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Several levels of requirements can be proposed, as for example: Basic training (via e-learning or tutorial, or any other suitable media) for very low risk operations including model aircraft: the Authority will need to define the learning objectives ​Theoretical certificate and a practical training for low to medium risk operations ​Theoretical certificate; practical training; a practical test; and, eventually other requirements such as a radiotelephony licence or an experience in manned aviation for higher risk and BVLOS operations. (...) Remote pilots may not be aware of the need to acquire professional aviation knowledge. ​Manufacturers may not be familiar with aviation requirements. (...) Other options can be: ​Define the practical learning objectives in the regulation Require the training facility to certify that trainees have acquired the specified skills Approval or certification of instructors ​Encourage the creation of a professional label for the training facility   3.9 Medical standard Should a medical standard be defined for remote pilots conducting low risk VLOS operations?
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Score: 981486.7 - https://www.icao.int/safety/UA.../Pages/Narrative-Training.aspx
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Conditions for the full realization of Treaty objectives therefore heavily depend upon the full implementation of all its obligations, and on its eventual universality. 2. Forty-five years after the Treaty’s entry into force and following its indefinite extension in 1995, key Treaty objectives remain far from realized, and the lack of implementation of a number of key Treaty obligations continues to challenge its effectiveness, credibility and the realization of its objectives. 3. (...) Paragraph 12 of the decision, referring to safeguards of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), reads: “supply arrangements for the transfer of source or special fissionable material or equipment or material especially designed or prepared for the processing, use or production of special fissionable material to non-nuclear-weapon States should require, as a necessary precondition, acceptance of the Agency’s full-scope safeguards and internationally legally binding commitments not to acquire nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices.” (...) Reaffirm the importance of strict observance, by individual States parties as well as supply regimes, of conditions for supply stipulated in the decision of 1995 on Principles and Objectives for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament, in particular paragraph 12 on acceptance of the Agency’s full-scope safeguards and internationally legally binding commitments not to acquire nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices as essential requirements for any supply arrangements for the transfer of source or special fissionable material or equipment or material especially designed or prepared for the processing, use or production of special fissionable material to non-nuclear-weapon States.
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Score: 981486.7 - https://www.un.org/en/conf/npt...f/NPT%20CONF2015%20WP.37_E.pdf
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The EERI is a relative measure of the potential contributions both positive and negative that ICTs make to: GHG emission Energy use and quality Waste reduction in general and the reduction and eventual elimination of toxic waste in particular The conservation of the environment and of natural resources. (...) The EERI will be enhanced and improved over time as more experience and further knowledge of its application are acquired. <- Back to the e-Environment Page Newslog View RSS feed [ Browse CYB News Feeds ]   GeSI   Resources ITU Activities on Climate Change The ICT Eye Child Online Protection Initiative ITU Cybersecurity Gateway [ More ITU-D resources ]   Publications ICTs for e-Environment - Guidelines for Developing Countries, With a Focus on Climate Change , 2008 Towards Interoperable e-Health for Europe: Telemedicine Alliance strategy , 2005 Joint ITU-NiCT Japan publication on e-Health: Making better access to healthcare services , 2005 e-Business: A Technology Strategy for Developing Countries , 2000 [ More ITU-D publications ]     Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU 2010 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page : BDT Support Updated : 2010-12-09    
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Score: 969338.2 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/cyb/app/EERI.html
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In the months that followed, a community gathering brought together female farmers from across the village where a team of experts from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations with support from United Kingdom's Department for International Development (DFID) imparted basic skills and techniques which would eventually help these women farmers establish their own kitchen gardens. (...) With her husband’s unrelenting support and with new skills and knowledge acquired from the training, she was able to establish her own kitchen garden where she grew fresh seasonal vegetables for household consumption.
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Score: 969338.2 - https://www.fao.org/pakistan/p...armers-in-a-remote-village/en/
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The United Nations has acquired a new strong voice on gender equality and women’s empowerment at Headquarters and at the country level. (...) This work, led by the Deputy Secretary-General, formed the basis for the historic adoption of resolutions A/63/311 and eventually of A/64/L.56. I extend my heartfelt gratitude to civil society leaders and representatives, in particular the Gender Equality Architecture Reform (GEAR) campaign, for their unswerving commitment, advice and perseverance.
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Score: 969338.2 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/osaginew/sta_MsMayanjaUNW.html
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Such reforms would improve transparency and predictability for business, which in turn creates an important basis for trade and inward investment, and eventually economic growth. The growth and jobs created through these processes also serve as crucial elements for creating and maintaining lasting peace. (...) First, Japan has provided technical assistance to reform the legal system of Vietnam, as support for its transition to a market economy and eventual WTO accession. Beginning in 1996, we provided technical training and dispatched experts in the areas of competitive law, tax and customs, and intellectual property rights, and Vietnam successfully acceded to the WTO in 2006. (...) In these ways, Japan has acquired rich experiences and knowledge in trade and accession related assistance that would be helpful to acceding governments in Africa.
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Score: 966661.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...hird_accession_forum_japan.pdf
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In 2014 and 2015, they acquired skills in forest seed collection, the planting of seedlings and the direct sowing of seeds of native woody and herbaceous fodder species. (...) The village technicians also organized themselves in village management committees to look after the restored sites in 10 villages and eventually established a union called Toune-Bonsé Sadjo Ma Zada, (in Hausa) meaning “Let’s act for the regeneration of degraded lands”.
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Score: 953562.2 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ultimedia/detail/ru/c/1245017/
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In 2014 and 2015, they acquired skills in forest seed collection, the planting of seedlings and the direct sowing of seeds of native woody and herbaceous fodder species. (...) The village technicians also organized themselves in village management committees to look after the restored sites in 10 villages and eventually established a union called Toune-Bonsé Sadjo Ma Zada, (in Hausa) meaning “Let’s act for the regeneration of degraded lands”.
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Score: 953562.2 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ultimedia/detail/ar/c/1245017/
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In 2014 and 2015, they acquired skills in forest seed collection, the planting of seedlings and the direct sowing of seeds of native woody and herbaceous fodder species. (...) The village technicians also organized themselves in village management committees to look after the restored sites in 10 villages and eventually established a union called Toune-Bonsé Sadjo Ma Zada, (in Hausa) meaning “Let’s act for the regeneration of degraded lands”.
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Score: 953562.2 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ultimedia/detail/en/c/1245017/
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The Fellowship was established in 1981 to assist government officials and other professionals from developing States to acquire additional knowledge on the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (or UNCLOS), in order to promote its wider application, and to enhance specialized experience in maritime affairs and related disciplines. (...) It is, therefore, critical that awards under this Fellowship are implemented continuously and consistently, including so that States can plan accordingly for the application and eventual release of Staff. This implies that the necessary funding is made available to this end.
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Score: 953562.2 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...tatements/poa/13mtg_doalos.pdf
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