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Whilst acknowledging the importance and relevance of information to the pharmaceutical industry and Government, Zimbabwe urges UNIDO to expend more focus towards the strengthening of North-South and South-South cooperation in the pharmaceutical sector. (...) Mr President , With regards to the manufacturing sector, Zimbabwe has completed its medium-term plan which puts manufacturing at the epicentre of Zimbabwe's economic growth and development.
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Score: 995371 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...s/2011-06/idb39_zimbabwe_0.pdf
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Each time the industry, led by IATA, expended serious efforts to reduce costs and put the industry on the road towards regaining its strength and profitability, another new obstacle appeared.
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Score: 995371 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ers%20by%20Number/wp188_en.pdf
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It is disappointing that despite the priority accorded to this issue, the amount of energy expended, the multiple UN resolutions adopted, and the decades of negotiations, dialogues, and engagements, so little has been accomplished. (...) Once again, UNWRA does not have the funds to continue operations until the end of the year. This puts several important areas in jeopardy, including girls’ education, vaccination rollouts, and humanitarian assistance.
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Score: 995371 - https://www.un.org/pga/76/2021...y-with-the-palestinian-people/
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We also want to take this opportunity to reiterate concerns about the management of expendable and non-expendable property, high cash and investment balances maintained by IYN entities, and deficiencies in procurement and contract management.
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Score: 994373.9 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...tem131_BOA_United%20States.pdf
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back to top Budget for the WTO Secretariat for the year 2002  SECTION REVISED 2002 ESTIMATES ( Swiss Francs) Staff (Work/years)   (a) Salary 62,786,700 (b) Pensions 12,387,600 (c) Other Common Staff costs 10,592,500 Temporary Assistance 12,907,100     - Communications - (a) Telecommunications 637,000 (b) Postage charges 1,527,000 Building Facilities 1,000,000 (a) Rental 249,600 (b) Utilities 1,646,500 (c) Maintenance and Insurance 923,000 Permanent Equipment 3,700,800 Expendable Equipment 1,343,700 Contractual Services - (a) Reproduction 1,421,000 (b) Office Automation / Informatics 2,239,800 (c) Other 244,000     - Staff Overhead Costs - (a) Training 430,000 (b) Insurance 1,114,500 (c) Joint Services 542,000 (d) Miscellaneous 54,500 Missions - (a) Official 1,241,100 (b) Technical Co-operation 1,198,200 Trade Policy Training Courses 2,496,000 Contribution to ITC 15,113,850 Various - (a) Representation and Hospitality 258,000 (b) Dispute Settlement Panels 1,337,000 (c) Permanent Group of Experts/ Arbitration under GATS 30,000 (d) Appellate Body - (e) Library 583,500 (f) Publications 193,000 (g) Public Information Activities 210,000 (h) External Auditors 50,000 (i) Ministerial Meeting 400,000 (j) ISO 58,900 (k) Other 73,000 Unforeseen Expenditure 100,000   SUB-TOTAL 139,089,850   Infrastructure - Geneva Week / Short Trade Policy Courses for LDCs 1,224,000 TOTAL 140,313,850   Budget for the Appellate Body and its Secretariat for the year 200 2 back to top   SECTION 2002 ESTIMATES (Swiss Francs) Staff(Work/years) (a) Salary 1,500,200 (b) Pensions 296,400 (c) Other Common Staff costs 244,400 Temporary Assistance   36,000       Communications (a) Telecommunications 6,500 (b) Postage charges   Building Facilities (a) Rental   (b) Utilities 13,000 (c) Maintenance and Insurance 0 Permanent Equipment 47,200 Expendable Equipment 17,700 Contractual Services   (a) Reproduction 15,000 (b) Office Automation / Informatics 0 (c) Other         Staff Overhead Costs (a) Training   (b) Insurance 5,000 (c) Joint Services   (d) Miscellaneous 2,000 Missions   (a) Official 10,000 (b) Technical Co-operation   Trade Policy Training Courses Contribution to ITC Various (a) Representation and Hospitality 1,000 (b) Dispute Settlement Panels   (c) Permanent Group of Experts/ Arbitration under GATS   (d) Appellate Body Members 618,200 (e) Library 3,400 (f) Publications   (g) Public Information Activities   (h) External Auditors   (i) Ministerial Meeting   (j) ISO   (k) Other   Unforeseen Expenditure         TOTAL 2,816,000
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Score: 984136.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/secre_e/budget02_e.htm
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The WTO’s total budget for the year 2008 is as follows: 2008 Budget for the WTO Secretariat: CHF 180,483,300 2008 Budget for the Appellate Body and its Secretariat: CHF 4,408,200 Consolidated WTO Budget for the year 2008: CHF 184,891,500    back to top Budget for the WTO Secretariat for the year 2008  Part Section Line Budget 2008 in CHF A Sect 1 Work Years (a) Salary 83,208,100     (b) Pension 16,799,300     (c) Common Staff Costs 15,108,400     (d) Restructuring Plan 0   Sect 2 Temporary Assistance 14,897,400 B Sect 3 Communications (a) Telecommunications 500,000     (b) Postal Charges 1,382,000   Sect 4 Building Facilities (a) Rental 340,000     (b) Utilities 1,758,000     (c) Maintenance and Insurance 1,639,000   Sect 5 Permanent Equipment       (a) Permanent Equipment 2,118,200     (b) Permanent Equipment Lease 274,000   Sect 6 Expendable   1,307,000   Sect 7 Contractual Services (a) Reproduction 1,410,000     (b) Office Automation 3,369,700     (c) other 282,000     (d) Security Outsourcing 3,452,000 C Sect 8 Staff Overheads (a) Training 1,390,000     (b) Insurance 2,490,500     (c) Joint Services 204,000     (d) Miscellaneous 30,000   Sect 9 Missions (a) Missions Official 1,496,000     (b) Missions Technical 1,406,000   Sect 10 Trade Policy Courses  3,823,600   Sect 11 Various (a) Representation and Hospitality 298,000     (b) Dispute Settlement Panels 1,247,000     (c) Experts 50,000     (e) Library 650,000     (f) Publications 880,000     (g) Public Info rmation Activities 270,000     (h) External Auditors 40,000     (i) Ministerial Operating Fund 600,000     (j) ISO 57,000     (k) Other 80,000     (m) Security Enhancement Programme 330,000   Sect 12 Unforeseen   100,000 D Sect 13 ITC   17,196,100 Grand Total   180,483,300   back to top Budget for the the Appellate Body and its Secretariat for the year 2008  Part Section Line Budget 2008 in CHF A Sect 1 Work Years (a) Salary 2,031,000     (b) Pension 409,500     (c) Common Staff Costs 361,500   Sect 2 Temporary Assistance 65,600 B Sect 3 Communications (a) Telecommunications 6,500   Sect 4 Building Facilities (b) Utilities 13,000     (c) Maintenance and Insurance 55,000   Sect 5 Permanent Equipment (a) Permanent Equipment 35,600   Sect 6 Expendable   20,000   Sect 7 Contractual Services (a) Reproduction 15,000     (b) Office Automation 9,000 C Sect 8 Staff Overheads (a) Training 25,000     (b) Insurance 12,000     (d) Miscellaneous 2,000   Sect 9 Missions (a) Missions Official 37,000   Sect 11 Various (a) Representation and Hospitality 1,000     (d) Appellate Body Members 753,500     (e) Library 10,000     (l) Appellate Body Operating Fund 546,000 Grand Total   4,408,200  
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Score: 984136.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/secre_e/budget08_e.htm
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Asset management The Board identified that as at 30 June 2012, $83.55 million of Non-Expendable Property had been unused for more than one year. (...) The Board considers unused Non- Expendable Property continues to represent a significant risk of loss or wastage, and is indicative of excessive procurement. (...) In addition, we noted a discrepancy of $19.27 3 million of expendable property between the records held at UNMIS and those at receiving missions (UNMISS and UNISFA).
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Score: 983314.1 - https://www.un.org/en/auditors...ning%20statement%20-%20PKO.pdf
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Asset management The Board identified that as at 30 June 2012, $83.55 million of Non-Expendable Property had been unused for more than one year. (...) The Board considers unused Non- Expendable Property continues to represent a significant risk of loss or wastage, and is indicative of excessive procurement. (...) In addition, we noted a discrepancy of $19.27 3 million of expendable property between the records held at UNMIS and those at receiving missions (UNMISS and UNISFA).
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Score: 983314.1 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...Item_128_BOA_Chair_AOC_BOA.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release 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. 19 August 2019 ©UNICEF Guyana 2019 Georgetown, Guyana, 13 May, 2019 - 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: 974107.8 - https://www.unicef.org/guyanas...pport-migrant-situation-guyana
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The Secretary-General has noted the specific concerns expressed by the General Assembly in resolution 65/243 B regarding a) non-expendable and expendable property; b) unliquidated obligations; c) the identification of root 3 causes of recurring recommendations; and d) accountability of managers for implementation of recommendations.
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Score: 974107.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth..._07_131_BOA_ASG_Controller.pdf
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