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The working groups are open to all IFCS participants WG Global Partnership to Phase Out Use of Lead in Paints Forum VI adopted the Dakar Resolution for Elimination of Lead in Paints . The Forum decided that a global partnership to promote the implementation of the measures contained in paragraph 57 of the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development is essential and that the partnership should support the phasing out of lead in lead-based paints. The Forum invited the Governing Bodies of relevant intergovernmental organisations including UNEP and WHO to support and participate in the initiative. (...) WG Members doc, 72kb Document submitted to ICCM-2 Arabic doc, 251kb Chinese doc, 192kb English doc, 208kb French doc, 194kb Russian doc, 160kb Spanish doc, 194kb ICCM-2 Resolution Endorsing Global Partnership to promote phasing out the use of lead in paints pdf, 125kb (advance copy) ICCM2: official meeting documents on Lead in Paint SAICM/ICCM.2/INF/29 - Submission by the Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety in relatrion to phasing out the use of lead in paint SAICM/ICCM.2/INF/38 - Background information in relation to the emerging policy issues of lead in paint SAICM/ICCM.2/10 - Emerging policy issues SAIM/ICCM.2/10/Add.1 - Proposed actions on emerging policy issues SUPPORT FOR ACTIONS TO PHASE OUT THE USE OF LEAD IN PAINT International Paint & Printing Ink Council Letter of support for global partnership to phase out the use of lead in paints May 1, 2009 pdf, 205kb G8 Environment Ministers Meetings Chair’s Summary Siracusa Environment Ministerial Meeting Castello Maniace, Siracusa 22-24 April, 2009 http://www.g7.utoronto.ca/environment/env090424-summary.pdf The G8 and other participating countries have discussed the merits of a renewed and purposeful focus on safeguarding human health as a fundamental objective of environmental protection and sustainable development.
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Score: 1048629.7 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...tee/working_groups/post_f6/en/
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Painting 'La partie de cartes' (19th Century painting) - Donation by the Aschb - UNESCO Mediabank Toggle navigation UNESCO Mediabank UNESCO Mediabank Photos Videos Audio Language English Français Español Русский العربية 中文 Filter by Photos Videos Audio Advanced search Painting 'La partie de cartes' (19th Century painting) - Donation by the Aschb Download Original Filename: 90000023.jpg License: Creative Commons: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 IGO Language of resource: None Size: 2806x 2480 Preview Description: Painting 'La partie de cartes' (19th Century painting) - Donation by the Aschberg Foundation to UNESCO Collections: ??
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Score: 1047067 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/4447/
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Financial offer form Annex B - Financial Form ITB/2022/024 - OFFICE Furniture S/N Item Description Unit Price in USD Delviery leadtime in working days Remarks 1 DINING TABLE L: 80CM W: 75CM H: 74CM- LAMINATED TOP TABLE, METAL LEG COATED WITH ELECTROSTATIC POWDER PAINT 2 DINING TABLE L: 120CM W: 75CM H: 74CM- LAMINATED TOP TABLE, METAL LEG COATED WITH ELECTROSTATIC POWDER PAINT 3 DINING TABLE L: 180CM W: 75CM H: 74CM- LAMINATED TOP TABLE, METAL LEG COATED WITH ELECTROSTATIC POWDER PAINT 4 METAL WARDROBE for TWO PERSON,DKP SHEET METAL CABINET, AIR CONDITIONING COATED WITH ELECTROSTATIC POWDER PAINT, AND DOOR WITH TAG, METAL LEG, METAL COAT HANGER, LOCK,50 x 43 x 185 H 5 ROUND TABLE DIAMETER: 100CM, 120CM, 150CM. HEIGHT: 74CM 6 SOLO CIRCULAR COFFE TABLE 50 / LAMINATED,18 MM LAMINATED TOP TABLE, METAL LEG COATED WITH ELECTROSTATIC POWDER PAINT,Ø50 x 40 H 7 SOLO SQUARE COFFE TABLE 50 / LAMINATED,18 MM LAMINATED TOP TABLE, METAL LEG COATED WITH ELECTROSTATIC POWDER PAINT,50 x 50 x 40 H 8 VINA COFFE TABLE 60 / LAMINATED,18 MM LAMINATED TOP TABLE, METAL LEG COATED WITH ELECTROSTATIC POWDER PAINT,60 x 60 x 40 H 9 SOLO CIRCULAR CENTER TABLE 80 / LAMINATED,18 MM LAMINATED TOP TABLE, METAL LEG COATED WITH ELECTROSTATIC POWDER PAINT,Ø80 x 40 H 10 POLI COFFE TABLE SQUARE - 50 / NATURAL WOODEN,18 MM NATURAL WOODEN or LACQUER TOP TABLE, CHROMIZING or ELECTROSTATIC POWDER PAINT LEG,50 x 50 x 45 H 11 POLI COFFE TABLE ROUND / NATURAL WOODEN,18 MM NATURAL WOODEN or LACQUER TOP TABLE, CHROMIZING or ELECTROSTATIC POWDER PAINT LEG,Ø 50 x 45 H 12 WOODEN COAT HANGER,METAL COATED WITH ELECTROSTATIC POWDER PAINT 13 METAL COAT HANGER,METAL COATED WITH ELECTROSTATIC POWDER PAINT 14 COAT HANGER, 4-5 HOOKS 15 DKP SHEET METAL DRAWER, COATED WITH ELECTROSTATIC POWDER PAINT, CENTRAL LOCK, 3 & 4 DRAWERS 16 LAMINATED TOP TABLE AND LAPEL MELAMINE BODY, METAL HANDLE, PVC LEG, CENTRAL LOCK, 40 x 50 x 58.8 H 17 LAMINATED TOP TABLE AND LAPEL MELAMINE BODY, PUSH - OPEN MECHANISM, PLASTIC CASTORS 18 ETAGERE with 2 DOORS - LAMINATE,100 x 42 x 83,1 H 19 ETAGERE with 2 DOORS - LAMINATE,90 x 52 x 83,1 H 20 ETAGERE, ONE SINGLE DOOR + 3 & 4 DRAWERS - LAMINATE,90 x 52 x 83,1 H - FAVORABLE COLOR: WHITE 21 4 DOORS WOODEN CABINETS H: 195CM - W: 90CM - DEPTH: 40CM 22 MEETING TABLE L: 360CM - W: 140CM - H: 75CM 23 MEETING TABLE L: 200CM - W: 120CM - H: 75CM 24 L-SHAPE DESK: LAMINATED TOP TABLE, INCLUDING DETTACHABLE KEYBOARD SHELF + DRAWERS WITH LOCKS, 120 x 120 x 74 25 L-SHAPE DESK: LAMINATED TOP TABLE, INCLUDING DETTACHABLE KEYBOARD SHELF + DRAWERS WITH LOCKS, 140 x 140 x 74 26 L-SHAPE DESK: LAMINATED TOP TABLE, INCLUDING DETTACHABLE KEYBOARD SHELF + DRAWERS WITH LOCKS, 160 x 160 x 74 27 L-SHAPE DESK: LAMINATED TOP TABLE, INCLUDING DETTACHABLE KEYBOARD SHELF + DRAWERS WITH LOCKS, 180 x 160 x 74 28 18 MM LAMINATED TOP TABLE, FRONT PANEL, METAL OR WOODEN LEG COATED 120X70X74 29 18 MM LAMINATED TOP TABLE, FRONT PANEL, METAL OR WOODEN LEG COATED 140X80X74 30 18 MM LAMINATED TOP TABLE, FRONT PANEL, METAL OR WOODEN LEG COATED 160X80X74 31 18 MM LAMINATED TOP TABLE, FRONT PANEL, METAL OR WOODEN LEG COATED 180X80X74 32 18 MM LAMINATED TOP TABLE, WITH SEPERATING PANEL, METAL OR WOODEN LEG, 140 x 160 x 74 33 18 MM LAMINATED TOP TABLE, WITH SEPERATING PANEL, METAL OR WOODEN LEG 160 x 160 x 74 34 Office Desk ‐ 140x75x74 35 Office Desk ‐ 120x75x74 36 Office Desk ‐ 100x75x74 37 DESK TOP WOODEN SEPARATOR - H: 50CM , W: 100CM , T: 10MM 38 FOOT REST 39 Conference chair, medium back, tilt mechanism, PU leather upholstery Metal BASE +PU CASTORS 40 Fabric Seat, Mesh Back with Adjustble Arms, Metal Base, Back + Neck Support, Tilt Mechanism 41 Swivel chair, adjestable hight and arms, simple mechanism, BACK SUPPORT, Titl Mechanism 42 3 SEATED BENCH WITH ALUMINUM STRUCTURE WITH UPHOLSTERED WOODEN SHELL, BLUE COLOR, FIRE RETARDANT, FABRIC OR PVC LEATHER 43 Leather Visitor Chair with arm rest 44 Leather Visitor chair without arm rest NOTES : 1.
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Score: 1045755.5 - https://www.unhcr.org/lb/wp-co...-B-Financial-Offer-Form-1.xlsx
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The only difference is that the figures in the 9 later paintings are wearing the typical elon- gated Safavid turban, the tāj-i heydarı̄. (...) Āqā Mı̄rak painted 3, Mı̄r Musavvir, 1, and Dūst Dı̄vāna, 6 miniatures. (...) The influence of European painting, which also came via India, grew steadily as Western works of art made their appearance in Iran.
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Score: 1045436.2 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...%20and%20calligraphy%20BIS.pdf
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Painting & calligraphy Painting & calligraphy Persian Miniature Persian Miniature A Persian miniature is a small painting on paper, whether a book illustration or a separate work of art intended to be kept in an album of such works called a muraqqa. (...) Although there is an equally well-established Persian tradition of wall-painting, the survival rate and state of preservation of miniatures is better, and miniatures are much the best-known form of Persian painting in the West, and many of the most important examples are in Western, or Turkish, museums. Miniature painting became a significant Persian genre in the 13th century, receiving Chinese influence after the Mongol conquests, and the highest point in the tradition was reached in the 15th and 16th centuries.
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Score: 1044788.7 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad/taxonomy/term/755/feed
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Exhibitions and other activities At the present time the Department of Reproductive Health and Research has in its possession 62 paintings of various sizes – all painted by the same artist. Some of these paintings were donated by the artist to WHO to initiate the project; the rest of the paintings have been purchased by WHO from the artist. These paintings are available for display at exhibitions, congresses and other meetings and events.
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Score: 1043656.6 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/knowledge/topics/a4h_project/en/
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Exhibitions and other activities At the present time the Department of Reproductive Health and Research has in its possession 62 paintings of various sizes – all painted by the same artist. Some of these paintings were donated by the artist to WHO to initiate the project; the rest of the paintings have been purchased by WHO from the artist. These paintings are available for display at exhibitions, congresses and other meetings and events.
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Score: 1043656.6 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/acti...ities/advocacy/a4h_project/en/
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This should include costs of cables, conduit pipes and switches 1 0 Total ‐                                 ‐                                 8.0  PAINTING AND DECORATION ‐                                 Apply gypsum powder on gypsum board by skimming m² 78 8.1 Apply three coats of emulsion paints on internal and external wall  surfaces including ceilling m² 200      COMPLETION THE CONSTRUCTION OF COMMUNITY BASED EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION (CB ECCE) PILOT ‐MODEL IN  SENGEREMA DISTRICT BOQ FOR COMPLETION THE CONSTRUCTION OF LEARNING ROOM               42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 A B C D E F 8.2 Prepare and apply one finishing coat and two finishing coats of  silk vinyl paint on plastered walls ( broken white) to all internal  walls surfaces   m² 100 8.3 Apply three coats of gloss paint to skirting 0.15m high internally  wall surface m² 5 8.4 Apply three coats of gloss paint on windows and door frame and  shutter m² 15 8.5 Apply three coarts of gloss bituminous paint to external walls  foundation m² 20 8.6 Apply three coats of wheathagurd to fisiaboard m² 9 ‐                                 SUB TOTAL ‐                                 ‐                                 9.0  LEARNING ROOM ASSESSORIES ‐                                 9.1 Supply 2 chairs  pc 2 Supply Care Worker Table2 800mm x 100mm x7 00mm  pc 2 9.2 Supply mats in the classroom pc 5 SUB TOTAL ‐                                 ‐                                 10  Play Items (all items to painted with different colours) item Supply and install  Swing set with 3 swings, pc 1 ‐                                 Supply and install  2 See saws mounted on single frame  one not  less 150cm pc 2 ‐                                 Supply and install one ladder and slide; height not less than  200cm  pc 1 Assorted learning materials ‐ story books,  picture books, basic  stationaries (to be purchased in consultation with UNESCO) Package 1 500,000.00 500,000.00                  SUB TOTAL 500,000.00                  TOTAL 500,000.00                  B S/N DESCRIPTION OF WORK UNIT QUANTITY RATE AMOUNT 1.0   SUB‐STRUCTURE ‐                                 1.1 Lay external rendering to masonry wall foundation cement /sand  motor 1:4 ratio 15mm thick. m² 15 ‐                                 1.2 Construction of ramp complete with plastering and floor  screed.150x150cm Lump sum 1 ‐                                 1.3 Apply two coats and one finishing coat Bitumenous paint on  printh wall ( foundation) m² 15 ‐                                 SUB TOTAL ‐                                 ‐                                 2.0    DOOR  ‐                                 2.1 Provide and fix steel door (Frame size 900mmx2500mm) Square  pipe 1.25" to 1.25" and Plate G18, well welded, provide all  fittings including red oxide and  finishing with  glasses silicon and  steel putty to be applied to fix glasses at openning. pc 2 ‐                                 ‐                                 3.0  WINDOWS 3.1 Supply and fix metal windowsize 1700mm x 1300mm. Use Hollow  Section 1.5"x1" frame and 1"x1" shutter using glasses 4mm clear  fixed with steel putty and silicon  No 1 ‐                                 SUB TOTAL ‐                                 4.0  CEILLING  ‐                                 4.1 Supply and fix sawn soft wood treated tember and nails. ‐                                 (i) 50mm x 75mm softwood around the wall  Lm 70 ‐                                 (ii) 50mm x50mm soft wood 600 c/c draft Lm 110 ‐                                 (iii) 9mm thick gypsum boards m² 24 ‐                                 BOQ FOR COMPLETION KITCHEN AND STORE 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 A B C D E F (iv)  Cornices Lm 37 ‐                                 SUB TOTAL ‐                                 ‐                                 5.0   FLOORING ‐                                 5.1 Lay 40mm thick cement and sand floor screed by using 1:3  cemrnt/sand ratio and well steel trowelled m² 24 ‐                                 SUB TOTAL ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐                                 6.0  PLUMBING AND SANITATION ‐                                 Supply and fix hand washing basin complete with fittings and  accessories pc 1 ‐                                 A Supply and fix pvc pipe 1½" pc 1 ‐                                 B Pvc pipe 4'' Grade B pc 3 ‐                                 C Poly pipe (¾'') m 25 ‐                                 D IPS pipe (½'') pcs 4 ‐                                 E IPS Elbow (½'') pcs 4 ‐                                 F IPS Tee (½'') pcs 4 ‐                                 G IPS Nipple (½'') pcs 2 ‐                                 H IPS Reducing Bush (¾'') to (½'') pcs 4 ‐                                 I IPS Union (½'') pcs 5 ‐                                 J Connector ¾'' pcs 4 ‐                                 K IPS Socket (½'') pcs 4 ‐                                 L Bib tape pex  ½'' pcs 2 ‐                                 M Thread seal tape pcs 5 ‐                                 N Non tap 1½'' No 2 ‐                                 O PVC Elbow 1½'' pcs 8 ‐                                 P PVC Tee 1½'' pcs 4 ‐                                 Q PVC Plug 1½'' pcs 4 ‐                                 Sub‐total ‐                                 ‐                                 7.0  PAINTING AND DECORATION ‐                                 7.1 Supply gypsum powder on gypsum board by skimming m² 17 ‐                                 7.2 Apply three coats of emulsion paints on all internal and external  wall surfaces and ceilling including surface wall at verandeh m² 105 ‐                                 7.3 Prepare and apply one finishing coat and two finishing coats of  silk vinyl paint on plastered walls ( broken white) to all internal  walls surfaces   m² 60 ‐                                 7.4 Apply three coats of gloss paint to skirting 0.15m high internally  wall surface m² 5 ‐                                 7.5 Apply three coats of gloss paint on windows and door frame and  shutter m² 20 ‐                                 7.6 Apply three coarts of gloss bituminous paint to external walls  foundation m² 65 ‐                                 7.7 Apply two coats of wood primer to fisiaboard m² 6 ‐                                 SUB TOTAL ‐                                 TOTAL ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐                                 C S/N DESCRIPTION OF WORK UNIT QUANTITY RATE AMOUNT 1.0   SUB‐STRUCTURE ‐                                 1.1 Lay external rendering to masonry wall foundation cement /sand  motor 1:4 ratio 15mm thick. m² 15 ‐                                 1.2 Construction of ramp complete with plastering and floor screed. 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This will including  painting red oxide and enamel paint  pc 1 0 6.2 Supply tank 5000L (TRI OR SIM TANK) and its fitting  pc 1 0 6.3 Supply and instal plumbing system 10m from the source to the  Tank and suppy to the toilets and one visible Tape near Kitchen  pc 1 ‐                                 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 A B C D E F ‐                                 7.0  PAINTING AND DECORATION ‐                                 7.1 Apply gypsum powder on gypsum board by skimming m² 4 ‐                                 7.2 Apply three coats of emulsion paints on all internal and external  wall surfaces and ceilling including surface wall at verandeh m² 69 ‐                                 7.3 Prepare and apply one finishing coat and two finishing coats of  silk vinyl paint on plastered walls ( broken white) to all internal  walls surfaces   m² 35 ‐                                 7.4 Apply three coats of gloss paint to skirting 0.15m high internally  wall surface m² 3 ‐                                 7.5 Apply three coats of gloss paint on windows and door frame and  shutter m² 15 ‐                                 7.6 Apply three coarts of gloss bituminous paint to external walls  foundation m² 25 ‐                                 7.7 Apply two coats of wood primer to fasciaboard m² 4 ‐                                 SUB TOTAL ‐                                 ‐                                 8.0  SOAK AWAY PIT ‐                                 8.1 Prepare and cast reinforced concrete deck slab ratio 1:2:4, 12mm  dia steelbar one layer with center 100mm,  including formwork  and cover m³ 1.5 ‐                                 8.2 Lay 40mm thick cement and sand floor screed by using 1:3  cement/sand ratio and well steel trowelled m² 3 ‐                                 8.3 Construction of inspection chamber 0.6m x 0.5m including cover  and plastering No 2 ‐                                 SUB TOTAL ‐                                 TOTAL ‐                                 D 10.1 Supply and install chainlink fence with metal posts 2'' * 2'' * 4mm  angle iron and reinforcement wire 2mm pc 1 10.2 Supply and install  gate with chain link and frame black pipe 1.5''  with posts 2'' black pipe pc 1 0 SUBTOTAL 0 SUMMARY TOTAL AMOUNT TZS Learning Class Room 500000.00 Kitchen and Store 0.00 Toilet 0.00 Fence  0.00 Total  500000.00 VAT 18% 90000.00 Labour charge  0.00 GRAND TOTAL 590000.00 10. 
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Score: 1042571.3 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...q-cbecd-sengerema-20211012.pdf
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Problems may be posed by lead in products that are currently available in a child's environment, such as the dust in homes with leaded paint or certain toys that are either made out of lead (e.g. play jewellery, trinkets) or contain lead (e.g. some plastics or paints). Weathering, peeling, or chipping lead-based paint plays a role in children's exposure, and those with "pica" (tendency to eat soil, paint chips and other materials) may be at particular risk. (...) However, some of the uses of lead which have been phased out may remain in some parts of the world, e.g. in certain paints. The lack of regulations about lead in paint or their poor enforcement, together with increasing international trade may result in health and environmental risks that may go across borders.
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Score: 1040639.8 - https://www.who.int/phe/news/Lead_in_Toys_note_060807.pdf
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The second edition of the Toolkit for establishing laws to eliminate lead paint is now available Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) This toolkit is a collection of materials presented in slide format for advocacy and technical support for the elimination of lead paint. It includes information on the health, economic impacts of lead; why lead paint is a public health concern; analytical methods to measure lead in paint and in blood. The toolkit materials can be used as source material by government officials when initiating work on paint regulation. Link to the Toolkit Subscribe to our newsletters → Regions Africa Americas Eastern Mediterranean Europe South-East Asia Western Pacific Policies Cyber security Ethics Permissions and licensing Preventing sexual exploitation Terms of use About us Careers Library Procurement Publications Frequently asked questions Contact us Subscribe to our newsletters Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 1040639.8 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...te-lead-paint-is-now-available
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