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TABLE 1 - Data items from the WCA 2020, including essential items and classification variables Cross-tabulating essential data items from the WCA 2020 A great number of possible cross-tabulations and an ever greater number of three-way tabulations exist (e.g. number of holdings classified by age of holder, area of holding and region). (...) For example, as far as irrigation is concerned, the area is not an essential item in WCA 2010, only the number of holdings. (...) TABLE 4 - Number of holdings irrigated in size classes for area irrigated (0010) classified by the sex and age of holder (0003 and 0004) Using WCA 2000 to gather existing data The WCA 2000 also included data items for irrigation, sex and age of the holder and area of holding, which are considered essential items, similar to the census of 2010.
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Score: 1065160.3 - https://www.fao.org/aquastat/e...nalysis/water-gender/censuses/
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TABLE 1 - Data items from the WCA 2020, including essential items and classification variables Cross-tabulating essential data items from the WCA 2020 A great number of possible cross-tabulations and an ever greater number of three-way tabulations exist (e.g. number of holdings classified by age of holder, area of holding and region). (...) For example, as far as irrigation is concerned, the area is not an essential item in WCA 2010, only the number of holdings. (...) TABLE 4 - Number of holdings irrigated in size classes for area irrigated (0010) classified by the sex and age of holder (0003 and 0004) Using WCA 2000 to gather existing data The WCA 2000 also included data items for irrigation, sex and age of the holder and area of holding, which are considered essential items, similar to the census of 2010.
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Score: 1065160.3 - https://www.fao.org/aquastat/a...nalysis/water-gender/censuses/
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TABLE 1 - Data items from the WCA 2020, including essential items and classification variables Cross-tabulating essential data items from the WCA 2020 A great number of possible cross-tabulations and an ever greater number of three-way tabulations exist (e.g. number of holdings classified by age of holder, area of holding and region). (...) For example, as far as irrigation is concerned, the area is not an essential item in WCA 2010, only the number of holdings. (...) TABLE 4 - Number of holdings irrigated in size classes for area irrigated (0010) classified by the sex and age of holder (0003 and 0004) Using WCA 2000 to gather existing data The WCA 2000 also included data items for irrigation, sex and age of the holder and area of holding, which are considered essential items, similar to the census of 2010.
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Score: 1065160.3 - https://www.fao.org/aquastat/r...nalysis/water-gender/censuses/
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Methodological considerations Census modalities: The classical approach: It is a complete enumeration exercise comprising the universe of agricultural holdings to cover. It should cover all essential items and may include additional items. (...) Combining sampling and complete enumeration: i) Complete enumeration for the most important agricultural regions of the country and sampling for the rest of the country; ii) Complete enumeration for some types of holdings (e.g. commercial and/or large holdings) and sample enumeration for the others; iii) Complete enumeration for essential items and sampling for the rest of items. 14 Methods of enumeration & use of technologies Face-to-face interview methods. (...) WCA 2020 suggests classification of essential items in any of the following main variables: 30 Administrative unit or agro-ecological zone; Legal status of agricultural holder; Total area of holding; Area of agricultural land; Number of livestock; Purpose of production; Household size; Sex of holder Age of holder XI.
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Score: 1029667.6 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/.../TS1_Overview_of_WCA_2020.pptx
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Kasthuri Chellaraja Wilson, Executive Director, Group CEO, Hemas Holdings PLC; Dr. Anver Hamdani, Director Medical Technical Services, Coordinating In Charge/ COVID-19, Ministry of Health; Hon. (...) In response, 3 private sector actors including Hemas Holdings PLC, Dilmah Ceylon Tea Company, and Daraz Sri Lanka came forward to pledge their financial support to procure and deliver vital and essential medicines and medical supplies for the country. (...) Kasthuri Chellaraja Wilson, Executive Director, Group CEO, Hemas Holdings PLC; Mr. Rakhil Fernando, Managing Director, Daraz Sri Lanka; Mr.
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Score: 1013961.6 - https://www.undp.org/srilanka/...-undps-private-sector-facility
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These practices are citizen participation, transparency of the State, and accountability of those who hold power. Participation of citizens should be an essential aspect of governmental decision making and policy implementation. (...) This will create a sense of trust between those who hold the power and their citizenry. Although there is no direct reference to accountability of those wielding power in international human rights law, this is an essential part of combating corruption and promoting human rights. (...) Although elections legitimize those in power, they do not hold them accountable for their actions once they are in power.
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Score: 994759.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...Rights_Studies_%28ACHRS%29.pdf
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Lessons learnt from the WCA 2010 and update on the preparations for WCA 2020 Technical Review Meeting on the World Programme for the Census of Agriculture (WCA) 2020 Rome, Italy 7- 8 November 2014 Adriana Neciu Agricultural Censuses and Surveys FAO Statistics Division 1 Theme 10 Intra-household distribution of decisions and ownership on the holding Outline • Introduction of Theme 10 and new approach • Items for distribution of decisions • Items for distribution of ownership 2 Introduction o Revised the approach for assessing the distribution of decisions on the holding 3  Theme 10 Intra-hh distribution of decisions and ownership on the holding’’ replaces ‘’Management of the holding’’ theme and implicitly the concepts of ‘’sub-holding’’ and ‘’sub-holder’’ o Introduced the identification of ownership within the household  Objectives: To reflect more adequately the intra-hh distribution of decision –making and ownership within the holding, particularly to investigate gender –based differences in decision making and owning key agricultural assets (land, livestock) 4 Theme 10 Intra-household distribution of decisions and ownership on the holding For the holdings in the household sector Distribution of decisions + 1001 Sex of household members taking decisions + 1002 Area of crops by sex of the person responsible for them + 1003 Number of livestock by sex of the person responsible for them Distribution of land and livestock ownership + 1004 Area of land owned by sex of the owner + 1005 Number of livestock owned by sex of the owner 5  Two options for data collection are provided, for each item of Theme 10 : (i) Listing decisions/responsibilities and owned assets and making basic sex-disaggregation (male, female, both) for them; (ii) Listing hh members and identifying their decisions/responsibilities and ownership of assets The new approach Items for distribution of decisions 6  Two levels of decisions: Managerial decisions/responsibilities (e.g this year we plant maize or this year we market all our been production); Day to day operational decisions (e.g. when to weed or spray the crops or graze the livestock) Countries should decide on which types of decisions/responsibilities to focus on, the most relevant and feasible in their circumstances 7 Items for distribution of decisions cont’d 1001 Sex of hh members making decisions (i) indicating, for each decision, whether it was made by male hh, female hh or or jointly hh members; (ii) identifying , for each hh member, the decision (s) made by him/her 8 Items for distribution of decisions cont’d 1002 Area of crops by sex of the person responsible for them (i) indicating, out of crop areas (0402 & 0406), the areas under the responsibility of male, female or jointly hh members; (ii) identifying, for each hh member, the area of crops under his/her responsibility 1003 Number of livestock by sex of the person responsible for them (i) indicating, out of the total number of each livestock type (0501), the numbers under responsibility of male, female or jointly hh members (ii) identifying, for each hh member, the numbers and types of livestock under his/her sole or joint responsibility ESSENTIAL ITEMS ESSENTIAL ITEM 9 Items for distribution of land and livestock ownership 1004 Area of land owned by sex of the owner (i) disaggregating the owned area collected in items 0205 & 0207, into areas owned by male, female or jointly hh members (ii) identifying for each hh member, the area owned solely or jointly by him/her 1005 Numbers of livestock owned by sex of the owner (i) indicating out of the total number of each livestock type (item 0502), the numbers owned by male, female, or jointly hh members (ii) identifying for each hh member, the numbers and types of livestock owned solely or jointly by him/her Your valuable feedback are most welcome!
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Score: 983497.5 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...of_decisions_and_ownership.pdf
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Import and temporary export of weapons, essential components thereof and ammunition (1) Weapons, essential components thereof and ammunition may be imported on the basis of a special permit specified in § 59 (4) of this Act for the manufacture of weapons, components of firearms or ammunition, the sale of weapons, components of firearms or ammunition, or the provision of services for the conversion and repair of weapons and components of firearms. (2) A natural or legal person may import a weapon, essential component thereof or ammunition to Estonia for the person’s own purpose if the person holds an acquisition permit for the weapon or essential component thereof and a special permit specified in § 59 (4) of this Act. (3) It is only permitted to import such weapons, essential components thereof and ammunition the type approved model of which, which has been declared a civilian weapon, or a modification of which has been entered in the register of service and civilian weapons. (4) A natural person may export a weapon registered in the name of the person, essential components thereof and ammunition therefor in order to participate in a sports event, exercise, hunt or other similar event if he or she holds a special permit specified in § 59 (4) of this Act. The weapon and essential components thereof shall be imported to Estonia by the date specified on the permit. (5) A foreign natural or legal person may import a weapon registered in the name of the person, essential components thereof and ammunition therefor to Estonia in order to participate in a sports event, exercise, hunt or other similar event if the person holds a special permit specified in § 59 (4) of this Act. The imported weapon and essential components thereof shall be exported from Estonia by the date specified on the permit. (6) A natural or legal person may temporarily export from Estonia a weapon registered in the name of the person or a weapon acquired on the basis of an acquisition permit provided for in § 30 (3) of this Act which is not a military weapon for the purposes of the Strategic Goods Act as well as essential components thereof and ammunition therefor if the person holds a special permit specified in § 59 (4) of this Act.
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Score: 958856.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...cquisition/States/Estonia.docx
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Import and temporary export of weapons, essential components thereof and ammunition (1) Weapons, essential components thereof and ammunition may be imported on the basis of a special permit specified in § 59 (4) of this Act for the manufacture of weapons, components of firearms or ammunition, the sale of weapons, components of firearms or ammunition, or the provision of services for the conversion and repair of weapons and components of firearms. (2) A natural or legal person may import a weapon, essential component thereof or ammunition to Estonia for the person’s own purpose if the person holds an acquisition permit for the weapon or essential component thereof and a special permit specified in § 59 (4) of this Act. (3) It is only permitted to import such weapons, essential components thereof and ammunition the type approved model of which, which has been declared a civilian weapon, or a modification of which has been entered in the register of service and civilian weapons. (4) A natural person may export a weapon registered in the name of the person, essential components thereof and ammunition therefor in order to participate in a sports event, exercise, hunt or other similar event if he or she holds a special permit specified in § 59 (4) of this Act. The weapon and essential components thereof shall be imported to Estonia by the date specified on the permit. (5) A foreign natural or legal person may import a weapon registered in the name of the person, essential components thereof and ammunition therefor to Estonia in order to participate in a sports event, exercise, hunt or other similar event if the person holds a special permit specified in § 59 (4) of this Act. The imported weapon and essential components thereof shall be exported from Estonia by the date specified on the permit. (6) A natural or legal person may temporarily export from Estonia a weapon registered in the name of the person or a weapon acquired on the basis of an acquisition permit provided for in § 30 (3) of this Act which is not a military weapon for the purposes of the Strategic Goods Act as well as essential components thereof and ammunition therefor if the person holds a special permit specified in § 59 (4) of this Act.
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Score: 958856.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/default/files/Estonia.docx
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In this context, KIRAÇA Holding, KARSAN and ILO signed a protocol on 25 July 2019 in Bursa to promote gender equality and women’s employment. (...) İnan Kıraç, Chairperson of KIRAÇA Holding Board of Directors, said: “It is essential to increase women’s employment for Turkey to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.” (...) In that context, KIRAÇA Holding, KARSAN and ILO signed a protocol to promote gender equality and women’s employment.
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Score: 953223 - https://www.ilo.org/ankara/new...WCMS_714031/lang--en/index.htm
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