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Somalia 2018 Project Evaluation (Mid-term) Midnimo Project to Maximize Peacebuilding Impact - English | COMMISSION DE CONSOLIDATION DE LA PAIX Skip to main content Bienvenue aux Nations Unies Toggle navigation Langue: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español COMMISSION DE CONSOLIDATION DE LA PAIX Search form Search Toggle navigation Accueil Commission Mandat Membres Règlement intérieur et méthodes de travail Participation de la société civile Stratégie sur la parité des sexes [EN - PDF] Programme de travail Sessions annuelles Documents [EN] Fonds À propos du Fonds Plan stratégique pour la période 2017-2019 Initiative pour la promotion des jeunes et de l’égalité des sexes Groupe Consultatif Documents Rapports relatifs au Fonds des Nations Unies pour la consolidation de la paix Questions d'orientation générale et partenariats Bureau d'appui À propos du Bureau d'appui à la consolidation de la paix Sous-Secrétaire général Accueil ONU Somalia 2018 Project Evaluation (Mid-term) Midnimo Project to Maximize Peacebuilding Impact - English Somalia 2018 Project Evaluation (Mid-term) Midnimo Project to Maximize Peacebuilding Impact - English Langue Undefined Meeting or official document date:  Thursday, 30 May 2019 Topic:  Somalia Financing for Peacebuilding Peacebuilding Fund Type:  Evaluation Source:  PBF File:  somalia_2018_project_evaluation_mid-term.pdf Section:  Meeting Records Faites un don facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer Conditions d'utilisation Confidentialité de l'information Contactez-nous Courriers frauduleux Droits d'auteur FAQ Index de A à Z
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Score: 699635.3 - https://www.un.org/peacebuildi...-maximize-peacebuilding-impact
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Somalia 2018 Project Evaluation (Mid-term) Midnimo Project to Maximize Peacebuilding Impact - English | COMMISSION DE CONSOLIDATION DE LA PAIX Skip to main content Bienvenue aux Nations Unies Toggle navigation Langue: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español COMMISSION DE CONSOLIDATION DE LA PAIX Search form Search Toggle navigation Accueil Commission Mandat Membres Règlement intérieur et méthodes de travail Participation de la société civile Stratégie sur la parité des sexes [EN - PDF] Programme de travail Sessions annuelles Documents [EN] Fonds À propos du Fonds Plan stratégique pour la période 2017-2019 Initiative pour la promotion des jeunes et de l’égalité des sexes Groupe Consultatif Documents Rapports relatifs au Fonds des Nations Unies pour la consolidation de la paix Questions d'orientation générale et partenariats Bureau d'appui À propos du Bureau d'appui à la consolidation de la paix Sous-Secrétaire général Accueil ONU Somalia 2018 Project Evaluation (Mid-term) Midnimo Project to Maximize Peacebuilding Impact - English Somalia 2018 Project Evaluation (Mid-term) Midnimo Project to Maximize Peacebuilding Impact - English Langue Undefined Meeting or official document date:  Thursday, 30 May 2019 Topic:  Somalia Financing for Peacebuilding Peacebuilding Fund Type:  Evaluation Source:  PBF File:  somalia_2018_project_evaluation_mid-term.pdf Section:  Meeting Records Faites un don facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer Conditions d'utilisation Confidentialité de l'information Contactez-nous Courriers frauduleux Droits d'auteur FAQ Index de A à Z
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Score: 699635.3 - https://www.un.org/peacebuilding/fr/node/4728
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Future of Food Maximizing Finance for Development in Agricultural Value Chains FAO.org 中文 english français Español 可持续食品价值链知识平台 何谓知识平台? 图书馆 培训和学习中心 成员专区 新闻和活动 Login 注册 Structured Search Keyword Search 全文检索 Future of Food Maximizing Finance for Development in Agricultural Value Chains 2018 This report by the World Bank Group is responding to the fact that current levels of investment in agricultural value chains are insufficient to achive the Sustainable Development Goals. The four sections of the paper focus on the development outcomes sought; why financing is important, including financing needs, the financing landscape, and constraints; actions to maximize finance for development; and implementation.
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Score: 699635.3 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl.../library/details/zh/c/1264999/
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Somalia 2018 Project Evaluation (Mid-term) Midnimo Project to Maximize Peacebuilding Impact - English | PEACEBUILDING Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español PEACEBUILDING Search form Search Toggle navigation Home Peacebuilding Commission About Us Mandate Membership Rules of procedure and working methods Civil Society Engagement PBC Gender Strategy Annual Session Documents Programme of Work Virtual Meetings Peacebuilding Fund ABOUT US The Fund Advisory Group BUILDING PEACE Countries Global Results Reporting PARTNERS Contributions NEWS Stories Events Visits PEACEBUILDING PRACTICE Thematic Reviews Project Evaluations Portfolio Evaluations Guidance Notes APPLY TO THE PBF Application Guidelines Gender and Youth Promotion Initiative Policy Issues and Partnerships SG's Reports SG's Statements Women and Peacebuilding Youth, Peace and Security Lessons Learned UN-World Bank Partnership UN-AU Partnership ECOWAS-PBSO Partnership ODA Snapshot Other Policy Documents Peacebuilding Support Office About News Speeches and Statements 2020 Review Independent Eminent Persons PBC Meetings on 2020 review 2020 Review: PBC Consultation on Women, Peace and Security Regional and Thematic Consultations Thematic Papers Home Somalia 2018 Project Evaluation (Mid-term) Midnimo Project to Maximize Peacebuilding Impact - English Somalia 2018 Project Evaluation (Mid-term) Midnimo Project to Maximize Peacebuilding Impact - English Language Undefined Meeting or official document date:  Thursday, 30 May 2019 Topic:  Somalia Financing for Peacebuilding Peacebuilding Fund Type:  Evaluation Source:  PBF File:  somalia_2018_project_evaluation_mid-term.pdf Section:  Meeting Records Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 696898.44 - https://www.un.org/peacebuilding/node/4728
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Somalia 2018 Project Evaluation (Mid-term) Midnimo Project to Maximize Peacebuilding Impact - English | PEACEBUILDING Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español PEACEBUILDING Search form Search Toggle navigation Home Peacebuilding Commission About Us Mandate Membership Rules of procedure and working methods Civil Society Engagement PBC Gender Strategy Annual Session Documents Programme of Work Virtual Meetings Peacebuilding Fund ABOUT US The Fund Advisory Group BUILDING PEACE Countries Global Results Reporting PARTNERS Contributions NEWS Stories Events Visits PEACEBUILDING PRACTICE Thematic Reviews Project Evaluations Portfolio Evaluations Guidance Notes APPLY TO THE PBF Application Guidelines Gender and Youth Promotion Initiative Policy Issues and Partnerships SG's Reports SG's Statements Women and Peacebuilding Youth, Peace and Security Lessons Learned UN-World Bank Partnership UN-AU Partnership ECOWAS-PBSO Partnership ODA Snapshot Other Policy Documents Peacebuilding Support Office About News Speeches and Statements 2020 Review Independent Eminent Persons PBC Meetings on 2020 review 2020 Review: PBC Consultation on Women, Peace and Security Regional and Thematic Consultations Thematic Papers Home Somalia 2018 Project Evaluation (Mid-term) Midnimo Project to Maximize Peacebuilding Impact - English Somalia 2018 Project Evaluation (Mid-term) Midnimo Project to Maximize Peacebuilding Impact - English Language Undefined Meeting or official document date:  Thursday, 30 May 2019 Topic:  Somalia Financing for Peacebuilding Peacebuilding Fund Type:  Evaluation Source:  PBF File:  somalia_2018_project_evaluation_mid-term.pdf Section:  Meeting Records Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 696898.44 - https://www.un.org/peacebuildi...-maximize-peacebuilding-impact
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Mokom | International Criminal Court Skip to main content Trying individuals for genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and aggression EN FR Main navigation Home About The Court Organization Presidency Judicial Divisions Office of the Prosecutor Defence Victims Witnesses Registry State Parties Cooperation Outreach Trust Fund for Victims Situations and Cases Cases Defendants Investigations Uganda Democratic Republic of the Congo Darfur, Sudan Central Afican Republic Kenya Libya Côte d'Ivoire Mali Central African Republic II Georgia Burundi Bangladesh/Myanmar Afghanistan State of Palestine Republic of the Philippines Venezuela I Ukraine Preliminary Examinations Guinea Nigeria Venezuela II ⋯ Contact an Investigator News Documents Court Records All Records Judgments, Decisions and Orders Matter Outside Situations Core Legal Texts Reports Factsheets Official Journal Administrative Issuances Resource Library Library Legal Tools Practical Information Court Calendar Contact Us Visit Us Vendors Get Involved #JusticeMatters #MoreJustWorld #AccessToJustice #SDG16 Share Stories Resources For Academics and Researches Diplomats Legal professionals Media NGOs Teachers and high school students Vacancies Search Зв’язатися зi слідчим Связаться со следователем Breadcrumb Home Central African Republic II Mokom Mokom Case The Prosecutor v. Maxime Jeoffroy Eli Mokom Gawaka ICC-01/14-01/22 Pre-trial Image In ICC custody Maxime Jeoffroy Eli Mokom Gawaka National of the Central African Republic. (...) The warrant of arrest against Maxime Jeoffroy Eli Mokom Gawaka was issued under seal on 10 December 2018 for war crimes and crimes against humanity allegedly committed in various locations in the Central African Republic, including Bangui, Bossangoa, the Lobaye Prefecture, Yaloké, Gaga, Bossemptélé, Boda, Carnot and Berberati, between at least 5 December 2013 and at least December 2014. Mr Mokom was surrendered to the ICC on 14 March 2022.  On 22 March 2022, Maxime Jeoffroy Eli Mokom Gawaka made his first appearance before Pre-Trial Chamber II.
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Score: 696566.4 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/carII/mokom
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It is necessary for all stakeholders and partners to work together to maximize the benefits of air transport, and to support the sustainable growth of aviation by connecting more people and more places, more often. (...) We urge all stakeholders and partners to pledge the highest level of commitment to maximizing the benefits of aviation in a sustainable manner that is safe, affordable, accessible, efficient, resilient and environmentally responsible, ensuring that aviation and its many benefits leaves no one, and no country, behind.     Download the " Aviation Benefits 2019 " publication  (click on image)   Download the " Check List for Maximizing the Benefits of Aviation " (click on image)     Download the " Aviation Benefits 2017 " publication  (click on image)   Download the " Check List for Maximizing the Benefits of Aviation " (click on image) About the Industry High Level Group (IHLG) The Industry High Level Group (IHLG) was established in 2013.
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Score: 696566.4 - https://www.icao.int/sustainability/Pages/IHLG.aspx
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• Many in Q2/15 have realized – You shouldn’t ask for every possible feature – Industrial/vendor input is important – Efficiency/cost tradeoffs should be considered • Many in 802.3av have learned – Leaving important features undefined is dangerous – You need to listen to operator requirements Geneva 19-20 Jun 08 Next Generation Optical Access Systems 7 10Gb/s Systems PMD: Maximal PMA: Burst mode PCS: 64b66b, FEC RS: LLID MAC: Ethernet MAC-C: MPCP DBA SEC OAM FCAPS Integrated PMD: Scrambled NRZ Burst mode PMA Maximal budget Integrated GTC: DBA, TDMA, Act. (...) SEC, OAM, FEC FCAPS: OMCI 10G EPON 10G GPON FCAPS Geneva 19-20 Jun 08 Next Generation Optical Access Systems 8 Comments Many of the differences are gone 10Gb/s PHY drives the change: Maximal optical budget, scrambled code, burst- mode PMA, and streaming FEC At the 10G rate, EPON has come much closer to the ITU design What remains? (...) • In a word, no. • 10G symmetric (“XG-PON2”) is a challenge and a question – It might not become cost-effective – It has difficulty reaching long distances / large power budgets – The coexistence with some deployments is difficult • The alternative is a 10G down/~2.5G upstream PON system: “XG-PON1” • Both XG-PONs would belong to the common “system” standard Geneva 19-20 Jun 08 Next Generation Optical Access Systems 12 Converged 10Gb/s PONs PMD: Maximal PMA: Burst mode PCS: 64b66b, FEC RS: LLID MAC: Ethernet MAC-C: MPCP XG-PON1 PMD 10G/2.5G XG-PON1 TC TDMA, Act.
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Score: 696367.33 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/13/T06130000400003PDFE.pdf
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Compulsory licensing, i.e. forced sale of patent to home country competitor, to supply export market is prohibited This problem led to Article 31bis for Essential Medicines But it is in virtually no one’s interest to have this prohibition A Win – Win Proposal Creates wealth in developed countries by opening up markets Maximizes technology transfer into developing countries consistent with a market based approach The Proposal Get rid of Art 31 compulsory licensing restrictions: non-exclusivity, time limits, and export markets Why? TRIPS is suppose to encourage innovation (monopoly incentive) and technology transfer through trade and investment Technology transfer can be maximized without harm to the patent incentive Preserve Incentive / Max. (...) Transfer Legitimate business reasons requiring a high level of unmet demand Competitive advantage in entered markets Transitional (to adjust production) Transaction costs (give negotiations a chance) Profit maximization Illegitimate business reasons where lower level of unmet demand is justified Defensive patenting Undermining competition in markets not entered ‘ For This to Work and to Happen Effective Segregation of Markets All countries must prevent trade diversion (e.g. customs, serial numbers, distinguishing packaging and guises) Developed countries need to understand that it is in their economic (as well as environmental) interests Effect: Essential Medicines experience suggests that threat of compulsory licensing forces patentees to lower prices in developing country markets
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Score: 691488.57 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev..._nov08/trackB_2_hutchinson.pdf
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Federated learning for IoE environments: A service provider revenue maximization framework Committed to connecting the world Español Français Sign In Search for: ITU About ITU Media Centre Events Publications Statistics Areas of Action Regional Presence Careers General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU You are here ITU > Home > ITU Publications > General Secretariat and ITU TELECOM > publications Share Federated learning for IoE environments: A service provider revenue maximization framework Shopping cart You are here Home > ITU Publications > General Secretariat and ITU TELECOM > ITU Journal on Future and Evolving Technologies > Volume 2 (2021) > Issue 5 - Internet of Everything > Article Share Federated learning for IoE environments: A service provider revenue maximization framework Authors: Benedetta Picano, Romano Fantacci, Tommaso Pecorella, Adnan Rashid Status: Final Date of publication: 14 July 2021 Published in: ITU Journal on Future and Evolving Technologies, Volume 2 (2021), Issue 5 - Internet of Everything, Pages 1-12 Article DOI : https://doi.org/10.52953/UANO9344 Abstract: In accordance with the Internet of Everything (IoE) paradigm, millions of people and billions of devices are expected to be connected to each other, giving rise to an ever increasing demand for application services with a strict quality of service requirements. (...) Keywords: Edge computing, federated learning, Internet of Everything, matching theory, revenue maximization, virtual function placement Rights: © International Telecommunication Union, available under the CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 IGO license.
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Score: 688490.6 - https://www.itu.int/pub/S-JNL-VOL2.ISSUE5-2021-A01
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