one-month training covers areas that workers lack knowledge in, such as occupational health and safety issues as well as designing architectural and technical plans. (...) We are artists building and decorating homes.” © Ala’a al Sukhni / ILO To-date, around 1,000 workers have enrolled in the ILO programme, 460 of whom have already passed the skills test.
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Score: 906391.2 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...S_536333_EN/lang--en/index.htm
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The programme includes four weeks of practical and theoretical work in professions such as floor layering, painting, plastering, plumbing and interior decoration. The footage used in this video is amateur footage captured by the workers themselves.
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Score: 714875.1 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_542321/lang--en/index.htm
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Meet the young champion soaring to the top of the chess world  (Ashley Le, videographer, producer  ) Today, Tani’s bedroom is decorated in glittering trophies. His favorite is the large, tiered trophy from the 2019 K-3 (kindergarten to grade three) New York State chess championship, which he won at the age of eight, less than a year after starting to play chess.
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Score: 490215.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/afr/news...n-soaring-top-chess-world.html
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I once again congratulate the Rajendra Prasad Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences on its long and decorated history, and look very much forward to accelerating joint efforts to end preventable visual impairment, to secure access to rehabilitation services for all, and to achieve universal eye health coverage.
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Score: 468407.5 - https://www.who.int/southeasta...care-from-strategy-to-results-
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Among other responsibilities, Ana helped to decorate for today’s sporting events and was central to the school’s recent Green School certification from the Ministry of Economic Affairs’ Secretary of State for the Environment. 
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Score: 554789.75 - https://www.unicef.org/timorle...ils-communities-and-themselves
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French Delegates’ Lounge The French Delegates’ Lounge, originally a private meeting room for League of Nations Council members, was designed by the famous French decorator Jules Leleu, hence the designation of the room as... Czech and Slovak Lounge In the original League of Nations building, Room IV was the Permanent Delegates’ Lounge. The interior decoration – designed by M.K. Caivas – was donated by Czechoslovakia in 1937. (...) Room III This 200-seat conference room and Room VI are the only two in the Palais where the decoration was not entrusted to a specific designer/decorator.
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Score: 905048.4 - https://www.un.org/collection/29/6775
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Many of the Palais’ conference rooms have been decorated and furnished by gifts from Member States.
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Score: 753230.13 - https://www.un.org/en/geneva
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Hailed as masterpieces of artistic ironwork, they were created by a highly-regarded family firm in Geneva, Wanner and Company (which also helped decorate the city centre’s Cornavin Station). Worked cleverly into the design of the grilles are the English and French monograms of the League – LON and SDS.
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Score: 702943.55 - https://www.un.org/en/salle-des-pas-perdus
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