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Saudi Arabia finances a housing programme in Hebron - UN Habitat press release - 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: Home / Saudi Arabia finances a housing programme in Hebron – UN Habitat press release Saudi Arabia finances a housing programme in Hebron – UN Habitat press release Saudi Arabia finances a housing programme in Hebron The MOU provides a framework for the establishment of a “Housing and Income Generating Programme for Widowed and Poor Women in Al Khalil (Hebron), the West Bank, the occupied Palestinian territories”. (...) She was pleased that the MOU was signed in the wake of such an auspicious development. The housing project for the women of Al Khalil is part of a portfolio of activities being implemented within the framework of the Special Human Settlements Programme for the Palestinian People and its Trust Fund. (...) In her meeting, the Executive Director also expressed her appreciation to HRH Prince Naif Bin Abdel Aziz, Minister of Interior and Director General of the Saudi Committee for the Palestinian People Relief, for having graciously approved the grant.
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Score: 1031975.6 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-198894/
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First General Meeting of the African Clean Cities Platform (ACCP) 2018 | UN-Habitat Skip to main content Top Menu Covid-19 Governance Donors Programmes Media centre Get involved Events Menu Main navigation About Us Overview Accountability Donors Evaluation Governance Leadership New Urban Agenda Our Strategy Partners Sustainable Development Goals Overview Accountability Annual Report Donors Evaluation Join us Leadership New Urban Agenda Our Strategy Partners Sustainable Development Goals Topics Climate Change Disability Energy Housing Human Rights Land Legislation Local Economic Development Local Governments and Decentralisation Migration Mobility Municipal Finance Planning and Design Public Space Regeneration Regional and Metropolitan Planning Rehabilitation Resilience and Risk Reduction Safety Slum Upgrading Waste Management Water and Sanitation Youth and Livelihoods Climate Change Gender Housing Human Rights Innovation Land Tenure Security Metropolitan Management Mobility and Transport National Urban Policy Public Space Resilience and Risk Reduction Slum Upgrading Solid Waste Management Urban Economy and Finance Urban Energy Urban Governance Urban Health Urban Legislation Urban Migration Urban Planning Urban Regeneration Urban Safety Urban-Rural Linkages Voluntary Local Reviews Water and Sanitation Youth Where We Are Africa Region Asia and the Pacific Region Arab States Region Latin America and the Caribbean Region Europe Africa Region Asia and the Pacific Region Arab States Region Latin America and the Caribbean Region Europe Angola Botswana Burkina Faso Cabo Verde Cameroon Chad Comoros Democratic Republic of the Congo Ethiopia Ghana Guinea Guinea Bissau Kenya Madagascar Malawi Mozambique Rwanda Sao Tome and Principe Somalia South Africa South Sudan Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Afghanistan Bangladesh Cambodia China Fiji India Iran (Islamic Republic of) Lao People’s Democratic Republic Malaysia Mongolia Myanmar Nepal Pakistan Philippines Solomon Islands Sri Lanka Thailand Viet Nam Egypt Iraq Jordan Kuwait GCC Lebanon Libya Saudi Arabia State of Palestine Sudan Syrian Arab Republic Tunisia Yemen Andean Countries HUB Argentina Bolivia (Plurinational State of) Brazil Chile Cuba Mexico Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Kosovo Office for European Institutions Spain Knowledge Best Practices Capacity Building Data and Analytics Research and Publications Best Practices Capacity Building City Prosperity Initiative Data and Analytics Global Future Cities Global Land Tool Network Research and Publications Global Urban Lectures Habitat UNI Her City Our City Plans UN-Habitat Learn Urban Agenda Platform Urban Data UrbanLex Urban Policy Platform Urban Resilience Hub World Cities Report Search Go Donate Donors Events Get involved Governance Media centre 3rd ACCP Assembly - Sharing Experiences towards Future Actions Learn More English Français Portuguese + Download the response plan + View the COVID-19 Appeal + Join us ACCP promotes joint action to realize clean and healthy cities in Africa _ English Français Portuguese + Download the response plan + View the COVID-19 Appeal + Join us African Clean Cities Platform _ English Français Portuguese + Download the response plan + View the COVID-19 Appeal + Join us Previous Next ACCP Menu About ACCP History Africa’s Waste Problems Activities Events Trainings & Webinars Projects & Activities Member Countries & Cities Resources Waste Wise Academy Newsletter Publications Menu About ACCP History Africa’s Waste Problems Activities Events Trainings & Webinars Projects & Activities Member Countries & Cities Resources Waste Wise Academy Newsletter Publications The first general meeting of the African Clean Cities Platform (ACCP) was held in Rabat, the capital of Morocco, for three days from June 26 to 28, 2018. 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Venue  Conference Center of the Ministry of Interior, Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco Language  English and French (with simultaneous interpretation) Co-organizers  Ministry of Interior (MOI), Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MOFAIC), and State Secretariat for Sustainable Development (SEDD) of Morocco, MOEJ, JICA, UNEP, UN-Habitat, City of Yokohama Co-Chairs  Mr. Abdelouafi Laftit, Minister of the Interior of Morocco / Mr. Tadahiko Ito, Minister of State for the Environment of Japan   Key Documents   ①Rabat Declaration(English) (env.go.jp) African Clean Cities Platform Secretariat (ACCP Secretariat)       About us Overview Accountability Annual Report Donors Evaluation Join us Leadership New Urban Agenda Our Strategy Partners Sustainable Development Goals Knowledge Research and Publications Best Practices Capacity Building City Prosperity Initiative Data and Analytics Global Future Cities Global Land Tool Network Research and Publications Global Urban Lectures Habitat UNI Her City Our City Plans UN-Habitat Learn Urban Agenda Platform Urban Data UrbanLex Urban Policy Platform Urban Resilience Hub World Cities Report Get involved Overview Awards Calls for Proposals Events National Urban Forums Urban October Waste Wise Cities World Cities Day World Urban Campaign World Urban Forum Governance Overview UN-Habitat Assembly Executive Board Monthly update including funding status Committee of Permanent Representatives Roadmap towards the meetings of the UN-Habitat Governing Bodies Previous sessions of the Governing Council General Assembly Reports Media centre Media centre News and Stories Connect Stay updated on sustainable urbanization Email address Submit ©  2012-2022 United Nations Human Settlements Programme Footer menu Contact Privacy Notice About Us Overview Accountability Donors Evaluation Governance Leadership New Urban Agenda Our Strategy Partners Sustainable Development Goals About Us Megamenu Topics Climate Change Disability Energy Housing Human Rights Land Legislation Local Economic Development Local Governments and Decentralisation Migration Mobility Planning and Design Public Space Regeneration Regional and Metropolitan Planning Rehabilitation Resilience and Risk Reduction Safety Slum Upgrading Waste Management Water and Sanitation Youth and Livelihoods Topics megamenu Where We Are Africa Region Angola Burkina Faso Burundi Cabo Verde Cameroon Chad Democratic Republic of the Congo Ethiopia Guinea Bissau Kenya Mozambique Rwanda Sao Tome and Principe Somalia Uganda Zambia Republic of Congo South Africa Asia and the Pacific Region Afghanistan Bangladesh Cambodia China Fiji India Iran (Islamic Republic of) Lao People’s Democratic Republic Malaysia Mongolia Myanmar Nepal Pakistan Philippines Solomon Islands Sri Lanka Thailand Viet Nam Arab States Region Egypt Iraq Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Libya Saudi Arabia State of Palestine Sudan Syrian Arab Republic Tunisia Yemen Latin America and the Caribbean Region Andean Countries HUB Argentina Bolivia (Plurinational State of) Brazil Chile Cuba Mexico Europe Brussels Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Kosovo Spain Where we are Megamenu Knowledge Best Practices Capacity Building Data and Analytics Knowledge Megamenu Search Search megamenu Donate Donors Events Get involved Governance Media centre
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Score: 1028073.4 - https://unhabitat.org/african-...lean-cities-platform-accp-2018
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The gathering will be inaugurated on Tuesday, October 16 by Cristian Monckeberg, Minister of Housing and Urbanism of Chile; Mario Cimoli, Deputy Executive Secretary of ECLAC; Marina Klemensiewicz, Secretary of Urban Infrastructure at the Ministry of Interior, Public Works and Housing of Argentina, in her capacity as President of MINURVI; and Stella Zervoudaki, Ambassador of the European Union in Chile. (...) For more information visit https://ciudades.cepal.org/2018/en What: Second Cities Conference When: Tuesday, October 16 to Friday, October 19 Inauguration : Tuesday, October 16 at 9 a.m. local time in Chile (GMT -3) Participants: Cristian Monckeberg, Minister of Housing and Urbanism of Chile Mario Cimoli, Deputy Executive Secretary of ECLAC Marina Klemensiewicz, Secretary of Urban Infrastructure at the Ministry of Interior, Public Works and Housing of Argentina Stella Zervoudaki, Ambassador of the European Union in Chile Where: ECLAC’s Headquarters.
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Score: 1026778.5 - https://www.cepal.org/en/news/...afe-affordable-and-sustainable
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The Department of Public Security of the Ministry of Interior, the National Asylum Commission, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Health, the Protection System for international protection holders and unaccompanied foreign minors, (called SIPROIMI), IOM and UNHCR collaborate with the Department in the implementation of the National Resettlement Program. 1.3 Process of Determining the Resettlement Quota and Composition The Italian Government (Ministry of the Interior) decides the quota for each period in accordance with the general objectives of the European Union and in consultation with the other stakeholders. 2. (...) Country Chapters – UNHCR Resettlement Handbook 7 11.2 Payment Flight tickets are purchased by IOM and the cost is covered by the Ministry of Interior. 11.3 Travel documents issued The travel documents are issued by the Italian consular services. (...) Unlike other regular migrants, refugees in Italy are not obliged to prove a minimum income and an adequate housing in order to apply for family reunification. 15.
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Score: 1026078.1 - https://www.unhcr.org/it/wp-co...s/97/2020/07/Italy-Chapter.pdf
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URL: https://unece.org/housing/cudhlm-session82 Ministers participating H.E. (...) David Lucas Paron  Secretary General for Urban Agenda and Housing, Spain   Mr. Xidoyatov Sherzod Saidjanovich Minister of Housing and Communal Services, Uzbekistan Ms. (...) Tilman Buchholz Deputy Head, Federal Ministry Interior, Building and Community, Germany Ms. Terhi Lehtonen State Secretary for Housing, Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change, Finland   Ms.
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Score: 1025532.9 - https://unece.org/info/Housing...-Land-Management/events/351392
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Although the consequences affect the entire population, they do affect stronger those that are the most in need. Urban numbers The housing deficit reaches 4.100.000 households, where 2.700.000 corresponds to qualitative deficit and 1.300.000 to quantitative deficit (2010). 16% of houses lack drinkable water and 45% sanitary sewer (2016). 17% of the population face lack of tenure security (2016). (...) Juan Maquieyra, President of the City of Buenos Aires Housing Institute Donors and partners The success of our work in Argentina relies on successful partnerships, particularly with national authorities. For the last two years UN-Habitat has been involved with the Ministry of Interior, Public Works and Housing. The agency has also developed partnerships with the Government of the City of Buenos Aires.
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Score: 1024190 - https://unhabitat.org/fr/node/142219
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However just on the four (income, health, education & housing) does not full capture it. 2 Reality of Poverty It was felt that the official data does not capture both the size as well as the deprivation experienced. (...) Does related to access to water and electricity especially in very interior locations in Sabah and Sarawak. 7 Documentation & citizenship Documentation is a key issues pertaining to poverty and people without documents are left out of all data and no access to services such as health, education, housing and other social support. Major issues faced by former Tamil plantation workers who are currently displaced in urban locations as well as among natives in Sabah and Sarawak from interior and forest based locations like the Penan community.
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Score: 1024000.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...alaysian_CSO_SDG_Alliance.docx
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The “Protocol on Institutional Capacity Improvement, Cooperation and Coordination Enhancement in the Services provided in the Context of Struggle with the Violence against Women” was signed on 12th April 2012 between the Gendarmerie General Command of the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Family and Social Policies. (...) Monitoring through Technical Methods (Electronic Handcuffs) (1) An Electronic Monitoring Section was established under the Fight against Domestic Violence and Juvenile Branch of Public Order Department of the Public Order Division on the campus of Security and Emergency States Coordination Center (GAMER) of the Ministry of Interior with a view to enforcing “Decision for Monitoring through Technical Methods” taken in accordance with Law No. 6284 on Protection of Family and Prevention of Violence against Women in the scope of the circular no. 1, dated 1st January 2020 of the Ministry of Interior. (2) The Electronic Monitoring Center began to work on the campus of Security and Emergency States Coordination Center (GAMER) of the Ministry of Interior round the clock on 2nd February 2021. (3) Since the Electronic Monitoring Center begins to work, a total of 9 cases has been monitored including 2 cases in Muğla, 2 in Aydın, 1 in Van, 1 in Bursa, 2 in Osmaniye and 1 in Antalya. d. (...) Under the Ministry of Interior’s control, the Electronic Monitoring Center with a capacity of 1000 people was established.
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Score: 1023480.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/default/files/2021-12/turkey.pdf
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At the relevant time, Ljube Boškoski was the Minister of the Interior of the FYROM and Johan Tarčulovski was a police officer. (...) Johan Tarčulovski’s sixth ground of appeal concerns his statements to a commission established by the Ministry of Interior to investigate what had occurred in Ljuboten. (...) The Appeals Chamber observes that the Trial Chamber was aware that the notifications made by the Ministry of Interior to the judicial authorities were not fully adequate.
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Score: 1021954.2 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/b...ki/acjug/en/100519_summary.pdf
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In late 2008, an agreement was signed between UNODC and the Ministry of Interior, UAE, to open a UNODC Sub-Regional Office in Abu Dhabi and to establish L-5, L-4 and L-3 positions. (...) By letter dated 17 June 2009, the Executive Director of UNODC informed the Ministry of Interior of the State of Qatar that the position of the Regional Programme Coordinator for the GCC countries in Vienna would be abolished and that given the fact that UNODC would soon open a Sub-Regional Office in Abu Dhabi, UAE, he had appointed the Applicant as UNODC Representative to the UAE and Special Representative to all Gulf countries. 11. By letter dated 19 June 2009, in response to a letter dated 29 April 2009 not available to the Tribunal, the Executive Director of UNODC informed the Ministry of Interior of the UAE that he had appointed the Applicant as UNODC Representative to the UAE and Special Representative to all Gulf countries and Case No.
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Score: 1019604.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...s/undt/orders/gva-2010-001.pdf
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