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Score: 716698.4 - https://en.unesco.org/inclusiv...sabilities-indonesia/documents
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So, I promised her I would finish my studies. I am grateful but sometimes I feel sad because she has worked so hard for so long.” (...) “If I could have lived my life differently, I would have finished my studies and followed my dream. I really wanted to be an engineer or a teacher. If I had been able to finish my education, where would I be right now? I regret I couldn’t finish but I am still thankful that I could fish all those years and now, at 72, I can still go fishing.”
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Score: 714756.45 - https://www.unicef.org/eap/stories/reflections-life-sea
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A portion of the sculpture, forming an arc down one section of 2 sides and the end, has been routed and sanded smooth and recessed,  There are 12 courses of wood approximately 5" wide and 1 1/8" thick.  The routed and finished surface is 9/16" in thickness.  The construction of the sculpture includes a few visible mechanical fasteners and appears to have been primarily assembled using adhesive. The uppermost section of wood was attached with finishing nails, but these may be from a repair and not the original construction.
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Score: 712766.16 - https://www.un.org/ungifts/content/amaneciendo-verticalmente
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A portion of the sculpture, forming an arc down one section of 2 sides and the end, has been routed and sanded smooth and recessed,  There are 12 courses of wood approximately 5" wide and 1 1/8" thick.  The routed and finished surface is 9/16" in thickness.  The construction of the sculpture includes a few visible mechanical fasteners and appears to have been primarily assembled using adhesive. The uppermost section of wood was attached with finishing nails, but these may be from a repair and not the original construction.
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Score: 712766.16 - https://www.un.org/ungifts/node/3333
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The Group is pleased that the Committee has finished its work within the allocated time during this session. (...) The Group has full confidence in the commitment of all stakeholders towards delivering all necessary documents on time, to enable the Committee to finish its work within the prescribed time as well.
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Score: 712766.16 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...sing_Egypt%20(G77andChina).pdf
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Microsoft Word - PBNWorkProgramme.docx   AN I/W G /5 – W P/09REV  APPEN D IX E ANI/WG PBN TASK FORCE WORK PROGRAMME 2019‐2023 REVISION APRIL/ABRIL 2019      Task Name/ Tarea   Start/  Inicio   Finish  / Final   Deliverables/  Resultados   Follow‐up/  Seguimiento   Responsible/ Responsables  Observations/ Comments‐  Observaciones/ Comentarios   a) Assist  States/Territories with  the Implementation of   PBN   Airspace concept for  oceanic, continental  and terminal areas in of  NAM/CAR Regions in  accordance with the  ICAO PBN Manual Doc   9613 and  Doc 9992   APR  2019   DEC  2023   i) Update the regional  PBN Upper Airspace  concept with  implementation   activities for the period  2019‐2023   ICAO Regional Office  and ANI/WG PBN Task  Force   PBN  Taskforce, ICAO, States,   Territories, International   Organizations,    Reference Sub‐Project to Develop and  Implement a Performance‐Based  Navigation (PBN) Airspace Concept  Document for the CAR Region.   (...) orgs,  ANSPs and  NAM/CAR Civil  Aviation   Training Centres Group  (CATCG)   PBN TF to engage with Civil Aviation  Training Centers Group to promote the  development of PBN training programmes  for pilots and controllers     AN I/W G /5 – W P/09REV  ‐E2 ‐ Task Name/ Tarea   Start/  Inicio   Finish  / Final   Deliverables/  Resultados   Follow‐up/  Seguimiento   Responsible/ Responsables  Observations/ Comments‐  Observaciones/ Comentarios   c) Assist   States/Territories  and International  Organizations with   the   Implementation  of CDOs/CCOs     for   SIDs/STARS in  terminal areas  based on RNAV 1  or 2 and RNP1 or2  navigation  specification, as  required   APR  2019   DEC  2023   Implementation of  CDOs/CCOs in TMAs   States continue  implementation  of CDOs and CCOs   States, Territories, Int.  (...) Org  and  ANSPs in conjunction with the  ANI/WG PBN Task Force   Coordinate with the SAM Region Route  Optimization Process     AN I/W G /5 – W P/09REV  ‐E3 ‐ Task Name/ Tarea   Start/  Inicio   Finish  / Final   Deliverables/  Resultados   Follow‐up/  Seguimiento   Responsible/ Responsables  Observations/ Comments‐  Observaciones/ Comentarios   f) Assist with the  standardization of the  application of  longitudinal  separation across the   NAM/CAR/SAM regions.  
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Score: 712131.3 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...ANIWG/PBN/PBNWorkProgramme.pdf
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Fewer girls than boys finish primary school (74% compared to 86%), often for reasons relating to child marriage or early pregnancy. (...) Some of the things she covers include: The menstrual cycle and menstrual hygiene management at home and at school Early pregnancy Understanding your body and how to protect yourself How important it is for every girl and boy to finish school Today, all the girls have a better understanding of how to be prepared, even before the onset of their menstrual cycles and the beginning of their fertile years. (...) Mariam's own personal dream mirrors her commitment to girls' education and to starting a family only once she has finished school. "Before I get married and have a child," she says, "I’d like to finish my studies and graduate with a diploma."
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Score: 711814.26 - https://www.unicef.org/mali/en...ng-girls-school-no-matter-what
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Microsoft Word - RFPQS_Renovation-Contract-2_Attach2_Levels-of-Intervention_final.docx UNOG │Strategic Heritage Plan Renovation │ Historical Buildings RFPQS │ BLN Attachment 2 Page 1 of 5 Attachment 2—Levels of Intervention Renovation of the Historical Buildings (Buildings A, B, C, D and S) at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland UNOG │Strategic Heritage Plan Renovation │ Historical Buildings RFPQS │ BLN Attachment 2 Page 2 of 5 FACILITATING WORKS AND BUILDING WORKS 0 Facilitating Works 0.1 Toxic/hazardous/contaminated material removal Mainly asbestos removal in main plantroom 0.2 Major Demolition Works Not currently anticipated 0.3 Specialist Groundworks Not currently anticipated 0.4 Temporary Diversion Works Not currently anticipated 0.5 Extraordinary Site Investigation Works Not currently anticipated 1 Substructure 1.1 Substructure Cafeteria extension New room XII partition 2 Superstructure 2.1 Frame Cafeteria extension New room XII partition Press room 2.2 Upper Floors Cafeteria extension New room XII partition 2.3 Roof Cafeteria extension 2.4 Stairs and Ramps Limited 2.5 External Walls Cafeteria extension 2.6 Windows and External Doors Cafeteria extension Change and renovation across the buildings 2.7 Internal Walls and Partitions Across the buildings 2.8 Internal Doors Across the buildings Main concern with heritage aspect 3 Internal Finishes 3.1 Wall Finishes Across the buildings 3.2 Floor Finishes Across the buildings 3.3 Ceiling Finishes Across the buildings 4 Fittings, Furnishings and Equipment 4.1 Fittings, Furnishings and Equipment (Fixed) Across the buildings 4.1 Fittings, Furnishings and Equipment (Loose - New and Heritage) New furniture in new support nodes of office areas Heritage furniture across the buildings 4.1 Fittings, Furnishings and Equipment (Loose - Used Office Furniture) Used furniture across the offices 4.1 Signage Not currently anticipated 5 Services 5.1 Sanitary Installations Partial renovation of sanitary ware and fittings 5.2 Services Equipment Not applicable 5.3 Disposal Installations Local adaptation and upgrade 5.4 Water Installations Global upgrade 5.5 Heat Source New plant room 5.6 Space Heating and Air Conditioning Local upgrade and general cleaning 5.7 Ventilation Replacement of existing systems 5.8 Electrical Installations New cabling Partial new lighting Partial rearrangement of existing lighting Lighting automation upgrade New panelboards Upgrade of existing panelboards Cleaning of all obsolete systems New UPS New emergency lighting installation 5.9 Fuel Installations Not applicable 5.10 Lift and Conveyor Installations Upgrade of some equipment Change of some equipment 5.11.1 Fire and Lightning Protection Upgrade of existing system New in Cafeteria 5.11.2 Library fire extinction: water mist + oxyreduction +airtight New protection system in Library and Archive 5.12.1 Communication, Security and Control Systems New control center 5.12.2 Fire Detection and Alarm Installation Extension and upgrade of existing system 5.12.3 Clock Installation New infrastructure 5.12.4 Evacuation Installation Upgrade public address system 5.12.5 Structural Cabling Installation New and adaptation 5.12.6 Network Active Equipment Installation only – supply by UNOG 5.12.7 Audio Installation (building) Upgrade public address system 5.12.8 CCTV Upgrade CCTV installation UNOG │Strategic Heritage Plan Renovation │ Historical Buildings RFPQS │ BLN Attachment 2 Page 3 of 5 5.12.9 Access Control Upgrade access control installation 5.12.10 Disabled Call Systems New intercom system 5.12.11 Building Management and automatic Controls Installation Extension of existing system 5.12.12 AV Conference Systems New CMSI in most of the rooms New display system New robotic camera system New broadcast installation for Press Conf.
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Score: 711814.26 - https://www.ungeneva.org/sites...vels-of-Intervention_final.pdf
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Multisource (generic) finished pharmaceutical products (FPPs) not approved by Stringent Regulatory Au- thorities (SRAs); 2. (...) Where applicable this batch specific CoA may be required for non-finished medicinal products such as intermediates, bulk or partially packed products. (...) The content of this section should be read in conjunction with the Interagency Finished Pharmaceutical Product Questionnaire (IAFPPQ).
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Score: 710246.2 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...and%20nutrition%20products.pdf
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The free-zone enterprises shall not be encumbered by tariffs or other customs duties on the following inputs that are imported for the indispensable use by the free-zone enterprise, including : a) construction materials, including steel bars for the installation, expansion or building up of their physical structures ; b) machinery, equipment, accessories, machine and building accessories, and fitting spare parts for their assembly ; c) equipment for loading and unloading of goods, for the exclusive use of the enterprise and their production activity ; d) fuel and oil lubricator which shall be used to generate power and desalinated water, with the exception of gas. 2. the raw materials, and related materials, assembly, i. e. the manufacturing of finished or semi-finished goods used only in production, may be imported in a duty-free regime . 3. (...) No import license is required for the free-zone enterprise to import goods, finished goods and raw materials. They are not subject to quotas or limits on quantities. 2. (...) Equipment imported duty-free goods cannot be transferred from their approved place of location without a written Customs authorization for that purpose ; 2. Raw materials, finished goods, semi-finished goods, accessories and other imported duty-free goods, as well as the products manufactures by the enterprises, cannot be transferred from their approved place of location without a written Customs authorization, except in cases where the transfer operation comprises : a) export or re-export ; b) sale on the local market, following the provisions of the present law ; c) execution of the manufacturing process ; 10 d) destruction, in conformity with the regulations stipulated by the General Customs Director .
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Score: 709187.94 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/cpv_e/WTACCCPV7A1_LEG_6.pdf
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