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In the interim, the Committee recommends the approval of an appropriation of $6.5 million to cover the Secretariat’s contribution for the year 2016 only. While the Advisory Committee recognizes the important role played by the resident coordinator system, the Committee insists that the Secretariat’s contribution should be based on a clearly formulated cost-sharing formula. In that regard, and in accordance with General Assembly resolution 67/226, contributions should reflect the direct involvement of each entity, based on the proportion of services used, which has not clearly reflected in the Secretary- General’s proposal. The Advisory Committee also expects that any updates in membership of the United Nations Development Group will be factored into the arrangement. In addition, the salaries and operational support costs for the Deputy Special Representatives of the Secretary- General who also serve as resident coordinators and humanitarian coordinators should be factored into the cost-sharing arrangement.
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Score: 726676.76 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...016-2017_RCS_Chair%20ACABQ.pdf
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Quantifications, using economic indicators and productivity factors of ICT can be input to improving regulatory efficacy. (...) There will then be contribution from Government and contribution from regulators (the market). (...) In Contribution due to class change $5M Amount used for Budget $10M $15M $2.5M $17.5M $15M $2.5M $17.5M Reserve Account $5M $2.5 $0 legend Class A contribution = $10M Class B contribution = $15M Increase of contribution ($15M-$10M =$5M) 16) It will appear that associate membership facilitates too many conveniences that are likely to encourage transfer from full membership.
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Score: 726355.47 - https://www.itu.int/council/groups/res147/pd/trinidad.doc
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I am well aware of the important contributions made by this Committee to the furthering of the United Nations’ development goals. (...) We need leaders who understand the hardships faced from within, who can evaluate them objectively and who can mobilize people’s voices and minds collectively to create a national vision.3 The second challenge of the human factor is the intrinsic relationship between capable leaders and the very institutions they lead. (...) 4 These are only some of the key questions that the topic of the human factor in development entails us to ponder. In this respect, I am convinced that your discussions in this session will be extremely beneficial to give answers to these and related questions while steering policy-makers in the right direction vis-à-vis policy-making on the human factor in public administration and development.
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Score: 726217.1 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/p...ecosoc%2030%20march%202009.pdf
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.      - the last factor is a complex one. In order to fulfil it, the country, area, or territory must meet the main criterion of the solid bullet point and at least one of the sub-factors designated by the open bullet points under it. 3. Core Offer Group B - Fee access Total GNI is at or less than US$ 1 billion and/or Total GNI is at or less than US$ 20 billion where GNIpc is at or less than US$10,000 and/or Total GNI is at or less than US$ 180 billion where: o HDI is at or less than 0.67 and/or o GNIpc is at or less than US$ 5000 Interpretation:      - a country, area, or territory must fulfil at least one of the three factors designated by solid bullet points.      - the second factor is a complex one. In order to fulfil it the country, area, or territory must meet both criteria listed in the solid bullet.      - the third factor is a complex one. In order to fulfil it, the country, area, or territory must meet the main criterion of the solid bullet point and at least one of the sub-factors designated by the open bullet points under it.
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Score: 725845.6 - https://www.who.int/hinari/eli...countries_areas_or_territo/en/
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BREAKOUT SESSION BREAKOUT SESSION MALAWI GROUP Communities/different sectors preparation for agriculture production  Selection of crops and varieties  Land preparation  Mobilisation of inputs (recycle, procurement and sourcing from friends and relatives)  They use the seasonal forecast to set dates on when to plant crops  The ministry of Agriculture align its programme based on the National and downscaled seasonal forecast  Met Department disseminate national and downscaled seasonal forecast to different sectors at district level Climate information services factored in crop yield projection  Met Department uses climate information for their Agrometshell model  Ministry of Agriculture uses climate information in the Agriculture Production Estimate Survey (APES) when projecting production of the country. (...) Is a water balance model.  It takes other factors constant. Water is the determinant factor. (...) The expectations in new technologies  The new model should factor in almost all factors that contribute to the crop production.
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Score: 725784.67 - https://www.uneca.org/sites/de...20session%20Malawi%20group.pdf
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INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION - 3 - REPUBLIQUE DU CAMEROUN Paix – Travail – Patrie MINISTERE DES POSTES ET TELECOMMUNICATIONS REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON Peace – Work – Fatherland MINISTRY OF POSTS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONTRIBUTION BY CAMEROON ON INDICATORS ON COMMUNITY ACCESS TO ICTs Yaoundé, Cameroun Contact: NSONGAN ETUNG Joseph Chargé d’Etudes Assistant nº 1 Observatoire des Nouvelles Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication Ministère des Postes et Télécommunications E-mail: etung_joseph@yahoo.fr 1 Summary The purpose of this contribution is to analyse the community access indicators of the regional workshop held in Mexico from 6 to 9 October 2003. This analysis is based on a methodology which begins by defining the key factors of community connectivity and then develops access indicators, and includes the identification of measurables. 2 Key factors in community access The key factors in community access are essential to the shaping of community access to achieve the objective of ensuring that everyone can access telecommunication and Internet services. (...) Assuming an average of two (02) surveys per year, ITU could contribute to financing the second on condition that the first has been carried out by the requesting developing country.
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Score: 725477.44 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/.../doc/08_Contribution_CMR_e.doc
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08_Contribution_CMR_e.PDF REPUBLIQUE DU CAMEROUN Paix – Travail – Patrie MINISTERE DES POSTES ET TELECOMMUNICATIONS REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON Peace – Work – Fatherland MINISTRY OF POSTS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONTRIBUTION BY CAMEROON ON INDICATORS ON COMMUNITY ACCESS TO ICTs Yaoundé, Cameroun Contact: NSONGAN ETUNG Joseph Chargé d’Etudes Assistant nº 1 Observatoire des Nouvelles Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication Ministère des Postes et Télécommunications E-mail: etung_joseph@yahoo.fr - 2 - 1 Summary The purpose of this contribution is to analyse the community access indicators of the regional workshop held in Mexico from 6 to 9 October 2003. This analysis is based on a methodology which begins by defining the key factors of community connectivity and then develops access indicators, and includes the identification of measurables. 2 Key factors in community access The key factors in community access are essential to the shaping of community access to achieve the objective of ensuring that everyone can access telecommunication and Internet services. (...) Assuming an average of two (02) surveys per year, ITU could contribute to financing the second on condition that the first has been carried out by the requesting developing country.
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Score: 725477.44 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/.../doc/08_Contribution_CMR_e.pdf
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Maximum flood in the river which is 4 mile near the site is 170’ i.e. (18’ above the ground) and water level in Dadu Canal. 1500 cusecs capacity, which is three miles away on the western side is 158 i.e. (6’ above the ground) which are the main factors of contributing high water table at the Mohenjo-daro site. (...) Third Stage: For lowering the water table 65’ bellow the ground 30 additional tube will be installed in future in a second ring 800’ ft. away from the existing circle and will operate on 74% annual operation factor. For determining the location and number of tube wells, electric analogue model was constructed simulating the site conditions as closely as possible in order to examine various arrangements of wells and study the contribution of two sources (river and Dadu Canal) at the seepage draw down relationship. It was established that at the beginning of pumping major contribution came from ground water storage whereas after steady state is reached, two-third pumping comes from the river, one-third from canal and storage to contribute.
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Score: 723916.5 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...ower_development_authority.pdf
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The synthesis identified contributing factors, both enabling and hindering, for the five main criteria. (...) This section also includes discussion of the factors (enabling and hinder- ing) which contribute to UN Women’s performance for each criterion. (...) Meta-Synthesis of UN Women Evaluations 2017/2018 21 Contributing factors Enabling factors The evaluations identified several key contributing factors to the relevance of UN Women supported interventions.
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Score: 723561.4 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...n-evaluations-2017-2018-en.pdf
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The modification applies on the scaling factor used for the spatial base layer coding when no update is done. 2 Modification of the scaling factor In the current version of the JSVM, the quantizer settings for the temporal subbands are adjusted according to the fractions of uni- and bi-directional connections and their respective scaling factors ( [1], section 4.5). In the JSVM software, these scaling factors are the followings: #define FACTOR_22_HP 0.70710678118654752440084436210485 //sqrt( 1.0/ 2.0) #define FACTOR_22_LP 1.4142135623730950488016887242097 //sqrt( 2.0/ 1.0) #define FACTOR_53_HP 0.847791247890659 //sqrt( 23.0/ 32.0) #define FACTOR_53_LP 1.22474487139159 //sqrt(3.0/2.0) These scaling factors are used to calculate the scaling factors applied to each temporal subband for all spatial layers. (...) For this set of tests, we modified the scaling factors of the base layer temporal subbands only.
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Score: 722983.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...ite/2005_04_Busan/JVT-O045.doc
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