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To a large extent, the statistical concepts to describe such situations have not been sufficiently developed. 6. Employed persons may be simultaneously in underemployment and inadequate employment situations. (...) Subject to the availability of funds, a programme of work should be sponsored by the ILO to refine the measurement of time-related underemployment and to further develop concepts and definitions for the indicators of inadequate employment situations. (...) As far as possible, the ILO should cooperate with countries in the implementation of the definition of time-related underemployment and in the development and application of methods to describe indicators of inadequate employment situations as recommended in this resolution, and disseminate the information about the experiences gained.
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Score: 986758.6 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...tiveinstrument/wcms_087487.pdf
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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.   (...) The prevalence of undernourishment has declined at global level from 18.6% in the period 1990-92 to 10.9% in 2014-2016 while in developing countries from 23.3% to 12.9% during the same period meaning that developing regions as a whole have almost reached the MDG 1c hunger target. (...) The number of undernourished in developing countries has decreased from 990.7 million in the period 1990-92 to 779.9 million in 2014-2016 which is far from the World Food Summit (WFS) target to reduce the number to 515 million by 2015 .
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Score: 979109.7 - https://www.fao.org/cfs/policy-products/onlinegsf/2/en/
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Guinea Bissau Emergency plan; Bissau No aerodrome 1993 Develop an airport DGAC/ENAG A Annex 14 Vol.1 emergency plan. emergency plan. para. 9.1.1 - 9.1.15 Conduct full scale emergency Implementation of Bissau Lighting aids 1993 Inadequate visual Rehabilitation of DGCA A visual aids AFI/7 inadequate. guidance to pilots lighting aids Conc. 4/1 Annex 14 required. (...) Conc. 4/2 and 4/9, persons to airside Annex 14 Vol.I, inadequate. para 8.4.1 - 8.4.3 Mozambique Emergency plan; Maputo No aerodrome 2002 Existing draft quite Develop an airport Aeroportos de 2003 U Annex 14 Vol., emergency plan. old, inaccurate and emergency plan. (...) Aerodrome Kigali Aerodrome not 2003 The development of Complete the CAAR 2005 U certification Annex certified. procedures have development of the 14, Vol.I Para. not been completed procedures and 1.4.1. - 1.4.6 as at Feb. 2004. implement requirement Sao Tome & Principe Rescue and fire Sao Tomé Level of protection 2002 Acquire 2 additional ENASA U fighting; Afi/7 inadequate.
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Score: 968591.9 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...nts/APIRG/APIRG15/wp10_eng.pdf
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Agency for International Development (USAID), Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and the Rockefeller Foundation with the support from other key related partners. (...) Institutional dimensions  Educational institutes lie mainly in big cities and based on the facilities of the tertiary care health facilities,  Inadequate evidences on the positive impact of transformative education on health and health systems outcomes,  Inadequate infrastructure, teaching and learning materials and financial resource to support faculty members and students, especially in resource poor settings,  Inadequate number, qualification, incentive/motivation and career path, and continuous professional development program, especially post-graduate training, for faculty members especially those in public health, social science and community development;  Questionable quality of training institutes, inadequate accreditation and reaccreditation.  Inadequate leadership and management capacity of academic institution and professional bodies IV. Coordination  Inadequate collaboration between ministries involved in education, regulators and users of HRH, often conflicts and rivalry and competitive relationship across health professional groups and education institutes;  inadequate coordination between public and private health sectors, competing for scarce clinical placements and HRH Recommendations 3 I.
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Score: 965594.2 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...G2_TransformativeEducation.pdf
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Guinea Bissau Emergency plan; Bissau No aerodrome 1993 Develop an airport DGAC/ENAG A Annex 14 Vol.1 emergency plan. emergency plan. para. 9.1.1 - 9.1.15 Conduct full scale emergency Implementation of Bissau Lighting aids 1993 Inadequate visual Rehabilitation of DGCA A visual aids AFI/7 inadequate. guidance to pilots lighting aids Conc. 4/1 Annex 14 required. (...) Conc. 4/2 and 4/9, persons to airside Annex 14 Vol.I, inadequate. para 8.4.1 - 8.4.3 Mozambique Emergency plan; Maputo No aerodrome 2002 Existing draft quite Develop an airport Aeroportos de 2003 U Annex 14 Vol., emergency plan. old, inaccurate and emergency plan. (...) Aerodrome Kigali Aerodrome not 2003 The development of Complete the CAAR 2005 U certification Annex certified. procedures have development of the 14, Vol.I Para. not been completed procedures and 1.4.1. - 1.4.6 as at Feb. 2004. implement requirement Sao Tome & Principe Rescue and fire Sao Tomé Level of protection 2002 Acquire 2 additional ENASA U fighting; Afi/7 inadequate.
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Score: 955234.4 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...nts/APIRG/APIRG15/wp10_fre.pdf
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Urban contexts with housing conditions below average experience poorer equity and inclusion, reduced urban safety and livelihood opportunities, and have neglected connectivity and provision of public space. Inadequate housing thus remains a global urban sustainability challenge, but also development opportunity. (...) At a later stage, a composite index will be developed that will incorporate all measures (combining slum/informal settlements and inadequate housing) and provide one estimate. (...) Currently, the data for this indicator is already being reported in nearly all developing countries on what refers to slums and informal settlements, and in some countries for what refers to expenditure on housing (for inadequate housing).
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Score: 953947.3 - https://unhabitat.org/sites/de..._indicator_metadata-11.1.1.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Laurence_Kaggwa_MoH_Uganda.ppt HRH MANAGEMENT ISSUES AT NATIONAL LEVEL EXAMPLES FROM UGANDA Lawrence Kaggwa Planning and Development Directorate. MOH KEY CONSTRAINTS OF NATIONAL HRH MANAGEMENT Several actors Ministries - of Health, Education and Sports, Public Service, Finance and Economic Development, Local Government (authority for recruiting and retaining health workers is devolved to the districts), District Administrations (supervisors) Health Professional Councils (ethics and professional practice). (...) 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: 953462.5 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...Laurence_Kaggwa_MoH_Uganda.pdf
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Inadequately managed plastic waste  | UNECE Skip to main content English Pусский Advanced Search Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Urban Development, Housing & Land Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos UNECE Inadequately managed plastic waste  More options Inadequately managed plastic waste  Pros & Cons 3 Pros: •    The causation for plastics in oceans is seemingly well portrayed •    Shows not absolute amount of plastic waste, but only the inadequately managed share •    Provides a clear geographic pattern 3 Cons: •    Essential info missing: % of how much waste?
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Score: 950006.3 - https://unece.org/inadequately-managed-plastic-waste
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From agriculture production to nutrition… Livelihood zones and food insecurity The rice and secondary gold mine zone (northern Tonkolili and bordering Koinadugu) had the highest prevalence of food insecurity (69%) 68% are food insecure in the livestock trade and food crop zone (most of Koinadugu and the northeast corner of Kono) The least affected zones are the Freetown peri-urban (24%) and the cash crop, food crop and trade zone in the southeast of the country (28%) Chronic malnutrition : High rates of stunting in Southern and Eastern regions Food security and Malnutrition Sierra Leone Food insecurity: highest in Northern and parts of Southern, but Eastern relatively food secure 40+% 30-39.9% 20-29.9% Stunting prevalence, children 6-59 months (2010) Western Urban 20.9% (Western slum areas = 25.9%) Western Rural 26.6% Moyam ba 44.5% Bonthe 38.4% Pujehu n 43.7% Bo 38.5% Kenem a 41.1% Kailahu n 41.8% Koinadug u 34.4% Tonkolili 32.8% Bombali 28.2% Port Loko 35.2% Kambia 38.6% Kono 31.5% Underlying causes at household level Inadequate dietary intake Disease Immediate causes Basic causes at societal level Outcomes Poor water, sanitation & inadequate HEALTH services Source: UNICEF Malnutrition, death & disability Quantity and quality of actual RESOURCES human, economic & organisational and the way they are controlled Potential resources: environment, technology, people Nutrition a common development goal Inadequate maternal & child CARE practices Insufficient access to FOOD Inadequate dietary intake Disease Poor water, sanitation & inadequate HEALTH services Source: UNICEF Malnutrition, death & disability Quantity and quality of actual RESOURCES human, economic & organisational and the way they are controlled Potential resources: environment, technology, people From food security to food and nutrition security Inadequate maternal & child CARE practices Insufficient access to FOOD Food security Nutrition security Inadequate dietary intake Disease Poor water, sanitation & inadequate HEALTH services Source: UNICEF Malnutrition, death & disability Quantity and quality of actual RESOURCES human, economic & organisational and the way they are controlled Potential resources: environment, technology, people How can agriculture contribute? Inadequate maternal & child CARE practices Insufficient access to FOOD Production, processing and marketing of nutritious foods Food availability (year round) Income Access (year round) Utilization Natural and human resource management Nutrition communication Labor saving technology Income used for health and hygiene Reduce Agriculture related diseases Sierra Leone and Uganda examples Some concepts Nutrition-sensitive value chains Nutrition-sensitive food systems Sustainable diets: Health Environment Economic The nutritional impact of agricultural programmes is not automatic!
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Score: 949939.4 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...g_nutrition_in_agriculture.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: 722445.65 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...rition%20ICPD%20-%20UNICEF.pdf
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