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In South-East Asia, 65 million people live without electricity, ninety-five per cent of them in four countries – Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar and the Philippines. (...) An innovative photovoltaic film to aid education in Togo On 21 February 2019, a cargo ship left the port of Saint-Nazaire, France. On board: sixty-five kits, which included portable rechargeable LED lamps and solar chargers in the form of pouches. (...) Its target audience: 212 students from Agou Akplolo, a non-electrified village north of Lomé, Togo. Only thirty-five per cent of the 7.7 million inhabitants in this sub-Saharan country have access to electricity.
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Score: 994992.5 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/2019-2/lighting-world
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The event was attended by more than a hundred leaders and representatives from private-sector companies such as Intel, Novartis, Merck, Johnson & Johnson, Cisco, Nestle, Fortis Healthcare, KPMG, Omnicom Group, Siemens, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, McKinsey, Accenture, FTI Consulting, and Nike. (...) Corporate commitments and strategies In September 2010, Johnson & Johnson made a commitment to reach 120 million women and children in low-income countries over the span of five years, through avenues including grants, medicine donations, and research and development. (...) Several companies such as Intel, Siemens, Novartis, PwC and Fortis, which are already committed to improving maternal and child health, are currently looking into new innovations and technologies that would expand the reach of healthcare, improve access, and ultimately help countries achieve the MDGs for women and children.
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Score: 993373 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...20110128_gswch_event_davos/en/
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Activities consist of training, workshops, assistance and flight procedures design. 2.7 Representatives from forty-two (42) African States, AFPP members and non-members, participated in workshops and training sessions conducted by the AFPP since June 2014. (...) These workshops were held in Cameroon, Kenya, Niger, Senegal and Tanzania. 2.8 Twenty-five (25) experts from thirteen (13) African States and Organizations were trained as PANS-OPS flight procedure designers for conventional and PBN flight procedures, and OJT sessions were conducted for five of them from four (4) different African States. (...) Dedicated assistance was also provided to seven (7) African States for implementing flight procedures (conventional and PBN) in accordance with the ICAO Quality Assurance process for flight procedures implementation. 2.10 The AFPP flight procedures designers developed flight procedures design projects for implementing thirty-five (35) conventional and forty-seven (47) PBN procedures at sixteen (16) airports in five (5) different African States. 2.11 Facilitation of workshops and training courses was provided by experts from the AFPP, ICAO HQ, ASECNA, ENAC and DGAC (France), Kenya CAA and EASA, Nairobi and AIRBUS. -3- AFI Plan-SC/19/2017-DP/05 2.12 The 2017 AFPP Work Programme includes PANS-OPS flight procedure design initial course and possible OJT sessions, PBN OPS Approval training course, PANS-OPS flight procedure course for Flight Procedures Oversight Services, dedicated assistance for the ICAO Quality Assurance process for flight procedures implementation and for development, and finalization of the National PBN Implementation Plans.
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Score: 990930.3 - https://www.icao.int/safety/af...0Committee/DP%2005%20Final.pdf
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Provisional agenda for the forty-fifth session of the Commission. 8. Adoption of the report of the Commission on its forty-fourth session. (...) The officers elected will serve during the forty-fourth and forty-fifth sessions. The membership of the Commission in 2000 is given in annex II below. 2. (...) In its agreed conclusions 1997/2 on mainstreaming the gender perspective into all policies and programmes in the United Nations system, the Council highlighted the importance of undertaking immediate and concrete steps to mainstream a gender perspective, including implementation of the recommendations contained in the agreed conclusions, as a matter of urgency and at the latest by the time of the five-year review of the Beijing Platform for Action in 2000.
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Score: 990631.5 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/44agenda.htm
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By the concise, four-paragraph text on the Women’s Anti-Discrimination Convention, the Assembly would welcome the Secretary-General’s report on the status of that international treaty, as well as the report of the Committee overseeing the Convention’s implementation on its forty-fourth and forty-fifth, and forty-sixth to forty-eighth sessions. (...) The representative of Cuba , on behalf of the Non-Aligned Movement, then introduced five texts.  On the text concerning enhancement of international cooperation in the field of human rights (document A/C.3/66/L.32), she said it was introduced annually, and its purpose was to acknowledge cooperation in the field of human rights was needed to enhance the Organization’s promotion of human rights. (...) The Committee then turned to a draft resolution on the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (document A/C.3/66/L.21), which was introduced by Sweden ’s representative on behalf of the five Nordic countries and the co-sponsors.  She noted that the text had always enjoyed wide co-sponsorship and consensual adoption. 
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Score: 990365.5 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2011/gashc4026.doc.htm
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We support bilateral programmes on HIV in more than forty countries as well as the Global Fund and multilateral organisations such as UNAIDS. (...) Every investment in health is an investment in the future and we need strong health systems in order to reach the Millennium Development Goals. Forty-one percent of all new HIV infections occur in the age-group of under twenty-five – sixty-three percent of these young infected are girls 4 and young women.
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Score: 983617.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/aidsmeeting2011/pdf/germany.pdf
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UNICEF/UN0591839/Bhardwaj Forty-five-year-old Basant Lal interacts with her daughter Priya,21, outside their house in Bhagesar in Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh. (...) Basant Lal UNICEF/UN0591870/Bhardwaj Forty-five-year old Basant Lal and Priya, 21 interact with a woman to create awareness on Menstrual Hygiene Management in Bhagesar in Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh.
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Score: 982057.7 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/st...versations-around-menstruation
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It may be recalled that in 1988, the Commission on the Status of Women established a comprehensive five-yearly reporting system for the review and appraisal of the implementation of the Nairobi Forward-looking Strategies for the Advancement of Women. The first such review was conducted in 1990, five years after the Strategies had been adopted and at the end of the United Nations Decade for Women (1976-1985). (...) Other sources of information and analysis 1. Preparations for five -year reviews of other conferences (a) World Summit for Social Development 24.
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Score: 981187 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/initiation.htm
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In paragraph 6  of its 1993 report, 2 / the Preparatory Committee noted that "a suitable climax to the fiftieth anniversary would need to be identified, which should have universal importance, be enduring in its effect and have a suitable symbolic value".  During five of its meetings in 1994, the Committee considered the practical modalities for implementing this organizing principle. (...) The Committee was further informed that such partnerships were evolving in five projects.  In addition, the united Nations field network and the regional commissions had been mobilized towards the commemorative effort. 28.   (...) Forty-seventh Session. Supplement No. 48  (A/47/48). 2 /    Ibid., Fortv-eiahth Session.
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Score: 980220.6 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-187989/
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When considering the organization of work, it should be kept in mind that the budget for the Conference in the programme and budgets, 2020–2021, provides only for a total of five working days, comprising plenary, General Committee, Credentials Committee, Main Committee and regional group meetings. (...) At its forty -eighth and forty-ninth sessions, the Board considered documents IDB.48/17 and IDB.49/18. (...) In the programme and budgets proposals of the Director General for 2022–2023, provisions have been made to hold the twentieth session of the General Conference for the duration of five working days. The dates of 27 November to 1 December 2023 have been scheduled tentatively for the twentieth session of the Conference in Vienna.
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Score: 978871.5 - https://www.unido.org/api/open...d/23423163/unido-file-23423163
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