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The attached report includes the winners and some special mentions from the many fantastic entries we received. The report is only available in Indonesian language, but the visuals speak to a global audience.   
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Score: 868964.9 - https://www.unicef.org/indones...ents/crc30-ureport-competition
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. • On behalf of all of us let me once again thank our hosts BT for offering us the fantastic facilities and their hospitality. • Also many thanks to the UK Government for its support and the wonderful reception last night. • I am sure you will agree with me we have benefited from very professional and informative presentations, thanks to the presenters and of course the session moderators. • As in the previous symposium in Kyoto, we have generated a rich source of ideas of how the ICT sector can contribute to a “greener” world, without impacting negatively on global growth and prosperity.
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Score: 868964.9 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/0F/T060F0000090051PDFE.pdf
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I always loved the way they carried themselves, how they interacted with people, and how they were treated with the respect that all women deserve. I thought it was a fantastic way of helping and serving one’s country, and I wanted to do that as well, but then my passion for drawing led me in another direction. (...) Their kindness and the smiles on their faces when I talk to them in Arabic – it’s just fantastic! Those interactions are my highlights. When you miss your family, it does make you feel good to see others being happy that you are here, that you are both needed and liked.
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Score: 867125.4 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...features/my-dream-job%E2%80%99
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"The ownership that I've been given over the projects, as well as the time and responsibility that I've been given from professionals that I've worked with has been fantastic." 26 October 2015 East and Southern Africa Success stories SDG 1: No poverty Stories of national UN Volunteers in Zimbabwe Two national UN Volunteers working for a UNDP project in Zimbabwe saw their efforts pay off when the livelihood of a local community they were supporting started improving. (...) "The ownership that I've been given over the projects, as well as the time and responsibility that I've been given from professionals that I've worked with has been fantastic." 20 October 2015 Videos facebook twitter linkedin youtube-play instagram flickr Main navigation Become a UN Volunteer Unified Conditions of Service Volunteer abroad Volunteer in your country Volunteer online Frequently Asked Questions Engage a UN Volunteer UN Partner Toolkit Request UN Volunteers United Nations partners UNV funding partners Sponsor UN Volunteers UNV and the private sector Volunteerism State of the World's Volunteerism Volunteerism and the Global Goals Knowledge Portal on Volunteerism Plan of Action 2016-2030 Our campaigns International Volunteer Day 2021 About UNV Who we are Our mission: Mobilize volunteers Our mission: Promote volunteerism Publications database Employment & internships Procurement information Scam alert Contact us Reports Annual Report 2020 Annual Report 2019 Annual Report 2018 Our legacy A short history of UNV UNV at 50 UNV alumni Regional offices Regional offices Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa My UNV Profile UNV eCampus This website benefits from the continuous support of Online Volunteers.
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Score: 867125.4 - https://www.unv.org/tags/zimbabwe
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"The ownership that I've been given over the projects, as well as the time and responsibility that I've been given from professionals that I've worked with has been fantastic." 26 October 2015 East and Southern Africa Success stories SDG 1: No poverty Stories of national UN Volunteers in Zimbabwe Two national UN Volunteers working for a UNDP project in Zimbabwe saw their efforts pay off when the livelihood of a local community they were supporting started improving. (...) "The ownership that I've been given over the projects, as well as the time and responsibility that I've been given from professionals that I've worked with has been fantastic." 20 October 2015 Videos facebook twitter linkedin youtube-play instagram flickr Main navigation Become a UN Volunteer Unified Conditions of Service Volunteer abroad Volunteer in your country Volunteer online Frequently Asked Questions Engage a UN Volunteer UN Partner Toolkit Request UN Volunteers United Nations partners UNV funding partners Sponsor UN Volunteers UNV and the private sector Volunteerism State of the World's Volunteerism Volunteerism and the Global Goals Knowledge Portal on Volunteerism Plan of Action 2016-2030 Our campaigns International Volunteer Day 2021 About UNV Who we are Our mission: Mobilize volunteers Our mission: Promote volunteerism Publications database Employment & internships Procurement information Scam alert Contact us Reports Annual Report 2020 Annual Report 2019 Annual Report 2018 Our legacy A short history of UNV UNV at 50 UNV alumni Regional offices Regional offices Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa My UNV Profile UNV eCampus This website benefits from the continuous support of Online Volunteers.
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Score: 867125.4 - https://www.unv.org/taxonomy/term/511
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"The ownership that I've been given over the projects, as well as the time and responsibility that I've been given from professionals that I've worked with has been fantastic." 26 October 2015 East and Southern Africa Success stories SDG 1: No poverty Stories of national UN Volunteers in Zimbabwe Two national UN Volunteers working for a UNDP project in Zimbabwe saw their efforts pay off when the livelihood of a local community they were supporting started improving. (...) "The ownership that I've been given over the projects, as well as the time and responsibility that I've been given from professionals that I've worked with has been fantastic." 20 October 2015 Videos facebook twitter linkedin youtube-play instagram flickr Main navigation Become a UN Volunteer Unified Conditions of Service Volunteer abroad Volunteer in your country Volunteer online Frequently Asked Questions Engage a UN Volunteer UN Partner Toolkit Request UN Volunteers United Nations partners UNV funding partners Sponsor UN Volunteers UNV and the private sector Volunteerism State of the World's Volunteerism Volunteerism and the Global Goals Knowledge Portal on Volunteerism Plan of Action 2016-2030 Our campaigns International Volunteer Day 2021 About UNV Who we are Our mission: Mobilize volunteers Our mission: Promote volunteerism Publications database Employment & internships Procurement information Scam alert Contact us Reports Annual Report 2020 Annual Report 2019 Annual Report 2018 Our legacy A short history of UNV UNV at 50 UNV alumni Regional offices Regional offices Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa My UNV Profile UNV eCampus This website benefits from the continuous support of Online Volunteers.
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Score: 867125.4 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/tags/zimbabwe
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Now those Sustainable Development Goals — from education to health, from rescuing the oceans to climate action — would be absolutely impossible to achieve without, I would say, “turbocharging” the world with the fantastic speed of cutting-edge technologies that can help us achieve our objectives. (...) And even the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is able to use these technologies in creating the conditions for refugees, with identification by biotechnologies, to be better supported and to be better protected. Now all these are fantastic things, but there are also challenges and there are also risks. 
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Score: 867125.4 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2018/sgsm19332.doc.htm
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Investing in adaptation-related projects in critical sectors such as agriculture can bring fantastic returns on investment in value addition and job creation. (...) Return on investment in case study countries showed up to 420% better returns in gross value addition and up 250% better returns in job creation from investment in sectors such as renewable energy, climate smart agriculture and nature based eco-tourism than in fossil-fuel based sectors.  In renewable energy, African countries are both critical as opportunities for investment in access - with 24 out of 54 countries having less than half the population reliably connected to electricity - as well as essential actors in the value chain with many of the critical minerals essential for battery technology found on the continent.    (...) Case studies undertaken by ECA, which feature in the report show clearly that investing in adaptation-related projects associated with critical sectors such as agriculture can bring fantastic returns on investment in terms of both value addition throughout the economy and job creation.
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Score: 865766.5 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...last-best-chance-taking-chance
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