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Taking note of the provided legal and financial analysis of implications of an eventual formalization of the GSP, and considering the five options (though the fifth option did not include detailed analysis), the Plenary Assembly manifested its full support to maintain the GSP with all its component. 5. (...) The GSP would continue to be governed by its Plenary Assembly, but would report and provide technical support through the GSP Secretariat to the Sub-Committee on Soils. (...) 4 The Rules of Procedure provide that “The Plenary Assembly shall hold one regular session every year”.
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Score: 976603.1 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...PPA_X_2022_2_Extra_Session.pdf
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From our experiments: it is harder to work with “raw” data (Raymobtime), but a customized frontend can outperform the baseline frontend that we provided➔ will release extra slides 2. We have better images: raw_data\images_data_s008_v2 It outperformed the previous dataset at images_data_s008 3. (...) From our experiments: it is harder to work with “raw” data (Raymobtime), but a customized frontend can outperform the baseline frontend that we provided➔ will release extra slides 2. We have better images: raw_data\images_data_s008_v2 It outperformed the previous dataset at images_data_s008 3. (...) We will provide extra data in September to help tuning the algorithms and checking the whole submission procedure 8 https://github.com/lasseufpa/ITU-Challenge-ML5G-PHY/blob/master/Visualizer/Raymobtime_visualizer.py Thanks to all Raymobtime team 9
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Score: 957762.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/A...lenge_beam_selection_aug07.pdf
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Eliminating the cost of acquiring licensed spectrum and providing cellular-type mobile services could create an unfair advantage. 3. (...) Eliminating the cost of acquiring licensed spectrum and providing cellular-type mobile services could create an unfair advantage. TV white space services intend to use unused TV spectrum to provide non-broadcasting services that could be provided by mobile networks, from broadband to M2M, smart metering, TV, etc.
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Score: 949546.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/s...ica/Documents/Forum/GSMA_2.pdf
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UNICEF to stockpile over half a billion syringes by year end, as part of efforts to prepare for eventual COVID-19 vaccinations Skip to main content Supply Division Toggle navigation Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Supply Division EXPLORE UNICEF About us Supply Catalogue Supply annual reports Work for UNICEF Contact us Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do For suppliers and service providers For governments and partners Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Supporting child survival and development programmes around the world, UNICEF-procured supplies are critical in providing for children’s health, education and protecting them from abuse, exploitation, and neglect. (...) Explore our work Footer UNICEF Supply Division What we do For suppliers and service providers For governments and partners Stories Take action About us Work for UNICEF Press centre Supply annual reports Supply Catalogue UNGM - United Nations Market Place Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Legal Contact us Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 943571.8 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...-part-efforts-prepare-eventual
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Large-scale control operations in Saudi Arabia brought the upsurge to an end by the summer of 1998. 1992-93 upsurge An upsurge developed in the Red Sea basin and eventually spread to South-West Asia (controlled in 1993) and to West Africa (controlled by early 1997). 1987-89 plague The last plague to affect countries from West Africa to India. Locusts originating in western Sudan rapidly increased in number in Western Sahara in late 1987 and eventually spread throughout the Sahel, Arabia and South-West Asia. The plague came to an end in 1989 as a result of control operations, a spectacular migration from West Africa to the Caribbean, and a failure of the rains.   A service provided by the Migratory Pests Group to monitor the world-wide locust situation and keep affected countries and donors informed of expected developments.
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Score: 940371.8 - https://www.fao.org/ag/LOCUSTS/oldsite/Plagues.htm
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Chairperson, Our Community acknowledges the valuable work of the Department of Public Information in raising awareness of the broad range of UN endeavors, as well as in providing real time information in strenuous situations. (...) The Rio de Janeiro UNIC is a special case in Latin America, in that it is the only one in the region to provide services in Portuguese — in fact, with the creation of the Brussels hub for Europe, it is currently the only Portuguese language UNIC in the world —, thus enabling it to cater to the specific demands of Brazil, not excluding the possibility of eventually expanding those services to other Portuguese-speaking countries in Africa. (...) While its public information concerns are currently still met by the UN presence in that country, we should begin to envisage as of now the provision of Portuguese language services in a future regional hub for South-East Asia with a view to providing an uninterrupted flow of public information in Portuguese to Timor-Leste.
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Score: 939015.2 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...org/files/coi26/brazilcplp.pdf
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WIPO Re:Search offers its members access to an extensive range of knowledge assets, compounds, technology, and expertise provided by other private and public sector members. (...) WIPO Re:Search also provides a searchable, public database of available intellectual property assets and resources . (...) Disclaimer : The questions and answers provided on this page serve a purely informative purpose and are not a legal point of reference.
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Score: 939015.2 - https://www.wipo.int/research/en/faqs.html
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Topics included treaty instruments, resources, mechanisms of assistance and international cooperation. The meeting also provided an opportunity to exchange country experiences and indentify possible best practices concerning the implementation of the Convention. (...) Participants also request the Convention Secretariat and WHO to provide support in accessing mechanisms of assistance under the United Nations Development Assistance Framework, when requested by Parties. 8. Also note with appreciation the presentation by the representative of the World Bank on the Bank’s role in technical capacity-building in tobacco economics, and in providing assistance to Parties upon request. 9. Express their appreciation of the extra-budgetary financial support by the European Union to the implementation of the WHO FCTC globally. 10.
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Score: 937042.6 - https://www.who.int/fctc/Chisinau_Summary_Discussions.pdf
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ILO Recommendation No. 204 provides policy guidance to assist ILO’s tripartite constituents in facilitating the transition to formality. (...) Then more support needs to be provided to enterprises to create decent jobs with adequate wages. (...) Organising could be an entry point to provide voice and representation to informal workers and eventually promote decent work in the informal economy.
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Score: 930985.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_508717.pdf
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The equally rapid spread of the phenomenon of “mobile top ups” – the ability to convert cash into airtime minutes – created a second important capability in the eventual development of what is known as eMoney. In a well-known story, some developing countries allowed non-bank providers, often MNO’s, to create transaction accounts allowing their subscribers to store funds in these accounts, and make transfers to other subscribers. (...) In other countries, regulators chose to support banks as the primary provider of digital financial services. In these countries, either existing or newly formed payments networks, available to banks and, in some cases, their partners, form the platforms on which these providers can deliver services to their customers. In several countries, regulators have tried to achieve financial inclusion goals by broadening the set of providers who are allowed to access these payments networks, either directly or through bank partners.
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Score: 928464.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...m/files/basic-html/page19.html
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