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Liberia, Mexico, Niger, Senegal and Sierra Leone to tackle barriers to the deployment of women in peace operations with the support of the UN Elsie Initiative Fund  PRESS RELEASE 28 APRIL 2021 MEDIA ENQUIRIES media.team@unwomen.org Liberia, Mexico, Niger, Senegal and Sierra Leone to tackle barriers to the deployment of women in peace operations with the support of the UN Elsie Initiative Fund [New York] — The Elsie Initiative Fund, a UN Trust Fund, announced today the first five countries – Liberia, Mexico, [...] The post Liberia, Mexico, Niger, Senegal and Sierra Leone to tackle barriers to the deployment of women in peace operations with the support of the UN Elsie Initiative Fund  appeared first on United Nations Sustainable Development.
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Least Developed Country Category: Haiti Profile | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Department of Economic and Social Affairs Economic Analysis Search UN DESA Home About Us Office of the Director Global Economic Monitoring Branch Development Research Branch Development Policy Branch Secretariat of the Committee for Development Policy Our Work Global Macroeconomic Prospects Development Research Committee for Development Policy Least Developed Countries (LDCs) Capacity Development Assistance Resources Reports Papers Presentations Toolkits Data News & Events Contact Us Home About Us Office of the Director Global Economic Monitoring Branch Development Research Branch Development Policy Branch Secretariat of the Committee for Development Policy Our Work Global Macroeconomic Prospects Development Research Committee for Development Policy Least Developed Countries (LDCs) Capacity Development Assistance Resources Reports Papers Presentations Toolkits Data News & Events Contact Us Home Least Developed Country Category: Haiti Profile Least Developed Country Category: Haiti Profile * Data from the 2021 triennial review Haiti Snapshot in PDF LDC status Inclusion: 1971 Reports and resolutions Inclusion CDP report: 1971 GA resolution: A/RES/2768(XXVI) Gross national income (GNI) per capita* Value: $ 789 Thresholds Inclusion: $ 1,018 Graduation: $ 1,222 Income-only graduation: $ 2,444 Human assets index (HAI)* Index: 66.2 Thresholds Inclusion: 60 or below Graduation: 66 or above HAI indicators Under-five mortality rate Gross secondary school enrolment ratio Value: 62.8 Value: 61.0 Index: 68.0 Index: 56.7 Source: UN IAG for Child Mortality Estimation Source: Haiti MENFP Prevalence of stunting Adult literacy rate Value: 20.7 Value: 61.7 Index: 63.5 Index: 48.9 Source: UNICEF/WHO/World Bank Joint Child Malnutrition Estimates Source: UNESCO Maternal Mortality Rate Gender parity index for gross secondary school enrolment Value: 480 Value: 1.01 Index: 60.3 Index: 100.0 Source: UN IAG for Maternal Mortality Source: CDP Economic and environmental vulnerability index (EVI)* Index: 33.5 Thresholds Inclusion: 36 or above Graduation: 32 or below EVI indicators Share of agriculture, forestry and fishing in GDP Share of population in low elevated coastal zones Value: 19.0 Value: 4.1 Index: 30.6 Index: 11.6 Source: UN/DESA, Statistics Division Source: CIESIN Remoteness and landlockedness Share of population living in drylands Value: 53.6 Value: 8.0 Index: 54.6 Index: 8.0 Source: CDP Source: CDP Merchandise export concentration Instability of agricultural production Value: 0.51 Value: 3.8 Index: 48.4 Index: 12.5 Source: UNCTAD Source: FAO Instability of exports of goods and services Victims of disasters Value: 4.7 Value: 6.03 Index: 9.3 Index: 93.3 Source: UN/DESA, Statistics Division Source: EM-DAT Subscribe to DESAVoice Subscribe to UNDESA Voice Fill in the fields and click Sign me up or hit Enter to submit your subscription Name Email Country Sign me up!
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Score: 144494.31 - https://www.un.org/development...ed-country-category-haiti.html
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These would be guarantees by the five nuclear-weapon States recognized by Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) not to use or threaten to use nuclear weapons against states that have formally renounced them. (...) NSA Declarations In April 1995, the five NPT nuclear-weapon states provided pledges on NSAs to non- nuclear-weapon States parties of the NPT. (...) Today, 115 states belong to five regional nuclear-weapon-free zones (NWFZ). Four regional treaties exclude the deployment or possession of nuclear weapons in virtually all the Southern Hemisphere.
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Score: 398918 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...and-NSA-Fact-Sheet-Jul2017.pdf
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Vesna Blazhevska 2020-09-17T10:47:53-04:00 17 Sep 2020 | Press material | Leading experts chosen to drive five priority areas for UN Food Systems Summit September 16, 2020, New York – Today the United [...] Vesna Blazhevska 2020-09-15T13:42:11-04:00 15 Sep 2020 | Goal 15: Life on Land , Press material | Five priority areas for action revealed as part of UN Food Systems Summit engagement process  Five priority areas for action revealed as part of [...]
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Score: 330824.3 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...uthor/vesna-blazhevska/page/2/
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For more information: www.un.org/disarmament Outer Space Facts  The number of States parties to the five United Nations treaties governing the peaceful use of outer space are as follows: Outer Space Treaty: 105 Rescue Agreement: 95 Liability Convention: 94 Registration Convention: 63 Moon Agreement: 17  More than 60 States and inter- governmental organizations presently operate, either independently or jointly, satellites or other assets in outer space.  Thirteen States and inter- governmental organizations have independently launched objects into outer space.  Three States are known to have tested anti-satellite weapons.
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Score: 270056.08 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...r-Space-Fact-Sheet-Jul2017.pdf
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They shall be eligible for re-election if renominated. The term of five of the members elected at the first election shall expire at the end of two years; immediately after the first election, the names of these five members shall be chosen by lot by the Chairman of the meeting. 7. (...) States Parties undertake to submit to the Committee, through the Secretary-General of the United Nations, reports on the measures they have adopted which give effect to the rights recognized herein and on the progress made on the enjoyment of those rights (a) Within two years of the entry into force of the Convention for the State Party concerned; (b) Thereafter every five years. 2. Reports made under the present article shall indicate factors and difficulties, if any, affecting the degree of fulfilment of the obligations under the present Convention.
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Score: 196413.18 - https://www.un.org/en/genocide...atrocity-crimes/Doc.20_crc.pdf
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Least Developed Country Category: United Republic of Tanzania Profile | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Department of Economic and Social Affairs Economic Analysis Search UN DESA Home About Us Office of the Director Global Economic Monitoring Branch Development Research Branch Development Policy Branch Secretariat of the Committee for Development Policy Our Work Global Macroeconomic Prospects Development Research Committee for Development Policy Least Developed Countries (LDCs) Capacity Development Assistance Resources Reports Papers Presentations Toolkits Data News & Events Contact Us Home About Us Office of the Director Global Economic Monitoring Branch Development Research Branch Development Policy Branch Secretariat of the Committee for Development Policy Our Work Global Macroeconomic Prospects Development Research Committee for Development Policy Least Developed Countries (LDCs) Capacity Development Assistance Resources Reports Papers Presentations Toolkits Data News & Events Contact Us Home Least Developed Country Category: United Republic of Tanzania Profile Least Developed Country Category: United Republic of Tanzania Profile * Data from the 2021 triennial review United Republic of Tanzania Snapshot in PDF LDC status Inclusion: 1971 Reports and resolutions Inclusion CDP report: 1971 GA resolution: A/RES/2768(XXVI) Gross national income (GNI) per capita* Value: $ 1,031 Thresholds Inclusion: $ 1,018 Graduation: $ 1,222 Income-only graduation: $ 2,444 Human assets index (HAI)* Index: 61.1 Thresholds Inclusion: 60 or below Graduation: 66 or above HAI indicators Under-five mortality rate Gross secondary school enrolment ratio Value: 50.3 Value: 32.0 Index: 75.6 Index: 24.5 Source: UN IAG for Child Mortality Estimation Source: UNESCO Prevalence of stunting Adult literacy rate Value: 32.8 Value: 77.9 Index: 39.3 Index: 70.5 Source: UNICEF/WHO/World Bank Joint Child Malnutrition Estimates Source: UNESCO Maternal Mortality Rate Gender parity index for gross secondary school enrolment Value: 524 Value: 1.08 Index: 56.6 Index: 100.0 Source: UN IAG for Maternal Mortality Source: UNESCO Economic and environmental vulnerability index (EVI)* Index: 34.7 Thresholds Inclusion: 36 or above Graduation: 32 or below EVI indicators Share of agriculture, forestry and fishing in GDP Share of population in low elevated coastal zones Value: 30.0 Value: 0.4 Index: 49.1 Index: 1.1 Source: UN/DESA, Statistics Division Source: CIESIN Remoteness and landlockedness Share of population living in drylands Value: 60.4 Value: 31.7 Index: 63.0 Index: 31.7 Source: CDP Source: CDP Merchandise export concentration Instability of agricultural production Value: 0.29 Value: 8.1 Index: 22.6 Index: 35.4 Source: UNCTAD Source: FAO Instability of exports of goods and services Victims of disasters Value: 2.0 Value: 1.10 Index: 4.0 Index: 70.9 Source: UN/DESA, Statistics Division Source: EM-DAT LDC News 2022 CDP Report, ECOSOC and GA Resolutions 20 April 2022 Least Developed Countries take center stage 17 March 2022 2022 Monitoring Reports 28 February 2022 International Support Measures Subscribe to DESAVoice Subscribe to UNDESA Voice Fill in the fields and click Sign me up or hit Enter to submit your subscription Name Email Country Sign me up!
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Score: 144494.31 - https://www.un.org/development...ited-republic-of-tanzania.html
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English العربية 中文 Français Русский Español 支持恐怖主义受害者网站 首页 联合国行动 国际日 相关资源 政府支持 文件 新闻 活动 问我们的专家 地址目录 多媒体 关于我们 支持网站 联合国反恐怖主义办公室 反恐执行工作队 工作组 恐怖主义受害者的声音 缅怀死难者 联系我们 You are here 首页 VictimA - Victims of Terrorism: Voices of Women from Spain VictimA portrays the voices of five women victims spanning several decades of terrorist acts in Spain.
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Score: 278705.66 - https://www.un.org/victimsofterrorism/zh/node/5924
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UN Photo/Yuichiro Sasaki Background The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), particularly article VIII, paragraph 3, envisages a review of the operation of the Treaty every five years, a provision which was reaffirmed by the States parties at the 1995 NPT Review and Extension Conference and the 2000 NPT Review Conference . (...) Since its entry into force, the NPT has been the cornerstone of global nuclear non-proliferation regime. 191 States parties have joined the Treaty , including the five nuclear-weapon States, making the NPT the most widely adhered to multilateral disarmament agreement. (...) Accordingly, at the NPT Review and Extension Conference in May 1995, States parties to the Treaty agreed—without a vote—on the Treaty’s indefinite extension and decided that review conferences should continue to be held every five years. The NPT Review Process Conferences to review the operation of the Treaty have been held at five-year intervals since the Treaty went into effect in 1970.
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Score: 357899.54 - https://www.un.org/en/conferences/npt2020/background
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