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Pre-harvest conditions of food crops have direct impact on the nutritional and overall quality of harvested foods. Toxins accumulated in crops as a result of irrigation using water with high levels of salts like Chloride and Sodium manifest on leaves and fruits as burns and discolorations reducing expected yield and market value. (...) Investment by stakeholders and governments in knowledge and infrastructure in cold chain management, waste water recycling, advocacy and adoption of resistant crop varieties to harsh climate, pests and diseases will guarantee food availability and enhanced nutrition at all times.
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Score: 1159770.9 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/member/murasi-mulupi-murasi
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Pre-harvest conditions of food crops have direct impact on the nutritional and overall quality of harvested foods. Toxins accumulated in crops as a result of irrigation using water with high levels of salts like Chloride and Sodium manifest on leaves and fruits as burns and discolorations reducing expected yield and market value. (...) Investment by stakeholders and governments in knowledge and infrastructure in cold chain management, waste water recycling, advocacy and adoption of resistant crop varieties to harsh climate, pests and diseases will guarantee food availability and enhanced nutrition at all times.
Language:English
Score: 1159770.9 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/i...hp/member/murasi-mulupi-murasi
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Pre-harvest conditions of food crops have direct impact on the nutritional and overall quality of harvested foods. Toxins accumulated in crops as a result of irrigation using water with high levels of salts like Chloride and Sodium manifest on leaves and fruits as burns and discolorations reducing expected yield and market value. (...) Investment by stakeholders and governments in knowledge and infrastructure in cold chain management, waste water recycling, advocacy and adoption of resistant crop varieties to harsh climate, pests and diseases will guarantee food availability and enhanced nutrition at all times.
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Score: 1159770.9 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ru/member/murasi-mulupi-murasi
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Bacteriological (biological) and toxin weapons3 mean A type of weapon, the damaging effects of which are based on the properties of biological agents and toxins, to cause harm to human beings, animals or plants. (...) Biological defence programme and/or activities (against biological and toxin weapons)5 means Programme and/or activities designed to detect and/or assess the impact of any use of microbial or other biological agents or toxins for hostile purposes or in armed conflict, and/or to prevent, reduce and/or neutralize the impact of biological and toxin weapons on humans, animals or plants.] 5. (...) Further work needs to be done to ensure extraction of toxins is covered by the definition. 19. Aerobiology means The study of or work with aerosols of materials comprising biological agents and toxins or simulants in a facility or open air. [20.
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Score: 1158600.5 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...017/04/BWC_AHG_50_Part.II_.pdf
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The consequences of the deliberate release of biological agents or toxins by state or non-state actors could be dramatic. (...) The Biological Weapons Convention The Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) effectively prohibits the development, production, acquisition, transfer, stockpiling and use of biological and toxin weapons. It was the first multilateral disarmament treaty banning an entire category of weapons of mass destruction (WMD). (...) States Parties to the Biological Weapons Convention undertook “never in any circumstances to develop, produce, stockpile or otherwise acquire or retain: microbial or other biological agents, or toxins whatever their origin or method of production, of types and in quantities that have no justification for prophylactic, protective or other peaceful purposes; weapons, equipment or means of delivery designed to use such agents or toxins for hostile purposes or in armed conflict.”
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Score: 1157952 - https://www.un.org/disarmament/biological-weapons
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The consequences of the deliberate release of biological agents or toxins by state or non-state actors could be dramatic. (...) The Biological Weapons Convention The Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) effectively prohibits the development, production, acquisition, transfer, stockpiling and use of biological and toxin weapons. It was the first multilateral disarmament treaty banning an entire category of weapons of mass destruction (WMD). (...) States Parties to the Biological Weapons Convention undertook “never in any circumstances to develop, produce, stockpile or otherwise acquire or retain: microbial or other biological agents, or toxins whatever their origin or method of production, of types and in quantities that have no justification for prophylactic, protective or other peaceful purposes; weapons, equipment or means of delivery designed to use such agents or toxins for hostile purposes or in armed conflict.”
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Score: 1157952 - https://www.un.org/disarmament/biological-weapons/
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Key Documents – UNODA     Bienvenidos a las Naciones Unidas العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Language AREAS OF WORK Weapons of Mass Destruction Conventional Arms Regional Disarmament Transparency and Confidence-Building Other Disarmament Issues ABOUT UNODA About Strategy High Representative Organigram UNODA Structure Contact DISARMAMENT BODIES AND INSTITUTIONS Disarmament in the General Assembly Disarmament in the Security Council United Nations Disarmament Commission Conference on Disarmament Secretary General’s Advisory Board Fellowship Programme UNIDIR DATABASE AND RESEARCH TOOLS UNODA Documents Library First Committee and Resolutions Database Disarmament Treaties Military Expenditure The Global Reported Arms Trade UNIDIR’s Cyber Security Portal RESOURCES AND PUBLICATIONS Publications Updates UNODA Calendar Disarmament Education Fact Sheets on Disarmament Issues Proposal for Funding STATEMENTS AND PRESS RELEASES Secretary General’s Statements High Representative’s Statements Press Releases OFFICES AWAY FROM UNHQ Geneva, Switzerland Vienna, Austria Lima, Peru Lome, Togo Kathmandu, Nepal العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Key Documents Relating to the Secretary General’s Mechanism for Investigation of Alleged Use of Chemical and Biological Weapons General Assembly Resolution A/RES/42/37C (30 November 1987) requests the Secretary-General to carry out investigations in response to reports that may be brought to his attention by any Member State concerning the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons; requests the Secretary-General, with the assistance of qualified experts, to develop further technical guidelines and procedures; requests the Secretary-General to compile and maintain lists of qualified experts provided by Member States. Security Council Resolution 620 (26 August 1988) encourages the Secretary-General to carry out promptly investigations in response to allegations brought to his attention by any Member State concerning the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons; decides to consider immediately, taking into account the investigations of the Secretary-General, appropriate and effective measures in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, should there by any future use of chemical weapons in violation of international law. General Assembly Document A/44/561 Annex I (4 October 1989) contains recommendations by the group of qualified experts convened pursuant to General Assembly Resolution A/RES/42/37 C for guidelines and procedures for timely and efficient investigations of reports on the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons. Updated appendices to the technical guidelines and procedures General Assembly Resolution A/RES/45/57C (4 December 1990)   endorses the proposal for guidelines and procedures for investigations of reports on the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons contained in document A/44/561.
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Score: 1157538.3 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...l-mechanism-old/key_documents/
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Key Documents – UNODA     Bienvenue aux Nations Unies العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Language AREAS OF WORK Weapons of Mass Destruction Conventional Arms Regional Disarmament Transparency and Confidence-Building Other Disarmament Issues ABOUT UNODA About Strategy High Representative Organigram UNODA Structure Contact DISARMAMENT BODIES AND INSTITUTIONS Disarmament in the General Assembly Disarmament in the Security Council United Nations Disarmament Commission Conference on Disarmament Secretary General’s Advisory Board Fellowship Programme UNIDIR DATABASE AND RESEARCH TOOLS UNODA Documents Library First Committee and Resolutions Database Disarmament Treaties Military Expenditure The Global Reported Arms Trade UNIDIR’s Cyber Security Portal RESOURCES AND PUBLICATIONS Publications Updates UNODA Calendar Disarmament Education Fact Sheets on Disarmament Issues Proposal for Funding STATEMENTS AND PRESS RELEASES Secretary General’s Statements High Representative’s Statements Press Releases OFFICES AWAY FROM UNHQ Geneva, Switzerland Vienna, Austria Lima, Peru Lome, Togo Kathmandu, Nepal العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Key Documents Relating to the Secretary General’s Mechanism for Investigation of Alleged Use of Chemical and Biological Weapons General Assembly Resolution A/RES/42/37C (30 November 1987) requests the Secretary-General to carry out investigations in response to reports that may be brought to his attention by any Member State concerning the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons; requests the Secretary-General, with the assistance of qualified experts, to develop further technical guidelines and procedures; requests the Secretary-General to compile and maintain lists of qualified experts provided by Member States. Security Council Resolution 620 (26 August 1988) encourages the Secretary-General to carry out promptly investigations in response to allegations brought to his attention by any Member State concerning the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons; decides to consider immediately, taking into account the investigations of the Secretary-General, appropriate and effective measures in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, should there by any future use of chemical weapons in violation of international law. General Assembly Document A/44/561 Annex I (4 October 1989) contains recommendations by the group of qualified experts convened pursuant to General Assembly Resolution A/RES/42/37 C for guidelines and procedures for timely and efficient investigations of reports on the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons. Updated appendices to the technical guidelines and procedures General Assembly Resolution A/RES/45/57C (4 December 1990)   endorses the proposal for guidelines and procedures for investigations of reports on the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons contained in document A/44/561.
Language:English
Score: 1157538.3 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...l-mechanism-old/key_documents/
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Key Documents – UNODA     欢迎来到联合国 العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Language AREAS OF WORK Weapons of Mass Destruction Conventional Arms Regional Disarmament Transparency and Confidence-Building Other Disarmament Issues ABOUT UNODA About Strategy High Representative Organigram UNODA Structure Contact DISARMAMENT BODIES AND INSTITUTIONS Disarmament in the General Assembly Disarmament in the Security Council United Nations Disarmament Commission Conference on Disarmament Secretary General’s Advisory Board Fellowship Programme UNIDIR DATABASE AND RESEARCH TOOLS UNODA Documents Library First Committee and Resolutions Database Disarmament Treaties Military Expenditure The Global Reported Arms Trade UNIDIR’s Cyber Security Portal RESOURCES AND PUBLICATIONS Publications Updates UNODA Calendar Disarmament Education Fact Sheets on Disarmament Issues Proposal for Funding STATEMENTS AND PRESS RELEASES Secretary General’s Statements High Representative’s Statements Press Releases OFFICES AWAY FROM UNHQ Geneva, Switzerland Vienna, Austria Lima, Peru Lome, Togo Kathmandu, Nepal العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Key Documents Relating to the Secretary General’s Mechanism for Investigation of Alleged Use of Chemical and Biological Weapons General Assembly Resolution A/RES/42/37C (30 November 1987) requests the Secretary-General to carry out investigations in response to reports that may be brought to his attention by any Member State concerning the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons; requests the Secretary-General, with the assistance of qualified experts, to develop further technical guidelines and procedures; requests the Secretary-General to compile and maintain lists of qualified experts provided by Member States. Security Council Resolution 620 (26 August 1988) encourages the Secretary-General to carry out promptly investigations in response to allegations brought to his attention by any Member State concerning the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons; decides to consider immediately, taking into account the investigations of the Secretary-General, appropriate and effective measures in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, should there by any future use of chemical weapons in violation of international law. General Assembly Document A/44/561 Annex I (4 October 1989) contains recommendations by the group of qualified experts convened pursuant to General Assembly Resolution A/RES/42/37 C for guidelines and procedures for timely and efficient investigations of reports on the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons. Updated appendices to the technical guidelines and procedures General Assembly Resolution A/RES/45/57C (4 December 1990)   endorses the proposal for guidelines and procedures for investigations of reports on the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons contained in document A/44/561.
Language:English
Score: 1157538.3 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...l-mechanism-old/key_documents/
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Key Documents – UNODA     Добро пожаловать в ООН العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Language AREAS OF WORK Weapons of Mass Destruction Conventional Arms Regional Disarmament Transparency and Confidence-Building Other Disarmament Issues ABOUT UNODA About Strategy High Representative Organigram UNODA Structure Contact DISARMAMENT BODIES AND INSTITUTIONS Disarmament in the General Assembly Disarmament in the Security Council United Nations Disarmament Commission Conference on Disarmament Secretary General’s Advisory Board Fellowship Programme UNIDIR DATABASE AND RESEARCH TOOLS UNODA Documents Library First Committee and Resolutions Database Disarmament Treaties Military Expenditure The Global Reported Arms Trade UNIDIR’s Cyber Security Portal RESOURCES AND PUBLICATIONS Publications Updates UNODA Calendar Disarmament Education Fact Sheets on Disarmament Issues Proposal for Funding STATEMENTS AND PRESS RELEASES Secretary General’s Statements High Representative’s Statements Press Releases OFFICES AWAY FROM UNHQ Geneva, Switzerland Vienna, Austria Lima, Peru Lome, Togo Kathmandu, Nepal العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Key Documents Relating to the Secretary General’s Mechanism for Investigation of Alleged Use of Chemical and Biological Weapons General Assembly Resolution A/RES/42/37C (30 November 1987) requests the Secretary-General to carry out investigations in response to reports that may be brought to his attention by any Member State concerning the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons; requests the Secretary-General, with the assistance of qualified experts, to develop further technical guidelines and procedures; requests the Secretary-General to compile and maintain lists of qualified experts provided by Member States. Security Council Resolution 620 (26 August 1988) encourages the Secretary-General to carry out promptly investigations in response to allegations brought to his attention by any Member State concerning the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons; decides to consider immediately, taking into account the investigations of the Secretary-General, appropriate and effective measures in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, should there by any future use of chemical weapons in violation of international law. General Assembly Document A/44/561 Annex I (4 October 1989) contains recommendations by the group of qualified experts convened pursuant to General Assembly Resolution A/RES/42/37 C for guidelines and procedures for timely and efficient investigations of reports on the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons. Updated appendices to the technical guidelines and procedures General Assembly Resolution A/RES/45/57C (4 December 1990)   endorses the proposal for guidelines and procedures for investigations of reports on the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons contained in document A/44/561.
Language:English
Score: 1157538.3 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...l-mechanism-old/key_documents/
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