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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: 1055348.4 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth..._07_131_BOA_ASG_Controller.pdf
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Food workers have been treated as essential but expendable during the pandemic. To understand what’s at stake, think of food workers as a broad category as anyone who makes our food. (...) How do you suggest the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) can make all voices are heard, putting them at the center of policies actions against hunger and malnutrition? (...) Their main criticism is that the way the Summit has been put together has not been transparent or inclusive, has side-stepped the CFS, prioritized ideas from the World Economic Forum, and has excluded human rights.
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Score: 1045759.8 - https://www.fao.org/right-to-f...news/news-detail/zh/c/1308948/
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CERD Informal document no. 7 8-9 December 2010 THE PEP Steering Committee, 8th session Agenda item 8 (d) Managing THE PEP: Financial matters UNECE and WHO Funds for Transport, Health and Environment Pan-European Programme (THE PEP) UNECE Summary of contributions* and expenditures for 2009 and estimates for 2010** Balance at 31.12 2008 – USD 125,338 Contributions 2009 (USD) Expenditures 2009 (USD) Date Donor Amount Travel of Staff (Rome, Prague) 6,676 January 2009 Austria 19,681 Travel of Experts (Prague) 2,951 December 2009 Switzerland 29,970 Meeting Participants (Prague, Steering Committee) 13,283 December 2009 Austria 15,060 Non-expendable equipment (Clearing House, etc.) 2,400 Total available for 2009 190,049 Total expenditures 21,219 Contributions 2010 (USD) Expected expenditures 2010 (USD) (estimates) Date Donor Amount Travel of Staff (Skopje, Rome, Batumi) 11,700 January 2010 Switzerland 38,834 Travel of Experts 3,000 Total contributions 2009-2010 103,545 Meeting Participants (Steering Committee) 20,000 Total available for 2009-2010 228,883 Grants (Skopje, Batumi) 70,000 Consultant (THE PEP Flyer) 6,831 Non-expendable equipment (Clearing House, etc.) 4,000 Total expected expenditures 115,531 Total expected expenditures 2009-2010 137,000 (rounded) Expected balance at 31.12.2010 (228,883 – 137,000) (rounded) 92,000 *Programme Support Costs (PSC) of 13% are not included in this summary of contributions; **As of 1 September 2010 WHO summary of contributions* and expenditures for 2009 and the estimates for 2010 as of 1 September 2010 Balance at 31.12 2008 – USD 90,705 Contributions 2009 (USD) Expenditures 2009 (USD) Date Donor Purpose Amount Travel of Staff (3HLM, SC7, etc) 2,663 December 2009 Austria THE PEP partnership 33,319 Meeting participants (3HLM, SC7, etc) 14,316 November 2009 Switzerland THE PEP activities 88,496 Meeting Costs (Bureau meeting, 3HLM) 873 February 2009 Switzerland HEAT for walking 30,973 Consultant and staff 8,803 Other costs (publications, general operating costs) 1,948 Total available for 2009 243,493 Total expenditures 28,603 Contributions 2010 (USD) Expected expenditures 2010 (USD) (estimates) Date Donor Purpose Amount Travel of Staff (workshops in Skopje, Batumi, SC8) 10,635 January 2010 WHO THE PEP activities 7,000 Meeting Participants (Bureau meeting, SC8) 17,989 2010 (projected) France THE PEP activities 28,155 Meeting costs (side event Parma, Bureau meeting, SC8) 13,938 Consultant and staff 39,878 Total contributions 2009-2010 187,943 Other costs (publications, general operating costs) 3,936 Total available for 2009-2010 278,648 Total expected expenditures 86,376 Total expected expenditures 2009-2010 114,979 Expected balance at 31.12.2010 (278,648 - 114,979) 160,000 (rounded) * Programme Support Costs (PSC) of 13% are not included in this summary of contributions Informal document no. 7 THE PEP Steering Committee, 8th session Page 3 UNECE BANK INFORMATION Informal document no. 7 THE PEP Steering Committee, 8th session Page 4 WHO BANK INFORMATION USD deposits Account number: 240-C0169920.3 Bank name: UBS AG Bank Address: Case Postale 2600, CH-1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland SWIFT: UBSWCHZH80A IBAN CH3100240240C01699203 EUR deposits Account number: 240-C0169920.1 Bank name: UBS AG Bank Address: Case Postale 2600, CH-1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland SWIFT: UBSWCHZH80A IBAN CH8500240240C01699201 GBP deposits Account number: 240-C0158200.3 Bank name: UBS AG Bank Address: Case Postale 2600, CH-1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland SWIFT: UBSWCHZH80A IBAN CH9700240240C01582003 DKK deposits Account number: 240-C0158200.8 Bank name: UBS AG Bank Address: Case Postale 2600, CH-1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland SWIFT: UBSWCHZH80A USD deposits EUR deposits GBP deposits DKK deposits
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Score: 1044199.3 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...10/informal/informal.doc.7.pdf
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Agriculture is the largest consumer of the world's freshwater resources, and more than one-quarter of the energy used globally is expended on food production and supply. Feeding a global population expected to reach 9 billion people by 2050 will require a 60 percent increase in food production. (...) From concept to action The second challenge is to put the water–energy–food nexus concept into action. (...) Transboundary nexus assessments with UNECE Given its cross-cutting nature, putting the water–energy–food nexus concept into action means developing new partnerships among FAO’s technical divisions and external agencies and stakeholders. 
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Score: 1040735.9 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...nance/waterfoodenergynexus/ar/
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Agriculture is the largest consumer of the world's freshwater resources, and more than one-quarter of the energy used globally is expended on food production and supply. Feeding a global population expected to reach 9 billion people by 2050 will require a 60 percent increase in food production. (...) From concept to action The second challenge is to put the water–energy–food nexus concept into action. (...) Transboundary nexus assessments with UNECE Given its cross-cutting nature, putting the water–energy–food nexus concept into action means developing new partnerships among FAO’s technical divisions and external agencies and stakeholders. 
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Score: 1040735.9 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...nance/waterfoodenergynexus/en/
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Recommendation J.601 (J.exlsdi) (AAP26) Français   Español Print Version Office of the Secretary General Radio- communication (ITU-R) Telecom Standardization (ITU-T) Telecom Development (ITU-D) TELECOM Exhibitions and Forum Membership Home Page : Publications Recommendation J.601 (J.exlsdi) (AAP26) LC Comments (Last Call Comments) [J.601] LC-Text: Recommendation J.601 (J.exlsdi) - Transport of Large Screen Display Imagery (LDSI) applications for its expended hierarchy [J.601s] LC-Summary: Recommendation J.601 Top  -  Feedback  -  Privacy  -  Copyright © ITU 2001  All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  webmaster@itu.int Updated : 2007-03-30  
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Score: 1034119 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu...sg9aap/history/j601/index.html
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Item Description Non-expendable equipment The item includes expenditures for: the installation of software; the delivery of related training; and the procurement of five sets of software licenses for automated procedure design software. (...) COUNTRY: REGIONAL PROJECT NO: RAF14801SF PROJECT TITLE: SAFE GRANT TO RAF14801 (AFRICAN FLIGHT PROCEDURE PROGRAMME) WORK ORDER: RAF14801SF-01 VERSION: 2 w/m $ w/m $ w/m $ w/m $ EQUIPMENT B751B NON-EXPENDABLE EQUIPMENT - INTERNATIONAL 68 499 64 354 4 145 TOTAL (EQUIPMENT) 68 499 64 354 4 145 MISCELLANEOUS B807M MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES B754A OVERHEAD CHARGES 4 888 4 467 421 TOTAL (MISCELLANEOUS) 4 888 4 467 421 PROJECT TOTAL 73 387 68 822 4 566 2019 PROJECT BUDGET COVERING MSA CONTRIBUTION (IN UNITED STATES DOLLARS) 2017-2018TOTAL 2016
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Score: 1033283.2 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Afr...al%20of%20revised%20budget.pdf
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We also want to take this opportunity to reiterate our longstanding concerns about the management of expendable and non-expendable property, high cash and investment balances maintained by UN entities, and deficiencies in procurement and contract management.
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Score: 1033283.2 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...em_128_BOA_United%20States.pdf
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Recommendation J.601 (J.exlsdi) (AAP26) English   Français Copia Imprimible Oficina del Secretario General Radio- comunicaciones (ITU-R) Normalización (ITU-T) Desarrollo (ITU-D) TELECOM Exposiciones y Foros Miembros Pagina Principal : Publicaciones Recommendation J.601 (J.exlsdi) (AAP26) LC Comments (Last Call Comments) [J.601] LC-Text: Recommendation J.601 (J.exlsdi) - Transport of Large Screen Display Imagery (LDSI) applications for its expended hierarchy [J.601s] LC-Summary: Recommendation J.601 Comienzo de la página  -  Comentarios  -  Confidencial  -  Copyright © ITU 2001  Reservados todos los derechos Contacto public :  webmaster@itu.int Puesto al dia el 2007-03-30  
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Score: 1031421.2 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu...aap/history/j601/index-es.html
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Recommendation J.601 (J.exlsdi) (AAP26) English   Español Copie Imprimable Bureau du Secrétaire Général Radio- communication (ITU-R) Normalisation (ITU-T) Développement (ITU-D) Expositions et Forums de TELECOM Membres Home Page : Publications Recommendation J.601 (J.exlsdi) (AAP26) LC Comments (Last Call Comments) [J.601] LC-Text: Recommendation J.601 (J.exlsdi) - Transport of Large Screen Display Imagery (LDSI) applications for its expended hierarchy [J.601s] LC-Summary: Recommendation J.601 Début de page  -  Commentaires  -  Confidentialité  -  Droit d'auteur © UIT 2001  Tout droits réservés Contact pour cette page :  webmaster@itu.int Mis à jour le 2007-03-30  
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Score: 1031421.2 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu...aap/history/j601/index-fr.html
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