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LOT 2 (KUR,EN,AR): Translation Service Number of Staff Number of individuals subcontracted Staff Kurdish – English – Kurdish Kurdish – Arabic – Kurdish Proofreading/Editing Service Number of Staff Number of individuals subcontracted Staff Kurdish – English – Kurdish Kurdish – Arabic – Kurdish The persons providing translation services and the ones providing proofreading/editing services may overlap, but the persons listed under each service must be experienced and qualified to provide the services in question. LOT 3 (TUR,EN,AR): Translation Service Number of Staff Number of individuals subcontracted Staff Turkish – English – Turkish Turkish – Arabic – Turkish Proofreading/Editing Service Number of Staff Number of individuals subcontracted Staff Turkish – English – Turkish Turkish – Arabic – Turkish The persons providing translation services and the ones providing proofreading/editing services may overlap, but the persons listed under each service must be experienced and qualified to provide the services in question. (...) Please confirm here if you have attached the required translation of the sample text (Annex B) Document Submitted Indicate file name Translation of Sample Test English to Turkish ☐  3. Please confirm here if you have attached the required previous example of a legal translation Document Submitted State the language pair of the example provided Indication nature of entity the translation was made for Indicate number of pages and file name Example of a legal translation (translations and source text) ☐  COMPANY NAME: ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: I herewith confirm to have read and to acknowledge the UNHCR General Conditions for Provision of Goods and Services (Annex F&F1): _____________________________________ Stamp: Authorized Signature I herewith confirm to have read and to acknowledge the Special Data Protection Conditions (Annex G): _____________________________________ Stamp: Authorized Signature I herewith confirm to have read and to acknowledge the UN Supplier Code of Conduct (Annex H): _____________________________________ Stamp: Authorized Signature I herewith confirm that our company is not on the Consolidated United Nations Security Council Sanctions List (available at: https://www.un.org/sc/suborg/en/sanctions/un-sc-consolidated-list#entities ) _____________________________________ Stamp: Authorized Signature Page 4 of 4
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Score: 1536964.6 - https://www.unhcr.org/lb/wp-co...e-Form_TranslationEdits-2.docx
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Tayfun Acarer, Director of the Turkish Telecommunications Authority, and chaired by Dr. (...) The events of the conference were facilitated and supported by the highly efficient and helpful staff of the Turkish Telecommunications Authority, the Surmeli Hotel, and the Adim Turism Agency. Discussions, which were simultaneously translated into Russian/Turkish/English, focused on the topic of regulatory and economic issues related to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and Broadband, and various cases were presented by experienced regulators and consultants from within the ICT sphere.
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Score: 1408421.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...eminars/2005/Turkey/index.html
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Sectoral Roadmaps | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Turkey Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Türkçe Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Back Select Language Türkçe Select Title All Food Sector Machinery and Metal Sector New Approach to Manufacturing Plastic Sector Textile Sector English pdf (6.7 MB) Turkish pdf (6.7 MB) English pdf (1.7 MB) Turkish pdf (1.8 MB) English pdf (3.3 MB) Turkish pdf (2.7 MB) English pdf (4.6 MB) Turkish pdf (4.6 MB) English pdf (3.9 MB) Turkish pdf (1.7 MB) Home Turkey Publications Sectoral Roadmaps Sectoral Roadmaps Download Sectoral Roadmaps May 6, 2021 Before COVID-19 pandemic changed the global economy, 5 reports focusing on local economies in Southeastern Anatolia were prepared in the framework of Turkey Resilience Project in Response to Syria Crisis Job Creation Component in 2020. (...) The reports were prepared to guide the respective sectors to become more resilient against shocks, crises and disasters as we have been experiencing for  10 years and now we are trying to adapt to the “new normal” created by a global pandemic.
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Score: 1380627.7 - https://www.undp.org/turkiye/publications/sectoral-roadmaps
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The seminars were held on 03-13 September 2018 in the GESOB Events Hall and attended by 204 beneficiaries of Syrian, Afghan and Turkish nationality who completed the courses Turkish A1 and A2, Computer Operating, Basic Makeup, Hair-dressing, Packaging and the members of the Tomorrow's Women Committee. (...) Zehra Tosun dealt with the gender-based problems experienced by women at work, with real life examples of participants. (...) Participants particularly voiced the problems experienced by their spouses in the world of work, offered proposals for solutions; and were informed on the recent work of the Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Services.
Language:English
Score: 1366692.3 - www.ilo.org/ankara/news...WCMS_645738/lang--en/index.htm
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The seminars were held on 03-13 September 2018 in the GESOB Events Hall and attended by 204 beneficiaries of Syrian, Afghan and Turkish nationality who completed the courses Turkish A1 and A2, Computer Operating, Basic Makeup, Hair-dressing, Packaging and the members of the Tomorrow's Women Committee. (...) Zehra Tosun dealt with the gender-based problems experienced by women at work, with real life examples of participants. (...) Participants particularly voiced the problems experienced by their spouses in the world of work, offered proposals for solutions; and were informed on the recent work of the Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Services.
Language:English
Score: 1366692.3 - https://www.ilo.org/ankara/new...WCMS_645738/lang--en/index.htm
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UNDP Turkey supports Syrian and Turkish young minds to work in team spirit and find new ideas to tackle climate change The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Turkey brought together 84 Syrian and Turkish young entrepreneurs at the “Start-up Weekend” event in Istanbul aiming to find solutions to the climate crisis and climate-induced disasters. (...) Having interacted in the groups and experienced team spirit, intercultural communication and learning methods, Syrian and Turkish youth had opportunities to better know each other’s cultures through social activities. (...) The “Start-up Weekend” event that supports young entrepreneurs who work to tackle the climate crisis is a part of an initiative that aims to find solutions to the problems faced by Syrian youth and their Turkish peers. In this context, 403 young people have had opportunities to learn new job skills and receive entrepreneurship training.
Language:English
Score: 1361505.2 - https://www.undp.org/turkiye/n...-united-against-climate-crisis
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This marks a departure from the longer-term trend that had seen European market prices pushed down by rapid growth in Turkish supply volumes, lower production costs for Turkish producers and a weak Turkish lira. (...) Outlook Greek production is forecast to increase by around 12 percent in 2021, while Turkish bass and bream production is expected to continue dropping, by an estimated 10-15 percent. With Turkish banks increasingly less willing to lend due to the economic climate, Turkish bass and bream companies have looked elsewhere, with leading firm Kilic Deniz recently securing a loan of EUR 80 million from European development banks.
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Score: 1361505.2 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/.../resource-detail/en/c/1416628/
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This marks a departure from the longer-term trend that had seen European market prices pushed down by rapid growth in Turkish supply volumes, lower production costs for Turkish producers and a weak Turkish lira. (...) Outlook Greek production is forecast to increase by around 12 percent in 2021, while Turkish bass and bream production is expected to continue dropping, by an estimated 10-15 percent. With Turkish banks increasingly less willing to lend due to the economic climate, Turkish bass and bream companies have looked elsewhere, with leading firm Kilic Deniz recently securing a loan of EUR 80 million from European development banks.
Language:English
Score: 1361505.2 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/.../resource-detail/es/c/1416628/
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During the session three days ago Greek Cypriot Workers' Delegate, used the term “Turkish occupation of the island”. I would like to remind you that from 1963 to 1974 the Greek Cypriots carried out an armed ethnic cleansing campaign against the Turkish Cypriots. For more than 50 years, it is the Turkish Cypriot people who have been suffering from the non- settlement of the Cyprus issue. One should never forget that Turkish Cypriots accepted the Annan Plan in 2004, while Greek Cypriots rejected it.
Language:English
Score: 1356571.8 - https://www.ilo.org/ILCSpeeche...PLENARY-09_20220609_140836.pdf
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detail Discover About FAO In action Media Main topics Resources Member countries Get involved English العربية Share × Close FAO emergencies and resilience Our focus  Crises Partnerships Resource repository  News Publications Videos Audio Photo collection FAO supports agri-food cooperatives bringing together Syrian and Turkish women FAO, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, and the Government of Japan, support agri-food cooperatives bringing together Syrian and Turkish women Manal El Ahmed, a Syrian woman and member of the Orhaneli Women’s Cooperative in Bursa. (...) To help the cooperative become sustainable, FAO provided support to ten Syrian women and ten Turkish women through training at the cooperative.  (...) The aim of the project was to gather women entrepreneurs from Syrian and Turkish communities under one roof and provide them with skills, knowledge and equipment needed to operate a business.
Language:English
Score: 1344970.3 - https://www.fao.org/emergencie...er-syrian-and-turkish-women/en
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