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In addition, food loss significantly contributes to the increasing environmental cost of food production. (...) First and foremost of these factors are gender relations. Indeed, women are a pillar of the African artisanal fisheries and aquaculture sectors. (...) Differences in men’s and women’s skills and knowledge are another relevant factor, for example, in the uptake of technological solutions aimed at reducing losses.
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Score: 816433.8 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...hains-gender-and-food-loss/en/
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In addition, food loss significantly contributes to the increasing environmental cost of food production. (...) First and foremost of these factors are gender relations. Indeed, women are a pillar of the African artisanal fisheries and aquaculture sectors. (...) Differences in men’s and women’s skills and knowledge are another relevant factor, for example, in the uptake of technological solutions aimed at reducing losses.
Language:English
Score: 816433.8 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...hains-gender-and-food-loss/ar/
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In addition, food loss significantly contributes to the increasing environmental cost of food production. (...) First and foremost of these factors are gender relations. Indeed, women are a pillar of the African artisanal fisheries and aquaculture sectors. (...) Differences in men’s and women’s skills and knowledge are another relevant factor, for example, in the uptake of technological solutions aimed at reducing losses.
Language:English
Score: 816433.8 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...hains-gender-and-food-loss/ru/
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In addition, food loss significantly contributes to the increasing environmental cost of food production. (...) First and foremost of these factors are gender relations. Indeed, women are a pillar of the African artisanal fisheries and aquaculture sectors. (...) Differences in men’s and women’s skills and knowledge are another relevant factor, for example, in the uptake of technological solutions aimed at reducing losses.
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Score: 816433.8 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...ue-chains-Gender-and-food-loss
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Scope of Work The development of a proposal for ethical review to review the factors affecting childhood vaccine stock availability in South Africa, support the Ethical Review submission and lead and coordinate the conduct of the study to review of factors affecting childhood vaccine stock availability in South Africa. (...) Develop a research proposal titled: REVIEW OF FACTORS AFFECTING CHILDHOOD VACCINE STOCK AVAILABILITY IN SOUTH AFRICA The following are the objectives of the study: • Evaluate vaccine availability over a specified period of time (to be finalized) in all provinces (specific districts to be finalized). • Determine how the distribution model, cold chain capacity and stock management practices in the facilities contribute to vaccine availability. • Describe how vaccine availability influences immunization coverage in the target population, and how vaccine availability contributes to zero-dose children in the community (Use administrative data). • Joint discussion with the DOH and UNICEF on the proposed research methodology and identification of data sources and potential respondents • Research Proposal development (consisting of a quantitative and qualitative research component). (...) All logistics costs of in country travel should be factored into the bid/budget and be covered by the service provider.
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Score: 816302.64 - https://www.unicef.org/southaf...cine-stock-availability-SA.pdf
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Success Factors for women’s and children’s health Study group internal communication – Please do not circulate Success factors for women’s and children’s health in Bangladesh Page 1 Brief update on Bangladesh Multi-stakeholder Review - April 2014 A multi-stakeholder review of success factors contributing to country progress on the health of women and children in Bangladesh was conducted to identify key enabling factors contributing to the improvements observed over the past 40 years. (...) The overall objectives of the workshop were to: • Review and update maternal and child health coverage indicators. • Identify and discuss “success” factors within and outside of the health sector that have led to the success in maternal and child health in Bangladesh. (...) However, there still remain challenges that need to be addressed and overcome.  There has been a remarkable 40% decline in maternal mortality over the last decade, from 322 per 100,000 live births in 2001 to 194 in 2010 (BMMS 2010)  The contraceptive prevalence rate increased from 40% in 1990 to 62% in 2011 (BDHS 2011)  The fertility rate (TFR) more than halved between 1990 and 2011, from 5.1 to 2.3 births per woman (BDHS 2011)  Under-five child mortality has declined from 151 per 1000 live births in 1990 to 53 per 1000 live births in 2011 (BDHS 2011).  The infant mortality rate is 43 deaths per 1,000 live births and the child mortality rate is 11 deaths per 1,000 births (BDHS 2011).  About 86% of children aged 12-24 months are fully vaccinated and 83% have received all vaccines by 12 months of age (BDHS 2011). Success Factors for women’s and children’s health Study group internal communication – Please do not circulate Success factors for women’s and children’s health in Bangladesh Page 2  Early initiation of breastfeeding in the 0-1 month age group has improved to 85% in 2011 (BDHS 2011)  Exclusive breastfeeding of children under six months has also increased from 43% in 2007 to 64% in 2011.  In 2011, 35% of children with symptoms of ARI received treatment from a health facility or provider, and of those 71% of children received antibiotic treatment (BDHS 2011).  However, the slow progress to reduce neonatal deaths has resulted in high neonatal mortality estimated at 32 per 1000 live births, and which comprises 60% of all under-5 mortality (BDHS 2011).  Infection related deaths have declined but drowning remains a significant cause of under-5 child mortality in Bangladesh (BDHS 2011).  Births among adolescent mothers remain high - adolescents accounting for 33% of women giving birth.  Skilled birth attendants (SBA) attended only 32% of deliveries in Bangladesh and 29% of deliveries have taken place in a health facility (BDHS 2011).  Gains in reducing child and maternal mortality have been slow among the poor and the less educated.  Poverty and high out-of-pocket costs remain a key challenge in Bangladesh  Key factors identified within the health sector as contributing to the success include: o Widespread health infrastructure as a result of the Government’s commitment to ensure accessibility to health facilities.
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Score: 814382.1 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...ications/bangaldesh_update.pdf
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The forward and inverse scaling factors q and r used for quantization in the FCD double every 6 QP. Therefore, the scaling factors can be separated into a mantissa and an appropriate power of 2. (...) Q = 11030 corresponds to a dynamic increase of 13.4 bit while Q = 7220 gives an increase of 12.8 bit. The inverse scaling factors increase the dynamic by factors of 9 and 11, i.e. 3.2 and 3.5 bit.
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Score: 814318.9 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...te/2002_10_Geneva/JVT-E025.doc
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PowerPoint Presentation WTO CTS CBI experience 29-10-19 Peter van Gilst (Chief Technical Advisor), PGilst@cbi.eu https://www.cbi.eu/ Connect SMEs in developing countries to the European market and thereby contribute to sustainable and inclusive economic growth. (...) › Around 40 projects at any time › Around 700 SMEs supported every year › 14 sectors › Results in 2018: – Over €550 mln. export growth EU/EFTA – Over €725 mln. export growth non-EU/EFTA – Over 100,000 jobs created 28-02-19 4 Projects in Services: IT › Senegal (with ITC) › Uganda (with ITC) › Egypt 28-02-19 7 Projects in Services: Tourism › Egypt › Ethiopia › Jordan › Myanmar › Sierra Leone › Uganda › Zambia 28-02-19 8 IT: Trends › IT SKILLS SHORTAGE › PRESSURE ON PRICES › INVREASED COMPETITION (ALSO FROM OUTSIDE EU) › INCREASING IMPORTANCE CSR 28-02-19 9 IT: Obstacles › POLITICAL COMMITMENT (RESOURCES) › INSUFFICIENT INFRASTRUCTURE › NATIONAL STRATEGY › LANGUAGE SKILLS 28-02-19 10 IT: Success factors › COMMITMENT MANAGEMENT › EXPORT STRATEGY › COMPETITIVE PRICING › CERTIFICATION 28-02-19 11 Tourism: Trends › FIT VS PACKAGE › EASE OF INTERNET › SUSTAINABILITY/CSR 28-02-19 12 Tourism: Obstacles › LANGUAGE SKILLS › LIMITED CONTROL OVER SUPPLIERS › LACK OF COUNTRY LEVEL SUPPORT (BRANDING) › SKILLS GAP (HOSPITALITY) › LACK OF INSURANCE 28-02-19 13 IT: Trends › IT SKILLS SHORTAGE › PRESSURE ON PRICES › INVREASED COMPETITION (ALSO FROM OUTSIDE EU) › INCREASING IMPORTANCE CSR 28-02-19 14 Tourism: Success factors › INTERNATIONAL ORIENTATION › LOG TERM MARKETING BUDGET › SPECIALIZATION/USP/PROFILE › CERTIFICATION 28-02-19 15 WTO CTS Connect SMEs in developing countries to the European market and thereby contribute to sustainable and inclusive economic growth. (...) Projects in Services: IT Projects in Services: Tourism IT: Trends IT: Obstacles IT: Success factors Tourism: Trends Tourism: Obstacles IT: Trends Tourism: Success factors
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Score: 814017.87 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/s3_VAN_GILST_Netherlands.pdf
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ICAO Working Paper A37-WP/138 Enhancement of FDA and FDM RNP APCH and AR Deployment EEnnhhaanncceemmeenntt ooff FFDDAA aanndd FFDDMM RNP APCH and AR Deployment “ICAO controlled flight into terrain (CFIT) studies have shown that runway-aligned approaches (LNAV only) are 25 times safer than circling approaches, and that once some form of vertical guidance is added to approaches the safety margin is increased again by a factor of 8” [1] [1] Working Paper A37-WP/138, Performance-based navigation – the implementation challenge ICAO AFI FPP 1st Steering Committee 17th December 2014 © AIRBUS Operations S.A.S. (...) Confidential and proprietary document. Contributing Factors for Runway excursions In the RWY excursions reported to Airbus in 2011 was a contributing factor in 70% of the events 40 % 40 % 50 % 60 % 50 % Destabilization is one major contributing factor ICAO AFI FPP 1st Steering Committee 17th December 2014 © AIRBUS Operations S.A.S.
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Score: 813954 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Afr...SC1/Airbus%20FPP%20SC%20v1.pdf
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What factors contribute to the success of Aid for Trade in promoting women's economic empowerment? (...) What factors contribute to the success of Aid for Trade in promoting the economic empowerment of MSMEs? (...) 39. What factors contribute to the success of Aid for Trade in promoting to Youth economic empowerment?
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Score: 812828 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...top_e/devel_e/a4t_e/p19en.docx
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