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In the canvassing areas, census enumerators also prepare dwelling lists and usually complete the questionnaires at the dwelling with the respondents. (...) These dwellings would be identified by comparing good quality administrative data to the dwelling’s usual residents on the completed census questionnaire. (...) The timeline of some record linkage activities could be improved to allow imputation for non-mailout areas. 18.
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Score: 1341929.6 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul..._CES_GE.41_2022_7-2210829E.pdf
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On the other hand, the Programme will provide adapted measures that will provide public rental housing in areas with better employment opportunities, where the demand for housing is the greatest. ] - each public rental dwelling sold will have to be replaced by at least one public rental dwelling. - the range of possible options for addressing one's housing need will be improved and extended, in particular for the young, for the elderly and for persons with special needs. - the housing stock earmarked for addressing housing needs of the most vulnerable population groups will be increased in accordance with the demand and will be adapted so as to require minimum charges from the user. (...) Issues linked to the accessibility of housing for vulnerable population groups concern not only setting non-profit rents, providing subsidies for rents, shortage of public rental dwellings, and appropriate dwellings for persons with specific needs, but also the lack of different forms of assistance for people to address their housing needs by themselves. The emphasis will be placed, besides on the gradual regulation of the system of rents, on the conservation of the public rental housing stock, and this by introducing the principle that each public rental dwelling sold must be replaced by at least one (comparable) new public rental dwelling.
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Score: 1313604.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ates/Republic_of_Slovenia.docx
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This was due to the fact that most dwelling units in rural areas are traditional houses and have no title deeds and cannot be mortgaged. (...) The government’s Financial Sector Strategy also includes improved consumer literacy and protection, and local ownership in commercial banks. (...) A N$2.9 billion (US$212 million) budget was earmarked for allocation to the Ministry of Regional, Local Government, Housing and Rural Development to cater for the servicing of land and improved sanitary standards in urban, peri-urban and rural areas.
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Score: 1313348.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...Housing/RightLife/Namibia.docx
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But the general mood in the industrial enterprises has brightened up again: In August, the ifo poll on business climate ( www.ifo.de ) improved for the fourth time in a row which normally indicates a turnaround of the economy. (...) It is estimated that approximately two thirds of annual forest cuts in the form of sawnwood, boards and constructional elements go towards this economic sector. completed dwellings in Germany 1, 000 501 290 326 423 473 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 year completed dwellings approved dwellings in Germany 1, 000 476 274 291 348 437 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 year approved dwellings Intensive marketing activities are also designed to help revive timber sales, inter alia, in the building industry. (...) The amendment is aimed at improving the energy use of wood by way of higher compensation rates.
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Score: 1309733.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...s/market/market-61/germany.doc
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Limited refers to an improved source more than 30 minutes roundtrip. Unimproved sources include unprotected dug wells and unprotected springs. (...) Quality of source drinking water Quality of household drinking water “Borehole” and “Surface water or Other” figures are based on 25-49 unweighted cases. Improved sources: piped water (piped into dwelling, piped to yard/plot, piped to neighbour, public tap/standpipe), borehole, protected well or spring. Unimproved sources: unimproved well or spring, surface water or other. Improved sources: piped water (piped into dwelling, piped to yard/plot, piped to neighbour, public tap/standpipe), borehole, protected well or spring, bottled water.
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Score: 1307181.9 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia...rgia/files/2019-11/wash_en.pdf
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What matters especially is that the mood in industrial enterprises has improved since it hit a low in October last year. In 2002, the real increase in the gross domestic product is likely to amount to around ¾ %. (...) As shown by the graphs below, in 2001 the number of building permits as well as of completed dwellings declined further in housing construction as a whole, however. (...) Thus there has been no question of an sector-specific boom in timber construction for some time now. approved dwellings in Germany 1, 000 528 291 348 437 476 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 year approved dwellings completed dwellings in Germany 1, 000 578 326 423 473 501 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 year completed dwellings The impact of the immense flooding disaster of this summer on the construction industry cannot be precisely assessed to date.
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Score: 1300217.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...s/market/market-60/germany.doc
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Proposal: Multifactorial screening of fall risk in community-dwelling adults - 3 - FG-AI4H-B-026-R1 INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION TELECOMMUNICATION STANDARDIZATION SECTOR STUDY PERIOD 2017-2020 FG-AI4H-B-026-R1 ITU-T Focus Group on AI for Health Original: English WG(s): New York, 15-16 November 2018 DOCUMENT Source: Associação Fraunhofer Portugal Research - Fraunhofer Portugal Research Center for Assistive Information and Communication Solutions Title: Proposal: Multifactorial screening of fall risk in community-dwelling adults Purpose: Discussion Contact: Inês Sousa Associação Fraunhofer Portugal Research Portugal Tel: +351 220 430 326 Email: ines.sousa@fraunhofer.pt Contact: Maria Vasconcelos Associação Fraunhofer Portugal Research Portugal Tel: +351 220 430 353 Email: maria.vasconcelos@fraunhofer.pt Abstract: This project aims to improve the screening of fall risk in community-dwelling adults. (...) Project Title Multifactorial screening of fall risk in community-dwelling adults Overview Falls are one of the most common health problems in the elderly population, about a third of community-dwelling adults aged 65 years or older fall each year [1], and these events represent more than 50% of the hospitalizations due to lesions in this age group. (...) Falls have a multifactorial origin [2], however most of the fall risk factors are amendable by implementing falls prevention programs based on improving strength and balance and modifying behaviours.
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Score: 1299265.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ments/all/FGAI4H-B-026-R1.docx
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Additionally, the local municipalities have an unconditioned right to dispose a certain share of all vacant family dwellings and dwellings for young persons to solve social housing problems. (...) Furthermore, the agreement holds initiatives for improving the existing social housing dwellings for older persons in terms of providing adequate housing for older persons (50 million DKK). (...) These are privately owned rental dwellings designed for people in need of service and care.
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Score: 1295782.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...uate-housing-DENMARK-en_0.docx
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Visitors (not usual residents) temporarily living in the dwelling are included, if staying continuously for more than 6 months. Domestic staff living in same dwelling/compound are included in the unit. Renters living in same dwelling/compound are not included in the unit. (...) Errors/biases were minimized by using an updated sampling frame, an increased sample size, improving training method. Enumeration procedure: Enumeration uses a single round survey design in which each reporting unit is enumerated only once.
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Score: 1293594.5 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/323A.html
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Improved drinking water sources include: piped water into dwelling, plot or yard; public tap/stand pipe serving no more than 5 households; protected spring; rainwater collection; bottled water (if secondary source is also improved); bore hole/tube well; and, protected dug well. 2) Access to improved sanitation – A household is considered to have access to improved sanitation if household members have access to a facility with an excreta disposal system that hygienically separates human waste from human contact. Improved facilities include: flush/pour-flush toilets or latrines connected to a sewer, septic tank or pit; ventilated improved pit latrine; pit latrine with a slab or platform, which covers the pit entirely; and, composting toilets/latrines. 3) Sufficient living area /overcrowding– A dwelling unit provides sufficient living area for the household members if not more than three people share the same habitable room.8 Additional indicators of overcrowding have been proposed: area-level indicators such as average in-house living area per person or the number of households per area. (...) MEASUREMENT12: Security of Tenure: • Proportion of households with formal title deeds to both land and residence. • Proportion of households with formal title deeds to either one of land or residence. • Proportion of households with agreements or any document as a proof of a tenure arrangement. Access to improved water sources: • Proportion of households whose members have access to improved drinking water sources (i.e. piped in water into dwelling, plot or yard; public tap/stand pipe service; protected spring; rain water collection; bottled water if secondary source is also improved; bore hole/tube well; and protected dug well).
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Score: 1284175.8 - https://unhabitat.org/sites/de..._indicator_metadata-11.1.1.pdf
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