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Clothing and footwear 113 90.88 ... Housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels 65 143.67 ... (...) The index is based on prices paid for the first quality goods; prices of second-hand goods are not included in the index. Housing The rent index covers the rent acctualy paid ba tenants, imputed rents for owner-occupied housing, services for routine maintenance and repairs of the dwelling and housing related services. (...) The rent paid for cooperative dwellings is calculated by weighting the regional average rents by the regional structure of cooperative dwellings. Imputed rents for owner occupied housing are based on average rent levels for cooperataive dwellings weighted by the structure of owned dwellings.
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Score: 1139039.6 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM1/E/CZ.html
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[footnoteRef:22] The city can sell certificates to properties that have unpaid water bills delinquent by nine months, and for amounts as low as $750 dollars in owner-occupied properties and $350 in non-owner occupied properties. (...) Not all affected property owners go on to lose their homes due to a tax lien foreclosure. Maryland law permits Baltimore property owners to redeem their properties after the sale.
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Score: 1138350.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...sitsContributions/USA/MLA.docx
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The premises belonging to the Venezuelan State have not received any maintenance or upkeep, which the Venezuelan State is responsible for, as owner of the properties. This has led to the deterioration of the premises of the Consular Section in Bogota, and several complaints about damage have been filed by owners of neighbouring properties and local residents. Following the severance of diplomatic and consular relations, Venezuela ceased to comply with its lease payment obligations in respect of its leased buildings, which has caused harm to the owners of the buildings, who are not receiving lease payments and cannot access the buildings to prevent their deterioration. (...) Colombia considers that, in view of the difficulties that have arisen as a result of the severance of diplomatic and consular relations, its work to protect the above-mentioned premises must be met by a commitment from the Venezuelan Government to fulfil its obligations as owner and lessee. Colombia requests that the information it has provided be taken into consideration and that, at the same time, through the Secretary-General, Venezuela be urged to assume its responsibilities with regard to the properties that housed its premises, in particular by duly fulfilling its lease obligations in respect of the owners of the properties, which are not the responsibility of the Government of Colombia.
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Score: 1136862.1 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...n_of_diplomats/colombia2_e.pdf
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Consumption expenditure includes: • Food consumed away from home; • Housing maintenance, minor repairs; • Major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner occupied housing; • Luxury goods; • Gambling expenditure, gross of winnings Consumption expenditure excludes: • Foods produced for own final consumption; • Other goods produced for own final consumption; • Services produced for own final consumption; • Income in-kind receipts of goods; • Income in-kind receipts of services; • In-kind goods received as gifts; • In-kind services received as gifts; • Purchase of owner-occupied housing; • Mortgage repayments; • Mortgage interest; • Purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household; • Second hand goods purchased; • Financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees); • Interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments); • Non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical), gross of claims; • Life insurance premiums; • Investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks); • Occupational expenditures; • Other business-related expenditures; • Social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and No-profit institutions serving households; • Expenditures abroad C: Concepts, definitions, classifications and weights Definition of the CPI and its objectives: L'IHPC sert principalement pour mesurer les variations moyennes des prix des biens et services de consommation finale des ménages dans l'économie nationale. (...) Classification: NCOA-IHPC dérivée de la COICOP Weights include value of consumption from own production: No Sources of weights: Household expenditure surveys and dire d'expert. (...) Method to impute the price of seasonal items: The method used to impute price development in out-of season periods is carrying forward the last observed price. Treatment of housing Treatment of owner-occupied housing: Les logements occupés par les propriétaires ne sont pas couverts.
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Score: 1134047.8 - www.ilo.org/ilostat-fil...A_CPI_Descriptions%20-2013.pdf
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Population coverage: The following types of household are included in the data collection: one person private households private households with more than one person households of other foreigners in the country armed forces residing in private housing outside military base The following types of household are excluded in the data collection: those in collective housing (such as long term hospitals, prisons, monasteries, military quarters) non-resident households of nationals (households of nationals located abroad) diplomatic households in the country armed forces residing in private housing within military base Units: Dwelling units are not used in the sample selection. (...) The following receipts are collected separately: 4 wages and salaries The following receipts are collected but not separately: 4 cash bonuses and gratuities commissions and tips employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises goods produced for own consumption goods produced for barter services from owner-occupied dwellings interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) royalties education-related allowances free government dwelling subsidized government dwelling food subsidies medical reimbursements regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: goods and services regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: free dwelling regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular in-kind gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular free services social transfers in kind: medical services social transfers in kind: public education The following receipts are not collected: 4 remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay termination and redundancy payments employer social security contributions employee social security contributions services produced for own consumption services produced for barter stock consumed from unincorporated enterprise regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute , excluded for other reasons retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes , excluded for other reasons old age benefits , excluded for other reasons other pensions , excluded for other reasons unemployment benefits , excluded for other reasons family-related allowances , excluded for other reasons sickness benefits , excluded for other reasons invalidity benefits , excluded for other reasons housing allowances , excluded for other reasons survivors benefits , excluded for other reasons other social insurance benefits , excluded for other reasons other social assistance benefits , excluded for other reasons social transfers in kind: transport subsidies , excluded for other reasons social transfers in kind: cultural and recreational services , excluded for other reasons social transfers in kind: others , excluded for other reasons The following receipts are classified as income from paid employment: wages and salaries cash bonuses and gratuities commissions and tips The following receipts are classified as income from self-employment: employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises goods produced for own consumption goods produced for barter The following receipts are classified as employment-related transfer income: subsidized government dwelling medical reimbursements The following receipts are classified as transfer income but not employment-related: services from owner-occupied dwellings interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) education-related allowances food subsidies regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: goods and services regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: free dwelling regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular in-kind gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular free services social transfers in kind: medical services social transfers in kind: public education The following receipts are classified as other employment-related income: free government dwelling The following receipts are classified as other income but not employment-related: royalties The following receipts are excluded for other reasons: regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes old age benefits other pensions unemployment benefits family-related allowances sickness benefits invalidity benefits housing allowances survivors benefits other social insurance benefits other social assistance benefits social transfers in kind: transport subsidies social transfers in kind: cultural and recreational services social transfers in kind: others The following receipts are collected using the last week as the reference period: food subsidies The following receipts are collected using the last month as the reference period: wages and salaries cash bonuses and gratuities commissions and tips employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer free government dwelling subsidized government dwelling regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: goods and services regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: free dwelling regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts The following receipts are collected using the last 12 months as the reference period: profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises goods produced for own consumption goods produced for barter services from owner-occupied dwellings interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes education-related allowances medical reimbursements regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular in-kind gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular free services Income data were collected as an aggregate for the whole unit. (...) Treatment of owner-occupied housing: Values of owner-occupied housing are included in the total income/expenditure estimates and are valued using the current market value. ( ) Treatment of selected groups/values in analysis: No households/units are excluded from analysis because of incomplete response.
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Score: 1132271.9 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/323A.html
Data Source: un
Multi-partners AI Communication Committee formed. 2-House to House education Objective: - The key tool in the house to house education component to address behavioral change - The study highlighted the need to sustain their role over time to ensure any change in behavior. - As a feedback mechanism after seminar with housewives. 7 Key messages: separate between different species of poultry wash your hand after dealing with poultry Identify specific clothes to deal with the birds. (...) Action: Inform owners about: current FMD situation, preventive measures, vaccination programme; Disseminate by means of posters, flyers. (...) Target audiences: vet., farmer, smallholder, owners of poultry farms, owners of animal farms, owners of animal farms, butchers, traders, transporters.
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Score: 1132017.4 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...A%20Egypt%20_09%2011%20012.pdf
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Population coverage: The following types of household are included in the data collection: one person private households private households with more than one person households of other foreigners in the country armed forces residing in private housing outside military base The following types of household are excluded in the data collection: those in collective housing (such as long term hospitals, prisons, monasteries, military quarters) non-resident households of nationals (households of nationals located abroad) diplomatic households in the country Units: Dwelling units are not used in the sample selection. (...) Consumption of own production is valued using: the respondent's estimate. Treatment of owner-occupied housing: Values of owner-occupied housing are included in the total income/expenditure estimates and are valued using the rental equivalent net of housing costs usually paid by owners.
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Score: 1129775.2 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/020A.html
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. • In Ireland, older detached houses are the least energy efficient and they have a higher reliance on solid fuel heating. • Ill health can be caused through not being able to maintain a comfortable temperature at home and it may result in short-term hospital stays from respiratory problems. • Stricter building regulations have resulted in huge improvements in the energy efficiency of more recently built dwellings. • Houses with F or G energy ratings in Ireland comprise 19% of dwellings that were built before year 2000 and that have had an energy audit conducted. 5 Period of Construction and Energy Efficiency Rating 1850-1999 2000-2009 2010-2014 2015-2021 % of column A 1% 1% 35% 98% B 6% 23% 56% 2% C 30% 56% 7% 0% D 29% 15% 1% 0% E 16% 4% 0% 0% F 8% 1% 0% 0% G 11% 0% 0% 0% Dwellings 537,000 315,852 11,590 66,590 6 Who Lives in pre-2000 F and G rated Dwellings? • The dwelling energy audit procedure does not record any data on the occupants. • Matching the energy ratings with another data source such as the Census of Population enables socio-economic information on persons living in the lowest energy efficiency dwellings to be identified. • Statistical offices may have a legal remit to be given access to confidential microdata that allow extra added value to be achieved through data matching for statistical purposes. • Detailed socio-economic analyses could provide the basis for policy- makers setting priorities in relation to providing financial assistance for major building energy efficiency retrofits. • The statistics office in Ireland has published such an analysis. • Older persons living alone in older detached houses are among the more vulnerable • https://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublications/ep/p-dbersp/domesticbuildingenergyratingsfromasocialperspective2016/ 8 Electric Vehicles • Moving to a low-carbon economy involves changing to electric and to hybrid vehicles and generating electricity from renewables. • Policies such as restricting access to cities for diesel and petrol cars may reduce car traffic if public transport options are available. • Rural dwellers and families that combine travelling to work with dropping off children at school etc. may not be able to avail of more flexible transport options. • Financial support towards purchasing electric vehicles combined with the roll-out of an adequate public and domestic charge point network may be needed. • Combining vehicle owner administrative data with other socio-economic microdata could identify those most in need e.g. owners of older diesel and petrol vehicles in rural areas with high annual kilometres travelled • Carbon and excise taxes are typically fuel based and using them to incentivise the transition may not be effective for households that are unable to afford to switch to hybrid or electric vehicles and may even cause an increase in energy poverty. 9 Statistical Data relevant to Electric Vehicles There are a broad range of administrative data sources that could describe the pace of change from petrol and diesel to hybrid and electric vehicles - the CSO has started the process of collecting these data. • Vehicle and vehicle owner registers (fuel type, age of vehicle, location of owner, sex of owner) • Vehicle test data (kilometres travelled by the vehicle) • New vehicle registrations (fuel type, engine size, location) • Financial subsidies towards purchase of electric vehicles and installation of home charging points • Public charge point network (locations, charging speed, time series) • Electricity consumption used to charge vehicles • Input fuels used to generate electricity 1 0 Fossil Fuel Subsidies • Fossil fuel subsidies can encourage higher levels of consumption of fossil fuels through lower tax rates, VAT refunds, direct subsidies, etc. • The change to a low-carbon economy will involve reducing the level of fossil fuel subsidies. • Some beneficiaries may be less able to afford to change their behaviours e.g. elderly home owners using solid fuel for heating and rural dwellers. • Compiling statistics on fossil fuel subsidies is an essential starting point for government to make informed decisions on their phasing out. • The OECD has been very active in this area and fossil fuel subsidies are an SDG indicator – UNEP and OECD are examining ways of launching a data collection. • Eurostat is planning a voluntary data collection. • The CSO has published statistics on effective carbon rates and on absolute levels of direct and indirect subsidies, see https://www.cso.ie/en/statistics/environmentaccounts/fossilfuelsubsidies/ 1 2 Household Surveys • Developing environmental-social statistics requires access to household data • This can be done through a stand-alone environmental household survey or through matching environment-relevant administrative microdata with socio-economic household data • Special environmental modules could be attached to large household surveys such as the Labour Force Survey – this approach means the environment module does not need to include socio-demographic questions as they will be in the main survey • The CSO used this approach in 2014, see https://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublications/er/q-env/qnhsenvironmentmoduleq22014/ • A new environment module was undertaken in Autumn 2021using a letter post-out which provided access details for an internet survey.
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Score: 1129736.5 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...08/S4-1_Ireland_GerryBrady.pdf
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Population coverage: The following types of household are included in the data collection: one person private households private households with more than one person those in collective housing (such as long term hospitals, prisons, monasteries, military quarters) diplomatic households in the country households of other foreigners in the country The following types of household are excluded in the data collection: non-resident households of nationals (households of nationals located abroad) armed forces residing in private housing within military base armed forces residing in private housing outside military base Units: Dwelling units are used in the sample selection and are characterised by: single structure - detached housing unit single unit in a structure containing more than one housing unit multiple structures within a compound (e.g. huts) street address Data are recorded for the household unit which is characterised by: one person units two or more people living together: sharing a single dwelling or compound sharing meals sharing a common budget for (at least) food and housing expenditures pooling their income to some extent Data are recorded for the income unit which is characterised by: two or more people: living in the same household Unit members: Visitors (not usual residents) temporarily living in the dwelling are not included as unit members. (...) The following receipts are collected but not separately: wages and salaries cash bonuses and gratuities commissions and tips remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay employee social security contributions profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises 5 interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) royalties regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes old age benefits other pensions unemployment benefits family-related allowances sickness benefits invalidity benefits education-related allowances housing allowances survivors benefits other social assistance benefits regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts The following receipts are not collected: termination and redundancy payments , excluded due to measurement problems employer social security contributions , excluded due to measurement problems employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing , excluded due to measurement problems employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals , excluded due to measurement problems employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation , excluded due to measurement problems employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer , excluded due to measurement problems employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: other goods or services , excluded due to measurement problems goods produced for own consumption , excluded due to measurement problems services produced for own consumption , excluded due to measurement problems goods produced for barter , excluded due to measurement problems services produced for barter , excluded due to measurement problems stock consumed from unincorporated enterprise , excluded due to measurement problems services from owner-occupied dwellings , excluded due to measurement problems services from other consumer durables (net) , excluded due to measurement problems free government dwelling , excluded due to measurement problems subsidized government dwelling , excluded due to measurement problems food subsidies , excluded due to measurement problems medical reimbursements , excluded due to measurement problems regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: goods and services , excluded due to measurement problems regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: free dwelling , excluded due to measurement problems regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: subsidized dwelling , excluded due to measurement problems regular inter-household transfers received from: regular in-kind gifts , excluded due to measurement problems regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling , excluded due to measurement problems regular inter-household transfers received from: subsidized dwelling , excluded due to measurement problems regular inter-household transfers received from: regular free services , excluded due to measurement problems social transfers in kind: medical services , excluded due to measurement problems social transfers in kind: public education , excluded due to measurement problems social transfers in kind: transport subsidies , excluded due to measurement problems social transfers in kind: cultural and recreational services , excluded due to measurement problems social transfers in kind: others , excluded due to measurement problems The following receipts are classified as income from paid employment: wages and salaries cash bonuses and gratuities commissions and tips remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay employee social security contributions profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises 5 royalties sickness benefits education-related allowances housing allowances The following receipts are classified as other income but not employment-related: interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes old age benefits other pensions unemployment benefits family-related allowances invalidity benefits survivors benefits other social assistance benefits regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts The following receipts are excluded due to measurement problems: termination and redundancy payments employer social security contributions employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: other goods or services goods produced for own consumption services produced for own consumption goods produced for barter services produced for barter stock consumed from unincorporated enterprise services from owner-occupied dwellings services from other consumer durables (net) free government dwelling subsidized government dwelling food subsidies medical reimbursements regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: goods and services regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: free dwelling regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular in-kind gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular free services social transfers in kind: medical services social transfers in kind: public education social transfers in kind: transport subsidies social transfers in kind: cultural and recreational services social transfers in kind: others The following receipts are collected using the last month as the reference period: wages and salaries cash bonuses and gratuities commissions and tips remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay employee social security contributions profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises 5 interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes old age benefits other pensions unemployment benefits family-related allowances sickness benefits invalidity benefits education-related allowances housing allowances survivors benefits other social assistance benefits regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts Income data were collected separately for each person receiving income. (...) Neither in-kind receipts nor consumption of own production is included in the estimates. Treatment of owner-occupied housing: Values of owner-occupied housing are not included in the total income/expenditure estimates.
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Score: 1123793.75 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/320B.html
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If it gets large enough, the shop owner will need to hire employees to staff the store. (...) Instead of obtaining assets, many informal owners remain without a physical store location. Others remain without employees, dependent on the time and skills of the owner and his or her family. (...) Digital B2B payment tools and services may be able to help business owners overcome the challenges at each step toward maturity.
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Score: 1123542.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page303.html
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