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By providing childcare, meals, and other support, digital jobs programs can increase the likelihood of women’s participation and success. (...) During this unprecedented global crisis, similar training programs can be implemented remotely. Safe training locations for women can be modified to meet health and safety protocols. (...) View World Bank ICT Procurement Notices on UNDB ❭ ❱ Women excited to participate in the Click-On Kaduna digital skills training program in Kaduna State, Nigeria. A participant and her son enjoying the Click-On Kaduna digital skills training program.
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Score: 1035694.1 - https://devbusiness.un.org/con...velopment-information-day-2020
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By providing childcare, meals, and other support, digital jobs programs can increase the likelihood of women’s participation and success. (...) During this unprecedented global crisis, similar training programs can be implemented remotely. Safe training locations for women can be modified to meet health and safety protocols. (...) View World Bank ICT Procurement Notices on UNDB ❭ ❱ Women excited to participate in the Click-On Kaduna digital skills training program in Kaduna State, Nigeria. A participant and her son enjoying the Click-On Kaduna digital skills training program.
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Score: 1035694.1 - https://devbusiness.un.org/node/566242
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ActiveHealth_UN-ProgramOverview-pdf.pdf PROGRAM OVERVIEW  Feel better, get active and be healthier with your wellness program. Don’t miss out! Your wellness program includes:  Lifestyle and condition coaching: Ready to do something good for yourself?  (...) You choose how to use the program. You can go at your own pace with online  digital coaching. 
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Score: 1035211.1 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...activehealth_overview_copy.pdf
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This year CELADE is launching the latest version of REDATAM " Redatam7 Fast&Friendly ", with new characteristics and improvements mentioned here: The program uses a highly compressed hierarchical structured database with millions of records of persons and households, enumeration areas, provinces or any administrative division of a country.  (...) Among the improvements of Redatam7 is the use of XML format enabling easy conversion with other programs to import/export,  a new compiler that facilitates maintenance and incorporation of new commands, new functions in the programming language,  the  Unicode support allows to incorporate other languages,  the complete redesign of the Webserver interface for better online processing, a new storage architecture,  faster processing engine (process a million records per second)  and better output tables styles. (...) ECLAC Directors ECLAC History Work with us: jobs Suppliers - Acquisitions 2030 Agenda SDG Gateway Regional architecture Commission sessions Observatories Regional Forum for Sustainable Development Treaties and conventions Knowledge Publications Training Library Comunidades Cooperation United Nations Development Account Regular Technical Cooperation Program Extrabudgetary programs and projects Covid-19 COVID Observatory Data and statistics CEPALSTAT News Live broadcasts News Releases Announcements Opinion column Speeches Infographics Images ECLAC in the media Videos Topics Economical Economic development International trade and integration Production, productivity and management Social Social development Population and development Environmental Natural resources Sustainable development and human settlements Cross-cutting 2030 Agenda Gender affairs Planning for development Statistics Events Events Contact Contact © ECLAC - United Nations Terms and conditions
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Score: 1031778.1 - https://www.cepal.org/en/topics/redatam/about-redatam
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-- engaging engaging artisanalartisanal miners as miners as ‘‘informal sectorinformal sector’’ workers instead of workers instead of ‘‘illegalillegal’’ -- identifying concerns and priorities articulated by poorer minewidentifying concerns and priorities articulated by poorer mineworkersorkers -- promoting socialpromoting social andand environmental equity in environmental equity in artisanalartisanal mining areasmining areas 2) Concrete lessons from recent development programs -- insights from UN pilot initiatives in Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Ininsights from UN pilot initiatives in Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Indonesiadonesia -- value of working proactively with unlicensed and licensed minewvalue of working proactively with unlicensed and licensed mineworkersorkers 3) Recommend strategies for capacity3) Recommend strategies for capacity--building, training and building, training and collaboration in gold mining communitiescollaboration in gold mining communities 80-100 million people depend on artisanal and small-scale mining ASM produces approximately 20% of global gold production Populations are diverse – women, men, children; working on land (reef mining), in forests, in rivers (alluvial gold panning), etc. Work as organizations, groups, associations, individuals, families Usually working without official legal status – “informal sector” (many governments have not yet developed policies for artisanal mining) Global Governance Challenges Global Governance Challenges -- ASM Population GrowingASM Population Growing In many countries, despite the existence of legislation/policies for small- scale mining, there is minimal benefit from those policies In the majority of regions, there have not been any assistance programs. The only interaction with authorities comes when problems arise (reactive governance measures). (...) It is recommended that governments reIt is recommended that governments re--examine policy and examine policy and institutional approaches, ensure that benefits can accrue from institutional approaches, ensure that benefits can accrue from legalization procedures and develop proactive programs of legalization procedures and develop proactive programs of engagement with informal sector workers.engagement with informal sector workers.
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Score: 1031719.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/res...ble-2/presentation_Spiegel.pdf
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It was her mother who decided that it was time to let Mădălina on her own. And this was not an easy decision at all - she was probably encouraged by the parental education sessions she attended at the school, organized through the ‘Together for the Future’ program. (...) She received a tablet from school through the microgrant facilitated by ‘Together for the Future’ program, while her family insured she had Internet connection. (...) When there is no room for fear, plans for the future show up Mădălina participates in the Holtis school clubs supported by the ‘Together for the future’ program. At the dance club, she helps her colleagues dress in the folk costumes, as they need help with some of the accessories.
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Score: 1025886.3 - https://www.unicef.org/romania/stories/courage-move
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We have integrated global and regional development goals, including the Istanbul Program of Action into our development plan and made effort for their effective implementation. 4. (...) The Government of Nepal provides a large number of social protection scheme including allowances for widows, senior citizens, the disabled, child grants and various employment programs. 7. However, the unfolding of the COVID-19 pandemic has pummeled our prospects of development with far reaching socio-economic implications. (...) Enhanced support must be provided from the development partners to achieve the SDGs and goals set out in LDCs’ Program of Action. 15. Similarly, support measures must be ensured to the countries in the graduation pipeline and to those that have recently graduated.
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Score: 1025704.5 - https://www.un.org/ldc5/sites/...ww.un.org.ldc5/files/nepal.pdf
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USAID, working in conjunction with the governments of Norway, Zambia and Uganda, Merck, and non-profit actors such as the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists on the “Saving Mothers, Giving Life” program helped to build up integrated RMNCH services at the community level. (...) She also detailed their successful mentoring program, where health facilities work with mentors from the health ministry to monitor the data in real time. Using real time data monitoring and the support provided by the mentoring program, they have increased the percent of women who need are on antiretroviral treatment to 84%.
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Score: 1024375.1 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...rsforum/pf2014/en/index16.html
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Its goal is to offer a platform for the delivery of and easy access to high quality healthcare education and information while supporting the development and humanitarian goals of healthcare programs in developing and transitional countries. (...) Main activities The Healthcare Educational programs of MKI are dedicated to improving the quality of healthcare and promoting humanitarian values through education, and public health programs. (...) This educational program is meant for small and medium sized enterprises.
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Score: 1023802.1 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...s_partners/member_list/mki/en/
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THE PC-AXIS SOFTWARE FAMILY : A CONSORTIUM FOR OUTPUT DATABASES : INVITED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY STATISTICS SWEDEN
The following systems are used at Statistics Sweden and are not transferable, although UN/ECE have taken some inspiration from the programs. Macrometa is an interactive program for entering the metadata. The Metalist program makes listings from the Meta database. MacroData is a program to load the data into the database according to the descriptions in the Meta database. (...) PC-Axis is a Windows program that can be linked to a web browser as a helper application.
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Score: 947577.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=CES/AC.71/2004/16&Lang=E
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