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I would therefore be grateful if each recipient could reply to the attached questionnaire.
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Score: 1055268 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud...GP_1998-2002/circular/ca10.pdf
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Partners FAO worked closely with various partners to carry out the project, including: the ministries of the recipient countries; the national seed services; non-governmental organizations; producers organizations; and other partners. FAO is grateful for the financial support provided by the Government of the Kingdom of Spain.
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Score: 1055268 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...s/regional/gcp-raf-453-spa/ar/
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Partners FAO worked closely with various partners to carry out the project, including: the ministries of the recipient countries; the national seed services; non-governmental organizations; producers organizations; and other partners. FAO is grateful for the financial support provided by the Government of the Kingdom of Spain.
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Score: 1055268 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...s/regional/gcp-raf-453-spa/ru/
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page Harry Belafonte UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador since 1987 < Back to Goodwill Ambassadors UNICEF/UNI27110/Furrer "I didn’t anticipate that serving as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador would have such remarkable rewards. I am deeply grateful to UNICEF for giving me the opportunity to serve for so long." (...) He later organized the multi-artist recording “We Are the World,” which won the 1985 Grammy Award for Record of the Year and raised millions of dollars for emergency assistance in Africa. Harry is the recipient of numerous honours. In 1994, he received the National Medal of the Arts from US President Bill Clinton.
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Score: 1055268 - https://www.unicef.org/goodwill-ambassadors/harry-belafonte
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This generous funding will be used to finance programming in five districts in Niassa and will reach over 200,000 people, aged from 0 to 60 years, well over half of whom will be children. It will enable recipients to have their births officially registered and for them to receive birth certificates. (...) UNICEF is continuously to grateful to Norway for its generous support to realize the rights embodied in the CRC, and the rights of every child, both here in Mozambique and across the globe.
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Score: 1055268 - https://www.unicef.org/mozambi...-registration-programme-niassa
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WHO welcomes the announcement that the Government of Japan is awarding the first Hideyo Noguchi Africa Prize for service to global public health. The two recipients of the prize are Brian Greenwood, Professor of Clinical Tropical Medicine at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and distinguished innovator in malaria research; and Miriam K. (...) "We have always been grateful for this work, and now we are pleased that these people have been recognized," said Dr Luis G.
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Score: 1055268 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...s-for-service-to-public-health
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WHO's strategy for blood safety and availability addresses five key areas: the establishment of well-organized, nationally-coordinated blood transfusion services to ensure timely availability of safe blood and blood products; the collection of blood from voluntary unpaid blood donors from low-risk populations; quality-assured testing for transfusion-transmitted infections, blood grouping and compatibility testing; the safe and appropriate use of blood and a reduction in unnecessary transfusions; and quality systems covering the entire transfusion process, from donor recruitment to the follow-up with transfusion recipients. "Despite the advancements in science, artificially synthesizing blood remains impossible," said Dr Shin. "We are grateful for all those who make blood donation a regular part of their lives, and we urge many others to do the same.
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Score: 1055268 - https://www.who.int/republicof...eryone-to-regularly-give-blood
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WHO's strategy for blood safety and availability addresses five key areas: the establishment of well-organized, nationally-coordinated blood transfusion services to ensure timely availability of safe blood and blood products; the collection of blood from voluntary unpaid blood donors from low-risk populations; quality-assured testing for transfusion-transmitted infections, blood grouping and compatibility testing; the safe and appropriate use of blood and a reduction in unnecessary transfusions; and quality systems covering the entire transfusion process, from donor recruitment to the follow-up with transfusion recipients. "Despite the advancements in science, artificially synthesizing blood remains impossible," said Dr Shin. "We are grateful for all those who make blood donation a regular part of their lives, and we urge many others to do the same.
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Score: 1055268 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...eryone-to-regularly-give-blood
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WHO's strategy for blood safety and availability addresses five key areas: the establishment of well-organized, nationally-coordinated blood transfusion services to ensure timely availability of safe blood and blood products; the collection of blood from voluntary unpaid blood donors from low-risk populations; quality-assured testing for transfusion-transmitted infections, blood grouping and compatibility testing; the safe and appropriate use of blood and a reduction in unnecessary transfusions; and quality systems covering the entire transfusion process, from donor recruitment to the follow-up with transfusion recipients. "Despite the advancements in science, artificially synthesizing blood remains impossible," said Dr Shin. "We are grateful for all those who make blood donation a regular part of their lives, and we urge many others to do the same.
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Score: 1055268 - https://www.who.int/laos/news/...eryone-to-regularly-give-blood
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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: 1037383.4 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/content/profiles/gilles-michaud
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