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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE HUMAN RIGHTS TO SAFE DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION ON HIS MISSION TO MONGOLIA :NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Another element that significantly affects access to water and sanitation is the traditional dwelling, the ger. A ger is a portable roundhouse covered by felt. It is a unique dwelling that reflects the way that the nomadic population of Mongolia lives. (...) Of course, gradual improvements of the conditions in the ger areas are compatible with the principle of the progressive realization of human rights, but the Special Rapporteur would like to emphasize that improvements could be accelerated and upgraded in the current plans and efforts.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, AND THE RIGHT TO NON-DISCRIMINATION IN THIS CONTEXT, RAQUEL ROLNIK : ADDENDUM
In most cases, these are persons who are eligible for a dwelling under the public housing programme and have been on a waiting list for a long period. 38. (...) However, slum residents often have to wait under very difficult conditions for many years or even decades; a considerable period of time may elapse between their registration in the waiting list and the actual allocation of a dwelling under the public housing programme. That being the case, the Government must also work to improve the living conditions of slum residents. 41 Data received by the Ministry of Planning and Statistics and elaborated on the basis of the results of the 2008 population and housing census. (...) The authorities had subsequently offered them the choice between aid for on-site reconstruction, subsidies for purchasing their own dwelling, or assistance in resettlement in public housing.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES, YAKIN ERTÜRK :ADDENDUM
Migrant remittances have enabled households to improve their levels of subsistence. Remittances are also a significant component of the national economy of Tajikistan: officially recorded remittances constituted around 36.2 of GDP in 2006, and between 33 and 38.2 per cent in 2007, while the total estimate, including unrecorded flows, is believed to reach over 50 per cent of GDP.20 However, labour migration has reportedly had limited effect on the overall development of the economy.21 Migration has also had disruptive effects within the labour force and households, with diverse implications for the women left behind. 20. (...) With the assistance of a crisis centre, Sahar took the case to court and won the right to live at her in-laws’ dwelling. However, her return was not well received; she is ignored by her in-laws and deprived of food and a plot of land to work on.
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Barreras para emprender un mejoramiento de tugurios ............................................. 84 Índice de gráficos Gráfico 1 Evolución de la pobreza según ingresos en las regiones durante la década de 1990 y estimaciones para 2015 .................................................................................. 24 Gráfico 2 Población pobre y extremadamente pobre en las regiones en 1999........................... 25 Gráfico 3 Evolución del nivel de urbanización en las regiones, 1950-2030 .............................. 27 Gráfico 4 Evolución de la población urbana en las regiones, 1950-2030 .................................. 28 Gráfico 5 Población urbana según condición de residencia, 2001 ............................................. 29 Gráfico 6 Evolución de la urbanización en las subregiones de América Latina y el Caribe, 1950-2030............................................................................................... 32 Gráfico 7 Evolución probable de la población en ciudades “millonarias”, 2000 a 2015, por tamaño de ciudades .............................................................................................. 34 Gráfico 8 Gasto social por sectores, 1990-2000......................................................................... 37 Gráfico 9 Evolución del gasto público social en vivienda y saneamiento, 1990-2001 .............. 38 Gráfico 10 Evolución prevista de la tasa de dependencia demográfica en la región, 27 países, 1990-2020.................................................................................................. 41 Gráfico 11 Evolución de la pobreza y de la indigencia en la región ............................................ 44 Gráfico 12 Distribución de la pobreza e indigencia urbana en la región, 1999 ........................... 45 Gráfico 13 Incidencia de la pobreza urbana en los países, 1999.................................................. 45 Gráfico 14 Distribución de los hogares pobres urbanos latinoamericanos................................... 47 Gráfico 15 Distribución de las carencias de saneamiento según tipos de ciudades, 1990 y 1999, nivel regional........................................................................................ 59 Gráfico 16 Proporción de hogares pobres no propietarios de su vivienda, según tipos de ciudades, 1990 y 2000, nivel regional........................................................................ 64 Gráfico 17 Nivel de carencias de hogares pobres y no pobres urbanos, CEPAL - SERIE Manuales N° 38 7 países seleccionados, 2000..........................................................................................70 Gráfico 18 Nivel de carencias de hogares pobres urbanos según tipos de ciudades, 2000...........71 Gráfico 19 Evolución del empleo formal e informal en hogares urbanos, 1990-2000 .................76 Gráfico 20 Evolución de la informalidad laboral urbana, 1990-1999...........................................76 Gráfico 21 Informalidad residencial y laboral en los hogares pobres urbanos, países seleccionados, 1999..........................................................................................78 Gráfico 22 Informalidad residencial y laboral en los hogares pobres urbanos, países seleccionados, 1999..........................................................................................78 Índice de cuadros segunda parte/ Index of tables second part Cuadro II.1 América Latina (15 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza y tipo de vivienda, 1990-2000 .................................................................................108 Cuadro II.2 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza y agua potable, 1990-2000.......................................................................................109 Cuadro II.3 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza y saneamiento, 1990-2000 ........................................................................................110 Cuadro II.4 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza y tipo de paredes, 1990-2000 ....................................................................................111 Cuadro II.5 América Latina (15 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza y tenencia de la vivienda, 1990-2000 .......................................................................112 Cuadro III.1 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza y tipo de vivienda, 1990............................................................................................114 Cuadro III.2 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza y agua potable, 1990 .................................................................................................115 Cuadro III.3 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza y saneamiento, 1990..................................................................................................116 Cuadro III.4 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza y tipo de paredes, 1990 .............................................................................................117 Cuadro III.5 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza y tenencia de la vivienda, 1990.................................................................................118 Cuadro IV.1 América Latina (15 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza y tipo de vivienda, 2000............................................................................................120 Cuadro IV.2 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza y agua potable, 2000 .................................................................................................121 Cuadro IV.3 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza y saneamiento, 2000..................................................................................................122 Cuadro IV.4 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza y tipo de paredes, 2000 .............................................................................................123 Cuadro IV.5 América Latina(15 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza y tenencia de la vivienda, 2000.................................................................................124 Cuadro V.1 América Latina (15 países): Hogares pobres urbanos según condición laboral y tipo de vivienda, 1990-2000 ......................................................................126 Cuadro V.2 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos según condición laboral y agua potable, 1990-2000............................................................................127 Cuadro V.3 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos según condición laboral y saneamiento, 1990-2000 ............................................................................128 Cuadro V.4 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos según condición laboral y tipo de paredes, 1990-2000........................................................................129 Cuadro V.5 América Latina (15 países): Hogares pobres urbanos según condición laboral y tenencia de la vivienda, 1990-2000 ...........................................................130 Pobreza y precariedad del hábitat en ciudades de América Latina y el Caribe 8 Cuadro VI.1 América Latina (14países): Hogares pobres urbanos según zonas, condición laboral y tipo de vivienda, 1990 .............................................................. 132 Cuadro VI.2 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos según zonas, condición laboral y agua potable, 1990.................................................................... 133 CuadroVI.3 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos según zonas, condición laboral y saneamiento, 1990 .................................................................... 134 Cuadro VI.4 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos según zonas, condición laboral y tipo de paredes, 1990................................................................ 135 Cuadro VI.5 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos según zonas, condición laboral y tenencia de la vivienda, 1990 ................................................... 136 Cuadro VII.1 América Latina (15 países): Hogares pobres urbanos según zonas, condición laboral y tipo de vivienda, 2000 .............................................................. 138 Cuadro VII.2 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos según zonas, condición laboral y agua potable, 2000.................................................................... 139 Cuadro VII.3 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos según zonas, condición laboral, y saneamiento, 2000 ................................................................... 140 Cuadro VII.4 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos según zonas, condición laboral y tipo de paredes, 2000................................................................ 141 Cuadro VII.5 América Latina (15 países): Hogares pobres urbanos según zonas, condición laboral y tenencia de la vivienda, 2000 ................................................... 142 Cuadro VIII.1 América Latina (15 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza e inserción laboral, 1990-2000............................................................... 144 Cuadro VIII.2 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza e inserción laboral, 1990........................................................................ 145 Cuadro VIII.3 América Latina (15 países): Hogares urbanos según condición de pobreza e inserción laboral, 2000........................................................................ 146 Cuadro IX.1 América Latina (15 países): Hogares urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición de pobreza y tipo de vivienda, 1990-2000....................... 148 Cuadro IX.2 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición de pobreza y agua potable, 1990-2000 ............................ 149 Cuadro IX.3 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición de pobreza y saneamiento, 1990-2000............................. 150 Cuadro IX.4 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición de pobreza y tipo de paredes, 1990-2000 ........................ 151 Cuadro X.1 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición de pobreza y tipo de vivienda, 1990-2000....................... 154 Cuadro X.2 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición de pobreza y agua potable, 1990 ..................................... 155 Cuadro X.3 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición de pobreza y saneamiento, 1990...................................... 156 Cuadro X.4 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición de pobreza y tipo de paredes, 1990.................................. 157 Cuadro X.5 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición de pobreza y tenencia de la vivienda, 1990 ..................... 158 Cuadro XI.1 América Latina (15 países): Hogares urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición de pobreza y tipo de vivienda, 2000 ................................ 160 Cuadro XI.2 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición de pobreza y agua potable, 2000 ................................ 161 Cuadro XI.3 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición de pobreza y saneamiento, 2000................................. 162 Cuadro XI.4 América Latina (14 países): Hogares urbanos encabezados por CEPAL - SERIE Manuales N° 38 9 mujeres según condición de pobreza y tipo de paredes, 2000 .............................163 Cuadro XI.5 América Latina (15 países): Hogares urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición de pobreza y tenencia de la vivienda, 2000.................164 Cuadro XII.1 América Latina (15 países): Hogares pobres urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición laboral y tipo de vivienda, 1990-2000 ..................166 Cuadro XII.2 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición laboral y agua potable, 1990-2000........................167 Cuadro XII.3 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición laboral y saneamiento, 1990-2000 ........................168 Cuadro XII.4 Améri ca Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición laboral y tipo de paredes, 1990-2000....................169 Cuadro XII.5 América Latina (15 países): Hogares pobres urbanos encabezados por mujeres según condición laboral y tenencia de la vivienda, 1990-2000 .......170 Cuadro XIII.1 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos encabezados por mujeres según zonas, condición laboral y tipo de vivienda, 1990 ................172 Cuadro XIII.2 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos encabezados por mujeres según zonas, condición laboral y agua potable, 1990 ......................173 Cuadro XIII.3 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos encabezados por mujeres según zonas, condición laboral y saneamiento, 1990 ......................174 Cuadro XIII.4 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos encabezados por mujeres según zonas, condición laboral y tipo de paredes, 1990 ..................175 Cuadro XIII.5 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos encabezados por mujeres según zonas, condición laboral y tenencia de la vivienda, 1990......176 Cuadro XIV.1 América Latina (15 países): Hogares pobres urbanos encabezados por mujeres según zonas, condición laboral y tipo de vivienda, 2000 ................178 Cuadro XIV.2 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos encabezados por mujeres según zonas, condición laboral y agua potable, 2000 ......................179 Cuadro XIV.3 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos encabezados por mujeres según zonas, condición laboral y saneamiento, 2000 ......................180 Cuadro XIV.4 América Latina (14 países): Hogares pobres urbanos encabezados por mujeres según zonas, condición laboral y tipo de paredes, 2000 ..................181 Cuadro XIV.5 América Latina (15 países): Hogares pobres urbanos encabezados por mujeres según zonas, condición laboral y tenencia de la vivienda, 2000......182 Cuadro XV.1 América Latina (14 países): Necesidades habitacionales insatisfechas según condición de pobreza, 2000.......................................................................184 Cuadro XV.2 América Latina (14 países): Necesidades habitacionales insatisfechas según condición de pobreza, 2000.......................................................................185 Cuadro XV.3 América Latina (14 países): Necesidades habitacionales insatisfechas según condición de pobreza, 2000.......................................................................186 Table II.1 Latin America (15 countries): Urban households by poverty situation and type of dwelling, 1990-2000 .........................................................................108 Table II.2 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households by poverty situtation and drinking water, 1990-2000............................................................................109 Table II.3 Latin America (14 countries): urban households by poverty situation and sanitation, 1990-2000.........................................................................................110 Table II.4 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households by poverty situation and type of walls, 1990-2000....................................................................................111 Table II.5 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households by poverty situation and housing tenure, 1990-2000.................................................................................112 Pobreza y precariedad del hábitat en ciudades de América Latina y el Caribe 10 Table III.1 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households by poverty situation and type of dwelling, 1990....................................................................................... 114 Table III.2 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households by poverty situation and drinking water, 1990.......................................................................................... 115 Table III.3 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households by poverty situation and sanitation, 1990 ................................................................................................. 116 Table III.4 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households by poverty situation and type of walls, 1990 ............................................................................................ 117 Table III.5 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households by poverty situation and housing tenure, 1990 ......................................................................................... 118 Table IV.1 Latin America (15 countries): Urban households by poverty situation and type of dwelling, 2000....................................................................................... 120 Table IV.2 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households by poverty situation and drinking water, 2000.......................................................................................... 121 Table IV.3 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households by poverty situation and sanitation, 2000 ................................................................................................. 122 Table IV.4 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households by poverty situation and type of walls, 2000 ............................................................................................ 123 Table IV.5 Latin America(15 countries): Urban households by poverty situation and housing tenure, 2000 ......................................................................................... 124 Table V.1 Latin America (15 countries): Poor urban households by employment status and type of dwelling, 1990-2000 ................................................................... 126 Table V.2 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households by employment status and drinking water, 1990-2000 ...................................................................... 127 Table V.3 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households by employment status and sanitation, 1990-2000 .............................................................................. 128 Table V.4 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households by employment status and type of walls, 1990-2000 ......................................................................... 129 Table V.5 Latin America (15 countries): Poor urban households by employment status and housing tenure, 1990-2000 ...................................................................... 130 Table VI.1 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households by area, employment status and type of dwelling, 1990........................................................ 132 Table VI.2 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households by area, employment status and drinking water, 1990........................................................... 133 TableVI.3 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households by area, employment status and sanitation, 1990 .................................................................. 134 Table VI.4 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households by area, employment status and type of walls, 1990 ............................................................. 135 Table VI.5 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households by area, employment status and housing tenure, 1990 .......................................................... 136 Table VII.1 Latin America (15 countries): Poor urban households by area, employment status and type of dwelling, 2000........................................................ 138 Table VII.2 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households by area, employment status and drinking water, 2000........................................................... 139 Table VII.3 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households by area, employment status and sanitation, 2000 .................................................................. 140 Table VII.4 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households by area, employment status and type of walls, 2000 ............................................................. 141 Table VII.5 Latin America (15 countries): Poor urban households by area, employment status and housing tenure, 2000 .......................................................... 142 Table VIII.1 Latin America (15 countries): Urban households by poverty CEPAL - SERIE Manuales N° 38 11 situation and employment status, 1990-2000............................................................144 Table VIII.2 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households by poverty Situation and employment status, 1990 ....................................................................145 Table VIII.3 Latin America (15 countries): Urban households by poverty Situation and employment status, 2000 ....................................................................146 Table IX.1 Latin America (15 countries): Urban households headed by women by poverty situation and type of dwelling, 1990-2000.................................148 Table IX.2 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households headed by women by poverty situation and drinking water, 1990-2000 ...................................149 Table IX.3 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households headed by women by poverty situation and sanitation, 1990-2000 ...........................................150 Table IX.4 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households headed by women by poverty situation and type of walls, 1990-2000 ......................................151 Table X.1 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households headed by women by poverty situation and type of dwelling, 1990-2000.................................154 Table X.2 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households headed by women by poverty situation and drinking water, 1990.............................................155 Table X.3 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households headed by women by poverty situation and sanitation, 1990.....................................................156 Table X.4 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households headed by women by poverty situation and type of walls, 1990 ...............................................157 Table X.5 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households headed by women by poverty situation and housing tenure, 1990 ............................................158 Table XI.1 Latin América (15 countries): Urban households headed by women by poverty situation and type of dwelling, 2000..........................................160 Table XI.2 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households headed by women by poverty situation and drinking water, 2000.............................................161 Table XI.3 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households headed by women by poverty situation and sanitation, 2000.....................................................162 Table XI.4 Latin America (14 countries): Urban households headed by women by poverty situation and type of walls, 2000 ...............................................163 Table XI.5 Latin America (15 countries): Urban households headed by women by poverty situation and housing tenure, 2000 ............................................164 Table XII.1 Latin America (15 countries): Poor urban households headed by women by employment status and type of dwelling, 1990-2000 ........................166 Table XII.2 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households headed by women by employment status and drinking water, 1990-2000 ...........................167 Table XII.3 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households headed by women by employment status and sanitation, 1990-2000 ...................................168 Table XII.4 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households headed by women by employment status and type of walls, 1990-2000 ..............................169 Table XII.5 Latin America (15 countries): Poor urban households headed by women by employment status and housing tenure, 1990-2000 ...........................170 Table XIII.1 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households headed by women, by area, employment status and type of dwelling, 1990 ........................172 Table XIII.2 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households headed by women, by area, employment status and drinking water, 1990 ...........................173 Table XIII.3 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households headed by women, by area, employment status and sanitation, 1990...................................174 Table XIII.4 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households headed by women, by area, employment status and type of walls, 1990..............................175 Pobreza y precariedad del hábitat en ciudades de América Latina y el Caribe 12 Table XIII.5 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households headed by women, by area, employment status and housing tenure, 1990 .......................... 176 Table XIV.1 Latin America (15 countries): Poor urban households headed by women, by area, employment status and type of dwelling, 2000 ....................... 178 Table XIV.2 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households headed by women, by area, employment status and drinking water, 2000 .......................... 179 Table XIV.3 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households headed by women, by area, employment status and sanitation, 2000 .................................. 180 Table XIV.4 Latin America (14 countries): Poor urban households headed by women, by area, employment status and type of walls, 2000 ............................. 181 Table XIV.5 Latin America (15 countries): Poor urban households headed by women, by area, employment status and housing tenure, 2000 .......................... 182 Table XV.1 Latin America (14 countries): Unmet housing needs by poverty situation, 2000........................................................................................ 184 Table XV.2 Latin America (14 countries): Unmet housing needs by poverty situation, 2000........................................................................................ 185 Table XV.3 Latin America (14 countries): Unmet housing needs by poverty situation, 2000........................................................................................ 186 CEPAL - SERIE Manuales N° 38 13 Resumen Esta publicación aborda la pobreza y precariedad del hábitat en algunas ciudades latinoamericanas, identifica rasgos y tendencias que presentan estos fenómenos en base a información estadística proveniente de encuestas de hogares de los países de la región.1 El trabajo analiza el contexto en que se sitúa la pobreza urbana latinoamericana, en el cuadro más amplio de la pobreza en el mundo.
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DRAFT REPORT : STATISTICAL COMMISSION, 29TH SESSION, 11-14 FEBRUARY 1997
La Comisión: a) Aprobó el proyecto de recomendaciones revisadas sobre estadísticas de migración internacional (PROVISIONAL/ST/ESA/STAT/SER.M/58/Rev.1); b) Convino en que debían incorporarse las siguientes revisiones: i) En la versión inglesa, la palabra "dwelling" (vivienda) no se utilizaría para definir el concepto de "country of usual residence" (país de residencia habitual).
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THE RIGHT TO FOOD : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR, JEAN ZIEGLER : ADDENDUM
Public sector investments in agricultural research and extension and improvements in small-scale irrigation, have led to substantial increases in wheat and Boro rice production. (...) Shelters have been constructed in many areas and the Special Rapporteur saw instructions for their use painted on the walls of one slum dwelling of Dhaka, a positive element in raising awareness and reducing the loss of life during disasters. 31. (...) The Bangladesh Integrated Nutrition Project (BINP) which operated from 1996 to 2003 in cooperation with the NGO BRAC, has resulted in important improvements in the nutritional status of young children and mothers in 59 out of 464 upazilas where it has been piloted.
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GE.13-70311 (S)
Recalculations should ensure the consistency of the time series and shall be carried out to improve accuracy and/or completeness. Where the methodology or manner in which underlying AD and EFs are gathered has changed, Annex I Parties should recalculate their inventories for the base year and subsequent years of the times series. (...) As part of its inventory planning, each Annex I Party should consider ways to improve the quality of AD, EFs, methods and other relevant technical elements of the inventory. (...) Annex I Parties shall report, in the NIR, uncertainties estimated as indicated in paragraph 15 above, as well as methods used and underlying assumptions, for the purpose of helping to prioritize efforts to improve the accuracy of national inventories in the future and to guide decisions on methodological choice.
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DRAFT DECISION -/CP.17 :REVISION OF THE UNFCCC REPORTING GUIDELINES ON ANNUAL INVENTORIES FOR PARTIES INCLUDED IN ANNEX I TO THE CONVENTION : PROPOSAL / BY THE PRESIDENT
Recalculations should ensure the consistency of the time series and shall be carried out to improve accuracy and/or completeness. Where the methodology or manner in which underlying AD and EFs are gathered has changed, Annex I Parties should recalculate their inventories for the base year and subsequent years of the times series. (...) As part of its inventory planning, each Annex I Party should consider ways to improve the quality of AD, EFs, methods and other relevant technical elements of the inventory. (...) Annex I Parties shall report, in the NIR, uncertainties estimated as indicated in paragraph 16 above, as well as methods used and underlying assumptions, for the purpose of helping to prioritize efforts to improve the accuracy of national inventories in the future and to guide decisions on methodological choice.
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METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES UNDER THE CONVENTION :REVISION OF THE UNFCCC REPORTING GUIDELINES ON ANNUAL INVENTORIES FOR PARTIES INCLUDED IN ANNEX I TO THE CONVENTION : DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
Recalculations should ensure the consistency of the time series and shall be carried out to improve accuracy and/or completeness. Where the methodology or manner in which underlying AD and EFs are gathered has changed, Annex I Parties should recalculate their inventories for the base year and subsequent years of the times series. (...) As part of its inventory planning, each Annex I Party should consider ways to improve the quality of AD, EFs, methods and other relevant technical elements of the inventory. (...) Annex I Parties shall report, in the NIR, uncertainties estimated as indicated in paragraph 15 above, as well as methods used and underlying assumptions, for the purpose of helping to prioritize efforts to improve the accuracy of national inventories in the future and to guide decisions on methodological choice.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON ADEQUATE HOUSING AS A COMPONENT OF THE RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING, AND ON THE RIGHT TO NON-DISCRIMINATION IN THIS CONTEXT, RAQUEL ROLNIK : ADDENDUM
., the number of individuals and households who do not have a dwelling or live in a dwelling that does not meet minimum health and safety requirements. 12. (...) Persons belonging to the above categories are eligible for public housing if: (a) They do not own a house in the territory of the Republic; (b) They have not already obtained a house through the State Housing Fund; (c) They live in a dilapidated dwelling that does not meet sanitary and technical requirements; (d) They share a dwelling with two or more families; (e) They share the living space with a person suffering from a chronic disease. 29. (...) One of the most controversial measures taken by the Government is the decision to provide shareholders with no more than one apartment within the housing complex, regardless of the number of apartments purchased, in order to ensure that all those who invested in shared construction receive at least one dwelling for themselves and their 12 See “Kazakhstan/Kyrgyzstan: Exploitation of migrant workers, protection denied to asylum seekers and refugees”, International Federation for Human Rights, press release, October 2009.
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