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Such reasons might include, for example: inadequate use and mismatch of occupational skills; inadequate income in current job(s); excessive hours of work; precarious job(s); inadequate tools, equipment or training for the assigned tasks; inadequate social services; travel to work difficulties; variable, arbitrary or inconvenient work schedules; recurring work stoppages because of delivery failures of raw material or energy; prolonged non-payment of wages; long overdue payments from customers. (...) Particular types of inadequate employment situations 17. Countries may in particular wish to consider, among the various types of inadequate employment situations, whether it is important to produce separate indicators for: (a) skill-related inadequate employment, characterized by inadequate utilization and mismatch of occupational skills, thus signifying poor utilization of human capital. (...) Analytical indicators associated with inadequate employment situations 18. For persons in the various inadequate employment situations separately identified according to national circumstances, countries may want to derive analytical indicators such as the following: (a) persons in each chosen type of inadequate employment situation, expressed as a percentage of the employed; (b) persons simultaneously in two or more inadequate employment situations, expressed as a percentage of the employed.
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Score: 774482.37 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...tiveinstrument/wcms_087487.pdf
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 Incompliant Airfield Signs, Markings, Lights  Inadequate SMS  Inadequate RFF facilities  Inadequate maintenance program  Inadequate training Incompliant Signs & Markings  Wrong location  Faded  Old markings not completed removed  Signs obscured by grass  Closed taxiways not signposted Non-Frangible Obstacles Inadequate SMS  SMS manual exists but…  Lack of hazard identification procedure and training  Not updated to SMS manual 2013 edition  No audits on service providers, e.g. ground handlers, conducted  Lack of good safety culture  Focus on disciplinary action rather than root cause analysis Inadequate RFF  Inadequate firefighting gear  Expired foam  Inadequate fire training facilities  Lack of training  Poor training records Who Has Participated in APEX?
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Score: 760299.76 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...%20apex%20slw%20oct%202016.pdf
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This list, and the next in section 2, has been compiled from a wide variety of sources, including inputs from stakeholders during the global online consultation and the regional conference discussions. a) Governance Inadequate governance structures to ensure institutional stability, transparency, accountability and rule of law and non-discrimination, which lead to taking of efficient decisions and underpin access to food and higher living standards; War, conflict and lack of security that play a major role in deepening hunger and food insecurity; in fragile states, conflict, political instability and weak institutions intensify food insecurity; Inadequate high-level political commitment and prioritization of the fight against hunger and malnutrition, including failure to fully implement past pledges and commitments and insufficient accountability; Inadequate coherence in policy-making and prioritization of policies, plans, programmes and funding to tackle hunger, malnutrition and food insecurity, focusing in particular on the most vulnerable and food insecure populations; Inadequate state services in rural areas and involvement by representatives of communities in decision-making processes affecting their livelihoods; Fragmented cooperation and financing, dispersion of assistance in large numbers of projects that lack scale to make significant impact and add to high administration costs.   b) Economic and production issues Poverty and inadequate access to food, often resulting from high unemployment and not enough decent work; inadequate social protection systems; unequal distribution of productive resources such as land, water, credit and knowledge; insufficient purchasing power for low-waged workers and the rural and urban poor; and low productivity of resources; Inadequate growth in agricultural production; Lack of an open, non-discriminatory, equitable, distortion-free, transparent multilateral trading system that promotes agriculture and rural development in developing countries could contribute to world food insecurity; Continuing insecurity of land tenure and access to land, water and other natural resources, particularly for women farmers; Insufficient international and national investment in the agricultural sector and rural infrastructure, particularly for small-scale food producers; Insufficient access by producers to relevant technologies, inputs and institutions; Insufficient focus on livestock production in agricultural systems; Inadequate infrastructure to reduce post-harvest losses as well as to provide access to markets; High levels of food waste; Lack of comprehensive technical assistance for food producers.   (...) Demographic changes: population growth, urbanization and rural-urban migration; rural employment and lack of opportunities for diversification of livelihoods; and growing inequalities between population groups within countrie Inadequate effective social protection systems, including safety nets; Marginalization and discrimination against vulnerable groups such as indigenous peoples, internally displaced persons or refugees, and social and cultural exclusion experienced by most of the victims of food insecurity and malnutrition; The social determinants of malnutrition, including access to safe water and sanitation, maternal and child care, and quality health care; Prevention and treatment of pests and diseases related to food and nutrition insecurity: the inappropriate consumption and over-consumption of food, often with a lack of essential micronutrients, can cause serious problems to health, including malnutrition and obesity; Low levels of education and literacy impacting malnutrition, including detrimental feeding/behavioural practices; Inadequate support dedicated to protecting best practices of infant and early childhood feeding. d) Climate/Environment Inadequate disaster preparedness and response is a factor contributing to hunger, which affects all dimensions of food security.
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Score: 740472.75 - https://www.fao.org/cfs/policy-products/onlinegsf/2/en/
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APIRG20 Report Appendix 2.7.1B LIST OF DEFICIENCIES IN THE AIR NAVIGATION FIELDS AMS State Name Requirements Facilities or Services Description of Deficiency Date first reported Comments on Deficiency Description of Corrective action Executing Body Target date for implementation Priority Angola AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Luanda FIC Inadequate VHF coverage of busy ATS routes 1998 Implement remote VHF stations 5 VHF stations to be installed ENANA U AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Luanda FIC HF poor quality and unavailable in oceanic area 2004 Improve facilities Install adequate equipment ENANA U Congo AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Brazzaville FIC Inadequate VHF Coverage 2009 Improve facilities Extension VHF coverage in progress ASECNA 2015 U Chad AMS AFI/7 Rec 9/12 N`Djamena FIR Inadequate VHF Coverage 2009 Improve facilities Extension VHF coverage in progress ASECNA 2015 U Dem. Rep. of Congo AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Kinshasa FIR Inadequate VHF coverage of busy ATS routes 1998 Improve facilities Extension VHF coverage in progress DR Congo 2011 U AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Kinshasa FIR HF poor quality Selcal not available 1998 FIC Kinshasa OP> April 2005 New installed equipment to be restored DR Congo 2011 U Malawi AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 FIR Lilongwe VHF coverage incomplete 2001 Install additional VHF relay stations at Muzuzu and Zomba Extension VHF coverage in progress. Equipment in place Malawi U Nigeria AMS AFI/7 Rec 9/12 Kano FIR Inadequate VHF Coverage 2009 Improve facilities Extension VHF coverage in progress NAMA 2015 U Somalia AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Mogadishu ACC Lack of VHF coverage of busy ATS ROUTES 1998 Implement remote VHF stations Install VHF relays Somalia U -------------
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Score: 738552 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...ciencies-CNS_APIRG20%20Rpt.pdf
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APIRG/20 - WP/8A Appendix 6 WP/8A 18/11/2015 Appendix 6 LIST OF DEFICIENCIES IN THE AIR NAVIGATION FIELDS AMS State Name Requirements Facilities or Services Description of Deficiency Date first reported Comments on Deficiency Description of Corrective action Executing Body Target date for implementation Priority Angola AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Luanda FIC Inadequate VHF coverage of busy ATS routes 1998 Implement remote VHF stations 5 VHF stations to be installed ENANA U AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Luanda FIC HF poor quality and unavailable in oceanic area 2004 Improve facilities Install adequate equipment ENANA U Congo AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Brazzaville FIC Inadequate VHF Coverage 2009 Improve facilities Extension VHF coverage in progress ASECNA 2015 U Chad AMS AFI/7 Rec 9/12 N`Djamena FIR Inadequate VHF Coverage 2009 Improve facilities Extension VHF coverage in progress ASECNA 2015 U Dem. Rep. of Congo AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Kinshasa FIR Inadequate VHF coverage of busy ATS routes 1998 Improve facilities Extension VHF coverage in progress DR Congo 2011 U AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Kinshasa FIR HF poor quality Selcal not available 1998 FIC Kinshasa OP> April 2005 New installed equipment to be restored DR Congo 2011 U Malawi AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 FIR Lilongwe VHF coverage incomplete 2001 Install additional VHF relay stations at Muzuzu and Zomba Extension VHF coverage in progress. Equipment in place Malawi U Nigeria AMS AFI/7 Rec 9/12 Kano FIR Inadequate VHF Coverage 2009 Improve facilities Extension VHF coverage in progress NAMA 2015 U Somalia AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Mogadishu ACC Lack of VHF coverage of busy ATS ROUTES 1998 Implement remote VHF stations Install VHF relays Somalia U -------------
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Score: 738552 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...G20%20-%20AMS_Deficiencies.pdf
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Microsoft Word - CNS_SG6 WP05.Appendix A_AMS Deficiencies.doc LIST OF DEFICIENCIES IN THE AIR NAVIGATION FIELDS AMS State Name Requirements Facilities or Services Description of Deficiency Date first reported Comments on Deficiency Description of Corrective action Executing Body Target date for implementation Priority Angola AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Luanda FIC Inadequate VHF coverage of busy ATS routes 1998 Implement remote VHF stations 5 VHF stations to be installed ENANA U AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Luanda FIC HF poor quality and unavailable in oceanic area 2004 Improve facilities Install adequate equipment ENANA U Congo AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Brazzaville FIC Inadequate VHF Coverage 2009 Improve facilities Extension VHF coverage in progress ASECNA 2015 U Chad AMS AFI/7 Rec 9/12 N`Djamena FIR Inadequate VHF Coverage 2009 Improve facilities Extension VHF coverage in progress ASECNA 2015 U Dem. Rep. of Congo AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Kinshasa FIR Inadequate VHF coverage of busy ATS routes 1998 Improve facilities Extension VHF coverage in progress DR Congo 2011 U AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Kinshasa FIR HF poor quality Selcal not available 1998 FIC Kinshasa OP> April 2005 New installed equipment to be restored DR Congo 2011 U Malawi AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 FIR Lilongwe VHF coverage incomplete 2001 Install additional VHF relay stations at Muzuzu and Zomba Extension VHF coverage in progress. Equipment in place Malawi U Nigeria AMS AFI/7 Rec 9/12 Kano FIR Inadequate VHF Coverage 2009 Improve facilities Extension VHF coverage in progress NAMA 2015 U Somalia AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Mogadishu ACC Lack of VHF coverage of busy ATS ROUTES 1998 Implement remote VHF stations Install VHF relays Somalia U -------------
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Score: 738552 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...dix%20A_AMS%20Deficiencies.pdf
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Inadequate plumbing systems likely contributed to SARS transmission Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) In the absence of proper maintenance and without consistent monitoring, reviewing, enforcing and updating of building standards and practices, inadequate plumbing and sewage systems could continue to enhance the potential of SARS and some other diseases to spread. (...) In this case, droplets originating from virus-rich excreta in a given building’s drainage system re-entered into resident’s apartments via sewage and drainage systems where there were strong upward air flows, inadequate “traps” and non-functional water seals. Meeting in Rome, an international group of WHO experts reviewed the transmission risks related to the current state of plumbing systems around the world and how inadequate construction and maintenance practices could contribute to the spread of SARS.
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Score: 734525.7 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...ntributed-to-sars-transmission
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---END--- CNS/SG/4 – WP/11 30/06/2011 Appendix: LIST OF DEFICIENCIES IN THE AIR NAVIGATION FIELDS AMS State Name Requirements Facilities or Services Description of Deficiency Date first reported Comments on Deficiency Description of Corrective action Executing Body Target date for implementation Priority Angola AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Luanda FIC Inadequate VHF coverage of busy ATS routes 1998 Implement remote VHF stations 5 VHF stations to be installed ENANA U AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Luanda FIC HF poor quality and unavailable in oceanic area 2004 Improve facilities Install adequate equipment ENANA U Congo AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Brazzaville FIC Inadequate VHF Coverage 2009 Improve facilities Extension VHF coverage in progress ASECNA 2011 U Chad AMS AFI/7 Rec 9/12 N`Djamena FIR Inadequate VHF Coverage 2009 Improve facilities Extension VHF coverage in progress ASECNA 2011 U Dem. Rep. of Congo AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Kinshasa FIR Inadequate VHF coverage of busy ATS routes 1998 Improve facilities Extension VHF coverage in progress DR Congo 2011 U AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Kinshasa FIR HF poor quality Selcal not available 1998 FIC Kinshasa OP> April 2005 New installed equipment to be restored DR Congo 2011 U Libya AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Kinshasa FIR Inadequate VHF coverage of busy ATS routes 2004 Implement remote VHF stations Libya U Malawi AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 FIR Lilongwe VHF coverage incomplete 2001 Install additional VHF relay stations at Muzuzu and Zomba Extension VHF coverage in progress. Equipment in place Malawi U Nigeria AMS AFI/7 Rec 9/12 Kano FIR Inadequate VHF Coverage 2009 Improve facilities Extension VHF coverage in progress NAMA 2011 U Somalia AMS AFI/7 Rec. 9/12 Mogadishu ACC Lack of VHF coverage of busy ATS ROUTES 1998 Implement remote VHF stations Install VHF relays Somalia U -------------
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Score: 731769.87 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc.../2011/CNS_SG4/docs/wp11_en.pdf
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KEY CONSTRAINTS OF NATIONAL HRH MANAGEMENT Inadequate funds &basic necessities for key HR management functions. deployment and retention of the health workforce difficult Poor salary levels dual employment is rife absenteeism and inadequate coverage inequitable distribution of HRH Inadequate HRH leadership and management skills inadequate skills in leadership and management rapidly mobile Health workforce.
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Score: 730641.65 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...Laurence_Kaggwa_MoH_Uganda.pdf
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D) – UNICEF – HQ – PD - Nutrition UNDESA EXPERT GROUP MEETING Sept. 16-17, 2019 | New York Nutrition throughout the lifecycle Baby Low birthweight Child Stunted Adolescent Stunted Older people Malnourished Woman Malnourished Pregnancy Low weight gain Inadequate catchup growthInadequate fetal nutrition Untimely/inadquate feeding Frequent infections Inadequate food, care, health Inadequate food, care, health Reduced mental capacity Reduced physical capacity and fat-free mass Inadequate food, care, health Inadequate food, care, health Reduced capacity for child care Increased maternal mortality Impaired mental development Higher mortality ACC/SCN (2000) Fourth Report on the World Nutrition Situation. (...) The immediate causes are inadequate dietary intake and disease. Inadequate dietary intake and diseases are caused by food insecurity, inadequate care for women and children, insufficient health services, and unsanitary environments. These underlying issues are caused by conflict, inadequate education, poverty, gender inequality, inadequate infrastructure, and other basic issues.
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Score: 667506.2 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...rition%20ICPD%20-%20UNICEF.pdf
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