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As non-staff contracts are temporary in nature and do not provide the facility necessary to relocate a household, or indeed personal effects, from the home country, the Applicant cannot be said to have been “ settled” in Dubai. (...) In my judgement, it is only a resident national of the country in which the duty station is, or a permanent resident of the same, who can rightly be assumed to have established a household there and thus not entitled to the grant. (...) It is a grant appropriately designed to enable or assist a staff member to bear the costs associated with the relocation, as it were, of his or her personal effects and household goods. It is paid upon appointment, Page 13 of 18 Case No.
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Score: 794243.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-057.pdf
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Where the assignment is extended for a total period of one year or longer, the staff member shall be paid expenses for an additional shipment of personal effects and household goods up to the maximum entitlement established in paragraph (i) below on the condition that staff member’s services are expected to continue for more than six months beyond the proposed date of arrival of the personal effects and household goods in line with staff rule 7.17 (b). 16. (...) It appears from the facts stated in his request for management evaluation that he suffered a loss of all of his personal and household effects, which were in storage in a warehouse fire in Santiago, Chile, whilst he was on assignment in Bogotá. The Tribunal notes that in the Staff Regulations and Rules, there are some provisions for storage of personal effects and household goods and for their insurance at the cost of the United Nations.
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Score: 787914.16 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-007.pdf
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According to documentary evidence before the Tribunal, the Applicant did not opt for full removal of household goods under staff rule 7.16(b). The Tribunal therefore finds that upon his separation from service on retirement, the Applicant was entitled to payment of the non-removal of personal effects and the non removal element of the mobility and hardship allowance. (...) The preceding reveals that the Applicant is entitled to payment for charges incurred in the shipment of his personal effects and household goods. The documentary evidence reveals that on 26 May 2011, UNON’s Chief/SAS had informed the Applicant that he was entitled to this payment. (...) The Applicant is entitled to payment for charges incurred in the shipment of his personal effects, household goods and excess baggage. Case No.
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Score: 708962.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2012-074.pdf
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Microsoft Word - Pop Facts - HH size and composition 2017 _FINAL.docx October 2017 No. 2017/2 1 POPFACTS, No. 2017/2 October 2017 1. The household: A fundamental unit of society A household is a group of persons who make common provision of food, shelter and other essentials for living. (...) This brief summarises estimates of household size and composition of the newly compiled United Nations Database on Household Size and Composition 2017.1 2. Average household size across the globe ranges from 2 to 9 persons per household Small average household sizes, of fewer than three persons per household, were found in most countries of Europe and Northern America.
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Score: 664834.7 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...f/popfacts/PopFacts_2017-2.pdf
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Microsoft Word - Paper_ICASV.109_Beaman_HHDefMali.doc 1 Do Household Definitions Matter in Survey Design? Results from a Randomized Survey Experiment in Mali Lori Beaman Northwestern University Andrew Dillon International Food Policy Research Institute June 2010 Abstract Household definitions used in multitopic household surveys vary between surveys but have potentially significant implications for household composition, production, and poverty statistics. (...) We find that additional keywords in definitions increases rather than decreases household size and significantly alters household composition. (...) All errors are our own. 3 1. Introduction Household definitions used in multitopic household surveys vary between surveys, but have potentially significant implications for household composition as well as statistics generated for household units.
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Score: 664013.33 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ICASV_1.2_109_Paper_Beaman.pdf
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This is in order to assess the ability of households to pay a given wage. The steps presented here will enable the identification of the actual households that employ domestic workers, and the households’ income levels. (...) When assessing economic factors, which include the capacity of households to pay, the data should consist of, at a minimum, information at the household level, including:  the total number of household members  the characteristics of its members (including age, employment status)  the total household income  whether the household employs a domestic worker. (...) Box 1 provides a review of the methodology to compute a per capita household income. Ideally, disposable household income data, as opposed to total household income,1 would be used, since a domestic worker’s wage is usually paid from the former. (2) Rank the households by per capita household income in order to determine the household income distribution.
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Score: 664007.47 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...enericdocument/wcms_483802.pdf
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This is in order to assess the ability of households to pay a given wage. The steps presented here will enable the identification of the actual households that employ domestic workers, and the households’ income levels. (...) When assessing economic factors, which include the capacity of households to pay, the data should consist of, at a minimum, information at the household level, including:  the total number of household members  the characteristics of its members (including age, employment status)  the total household income  whether the household employs a domestic worker. (...) Box 1 provides a review of the methodology to compute a per capita household income. Ideally, disposable household income data, as opposed to total household income,1 would be used, since a domestic worker’s wage is usually paid from the former. (2) Rank the households by per capita household income in order to determine the household income distribution.
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Score: 664007.47 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...enericdocument/wcms_483802.pdf
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This module describes techniques for preparing projections of household and other incomes, household consumption and savings and government consumption and investment. (...) Rates of growth of disposable incomes of institutions...... ..... 20 (iv) Levels of per capita and per household disposable incomes of households 21 (v) Rates of change of per capita and per household disposable incomes of households 22 a. (...) Household consumption by commodity group '" . b. Household savings .
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Score: 663843.2 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...nuals/economy/module3/pref.pdf
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About 80 percent of the households were living in rural areas. A large majority of these households engaged in rice-based agriculture, collection of forest products and raising livestock. (...) The Coastal Zone has a lower percentage of active household members (54 percent) for female headed agricultural households and Tonle Sap has 60 percent for male headed households. (...) The proportion of such members in the male-headed households is higher than the female-headed households.
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Score: 663217.24 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/..._OCT10/APCAS-10-26_-Gender.pdf
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Smallholders Data Portrait: Methodology and Data Description A data portrait of smallholder farmers: An introduction to a dataset on small-scale agriculture Farm size Income Labor Production Inputs Livestock Crop Market Input Market Technology Constraints Demographics Hectare weighted median Smaller farm Other farm Nationally Sub-Saharan Africa Ethiopia, 2012 % of improved seeds Sub-Saharan Africa Ethiopia, 2012 % of households using improved seeds 21 30 23 Sub-Saharan Africa Ethiopia, 2012 % of households recipient of extension services 29 41 32 Sub-Saharan Africa Ethiopia, 2012 % of households owning a telephone 23 26 24 Sub-Saharan Africa Ghana, 2013 % of improved seeds Sub-Saharan Africa Ghana, 2013 % of households using improved seeds Sub-Saharan Africa Ghana, 2013 % of households recipient of extension services Sub-Saharan Africa Ghana, 2013 % of households owning a telephone 16.2 9.3 14.8 Sub-Saharan Africa Kenya, 2005 % of improved seeds 31 27 30 Sub-Saharan Africa Kenya, 2005 % of households using improved seeds 34 30 33 Sub-Saharan Africa Kenya, 2005 % of households recipient of extension services Sub-Saharan Africa Kenya, 2005 % of households owning a telephone 0.1 0 0.1 Sub-Saharan Africa Malawi, 2011 % of improved seeds 40 41 40 Sub-Saharan Africa Malawi, 2011 % of households using improved seeds 57 71 61 Sub-Saharan Africa Malawi, 2011 % of households recipient of extension services 39 48 41 Sub-Saharan Africa Malawi, 2011 % of households owning a telephone 0.2 0.4 0.2 Sub-Saharan Africa Niger, 2011 % of improved seeds Sub-Saharan Africa Niger, 2011 % of households using improved seeds 3.5 2.8 3.4 Sub-Saharan Africa Niger, 2011 % of households recipient of extension services 13 12 13 Sub-Saharan Africa Niger, 2011 % of households owning a telephone 0.3 0.4 0.3 Sub-Saharan Africa Nigeria, 2013 % of improved seeds Sub-Saharan Africa Nigeria, 2013 % of households using improved seeds Sub-Saharan Africa Nigeria, 2013 % of households recipient of extension services 6 5 6 Sub-Saharan Africa Nigeria, 2013 % of households owning a telephone 0.2 0.0 0.2 Sub-Saharan Africa Uganda, 2012 % of improved seeds 8 15 9 Sub-Saharan Africa Uganda, 2012 % of households using improved seeds 19 43 22 Sub-Saharan Africa Uganda, 2012 % of households recipient of extension services 26 39 27 Sub-Saharan Africa Uganda, 2012 % of households owning a telephone Sub-Saharan Africa United Republic of Tanzania, 2013 % of improved seeds 43 47 44 Sub-Saharan Africa United Republic of Tanzania, 2013 % of households using improved seeds 41 45 42 Sub-Saharan Africa United Republic of Tanzania, 2013 % of households recipient of extension services 9 17 10 Sub-Saharan Africa United Republic of Tanzania, 2013 % of households owning a telephone 0.4 0.2 0.4 Asia Bangladesh, 2005 % of improved seeds Asia Bangladesh, 2005 % of households using improved seeds Asia Bangladesh, 2005 % of households recipient of extension services Asia Bangladesh, 2005 % of households owning a telephone 0.5 1.2 0.6 Asia Cambodia, 2004 % of improved seeds Asia Cambodia, 2004 % of households using improved seeds Asia Cambodia, 2004 % of households recipient of extension services 0.6 0.3 0.5 Asia Cambodia, 2004 % of households owning a telephone 0.1 0.4 0.1 Asia Indonesia, 2000 % of improved seeds Asia Indonesia, 2000 % of households using improved seeds Asia Indonesia, 2000 % of households recipient of extension services Asia Indonesia, 2000 % of households owning a telephone Asia Nepal, 2003 % of improved seeds 6.1 6.3 6.1 Asia Nepal, 2003 % of households using improved seeds 24 30 25 Asia Nepal, 2003 % of households recipient of extension services 19 28 21 Asia Nepal, 2003 % of households owning a telephone 2.1 0.9 1.8 Asia Viet Nam, 2008 % of improved seeds Asia Viet Nam, 2008 % of households using improved seeds Asia Viet Nam, 2008 % of households recipient of extension services 4.5 4.8 4.5 Asia Viet Nam, 2008 % of households owning a telephone 1.7 1.7 1.7 Latin America and the Caribbean Bolivia (Plurinational State of), 2005 % of improved seeds Latin America and the Caribbean Bolivia (Plurinational State of), 2005 % of households using improved seeds Latin America and the Caribbean Bolivia (Plurinational State of), 2005 % of households recipient of extension services Latin America and the Caribbean Bolivia (Plurinational State of), 2005 % of households owning a telephone 13 25 14 Latin America and the Caribbean Guatemala, 2006 % of improved seeds Latin America and the Caribbean Guatemala, 2006 % of households using improved seeds Latin America and the Caribbean Guatemala, 2006 % of households recipient of extension services 1.8 5.6 2.5 Latin America and the Caribbean Guatemala, 2006 % of households owning a telephone 4.9 4.2 4.8 Latin America and the Caribbean Nicaragua, 2005 % of improved seeds Latin America and the Caribbean Nicaragua, 2005 % of households using improved seeds Latin America and the Caribbean Nicaragua, 2005 % of households recipient of extension services 5.9 5.8 5.9 Latin America and the Caribbean Nicaragua, 2005 % of households owning a telephone 1.3 1.5 1.4 Latin America and the Caribbean Panama, 2003 % of improved seeds Latin America and the Caribbean Panama, 2003 % of households using improved seeds Latin America and the Caribbean Panama, 2003 % of households recipient of extension services 3.4 14.1 3.8 Latin America and the Caribbean Panama, 2003 % of households owning a telephone 12.2 21.2 12.6 Europe & Central Asia Albania, 2005 % of improved seeds Europe & Central Asia Albania, 2005 % of households using improved seeds Europe & Central Asia Albania, 2005 % of households recipient of extension services 28 53 35 Europe & Central Asia Albania, 2005 % of households owning a telephone 8.4 2.8 6.9 Europe & Central Asia Tajikistan, 2007 % of improved seeds Europe & Central Asia Tajikistan, 2007 % of households using improved seeds Europe & Central Asia Tajikistan, 2007 % of households recipient of extension services Europe & Central Asia Tajikistan, 2007 % of households owning a telephone 9 7 8 Notes: % of improved seeds % of households using improved seeds % of households recipient of extension services % of households owning a telephone Save data...
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Score: 663064.16 - https://www.fao.org/family-far...es/dataportrait/technology/es/
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