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The objective for the Pacific Island sub-region is to provide capacity building support based entirely on what the recipient country have identified as their urgent needs. (...) We will continue collaborating with you and will always appreciate your supports for any activities underway and what yet to come. We are also grateful to others such as the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), SOPAC, and The World Bank for their cooperation with ITU.
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Score: 1123262.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/proj...h%20by%20Dr%20Eun-Ju%20Kim.pdf
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CIVIL SERVICE ELIGIBILITIES :  PASSED THE SUBPROFESSIONAL & PROFESSIONAL CAREER SERVICE  PASSED THE PROFESSIONAL BOARD FOR TEACHERS MEMBERSHIP AFFILIATION :  KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS OF BAGUIO, COUNCIL 11802 – (PAST GRAND KNIGHT & CHANCELLOR)  A RANKING MEMBER OF THE GUARDIANS BROTHERHOOD (BAYANG PINO CHAPTER)  MEMBER OF VARIOUS BARANGAY AND CHURCH BASED MULTI PURPOSE COOPERATIVES  FORMER MEMBER OF LIGA NG MGA BARANGAY BAGUIO CITY CHAPTER, CAR & NATIONAL  PHILIPPINE COUNCILORS LEAGUE MEMBER SOME AWARDS/CITATIONS RECEIVED :  THREE TIMES RECIPIENT OF THE “TEN MOST OUTSTANDING PUNONG BARANGAYS OF BAGUIO CITY” AWARDED BY THE ROTARY CLUB OF METRO BAGUIO (Year 2002, 2003 and the latest for year 2007)  GIVEN A CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION AS ONE OF THE FIVE MOST OUTSTANDING BARLIG RESIDENTS OF BAGUIO FOR SHOWING THE WAY TO PUBLIC SERVICE BY BEING A BARANGAY CAPTAIN IN THE CITY OF BAGUIO–AWARDED BY THE BARLIG COMMUNITY IN BAGUIO CITY & ITS SUBURBS DURING ONE OF THE ANNUAL BARLIG FAMILY REUNIONS.  ADOPTED SON OF THE LIGA NG MGA BARANGAY, MANILA CHAPTER, THRU ITS BOARD RESOLUTION NO. 10, SERIES OF 2009, SIGNED BY MANILA LIGA PRES. (...) LACUNA & ALL ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS - “IN GRATEFUL RECOGNITION OF HIS INVALUABLE SUPPORT AND UNTIRING ASSISTANCE TO THE SUCCESFUL CONDUCT OF THE VARIOUS SEMINAR-WORKSHOP FOR BARANGAY OFFICIALS OF MANILA DONE AT VENUS PARKVIEW HOTEL, BAGUIO CITY” THE RESOLUTION READ.  AWARDEE - OUTSTANDING ACHIEVER AS OVERSEAS FILIPINO WORKER (OFW) RETURNEE 2008 GIVEN BY DOLE & OWWA  INITIATED THE FIRST EVER SISTERHOOD BARANGAY RELATIONSHIP FOR THE CITY OF BAGUIO - BETWEEN THE LIGA NG MGA BARANGAY, SAN JUAN CITY CHAPTER AND THE LIGA NG MGA BARANGAY, BAGUIO CITY CHAPTER
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Score: 1123262.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...20Bio/Joel%20Alangsab%20CV.pdf
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He will succeed Peter Drennan of Australia, to whom the Secretary-General is grateful for his commitment and dedicated service to the Organization.   (...) He is also a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School Executive Program in National and International Security and McGill University’s Executive Development Program.  Mr. Michaud is a recipient of numerous awards, including the Governor General’s medal for academic achievements, the Queen’s Jubilee and RCMP Long Service medals. 
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Score: 1123262.7 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/conte...eneral-for-safety-and-security
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She will succeed Marta Santos Pais of Portugal, to whom the Secretary-General is deeply grateful for her leadership and dedicated commitment during her tenure as the first Special Representative on Violence Against Children.   (...) M’jid holds a Doctorate in general medicine from the University of Rabat, a specialization in paediatrics and neonatology from the University of Bordeaux II and a Master’s of Human Rights from the Human Rights Institute, Geneva.  She is the recipient of numerous awards and honours for her strong commitment to protecting the rights of the child.
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Score: 1123262.7 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/conte...eral-violence-against-children
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Annex VI of MARPOL covers the prevention of air pollution from ships, while Annex IV is on the prevention of pollution by sewage from ships. 3 We would be grateful if our comment can be conveyed to the Group of Experts. 4 Thank you. (...) If you are not the intended recipient, please nofy the sender and delete it immediately.
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Score: 1105303.9 - https://www.un.org/regularproc...larprocess/files/singapore.pdf
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Today we recognize the outstanding contributions of three individuals and one organization chosen as the recipients of the 2018 United Nations Human Rights Prize given every five years since 1968.    (...) The international community is grateful for your efforts to promote all human rights for all people.   
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Score: 1105303.9 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/conte...prize-award-ceremony-delivered
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To strengthen the nutritional impact of its CBTs, WFP together with OXFAM, UNICEF and local NGO Ard El-Insan run a nutrition awareness sessions aimed at 5,700 voucher recipients, including 3,200 women, 1,500 men and 1,000 primary school kids in Gaza. (...) Through the voucher platform, the number of people receiving CBTs has increased from the project's initial 50,000 recipients in 2009, to close to 190,000 in late 2016. (...) It is also in keeping with WFP' s objective of supporting the National Social Safety Nets and the local economy. •  To further strengthen the impact of CBTs on the assisted people, in early 2017 WFP will be scaling-up early 2017 its family nutrition education to reach 5,700 recipients of CBTs in Gaza, including 3,200 women, 1,500 men and 1,000 primary school children.
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Score: 1102024.2 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-195264/
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Five years since the adoption of the POA, we have gathered here to review and take stock of what we have achieved so far and to adopt an outcome document further committing ourselves to ensure that small arms and light weapons do not end up in the hands of unauthorized recipients, in particular terrorists and criminals . (...) We share the view that authorizations for arms transfers need to be streamlined and effective systems for end-user certification should be in place to prevent legal transfers from ending up in the hands of unauthorized recipients, such as terrorists and criminals. In this context, international and regional cooperation with regard to the interdiction of shipments carrying illicit conventional weapons needs to be further strengthened through effective border and customs control and information sharing among law enforcement authorities . (...) Sri Lanka has already benefited from international assistance, in particular in connection with the establishment of the National Commission and capacity building of relevant government officials and civil society actors . We are grateful for the technical and financial assistance received from the UN Department of Disarmament Affairs, UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs and Saferworld.
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Score: 1101136.9 - https://www.un.org/events/smal...2006/pdf/arms060626Sri-eng.pdf
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In 2021, UNICEF delivered 8,307 midwifery kits worldwide. The top five recipient countries were: South Sudan, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, Mongolia and Tanzania.   (...) “With equipment provided by UNICEF, I am very grateful that I have not been referred to a distant hospital and I safely gave birth here. (...) In 2021, UNICEF delivered 1,689 obstetric kits. The top five recipient countries were: Venezuela, Somalia, Sudan, Liberia and South Sudan. 
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Score: 1101136.9 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...g-safe-childbirth-around-world
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He will succeed Peter Drennan of Australia, to whom the Secretary-General is grateful for his commitment and dedicated service to the Organization.   (...) He is also a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School Executive Program in National and International Security and McGill University’s Executive Development Program.  Mr. Michaud is a recipient of numerous awards, including the Governor General’s medal for academic achievements, the Queen’s Jubilee and RCMP Long Service medals. 
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Score: 1038115.2 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/content/profiles/gilles-michaud
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