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Attachment A1 Tentative Agenda NINETEENTH MEETING OF THE AFRICA-INDIAN OCEAN PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION REGIONAL GROUP (APIRG/19) Dakar, Senegal, 14 – 17 October 2013 DRAFT PROVISIONAL AGENDA STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE(S) * AGEND A ITEM # SUBJECTS A, B & E 1 Follow-up on the outcome of APIRG/18 Meeting. 1.1 Review of the action taken by the ANC and the Council on the APIRG/18 report 1.2 Review status of implementation of APIRG/18 Conclusions and Decisions 1.3 Review status of implementation of APIRG outstanding Conclusions and Decisions A, B & E 2 Flight Safety and Regional Aviation Safety Group for AFI (RASG-AFI Activities – Global and Inter Regional Activities 2.1 Flight Safety and RASG-AFI activities 2.2 Global and Inter Regional Activities including results of AN-Conf/12 and PIRG-RASG Global Coordination Meeting A, B & E 3 Performance Framework for Regional Air Navigation Planning and Implementation. 3.0 Regional and National Performance Framework 3.1 Aerodrome Operations (AOP) 3.2 Air Traffic Management/Search and Rescue (ATM/SAR) 3.3 ATM Safety Management (RVSM and TAG) 3.4 Communications, Navigation and Surveillance (CNS) 3.5 Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) 3.6 Meteorology (MET) 3.7 Other Air Navigation matters A, B & E 4 Regional Air Navigation Deficiencies A, B & E 5 Terms of Reference, Future Work Programme and Composition of the Group — 6 Any other business Attachment A1 Tentative Agenda *2014-2016 Strategic Objectives Strategic Objective A: Safety — Enhance global civil aviation safety Strategic Objective B: Air Navigation Capacity and Efficiency — Increase capacity and improve efficiency of the global civil aviation system Strategic Objective C: Security and Facilitation — Enhance global civil aviation security and facilitation Strategic Objective D: Economic Development of Air Transport — Foster the development of a sound and economically-viable civil aviation system Strategic Objective E: Environmental Protection — Minimize the adverse environmental effects of civil aviation activities
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Score: 924033.2 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...IRG19/Docs/Attachment%20A1.pdf
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Attachment A1 Tentative Agenda NINETEENTH MEETING OF THE AFRICA-INDIAN OCEAN PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION REGIONAL GROUP (APIRG/19) Dakar, Senegal, 14 – 17 October 2013 DRAFT PROVISIONAL AGENDA STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE(S) * AGEND A ITEM # SUBJECTS A, B & E 1 Follow-up on the outcome of APIRG/18 Meeting. 1.1 Review of the action taken by the ANC and the Council on the APIRG/18 report 1.2 Review status of implementation of APIRG/18 Conclusions and Decisions 1.3 Review status of implementation of APIRG outstanding Conclusions and Decisions A, B & E 2 Flight Safety and Regional Aviation Safety Group for AFI (RASG-AFI Activities – Global and Inter Regional Activities 2.1 Flight Safety and RASG-AFI activities 2.2 Global and Inter Regional Activities including results of AN-Conf/12 and PIRG-RASG Global Coordination Meeting A, B & E 3 Performance Framework for Regional Air Navigation Planning and Implementation. 3.0 Regional and National Performance Framework 3.1 Aerodrome Operations (AOP) 3.2 Air Traffic Management/Search and Rescue (ATM/SAR) 3.3 ATM Safety Management (RVSM and TAG) 3.4 Communications, Navigation and Surveillance (CNS) 3.5 Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) 3.6 Meteorology (MET) 3.7 Other Air Navigation matters A, B & E 4 Regional Air Navigation Deficiencies A, B & E 5 Terms of Reference, Future Work Programme and Composition of the Group — 6 Any other business Attachment A1 Tentative Agenda *2014-2016 Strategic Objectives Strategic Objective A: Safety — Enhance global civil aviation safety Strategic Objective B: Air Navigation Capacity and Efficiency — Increase capacity and improve efficiency of the global civil aviation system Strategic Objective C: Security and Facilitation — Enhance global civil aviation security and facilitation Strategic Objective D: Economic Development of Air Transport — Foster the development of a sound and economically-viable civil aviation system Strategic Objective E: Environmental Protection — Minimize the adverse environmental effects of civil aviation activities
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Score: 924033.2 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...IRG19/Docs/Attachment%20A1.pdf
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Microsoft Word - DGCA-MID4-WP2- Follow-up on DGCA-MID3 DGCA-MID/4 -WP/2 04/06/2017 DIRECTORS GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION-MIDDLE EAST REGION Fourth Meeting (DGCA-MID/4) (Muscat, Oman, 17-19 October 2017) Agenda Item 2: Review and Follow-up of Action Items arising from the previous Meeting REVIEW AND FOLLOW-UP OF ACTION ITEMS ARISING FROM THE DGCA-MID/3 MEETING (Presented by the Secretariat) SUMMARY This paper presents the status of the DGCA-MID/3 Conclusions and the follow-up actions taken. Action by the meeting is at paragraph 3. 1. (...) The meeting developed a total of 6 Conclusions. 2. DISCUSSION 2.1 This paper provides an update on the status of the DGCA-MID/3 Conclusions. It shows also the follow-up actions taken by concerned parties. 2.2 A follow-up action plan on the DGCA-MID/3 Conclusions is at Appendix A. 3. ACTION BY THE MEETING 3.1 The meeting is invited to note the follow-up actions on the DGCA-MID/3 Conclusions at Appendix A and take action as appropriate. -------------- DGCA-MID/4-WP/2 APPENDIX A APPENDIX A FOLLOW-UP ACTION PLAN ON THE DGCA-MID/3 CONCLUSIONS CONCLUSIONS AND DECISIONS TO BE INITIATED BY DELIVERABLE TARGET DATE STATUS/ REMARKS CONC. 3/1: DOHA DECLARATION ON AVIATION SAFETY AND AIR NAVIGATION Completed That, the Doha Declaration on Aviation Safety and Air Navigation in the MID Region, at Appendix 4A, is endorsed.
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Score: 923100.4 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2017/DGCA-MID4/WP2.pdf
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The terms of reference established for a specific e‑meeting should be narrow and focused to minimize as far as possible the duration of the meeting and to maximize its efficiency. (...) A suggested approach for e-mail activities as a means to conduct a drafting activity is given in Appendix B. 5.2.5 Conclusion of the Meeting The substance of the report shall be agreed before the conclusion of the meeting. (...) Avoid including multiple proposals in one document; these should be handled in multiple documents in order to minimize the amount of information in each document and therefore to minimize the time needed to download any one document.
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Score: 921751.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2001-2004/ssg/methods.html
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This publication is the result of activities carried out by ECLAC in the first year of the Development Account project on “Strengthening national capacities to deal with international migration: maximizing development benefits and minimizing negative impact” and contains original studies, thoughts and conclusions presented at the regional workshop (2011). (...) A regional workshop on migration statistics was organized by ECE in Antalya, Turkey (October 2011). The conclusions from these workshops will be published on the project website 2 . A summary of the conclusions of the workshop organized by ECLAC-ECE-ECA is provided below.
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Score: 921547.6 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ca%20and%20the%20Caribbean.pdf
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. • Manual on the Basic Set of Environment Statistics is continuing to grow; experts continue to provide contributions EGES conclusions of interest to the Joint Task Force on Environmental Statistics and Indicators Source: https://unstats.un.org/unsd/envstats/fdes/manual_bses.cshtml • Environment Statistics Self‐Assessment Tool and National Action Plan are being tested by countries EGES conclusions of interest to the Joint Task Force on Environmental Statistics and Indicators Source: https://unstats.un.org/unsd/envstats/fdes/essat.cshtml • Encouragement of coordination of data collections by international and regional agencies particularly with collections for SDG reporting. • UNSD to update an inventory of data collection activities to collectively construct a synthesis of environment statistics data collection processes at the international level. (to be reported to the UN Statistical Commission, March 2020); partners are being encouraged to contribute. • Countries may consider applying the e‐waste tool provided by United Nations University. EGES conclusions of interest to the Joint Task Force on Environmental Statistics and Indicators • On water statistics: UNSD and Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) sharing focal points of their data collections to minimize respondent burden. • UNSD, FAO, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and Eurostat compiling a correspondence table comparing like terms among questionnaires. • UNSD, FAO, OECD, Eurosat working toward harmonized data collections while working toward an integrated questionnaire. • Countries informing UNSD of how inter‐institutional stakeholder meetings (at the national level) are being used to coordinate compilation of environment statistics. (...) It will be submitted to the Statistical Commission in 2020 as part of the Background Report on Environment statistics to the Report of the Secretary‐General on Environment Statistics. • Countries that also provide bilateral assistance will also be asked about their current and planned activities which will be shared. EGES conclusions of interest to the Joint Task Force on Environmental Statistics and Indicators Thank you Contact: envstats@un.org
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Score: 918111.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...UNSD_EGES_2019_conclusions.pdf
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ECA 35/08/1 Rev.1 ECA 35/08/1 Rev.1 June 2008 This document is printed in limited numbers to minimize the environmental impact of FAO's processes and contribute to climate neutrality. (...) Adoption of the Report or summary of conclusions presented by the Rapporteur 1 12. Closing of the Session 1 In line with para. 32 of the Report of the 33rd Session, the drafting of the final report is entrusted to the Secretariat and the Rapporteur. The Rapporteur will make an oral presentation of the outcome of the session to the 26th FAO Regional Conference and main conclusions and recommendations on items 4 and 5 will be submitted to the Regional Conference as LIM documents for endorsement.
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Score: 917284.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...CA35/en/ECA35_08_1_E_Rev.1.pdf
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GENERAL INTRODUCTION OF THE ETIR INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM AND ASPECTS OF THE INTERCONNECTION WITH ETIR STAKEHOLDERS
(b) Rationale 31. A high reliability minimizes the costs to develop, operate and maintain the eTIR international system. 32. A high reliability minimizes the resources required by eTIR stakeholders to develop, operate and maintain the interconnection between their information systems and the eTIR international system. (...) Ease of connectivity minimizes the costs on the eTIR service desk to assist contracting parties in interconnecting their national customs systems to the eTIR international system.
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Score: 917022.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...P.30/GE.1/2021/30/REV.1&Lang=E
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The MID-RRSS/2 Summary of Discussion is provided at Appendix A and available on ICAO MID website at http://www.icao.int/MID/Pages/meetings.aspx. 2.4 The meeting may wish to note that the RASG-MID/4 meeting reviewed the outcome of RSC/3 and developed fifteen Conclusions and Decisions out of them five Conclusions are directly related to RGS as listed at Appendix B. 2.5 In addition, RASG-MID/4 meeting noted that the ANC commended, after review of the RASG-MID/3 report, the coordination of work between the MIDANPIRG and RASG-MID on safety-related issues and the transfer of aerodrome safety to RASG-MID. 2.6 The RASG-MID/4 meeting reviewed the outcome of the RSC/3 meeting related to the MID Region Safety Strategy and endorsed the inclusion of new Safety Indicator “Number of established Runway Safety Team (RST) at MID International Aerodromes”. 2.7 The DGCA-MID/3 meeting supported the RASG-MID Conclusion 4/9 encouraging MID States to establish RST at their international aerodromes, support Runway Safety Go-Team activities, and request Runway Safety Go-Team visits if required. 2.8 In addition, the DGCA-MID/3 meeting agreed to the following Conclusion related to noise monitoring and control: DGCA-MID/3 CONCLUSION 3/6- NOISE MONITORING AND CONTROL That, States be urged to: a) conduct a comprehensive noise study in order to identify the airports where mitigation measures are necessary to minimize the number of people affected by aircraft noise, and develop associated plans of action, accordingly; and b) send an update on the results of the study and actions implemented/planned to the ICAO MID Regional Office by December 2015. 3. (...) CONCLUSION 4/7: REDUCTION OF UN-STABILIZED APPROACH RISK That, States that have not yet done so, be urged to minimize the risk of unstabilized approach through (but not limited to): a) training of operators (pilots, air traffic controllers/air navigation service providers, and aerodrome operators); b) development of relevant Guidance materials; c) encouraging the reporting of un-stabilized approaches, assessment and mitigation of the associated risk and conduct of necessary safety oversight, as part of SMS implementation; and d) review of Standards Operation Procedures. CONCLUSION 4/8: DEVELOPMENT OF ADDITIONAL RUNWAY SAFETY PROVISIONS That, ICAO consider the development of additional Runway Safety provisions.
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Score: 916650 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2015/RGS%20WG2/WP%202.pdf
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By  Siham Mohamedahmed  Gender, Climate Change and Sustainable Development Unit African Development Bank  Key Challenges of Agriculture in Africa The sector is dominated by poor  smallholders, engaged in  subsistence agriculture Heterogeneity and diversity of  farming systems and the  importance of livestock Predominance of customary  land tenure Low and stagnant labor  productivity and minimal  mechanization Key roles of women in  agriculture and in ensuring  household food security No SSA country is among the  world’s leading exporters of  processed food products Key Challenges of Agriculture in Africa Limited implementation of  policies          Poor rural infrastructure  especially storage and irrigation  Low access to technology Limited access to international  market Tariff and non‐tariff barriers to  intra‐regional trade Low access to financial services  and to attract investors Impacts of  drought/desertification New challenges: climate change  and bio‐energy The global investment needs for agriculture are significant Aid to agriculture declined in the past 15 years.   (...) Mitigation Reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the agricultural sector,    especially methane and nitrous oxide Non exceedance of crop N requirements Appropriate timing/conditions for manure application Increase livestock nutrient use efficiency Aid Effectiveness Donor coordination should be improved Need for harmonization and complementary actions among  donors Individual partners have to be selective in their  contributions  Build purposeful partnerships among African  governments, donors, civil society, and private sector,  or in other words, the overall “aid architecture” Align to the country system and development  programs  Conclusion Increasing  the  productivity  of  food  crops  is  a  top  priority  for Africa  today,  given  the  strong  prospect  of  world food prices This  requires  sizeable  investments  in  irrigation,  storage,  transport infrastructure, as well as access to input markets  It  also  requires  better  functioning  markets  and  stronger  linkages to buyers and processors. (...) This  is  an  area where  technical  assistance  from  donors  and  international agro‐food corporations would prove very useful Conclusion Africa’s  agricultural  development  and  food  security  efforts  require  leadership,  ambition  and  appropriate  scale of resources  Bridge  the  gaps  in  terms  of  useful  knowledge,  technology and funding Promotion  of  private  sector  in  agriculture  goes  well  beyond  the  sector  itself  and  cuts  across  several  policy  domains Sustaining achieved benefits at the  farm  level after the  withdrawal of donor support remains a challenge which  should  already be  receiving more  consideration during  the project design Thank You s.mohammedahmed@afdb.org Slide Number 1 Key Challenges of Agriculture in Africa Key Challenges of Agriculture in Africa Key Challenges of Agriculture in Africa Agricultural Potential in Africa Slide Number 6 Slide Number 7 Raise Agricultural Productivity Link Farmers to Markets andStrengthen Value Chains Enhance Agricultural Sustainability Environmental Services Challenges and Opportunities of Climate Change for Agriculture Slide Number 12 Increasing Funding in Agriculture Strengthening National Capacities Investing in Research and Technology Enhancing Regional Integration and Cooperation Stimulate Incentives for Conservation Adapt and Mitigate Effect of Climate Change Aid Effectiveness Conclusion Conclusion Thank Yous.mohammedahmed@afdb.org
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Score: 915655.8 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/csd...presentations/mohamedahmed.pdf
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