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The Smart Healthy Citizen (SHC) program focuses on knowledge and practice of nutrition and 59 exercise as fundamental to people’s health. (...) Through education and technology solutions the program achieved a 14.5% reduction in BMI in 9 months. (...) It is a model that is now being adopted in Andalusia, Spain and should be easy to adapt for other cities. The success of the program is not the technology, but the multidisciplinary work, where doctors, teachers, mayors, merchants and associations, work together for a common cause: health and childhood.
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Score: 1000319.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...t/files/basic-html/page41.html
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Land Use Policy vol. 36 (2014), 330-341 Most CEE countries have since 1990 introduced land consolidation to address the structural problems in agriculture - On-going development of national land consolidation programs (2014) 3 The discussion on land consolidation in CEE has often been limited to either simple / voluntary or a compulsory / comprehensive approach Simple / Voluntary LC: • Few participating landowners • Only re-parcelling • No or limited facilitation of re- allotment planning • Fast and relatively low costs • Limited results • Many LC pilots have used voluntary approach Compulsory / comprehensive LC: • All landowners / parcels in the project area participate when agreement by majority • LC integrated with investments (e.g. irrigation, roads, land reclamation, village renewal etc.) • Time consuming and costly • CEE countries with LC program use this approach except Lithuania FAO and others have recognized that there could be a third model for land consolidation in CEE Integrated Voluntary Land Consolidation • Voluntary participation of landowners and farmers • Involve all landowners in the process (interview all of them in initial stage and motivate them to participate) • Integrate facilitated re-allotment planning with local measures for rural development • Tailor-made solutions for each country based on local preconditions and land policy (but learning from the experiences of other countries) • The model can be further developed 4 Land consolidation integrated with local measures for rural development • Prepare local community development plan through a participatory process with local government and all local stakeholders including landowners and farmers • An outcome of the community planning can be a prioritized catalogue of local development projects (e.g. field and access roads, irrigation etc.) • The experience is that it is not always easy to make it work in practise and to secure national budget funding for the projects additional to the re-allotment of parcels 8 Land mobility is crucial for results in a voluntary land consolidation approach Ref.: Hartvigsen, M., 2014: Land Mobility in a Central and Eastern Land Consolidation Concext. (...) Key factors determining land mobility 5 Illustration of land mobility Land mobility map from Dracevo LC pilot village (available land pool) High land mobility Good potential for voluntary land consolidation Tools to increase land mobility • Land banking is a key instrument but there are other tools. • Land consolidation legislation to ensure simplified and cost- effective land transactions (make it easy, fast and effective for beneficiaries to participate). • Financial support of land transaction costs in land consolidation gives a strong incentive to participate. • Resolving existing land registration problems for those who participate in LC is a strong incentive for participation. • Make sure to have enough time for the LC process (re-allotment planning takes time and some will only decide to participate when they see results). • Allow transactions outside the core LC project area. 6 Integrated Voluntary Land Consolidation – Way forward • It is the experience in CEE that countries often cannot afford very comprehensive LC projects and that politicians have no time for long projects • It is also the experience that simple and voluntary LC (scattered re-parceling initiated and agreed among local stakeholders themselves) is often not enough • The development of a third model with the best from the two traditional models is on the way • The model needs to be further developed in the years to come based on the lessons learned so far in CEE
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Score: 999952.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...DNET/2014/2_7_1_Hartvigsen.pdf
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WHO | Transfer of Learning: A Guide for Strengthening the Performance of Health Care Workers Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums Transfer of Learning: A Guide for Strengthening the Performance of Health Care Workers Guide Authors : IntraHealth (PRIME II Project) and JHPIEGO Publication details Publication date : 2002 Downloads Access (web site) Intended users: All stakeholders in the training and learning process, including: policy makers and officials at national, regional, and local levels, program planners, supervisors, trainers, learners, and their co-workers. Description The purpose of this 19 page easy-to-read guide is to share strategies and techniques that can be used before, during and after training interventions to ensure support for the transfer of knowledge and skills to improved health workers’ performance on the job. The strategies and techniques for transferring learning are presented in an easy-to-use matrix that serves as a table of contents for the rest of the document.
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Score: 999655.1 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...iance/knowledge/toolkit/52/en/
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Arranz’ proposed application aims to incentivize users of Bicing, the community bicycle program in Barcelona, to deposit bicycles at underserved Bicing stations. (...) “The idea of the application,” says Arranz, “is to reduce CO2 emission and ‘gamify’ (turn into a game) this green transport system for sustainable cities.” Easy Refuel , Dirceu Dirs (Brazil) Second prize, $2000 and Nokia Lumia, was awarded to Dirceu Dirs from Brazil for an application targeting drivers of electric vehicles and petroleum-fueled cars alike. The “Easy Refuel” application was developed on the Arduino electronics platform and alerts drivers via text message when their vehicles are in need of a refuel, pointing them to the nearest, cheapest refueling stations.
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Score: 999655.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/clim...e/greenict/201206/winners.html
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Transfer Private Sector : FDI, Trade Public Sector : - ODA Programs : Tech. Coop. - Bi/Multilateral Institutional Schemes: AIJ, Exchange & Training programs Public R&D private sectors commercialization / marketing from Public to Private not from North to South 8 Role of GovernmentRole of Government Provide regulatory framework - Market and demand creation Major Player of Market: end user - Esp. for Energy and ESTs, - Ex. (...) abusing IPR compulsory licensing (agenda 21) 13 More than current market, ODA, institutional actions - not just enabling business environment Improving the access, conditions of market - easy financing, licensing, tech. assessment Promote indigenous R&D capacity ExpectationsExpectations 14 Lack of Own Capacity for indigenous R&D, Finance, Adaptation, Assessment, Verification, Tech.Coop.Prog.: More Hardware > Software - transfer of Black Box not Know-how Even for publicly-funded Tech.: - only being commercialized in the market - emphasis on “Enabling Business Environment” Sources for FrustrationSources for Frustration 15 What Governments can do to - Improve market functions to create stable and sound EST market as major end-user of EST - Improve public R&D programs to catalyze Tech. (...) Dumping - to promote sound EST market development Monitor Tech. Coop. Programs : - to evaluate & improve TT for mutual satisfaction/not much feed back from field - to develop indicators for Tech.
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Score: 998453 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...ov08/TrackC_7Nov_R.K.Chung.pdf
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UNICEF’s professional development courses and programs carried out in the school over the years contributed to reaching this point. (...) He and his sister received the necessary tablets through the "Together for the Future" program. The 7th and 8th grades had priority in this regard. (...) His drawing talent is very visible. He also likes programming, although he only had a few IT classes so far, and playing games on the phone.
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Score: 997172.3 - https://www.unicef.org/romania...ries/alexanders-way-over-hills
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An application developer can benefit from DAN in regards to easy programming of network applications, e.g., easy specification of interfaces for calling other applications by name. 7.9 Multihoming with DAN Nowadays mobile devices are equipped with multiple wireless interfaces such as bluetooth, WLAN and long- term evolution (LTE).
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Score: 997136.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page80.html
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Online training program for medical professionals conducted Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific Countries Countries in the WHO South-East Asia Region: Bangladesh Bhutan Democratic People’s Republic of Korea India Indonesia Maldives Myanmar Nepal Sri Lanka Thailand Timor-Leste When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. South-East Asia Sri Lanka Home Health topics News Our work Emergencies About us COVID-19 Home / News / Detail / Online training program for medical professionals conducted Online training program for medical professionals conducted 26 May 2020 Feature story On 20 May, 2020, the World Health Organization Sri Lanka (WCO-SRL) and the National Human Resource (HR) Capacity Development Program of the Ministry of Health and Indigenous Medical Services (MoH) conducted an online training program for nursing professionals, medical officers, mental health professionals, and consultants.  Over 1,000 participants in training centers at 32 hospitals across the country joined the online training program.   The program is composed of a series of training sessions.
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Score: 995962.3 - https://www.who.int/srilanka/n...edical-professionals-conducted
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Modification of tsunami forecasting and warning program. Sec. 505. Modification of national tsunami hazard mitigation program. (...) Modification of tsunami research program. Sec. 507. Global tsunami warning and mitigation network. (...) MODIFICATION OF TSUNAMI FORECASTING AND WARNING PROGRAM. … (b) COMPONENTS.—The program under this section shall—[from Public Law 109–479] … [Modifying the appropriate section of text from Public Law 109–479] “provide and allow, as practicable, for integration of tsunami detection technologies with other environmental observing technologies and commercial and Federal undersea communications cables”] SEC. 505.
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Score: 995090.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/c...ocuments/JTF-TWERA_2017-v2.pdf
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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: 948145.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=CES/AC.71/2004/16&Lang=E
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