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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BOARD OF AUDITORS CONCERNING UNITED NATIONS PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS FOR THE FINANCIAL PERIOD ENDED 30 JUNE 2012 : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The process commenced in September 2012 and was merged with the annual physical verification programme for non-expendable properties for the 2012/13 financial period. 29. (...) Departments responsible: Department of Peacekeeping Operations and Department of Field Support Status: In progress Priority: Medium Target date: Second quarter of 2014 Insufficient physical verification on expendable property 30. In paragraph 47, the Administration agreed with the Board’s recommendation that it (a) ensure that all missions conduct sufficient physical verification of expendable property and reconcile the discrepancies in a timely manner; (b) continually identify the reasons for expendable property discrepancies during the liquidation period of UNMIS; and (c) enhance the liquidation guidance to ensure that missions in liquidation carry out complete and robust physical verification of expendable property prior to any transfer. 31. (...) The process of absorbing these assets commenced in September 2012 and is merged with the annual physical verification programme of non-expendable property items. Furthermore, the allocation of vehicles to the Integrated Support Service at UNAMID was based on the recommendation of the Vehicle Establishment Committee taking into c
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The ADU is a part of the Transport and Logistical Support Unit and is responsible for the organization, planning and physical disposal of all written-off assets and expendables in the Tribunal in a responsible and transparent way. ***** Archives : Communiqués de presse Archives : Point presse hebdomadaire Allocutions et discours des hauts responsables du TPIY Relevé hebdomadaire des audiences Le TPIY en bref Publications Contacts   |   Conditions d’utilisation   |   Confidentialité de l'information
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Score: 869893.4 - https://www.icty.org/fr/press/...puters-kosovo-schools-donation
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The ADU is a part of the Transport and Logistical Support Unit and is responsible for the organization, planning and physical disposal of all written-off assets and expendables in the Tribunal in a responsible and transparent way. ***** Archives : Communiqués de presse Archives : Point presse hebdomadaire Allocutions et discours des hauts responsables du TPIY Relevé hebdomadaire des audiences Le TPIY en bref Publications Contacts   |   Conditions d’utilisation   |   Confidentialité de l'information
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Score: 869893.4 - https://www.icty.org/fr/node/4773
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REPORT TO THE UNITED NATIONS BOARD OF AUDITORS AND THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE AND BUDGETARY QUESTIONS REGARDING GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION 48/216
In 1994, the administration will evaluate the effectiveness of the controls that have been put in place. Recommendation No. 2 16. To tighten control over the inventory of non-expendable property in all locations, including peace-keeping operations. (...) In keeping with current United Nations practice, the value of non-expendable property, of which the ownership remains with UNICEF, should be disclosed in a note to the financial statements. Measures taken by UNICEF 34. The value of non-expendable property submitted by the UNICEF offices was disclosed in the notes to the financial statements for the year ended 31 December 1992.
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Search results Refugee and migrant children Available in: English Español Dutch Programme 02/19/2020 Humanitarian action for children in emergencies Read more about our response to the prevailing situation concerning migrants Programme 02/11/2019 Emergency preparedness and disaster risk management Read more about our work in emergencies and disaster risk management Article 02/20/2020 Forging a new life in Essequibo Susanna and Angelina migrated from Venezuela to escape the worsening crisis there Article 02/19/2020 Migrants find refuge in Region One Indigenous Venezuelans have found refuge in indigenous villages within Guyana Press release 08/19/2019 UNICEF’s support to the Migrant Situation in Guyana Partnering with key child protection actors, UNICEF is expending its response to the needs of Venezuelan child migrants and host communities.
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Score: 862048.5 - https://www.unicef.org/guyanas...s/refugee-and-migrant-children
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Volunteer Management Costs Deployment Charge A one-time, fixed amount charged at the beginning of the assignment to recover costs expended by UNV to: - Develop partnerships and manage the assignment pipeline - Manage the UNV talent pool, conduct outreach, source and assess candidates - Identify, select and recruit candidates and onboard UN Volunteers and their dependants - Close assignments and repatriate UN Volunteers and their dependants The deployment charge varies by UN Volunteer category. Recurring Charge (for the duration of assignment) A monthly charge to recover costs expended by UNV to manage contracts and entitlements and provide ongoing support for UN Volunteers including: - UNV premises - UNDP corporate fees - UNDP legal services - UNV personnel - Payroll and banking information services provided by the Global Shared Services Unit (GSSU) in Kuala Lumpur and Copenhagen - Information technology (IT) equipment purchase and maintenance and IT services - Communications and advocacy Country Office Support Costs Paid to UNDP country offices for UNDP infrastructure support with UN Volunteer recruitment, deployment and administration as per the agreement between UNV and UNDP Bureau of Management services (BMS).
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Score: 860158 - https://www.unv.org/sites/defa...t%20from%201%20Oct%202021).pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - MID ROC (27aug2014) [Read-Only] 28 August 2014 Page 1 MID Regional OPMET Centre Implementation 28 August 2014 Page 2 Overview • Objective • Steps to achieve the objective • Measure objective – identify gaps • Correct gaps • Continue monitoring/corrective process • Other • Conclusion 28 August 2014 Page 3 Objective • Regional OPMET Centre (ROC) in MID Region is necessary in order to assure – Required OPMET data is available globally – Efficient exchange of OPMET data – Monitoring OPMET data production and exchange – Inter-regional coordination in meeting customer needs All necessary for proper flight planning and optimum use of alternate aerodromes reducing flight times, fuel expended, cost and fuel emissions 28 August 2014 Page 4 Objective • All National OPMET Centres (NOCs) send their national OPMET Data to ROC Jeddah and ROC Bahrain (backup): for Regional and Inter- Regional distribution – Regional: NOCs in the MID-Region Area of Responsibility (AoR) – Inter-Regional: to the Inter-Regional OPMET Gateway(s) (IROGs), ex. (...) WS, WC, WV, WA, FA, FV, FK, UA, NO) your State produces and receives 28 August 2014 Page 17 Measure objective • OPMET monitoring conducted in EUR occurs in February and September each year to identify: – OPMET data availability as per requirements – OPMET data that should not be distributed – Duplicate bulletins – Multiple OPMET occurrences in various bulletins – Bulletins with mixed contents: required and not- required data 28 August 2014 Page 18 Correct Gaps • Based on monitoring results, States to be informed with proposed actions to assure – OPMET data is available as per requirements – OPMET data not required is not distributed internationally – Duplicate bulletins are eliminated – Multiple occurrences of OPMET data in various bulletins are eliminated – Bulletin contents management 28 August 2014 Page 19 Correct gaps • This process continues – Monitor and identify gaps – Inform States of gaps with corrective action plans – States implement corrective action plans – Update of FASID MET2A 28 August 2014 Page 20 Serve as translator (IWXXM) • OPMET will be exchanged in legacy character form and in digital form until 2019 – Requiring a centre to translate from character form to digital form as long as NOCs are not in the position to do it themselfs – Suggest the ROC or certified centre to perform this role – Guidance is under development – EUR Data Management Group in coordination with ICAO, WMO and Eurocontrol 28 August 2014 Page 21 Other • The ROC implementation workshop will also address – Hardware requirements – Human resource needs – Communication requirements – Backup plans – Lessons learned from already established ROCs 28 August 2014 Page 22 Conclusion • ROC in MID Region is necessary in order to assure – Required OPMET data is available globally – Efficient exchange of OPMET data – Inter-Regional coordination in meeting customer needs – Quality monitoring All necessary for proper flight planning and optimum use of alternate aerodromes reducing flight times, fuel expended, cost and fuel emissions
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Score: 860158 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...OC/MID%20ROC%20(27aug2014).pdf
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Note: A value above (below) 50 indicates that activity is generally expending (contracting). Western Europe: A moderate recovery • Euro area: recovery faltered again • Weak domestic demand remains the major problem • Strong vulnerability to external shocks • Monetary conditions are favourable • But business investment remains weak • Weak performance in the three major economies • United Kingdom: a stronger than expected slow down Survey of business activity in the euro zone January 2003-August 2005 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 2003 2004 2005 Manufacturing sector (PMI index) Services Note: A value above (below) 50 indicates that activity is generally expending (contracting).
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Score: 860158 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...Presentations_PDF/06_Hesse.pdf
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TRUSTEESHIP COUNCIL 26TH SESSION OFFICIAL RECORDS 1072 ND MEETING THURSDAY, 5 MAY 1960, AT 2.40 P.M. NEW YORK
In the field of public works, £12,500 had been allocated and £7,000 expended orcommittedforbridge construction in 1959 and the 1960 estimate was · £12,500; £7,000 had been allocated and £7,000 ex• pended or committed for public works buildings in 1959, and the 1960 estimate was £44,000; £36,000had been allocated and £35,000 expended or committed for public works plant and machinery in 1959, and the 1960 estimate was £27,000; £137,000 had been allocated and £132,000 expended or committed for roads in 1959, and the 1960 estimate was · £1,000; £77,500 had been allocated and £67,500 expended or committed for water supplies in 1959, and the 1960 estimate was £300. 33. For the Electric Power Scheme £32,000 had been allocated and £32,000 expended or committed in 1959; the 1960 estimate was £16,000. 34. (...) In 1959 £33,000 had been allocated and £30,000 expended or committed for miscellaneous buildings; the 1960 estimate was £65,000. 36.
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SMALL SATELLITE MISSIONS : UNISPACE III BACKGROUND PAPER NO. 9
Launch opportunities for small satellites include launch on a dedicated expendable launch vehicle; launch as a secondary, or “piggyback”, satellite on a large expendable launch vehicle; launch as one of two spacecraft launched on a dual mission on a single expendable launch vehicle; and launch carried in one of the small satellites services offered by the Space Shuttle (the so-called “get away specials” payload bay slots). 45. (...) The small class of expendable launch vehicles has experienced the largest entry of commercial entrepreneurial activity, both in the United States and abroad over the past few years (including airborne launchers like Pegasus). (...) Launching two or more small satellites on the same expendable launch vehicle (“dual manifesting”) is a viable alternative (see para. 50).
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