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Inhabitant Safety Office This office oversees disaster-related tasks such as disaster response, recovery and prevention, and establishes safety policies for the city. (...) Welfare Department The department oversees welfare for the vulnerable groups such as the elderly and the disabled. It also oversees the welfare of the city. Inhabitants' Health Bureau This department oversees health, medical care, health promotion and food hygiene.
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Score: 927702.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...a/files/basic-html/page36.html
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. © Instituto Nacional de Fomento Cooperativo (INFOCOOP) - A woman engineer and coordinator of the group oversees the work   ©   Instituto Nacional de Fomento Cooperativo    (INFOCOOP) - A woman engineer and coordinator of the group oversees the work   ©   Instituto Nacional de Fomento Cooperativo    (INFOCOOP) - A woman engineer and coordinator of the group oversees the work   ©   Instituto Nacional de Fomento Cooperativo    (INFOCOOP) - A woman engineer and coordinator of the group oversees the work   ©   Instituto Nacional de Fomento Cooperativo    (INFOCOOP) - A woman engineer and coordinator of the group oversees the work   ©   Instituto Nacional de Fomento Cooperativo    (INFOCOOP) - A woman engineer and coordinator of the group oversees the work   Tags: decent work, community development, sustainable development, cooperatives, social and solidarity economy, enterprises Regions and countries covered: Americas, Global, Costa Rica, Colombia Tools This content is available in español français A A+ A++ Print Share this content in © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 892565.8 - https://www.ilo.org/global/top...WCMS_765054/lang--en/index.htm
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Involved in the high speed broadband, 2 | P a g e broadband to the general population rollout. Also oversees wireless infrastructure rollout such as towers and structures, local authority issues, QoE and QoS issues, health and radiation. : 2010 – March 2015 Promoted to Chief Officer Industry Development Responsible for overseeing Spectrum Planning, Industry Development, Broadband Initiatives and Rollout, DTT implementation/ASO, Content/Apps Development, Policy Development and Rural Development/Universal Service Provisioning : Current Redesignated as Chief Officer Communication, Digital Services and Standards Responsible for overseeing Digital Communities, Infrastructure, E-Commerce and Postal, Public Service Delivery, Technology and Society.
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Score: 891917.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/c...H%20Profile-ITU-SG5%202016.pdf
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Notification requirementsNotification requirements "The Committee shall oversee the "The Committee shall oversee the implementation of the Agreement on implementation of the Agreement on Agriculture. [...] shall afford Members the Agriculture. [...] shall afford Members the opportunity of consulting on any matter opportunity of consulting on any matter relating to the implementation of the relating to the implementation of the provisions of the Agreementprovisions of the Agreement ." ." (...) Implementation of commitmentsImplementation of commitments scheduledscheduled rulerule--based based FollowFollow--up: NFIDC Decisionup: NFIDC Decision Overseeing functionOverseeing function What, when, who ?
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Score: 890046.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../wkshop_sep09_e/session1_e.pdf
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The Committee’s mandate has been further expanded by subsequent resolutions to oversee additional sanctions measures. 2012-2013 2014-2015 2016-2017   2018 2019 2020 Côte d'Ivoire Committee established pursuant to resolution 1572 (2004) concerning Côte d'Ivoire 2004-2007 2008-2009 2010-2011 2012-2013 2014-2015 2016-2017   By resolution 1572 (2004) of 15 November 2004, the Security Council established a Committee to oversee the arms embargo against Côte d’Ivoire, as well as an assets freeze and travel ban imposed on designated individuals. (...) Subsequently, the Council also requested the Committee to oversee an assets freeze and travel ban on designated individuals and groups, as well as certain restrictions related to aviation. (...) Since 2004, the Committee also oversees the implementation of an assets freeze on individuals and entities.
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Score: 886520.2 - https://www.un.org/securitycouncil/node/64095
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The Committee: Considering the CFS 44 decisions (CFS 2017/44/Report), paragraphs 34b1 and 34f2, requests the Bureau in consultation with the Advisory Group, seeking additional input as needed, to: a) Oversee the preparation of Global Thematic Events (GTE) in plenary; b) Oversee the preparation of events organized for monitoring other CFS policy recommendations during the plenary weeks or the intersessional periods, as decided by the Bureau following the criteria mentioned in CFS 2017/44/11, para.8, considering resource availability; c) [Oversee the preparation of the event organized in 2019 for monitoring CFS policy recommendation on topic xx during plenary week/intersessional period, subject to resource availability;] – to be decided by the Bureau on 25 July 2018 d) [Oversee the preparation by the Open Ended Working Group on Monitoring, in a one-off meeting in 2019, of a proposal for improving existing activities and developing new activities for promoting accountability and sharing best practices at all levels, as per paragraph 10 of Annex C of the document CFS 2018/45/xx.] 1 “The Committee: Endorsed the document (CFS 2017/44/11) that outlines the approach to monitoring the implementation of CFS main policy products, in accordance with CFS 43 decisions (CFS 2016/43 Final Report and CFS 2016/43/7), and CFS other policy recommendations.” 2 “The Committee: Recognized that the need for and role of OEWG on monitoring may be reconsidered in light of the decisions of the Committee related to the follow-up to the independent evaluation of CFS.” (...) It is proposed for the Bureau in consultation with the Advisory Group, seeking additional input as needed, to oversee the preparation of Global Thematic Events (GTE) in plenary; and of events organized for monitoring other CFS policy recommendations during the plenary weeks or the intersessional periods, as decided by the Bureau following the criteria mentioned in CFS 2017/44/11, para.8, considering resource availability Decision (c) 4. (...) If the Bureau agrees with the proposal(s) to hold an event on other CFS policy recommendations in 2019, subject to resource availability, this will need to be submitted 3 “The Committee: Requested the Bureau in consultation with the Advisor Group, and the OEWG on monitoring in a one-off meeting, to oversee the preparation of the Global Thematic Event in plenary in 2018 and of events organized for monitoring the other CFS policy recommendations during the plenary week or the intersessional periods, subject to resource availability”, CFS 2017/44/Report, paragraph 34d 4 CFS 2017/44/Report, paragraph 34f 5 CFS 2017/44/11, paragraph 8 Page 3 of 3 to Plenary as it was not included in MYPoW 2018-2019, based on CFS 44 decisions and resource availability.
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Score: 885116.2 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/..._Monitoring_Draft_Decision.pdf
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Alvaro Menilon~a e Moura, Permanent Representative.of Portugal to the United Nations, co·facilitator to oversee the preparatory process and to conclude the intergovernmental consultations on a "Call for Action" . •. (...) Burhan Gafoo·r, Permanent Representative of Singapore to the United Nations, co-facilitator to oversee the preparatory process and to conclude the intergovernmental consultations on a "Call for Action" Opening Remarks • RR Mr. (...) Burhan Gafoor, Permanent Representative of Singapore to the United Nations, co-facilitator to oversee the preparatory process and to conclude the intergovernmental consultations on a "Call for Action" e H.E.
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Score: 871175.5 - https://www.un.org/pga/71/wp-c...ng-of-the-Ocean-Conference.pdf
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. • Execute activities by managing personnel, goods and services, training and low-value grants, including drafting terms of reference and work specifications, and overseeing all contractors’ work. • Monitor events as determined in the project monitoring plan, and update the plan as required. • Provide support for completion of assessments required by UNDP, spot checks and audits. • Manage requests for the provision of UNDP financial resources through funding advances, direct payments or reimbursement. • Monitor financial resources and accounting to ensure the accuracy and reliability of financial reports. • Monitor progress, watch for plan deviations and make course corrections when needed within project board-agreed tolerances to achieve results. • Ensure that changes are controlled and problems addressed. • Perform regular progress reporting to the project board as agreed with the board, including measures to address challenges and opportunities. • Prepare and submit financial reports to UNDP on a quarterly basis. • Manage and monitor the project risks – including social and environmental risks - initially identified and submit new risks to the Project Board for consideration and decision on possible actions if required; update the status of these risks by maintaining the project risks log; • Capture lessons learned during project implementation. • Prepare revisions to the multi-year workplan, as needed, as well as annual and quarterly plans if required. • Prepare the inception report no later than one month after the inception workshop. • Ensure that the indicators included in the project results framework are monitored annually in advance of the GEF PIR submission deadline so that progress can be reported in the GEF PIR. (...) Project Gender and Participation Specialist 48 months Duties and Responsibilities • Monitor progress in implementation of the project Gender Action Plan ensuring that targets are fully met and the reporting requirements are fulfilled; • Oversee/develop/coordinate implementation of all gender-related work; • Review the Gender Action Plan annually, and update and revise corresponding management plans as necessary; Consultant Time Input Tasks, Inputs and Outputs • Work with the M&E officer and Safeguards Officer to ensure reporting, monitoring and evaluation fully address the gender issues of the project; Project Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist 48 months Duties and Responsibilities • Monitor project progress and participate in the production of progress reports ensuring that they meet the necessary reporting requirements and standards; • Ensure project’s M&E meets the requirements of the Government, the UNDP Country Office, and UNDP-GEF; develop project- specific M&E tools as necessary; • Oversee and ensure the implementation of the project’s M&E plan, including periodic appraisal of the Project’s Theory of Change and Results Framework with reference to actual and potential project progress and results; • Oversee/develop/coordinate the implementation of the stakeholder engagement plan; • Oversee and guide the design of surveys/ assessments commissioned for monitoring and evaluating project results; • Facilitate mid-term and terminal evaluations of the project; including management responses; • Facilitate annual reviews of the project and produce analytical reports from these annual reviews, including learning and other knowledge management products; • Support project site M&E and learning missions; • Visit project sites as and when required to appraise project progress on the ground and validate written progress reports. (...) For Technical Assistance National Project Specialist (CR) / IWRM and Goverrnance Specialist 48 months Under close supervision of Project Manager (PM), he/she will be in charge of conducting and overseeing integrated water resources management work under all components of the project and of providing technical assistance to the binational governance structures (CBCRS) of the Sixaola river basin National Project Specialist Sustainable Production Specialist (CR) 48 months Under close supervision of Project Manager (PM), he/she will be in charge of orienting and supervising specialized consultancies on pilots 2, 3 and 4.
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Score: 870583.8 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...-06.-Terms-of-Reference_21.pdf
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Diapositiva 1 Secretariat Hosted by the World Health Organization and Board Chaired ad interim by Ms Preeti Sudan, Government of India Governance & Nominations Committee Update Flavia Bustreo, Governance and Nominations Committee Chair Fondation Botnar Board Member PMNCH 23rd Board Meeting 9-11 July 2019, The Hague 2 ▪ Ensures effective governance and oversees board rotation & nominations ▪ Membership is composed of representatives of the ten constituencies Role & Membership of the Executive Committee Constituency Member Adolescents & Youth David Imbago, Youth Health Organization Academic, Research & Training Nuria Casamitjana, IS Global Donors & Foundations Peter St. John, Global Affairs Canada Global Financing Mechanisms Leslie Elders, GFF Healthcare Professional Associations Dorothy Shaw, FIGO Inter-Governmental Organization Awaiting nomination NGOs Awaiting nomination Partner Governments Vandana Gurnani, Government of India Private Sector Mary-Ann Etiebet, Merck for Mothers UN Agencies Ted Chaiban, UNICEF 3 Areas covered by the Governance & Nominations Committee January-June 2019 4 Key activities ▪ Reactivating the Governance and Nominations Committee o Membership o Terms of reference ▪ Review of the Board Manual A review of the Board Manual was carried out and it was agreed that the current version would be used until after the external evaluation. ▪ Constituency consultations A series of meetings were held with constituency leaders to discuss governance-related constituency issues and the following two constituencies have been prioritized for focused proactive revamping of their membership: o Academic, Research and Training Institutes o Private Sector 5 Key activities ▪ Board leadership transition o New Board Chair ▪ Board rotation o Overseeing constituency out-reach and nominations o Endorsement of candidates (as recognized yesterday during the Board Chair’s welcome remarks) ▪ Preparation for the governance aspects of the External Evaluation o Review of outstanding issues from the last governance-strengthening process that would entail in-depth analysis and recommendation to the Board before a decision is taken o A list of such issues is being prepared to be shared with the External Evaluation Reference Group. (...) Other review work undertaken or on-going to be taken into account: o Audit by WHO recently completed o Review of 2018 Partners’ Forum o Assessment of Youth and Adolescent Constituency o Evaluation of the Independent Accountability Panel 8 Process of the Evaluation --Board and Executive Committee oversee the evaluation --Reference Group oversees operations: members include o current and past Board members, o other colleagues knowledgeable of PMNCH and evaluation methods o Dorothy Shaw, Kate Somers, Anshu Banerjee, Mesfin Teklu Tessema, Carles Pericas Escale, Kaosar Afsana --Consultant contracted to support the Group’s work --Invitation to bid posted on WHO website, deadline was July 7 --Four bids received 9 Objective and Scope Take a critical look at value added by the Partnership over the past 5 years Forward looking / thinking: how to apply lessons learned to future strategies Main evaluation questions cover: Vision and mission Governance Relevance Programming and delivery Effectiveness, performance and impact 10 Time Line going forward --Reference Group will score the bids and recommend preferred bidder.
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Score: 866719.1 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...rd/6_Governance_evaluation.pdf
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The Committee’s mandate has been further expanded by subsequent resolutions to oversee additional sanctions measures. 2012-2013 2014-2015 2016-2017   2018 2019 2020 Côte d'Ivoire Committee established pursuant to resolution 1572 (2004) concerning Côte d'Ivoire 2004-2007 2008-2009 2010-2011 2012-2013 2014-2015 2016-2017   By resolution 1572 (2004) of 15 November 2004, the Security Council established a Committee to oversee the arms embargo against Côte d’Ivoire, as well as an assets freeze and travel ban imposed on designated individuals. (...) Subsequently, the Council also requested the Committee to oversee an assets freeze and travel ban on designated individuals and groups, as well as certain restrictions related to aviation. (...) Since 2004, the Committee also oversees the implementation of an assets freeze on individuals and entities.
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Score: 764082.23 - https://www.un.org/securitycou...sanctions-and-other-committees
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