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Category 2: Capacity development and empowerment Winner: o Organic Farm Knowledge - Online platform to promote knowledge exchange among organic farmers and advisors – IFOAM Organics Europe Honorable Mentions: o Second position: Genpro - Ruralbit Lda o Third position: Electronic agricultural maps - Agro InformAsia Champion Practice: o FarmForesight agribusiness simulator - FarmForesight Category 3: Agriculture innovations systems and sustainable farming - Farm automation, robots, drones Winner: o High-Precision Weed Control in Organic Farming - West Coast University of Applied Sciences Honorable Mention: o Second position: Intelligent watering taking advantage of the existing irrigation installation - BRIOAGRO TECH. o Third position: Bakus, full electric and autonomous vineyards robot – VitiBot Champion Practice: o Biological protection of plants by entomophages using unmanned aerial vehicles - LLC "Fly and See Agro Category 4: Agriculture innovations systems and sustainable farming - Specific solutions Winner: o Nedap CowControl - Nedap Livestock Management Honorable Mention: o Second position: Apiary Book Restored application - Apiary Book Ltd. o Third position: Hive-Tech - 3Bee Srl. Champion Practice: o i-bee - IT Innovations Category 5: Agriculture innovations systems and sustainable farming - Connected farm management systems Winner: o AGRIVI Farm Management Software - AGRIVI d.o.o. Honorable Mention: o Second position: Agricolus platform - Agricolus s.r.l. o Third position: xFarm platform – xFarm Champion Practice: o OneSoil - app for precision farming - OneSoil. Category 6: Disaster risk management and early warning systems Winner: o Disease and Pest Forecast with Artificial Intelligence - Pessl Instruments GmbH Honorable Mention: o Second position: VIPS - NIBIO o Third position: Sencrop: Precision ag-weather solutions – Sencrop Champion Practice: o agroNET – digital platform for sustainable farming - DunavNET Category 7: Food loss and waste / Food safety and traceability Winner: o OLIO - OLIO Exchange Limited Honorable Mention: o Second position: Real-time digital food supply chain auditing, powered by blockchain - Connecting Food o Third position: Farmer Expert platform - Farmer Expert Champion Practice: o BIOsens Myco - BIOsens
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Score: 980720.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...ure-Webpage%20v3%20UPDATED.pdf
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Masahiko Metoki : Yes, during my campaign, I mentioned the call for commitment to member countries. (...) The Post will become a solution to medicine transportations by using its vast infrastructure. (...) Yomiuri Shimbun : Thank you. You mentioned the gap between developed and developing countries.
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Score: 973999.5 - https://www.upu.int/en/Press-Release/2022/Press-Breakfast
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Palestinian University Students Receive Special Mention in Hackathon Skip to content Home Who We Are Clients and Partner Organizations Global Presence Governance and Management History Strategic Partnerships What We Do Common Secure Conference COVID-19 Pandemic Response Data Action Portfolio Gender, Diversity and Inclusiveness Robotic Process Automation: Working Smarter UNICC for the Sustainable Development Goals What Makes Us Unique Working with Us News Centre Resources Palestinian University Students Receive Special Mention in UNICC Data Hackathon Posted on 22 July, 2021 | by William Allen Special mention for students of Islamic University of Gaza One of the great opportunities of working within the UN family is encountering bright minds from all over the globe. (...) Over the next few days, Mohammed El-Agha, Abdullah Abu Nada, Ahmed Abu Amsha and Anas Alsalool entered the international competition and submitted a final solution worthy of a special mention. UNICC’s Global Hackathon: Data for Good launched on Tuesday, 16 February 2021 with an introduction from the organization’s executive leadership to a global audience of UNICC and other UN organizations’ staff members, university representatives and over 140 students. (...) The opportunity to present our solution with other international teams was highly competitive, but we want to be able to see this hackathon experience as not just a presentation but a means to contribute building real solutions for issues such as forced displacement and migration to make a real difference.
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Score: 965501.4 - https://www.unicc.org/news/202...ntion-in-unicc-data-hackathon/
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Where are the gaps and how can we plug these for persons who cannot read normal print ACCESS TO DIGITAL INFORMATION FOR THE PRINT DISABLED Gap analysis and solutions DIPENDRA MANOCHA Coordinator Developing Countries Program DAISY CONSORTIUM 1 GAP ANALYSIS STUDY Gap analysis study conducted jointly by DAISY Consortium and WBU. (...) Unfortunately, a very large part of the population of persons with print disabilities living in developing countries are slipping into the gaps mentioned above and are forced to live in world of dependence for all their reading and writing needs. Only a very systematic and well-coordinated effort among multiple development agencies and governments of the developing country can help in plugging the gaps that this study has found in developing countries. 5 Developing Countries Alliance Working group consists of development organisations and disabled persons organisations   Identified common goals and requirements for holistic solution for access to information to persons with disabilities   Coordination among multiple agencies to work on complementary projects to achieve holistic solution   To join, write to dmanocha@daisy.org Full text of report is available at http://www.daisy.org/daisy-developing-countries-alliance 6
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Score: 948951.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/a...s_in_developing_countries.pptx
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Because of the significance of this phenomenon, as highlighted in the SROCC, we suggest that a mention of the continuous, rapid decrease in polar ice coverage is added. Furthermore, we support the proposed language on the “findings about the cumulative human impacts on the ocean” and the mention of the IPBES global assessment report in the following paragraph. (...) Monaco generally agrees with the “solutions” reflected in paragraph 10 and the “actions” to be taken “on an urgent basis” reflected in paragraph 11.
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Score: 948215.6 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/monaco.pdf
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Because of the significance of this phenomenon, as highlighted in the SROCC, we suggest that a mention of the continuous, rapid decrease in polar ice coverage is added. Furthermore, we support the proposed language on the “findings about the cumulative human impacts on the ocean” and the mention of the IPBES global assessment report in the following paragraph. (...) Monaco generally agrees with the “solutions” reflected in paragraph 10 and the “actions” to be taken “on an urgent basis” reflected in paragraph 11.
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Score: 948215.6 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/2020/03/monaco.pdf
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In the context of planetary crisis, which strongly impacts the economies of Mauritius and Seychelles, islands relying mainly on tourism, the Accelerator Lab comes at the right time to propel innovative local solutions to a forefront. Through an extensive Global Network of 91 Labs serving 115 countries, the local Acc Lab will also help to harness solutions from all over the world to assist Mauritius, including Rodrigues, and Seychelles, in the face of global challenges such as climate change, COVID-19, and socio-economic uncertainty, among others. Harnessing the knowledge of the people to develop solutions that can be universally applied In his keynote speech, Professor Anil Kumar Gupta, founder of the Honey Bee Network, emphasized the importance of grassroot innovators in finding solutions to the complex challenges of today’s world : “ We have to learn from those who know, and they are not only in the labs, not necessarily in the big institution or corporations, but they are also at the grassroots level.”  (...) According to Professor Bahorun, the MRIC just as the ACC Labs, has a key role to play in fostering grassroots solutions in Mauritius. Catalysts for a next generation of developmental solutions Mr.
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Score: 947231.8 - https://www.undp.org/mauritius...ns-across-islands-indian-ocean
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FAO appreciates that Section 4 explicitly mentions the need to address the ‘’conditions that create, or exacerbate, large movements of migrants’’. (...) FAO appreciates that the outcome document explicitly mentions ‘’the positive contribution made by migrants to inclusive growth and sustainable development’’. (...) Section 5, paragraph xiii explicitly mentions investment in data collection, including in sex and age- disaggregated data.
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Score: 935790.4 - https://www.un.org/en/developm.../07July2016/FAO_07July2016.pdf
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We will try to provide not only standardized solutions, but also solutions which could be adapted locally. (...) The empowerment of nations in the subject is something important to contemplate, in order to generate solutions that are adjustable to the realities of each area. , and are not dependent on standardized solutions, @ Cindy Hidalgo Víquez Thank you for your contribution. (...) It could be considered and mentioned in the cross-cutting issues of the CoC as it has a number of repercussions, mostly at primary production level – (but also as you mention storage and preservation can be influenced by climate change).
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Score: 933422 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/member/silvia-gaiani
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We will try to provide not only standardized solutions, but also solutions which could be adapted locally. (...) The empowerment of nations in the subject is something important to contemplate, in order to generate solutions that are adjustable to the realities of each area. , and are not dependent on standardized solutions, @ Cindy Hidalgo Víquez Thank you for your contribution. (...) It could be considered and mentioned in the cross-cutting issues of the CoC as it has a number of repercussions, mostly at primary production level – (but also as you mention storage and preservation can be influenced by climate change).
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Score: 933422 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/es/member/silvia-gaiani
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