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What about those who have no gadgets? They have problems! The Ukrainian government promotes the idea of “State in smartphone” - an experimental project in the sphere of providing electronic administrative services. And there was developed “Dija” – the Ukrainian digital document mobile application and a public service portal. No gadgets, no skills… • The state is obliged to provide equal opportunities to all participants in the information space, and first of all to the most vulnerable citizens – to the elderly. (...) On the other hand … The dangers that may be faced What about those who have no gadgets? They have problems! No gadgets, no skills…
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Score: 1402057.4 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...n%203%20Galina%20Poliakova.pdf
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But still, at this very moment, given the “intelligent technological mobility” we all are involved, more is available to communicate, connect and be informed on real time: mobile –smart phones, high- tech gadgets are part of our personal asset, and their interactions within the driving task, even though well evident, has yet not been tackled, leaving a dangerous gap in traffic legislation. 1 In accordance with the programme of work of the Inland Transport Committee for 2012–2013 (ECE/TRANS/2012/9, cluster C, page 9) the Working Party on Road Traffic Safety (WP.1) examines matters and adopts measures aimed at improving Road Traffic Safety. (...) Thus, in consideration that available technological innovative tools and gadgets are already part of the driving asset, the UN Resolution setting the DECADE OF ACTION, 64/255.
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Score: 1351640.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=ECE/TRANS/WP.1/2012/6&Lang=E
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It is therefore important to consider financing mechanisms to digital infrastructure, access and use that will not drive the digital services out of reach of the unserved and underserved sections of the society:  Infrastructure sharing reduces the cost of service provision;  Grants from donors;  Loans with concessionary interest rates;  Provision of guarantees by the government;  collaboration between different sectors;  Public private partnerships;  Universal Service Fund programmes  Release of some spectrum on affordable terms or at no cost  Devices and services should be available and affordable  Reduce taxes on ICT gadgets in order to make them affordable.  Balance operator viability with affordability of the services to consumers so that consumers are able to access and use the digital infrastructure and services.  Universal Service Fund Programmes Policies should promote digital literacy and skills development; The ICT literacy drive should cover all sectors of the economy, starting with the education sector at primary level as well as the rural community. (...) The Universal Service Fund also donated computers and other ICT gadgets to schools as well as internet broadband in order to facilitate e-learning. (...) Computers, other ICT gadgets and specialised software was availed to schools and homes that house people living with disabilities in order to ensure access and use of digital infrastructure.  Release of some spectrum on affordable terms or at no cost.
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Score: 1253982.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...ibution_06_POTRAZ-Zimbabwe.pdf
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Gadget playing and TV watching habits in children aged 2-5: antecedents and effects/outcomes | UNICEF Georgia Skip to main content Georgia Toggle navigation English ქართული Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Georgia EXPLORE UNICEF About Us Our Mandate The Convention on the Rights of the Child UNICEF Newsletter Sustainable Development Goals Multiple Cluster Survey (MICS) Partnerships and Ambassadors Contact us Press Centre Donate Main navigation What we do Publications and Reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report Gadget playing and TV watching habits in children aged 2-5: antecedents and effects/outcomes What factors lead to the frequent use of technology by children aged 2–5 years?
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Score: 1237818.1 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia...ntecedents-and-effectsoutcomes
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STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
The Institute has conducted several awareness-raising campaigns on solar electrification, solar cooking and solar energy for daily living. Solar electrical gadgets are being promoted by the Institute in its “go green” campaign.
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NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMMES OF ACTION : UNITED NATIONS WORLD FOOD CONFERENCE, ROME, 5-16 NOVEMBER 1974 / DECLARATION BY THE INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
To solve this host of serious problems we must look to the advent of a society which, aiming at the betterment of the incU.vidual in his essential values, may succeed in prevailing over the societies of affluence, or "gadget civiliza- tion'l.
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Score: 1192411.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=E/CONF.65/NGO/14&Lang=E
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“I became so interested in technology that I opened up any gadget I found,” recalls Ngawang. But with school and examinations and home, Ngawang says he was was unable to give much time to technology. (...) Ngawang returned home empowered. “I created more gadgets, practiced the work we did during the training such as coding for traffic lights and robotics,” he says.
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Score: 1188859.2 - https://www.unicef.org/bhutan/stories/pi-top-champion
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STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY WOMEN'S BOARD EDUCATIONAL COOPERATION SOCIETY
We hear that parents and other educators can make use of e-filters in their homes and schools and on children’s gadgets as a preventive measure. But the question is: why should the installation of filters to neutralize harmful material be needed?
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Score: 1156044.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=E/CN.6/2014/NGO/155&Lang=E
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The winners of the photo contest received soil related gadgets and a FAO certificate. In addition, their photo were published in FAO website and used for the first ever published Black Soils’ Flickr photogallery together with an article featuring the winning pictures in the framework of  World Soil Day.   (...) The winners will receive soil related gadgets and an FAO certificate. In addition, their photos will be published on the FAO website and used for the first ever published Black Soils’ photo calendar, together with an article featuring the winning pictures in the framework of the World Soil Day.
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Score: 1143626 - https://www.fao.org/world-soil...7/activities/photo-contest/zh/
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The winners of the photo contest received soil related gadgets and a FAO certificate. In addition, their photo were published in FAO website and used for the first ever published Black Soils’ Flickr photogallery together with an article featuring the winning pictures in the framework of  World Soil Day.   (...) The winners will receive soil related gadgets and an FAO certificate. In addition, their photos will be published on the FAO website and used for the first ever published Black Soils’ photo calendar, together with an article featuring the winning pictures in the framework of the World Soil Day.
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Score: 1143626 - https://www.fao.org/world-soil...7/activities/photo-contest/fr/
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