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Three social advertising spots for prevention of child abandonment Skip to main content Moldova Toggle navigation Română English русский Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Moldova EXPLORE UNICEF Contact us Our partners Work with us Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Data and research News and stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release Three social advertising spots for prevention of child abandonment 05 October 2017 UNICEF/Moldova/2017/Munteanu Available in: Română English русский For the first time in Moldova, single mothers and parents in difficulty receive specific solutions to the problem of child abandonment through social advertising spots An extensive body of research provides consistent evidence that living in residential institutions affects negatively all aspects of a child’s development, being particularly harmful in the first three years of life. (...) Enabling parents to keep the child is a priority as residential institutions are known to negatively affect the healthy development of children, with deeper and long-lasting negative effects when the child is institutionalized before the age of three.  
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Score: 1410409.4 - https://www.unicef.org/moldova...s-prevention-child-abandonment
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 Page 77 - Frontier Technologies to Protect the Environment and Tackle Climate Change           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 77 - Frontier Technologies to Protect the Environment and Tackle Climate Change P. 77 Frontier Technologies to Protect the Environment and Tackle Climate Change • Coral reefs are the nurseries of the oceans, they are biodiversity hot spots. On some tropical coral reefs, for example, there can be 1 000 species per m². • Today, fisheries provide over 15% of the human dietary intake of animal protein for communities around the world. • Commercial overexploitation of the world’s fish stocks is so severe that it has been estimated that up to 13 % of global fisheries have ‘collapsed’, with a much higher proportion under threat. • Agricultural practices, coastal tourism, port and harbour developments, damming of rivers, urban development and construction, mining, fisheries, aquaculture, and manufacturing, among others, are all sources of marine pollution threatening coastal and marine habitats. • Excessive nutrients from sewage outfalls and agricultural run-off have contributed to an increase in the number of low-oxygen (hypoxic) areas known as ‘dead zones’, where most marine life cannot survive, resulting in the collapse of some ecosystems. • There are now close to 500 dead zones covering more than 245 000 km² globally, equivalent to the surface of the United Kingdom. • Coastal systems such as such as mangroves, salt marshes and seagrass meadows can absorb, or sequester, carbon at rates up to 50 times those of the same area of tropical forest. • Total carbon deposits in these coastal systems may be up to five times the carbon stored in tropical forests. • Between 1980 and 2005, 35 000 square kilometers of mangroves were removed globally. • Between 30 and 35 percent of the total global extent of critical marine habitats such as seagrasses, mangroves and coral reefs are estimated to have been destroyed. • Technological change and the emergence of new economic opportunities such as deep-sea mining, more intensive fishing, and deeper oil and gas drilling increase risks to areas that historically were not under threat. 71     72     73     74     75     76     77     78     79     80     81     82          
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Score: 1377460.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...e/files/basic-html/page77.html
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The prototype was meant to test smart contracts (i.e. digitised rules) and explore whether this could potentially decrease banking fees for transactions, shorten time spend for spot-checks, and improve efficiency in dealing with partners.     (...) Ultimately, the prototype which was supported by UNICEF’s Office of Innovation, proved to increase the transparency of transferring value between parties, improved the operational efficiency in dealing with implementing partners, shortened the time for spot checks, and created a possible channel to release payments quickly.    (...) Check out this Blockchain Glossary  or visit our  blockchain learning hub  to dive deeper into certain topics.   Related topics Innovation Global Kazakhstan More to explore Article Three transformational solutions to tackle climate change Introducing the winners of the second edition of the Green Shark Challenge, a joint UNDP and UNICEF competition to respond to global challenges Read the story Press release 18 July 2022 Government of Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona and UNICEF and ITU working to establish Giga Technology Centre in Barcelona Visit the page Article UNICEF to drive development of robust concentrator UNICEF has partnered with the Oxygen CoLab to drive the development of new and innovative robust oxygen concentrators for use in low-resource settings.
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Score: 1311654.9 - https://www.unicef.org/innovation/blockchain/digicus
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Applied individually, both of these approaches may suffer from errors and blind spots. Yet a combination of the two – i.e., an approach of intersecting risks and drivers – is feasible and has a solid policy value.   (...) Step 2 Select an Inclusive Policy Marker Open Exclusion risks and their intersections Removal of exclusion drivers Differentiated and distributional effects of policies Tailored policy design and service delivery Selected: Exclusion risks and their intersections Policy and practice need to be mindful of group-specific conditions but go deeper in their risk analysis to capture cumulative disadvantages, as well as prevalence and intensity of exclusion and inequality as experienced by in real-life by the affected individuals, categories and groups.
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Score: 1305328.3 - https://en.unesco.org/inclusivepolicylab/taxonomy/term/161
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Applied individually, both of these approaches may suffer from errors and blind spots. Yet a combination of the two – i.e., an approach of intersecting risks and drivers – is feasible and has a solid policy value.   (...) Step 2 Select an Inclusive Policy Marker Open Exclusion risks and their intersections Removal of exclusion drivers Differentiated and distributional effects of policies Tailored policy design and service delivery Selected: Exclusion risks and their intersections Policy and practice need to be mindful of group-specific conditions but go deeper in their risk analysis to capture cumulative disadvantages, as well as prevalence and intensity of exclusion and inequality as experienced by in real-life by the affected individuals, categories and groups.
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Score: 1305328.3 - https://en.unesco.org/inclusiv...-risks-and-their-intersections
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We were impressed by the number of applicants for the Intemational Law Fellowship Program - 450 for 21 fellowships - and for the United Nations Regional Courses in Intemational Law — 463 for about 80 spots. Wefhank the UN Program of Assistance for doing all it can to provide as many scholarships as possible within existing resources to accommodate the greatest number of students for these courses. (...) Through a firm understanding of international law, new generations of lawyers, judges and diplomats gain a deeper appreciation of the complex instruments that govern so many aspects of this interconnected world.
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Score: 1305328.3 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth/72/pdfs/statements/poa/us.pdf
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Applied individually, both of these approaches may suffer from errors and blind spots. Yet a combination of the two – i.e., an approach of intersecting risks and drivers – is feasible and has a solid policy value.   (...) Step 2 Select an Inclusive Policy Marker Open Exclusion risks and their intersections Removal of exclusion drivers Differentiated and distributional effects of policies Tailored policy design and service delivery Selected: Exclusion risks and their intersections Policy and practice need to be mindful of group-specific conditions but go deeper in their risk analysis to capture cumulative disadvantages, as well as prevalence and intensity of exclusion and inequality as experienced by in real-life by the affected individuals, categories and groups.
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Score: 1305328.3 - en.unesco.org/inclusive...-risks-and-their-intersections
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This, however, is not always true as, in high rainfall areas, dark soil colouring can be caused by poor drainage. In deeper horizons such as the B-horizon, a brown colour usually means that the soil has good natural drainage. (...) Horizon Colour A1 0-10 cm Dark brown A2 10-25 cm Dark reddish brown B1 25-70 cm Dark reddish brown B2 70-100 cm Dark red C 100-200 cm Yellowish red 5.1 Colour mottling in soil horizons What is colour mottling and how do you describe it? The presence of spots or streaks of a particular colour, usually reddish, yellowish or white, which may exist in certain soil horizons is referred to as colour mottling.
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Score: 1282934.4 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/st...ng/General/x6706e/x6706e05.htm
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This, however, is not always true as, in high rainfall areas, dark soil colouring can be caused by poor drainage. In deeper horizons such as the B-horizon, a brown colour usually means that the soil has good natural drainage. (...) Horizon Colour A1 0-10 cm Dark brown A2 10-25 cm Dark reddish brown B1 25-70 cm Dark reddish brown B2 70-100 cm Dark red C 100-200 cm Yellowish red 5.1 Colour mottling in soil horizons What is colour mottling and how do you describe it? The presence of spots or streaks of a particular colour, usually reddish, yellowish or white, which may exist in certain soil horizons is referred to as colour mottling.
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Score: 1282934.4 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/do...ng/General/x6706e/x6706e05.htm
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And the problems run deeper. Global human development is on course to decline this year for the first time since 1990.  (...) How UNDP is Driving a Deeper Understanding of PVE This work is crucial as there are indications that the impacts of COVID-19 could aggravate the drivers of violent extremism. Therefore, it is crucial we have a deeper understanding of the ways to prevent violent extremism (PVE).
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Score: 1261555.9 - https://www.undp.org/speeches/...d-and-youth-driven-initiatives
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