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. - Coffee Break 3.15-4.45 p.m. - Discussion and suggestions 4.45-6.30 p.m. - Preparation of the draft Yaoundé Ministerial Declaration Technical Secretariat - Free Dinner Tuesday 25/2/2014 10.00-10.30 a.m. - Presentation of the draft Yaoundé Ministerial Declaration; 10.30-11.45 a.m. - Discussion and adoption of the draft Ministerial Declaration 11.45-12.00 noon - Coffee Break 12.15-12.45 p.m. - Plenary presentation to all participants 12.45-2.00 p.m. - Lunch Break - End of Special Ministerial Session 3.00-6.00 p.m. - Possible Audiences 8.30 p.m. - Cultural Evening PROGRAMME OF THE SPECIAL MINISTERIAL SESSION Regional Seminar for L-B Practitioners, Yaoundé: 24-28 February 2014
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Score: 1249946.9 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_236357.pdf
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Microsoft Word - B11-11-00_DRAFT_AGENDA V10.docx October 20, 2011 Page 1 11th PMNCH Board Meeting 25 & 26 October 2011 Paris, France Monday 24 October: Pre-Board Meetings Tuesday 25 October: 08.15 - 18.00 (Board meeting Day One) Wednesday 26 October: 08.15 - 12.00 (Board meeting Day Two) PRE-BOARD MEETINGS - Monday 24 October Consultations Novotel Paris Tour Eiffel, 61 Quai de Grenelle, 75015 Paris Conference Room Rhin-Volga 10.00 – 11.30 CANCELLED Options for Improving Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health through Strengthening the Global Aid Architecture Conference Room Tamisse 12.00 – 14.30 PMNCH First Private Sector Consultation with PMNCH members and prospective members Parliamentary briefing – by invitation Parliament House, Assemblée Nationale - Salle de la Commission des affaires européennes, 33 rue St Dominique, Paris 15.00 – 17.00 Co-hosted by the French MoFA and PMNCH PMNCH meetings Novotel Paris Tour Eiffel, 61 quai de Grenelle, 75015 Paris Constituency meetings: times below suggested. Meeting rooms available also in the morning – please check with the secretariat Room Tamisse Room Tage Room Loire 17.00 – 18.00 Donors and Foundations Academic, Research & NGOs (17.30-19.30) Training (ART) and Health Care Professionals (HCP) 18.00 – 19.00 Multilaterals Countries New Members and Finance Committee Room Tamisse Room Tage Room Loire 19.00 – 20.00 New Board Members Finance Committee & observers Meeting of the Executive Committee Room Douro-Amazone 20.30 – 22.00 PMNCH Executive Committee Meeting (working dinner) Note: Non-EC members are requested to make own arrangements for dinner October 20, 2011 Page 2 11th PMNCH Board Meeting 25 & 26 October 2011 Paris, France DAY ONE - Tuesday 25 October 2011 Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs 27 rue de la Convention, 75732 Paris Cedex 15 Key objectives: 1. (...) Discussion 11.00 The 2012 Workplan and the PMNCH horizon Lunch 12.30 (Closed session of the Board – Discussion co-chairs, other items TBD) The 2012 Workplan and Budget – Summary and Approval Decision 13.30 ITEM 4 Adding new partners, adding more value Discussion 14.30 Working with the private sector Naveen Rao, Merck for Mothers Stefan Germann, World Vision International Review of recent developments in private sector engagement ITEM 5 Consensus on essential packages of interventions Presentation 15.00 Liz Mason, WHO Zulfiqar Bhutta, Aga Khan University Conclusions from September 2011 PA-2 consensus meeting Discussion and next steps Incl. dissemination and communications strategy 15.30 Moderated by TBC Coffee 16.30 ITEM 6 Presentation of the Finance Committee Decision 16.45 Stefan Germann, World Vision International (for the Finance Committee) ITEM 7 Governance Information 17.30 Each constituency representative Summary of day one and decisions Information 18.00 Reception/Dinner La Maison des Polytechniciens, 12 rue de Poitiers, 75007 Paris 19.30 October 20, 2011 Page 4 11th PMNCH Board Meeting 25 & 26 October 2011 Paris, France DAY TWO - Wednesday 26 October 2011 Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs 27 rue de la Convention, 75732 Paris cedex 15 Opening and review of Day 2 objectives 08.30 Julio Frenk, Chair of the PMNCH Board Item Subject Action Schedule ITEM 8 Strengthening the Global Aid Architecture Presentation 09.00 Christina Schrade, SEEK Development Ann Starrs, FCI Aid Architecture- Next steps Discussion 09.30 ITEM 9 Success factors and progress on MDGs 4 & 5 Presentation 10.00 Daniele Caramani, Univ. of St Gallen Sadia Chowdhury, World Bank Discussion 10.15 Workplan and budget- Next steps (if necessary) 10.30 Agreement on next steps Final Summary of decisions Discussion 11.00 Adjournment 11.30 Julio Frenk, Chair of the PMNCH Board
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Score: 1247499.8 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...committee/B11-11-00_agenda.pdf
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LETTER DATED 2005/05/21 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF CUBA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Finally, just as I had hoped, he told me that at the end of the dinner he would leave 8 A/59/808 S/2005/330 me alone with McLarty, who could arrange for me to have direct access to the President. (...) The ice was broken early into dinner, particularly on the subject of United States policy towards Latin America with respect to drug trafficking and the peace processes. (...) Ever since the night of the dinner I had appreciated the fact that he always looked his interlocutor in the eye.
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Score: 1224167.7 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...SF/GET?OPEN&DS=A/59/808&LANG=E
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1pm – 2pm Lunch break 2pm – 3.30pm Comparability Analysis (cont’d) The comparability analysis process • The 8-step process • The 5 comparability factors − Characteristics of property or services − Functional analysis 3.30pm – 4pm Coffee break 4pm – 5.15pm Comparability Analysis (cont’d) • The 5 comparability factors (cont’d) − Functional analysis (cont’d) Day 2 – Tuesday, 15 November 2016 9am – 10.45am Comparability Analysis (cont’d) • The 5 comparability factors (cont’d) − Contractual terms − Economic circumstances − Business strategies • Comparability analysis in practice • The comparables selection process: a practical example • Timing issues 10.45am – 11.15am Coffee break Day 2 – Tuesday, 15 November 2016 (cont’d) 11.15am – 1pm Comparability Challenges in Africa and Approaches in the ATAF Suggested Approach to Drafting Transfer Pricing Legislation 1pm – 2pm Lunch break 2pm – 3.30pm Case study - Comparability Analysis 3.30pm – 4pm Coffee break 4.00 pm – 5.00pm Country Experiences – Zambia Day 3 – Wednesday, 16 November 2016 9am – 10.30am Transfer Pricing Methods • Issues and aspects to be considered before choosing and applying a transfer pricing method 10.30am – 11am Coffee break 11am – 12.45am Transfer Pricing Methods (cont’d) The traditional transaction methods • Comparable uncontrolled price (CUP) • Cost plus • Resale price 12.45am – 1.45pm Lunch break 1.45pm – 3.30pm Transfer Pricing Methods The transactional profit methods • Transactional net margin • Profit split 3.30pm – 4pm Coffee break 4pm – 5.15pm Country Experiences – Tanzania and Madagascar 6pm Gala dinner – Colbert Hotel Day 4 – Thursday, 17 November 2016 9am – 11am Case study - Comparability and Transfer Pricing Methods 11am – 11.30am Coffee break 11.30am – 1pm Approach to the TP Methods in the ATAF Suggested Approach to Drafting Transfer Pricing Legislation 1pm – 2pm Lunch break 2pm – 3.15pm Recent developments • Update on the revision of the UN Practical Manual on Transfer Pricing • Update on the OECD BEPS work on Transfer Pricing 3.15pm – 3.45pm Coffee break 3.45pm – 4.45pm Recent developments (cont’d) • Update on ATAF recent developments on Transfer Pricing 4.45pm – 5.15pm Summary, Evaluation and Closing Remarks
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Score: 1222793.7 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...iveProgramme_Madagascar-en.pdf
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PROVISIONAL AGENDA FOR THE 3RD MEETING : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON THE TRANSBOUNDARY EFFECTS OF INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS, 3RD MEETING, 27-30 OCTOBER 2004, BUDAPEST
The Hungarian authorities will invite all participants of the meeting for all other meals with the exception of dinner on Friday. VIII. Financial support Experts representing eligible countries with economies in transition (see ECE/CP.TEIA/7, annex III, appendix III) may receive financial support to facilitate their participation in the third meeting of the Conference of the Parties. (...) This programme, however, will carry an additional charge (including official dinners). Participants who are interested in such a programme should indicate this on their registration forms and they will be contacted directly by the Hungarian organizers as to the details of the programme and payment procedures. (...) Do you wish to participate: Buffet dinner on 27 October 2004 yes no Official dinner on 28 October yes no Site visit on 30 October yes no Programme for accompanying persons (details of payment will be provided directly by the Hungarian organizers): Name of accompanying person______________________________ Buffet dinner on 27 October 2004 yes no (€ 30) Full-day trip to the Danube Bend on 28 October (including lunch, € 50) yes no Official dinner on 28 October yes no (€ 30) Sightseeing in Budapest on 29 October/morning (€ 50) yes no Visit to the Parliament on 29 October/afternoon (free of charge) yes no Date:_________________________________ Signature:_______________________________
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INFORMATION NOTE FOR PARTICIPANTS
The host Government will host two social events: an official dinner for dignitaries and heads of delegations (by invitation only) and a cocktail reception, which will be open to all registered Conference participants. (...) Hotel Rates single room Rates double room Single and double suite Remarks Royal Savoy 198 USD 280 USD 430 USD Lunch price is 25 USD Dinner price is 35 USD Savoy Hotel 116 USD– 138 USD 144 USD– 198 USD 235 USD– 300 USD Lunch price is 25 USD Dinner price is 35 USD (main restaurant) Sierra Hotel 88 USD– 99 USD 110 USD– 144 USD n/a Lunch price is 20 USD Dinner price is 30 USD (main restaurant) Sunrise Arabian Beach Resort 126 USD 140 USD 205 USD Lunch price is 19 USD Dinner price is 25 USD (main restaurant) Concord Deluxe 90 USD 100 USD n/a Lunch price is 15 USD Dinner price is 20 USD (main restaurant) The price of soft drinks per person per day is 15 USD Concord Sports Hotel 70 USD 80 USD n/a Lunch price is 15 USD Dinner price is 20 USD (main restaurant) The price of soft drinks per person per day is 15 USD Pyramisa 75 USD 100 USD n/a The price is on a full board basis, inclusive of taxes Grand Rotana 100 USD– 110 USD 110 USD– 120 USD 450 USD Lunch price is 19 USD Dinner price is 25 USD (main restaurant) Park Regency 125 USD 140 USD 270 USD Lunch price is 20 USD. Dinner price is 26 USD (main restaurant) Rixos Seagate 200 USD 265 USD 365 USD Lunch price is 40 USD Dinner price is 50 USD (main restaurant) Rixos Sharm el-Sheikh 140 USD 188 USD 288 USD Lunch price is 40 USD Dinner price is 50 USD (main restaurant) Baron Resort 175 USD– 205 USD 190 USD– 250 USD Executive suite: 355 USD– 415 USD Options including half board and full board with soft drinks are also available CAC/COSP/2021/INF/1 V.21-07738 16/20 Hotel Rates single room Rates double room Single and double suite Remarks Baron Palms 145 USD– 165 USD 145 USD– 185 USD Executive suite: 285 USD– 325 USD Options including half board and full board with soft drinks are also available Coral Sea 110 USD 120 USD Executive suite: 145 USD Lunch price is 12 USD Dinner price is 16 USD (main restaurant) Cleopatra 80 USD– 96 USD 100 USD– 120 USD Executive suite: 140 USD Options including half board and full board with soft drinks are also available Sultan Gardens Resort 144 USD– 163 USD 227 USD– 285 USD Executive suite: 145 USD– 178 USD Options including half board and full board with soft drinks are also available CAC/COSP/2021/INF/1 17/20 V.21-07738 Annex III Guidelines for the submission of pre-recorded video messages/statements The following procedures are circulated to ensure that pre-recorded video messages can be made in a uniform and high-quality manner.
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Score: 1212925.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=CAC/COSP/2021/INF/1&Lang=E
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[ 4 ] Monday, 10 November 2008 Journal No. 6 ANNOUNCEMENTS GALA DINNER AT THE BOSPHORUS The Turkish Ministry of Environment and Forestry is organizing a gala dinner on the Bosphorus. (...) Guests wishing to attend this dinner are kindly asked to have their names registered by Ms Tugce Yuksel or Mr Haluk Ersan at the Turkish stand on the exhibition floor (-3) until 11 a.m., Tuesday 11 November 2008. The dinner is free of charge and participants can attend the event.
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Score: 1204013.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=ICCD/2008/I/OD/6&Lang=E
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Take your time with preparing dinners or weekend meals by  coming up with family traditions and sticking to  them. (...) Cook and choose food together Going grocery shopping or cooking breakfast and dinner together  is a great opportunity  to tell your child about different foods and  explain the principles of a  healthy eating plate. (...) Come up with an option that will appeal to everyone, and suggest cooking it together.    Here are some simple formulas to help you figure out which products to choose: An apple is better than apple purée.
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Score: 1201340.9 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine...ies/children-healthy-nutrition
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There was a meet and greet gathering at the Chelka Lodge where the group stayed, followed by dinner at a lakeside restaurant at Bolton’s Landing.   The events for the next few days were based on popular choice starting with a visit to the Natural Stone Bridge & Caves in Pottersville, NY, then lunch at The Sagamore Hotel and a delicious dinner at the elegant Inn at Erlowest where Restaurant Week was appreciated by all!  (...) https://www.visitlakegeorge.com/     2018 EVENTS   Mar        Winter/Spring Luncheon (Al Bustan ) April      New Member Mingle (AFICS/NY Office) June      Annual Assembly Reception Dinner (Zaika) Sept      Fall Excursion to Lake George, Chelka Lodge Nov       Fall Luncheon Cruise (Bateaux New York ship)          CONTACT US     ONLINE FORM           PHOTO GALLERY     Ideas to be Explored Wine Tour in Eastern Long Island High Tea at Plaza Hotel or other venue Boat Ride Wine and Cheese for Members Wine and Cheese for Pre-Retirement Staff   Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 1184431 - https://www.un.org/other/afics/node/574
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There was a meet and greet gathering at the Chelka Lodge where the group stayed, followed by dinner at a lakeside restaurant at Bolton’s Landing.   The events for the next few days were based on popular choice starting with a visit to the Natural Stone Bridge & Caves in Pottersville, NY, then lunch at The Sagamore Hotel and a delicious dinner at the elegant Inn at Erlowest where Restaurant Week was appreciated by all!  (...) https://www.visitlakegeorge.com/     2018 EVENTS   Mar        Winter/Spring Luncheon (Al Bustan ) April      New Member Mingle (AFICS/NY Office) June      Annual Assembly Reception Dinner (Zaika) Sept      Fall Excursion to Lake George, Chelka Lodge Nov       Fall Luncheon Cruise (Bateaux New York ship)          CONTACT US     ONLINE FORM           PHOTO GALLERY     Ideas to be Explored Wine Tour in Eastern Long Island High Tea at Plaza Hotel or other venue Boat Ride Wine and Cheese for Members Wine and Cheese for Pre-Retirement Staff   Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 1184431 - https://www.un.org/other/afics/content/social-other-events-0
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