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I know that political solutions are not easy in today’s world, so we need to be realistic in our expectations. (...) Looking at the individual countries that he mentioned, I think they show that the reality is difficult. (...) The 34 projects the High Commissioner mentioned are welcome but they are certainly not enough.
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Score: 759542.3 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...uploads/2019/06/S.PV_.8504.pdf
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If lack of privacy phenomenon in displaced and refugee camps is often mentioned as a favouring factor of sexual violence, there are other factors no less important. (...) So many cases denouncing the two categories were reported. Some solutions are nowadays suggested for declared cases. (...) Violence based on the woman’s status Under this heading, widows are much more mentioned. Following HIV/AIDS pandemic, many Burundian women became widows.
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Score: 758955.3 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/m...%20H.E.%20Ms.%20Ngendahayo.pdf
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A solution mentioned by some would be provision of subsidized or targeted loans for improving this infrastructure. 2. (...) One innovation that was mentioned was the “credit mobile” service to rural areas. (...) One opportunity to expand microfinance services that was mentioned was the increasing flow of remittance transfers.
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Score: 758858.6 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-.../10/se-msc2005-Summary-WBI.pdf
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In Malaysia, Ms. Sharizan mentioned that there are quality of service requirements for billing. (...) Sutherland went on to note that a host of different solutions have been implemented in many countries. (...) Lillehagen noted that number portability solutions are available off the shelf. However, the technical solution is just one part.
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Score: 758232.23 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...Documents/16-SummaryReport.pdf
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So, supporting UNRWA is a humanitarian duty and it is also in our collective interest for peace and security in the Middle East. I would like to mention a few reasons why it is essential to support UNRWA, its work and why the European Union not only is supporting it but is going to continue to support it and argue for continued or increased support from other international partners. (...) It is a key political contribution that UNRWA is bringing to the prospect of relaunching a credible peace process, because a just, fair, agreed and realistic solution to the refugee question is one of the parameters of for peace negotiations, with the ultimate objective of achieving a two‑state solution. (...) For 2018, the European Union will assist UNRWA by accelerating our first scheduled payment for this year, and I also count on donors around the world with whom we are in contact, including in coordination with other players. Here I would mention established partners for UNRWA, which already has important donors, but also all those that have so far been less engaged and who can step up their efforts in order to safeguard something that can be qualified as a global public good: the work that UNRWA does.
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Score: 757979.7 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...ds/2018/02/EUSPEECH_020718.pdf
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In  view  of  the    challenges  and  priorities,  I would  like  to mention  the  following:  1. It  is  important  to  continue  introduction  of  adequate  telecommunication infrastructure across the country since more  than 60% of the population leaving in rural areas.     2. (...) The cybersecurity issues should be addressed as well in order to  improve legislation and technical solutions; it is also a need to  improve capacity of the civil servants on the secured use of  ICTs, this issue also important for children’s and youth safety  use of the Internet.     4. (...) Here we are talking not only about improving capacities of the IT‐ specialists, but also about ability and capability of the managers  at all  levels on understanding the e‐transformation and change  management processes.     I have mentioned only a  couple of priorities  requiring our  future  interventions  in  countries of our  region  and  I hope  that  you will  propose interesting solutions.   
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Score: 757979.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...derAvanessov_Speech_RDF-en.pdf
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Speakers noted the challenges of finding effective and actionable solutions for debt restructuring and cancellation within a heterogeneous creditor environment and amid varying conditions of market access. Some speakers noted voluntary approaches would not be sufficient and pointed to the urgency of engaging private creditors through solutions that combine involuntary and market-based approaches. (...) In order to address these issues and develop concrete policy options, one set of specific solutions that was mentioned related to taking advantage of the highly discounted value of debt on secondary markets, (also discussed in Group IV in relation to swaps and debt buybacks) with support of the official sector.
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Score: 757033.1 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...5_-_second_meeting_summary.pdf
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Most vulnerable are targeted. It mentions bringing together humanitarian and development funding, however wording could be strengthened, mentioning also ECHO as it now only refers to the collaboration with the development donors. Add a mention to nexus. The UNICEF Madagascar CO would like to thank the European Union Delegation in Madagascar (including ECHO) for its interest and valuable comments on the UNICEF Madagascar CPD, and is pleased to share its responses below. (...) As mentioned above, we agree with the recommendation to mention ‘nexus’, since it is fully in line with our constant advocacy for reducing the perceived gap between humanitarian and development interventions.
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Score: 756812.94 - https://www.unicef.org/executi...nts-response-EN-2021.07.13.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 欢迎来到联合国,您的世界! (...) 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: 756324.2 - https://sdgs.un.org/zh/node/7184
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Art.3 Contract VALUE and payment terms 3.1 The sponsorship under Art.2 consists of the sponsor’s provision of support to the beneficiary, in the amount of _______________________________ namely ______________________________________________________________ Lei (RON). 3.2 The sponsorship shall be paid via transfer to the BENEFICIARY’s bank account mentioned under Art.1.2, in one lump sum, within 3 working days from the date the present Contract is concluded. Art.4 SPONSOR’S main OBLIGATIONS 4.1 To pay the agreed amounts in the manner and within the time limit specified under Art.3. 4.2 To not direct the beneficiary’s activity in any other manner than as provided under Art. 2.5 whereby the parties agreed on how the sponsorship is to be used. 4.3 To mention the BENEFICIARY and UNICEF in Romania appropriately in its public documents and communication related to the sponsorship specified in the present Contract, in a manner which is agreed by the Parties and acceptable to UNICEF in Romania. 4.4 To properly record the sponsorship provided to the BENEFICIARY in its financial- accounting and tax records and to declare it to the National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) in accordance with the law. 4.5 To allow the BENEFICIARY to appropriately mention the sponsorship it received and its purpose, and to make available its logo and other elements of corporate branding and communication required to the BENEFICIARY when mentioning the sponsorship it received. (...) Page 3 of 3 5.7 To impose on UNICEF in Romania, on the basis of the legal document underlying the transfer of the amount received from the SPONSOR, adequate terms that require UNICEF in Romania to adequately mention the support received from the SPONSOR via the BENEFICIARY. 5.8 To promptly notify the SPONSOR of any issues occurring in the adequate performance of the present Contract and to consult the SPONSOR with regard to the relevant solutions.
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Score: 756250 - https://www.unicef.org/romania...t%20with%20fiscal%20credit.pdf
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