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Available assessments of the 2030 Agenda and Agenda 2063 implementation progress indicate that most African nations are off-track to achieve the targets and set-goals of the two development blueprints within the set timeframe. (...) The 8 th ARFSD will champion the continent as a destination of opportunity in line with the targets of the five SDGs on the agenda alongside corresponding continental aspirations. (...) The forum displays governments working together with all stakeholders and international partners through various multi-sectoral platforms to support development initiatives targeting young people, women and children. So far, this has been possible as ARFSD advances stronger, accessible, open, durable and sustainable governance structures that are tolerant, accommodative and inclusive to augment and at the same time bolster development.
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Score: 739861.6 - https://www.uneca.org/stories/...w-development-epoch-for-africa
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Available assessments of the 2030 Agenda and Agenda 2063 implementation progress indicate that most African nations are off-track to achieve the targets and set-goals of the two development blueprints within the set timeframe. (...) The 8 th ARFSD will champion the continent as a destination of opportunity in line with the targets of the five SDGs on the agenda alongside corresponding continental aspirations. (...) The forum displays governments working together with all stakeholders and international partners through various multi-sectoral platforms to support development initiatives targeting young people, women and children. So far, this has been possible as ARFSD advances stronger, accessible, open, durable and sustainable governance structures that are tolerant, accommodative and inclusive to augment and at the same time bolster development.
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Score: 739861.6 - https://www.uneca.org/node/4769
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Two million children from birth to five years of age in five regions were targeted to receive the polio vaccine. Starting in the Northern region, the campaign was extended to the Greater Accra region where the virus was later detected. Long distances within the Northern region coupled with poor road networks, and the regions tendency to flooding during the rainy season made reaching children in parts of the Northern region a challenge, but it was critical during this campaign to get vaccines to all the districts targeted for the campaign. UNICEF/UN447850/KOKOROKO UNICEF Health Specialist, Priscilla Wobil wades through a flooded path to monitor immunization activities in the community of Kocha, in the Northern Region on 5 September 2019. (...) Peter Baffoe said: “We set ourselves the target to reach two million children to protect them from polio, in the areas where they were most at risk, three rounds of polio was given, all in the bid to ensure that Ghana returns to its polio free status” The target set were exceeded, and for that, I am very happy."
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Score: 739378.96 - https://www.unicef.org/ghana/s...rn-ghana-its-polio-free-status
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UNICEF/Syria/2020/Masoud Hasen A UNICEF-supported volunteer, Qahira, trains children in Nowruz camp on best handwashing practices during awareness-raising educational and recreational activities organized to mark Global Handwashing Day. The camp is home to around 5,000 people displaced from Ras Al-Ain last year. (...) UNICEF/Syria/2020/Masoud Hasen Mahmoud, 6, practices proper handwashing during recreational and educational activities organized by UNICEF-supported volunteers in Nowruz camp to mark Global Handwashing Day. UNICEF/Syria/2020/Masoud Hasen Children paint a mural during recreational and educational activities organized by UNICEF-supported volunteers in Nowruz camp to mark Global Handwashing Day. (...) See the story Photo Essay ‘Back to Learning’ campaign targets children in Aleppo UNICEF-supported volunteers reached children and caregivers with awareness talks on the importance of education.
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Score: 738550.1 - https://www.unicef.org/syria/s...ities-northeastern-syria-camps
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Martin 2018-04-22T12:08:45-04:00 08 Jul 2015 | Goal 4: Quality Education , News , Secretary-General | Global education targets at risk amid surge in out-of-school numbers, says UN report Gallery Global education targets at risk amid surge in out-of-school numbers, says UN report The number of out-of-school children and adolescents around the world has risen to worrying levels, dealing a potential blow to education targets aimed at achieving universal primary and secondary education, a new United Nations report has warned. (...) Dpi Devsection Intern 2015-06-12T20:31:21-04:00 12 Jun 2015 | Goal 4: Quality Education , News | Coherent policy critical to tackling child labour, lack of decent jobs for youth – UN labour agency Gallery Coherent policy critical to tackling child labour, lack of decent jobs for youth – UN labour agency Around 20 to 30 per cent of children in low income countries complete their schooling and enter the labour market by the age of 15, according to a new International Labour Organization (ILO) report prepared for World Day against Child Labour which is marked worldwide tomorrow. Dpi Devsection Intern 2018-04-22T12:09:18-04:00 11 Jun 2015 | Goal 4: Quality Education , News , Sustainable Development Agenda | Marking 10-year partnership, UNICEF and Gucci celebrate education successes across Africa and Asia Gallery Marking 10-year partnership, UNICEF and Gucci celebrate education successes across Africa and Asia The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is celebrating its longstanding partnership with luxury goods brand Gucci and marking a decade of successes in bringing access to quality education to more than seven million children across sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, the agency announced. (...) Vesna Blazhevska 2018-04-22T12:09:53-04:00 18 May 2015 | Goal 4: Quality Education , Secretary-General | Norwegian Prime Minister congratulates Viet Nam on progress towards Millennium Development Goals on education, health Gallery Norwegian Prime Minister congratulates Viet Nam on progress towards Millennium Development Goals on education, health Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg today praise Viet Nam's progress towards the eight anti-poverty targets known as the Millennium Development Goals, highlighting the country's achievements in the areas of health and education.
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Score: 738474.2 - https://www.un.org/sustainable...log/category/education/page/3/
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Lane change manoeuvres shall only be performed in an uncritical way as described in paragraph 5.1.6.3.6.6. towards the closest appropriate target stop area. In case the target stop area cannot be reached in an uncritical way the RMF shall aim to keep the vehicle within its current lane of travel while the vehicle is stopping. 5.1.6.3.6.2. (...) In case there is another vehicle in the target lane this shall be positioned in a way not preventing a lane change of the RMF vehicle to the target lane. (...) At the start of the RMF intervention there shall be another vehicle in the target lane positioned in a way preventing a lane change manoeuvre of the RMF vehicle to the target lane.
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Score: 737772.17 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul.../files/2021-02/GRVA-09-43e.pdf
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They asked for more ambitious targets for female representation in WMO constituent bodies, highlighting the need to remain resolute in efforts and focus on implementation. (...) Updated GAP with stronger targets The adopted Gender Action Plan builds on the previous 2016-2019 Plan, outlining priorities for 2020-2023, including: creating inclusive and diverse governance structures, continuing capacity development of female delegates and professionals from Member States and Territories and enhancing visibility of female role models through different communication initiatives. (...) The main driver of this increase has been targeted action, such as Women’s Leadership Workshops and the adoption of a Regional Action Plan for Region III (South America). 
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Score: 737765.43 - https://public.wmo.int/en/medi...-gender-equality-and-diversity
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The Millennium Declaration marked a distillation of key elements of the outcomes of the UN conferences and summits of the 1990s, including a number of time-bound targets. When world leaders came together again during the 2005 World Summit to assess progress, it became apparent that the world was off track to meet the internationally agreed development goals, including the MDGs, by the 2015 target date. To close this implementation gap, world leaders mandated ECOSOC to hold an Annual Ministerial Review (AMR). (...) Our progress in improving the lives of slum dwellers and provide people with access to safe drinking water and sanitation, as stipulated in target MDG7, will therefore hinge upon our success in promoting sustainable urbanization.
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Score: 737652.05 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/p...ent%20of%20ecosoc0-bahrain.pdf
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WSIS Forum 2010 ABOUT REGISTER NOW NEWSROOM QUICK LINKS CONTACT   HIGH LEVEL PLENARY SESSION   High Level Plenary Session Turning Targets into action WSIS and MDGs Monday 10 May 2010, 10:30-12:00 CICG       Description The year 2010 marks the halfway point between the successful conclusion of the WSIS in 2005 and 2015, the year by which world leaders committed to achieve the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and WSIS targets. This opening High-Level Plenary Session of the WSIS Forum 2010 will solicit the views and feedback from participants on how far we have come in turning targets into action. Access to ICTs, and broadband in particular, could help facilitate the achievement of many of the education and public health goals contained in the MDGs. This Plenary Session considers whether the WSIS targets are on track to be achieved by 2015, and whether the WSIS targets can facilitate progress towards the MDGs, especially in view of the severe repercussions and detrimental impact of the recent financial crisis on developed and developing countries alike.
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Score: 735058.94 - https://www.itu.int/net/wsis/i...orum/geneva/hl/hl_plenary.html
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Packagings of types 1H1, 1H2, 3H1 and 3H2 must also be appropriately marked with the month of manufacture; this may be marked on the packaging in a different place from the remainder of the marking. (...) Until further notice 5.2.7 Marking of UN refillable cylinders and closed cryogenic receptacles Note.— Marking requirements for UN metal hydride storage systems are given in 5.2.9. . . . 5.2.7.4 The following manufacturing marks must be applied: m) Identification of the cylinder thread (e.g. 25E). (This mark is not required for closed cryogenic receptacles); n) The manufacturer’s mark registered by the appropriate national authority.
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Score: 733495.9 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...0Papers/DGP.24.WP.016.2.ar.pdf
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