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The reservations of the United States Government related to the following items: 6-Ex-C Wheat flour - etc. 68-A-L Mechanical machines, etc. 20-Ex-B Infants food 70-C Haberdashery 71-2-3 Imitation jewelry 94-B Manufactures of asbestos 70-D Aluminium hardware 90-F Certain fabrics.
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Score: 997874.2 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90670094.pdf
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Online-survey "Regional consultative process with civil society organizations and other stakeholders" Skip to main content FAO Header menu About FAO In Action Countries Themes Media Publications Statistics Partnerships English Español Français العربية 中文 Русский Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum) Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum) Main navigation Homepage Background Activities Resources News Members Partners Surveys 29.09.2014 - 27.10.2014 respondents: 142 Online-survey "Regional consultative process with civil society organizations and other stakeholders" In order to implement FAO’s Partnerships Strategy in line with the FAO Strategic Objectives and the regional priorities, the FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia (FAO REU) imitated a regional consultative process with civil society organisations and other relevant stakeholders.
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Score: 997874.2 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/s...ociety-organizations-and-other
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Banuri’s presentation illustrated the following concepts: Envisioning sustainable development Recognizing Sustainable Development Willing sustainable development (making it happen) - Learning by listening - From Rio to Reality - Civic will- a distinct motivation - Imagining sustainable development - Pushing reform - Pulling reform - Creating spaces for reform - Champions - Community rootedness - Sustainable livelihoods - Wise use of resources - Ecological integrity Adaptability and “scaling out” - Durability - Connectedness and partnerships - Investing in people - Invest in innovation - Invest in institutions - Invest in communication - Invest in partnerships - Invest in a supporting environment - Invest in imitation CSD 17 PARTNERSHIPS FAIR Working session on the Future of Partnerships Summary of key messages 5 May, 2009 For more information, contact: - Page 2 - CSD Secretariat’s Partnerships Team 2 UN Plaza, DC2-2220, New York, NY 10017 Email: beyondwssd@un.org; Fax: +1 (917) 367-2341 The meeting was divided into two discussion sessions. (...) It was hoped that the consultations could also provide a pragmatic and dynamic forum to review and assess what partnerships have collectively achieved, identify lessons learned and best practices, as well as serve as a fertile ground to open opportunities and possibilities for replicability, scaling up, expansion, imitation and adaptation of initiatives. Capacity building and institutional development for Governments in order to integrate partnerships more effectively in support of the implementation of their national sustainable development strategies and development cooperation frameworks was also supported to further understand the potential and enhance the use of this mechanism.
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Score: 989986.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...RTNERSHIPS_SUMMARY5MAY2009.pdf
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Score: 989986.1 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../09/05/T09050000010007PDFE.pdf
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Although Larissa told us that Ajna likes to imitate adult dialogues, we believe that Ajna' calls to come to the cafe are a result of a desire, not an imitation, and we hope that Larissa and Šefket are "minted".
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Score: 989986.1 - https://www.unicef.org/bih/en/...ring-all-hurdles-and-obstacles
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Reading milestones While every child is different, here are some of the milestones you may observe as your child's reading skills develop: Birth – 18 months Understands some simple phrases Looks at books and tries to turn pages Imitates speech At around 1 year can say one or more words 18 months – 3 years Can say 250 – 350 words at around 2 years and 800 – 1,000 words at around 3 years Enjoys listening to familiar books Says a repeated phrase from a favourite book Imitates the sounds of adults speaking Asks to be read to 3 – 5 years Recognizes familiar letters and tries to write them Holds a book correctly and turns the pages Identifies rhyming words Uses sentences comfortably Learns from books that are read aloud Article by Mandy Rich, Digital Content Writer, UNICEF More parenting tips Explainer Your baby's developmental milestones Find out about your little one's journey during the first two years of life Read now Video Baby talk Do you speak baby talk?
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Score: 989986.1 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...ach-your-child-to-love-reading
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UNICEF Reading milestones   While every child is different, here are some of the milestones you may observe as your child's reading skills develop: Birth – 18 months Understands some simple phrases Looks at books and tries to turn pages Imitates speech At around 1 year can say one or more words 18 months – 3 years Can say 250 – 350 words at around 2 years and 800 – 1,000 words at around 3 years Enjoys listening to familiar books Says a repeated phrase from a favorite book Imitates the sounds of adults speaking Asks to be read to 3 – 5 years Recognizes familiar letters and tries to write them Holds a book correctly and turns the pages Identifies rhyming words Uses sentences comfortably Learns from books that are read aloud Article by Mandy Rich, Digital Content Writer, UNICEF Related topics Education Early education Basic education European Union More to explore Article Babies need humans, not screens Find out why, and how, too much screen time can harm your child.
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Score: 989986.1 - https://www.unicef.org/romania...-teach-your-child-love-reading
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Reading milestones While every child is different, here are some of the milestones you may observe as your child's reading skills develop: Birth – 18 months Understands some simple phrases Looks at books and tries to turn pages Imitates speech At around 1 year can say one or more words 18 months – 3 years Can say 250 – 350 words at around 2 years and 800 – 1,000 words at around 3 years Enjoys listening to familiar books Says a repeated phrase from a favourite book Imitates the sounds of adults speaking Asks to be read to 3 – 5 years Recognizes familiar letters and tries to write them Holds a book correctly and turns the pages Identifies rhyming words Uses sentences comfortably Learns from books that are read aloud Related topics Literacy Georgia More to explore Press release 14 September 2022 UNICEF and USAID review joint efforts to promote media literacy among young people in Georgia to address disinformation on COVID-19 Visit the page Press release 03 May 2018 Media literacy and content analysis of media reports on children – Charter and UNICEF cooperation takes a new direction Visit the page Footer UNICEF Home What we do Stories Publications and Reports Press Centre Take action About us CRC Contact us Our mandate Partnerships and ambassadors Work for UNICEF UNICEF Global UNICEF Connect Voices of Youth Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Legal Contact us Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 989986.1 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia...-teach-your-child-love-reading
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Zakhirai-Nizamshahi Description: Author: Rustam Jurjani This book was written in the 13th century and imitates the famous medical books by Zeynaddin Jurjani.
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Score: 988355.3 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/24924/
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