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We tell them about the IYS and the reasons behind it, we explain what healthy soils are and why they are important, we point out the consequences of soil degradation, and finally what role they can play in preserving the soil. During these visits, we make use of charts and images to make the subject more appealing and comprehensible to the students. (...) The three schools that we visited are within Osun State, south western Nigeria, and they include: The Apostolic High School, Modakeke, Osun State; Adventist High School, Ile Ife, Osun State; and Modakeke High School, Modakeke, Osun State. (...) Photo: Dahunsi Dunsin The views expressed here belong to the speaker and do not necessarily represent FAO’s views, positions, strategies or opinions Submitted by Dahinsi Juwonlo Comments: Yong Zhang 30-12-21 01:52 Nice post for me, thank you for sharing. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is to achieve food and security for all, VTOPS is to achieve food and security too in food packaging.
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Score: 984055.9 - https://www.fao.org/soils-2015...erve-to-hear-the-good-news/ar/
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We tell them about the IYS and the reasons behind it, we explain what healthy soils are and why they are important, we point out the consequences of soil degradation, and finally what role they can play in preserving the soil. During these visits, we make use of charts and images to make the subject more appealing and comprehensible to the students. (...) The three schools that we visited are within Osun State, south western Nigeria, and they include: The Apostolic High School, Modakeke, Osun State; Adventist High School, Ile Ife, Osun State; and Modakeke High School, Modakeke, Osun State. (...) Photo: Dahunsi Dunsin The views expressed here belong to the speaker and do not necessarily represent FAO’s views, positions, strategies or opinions Submitted by Dahinsi Juwonlo Comments: Yong Zhang 30-12-21 01:52 Nice post for me, thank you for sharing. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is to achieve food and security for all, VTOPS is to achieve food and security too in food packaging.
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Score: 984055.9 - https://www.fao.org/soils-2015...erve-to-hear-the-good-news/fr/
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We tell them about the IYS and the reasons behind it, we explain what healthy soils are and why they are important, we point out the consequences of soil degradation, and finally what role they can play in preserving the soil. During these visits, we make use of charts and images to make the subject more appealing and comprehensible to the students. (...) The three schools that we visited are within Osun State, south western Nigeria, and they include: The Apostolic High School, Modakeke, Osun State; Adventist High School, Ile Ife, Osun State; and Modakeke High School, Modakeke, Osun State. (...) Photo: Dahunsi Dunsin The views expressed here belong to the speaker and do not necessarily represent FAO’s views, positions, strategies or opinions Submitted by Dahinsi Juwonlo Comments: Yong Zhang 30-12-21 01:52 Nice post for me, thank you for sharing. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is to achieve food and security for all, VTOPS is to achieve food and security too in food packaging.
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Score: 984055.9 - https://www.fao.org/soils-2015...erve-to-hear-the-good-news/es/
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THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : WRITTEN STATEMENT
In December 1997 the White House submitted to the chairmen of the congressional committees a new bill entitled, “African Growth and Opportunity Bill” which President Clinton termed a “partnership for growth” which should benefit “countries which strengthen their democratic regime, reform their trade regulations and enhance their human resources”. The bill, has a nice name and a “clever slogan, ‘Trade not Aid’ but (...) is in fact an enormous benefits package for thriving multinational corporations and a threat to the very sovereignty of the sub-Saharan nations that sponsors of the bill say they want to help.”1 More than an attack on sovereignty, the bill is actually an economic, human, cultural and ecological disaster for African countries. (...) In March 1998, President Clinton made his first visit to Africa, during which he repeatedly spoke of an “African renaissance”;7 the trip also gave him the opportunity to showcase the so-called leaders of this new North American economic model in Africa; Congress was considering the first bill, the African Growth and Opportunity Act, at the time. (...) However, despite the enticing picture painted of the advantages of adopting such an agreement, former President Nelson Mandela reacted publicly to the bill under congressional consideration by telling President Clinton, during his visit on 27 March 1998, that “this is a matter over which we [South Africans] have serious reservations ...
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Score: 981456.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=E/CN.4/2000/NGO/99&Lang=E
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Mashambulizi Ufaransa na Saudia  Shambulio hilo la mauaji ya kikatili mjini Nice sio tukio pekee lililotokea leo kufuatia hatua ya Ufaransa ikiongozwa na Rais Emmanuel Macron kufuatia mauaji ya mwalimu aliyekatwa kichwa karibu na mji wa Paris yapata wiki mbili zilizopita.  (...) Kufuatia mauaji hayo ya Nice, polisi nchini Ufaransa wameanzisha uchunguzi wa mauaji huku Rais Macron akiliita shambulio hilo kuwa shambulio la kigaidi la kiislam huku tahadhari ya kitaifa ya usalama ikiwa imepandishwa katika kiwango cha juu.  (...) Hali ya kuvumiliana inahitajika  Katika taarifa yake kufuatia mauaji hayo ya Nice afisa wa Umoja wa Mataifa anayehusika na kusimamia ulinzi wa maeneo ya kidini na kuchagiza kuvumiliana katika masuala ya kidini Miguel Aingel Moratinos amelaani vikali shambulio hilo la kinyama na kusisitiza kwamba , shambulio lolote linalolenga raia, ikiwemo waumini halivumiliki na halihalalishwi popote, kwa njia yoyote ile na kwa yeyote yule anayelitekeleza
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Score: 980375 - https://news.un.org/sw/story/2020/10/1104362
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Simple recipes improve child nutrition | UNICEF West and Central Africa Skip to main content West and Central Africa Toggle navigation English Français Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast West and Central Africa EXPLORE UNICEF About us Where we work Regional Director Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) UNICEF DRC/Desjardins After 6 months, I gave her food supplements and she is progressing nicely", said Merveille, proudly. Today, little Juliana is 11 months and weighs 10 kilos. (...) Related topics Nutrition COVID-19 Democratic Republic of the Congo More to explore Press release 08 December 2021 European Union provides fresh funding to support COVID-19 vaccination in sub-Saharan Africa Visit the page Article From abducted to now sewing my way into the future One girl’s dream of rebuilding her life after abduction Read the story Press release 27 October 2021 G20 members have received 15 times more COVID-19 vaccine doses per capita than sub-Saharan African countries Visit the page Press release 18 October 2021 About 300,000 additional doses of Covid-19 vaccines for Senegal Visit the page Footer UNICEF Home Research and reports Stories Take action About us Where we work Press centre Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 978313.5 - https://www.unicef.org/wca/sto...ecipes-improve-child-nutrition
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Meet Chandy | UNICEF Cambodia Skip to main content Cambodia Toggle navigation English Khmer UNICEF Global Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Cambodia Explore UNICEF About us Children in Cambodia How we work Where we work Our partners Contact us Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) That’s where I had my idea to one day run a business. I’d like to create a nice coffee shop, and then work to make it successful. (...) Read the story Press release 16 November 2021 UNICEF celebrates World Children’s Day with event rallying support for Cambodia’s Generation Future Visit the page Press release 05 November 2021 East Asia and Pacific countries commit to ending violence against children during COVID-19 and beyond Visit the page Press release 14 July 2021 Official Launch of the National Action Plan to Prevent and Respond to Online Child Sexual Exploitation in Cambodia 2021-2025 Visit the page Footer UNICEF HOME What we do Research and report Stories Press center About us Children in Cambodia Where we work How we work Contact us Take action Child safe practices Job vacancies Volunteering Supply and procurement Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 978313.5 - https://www.unicef.org/cambodia/stories/meet-chandy
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Meet Bunthorn | UNICEF Cambodia Skip to main content Cambodia Toggle navigation English Khmer UNICEF Global Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Cambodia Explore UNICEF About us Children in Cambodia How we work Where we work Our partners Contact us Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) UNICEF Cambodia/2020/Antoine Raab One place I did go was Siem Reap to see Angkor Wat. It was so nice, and I liked the temples. But what I loved most was all the police. (...) Read the story Press release 16 November 2021 UNICEF celebrates World Children’s Day with event rallying support for Cambodia’s Generation Future Visit the page Press release 05 November 2021 East Asia and Pacific countries commit to ending violence against children during COVID-19 and beyond Visit the page Press release 14 July 2021 Official Launch of the National Action Plan to Prevent and Respond to Online Child Sexual Exploitation in Cambodia 2021-2025 Visit the page Footer UNICEF HOME What we do Research and report Stories Press center About us Children in Cambodia Where we work How we work Contact us Take action Child safe practices Job vacancies Volunteering Supply and procurement Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 978313.5 - https://www.unicef.org/cambodia/stories/meet-bunthorn
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Secretary-General Strongly Condemns ‘Heinous’ Attack at Church in Nice, France | Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Search the United Nations Search Advanced Search Toggle navigation Home Secretary-General Latest Press Releases Press Conferences General Assembly Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Security Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Press Conferences Economic and Social Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases International Court of Justice United Nations Print Press Release SG/SM/20379 29 October 2020 Secretary-General Statements and Messages Secretary-General Strongly Condemns ‘Heinous’ Attack at Church in Nice, France The following statement was issued today by the Spokesman for UN Secretary-General António Guterres: The Secretary-General strongly condemns the heinous attack today, 29 October, at the Notre Dame basilica in Nice, in which a number of people were killed.  
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Score: 977508.4 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2020/sgsm20379.doc.htm
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vica-video-report.ppt Report on MPEG Workshops on future directions in video compression Joern Ostermann, Touradj Ebrahimi April 21st, 2005 Busan, Korea Status of first workshop in Busan n 7 contributions followed by a panel discussion n Very well attended (estimated 250 participants) n Few areas identified q Future networks and their requirements q Future capture and display devices q Emerging compression components and schemes Conclusions of first workshop n Future mobile network features q Very low packet error rates circa 0.1% (no bit errors) q Occasional break-down of connections q Increasing higher bit rates available q IP based communication n Future capture and display q Higher resolution formats more widely used (1Kx2K and higher) q Better color renditions q Multi-view formats increasingly available Conclusions of first workshop n Emerging compression components q Better motion compensation schemes q Native RGB compression approach q Texture synthesis n Emerging compression schemes q Distributed source coding q X-lets n Complexity q Automatic complexity analysis based on C-code Status of workshop in Nice, France n Call: http://www.chiariglione.org/mpeg n Venue: Acropolis Nice on Sunday prior to MPEG meeting q a room with capacity of 100 has been reserved n Important dates q July 18th, 2005 Submission of abstract by sending an email to: futurevideo@listes.epfl.ch q August 15th, 2005 Notification of accepted papers q October 10th, 2005 Manuscripts due date q October 16th, 2005 Workshop Status of workshop in Nice, France n Distributed video coding n Texture synthesis and replacement n Advanced prediction techniques n Extensions to wavelet based coding (x-lets) n Low complexity video compression n Applications currently not supported by video compression standards n Trends in enabling technologies affecting video compression (display, acquisition, networks, processors, etc.) n Emerging applications requiring new compression standards (D-Cinema, Gaming, etc.)
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Score: 977508.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...S6_Chairoverview_Ostermann.pdf
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