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Gaza: Increased Number of Casualties Stretching UN Ability to Treat Those in Need – Daily Press Briefing by SecGen Spokesman (excerpts) - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home About The Committee on Palestinian Rights Division for Palestinian Rights Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Working Group Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme UNISPAL About UNISPAL Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Gaza: Increased Number of Casualties Stretching UN Ability to Treat Those in Need – Daily Press Briefing by SecGen Spokesman (excerpts) Home / Gaza: Increased Number of Casualties Stretching UN Ability to Treat Those in Need – Daily Press Briefing by SecGen Spokesman (excerpts) Gaza: Increased Number of Casualties Stretching UN Ability to Treat Those in Need – Daily Press Briefing by SecGen Spokesman (excerpts) HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NOON BRIEFING BY STÉPHANE DUJARRIC, SPOKESMAN FOR SECRETARY-GENERAL ANTÓNIO GUTERRES WEDNESDAY, 11 APRIL 2018 /… GAZA: INCREASED NUMBER OF CASUALTIES STRETCHING U.N. ABILITY TO TREAT THOSE IN NEED The Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs ( OCHA ) indicate that the influx of casualties over the past two weeks, totaling 30 killed and nearly 3,000 injured, has stretched their ability to cope with urgent medical treatment needs.
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Score: 981919.6 - https://www.un.org/unispal/doc...-by-secgen-spokesman-excerpts/
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page It's about ability (implemented in 2010-2013) Montenegro is consistently progressing on the road of becoming an inclusive society UNICEF Montenegro Available in: Crnogorski English Shqip It's about ability Montenegro is consistently progressing on the road of becoming an inclusive society It’s About Ability campaign was initiated by UNICEF and the Government of Montenegro in September 2010 to address the social exclusion and discrimination of children with disabilities revealed in the knowledge, attitudes and practices survey conducted in August 2010.  (...) The percentage of citizens who find it acceptable for a child with disability to attend the same class with theirs increased from 35 per cent in 2010 before the campaign to 78 per cent in January 2015. (...) UNICEF Crna Gora It's about ability campaign videos load more It's about ability campaign news and stories Article “It's about Ability” campaign recognized as innovative Exemplary in the areas of innovation, impact and possibility Read the story Article “It’s about ability” campaign results in 80 per cent of citizens supporting Inclusive Education Read the story Article Young volunteers advocates for inclusive society in Pljevlja International Volunteer Day was traditionally celebrated in Pljevlja through the ceremony organized by the Day Care Centre for children with disabilities Read the story load more It's about ability publications and surveys Report Attitudes towards inclusion of children with disabilities Basis: Total population (nationally representative) See the full report Report Inclusion of children with disability in Montenegro (2013) It's about ability See the full report load more It's about ability campaign posters load more Footer UNICEF Montenegro Home Publications and surveys Stories Campaigns About us Our Representative Our Goodwill Ambassador Media Center Ethical guidelines Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 978827.9 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...-ability-implemented-2010-2013
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•Relative to the period before launching of the campaign “It's about ability”, level of acceptance of all categories of children with disabilities is significantly statistically increased now. (...) •Every fifth citizen of Montenegro thinks that by providing professional assistance and through special relation of society and institutions, it is possible to FULLY enable a child with disabilities  for life in society (which is for 6% more than in the period before launching of the campaign “It's about ability”.) •Citizens have more positive attitude towards inclusion now than before launching of the campaign “It’s about ability”. (...) Relative to the period before launching of the campaign “It's about ability”, this increase of 7% is very significant. •44% of citizens think that the rights of children with disabilities are respected equally as the rights of other children, which is for 7% less than in the previous wave, and  43% that their rights are respected to a lesser extent.
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Score: 972039.55 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...ility-montenegro-december-2010
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GRD - National insurance Scheme - Grenada BENEFITS Short TermShort TermShort TermShort Term SicknessSicknessSicknessSickness Maternity Maternity Maternity Maternity –––– Allowance & GrantAllowance & GrantAllowance & GrantAllowance & Grant FuneralFuneralFuneralFuneral Employment Injury Employment Injury Employment Injury Employment Injury ---- Long TermLong TermLong TermLong Term AgeAgeAgeAge InvalidityInvalidityInvalidityInvalidity SurvivorsSurvivorsSurvivorsSurvivors NIS GRENADA – WHO IS COVERED • Registration is mandatoryRegistration is mandatoryRegistration is mandatoryRegistration is mandatory • All employeesAll employeesAll employeesAll employees • All selfAll selfAll selfAll self----employed personsemployed personsemployed personsemployed persons • Diplomats are excludedDiplomats are excludedDiplomats are excludedDiplomats are excluded CONTRIBUTORS INSUREDINSUREDINSUREDINSURED POPULATION POPULATION POPULATION POPULATION 53,26353,26353,26353,263 Employed 52,349 Self-Employed 896 Voluntary 18 CONTRIBUTION RATE AGEAGEAGEAGE EmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployee EmployerEmployerEmployerEmployer SelfSelfSelfSelf---- employedemployedemployedemployed 16 16 16 16 ----60606060 4%4%4%4% 5%5%5%5% 9%9%9%9% UnderUnderUnderUnder 16 & 16 & 16 & 16 & Over 60Over 60Over 60Over 60 0%0%0%0% 1%1%1%1% Over 60Over 60Over 60Over 60 1%1%1%1% INSURABLE EARNINGS • SelfSelfSelfSelf----employed persons contributes 9% of employed persons contributes 9% of employed persons contributes 9% of employed persons contributes 9% of their declared earnings.their declared earnings.their declared earnings.their declared earnings. • Has the ability to increase or decrease Has the ability to increase or decrease Has the ability to increase or decrease Has the ability to increase or decrease (must apply for approval)(must apply for approval)(must apply for approval)(must apply for approval) • Insurable Earning Limit: $5000 per Insurable Earning Limit: $5000 per Insurable Earning Limit: $5000 per Insurable Earning Limit: $5000 per monthmonthmonthmonth PROCEDURES FOR AFFILIATION The procedures for contribution collection The procedures for contribution collection The procedures for contribution collection The procedures for contribution collection and benefit payments are the same as and benefit payments are the same as and benefit payments are the same as and benefit payments are the same as for employers and employeesfor employers and employeesfor employers and employeesfor employers and employees INCENTIVES TO FORMALIZATION No additional incentivesNo additional incentivesNo additional incentivesNo additional incentives CHALLENGES All groups are covered however All groups are covered however All groups are covered however All groups are covered however compliance compliance compliance compliance is low and difficult to is low and difficult to is low and difficult to is low and difficult to monitor monitor monitor monitor among:among:among:among: • SelfSelfSelfSelf----employed personsemployed personsemployed personsemployed persons • Persons employed by private householdsPersons employed by private householdsPersons employed by private householdsPersons employed by private households • MMMMicro businesses.icro businesses.icro businesses.icro businesses. • Casual WorkersCasual WorkersCasual WorkersCasual Workers THANK YOU!
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Score: 968636.2 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...s/presentation/wcms_547506.pdf
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TDR | Increasing the use of research evidence in health policies Skip to main content Access Home Alt+0 Navigation Alt+1 Content Alt+2 Search Search the WHO .int site Submit Advanced search Navigation Home News About us Research for implementation Strengthening Research Capacity Grants Publications & resources Global Engagement and Partnerships Diseases & topics Research on neglected priority needs, including product R&D, evaluation in real life settings, and increasing access to new tools Developing research leadership through education, training, networks and quality management Assessing global research needs and priorities, providing knowledge management and support for partner coordination All the calls for research and training grants, career development fellowships and how to apply Read, download or order TDR's publications and multimedia resources For the latest news, press releases and TDR events For more on TDR's strategy, governance, history and to find our staff For more on TDR partnerships and networks Menu News Latest news Increasing the use of research evidence in health policies TDR news item 24 September 2015 Policy-makers can learn how to increase their use of research evidence, according to 3 new publications that have come out of a TDR IMPACT grant. (...) The Online Journal of Public Health Informatics noted how skills increased to identify and share the right kind of information to influence policy decisions and actions. (...) Any capacity enhancement initiative designed to enable policy-makers to prepare and use policy briefs effectively and efficiently, should contain knowledge and skills building components that will improve the following: (i) Policy-makers’ ability to clarify policy relevant problems; (ii) Policy-makers’ ability to decide on – and describe – the options to address the problem; (iii) Policy-makers’ ability to identify and address barriers to implementing policy options; and (iv) Policy-makers’ ability to organise and run policy dialogues.
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Score: 961172.1 - https://www.who.int/tdr/news/2...s-evidence-health-policies/en/
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Results: Some impact on financial attitude and risk management 10% decrease of negative perception towards insurance Partially improved attitude towards savings 9% increase of setting money aside for future emergencies 22% increase in ability to put money aside for emergency expenses; Little evidence with respect to asset building (except for 8-10% increase of savings incidence); Many mixed and counter-intuitive results for multiple borrowing/over-indebtedness and vulnerability. Increased borrowing from informal source by 19-22% 9% increase in taking out loan to repay another Ability to cover HH expenses reduced by almost 20% while ability to cover unforeseen HH expenses increased 8-13% Relevant links: 1 Page poster with summary of MF4DW intervention and MFI profile VisionFund Cambodia Microfinance and risk management: An impact assessment of a client training on financial education.
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Score: 960023 - https://www.ilo.org/empent/are...WCMS_440098/lang--en/index.htm
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Results: Some impact on financial attitude and risk management 10% decrease of negative perception towards insurance Partially improved attitude towards savings 9% increase of setting money aside for future emergencies 22% increase in ability to put money aside for emergency expenses; Little evidence with respect to asset building (except for 8-10% increase of savings incidence); Many mixed and counter-intuitive results for multiple borrowing/over-indebtedness and vulnerability. Increased borrowing from informal source by 19-22% 9% increase in taking out loan to repay another Ability to cover HH expenses reduced by almost 20% while ability to cover unforeseen HH expenses increased 8-13% Relevant links: 1 Page poster with summary of MF4DW intervention and MFI profile VisionFund Cambodia Microfinance and risk management: An impact assessment of a client training on financial education.
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Score: 960023 - www.ilo.org/empent/area...WCMS_440098/lang--en/index.htm
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How can the digitization of business rules be accelerated to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of digital trust decisions? (...) Regulatory bodies are increasing demands on businesses to protect customers, end users, marketplaces and suppliers from rapidly increasing rates of incidents of data and identify theft, fraud, denial of service, ransomware, terrorism and other threats. (...) The speed and accuracy with which business decisions can be made is increased by the proportion of business rules that can be digitized.
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Score: 956956 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...n/20180326/Documents/Eloge.pdf
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Page 497 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 497 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 497 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things 5 8.7 Security and privacy protection capabilities The security and privacy protection group includes communication security capability, data management security capability, service provision security capability, security integration capability, mutual authentication and authorization capability, and security audit capability. • Communication security capability involves the abilities of supporting secure, trusted and privacy-protected communication [C-7-1]. • Data management security capability involves the abilities of providing secure, trusted and privacy-protected data management [C-7-2]. • Service provision security capability involves the abilities of providing secure, trusted and privacy-protected service provision [C-7-3]. • Security integration capability involves the abilities of integrating different security policies and techniques related to the variety of IoT functional components [C-7-4]. • Mutual authentication and authorization capability involves the abilities of authenticating and authorizing each other before a device accesses the IoT based on predefined security policies [C-7-5]. • Security audit capability involves the abilities of monitoring any data access or attempt to access IoT applications in a fully transparent, traceable and reproducible way based on appropriate regulation and laws [C-7-6]. NOTE – These security and privacy protection capabilities include also the ability of coping with the security and privacy protection issues for operations across different domains. 9 IoT capabilities for integration of key emerging technologies The following clauses describe the IoT capabilities for integration of some key emerging technologies, in alignment with the IoT capabilities list provided in Annex A. (...) In this way, the IoT infrastructure can increase its scalability for computing, data storage and other aspects, and also increase energy efficiency.
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Score: 950895.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../files/basic-html/page497.html
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In addition, every second citizen (45 per cent) noticed the music video  It’s about ability  made by the UNICEF National Goodwill Ambassador Rambo Amadeus together with children. (...) In particular, the percentage of citizens who think that children with disability are equally valuable members of society increased from 74 per cent before the campaign in August 2010 to 90 per cent in December 2012. (...) A much greater percentage of citizens believe that it is good for children with disability to attend mainstream schools since that affects positively their development (increase from 57 per cent before the campaign to 71 per cent in December 2012) and helps make other children more tolerant and sensitive to diversity (increase from 59 per cent before the campaign to 67 per cent in December 2012). 
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Score: 947465 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...-citizen-has-changed-behaviour
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