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The United States proposes: Tariffs • to reduce substantially or eliminate disparities in tariff levels among countries, to reduce substantially or eliminate tariff escalation, and ensure effective market access opportunities for all products in all markets; • to reduce substantially, or eliminate, all tariffs, including in-quota duties, by reducing them from applied rates through progressive implementation of annual reduction commitments over a fixed period; • to denominate bindings and applied rates on a specific or ad valorem basis, without the use of complex tariffs or combinations of tariffs; • to eliminate the transitional special agricultural safeguard as defined in Article 5 of the Agreement on Agriculture; Tariff-Rate Quotas • to subject all tariff-rate quotas to substantial increases through progressive implementation of annual commitments over a fixed period; • to establish disciplines to improve functioning of tariff-rate quotas, including specific mechanisms that trigger when tariff rate quota fill remains below a fixed level; Import State Trading Enterprises • to end exclusive import rights to ensure private sector competition in markets controlled by single desk importers; • to establish WTO requirements that increase transparency in the operation of single desk importers, including their decisions on quality and source of imports; and Products of New Technologies • to focus disciplines to ensure that processes covering trade in products developed through new technologies are transparent, predictable, and timely. (...) The United States proposes: Export Subsidies • to reduce to zero the levels of scheduled budgetary outlays and quantity commitments through progressive implementation of annual reduction commitments over a fixed period; Export State Trading Enterprises • to end exclusive export rights to ensure private sector competition in markets controlled by single desk exporters; • to establish WTO requirements for notifying acquisition costs, export pricing, and other sales information for single desk exporters; • to eliminate the use of government funds or guarantees to support or ensure the financial viability of single desk exporters; Export Taxes • to prohibit the use of export taxes , including differential export taxes, for competitive advantage or supply management purposes; and Export Credit Programs • to conduct negotiations for export credit programs in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in fulfilment of Article 10.2 of the Agreement on Agriculture, and apply disciplines to all users. (...) The United States proposes: • to simplify the domestic support disciplines into two categories: exempt support, as defined by criteria-based measures that have no, or at most, minimal trade distorting effects or effects on production; and non-exempt support, which would be subject to a reduction commitment; • all members with a final bound Aggregate Measurement of Support in their schedules commit to reduce the level of non-exempt support as follows: reductions start from the final bound Aggregate Measurement of Support, the Aggregate Measurement of Support is to be reduced to a final bound level equal to a fixed percentage of the members’ value of total agricultural production in a fixed base period, the fixed percentage will be the same for all members, and reductions would be implemented through progressive annual reduction commitments over a fixed period; • to enhance further, by building on experience, the criteria for exempt support measures while ensuring all exempt measures are targeted, transparent, and, at most, minimally trade-distorting; • to give special consideration for exempt support measures essential to the development objectives of developing countries as noted under the section on Special and Differential Treatment.
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Score: 1284847.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/agric_e/ngw15_e.doc
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Construction components Unit Cost/unit Duration Total (USD) Rub hall tent (or refurbished building) Refugee entrance Vehicle and staff entrance gate Potable water access Reception desk Registration desk Specific needs desk Verification desk Waiting sheds Chairs Benches (for waiting and interview area) Toilet (separate) Buffer zone equipment Generator + fuel (or other energy source) Electric equipment and installation Fence, rope Photo backdrop UNHCR flag, sticker, visibility items Other furniture IT equipment and other hardware Unit Cost/unit Duration Total (USD) Server / server room equipment Laptop Tablet Smartphone Webcam Biometric devices Desk Lamp Light bulb CD-ROM AA battery [Pack of 4] Wireless Router Network Router / Switch Network Cables (RJ45) Laser printer B/W Printer ink for B/W Printer color ID card printer Printer ink Color Electric Points / extension cables Fan Air-conditioner Generator + fuel / other energy source Registration items and materials Unit Cost/unit Duration Total (USD) Information campaign material Wristband Fixing token UV lamp UV invisible ink (bottles) Control sheet Registration form Ration card ID cards consumables Single hole puncher Manual counter Megaphone (incl. batteries) Stationery Unit Cost/unit Duration Total (USD) Notepads Pen, felt-tips Hole puncher, stapler Folders for filing Clipboards or plastic sleeves for document transmission Paper cutter Date stamp Official UNHCR stamp Paper bins Human Resources Unit Cost/unit Duration Total (USD) Registration Coordinator Protection Assistant Snr.
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Score: 1272165 - https://www.unhcr.org/registra...es_registration-activities.pdf
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Mwai and her classmates no longer suffer the stinging exclusion and low self-esteem from the daily quiz and scrambles for desks. In January this year, her school received a truckload of desks from Kids in Need of Desks (K.I.N.D) through UNICEF. (...) UNICEF Malawi/2021/Simwaka Mwai washing her hands with soap before she enters class Just like that, O’Donnell’s fundraising initiative is plugging a familiar gap in Malawi desk by desk. By 2019, it had distributed more than 234,700 desks to 2,500 schools across the country—a daily struggle faced by nearly half of learners in Malawi that astonished O’Donnell during his visit in 2010. (...) High enrolment exerts immense pressure on few classrooms. The 50 desks we received during the school closure in January have created safe teaching and learning space for Standard Eight children, even though many classes still have no desks.
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Score: 1230342.1 - https://www.unicef.org/malawi/...ove-childrens-learning-schools
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No TASKS DELIVERABLES TEAM MEMBERS NUMBER OF EXPERTS PROPOSED BY THE VENDOR DURATION OF THE TASKS PROPOSED BY UNICEF (calendar days) PROPOSED PERSON- DAYS PROPOSED UNIT COST (TL) TOTAL COST (TL) expert 1 (team leader) 0.00 expert 2 0.00 0 10 0 0.00 expert 1 (team leader) 0.00 expert 2 0.00 0 1 0 0.00 expert 1 (team leader) 0.00 expert 2 0.00 0 10 0 0.00 expert 1 (team leader) 0.00 expert 2 0.00 0 9 0 0.00 expert 1 (team leader) 0.00 expert 2 0.00 0 1 0 0.00 5 Facilitating a validation meeting Meeting report 1 TOTAL FOR TASK 5 4 Developing a draft recommendation report Draft report 9 TOTAL FOR TASK 4 3 Supporting MoLSS experts on organizing 5 technical meetings Meeting reports 10 TOTAL FOR TASK 3 INDIVIDUAL NATIONAL CONSULTANCY ON CHILD LABOUR LEGISLATION AND POLICY IMPROVEMENT REF: SP/TURA/2021-KK 10 Key Findings Report 1 Conducting a desk review on the Turkish legislation related to child labour TOTAL FOR TASK 1 1Delivering a presentation on findings of the desk review 2 PPT TOTAL FOR TASK 2 expert 1 (team leader) 0.00 expert 2 0.00 0 2 0 0.00 0.00 expert 2 0.00 0 10 0 0.00 expert 1 (team leader) 0.00 expert 2 0.00 0 6 0 0.00 expert 1 (team leader) 0.00 expert 2 0.00 0 9 0 0.00 expert 1 (team leader) 0.00 expert 2 0.00 0 9 0 0.00 expert 1 (team leader) 0.00 expert 2 0.00 0 1 0 0.00 expert 1 (team leader) 0.00 expert 2 0.00 0 2 0 0.00 70 0 0.00 A. (...) Name of the expenditures Total (TRY) Miscalleneous travel expenses (inner city travel expenses by bus, taxi, train, airport transfer, etc.) 100.00 Other expenses (administrative costs, stationery, photocopy, printing, etc.) 100.00 200.00 1,000.00 11 Facilitate a validation meeting Meeting report 1 TOTAL FOR TASK 11 10 Developing a draft analysis report Draft Report 9 12 Presenting a final report Final Report (Doc) and PPT of the report 2 TOTAL FOR TASK 11 TOTAL FOR TASK 9 8 Designing a research methodology with GIP to better understand effects of COVID-19 and stimulus packages on children 6 Presenting a final recommendation report Final Report (Doc) and PPT of the report 2 TOTAL FOR TASK 6 Notes on surveys, interviews and visits 9 9 Using the research toolkit and instruments to support GIP labour inspectors to conduct surveys, interviews and field visits to workplaces in 3 provinces (as per the agreed methodology) and compiling information gathered through desk review and field work Research methodology paper 6 TOTAL FOR TASK 8 7 Conducting a desk review on labour market measures taken to support economy during COVID-19 Key Findings Report 10 TOTAL FOR TASK 7 INCIDENTAL EXPENSES (* Entries for task 1 and incidentals table are provided as an example, please delete them and provide your own entries.) (...) The fixed figures are estimated figures and are subject to change during the course of the programme activities with the prior approval of UNICEF. * Entries for task 1 and incidentals table are provided as an example, please delete them and provide your own entries.
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Score: 1182866.3 - https://www.unicef.org/turkey/...e%20-%20Deliverables%20pdf.pdf
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Delegates will also be able to pick up their badges at this reception desk, as well as messages/mails. LOCATION: « Monaco » Reception desk in the Foyer of the Conference Building TEL.: 85201, 85202 Internet services LOCATIONS: Miró Hall 1 and Mall (Fontenoy) WIFI: • Server: HQ-AIR-PUB • Login: hq-air • Password: uneswifi Full information about the General Conference can be found at http://en.unesco.org/generalconference/40. (...) LOCATION: Office C.007 TEL.: 01 45 68 21 77 E-MAIL: k.koch@unesco.org For high-level bilateral meetings, permanent delegations may book one of the five lounges located in the Miró Halls, for one hour or two maximum, by contacting directly the person at the reception desk in front of these rooms. LOCATION: Reception desk in front of Miró Halls TEL.: 01 45 68 20 70 E-MAIL: viprooms@unesco.org http://en.unesco.org/generalconference/40 mailto:k.koch@unesco.org mailto:viprooms@unesco.org 2/5 Recordings Sound recordings of all plenary meetings and of the meetings of the subsidiary organs of the Conference may be consulted in the Sound Archives Unit (Office S.371, in the basement of the Conference Building, tel.: 01 45 68 00 58). (...) Video recordings of speeches delivered during the General Policy Debate will be made available on the General Conference website: http://en.unesco.org/generalconference/40/videos Video news releases may be downloaded from the following web page: http://www.unesco.org/new/en/media- services/multimedia/news-videos/b-roll/ Mail You may have mail sent to you in your name, mentioning also the name of your delegation, to the UNESCO address: UNESCO, 7 place de Fontenoy, F-75352 Paris 07-SP-France You will find mail addressed to you at your permanent delegation’s office or, if your delegation has no office, at the Delegates’ Reception Desk, in the Conference foyer. Observers from IGOs, NGOs and Foundations should contact their Reception in the Mall.
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Score: 1173918.9 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...es/40egc_guide_pratique_en.pdf
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There are now more mobile users than fixed users. This increasing “demographic” shift requires an essential re-examination of the relationship between fixed and mobile networks. (...) The key objectives of this seminar are to provide an overview of convergence in its widest sense (Telecom/IT/Broadcast), then to focus on near term convergence topics including fixed and mobile, Telecom + IT. The seminar will include identification of directions and work topics for proceeding forward from near term convergence. (...) Other administrative details (hotel booking, venue of the seminar, etc) as well as the final program of the seminar will be forwarded to you at a later stage and made available on the BDT website: http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/imt-2000/BDTActivities.html Please note that this seminar will be a paperless event and the CDs with presentations will be distributed at the registration desk in Moscow.. Nevertheless, if participants wish to have the presentations in paper they are encouraged to print them from the above-mentioned website of the seminar.
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Score: 1172910.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...cow_invitoper_last%20final.pdf
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., if staff members have issues printing it via ESS) Fixed-term Appointment Expiring List ECC Reports ZPA_CONTEXP This report allows us to see the staff members whose contracts will be expiring by a given date. It uses a number of parameters that allow it to be used for multiplee.g., it can be run for both Fixed-Term and Temporary appointments Conversion to Continuing Appointment Eligibility ECC Reports ZPA_CONVERS purposes (e.g., it can be run for both Fixed-Term and Temporary Temporary Movement List ECC Reports ZPA_TEMPMVMT Contract Management: List of staff on temporary contracts Birthday List ECC Reports S_PH9_46000221 Staff and consultant demographics (gender, DoB, nationality) Employee history report ECC Reports S_AHR_61016129 Appointment expirations Family Members ECC Reports S_PH9_46000222 List of Staff Members' Family Members Long-Service Step List ECC Reports ZPA_LONG_ELIG Use this report to generate a list of staff members who are eligible for the Long Service Step increment. (...) General Information About Umoja Enterprise Resource Planning Solution Division (ERPSD)   Login to Umoja Umoja Production Systems Umoja Employee and Manager Self-Service Umoja Mobile Umoja Fundraising Umoja for Member States Training and Resources Training Courses on inspira Employee and Manager Self-Service iLearn Umoja - Umoja Extension 2 Training Umoja Job Aids Umoja Self-Service Quick Guides Resources   Help & Support Login Guide Glossary HR Tools Unite Service Desk Related Websites iLearn Umoja - Umoja Extension 2 Training Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Department of Operational Support Umoja on iSeek - the UN Intranet (may require login) Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice Fraud Alert Self Service Production Systems Strategic Planning Fundraising English Français
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Score: 1170239.9 - https://umoja.un.org/umoja-reporting/1197
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., if staff members have issues printing it via ESS) Fixed-term Appointment Expiring List ECC Reports ZPA_CONTEXP This report allows us to see the staff members whose contracts will be expiring by a given date. It uses a number of parameters that allow it to be used for multiplee.g., it can be run for both Fixed-Term and Temporary appointments Conversion to Continuing Appointment Eligibility ECC Reports ZPA_CONVERS purposes (e.g., it can be run for both Fixed-Term and Temporary Temporary Movement List ECC Reports ZPA_TEMPMVMT Contract Management: List of staff on temporary contracts Birthday List ECC Reports S_PH9_46000221 Staff and consultant demographics (gender, DoB, nationality) Employee history report ECC Reports S_AHR_61016129 Appointment expirations Family Members ECC Reports S_PH9_46000222 List of Staff Members' Family Members Long-Service Step List ECC Reports ZPA_LONG_ELIG Use this report to generate a list of staff members who are eligible for the Long Service Step increment. (...) General Information About Umoja Enterprise Resource Planning Solution Division (ERPSD)   Login to Umoja Umoja Production Systems Umoja Employee and Manager Self-Service Umoja Mobile Umoja Fundraising Umoja for Member States Training and Resources Training Courses on inspira Employee and Manager Self-Service iLearn Umoja - Umoja Extension 2 Training Umoja Job Aids Umoja Self-Service Quick Guides Resources   Help & Support Login Guide Glossary HR Tools Unite Service Desk Related Websites iLearn Umoja - Umoja Extension 2 Training Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance Department of Operational Support Umoja on iSeek - the UN Intranet (may require login) Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice Fraud Alert Self Service Production Systems Strategic Planning Fundraising English Français
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Score: 1170239.9 - https://umoja.un.org/fr/umoja-reporting/1197
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Conference Rooms Conference Room 1 (CR 1) – theatre style, fixed chairs Seat Capacity: 864 Area: 1,400 square meter (15,069 square feet) Facilities: o Floor + SI 6 languages o Video, slide, O/H, LCD projection o Voting system o Flip chart o Wireless microphones o Remote presenter o Desk top time limiter o Digital audio recording on flash disk or CD o High definition video recording on DVD o Video conferencing and livestreaming     Conference Room 2 (CR 2) – theatre style, fixed chairs Seat Capacity: 474 Area: 1,000 square meter (10,764 square feet) Facilities: o Floor + SI 6 languages o Video, slide, O/H, LCD projection o Voting system o Flip chart o Wireless microphones o Remote presenter o Desk top time limiter o Digital audio recording on flash disk or CD o High definition video recording on DVD o Video conferencing and livestreaming    Conference Rooms 3 – 6 (CR 3 – 6)  – four oval shape rooms with fixed chairs Seat Capacity: 115 Area: 300 square meter (3,229 square feet) Facilities: o Floor + SI 3 languages o Video, slide, O/H, LCD projection o Voting system o Flip chart o Wireless microphones o Remote presenter o Desk top time limiter o Video conferencing in CR3 o Teleconferencing in CR3 and CR5    CAUCUS Rooms (10 rooms with varying capacity) Seat Capacity: 20 - 55 Area: 39 - 152 square meter (323 – 1,636 square feet) Facilities common to all:  o LCD projection o Flip chart Caucus Room 11 is designed for flexible sitting arrangement, and it can accommodate up to 55 participants.
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Score: 1165393.9 - https://www.uneca.org/united-n...ababa-%28uncc-aa%29/facilities
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Conference Rooms Conference Room 1 (CR 1) – theatre style, fixed chairs Seat Capacity: 864 Area: 1,400 square meter (15,069 square feet) Facilities: o Floor + SI 6 languages o Video, slide, O/H, LCD projection o Voting system o Flip chart o Wireless microphones o Remote presenter o Desk top time limiter o Digital audio recording on flash disk or CD o High definition video recording on DVD o Video conferencing and livestreaming     Conference Room 2 (CR 2) – theatre style, fixed chairs Seat Capacity: 474 Area: 1,000 square meter (10,764 square feet) Facilities: o Floor + SI 6 languages o Video, slide, O/H, LCD projection o Voting system o Flip chart o Wireless microphones o Remote presenter o Desk top time limiter o Digital audio recording on flash disk or CD o High definition video recording on DVD o Video conferencing and livestreaming    Conference Rooms 3 – 6 (CR 3 – 6)  – four oval shape rooms with fixed chairs Seat Capacity: 115 Area: 300 square meter (3,229 square feet) Facilities: o Floor + SI 3 languages o Video, slide, O/H, LCD projection o Voting system o Flip chart o Wireless microphones o Remote presenter o Desk top time limiter o Video conferencing in CR3 o Teleconferencing in CR3 and CR5    CAUCUS Rooms (10 rooms with varying capacity) Seat Capacity: 20 - 55 Area: 39 - 152 square meter (323 – 1,636 square feet) Facilities common to all:  o LCD projection o Flip chart Caucus Room 11 is designed for flexible sitting arrangement, and it can accommodate up to 55 participants.
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Score: 1165393.9 - https://www.uneca.org/node/1297
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