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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Towards an eco-friendly, sustainable and inclusive UNICEF UNICEF Timor Leste: Towards an eco-friendly, sustainable and inclusive work environment UNICEF Timor-Leste UNICEF TL/2019/Ratnam 02 September 2019 UNICEF Timor-Leste country office joins the challenge to ‘walk the talk’ - and the results are speaking for themselves. (...) And we also want our staff to live in a very good environment. Our country office wants to go further – we want to create a culture of green.” said Valerie Taton, UNICEF Representative for Timor-Leste. (...) Aiming to achieve not only cost savings but to strike a balance of economic, environmental and social benefits, the procedure was launched in early 2018 and clearly demonstrates that operational eco-efficiency and sustainability have become part of the organization’s strategic global priorities.  
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Score: 1038690.1 - https://www.unicef.org/timorle...stainable-and-inclusive-unicef
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The Network aims to help cities create urban environments that allow older people to remain active and healthy participants in society. (...) Supporting active and healthy ageing The WHO Age-friendly Cities initiative began in 2006 by identifying the key elements of the urban environment that support active and healthy ageing. (...) WHO has also established formal agreements with the French government, the Irish Ageing Well Network and the Slovenian Network of Age-friendly Cities to develop affiliated national programmes.
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Score: 1035090.5 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...network-of-age-friendly-cities
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Programme Child-Friendly City Initiative Improved Governance to build better cities and communities for children UNICEF\Albania\Pirozzi Available in: English Shqip What is a child-friendly city? (...) A child-friendly city improves lives of by realizing their rights as articulated in the  UN Convention on the Rights of the Child . (...) Because they are still developing, children are especially vulnerable—more so than adults—to poor living conditions such as poverty, inadequate health care, nutrition, safe water, housing and environmental pollution.  The costs to society of failing its children are huge.  
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Score: 1034147 - https://www.unicef.org/albania...child-friendly-city-initiative
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Evidence shows that the right nourishment, stimulating care and a loving environment – or eat, play, love – are critical to giving a child the best start in life. (...) They have no option. Family-friendly policies, such as paid parental leave, breastfeeding breaks and childcare, are not a reality for most new parents around the world. (...) Family-friendly policies benefits employers, families and society.
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Score: 1033358.2 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...es-can-be-more-family-friendly
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article UNICEF and CFA visit schools implementing child friendly education model in Musandam Improving educational outcomes UNICEF UNICEF Home Stories UNICEF and CFA visit schools implementing child friendly education model in Musandam Available in: English العربية 01 November 2019 At UNICEF our motto is: we work for every child, everywhere. (...) As well as respecting the rights and duties of learners, the CFE model also seeks to provide a safe and learning-friendly environment, promoting the values of citizenship and contributing to meeting the requirements of the labor market. (...) “We have seen evidence that schools are promoting an environment that is inclusive, participatory, protective,  child-centric and equitable.  
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Score: 1033358.2 - https://www.unicef.org/oman/st...endly-education-model-musandam
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Evidence shows that the right nourishment, stimulating care and a loving environment – or eat, play, love – are critical to giving a child the best start in life. (...) They have no option. Family-friendly policies, such as paid parental leave, breastfeeding breaks and childcare, are not a reality for most new parents around the world. (...) Family-friendly policies benefits employers, families and society.
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Score: 1033358.2 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...es-can-be-more-family-friendly
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Child friendly spaces | UNICEF Albania Skip to main content Albania Toggle navigation English Shqip Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Albania Explore UNICEF About UNICEF Albania Contact us Work with us U-Report Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take Action Search area has closed. (...) Search results Child friendly spaces Available in: English Shqip Programme 27 December 2018 Child-Friendly City Quality childhood for all boys and girls Article 15 July 2022 Helping Afghan children to enjoy their childhood in Albania A Day Care center in Durrës is helping children from the Afghan community temporarily residing in Albania Photo Essay 17 June 2022 Child-friendly space, a safe environment for Afghan children Building resilience to help children handle past and future trauma Press release 04 February 2020 President of European Parliament appeal for more opportunities for young people in Albania Press release 31 January 2020 American Ambassador visits one of the Child Friendly Spaces Press release 11 December 2019 UNICEF in Albania bringing relief for children and families affected by earthquake in Durres region. Photo Essay 03 December 2019 Image gallery from Child Friendly Space Image gallery from Child Friendly Space Press release 25 November 2019 Friendly WiFi Albania @Skanderbeg Square UNICEF and the Municipality of Tirana launched the fifth “Friendly Wi-Fi” zone at Skanderbeg Square Press release 31 May 2019 Making cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable for every child in Albania Press release 18 April 2019 Tirana will be the first city in the Western Balkan region to become a “Child and Family Friendly City” even online!
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Score: 1033107.1 - https://www.unicef.org/albania/topics/child-friendly-spaces
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article A new classroom made of recycled plastic bricks for Ange Emmanuel 1,300 children like Ange Emanuel now have access to better learning spaces in an environment-friendly school Fanta Kone, Digital strategist. (...) The classrooms do not only provide a safer learning environment for children but also have an impact on the quality of education.  (...) And these classrooms are not only learning-friendly, they are also environment-friendly. One classroom contributes to getting five tons of plastic out of the environment.
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Score: 1029945.1 - https://www.unicef.org/cotediv...d-plastic-bricks-ange-emmanuel
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1 Objective : To deepen ILO constituents understanding and commitments for the promotion of Gender sensitive green jobs opportunities and a just transition for workers and employers towards a low-carbon, climate resilient, environmentally friendly development in Sri Lanka. Key partners : Ministry of Labour and Labour Relations, Ministry of Environment, deration of Ceylon, Trade Unions Duration : October 2010 July 2012 Geographical Coverage : National Donor : Budget : AUD 3,000,000 (The budget covers implementation of the project in Nepal, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Philippines and Sri Lanka) Contact : National Project Coordinator, Green Jobs in Asia Project Sri Lanka ILO Country Office for Sri Lanka and the Maldives 202-204, Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo 7. (...) These include promoting the use of economically viable, environmentally friendly, renewable energy resources; optimizing energy consumption through energy efficiency in enterprises and promoting the use of renewable energy in economic and production sectors; promoting integrated waste management; identifying infrastructure vulnerability to climate change and ensuring land use zoning to reduce vulnerability to climate change. (...) The ILO constituents will be a key project target group with a view to creating the long-term capacity and the conditions of social dialogue to mainstream green jobs into social and employment policy, integrate Green Jobs policies into the Decent Work Country Programs (DWCP), contribute actively to climate and environment related policies at the national level, and facilitate a just transition for enterprises and workers towards a low-carbon, environmentally friendly economy.
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Score: 1028708.3 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...enericdocument/wcms_154064.pdf
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1 Objective : To deepen ILO constituents understanding and commitments for the promotion of Gender sensitive green jobs opportunities and a just transition for workers and employers towards a low-carbon, climate resilient, environmentally friendly development in Sri Lanka. Key partners : Ministry of Labour and Labour Relations, Ministry of Environment, deration of Ceylon, Trade Unions Duration : October 2010 July 2012 Geographical Coverage : National Donor : Budget : AUD 3,000,000 (The budget covers implementation of the project in Nepal, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Philippines and Sri Lanka) Contact : National Project Coordinator, Green Jobs in Asia Project Sri Lanka ILO Country Office for Sri Lanka and the Maldives 202-204, Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo 7. (...) These include promoting the use of economically viable, environmentally friendly, renewable energy resources; optimizing energy consumption through energy efficiency in enterprises and promoting the use of renewable energy in economic and production sectors; promoting integrated waste management; identifying infrastructure vulnerability to climate change and ensuring land use zoning to reduce vulnerability to climate change. (...) The ILO constituents will be a key project target group with a view to creating the long-term capacity and the conditions of social dialogue to mainstream green jobs into social and employment policy, integrate Green Jobs policies into the Decent Work Country Programs (DWCP), contribute actively to climate and environment related policies at the national level, and facilitate a just transition for enterprises and workers towards a low-carbon, environmentally friendly economy.
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Score: 1028708.3 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...enericdocument/wcms_154064.pdf
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