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DEVELOPING AN INFRASTRUCTURE TO SUPPORT TOBACCO CESSATION AND TREATMENT OF TOBACCO DEPENDENCE Background 17. Certain infrastructure elements will be needed to promote tobacco cessation and provide effective tobacco dependence treatment. (...) Parties should keep under review the developing scientific evidence of new approaches to promoting tobacco cessation and providing tobacco dependence treatment. 52. Parties should be open to new and innovative approaches to promoting tobacco cessation and providing tobacco dependence treatment, while at the same time prioritizing approaches that are more strongly based on the scientific evidence. 53. (...) Some Parties already have comprehensive treatment systems, and all Parties should aim to provide the fullest complement of interventions for tobacco cessation and treatment of tobacco dependence. 57.
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Score: 729374.2 - https://www.who.int/fctc/treat...delines_Article_14_English.pdf
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DEVELOPING AN INFRASTRUCTURE TO SUPPORT TOBACCO CESSATION AND TREATMENT OF TOBACCO DEPENDENCE Background 17. Certain infrastructure elements will be needed to promote tobacco cessation and provide effective tobacco dependence treatment. (...) Parties should keep under review the developing scientific evidence of new approaches to promoting tobacco cessation and providing tobacco dependence treatment. 52. Parties should be open to new and innovative approaches to promoting tobacco cessation and providing tobacco dependence treatment, while at the same time prioritizing approaches that are more strongly based on the scientific evidence. 53. (...) Some Parties already have comprehensive treatment systems, and all Parties should aim to provide the fullest complement of interventions for tobacco cessation and treatment of tobacco dependence. 57.
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Score: 728966.5 - https://www.who.int/fctc/Guidelines.pdf
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Non-professional care: care that is provided to the dependent persons in their homes, by members of their family or friends, not linked to a professional care system. 6. (...) The protection for dependency by the System shall be provided pursuant to the terms that are laid down in this Act and according to the following levels: 1. (...) This service shall be provided in the residential centres that are enabled for this purpose according to the type of dependency, degree of dependency and the intensity of care required by the person. 3.
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Score: 725962.8 - https://unece.org/DAM/pau/_doc...7_MiCA07_CntrRprtESPAdd5_e.pdf
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International UN Volunteer Expert COS_30-06-2021 INTERNATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER EXPERT CONDITIONS OF SERVICE AGE REQUIREMEMT YEARS OF EXPERIENCE STATUS ELIGIBILITY 35+ 15 + years Family or non-family duty station INDUCTION TRAINING LEARNING & TRAINING IN-SERVICE TRAINING PROFESSIONAL & CAREER TRAINING BENEFITS e-Campus Access to learning onsite, virtual, and online learning programmes Provided by Host Entity EXIT ALLOWANCE MEDICAL BENEFITS TRAVEL BENEFITS POST SERVICE BENEFITS US $225 per month of satisfactory service 1 month coverage after assignment Repatriation entitlements are provided after completion of check-out formalities MONTHLY LIVING ALLOWANCE (MLA) ENTRY LUMP SUM TRANSPORTATION /COMMUTING LIVING PROVISIONS US $1,682 x UN Post Adjustment Multiplier (PAM) at capital city rate +40% Expertise Dierential US $4,000 (including all costs related to obtaining passport and visa, entry medical examination, vaccination(s) and shipment of personal eects) Covered in the Volunteer Living Allowance (VLA) TRAVEL COVERAGE MEDICAL COVERAGE FAMILY ALLOWANCE DEPENDENTS POLICY Up to 3 dependents provided travel (under 21) UNV provides up to 3 dependents at the Duty Station US $250 for one dependent US $450 for two or more eligible dependents WELL-BEING DIFFERENTIAL SECURITY MEDICAL AND OTHER INSURANCE REST AND RECUPERATION (R&R) HEALTH, SAFETY AND SECURITY Dierential A US $500 a month Dierential B US $1,000 a month 100% reimbursement per rules with UN Department of Safety & Security Medical, life, disability, dismemberment, and malicious acts provided Dependent on Host Entity TRAINING & LEARNING LEAVE ANNUAL LEAVE HOME VISIT SICK LEAVE LEAVE ENTITLEMENTS 10 working days per consecutive 12 months 30 days per year (2,5/month) Depends on Duty Station, 12 or 24 month cycle Dependent on Host Entity FAMILY LEAVE Taken from uncertified sick leave PARENTAL LEAVE Paternity: 10 days Maternity: 16 weeks
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Score: 723252.3 - https://www.unv.org/sites/defa...0UN%20Volunteer%20Expert_0.pdf
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They can be added as a secondary dependant provided you are not claiming your spouse as a dependant. (...) Staff member must provide one half or more of the dependant's support and, in any case, at least twice the amount of the dependency allowance. (...) Family Data Application 10/16Department of Management Office of Human Resources Management 25 April 2015 Submit request to add a secondary household member or dependant Quick Reference 16. If you provide at least half of your parent's financial support select "Do you provide at least one half or more of dependent's financial support?".
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Score: 720628.6 - https://umoja.un.org/sites/umo...hold_member_or_dependant_1.pdf
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Staff members in the Professional category and above A staff member in the Professional category and above shall be entitled to receive annual non-pensionable dependency allowances of: a) $1 936 per year for each dependent child, or the amount established in local currency as provided in Annex 7 to Staff Regulations. The allowance shall not be paid, however, in respect of the first dependent child if the staff member has no dependent spouse, in which case the staff member shall be entitled to the dependency rate of staff assessment under Part A of Annex 5 to these Regulations; b) $3 872 for each disabled child or twice the amount established in local currency as provided in Annex 7 to Staff Regulations. However, if the staff member has no dependent spouse and is entitled to the dependency rate of staff assessment under Part A of Annex 5 to Staff Regulations in respect of a disabled child, the allowance shall be reduced to $ 1 936 for that child, or the amount established in local currency as provided in Annex 7 to Staff Regulations; c) $693 a year as a single allowance for a person who is not directly dependent where there is no dependent spouse.
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Score: 719732.47 - https://www.itu.int/council/adhoc_hrm/Doc027c1e.doc
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There is a need for objective information to assess the extent to which dependent contracting provides flexibility for both workers and employers and provides opportunities for labour market participation. (...) There are few official statistics that provide accurate information on the number of workers employed in dependent situations of these types. (...) Conceptual and operational definitions of dependent contractors 60. None of the approaches discussed above provide comprehensive measurement of dependent contractors.
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Score: 719617.5 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_636042.pdf
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International UN Volunteer Specialist COS_30-06-2021 INTERNATIONAL UN VOLUNTEER SPECIALIST CONDITIONS OF SERVICE AGE REQUIREMEMT YEARS OF EXPERIENCE STATUS ELIGIBILITY 27+ 3 - 15 + years Family or non-family duty station INDUCTION TRAINING LEARNING & TRAINING IN-SERVICE TRAINING PROFESSIONAL & CAREER TRAINING BENEFITS e-Campus Access to learning onsite, virtual, and online learning programmes Provided by Host Entity EXIT ALLOWANCE MEDICAL BENEFITS TRAVEL BENEFITS POST SERVICE BENEFITS US $225 per month of satisfactory service 1 month coverage after assignment Repatriation entitlements are provided after completion of check-out formalities MONTHLY LIVING ALLOWANCE (MLA) ENTRY LUMP SUM TRANSPORTATION /COMMUTING LIVING PROVISIONS US $1,682 x UN Post Adjustment Multiplier (PAM) at capital city rate US $4,000 (including all costs related to obtaining passport and visa, entry medical examination, vaccination(s) and shipment of personal eects) Covered in the Volunteer Living Allowance (VLA) TRAVEL COVERAGE MEDICAL COVERAGE FAMILY ALLOWANCE DEPENDENTS POLICY Up to 3 dependents provided travel (under 21) UNV provides up to 3 dependents at the Duty Station US $250 for one dependent US $450 for two or more eligible dependents WELL-BEING DIFFERENTIAL SECURITY MEDICAL AND OTHER INSURANCE REST AND RECUPERATION (R&R) HEALTH, SAFETY AND SECURITY Dierential A US $500 a month Dierential B US $1,000 a month 100% reimbursement per rules with UN Department of Safety & Security Medical, life, disability, dismemberment, and malicious acts provided Dependent on Host Entity TRAINING & LEARNING LEAVE ANNUAL LEAVE HOME VISIT SICK LEAVE LEAVE ENTITLEMENTS 10 working days per consecutive 12 months 30 days per year (2,5/month) Depends on Duty Station, 12 or 24 month cycle 7 days uncertified.
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Score: 717570.6 - https://www.unv.org/sites/defa...N%20Volunteer%20specialist.pdf
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As a result, these agreements do not at present provide a mechanism of price stabilization. Against this background, there is increasingly a view amongst commodity experts and policy makers in commodity-dependent exporting countries that for commodities like coffee and cocoa, where the distortion of prices is the result of oversupply of a structural nature in the international markets, 2 See Notes to Annex A of the Hong Kong Ministerial Declaration, para. 21. (...) They may be negotiated on an international or regional basis and may provide for participation of associations of producers. • The exception provided by Article XX(h) which permits member countries or intergovernmental commodity agreements, to apply export restrictions and other measures that may not be consistent with the rules of GATT, provided that they are necessary for the attainment of their objectives, shall also apply to the agreements in which commodity-dependent producing countries only participate. • It shall further be reaffirmed that the existing rules permitting countries to impose taxes on exports for the attainment of development and other objectives, including those relating to the stabilization of prices of primary commodities, shall also apply to export taxes levied in pursuance of such agreements. 2.3 Technical and financial Assistance • Technical assistance needed for the adoption of such supply management systems shall be provided by relevant organizations including UNCTAD, to which necessary resources should be made available, and where feasible, by International Commodity Organizations; and • Financial resources required inter alia to compensate farmers for the loss of income which may occur in the period immediately following the adoption of supply management systems, as a result of their having to reduce production, shall be provided by the international financial institutions such as World Bank and IMF and/or by the agency that may be established in WTO for administering Aid for Trade. TN/AG/GEN/18 Page 4 • The Common Fund for Commodities has an important role in terms of providing project finance to farmers for diversification of production to other crops and for the development of other sectors of production. • There should be a periodic review of the developments in the world commodity markets and their impact on the trade and economies of commodity-dependent exporting countries. 3.
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Score: 712025.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...position_afr_group_june706.pdf
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HC-ELG195 12-17 myCigna.com 9 Cigna Dental Preferred Provider Insurance The Schedule For You and Your Dependents The Dental Benefits Plan offered by your Employer includes two options. (...) To determine how your Participating Provider compares refer to your provider directory. (...) Cigna may, at its option, make payment to you for the cost of any Covered Expenses from a Non-Participating Provider even if benefits have been assigned. When benefits are paid to you or your Dependents, you or your Dependents are responsible for reimbursing the provider.
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Score: 709907.76 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...of_benefits_cigna_dental_0.pdf
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