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Current results • 3 pilot centres set up in Dioila, Ségou and Sikasso regions • 1,000 women across 100 villages trained on shea nut processing technology, management and marketing; in addition, more efficient production equipment provided • Private sector investment attracted by the women’s coopera- tive in Dioila, thus giving them direct access to international markets • In 2011, the French cosmetics company Chimitex bought 40 tons of shea butter soap directly from the Dioila women’s cooperative. (...) Not only that, it has enhanced the women’s opportunities and allowed them to improve their living standards and advance to more rewarding positions. The lessons learnt, particularly the good practices acquired from the pilot centres, have allowed the Government to expand its programme and replicate the approach in hundreds of villages.
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Score: 1382351.3 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...t_MLI_PR_sheabutter_2012_0.pdf
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ROAD TRAFFIC PERFORMANCE IN THE NETHERLANDS / TRANSMITTED BY STATISTICS NETHERLANDS
These location types are mapped to the NUTS region through the “neutral” concept “location”. (...) Did you use a license for hire and reward or for own account to drive with the vehicle during the survey week a. Hire and reward yes no b. Own account yes no 9.
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Score: 1354840 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=TRANS/WP.6/AC.5/2005/2&Lang=E
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY OFFICIAL RECORDS, 10TH SESSION :1ST COMMITTEE, 758TH MEETING, MONDAY, 10TH OCTOBER, 1955, NEW YORK
The results of the research made by the industrialized nations in the problem of nuclear power and in the construction of prototype and demon- stration reactors were being made widely available. That was a rewarding example of international co- operation. 8. (...) With regard to the proposed International Atomic Energy Agency, Mr. Nutting stated that the United Kingdom had endorsed the proposal to form the Agency, and recalled his Government's willingness to make a significant contribution of fissile material. (...) With regard to the draft statute for the Agency, Mr. Nutting said it would be unwise at the present time to stipulate in detail exactly what must and what must not be done by that body.
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Score: 1305720.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=A/C.1/SR.758&Lang=E
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Time is a big challenge, but money is certainly not (unless we buy a lot of nuts in healthy food stores). Vegetables and fruit are very cheap in our region. (...) I’m sorry to say this so honestly, but I reward eating vegetables with a cartoon movie or colored chocolate candies, going to the cinema or playroom. (...) He does not ask for them, because I do not put them where he can see them unless he gets sweets as a reward. I have to say again that rewarding for eating is not a good option, but I am still looking for a better one.
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Score: 1263768.75 - https://www.unicef.org/bih/en/...estic-and-seasonal-best-choice
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Moreover, these techniques reward farmers with better-quality produce to sell. For example, in Burkina Faso, where shea nuts are the second-most-exported cash crop (after cotton), ecosystem-based techniques could improve the quality of shea nuts and ensure sustainable production methods. (...) Across West Africa, between 4 million and 5 million women depend almost entirely on shea nuts for their livelihood, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization.
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Score: 1256639 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...e-under-cloud-changing-climate
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Becoming a parent is an exciting and rewarding experience, but it can also feel overwhelming at times and you likely have lots of questions. (...) Make sure you are getting adequate energy, protein, vitamins and minerals by eating a variety of healthy foods, including vegetables, meat, beans, nuts, pasteurized dairy and fruit. >Read What to eat when pregnant UNICEF How your baby is growing This period is the most crucial to your baby’s development.
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Score: 1209327.5 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...ncy-milestones/first-trimester
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Becoming a parent is an exciting and rewarding experience, but it can also feel overwhelming at times and you likely have lots of questions. (...) Make sure you are getting adequate energy, protein, vitamins and minerals by eating a variety of healthy foods, including vegetables, meat, beans, nuts, pasteurized dairy and fruit. >Read What to eat when pregnant How your baby is growing This period is the most crucial to your baby’s development.
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Score: 1209327.5 - https://www.unicef.org/azerbai...nes/your-first-trimester-guide
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY OFFICIAL RECORDS, 10TH SESSION :1ST COMMITTEE, 756TH MEETING, WEDNESDAY, 5TH OCTOBER, 1955, NEW YORK
The CHAIRMAN thanked the members of the Committee, and particularly the representatives of Colombia and Belgium, who had nominated and sec- onded him for election, for the honour conferred on him and on his country. 4. Mr. NUTTING (United Kingdom), expressing the pleasure felt by his delegation and by other mem- bers of the Commonwealth at the election of the Chair- man, conveyed his best wishes for a successful tenure of that office. 5. (...) He would do his best to reward their confidence. Election of the Rapporteur 10.
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Score: 1198397.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=A/C.1/SR.756&Lang=E
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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS AND THE WORK UNDER WORKING PARTY ON AGRICULTURAL QUALITY STANDARDS
The Working Party on Agricultural Quality Standards contributes to this target by: • Improving the role of women in agriculture and support services, and their contribution to family income • Involving all processes of trade from the farm to the market, • Facilitating access of small-scale producers to market by making requirements of distant markets known, • Adding value by providing a tool for increased profit by quality/price relation and improved farmer resilience • Creating standards that provide guidance on the target of production • Contributes to possibilities for value addition (including non-farm employment); Supporting possibilities for up-scaling • Supporting possibilities for up-scaling, Analyzing new ways of facilitating exports, • Decreasing costs through more efficient and harmonized rules and procedures for trading fresh and dried fruits and nuts. • Improving the education in market requirements, • Encouraging improvement of agricultural skills. (...) The Working Party on Agricultural Quality Standards contributes to this target by: • Fighting food loss by promoting/rewarding quality production, • Creating standards that help reduce waste, as the standards guarantee the edibility of the product, • Ensuring that not meeting standards does not prevent processing or consumption of the product, • Ensuring that the quality provisions of the standards respect different production systems, • Contributing to guidance for storage/handling conditions which increase shelf life of produce (valid for entire production and distribution chain) • Helping buyers describe their requirements in a clear way, • Fighting food loss through transparent quality requirements, • Specifically in the area of seed potatoes, the Working Party stresses that high quality planting material is a cornerstone for sustainable agriculture by providing the greatest yield potential.
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Score: 1173154.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=ECE/CTCS/WP.7/2017/3&Lang=E
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Let them explore the different colours, textures and flavours of fruits, vegetables and other food groups: Grains, roots, tubers and plantains Pulses (beans, peas, lentils), nuts and seeds Dairy products (milk, yogurt, cheese) Meat, fish, poultry Eggs Vitamin-A rich fruits and vegetables Other fruits and vegetables If your child is having difficulty with a certain vegetable, try offering both the raw and cooked version – they may love one and reject the other! (...) Make sure you are offering an age-appropriate amount of nutritious food to your child and praise them for eating, even if it is just a little bit. Don’t use food as a reward By using food to praise good behaviour, children will come to think of certain foods as “good” (like sweets) and other foods as “bad” (like vegetables).
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Score: 1172634.1 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...-tips-winning-over-picky-eater
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