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CROPWAT 8.0 for Windows is a computer program for the calculation of crop water requirements and irrigation requirements based on soil, climate and crop data. In addition, the program allows the development of irrigation schedules for different management conditions and the calculation of scheme water supply for varying crop patterns. (...) CROPWAT 8.0 is a Windows program based on the previous DOS versions. Apart from a completely redesigned user interface, CROPWAT 8.0 for Windows includes a host of updated and new features, including: monthly, decade and daily input of climatic data for calculation of reference evapotranspiration (ETo) backward compatibility to allow use of data from CLIMWAT database possibility to estimate climatic data in the absence of measured values decade and daily calculation of crop water requirements based on updated calculation algorithms including adjustment of crop-coefficient values calculation of crop water requirements and irrigation scheduling for paddy & upland rice, using a newly developed procedure to calculate water requirements including the land preparation period interactive user adjustable irrigation schedules daily soil water balance output tables easy saving and retrieval of sessions and of user-defined irrigation schedules graphical presentations of input data, crop water requirements and irrigation schedules easy import/export of data and graphics through clipboard or ASCII text files  extensive printing routines, supporting all windows-based printers context-sensitive help system Multilingual interface and help system: English, Spanish, French and Russian CROPWAT 8.0 for Windows was developed using Visual Delphi 4.0 and runs on the following Windows platforms: 95/98/ME/2000/NT/XP and Vista.
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Score: 1067787.3 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...bases-and-software/cropwat/ru/
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During the reporting period, there has been a continued progress in WIPO’s technical cooperation programs and activities delivered to LLDCs, as follows: • National IP Policies and Strategies (NIPS): WIPO assists Member States in integrating intellectual property (IP) into their national development policies and strategies to create enabling conditions for generating economically valuable IP assets and exploiting innovations, new technologies and the works of creativity. Currently, out of 32 LLDCs, 21 of them have adopted and are in the process of implementing NIPS. • In addition to providing access to critical scientific and technological information resources through its programs on Access to Research and Development Information (ARDI) and Access to Specialized Patent Information (ASPI), WIPO has been supporting the use of these resources by helping establish the networks of Technology and Innovation Support Centers (TISCs) in numerous countries around the world. By 2021, the number of LLDCs that received access to ARDI has reached 23, whereas eight LLDCs benefited from ASPI Programs. By 2021, 18 LLDCs have TISCs networks established by WIPO. • A substantial part of WIPO’s technical assistance to LLDCs has focused on capacity building and skills development.
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Score: 1066290.8 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/site...w.un.org.ohrlls/files/wipo.pdf
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In Mexico, a $500 million Program of Essential Social Services partly funded by the IDB combines annual targets for expanding family planning services with a nutrition and counseling program for pregnant and lactating women. (...) Data also shows that these programs lower inequality, and reduce the poverty gap by about 45 percent. (...) Today, some 2.5 billion people are covered by safety net programs and some 650 million people or 56 percent of the poorest quintile.
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Score: 1059664.5 - https://devbusiness.un.org/node/532336
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In Mexico, a $500 million Program of Essential Social Services partly funded by the IDB combines annual targets for expanding family planning services with a nutrition and counseling program for pregnant and lactating women. (...) Data also shows that these programs lower inequality, and reduce the poverty gap by about 45 percent. (...) Today, some 2.5 billion people are covered by safety net programs and some 650 million people or 56 percent of the poorest quintile.
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Score: 1059664.5 - https://devbusiness.un.org/content/world-population-day-2020
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CROPWAT 8.0 for Windows is a computer program for the calculation of crop water requirements and irrigation requirements based on soil, climate and crop data. In addition, the program allows the development of irrigation schedules for different management conditions and the calculation of scheme water supply for varying crop patterns. (...) CROPWAT 8.0 is a Windows program based on the previous DOS versions. Apart from a completely redesigned user interface, CROPWAT 8.0 for Windows includes a host of updated and new features, including: monthly, decade and daily input of climatic data for calculation of reference evapotranspiration (ETo) backward compatibility to allow use of data from CLIMWAT database possibility to estimate climatic data in the absence of measured values decade and daily calculation of crop water requirements based on updated calculation algorithms including adjustment of crop-coefficient values calculation of crop water requirements and irrigation scheduling for paddy & upland rice, using a newly developed procedure to calculate water requirements including the land preparation period interactive user adjustable irrigation schedules daily soil water balance output tables easy saving and retrieval of sessions and of user-defined irrigation schedules graphical presentations of input data, crop water requirements and irrigation schedules easy import/export of data and graphics through clipboard or ASCII text files  extensive printing routines, supporting all windows-based printers context-sensitive help system Multilingual interface and help system: English, Spanish, French and Russian CROPWAT 8.0 for Windows was developed using Visual Delphi 4.0 and runs on the following Windows platforms: 95/98/ME/2000/NT/XP and Vista.
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Score: 1058667.7 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...bases-and-software/cropwat/zh/
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Department of Economic and Social Affairs Financing Home Overview Mission Statement FSD Office Addis Ababa Conference Crisis Conference Doha Conference Monterrey Conference FfD Follow-Up ECOSOC FFD Forum General Assembly Inter-agency Task Force Tax Committee Infrastructure Forum Stakeholder Workstreams Trust Fund Global Investors for Sustainable Development Alliance Development Cooperation Topics Global Economic Governance External Debt Innovative Finance Inclusive & Local Finance Tax Cooperation Capacity Development Development Cooperation Documents General Assembly Documents ECOSOC Documents Tax Committee Documents Publications Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Intergovernmental Events Special Events Tax Cooperation Events Capacity Development Events DCF events Contact Us Design and Assessment of Tax Incentives in Developing Countries Summary The purpose of this publication is to provide tax policy makers and administrations with a practical and easy-to-implement methodology that allows them to estimate the net benefit of a tax incentive program in order to improve the design, assessment and administration of such a program, thereby supporting possible administrative reforms and improving tax procedures with a view to fostering greater tax efficiency, economic growth and equity. (...) Chapter I provides a list of items to be considered and addressed when drafting a tax incentive scheme to ensure consistency between the legal framework of such scheme and the policy underlying it, as well as clarity with respect to the scope of application and easiness in its administration. Chapter II proposes a cost-benefit analysis as an approach to assess the effectiveness of tax incentives. (...) It includes a review of the performance of the tourism industry in the Dominican Republic from a historical and regional perspective, as well as an assessment of the benefits and the costs (including the opportunity cost) of such a program. While all the considerations and recommendations presented in this publication are based on several approaches that have proven to be good practices in various countries, tax administrators should be cautious in applying them to different contexts and should consider the legal framework and the degree of institutional development required to adapt such practices to the situation in any specific country.
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Score: 1056545.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/pub...s-in-developing-countries.html
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Voluntary Energy Standards ◆ Information to consumers ◆ Targets for Manufacturers ◆ Market Driven Program Components ! Mandatory Energy Standards ◆ Regulation and Legal instrument in place ◆ well-defined Testing Protocol and sufficient Testing Facilities ◆ Certification Administration ◆ Monitoring and Enforcement Program Components ! Voluntary Energy Standards ◆ Promotion Activities ◆ Testing Procedures and Testing facilities ◆ Program Adjustment and Update ◆ Complementary Programs (e.g. incentives) Essential Parts and Costs ! (...) Product’s Market Profile Thailand’s experiences EGAT - labeling program - voluntary NEPO - MEPS – Mandatory DEDP - Standard Measures - voluntary Main Contents Agenda Day One Voluntary versus Mandatory Approaches Paper Presentation
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Score: 1051052.7 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...energy/op/clasp_prasertppt.pdf
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Salaam Raees, Annex 2 Questionnaire to subscribers of Introduction Since 2007 the ITU Telecommunication Development Bureau (ITU-BDT) has made available a computer program to assist the Administrations of developing countries in performing their spectrum management responsibilities more effectively. This program is known as SMS4DC (Spectrum Management System for Developing Countries). (...) · How do you evaluate the utilization of the software (easy/moderate/difficult)? □ Easy □ Moderate □ Difficult Please explain. · How do you evaluate the user manual of SMS4DC?
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Score: 1050516.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S...rkshop_Dec16_Questionnaire.doc
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UNICEF Viet Nam, working in partnership with the Government of Canada, has adapted and implemented the Public Health Agency of Canada’s Nobody’s Perfect parenting program. This international program is now available in Viet Nam. (...) For more information about the Nobody’s Perfect parenting program in Viet Nam contact: Nguyen Thi Y Duyen, Child Protection Specialist, Email: ntyduyen@unicef.org ; Tell: +84238500213 For more information about the Nobody’s Perfect program outside of Viet Nam, contact the Public Health Agency of Canada at PHAC.dca.public.inquiries.ASPC@canada.ca . (...) Over the years and across the world, thousands of community workers, parents, teachers and public health practitioners have been trained to offer the Nobody’s Perfect parenting program. In the process to become a facilitator, you will participate in a multi-day training as well as receive a practical resource – the Nobody’s Perfect Program: Facilitator’s Guide.
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Score: 1050474.8 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam/reports/parenting-booklets
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An analog-to-digital converter is needed in the real world to take analog signals (sound, light, pressure, or temperature) and convert them into 0's and 1's for a digital format. 6 A DSP key components Computing Engine: • Mathematical manipulations, calculations, and processes by accessing the program, or task, from the Program Memory and the information stored in the Data Memory Data Memory: • This stores the information to be processed and works hand in hand with program memory Program Memory: • This stores the programs, or tasks, that the DSP will use to process, compr ess, or manipulate data I/O: • This can be used for various things, depending on the field DSP is being used for, i.e. external ports, serial ports, timers, and connecting to the outside world. 7 DSP general system configuration 8 Reproduction 9 Block diagram of calculating algorithmic factors 10 Comparison of bases by quantity of demanded arithmetic operations No. (...) But, there are many noteworthy benefits of Clouding DSP and using a DSP reporting and analytics tool as a SaaS application: 14 Fast, easy and inexpensive deployment • Lack of infrastructure set up means a faster Return On Investment (ROI) • Large numbers of simultaneous users No hardware and setup expenditure: • Reduced implementation costs equate to a low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). • SaaS ensures that users only pay for what they use Flexibility. (...) It influences the way DSP software projects are managed which it provide a virtually unlimited pool of computing power, storage space and memory for the DSP infrastructure, so our proposed model represents a new environment atmosphere for the DSP that help in reduction of cost for DSP programs, enabling to add environments for testing, proof-of-concepts and upgrades.
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Score: 1050474.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...%20Khakimjon%20Zaynitdinov.pdf
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