Home

Results 1 - 10 of 248,717 for head ache. Search took 4.269 seconds.  
Sort by date/Sort by relevance
The NPSC is assisted by four working groups: strategy, law and regulation, remittances, and ACH. Each of these is composed of commercial bank staff and is headed by a senior Bangladesh Bank officer. (...) The first strategic directions adopted in 2007 by the NPSC were as follows: • Implement Bangladesh ACH • Establish the required legal and regulatory framework • Promote and encourage e-payments, use of shared ATMs, POS terminals, mobile payments, etc. • Establish the central bank’s payment system oversight function • Encourage initiatives for the establishment of payment systems by the private sector • Encourage on-line banking, adopt a core banking solution and improve the General Ledger and other related departments/offices at the Bangladesh Bank • Implement Bangladesh real-time gross settlement (RTGS) system. 14     19     20     21     22     23     24     25     26     27     28     29          
Language:English
Score: 1547699.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...y/files/basic-html/page24.html
Data Source: un
Some ACHs focus on cheque processing, others on fully electronic retail instruments like direct credit transfers and direct debit transfers, and some others process all these instruments. 6 In practice, one of the effects of an ACH is that it enables the interoperability of its members for the payment instruments it clears, and by this means it "increases" the network size of service points for individual customers. (...) During each cycle, ACH participants exchange payment instructions, which are then cleared and settled on net basis at the end of the cycle (i.e., so-called "deferred net settlement"). Final beneficiaries are often credited later on (e.g., one or two days), although in some cases they may get credited even before the settlement cycle has been completed. In fact, some ACH operators around the world have launched so-called "instant payments", by means of which the final beneficiary of a payment processed through the ACH is credited immediately after the payment instruction is approved, while the settlement between PSPs that participate in the ACH occurs at a later stage.
Language:English
Score: 1412518.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...y/files/basic-html/page89.html
Data Source: un
Architecture of Regional Clearing Infrastructures STEP2: Centralized Regional ACH STEP2 is a centralized regional Pan European ACH for bulk payments in euros. (...) EACHA: A Distributed Infrastructure The European Automated Clearing House Association (EACHA) network is a distributed bilateral network arrangement for ACH-to-ACH connectivity. The EACHA provides technical interoperability standards for the straight through processing of cross-border payments among its 27 member ACHs from 23 participating countries in a distributed bilateral network (although not all EACHA member ACHs are actually linked to each other). (...) The scheme involves an interoperability framework between national ACHs rather than full technical integration between them.
Language:English
Score: 1404954.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...y/files/basic-html/page66.html
Data Source: un
In some cases, other non-bank financial institutions that have been licensed and are supervised can also become direct participants. ACHs can be owned by the central bank, by the private sector or have mixed ownership. (...) For privately operated ACHs two common scenarios are: 1) the ACH is owned by a consortium of banks and is operated as a cost center rather than with a profit-maximizing objective; and, 2) the ACH is privately owned, with ownership being partly or largely independent from participation, and is a profit-maximizing venture. In the first scenario, direct participation tends to be limited to the banks that are also shareholders, or in some cases also to other banks as this allows the ACH to reach the whole banking sector. In the second case, direct participation tends to be open also to at least some types of non-bank PSPs as the ACH owner(s) will have an incentive to process the largest possible volume of transactions in order to help it maximize total revenue and profits.
Language:English
Score: 1368553.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...y/files/basic-html/page94.html
Data Source: un
Table 2 – Access of payment system operators to the RTGS system ACH Operators Payment Card Switch Operators Direct access Direct access to account Direct access to to account and Direct access to and credit account, no credit account, no credit credit Total countries worldwide 15 44 6 22 (117) Source: World Bank Group, Global Payment Systems Survey 2012 (adaptation of Table IX.1). Table 2 shows that direct participation of payment system operators in RTGS system is much more common, albeit still far from universal. Operators of ACHs have direct access to the RTGS system in 51% of the respondent countries. (...) Only a small fraction of ACH and payment card switch operators also have access to central bank credit.
Language:English
Score: 1341120.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...y/files/basic-html/page96.html
Data Source: un
With regard to direct access of non-banks to ACHs, the numbers are not very different from those discussed in the previous sub-section on access to RTGS systems. Credit unions, supervised cooperatives and postal networks are the non-bank types with better direct access to ACHs. However, in none of these cases the share of countries where these entities enjoy direct access to ACHs exceeds 20%. (...) Interestingly, the Middle East and North Africa region postal networks are the only non-banks with direct access to ACHs, in 2 out of 6 countries (33% of the cases) that responded the GPSS 2012. 6 Insights and conclusions A.
Language:English
Score: 1334273.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...y/files/basic-html/page97.html
Data Source: un
COUNTRY NAME: I NDI A Na me: Sou mitra Mondal Present Positi on: Second Secret ary (Touris m & Agri culture) si nce April- May 2022 Mai n previ ous positi ons: (dat es e. g. 2010 – 2014) Assistant to Counsell or( WTO), Per manent Mi ssi on of Indi a, Geneva 1999 t o 2003 At t ache i n t he office of Hi gh Co mmi ssi oner of Indi a, Kual a Lu mpur from 2010 to 2012 At t ache i n t he office Ambassador of Indi a, Hanoi from 2012 t o 2015 At t ache i n t he Office of High Co mmi ssi oner of Indi a, Malt a from 2017 t o 2021 Second Secret ary i n t he Office of Deput y Chi ef of Mi ssi on, Ro me from 2021 to April 2022 Partici pati on i n meeti ngs or acti vities of the United Nations and its Speci alized Agenci es: Nil
Language:English
Score: 1318910.4 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/.../English/INDIA_SOUMITRA_en.pdf
Data Source: un
In addition, depression can manifest through physical symptoms, and manifest as persistent headaches, usually in the form of a band around the head, or stomach-aches. Often overlooked are the cognitive symptoms of depression, which sneak in on a person, leading to a drop in school performance, poor concentration, difficulty in learning, increased fatigue after studying.  (...) Possible signs of depression: Drop in school performance, poor grades, increased effort to memorize things Complaints of headaches, stomach-aches Irritable behaviour, aggression towards others Changes in sleep and appetite (usually lower appetite and waking up early in the morning, two hours earlier than usual, but the opposite can also happen) UNICEF Serbia/2022 Mental health problems don’t include just depression, anxiety, and other diagnoses that only doctors can make. (...) The cognitive symptoms involve expecting that something bad will happen to us or our loved ones, while somatic or physical ones involve excessive stimulation of our vegetative nervous system and are most often manifested by rapid heartbeat or tightness in the chest, rapid breathing, stomach-ache. With panic disorder, which is characterized by intense panic attacks, the person has a fear of losing control and fainting, with intense physical symptoms.
Language:English
Score: 1318883.4 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/en/how-are-you-really
Data Source: un
ARUN RAJ KUNWAR, M.D THE HEAD OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY KANTI CHIDLREN’S HOSPITAL Government of Nepal National Planning Commission Background Nepal MICS 2019 Over ten per cent have anxiety and over two per cent have depression Nepal Health Research Council, National Mental Health Survey 2019 Prevalence of any kind of mental disorder among adolescents: 5.2 per cent WHO Nepal has the second highest youth (15-29 years) suicide rate in South East Asia at 25.8 per 100,000 after India at 35.5 (2012 estimate) with 10 per cent of adolescents attempted of suicide (2015 survey). (...) Physical symptoms - headaches, stomach aches, body aches, eye pains, muscle pains, lethargy.
Language:English
Score: 1310923 - https://www.unicef.org/nepal/m..._Nepal_and_Impact_of_COVID.pdf
Data Source: un
Give me the joy Give a complete understanding Give me nice time Not the hard one Because I deserve to be happy Alarm By Wendy Macar My eyes are glued to my window Young children are playing like there is no tomorrow But me, I’m in my aunt’s hut Once I stained my dress it was a closed case Hands running in between the mess of plates, in my hands they feel like blades The voices in my head are getting louder day and night My delicate fingers ache They long to hold something They long to hold hands with my friends and play in a circle My stomach longs to ache with my laughter and chatter I want to dance in the rain, but my tears rain with pain For I know time lost will not be gained there’s a loud bell ringing in my head, a million questions that I can’t find answers to, Why can’t I just be a child?
Language:English
Score: 1303844.3 - https://www.unicef.org/southsu...an/for-every-child-a-childhood
Data Source: un