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Enhancing democracy in Moldova through inclusive and transparent elections (phase II) | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Moldova Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Română Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Back Select Language Română Home Moldova Projects Enhancing democracy in Moldova through inclusive and transparent elections (phase II) Enhancing democracy in Moldova through inclusive and transparent elections (phase II) Status: Ongoing Duration: 2020 – 2023 Budget: US$3,332,168 Coverage: Republic of Moldova Beneficiaries: Central Electoral Commission, Centre for Continuous Electoral Training Focus Area: Effective Governance Partners: Public Services Agency; e-Governance Agency; Ministry of Education and Research; Diaspora Relations Bureau of the State Chancellery; State Tax Inspectorate, Court of Accounts; civil society organizations and mass-media Project Document: Enhancing democracy in Moldova through inclusive and transparent elections (phase II) See more information about the project on the transparency portal.   Project Summary: The second phase of the “Enhancing democracy in Moldova through inclusive and transparent elections” (EDMITE II) Project sets the overall goal of achieving an enhanced integrity, transparency and inclusiveness of the electoral process in Moldova by ensuring a more independent and credible electoral administration and better informed and pro-active citizens. (...) UNDP has a long-standing partnership with the Central Electoral Commission (CEC) and the Center for Continuous Electoral Training (CCET) aiming at advancing the democratic electoral processes in Moldova by consolidating the transparency and efficiency of elections’ management, modernization of electoral IT solutions and enhancing the inclusiveness and participation of voters.
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Score: 407534.74 - https://www.undp.org/moldova/p...transparent-elections-phase-ii
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Microsoft Word - MID PIRG17 & RASG7 WP37-UAE, Oman, India MIDANPIRG/17 & RASG-MID/7-WP/37 04/04/2019 International Civil Aviation Organization MIDANPIRG/17 and RASG-MID/7 Meeting (Cairo, Egypt, 15 – 18 April 2019) Agenda Item 6.2: Air Navigation Planning and Implementation COLLABORATIVE OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENT MEETING OUTCOME (India/Oman/UAE/IATA) (Presented by the United Arab Emirates) SUMMARY The purpose of this working paper is to share the outcome of the Regional meeting that was hosted by the UAE General Civil Authority in Abu Dhabi on the 28th of February 2019, between Airports Authority of India, Oman Public Authority for Civil Aviation, UAE General Civil Aviation Authority and International Air Transport Association to discuss and collaborate on operational enhancements over the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. (...) The concept can be tried over the Arabian/Indian Sea; and d) Segregation of CPDLC and non-CPDLC equipped aircraft: This will reduce congestion and will pave the way for “Most capable best-served” principle. 2.3 ATM Enhancement Initiatives: 2.3.1 In order to increase efficiency and enhance safety, the following ATM enhancement initiatives were presented by Airports Authority on India (AAI): ˗ enhancement of the ATM system to indicate overdue flights; ˗ inclusion of further Radar and ADS-B/C data into the ATM system; ˗ improve the radio communications coverage; ˗ surveillance data exchange between ANSPs; ˗ establishing an ATS Inter-facility Data Communications (AIDC) between ANSPs; and ˗ PBN enhancement/upgrade in Mumbai FIR. 2.3.2 These enhancements will increase the Communication/Surveillance coverage, and consequently will allow the application of 30NM longitudinal separation on ATS routes L301/L639 increasing the availability of optimum flight levels for eastbound and westbound flights and improve safety and efficiency. 2.3.3 Oman PACA pointed out the initiative to establish AIDC with Karachi and Mumbai FIRs and the addition of direct circuit hotlines and communication lines between Muscat and Mumbai ACCs. 2.3.4 The participants stressed the need to identify the technical and operational challenges and to address them accordingly. (...) MIDANPIRG/17 & RASG-MID/7-WP/37 - 4 - 2.3.6 The discussions were concluded by seven agreed actions aiming at enhancing the Air Traffic Management efficiency and safety.
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Score: 407534.74 - https://www.icao.int/MID/MIDAN...s/MID17%20and%20RASG7/WP37.pdf
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Maintenance of these Recommendations, the study of enhancements to, and new applications of, X.500, and continued collaboration with IETF and ISO/IEC JTC 1 are necessary. (...) Maintenance of this Recommendation, the study of enhancements to, and new applications of, X.509, and continued collaboration with IETF and ISO/IEC JTC 1 are necessary. (...) e) What changes to the X.500-series Recommendations and/or what new Recommendations are required to specify enhancements to, and to correct defects in, the Directory ?
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Score: 407534.74 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2001-2004/com17/sg17-qe.html
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Maintenance of these Recommendations, the study of enhancements to, and new applications of, X.500, and continued collaboration with IETF and ISO/IEC JTC 1 are necessary. (...) Maintenance of this Recommendation, the study of enhancements to, and new applications of, X.509, and continued collaboration with IETF and ISO/IEC JTC 1 are necessary. (...) e) What changes to the X.500-series Recommendations and/or what new Recommendations are required to specify enhancements to, and to correct defects in, the Directory?
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Score: 407534.74 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2005-2008/com17/sg17-q2.html
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The enhanced GOP concept organizes pictures in temporal scalability layers and sub-sequences. (...) Layer 1 (the first enhancement layer) depends on some of the data in the base layer. Layer 2 (the second enhancement layer) depends on some of the data in the first enhancement layer and in the base layer and so on.
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Score: 407420.68 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/2002_05_Fairfax/JVT-C080.doc
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ICAO Universal Safety Oversight Programme RSC/1-WP/4 - 2 - Note: The Safety Enhancement Initiatives that follow refers to initiatives of other well established safety teams in other ICAO Regions. (...) Safety Enhancement Initiative LOC 2 - Risk Assessment and Management (Safety Impact High) 2.4 This Safety Enhancement was reviewed by some safety teams in 2009 and it was decided that this initiative had been overtaken by the introduction of SMS requirements. (...) Example of Safety Team Outputs 2.6 The AC on Flight Safety Document System, issued under Safety Enhancement Initiative CFIT 7, would serve to address this aspect.
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Score: 407224.46 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2012/rsc_1/docs/wp04.pdf
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EINBETTEN Word.Picture.6 FIGURE U.5/H.263 Structure of Picture layer for Enhanced Reference Picture Selection The syntax for the GOB layer when Enhanced Reference Picture Selection is indicated is shown in Figure U.6. (...) EINBETTEN Word.Picture.6 FIGURE U.6/H.263 Structure of Gob layer for Enhanced Reference Picture Selection The syntax for the Slice layer when Enhanced Reference Picture Selection is indicated is shown in Figure U.7. (...) U.4.2.5 Enhancement Layer Number (ELNUM) (4 bits) Enhancement layer number is present if and only if ELNUMI is “1”, in which case it contains the layer number of the enhancement layer referred to in the back-channel message.
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Score: 407113.13 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/9811_Seo/q15f32r1.doc
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PowerPoint Presentation International Coordinating Council of Aerospace Industries Associations 1 Runway Excursion Risk Mitigation The Value of a Collaborative Response Gerardo M Hueto Member, Industry Safety Strategy Group The Industry Safety Strategy Group (ISSG) Industry and ICAO committed to work together in aviation safety Regional Aviation Safety Group-Pan America Established in November 2008 To coordinate Safety efforts in the NAM, CAR , and SAM regions To promote and implement safety initiatives through the cooperation of all stakeholders Co-Chaired by States and Industry Supported by ICAO Regional Offices Regional Aviation Safety Team – PA Safety enhancement implementation team for RASG-PA Risk-based approach to Safety enhancement http://www.mexico.icao.int/RegionalGroups.html Lima Latin America Regional Aviation Safety Team Mexico INDUSTRY NAM, CAR, SAM STATES REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS ACSA CASSOS Airbus And Boeing IATA ALTA ACI IFALPA IFATCA ICAO RASG-PA Steering Committee includes ICAO, States from NAM, CAR, and SAM regions, Industry, International and Regional Organizations Safety Enhancements and Detailed Implementation Plans North America and Caribbean RASG-PA Safety Process Areas of Risk LOC, RE, CFIT FAA CAST RASG-PA Safety Process Virtual meetings Bi-Weekly RAST Monthly RASG Steering Committee Face to face meetings RAST quarterly RASG SC quarterly RASG plenary once a year Runway Excursion risk mitigation Developed: Safety Report, Safety Enhancement Initiatives, Detailed Implementation Plans Based on existing safety enhancements and risk mitigation tools from: IATA, FSF, IFALPA, Airbus, Boeing, CAST, and US FAA Implementation phase: 4Q 2010 – 4Q 2013 (includes assurance) 6 RAST Number Safety Enhancement Action RAST-PA/RE/01 Stabilized approaches (PBN Implementation) RAST-PA/RE/02 Implementation RESA (Where possible) RAST-PA/RE/03 Implement EMAS (Where possible) RAST-PA/RE/04 Promote pilot adherence to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for approach procedures including go- around decision making process. RAST-PA/RE/05 Timely notification about runway conditions by AIS add /ATS RAST-PA/RE/06 Improve runway conditions in accordance with Annex 14 RAST-PA/RE/07 Implement risk management measures taking into consideration the ones contained in ALAR RAST-PA/RE/08 Guidance in maintaining runway in accordance with Annex 14 (put this point next to 6) RAST-PA/RE/09 Specific Training for pilots and air traffic controllers to avoid unstabilized approaches RAST-PA/RE/10 Specific training for aerodrome personnel regarding maintenance and operations of the runway RASG-PA Runway Excursion (RE) Safety Enhancement Initiatives 7 Detailed Implementation Plan Example: RAST-PA RE/09 Conclusions We have available tools to prevent many of the runway excursions occurring today Aviation is a complex system, no single stakeholder can provide the necessary safety enhancements Efforts to improve safety have been most successful when industry and government have worked together, with better use and coordination of resources A collaborative approach can and will promote rapid, positive implementation of risk mitigation strategies in an efficient manner A viable, self-sustaining, and co-led industry-government regional safety group is the best way to coordinate the implementation Thank you!
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Score: 406685.9 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Ru...s/PDF/3B-3-Gerardo%20Hueto.pdf
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New Automatic Weather Station to enhance Palau's climate monitoring capacities | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Pacific Office Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Home Pacific Office New Automatic Weather Station to enhance Palau's climate monitoring capacities New Automatic Weather Station to enhance Palau's climate monitoring capacities Posted June 3, 2022 Representatives at the Palau Weather Station Photo: UNDP Koror, Palau – The Automatic Weather Station (AWS) was officially commissioned on 15th April to the Palau National Weather Service Office (NWSO) under the UN Development Programme (UNDP) Enhancing Disaster and Climate Resilience (EDCR) project funded by the Government of Japan. The AWS will support NWSO’s capacity in enhancing Palau’s climate monitoring system and improving its resilience to climate-related hazards. (...) It aims to strengthen gender sensitive disaster communication and climate monitoring systems; enhance gender sensitive national and state disaster responder’s readiness capacity; and enhance community disaster resilience through improved water resource management and integrated gender and social inclusion awareness.
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Score: 406651.17 - https://www.undp.org/pacific/p...-climate-monitoring-capacities
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On 23 October, as part of the informal consultations of the UNECE Team of Specialists on Innovation and Competitiveness Policies, policy makers and experts from academia, think tanks and the private sector explored best possible approaches and practices on innovation-enhancing procurement in the UNECE region. Discussions revealed to key factors for innovation-enhancing procurement to work: first, evaluation criteria and payment streams should be clearly linked to performance indicators; and second, tenders should be formulated around the envisaged impact, creating ample room for bidders to come up with different solutions to achieve that impact. (...) Finally, governments also need to improve the skills and capacity of public procurement institutions, enhance data collection, and monitor and evaluate results and risks continually. (...) The recommendations and best practices identified at the meeting will be part of a UNECE policy paper on innovation-enhancing procurement which will feed into the 65th session of the Commission in April 2021, dedicated to the transition to a circular economy.
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Score: 406651.17 - https://unece.org/media/econom...ness-Policies-(ICP)/news/22261
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