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The event also comes at an opportune time as concrete and implementable solutions raised here could feed into the outcome of fifth UN Conference on LDCs. (...) The numbers speak for themselves, as has been mentioned before by other speakers. The proportion of people using the internet in the least developed countries is very low, only about 19 percent. (...) The future is here, and we must find solutions now so that the well- being of people in LDCs can be improved.
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Score: 796389.26 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C....Dr.Perks-LIGOYA-ITU-event.pdf
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VENDOR BENEFITS • Opportunity to present your company’s solutions to the delegates in a dedicated slot comprising a 15 minutes presentation, including a question/answer period, if required. • A booth space to promote your company’s products and services where you can meet directly with the delegates. • Added visibility of your company and brand linking to the ICAO events Social Media pages. • Logo and Web link on the event Website. • Mention of your company/logo on the event social media pages (Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn). • Your company mentioned in the event newsletter. • Two (2) complimentary delegate or exhibitor passes. SOLUTIONS WORKSHOPS Solutions-oriented 20-minute presentations, including a five-minute question and answer period if required, to be held prior to the opening of the Symposium. (...) VENDOR OPTIONS The participation fee includes the applicable privilege as outlined in Appendix A Plan Selection, in order of preference Cost USD Vendor / Exhibitor* $5,500 Vendor / Exhibitor* and solutions workshop $10,000 Total Cost *All booth materials must be ordered from Exhibition Services provider for this event.
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Score: 793393.75 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...0Agreement%20-%20ICAO_GRSS.pdf
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Delegation’s comments Response(s) General Comments • The CPD doesn’t reflect with accuracy the current political situation in Syria. There is no clear mention or reference to the Syrian regime nor its actual role in the conflict. No mention is made of the difficulties that this political regime represents in achieving this program. (...) The need for an inclusive and Syrian-led political process that creates a sustainable solution to the conflict, in line with resolution 2254, remains essential and must be clearly stated in the document.
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Score: 792689.84 - https://www.unicef.org/executi...nts-response-EN-2022.04.29.pdf
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Fore mentioned UNICEF’s Back to School Campaign and a project to enable 500 million students to learn remotely by the end of 2020 and all children by 2030. (...) The importance of curriculum content was mentioned by several participants, with Sachs offering the observation that at this particular juncture more than ever philosophy and the humanities are needed. (...) Several participants emphasized the need to ‘build back better’ and make sure to that education was presented as the solution to the health, economic and social crisis, and not only as a victim.
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Score: 791215.23 - https://en.unesco.org/futureso...ng%20Synthesis%20-%20Final.pdf
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Chair, The ability to embrace timely the innovative solutions and digital means of communication have proven to be essential in conducting some of the training programmes scheduled for 2020, namely the renowned International Law Fellowship Programme and the Regional Course in International Law for Latin America and the Caribbean. (...) Mr. Chair, Although, solutions for the current extraordinary circumstances where identified, in order to enhance the knowledge of the selected participants for the previously mentioned two programmes, we would encourage the Codification Division to explore the possibility of on-line courses or virtual classrooms, where the professors and the participants can engage in active discussions – if similar circumstances might occur in the future – in order to strenghten the learning process. (...) Chair, my delegation would also like to thank all the countries mentioned in the Report for their generous voluntary financial contributions to the Programme of Assistance.
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Score: 789519 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...atements/poa/14mtg_moldova.pdf
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Delegation’s comments Response(s) General Comments • The CPD doesn’t reflect with accuracy the current political situation in Syria. There is no clear mention or reference to the Syrian regime nor its actual role in the conflict. No mention is made of the difficulties that this political regime represents in achieving this program. (...) The need for an inclusive and Syrian-led political process that creates a sustainable solution to the conflict, in line with resolution 2254, remains essential and must be clearly stated in the document.
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Score: 787961.13 - https://www.unicef.org/executi...ium_comments-EN-2022.04.14.pdf
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Capacity-building seminar on Collaborative Approaches and Solutions to Disasters Management Challenges for SIDS Municipalities in the Context of Sustainable Development | Department of Economic and Social Affairs Skip to main content Добро пожаловать в ООН! (...) Twenty years after the Earth Summit, the outcome document of the Rio+20 Conference highlighted the fact that not only the sustainable development of the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) but even their survival and viability are intimately linked to their capacity to reduce the risks and the vulnerability and to enhance the resilience of their communities, buildings and infrastructure to, natural and anthropogenic disasters, sea-level rise and other impacts of climate change, not to mention their capacity to limit environmental degradation. (...) Member states also recognized that small island developing states continue to grapple with the effects of disasters. It mentioned that the complexity and daunting nature of building resilience of municipalities and local communities in SIDS require a deeper collaboration among different stakeholders.
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Score: 787736.43 - https://sdgs.un.org/ru/node/7184
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However, there is no explicit mention of the energy sector in the proposed programme priorities. · The draft Country Programme Document envisages further expansion of the support in the area of energy efficiency and clean energy within the “inclusive and sustainable growth” CPD development priority. (...) Service delivery and the use of parallel implementation arrangements will only be considered in the absence of alternative capacity in Bosnia and Herzegovina and civil society organisations. · We greatly value the focus on strengthening partnerships, particularly with the private sector, in supporting the implementation of the SDG Framework, including by deploying innovative solutions. · This is noted with appreciation. Further efforts in this direction are fundamental to the accelerated and inclusive implementation of the SDG Framework in Bosnia and Herzegovina and catalysing wider engagement and partnership by the private sector. Comments by Sweden Response by the UNDP Country Office · Project activities by the “SDG and Agenda 2030 in BiH” project such as the SDG framework and the development of the BiH Voluntary Review, is mentioned throughout the Final Working Draft. As this is a project financed by Sweden, we would recommend that Sweden should be mentioned as donor somewhere, or at least to include reference to this project in the footnotes. · Reference was added as footnote in the draft CPD. · The project “STRENGTHENING THE ROLE OF LOCAL COMMUNITIES (MJESNE ZAJEDNICE/MZs)” is mentioned in the evaluation document point 72 + 73 as Swiss funded project.
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Score: 787238.3 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...%20comments_CO%20response.docx
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These new sections examine topics such as deforestation and financing solutions to climate change. This report is available on the web in English and Spanish. 10. (...) Session 9: Financing Solutions to Climate Change 17.1. This session was moderated by Mr. (...) Fabián SAENZ ENDERICA , Director General, FODETEL: Fondo para el Desarrollo de las Telecomunicaciones, on “Financing solutions to climate change” ; from Dr. Mauro FLÓREZ CALDERÓN , President, CITIC Ecuador, on “Financing solutions” ; from Mr.
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Score: 785728.8 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...06/0F/T060F00600C00100MSWE.doc
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The ongoing political process and the framework of UNSCR2254, including mediation from the UNSG special envoy for Syria, should also be reflected in the text as a political solution for a sustainable peace. The need for the UNICEF continues to advocate for the availability of data. (...) Early recovery and resilience programs should focus on communities and on the local level, with NGOs and CSOs as main partners. programme to ensure that equitable, inclusive, community- driven priorities and solutions inform UNICEF programming. Also, as part of One UN, UNICEF contributed to a comprehensive UN socio-economic context analysis. (...) Therefore paragraph 1 should mention the issue of refugees. Paragraph 2 should be rephrased to be more explicit.
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Score: 783514.75 - https://www.unicef.org/executi...nts-response-EN-2022.04.29.pdf
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