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Children are easier to manage than adults - although less skilled, they are less aware of their rights, less troublesome, less complaining and more flexible - and ultimately expendable. For some employers they constitute a reserve of casual labour to be hired and fired at will. (...) Children get the means to support themselves and the employers get a cheap workforce and moral satisfaction from the belief they are putting needy children on the right track. Source: In-depth analysis of the situation of working street children in Moscow 2001.
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Score: 938851 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/are...WCMS_248995/lang--en/index.htm
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Innovations for future networks and services Final Energy Rise Telecommunication Energy Dispose Energy Index Index Index A DE RTE FE Device Price = Capex Operational cost = Opex Disposal cost = Opex Energy expended to make the device and bring it to the end user Energy used by the device to perform its work Energy waste at the Device’s end of life E c o n o m ic a l I m p a c t
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Score: 938195.5 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../29/05/T29050000110002PDFE.pdf
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REPORT OF THE BOARD OF AUDITORS TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY ON THE ACCOUNTS OF THE VOLUNTARY FUNDS ADMINISTERED BY THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR REFUGEES FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2008 : REPORT : ADDENDUM / BY THE HIGH COMMISSIONER
Data clean-up is continuing and as of July 2009, and the non-expendable asset database is 90 per cent verified. (...) Disclose in future financial statements the value of expendable property unused at the end of the year, in order to provide a more complete and accurate account of its assets (para. 106); Measures taken by the Administration 24. As noted in the comments of the Board in paragraph 105, UNHCR will disclose inventory (i.e. expendable property intended for distribution to beneficiaries) from 2010 onwards with the introduction of IPSAS.
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Score: 929255.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=A/AC.96/1067/ADD.1&Lang=E
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MANAGEMENT OF PROPERTY
ST/AI/2015/4 15-10823 4/5 5.3 Property records are not required to be maintained for expendable property, but may be maintained when, in the discretion of the head of department or office concerned, verification and control of such expendable property is necessary for the efficient management of that department or office, or for the protection of the legal interests of the United Nations (e.g., when the use or consumption of the property is subject to the terms of an agreement with a third party). (...) Physical verification of the property of the United Nations shall be conducted regularly and as deemed necessary to ensure adequate control over the property. 6.3 Expendable property shall be monitored and controlled until it is issued for use or consumption. (...) Section 8 Final provisions 8.1 The present instruction shall enter into force on the date of its issuance. 8.2 Administrative instructions ST/AI/374 of 16 June 1992, entitled “Property records and inventory control under revised definition of non -expendable property”, and ST/AI/2003/5 of 19 May 2003, entitled “Property management and inventory control at United Nations Headquarters”, are hereby abolished.
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Score: 922323.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=ST/AI/2015/4&Lang=E
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Search results Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) Available in: English Español Dutch 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: 920133.8 - https://www.unicef.org/guyanas.../venezuela-bolivarian-republic
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. +390657054628 mailto:noemi.perez@fastinternational.org mailto:noemi.perez@fastinternational.org mailto:grandpic@nbnet.nb.ca mailto:levisucre@hotmail.com mailto:myrna.cunningham.kain@gmail.com mailto:myrna.cunningham.kain@gmail.com mailto:tiina.huvio@ffd.fi mailto:joji@forestpeoples.org mailto:markku1704@gmail.com mailto:eva.muller@fao.org Annex 4: Corrected financial statement Contributions Received in 2017 (amounts in USD) 495/MUL 114/FMM FLEGT Total Opening Balance (CF 2016) 576,348 576,348 Sweden 782,385 782,385 Finland 826,162 826,162 Finland (2016 contribution rcvd Jan 2017) 745,900 745,900 USA Department of State 200,000 200,000 USA Forest Service 9,311 9,311 Agricord 238,600 238,600 FMM/ FLEGT 756,162 52,715 808,877 Interests - 2,690 - 2,690 - - Total 3,378,706 758,852 52,715 4,190,273 Budget Lines 495/MUL 114/FMM 397/EC Total 5011 Salaries Professional 898,061 - - 898,061 5012 Salaries General Service 200,193 - - 200,193 5013 Consultants 236,837 - 22,780 259,617 5014 Contracts 1,023,229 523,274 - 1,546,503 5020 Locally Contracted Labour 8- - - 8- 5021 Travel 184,131 102,068 29,935 316,134 5023 Training 124,273 - - 124,273 5024 Expendable Procurement 3,094 502 - 3,596 5025 Non Expendable Procurement 19,408 - - 19,408 5026 Hospitality 1,522 - - 1,522 5027 Technical Support Services 16,568 - - 16,568 5028 General Operating Expenses 27,969 12,584 - 40,553 5040 General Operating Expenses - external common services 466 - - 466 5050 General Operating Expenses - internal common services 5,964 - - 5,964 Total 2,741,707 638,428 52,715 3,432,850 5029 Support Costs 161,362 82,996 - 244,358 Grand Total 2,903,069 721,424 52,715 3,677,208 Remaining Balances 475,637 37,428 - 513,066 513,066 Note:Due to the late signature of EU-CIFOR accompanying funds, EU-FEGT funds could not be used and will be transferred to Phase II- this leaves a balance to carry over for the Transition Period of : 2017 Expenditures Period: 01-Jan-2017 to 31-Dec 2017 2017 Financial Overview of FFF Umbrella (Opening Balance- Contributions- Expenditures) Contributions Received up to Dec 2017 812/GER 495/SWE 495/MUL 114/FMM FLEGT Total Carlowitz 1,110,273 1,110,273 Sweden 72,498 6,866,890 6,939,388 Finland 4,991,277 4,991,277 USA Department of State 950,000 950,000 USA Forest Service 9,311 9,311 Agricord 1,115,553 1,115,553 FMM/ FLEGT 758,862 52,715 811,577 OTHER (NFP Remaining Funds) 279,660 - - 279,660 Interests 22,820 22,820 Total 1,110,273 72,498 14,235,511 758,862 52,715 16,229,859 Budget Line Expenses up to 31 Dec 2017 5011 Salaries Professional (Parent) 3,537,292 5012 Salaries General Service (Parent) 580,233 5013 Consultants (Parent) 1,335,244 5014 Contracts (Parent) 6,425,788 5020 Locally Contracted Labour (Parent) 18,411 5021 Travel (Parent) 1,826,317 5023 Training (Parent) 554,790 5024 Expendable Procurement (Parent) 96,574 5025 Non Expendable Procurement (Parent) 25,137 5026 Hospitality (Parent) 7,542 5027 Technical Support Services (Parent) 121,273 5028 General Operating Expenses (Parent) 244,611 5029 Support Costs (Parent) 907,677 5040 General Operating Expenses - external common services (Parent) 13,743 5050 General Operating Expenses - internal common services (Parent) 59,590 Total 15,754,222 Remaining Balance Cash Rcvd - Expenditures 475,637 interest 0 remaining balance FMM 37,428 Psc 0 total 513,065 Final Remaining Balance for CF into 2018 513,065 PHASE 1 FFF 2012-2017 Financial Overview Contributions Received 2018 (CASH) 495/MUL FMM/114 TOTAL Contrib Sweden 1,197,461 1,197,461 CARRY forward from 2017 (495/MUL AND 114/FMM) 475,637 37,428 513,065 Total 1,673,098 37,428 1,710,526 Transtion Funds Total Budget Available Budget Line 495/MUL* 114/FMM 495/MUL 495MUL+FMM 5011 Salaries Professional (Parent) 28,000 - 572,000 600,000 600,000 5012 Salaries General Service (Parent) - - 190,000 190,000 190,000 5013 Consultants (Parent) 60,000 - 70,000 130,000 130,000 5014 Contracts (Parent) 110,000 16,722 230,000 356,722 340,000 5020 Locally Contracted Labour (Parent) 4,100 - - 4,100 4,100 5021 Travel (Parent) 52,000 7,300 48,000 107,300 100,000 5023 Training (Parent) 4,900 - - 4,900 4,900 5024 Expendable Procurement (Parent) 3,450 100 550 4,100 4,000 5025 Non Expendable Procurement (Parent) 1,950 - 550 2,500 2,500 5026 Hospitality (Parent) 1,500 - 500 2,000 2,000 5027 Technical Support Services (Parent) 176,738 - 18,147 194,885 194,885 5028 General Operating Expenses (Parent) 2,500 9,000 1,000 12,500 3,500 5040 General Operating Expenses - external common services (Parent) 1,500 - - 1,500 1,500 5050 General Operating Expenses - internal common services (Parent) 2,500 - - 2,500 2,500 Sub-total 449,138 33,122 1,130,747 1,613,007 1,579,885 5029 Support Costs (Parent) 26,499 4,306 66,714 97,519 93,213 Total 475,637 37,428 1,197,461 1,710,526 1,673,098 Carry Forward PHASE 1 FFF Transition into PHASE II January to September 2018- Provisional Financial Overview 812/GER 495/SWE 495/MUL 114/FMM FLEGT Total Carlowitz 1,193,428 1,193,428 Sweden 72,516 8,060,280 8,132,796 Finland 4,991,276 4,991,276 USA 950,000 950,000 Agricord 1,115,553 1,115,553 FMM/ FLEGT 758,862 52,715 811,577 OTHER (NFP Remaining Funds) 240,603 - - 240,603 Intrerests 22,820 22,820 Returned balances for closed projects -83,156 -83,156 Total Contributions Received 1,110,272 72,516 15,380,531 758,862 52,715 17,374,896 Account 812/GER 495/SWE 495/MUL* 114/FMM FLEGT ** Total Budget 5011 Salaries Professional 144,848 - 3,992,444 - - 4,137,292 5012 General Services - 770,233 - - 770,233 5013 Consultants 116,077 - 1,326,387 - 22,780 1,465,244 5014 Contracts 436,653 - 5,805,857 539,996 - 6,782,506 5020 Locally Contracted Labour 300 - 22,211 - - 22,511 5021 Travel 229,994 63,555 1,504,344 109,400 29,935 1,937,228 5023 Training 56,753 - 502,841 - - 559,594 5024 Expendable Procurement 9,159 - 90,913 601 - 100,673 5025 Non Expendable Procurement 160 - 26,227 - - 26,387 5026 Hospitality - 9,542 - - 9,542 5027 Technical Support Services 4,012 - 216,146 - - 220,158 5028 General Operating Expenses 49,235 4,921 181,032 21,562 - 256,750 5040 General Operating Expenses - external common services 1,225 - 14,018 - - 15,243 5050 General Operating Expenses - internal common services - - 61,441 - - 61,441 Total 1,048,416 68,476 14,523,636 671,559 52,715 16,364,802 5029 Support Costs 61,857 4,040 856,895 87,303 - 1,010,094 GRAND TOTAL 1,110,272 72,516 15,380,531 758,862 52,715 17,374,896 * Includes 2018 funds ** funds to be transferred into PHASE II Umbrella PHASE I + Transition Dec 2012- Sep 2018 Contributions BUDGET ALLOCATION PHASE I + TRANSITION Financial Statement Overview for PHASE I + Transition FLEGT MUL TOTAL EU-FLEGT 1,382,573 1,382,573 IKEA 130,000 130,000 Total Contributions 1,512,573 Account FLEGT IKEA Total Budget 5011 Salaries Professional 354,516 354,516 5012 General Services - 5013 Consultants 135,959 135,959 5014 Contracts 826,765 122,757 949,522 5020 Locally Contracted Labour - 5021 Travel 36,206 36,206 5023 Training 23,811 23,811 5024 Expendable Procurement - 5025 Non Expendable Procurement - 5026 Hospitality - 5027 Technical Support Services 5,316 5,316 5028 General Operating Expenses - 5040 General Operating Expenses - external common services - 5050 General Operating Expenses - internal common services - Total 1,382,573 122,757 1,505,330 5029 Support Costs - 7,243 7,243 GRAND TOTAL 1,382,573 130,000 1,512,572 PHASE II 2018-2022 Contributions BUDGET ALLOCATION PHASE II Financial Statement Overview for PHASE II Annexe 5: Minutes of the fifth SC Meeting, without Annexes, February 2017 Minutes of the fifth meeting of the Forest and Farm Facility Steering Committee FAO headquarters, Rome, Italy 15-16 February 2017 Introductions The 5th meeting of the Forest and Farm Facility Steering Committee was held at FAO in Rome from February 15-16th.
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Score: 914511.3 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/4...7a13f38670300f7569870dadbd.pdf
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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 2009 : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Department responsible: Department of Peacekeeping Operations and Department of Field Support Status: implemented Priority: medium Target date: not applicable Expendable property Disclosure of expendable property in the financial statements 53. (...) The trauma kits referred to by the Board of Auditors comprise both non-expendable and expendable property items, including medicines and bandages, which are rotated in accordance with an established schedule or after the kits have been used in emergency situations. The kits deployed to UNAMID have been maintained in a state of readiness in the event of a medical emergency. The expendable elements of these trauma kits were shipped by the vendor to Brindisi, Italy, and later transferred to UNAMID, resulting in a number of expendable elements expiring.
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Score: 909522.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/64/702&Lang=E
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back to top Budget for the WTO Secretariat for the year 2001  SECTION SWISS FRANCS Staff (Work/years)   (a) Salary 60'646'860 (b) Pensions 11'891'440 (c) Other common staff costs 10'946'000 Temporary assistance 11'443'050 Communications   (a) Telecommunications 568'000 (b) Postage charges 1'227'000 Building facilities   (a) Rental 39'600 (b) Utilities 1'601'500 (c) Maintenance and insurance 907'000 Permanent equipment 3'474'750 Expendable equipment 1'264'670 Contractual Services   (a) Reproduction 1'217'000 (b) Office automation/ Informatics 2'213'540 (c) Other 244'000 Staff overhead costs   (a) Training 408'000 (b) Insurance 1'079'900 (c) Joint services 519'000 (d) Miscellaneous 46'500 Missions   (a) Official 1'205'100 (b) Technical Cooperation 1'163'200 Trade policy training courses 1'490'000 Contribution to ITC 14'361'500 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 567'000 (f) Publications 203'000 (g) Public information activities 260'000 (h) External auditors 70'000 (i) Ministerial meeting 400'000 (j) ISO 60'000 (k) Other 63'000 Unforeseen expenditure 100'000 TOTAL 131'305'610   Budget for the Appellate Body and its Secretariat for the year 200 1 back to top SECTION SWISS FRANCS Staff (Work/ years) (a)  Salary 1'253'900 (b)  Pensions 244'600 (c)  Other Common staff costs 381'400 Temporary Assistance 108'500 Communications   (a)  Telecommunications 6'500 (b)  Postal Charges   Building Facilities   (a)  Rental   (b)  Utilities 11'000 (c)  Maintenance and Insurance 10'000 Permanent Equipment 89'100 Expendable Equipment 17'700 Contractual Services   (a)  Reproduction 15'000 (b)  Office automation/Informatics 3'000 (c)  Other   Staff Overhead Costs   (a)  Training   (b)  Insurance 2'400 (c)  Joint Services   (d)  Miscellaneous 6'000 Missions 9'300 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 615'200 (e)  Library 3'400 (f)  Publications   (g)  Public Information Activities   (h)  External Auditors   (i)  Ministerial Meeting   (j)  ISO   (k)  Other   Unforeseen Expenditure   TOTAL 2'778'000    back to top List of main active extra-budgetary funds donated for technical cooperation and training activities Donor Fund Project Balance 1/1/01 Pledged for 2001 Total Trust Funds Netherlands T0006 WTO trainee programme 561'605 1'050'000 1'611'605 Hong Kong, China T0024 Technical cooperation activities 27'428 27'428 JITAP T0027 Technical cooperation activities in selected African countries 105'472 105'472 United States T0028 WTO reference centres 11'041 11'041 Switzerland T0030 Technical cooperation activities 334'718 334'718 United Kingdom T0037 Technical cooperation activities 173'854 173'854 Switzerland T0039 Consultant for the Trade Policy Course - 25'000 25'000 Nordic countries TAD01 Anti-dumping seminars 17'707 17'707 Germany TDE01 Trade Policy Reviews 64'841 100'000 164'841 Germany TDE02 Global trust fund for technical cooperation - 350'000 350'000 Denmark TDK02 Global trust fund for technical cooperation 629'021 629'021 Finland TFI01 Global trust fund for technical cooperation 96'864 800'000 896'864 France TFR01 Seminars on SPS 230'122 230'122 France TFR02 Global trust fund for technical cooperation - 235'000 235'000 Ireland TIE01 Global trust fund for technical cooperation 86'500 86'500 Japan TJP05 WTO seminars in Asia 313'297 313'297 Netherlands TNL03 Global trust fund for technical cooperation 592'138 900'000 1'492'138 Norway TNO02 Global trust fund for technical cooperation 503'072 503'072 Norway TNO03 Workshop on patented drugs pricing - 300'000 300'000 New Zealand TNZ03 Seminars on WTO in Asia/Pacific 288'898 288'898 Sweden TSE02 Global trust fund for technical cooperation 735'560 735'560 United Kingdom TUK04 Workshop on competition policy - 520'000 520'000 United States TUS04 Global trust fund for technical cooperation - 1'050'000 1'050'000 Total 4'772'137 5'330'000 10'102'137 Other extra-budgetary funds WTO Members TGTF1 Global trust fund for technical cooperation 35'771 35'771 WTO Members ES962 1996 surplus for technical cooperation 11'153 11'153 WTO Members EPSF1 Programme support fund 903'468 903'468 Total 950'393 - 950'393 TOTAL 5'722'529 5'330'000 11'052'529  
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Score: 909248.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...to_e/secre_e/past_budget_e.htm
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 28TH MEETING : 5TH COMMITTEE, HELD AT HEADQUARTERS, NEW YORK, ON MONDAY, 3 MAY 2010, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 64TH SESSION
The Administration must give priority to addressing the deficiencies with respect to expendable and non-expendable property, especially to ensure accountability for the assets under its control and to prepare for the implementation of International Public Sector Accounting Standards. 21. (...) Several recommendations were reiterated from the previous year, mainly with respect to human resources management, management of expendable and non-expendable property, and procurement and contract management. 22. (...) The discrepancies between the physical count of expendable and non-expendable property and the information recorded, repeated for the third year, was a matter of concern.
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Score: 908501.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=A/C.5/64/SR.28&Lang=E
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