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The first section establishes the strong attachment between people and their companion animals and describes the effects disasters have on pets and their owners. The document then describes the specific details of the campaign, starting with a pre-assessment of the preparedness levels of pet owners in the great metropolitan area of Costa Rica. (...) As this document describes, positive results can be reached by messaging people about protecting their pets from disasters instead of focusing on the harmful impact these events could have on them. (...) “Trueno” preparedness campaign for pet owners in Costa Rica 2012-2014. Contributing Paper to GAR 2019 Share this Go back Also featured on PreventionWeb Download View document Global assessment report on disaster risk reduction 2019 Download file Download file Related information Related links More about pets in disaster risk reduction Re-thinking disaster risk plans to include livestock, pets Animals need DRR too USA: A storm plan: New research creates model to help plan for special needs, pet-friendly shelters How the chaos of Hurricane Katrina helped save pets from flooding in Texas Managing pets during disasters findings and recommendations from the Horse River Fire, Fort McMurray, Alberta Keywords Themes Advocacy & Media Disaster Risk Management Social Impacts & Social Resilience Country & Region Costa Rica Stay in touch Sign up for UNDRR updates UNDRR Tools Making Cities Resilient PreventionWeb Sendai Framework Monitor Voluntary Commitments Contact us © UNDRR 2020 -2022 Footer Privacy Policy Terms of Use
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Petition concerning lands taken by the Trust Territory Government T/PET.10/112 Congress of Micronesia: Senate. Petition transmitting joint resolution con- cerning Angaur phosphate claims T/PET.10/113 Congress of Micronesia: House. (...) Petition supporting petition in T/PET. 10/109 concerning Central intelli- gence Agency (CIA) electronic surveillance of representatives of the Trust Territory T/PET.10/117/Add.1 International League for Human Rights. (...) Observations on petition in T/PET.I0/109 Discussion in Plenary: Meetings T/PV. 1461-1465, 1469 At the 1461st meeting, the Council decided to grant oral hearings requested in T/PET.10/116 & Add.1, T/PET.10/118 & Add. 1, 2, T/PET.10/ 119 and T/PET. 10/120 & Add. 1,2 At the 1462nd meeting, the Council decided to grant oral hearings requested in T/PET. 10/ 117/Add.1 At the 1463rd meeting, the President announced that the petition in T/PET.10/109 was with- drawn on behalf of its authors, the Council for Micronesia At the 1464th meeting, the Council took note of the communications in TjCOM. 10!
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Score: 1189113 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/t44_0.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Document Primary Education Sector Public Expenditure Tracking Survey in Madagascar July 2021 About This report presents findings of a public expenditure tracking survey (PETS) in the primary education sector conducted by the Government of Madagascar with support from UNICEF and other development partners. The PETS covers fiscal years 2018 and 2019. The main objective of the PETS was to assess if public resources are reaching intended beneficiaries at the right time and in the right quantities. (...) Download document Download file (PDF, 2,11 MB) Related topics Education Social budgeting Madagascar More to explore Statement 24 January 2022 UNICEF and UNESCO call for concerted action on learning in the COVID era on the International Day of Education 2022 Read now Press release 07 December 2021 Leaders from Eastern and Southern Africa recommit to the education, health and well-being of adolescents and young people Visit the page Article Fund girls’ access to education, help them change the world UNHCR, UNICEF co-host event on innovative and sustainable financing solutions for girls’ education Read the story News note 12 October 2021 UNICEF meets with the African Council of Religious Leaders in shared support of keeping schools open in Eastern & Southern Africa Read now Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take action About us Our mandate Where we work Contact us Press centre Work for UNICEF Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Energy costs have been reduced by 14% by implement- ing heat recovery at syrup preparation unit, installing a frequency variator on compressors and a compressed air recovery system at PET bottle blowing machine. CO2 emissions were reduced by 464 tons/year. (...) These included: recovery of final CIP rinse of the filling machine and of rinsing PET bottles/cans into the water treatment system for washing of sand and carbon filters and for production of softened water; installation of on- line conductivity/pH transmitters for product recovery during in- line transfer between tanks and equipment; soda recovery after cleaning of the PET and can lines. (...) This option will increase production capacity and reduce 10% of total gas consumption. PET bottle blowing: Manufacturing of PET bottles is a key elec- tricity consumer with multi stadium compressors at 40 bars.
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Score: 1166478.8 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...7802_Factsheet_SNB_Ebook_0.pdf
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.~ the T'rusteeshtp Council as well as o: its committees which met d .irtng th. sesston. (...) Observations on petitions in T/PET.10/124 and T/PET.10/ 126 Discussion in Plenary: Meetings T/PV.1472-1474, 1479 At the 1472nd meeting, the Council decided to grant oral hearings requested in T/PET.10/125 & Add.1,2, T/PET.10/127 &Add.1, T/PET.10/ 128 & Add.1, T/PET.1O/129 to T/PET.10/ 131 and T/PET.10/132 & Add.1 5 PACIFIC ISLANDS UNDER UNITED STATES ADMINISTRA- TION (continued) -- petitions, communications and observations (continued) Discussion in Plenary (continued) At the 1474thmeeting, the Council decided to take note of the communications in T/COM.10/ L.208-L.233. (...) T/PET.I0/127 & Add.1 (Add. 1 requests hearing for Roman Bedor ) Palau Political Status Commission T/PET. 10/129 Palau Special Cttee on War Damage Claims Settle- ment T/PET.10/128 & Add.1 T'ia Beluad Movement T/PET.10/130 Voice of the Marshalls T/PET.10/125 & Add .1,2 Requests granted at the 1472nd meeting Petitioners heard as follows: Bedor, Roman (on behalf of Concerned Citizens of Palau) at the 1473rd meeting International League for Human Rights: Baldwin, Roger N.
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Observations on petitions in T/PET.10/162 - T/PET.10/174 and T/PET.10/176 T/OBS.10/52 United States. Observations on petition in T/PET. 10/175 and communica- tion in T/COM. 10/L. 290 Discussion in Plenary: Meetings T/PV.1506, 1509- 1513,1515,1516,1521 At the 1509th meeting, the Council decided to grant oral hearings requested in T/PET. 10/ 182 & Add. 1 and T/PET.10/185 At the 1511th meeting, the Council decided to grant oral hearings requested in T/PET. 10/ 178, T/PET. 10/179 & Add. 1,2 a.nd T/PET.10/180 At the 1513th meeting, the President announced that Senator C. (...) (on behalf of the People of Eniwetok) T/PET. 10/179 & Add. 1, 2 Schlang, Lawrence H. (on behalf of the Continen- tal Employees Association) T/PET. 10/185 Weisgall, Jonathan M.
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Score: 1158992.9 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/t48_0.pdf
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Observations on petition in T/pET.8/33 T/oBS.8/22 Australia. Observations on petition in T/pET.8/34 Disrussion in Plenary: Meetings 1381, 1382 At the 1382nd meeting the Council took note of the petition in T/pET.8/L.12. (...) Communication in support of High Com- missioner Johnston T/PET.10/44 & Add.1 Mariana Islands District Legislature T/PET.10/66 Mariana Islands District Legisla- ture T/PET.10/67 Congress of Micronesia Observations: T/OBS.10/16 United States. (...) Observations on pe- tition in T/PET.10/66 T/OBS.10/38 United States. Observations on pe- tition in T/PET.10/67 T/OBS.10/39 United States.
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Communi- cation concerning war damage claims T/PET.10/44 & Add.1 Mariana Islands District Legislature T/PET.10/45 Iroij, Lorenji and others T/PET.10/46 Marshall Islands Nitijela 4 PACIFIC ISLANDS UNDER UNITED STATES ADMINISTRA- TION (continued) -- petitions (continued) Petitions and communications (continued) T/PET.10/47 Mariana Islands District Legisla- ture T/PET.10/48 Palau Legislature T/PET.10/49 Mariana Islands District Legisla- ture T/PET.10/50 Congress of Micronesia T/PET.10/51 Mariana Islands District Legisla- ture T/PET.10/52 & Add.1 Micronesian Student Club, Honolulu, Hawaii T/PET.10/53 Mariana Islands District Legisla- ture T/PET.10/54 T/PET.10/55 T/PET.10/56 ture T/PET.10/57 Pedro, Balerio U. T/PET.10/58 Chutaro, Tatakio G. and others Observations T/OBS.10/16-28 United States. (...) I) New Guinea Communications T/COM. 8/L. 4 Observations T/OBS.8/16 Petitions T/PET.8/25 Pacific Is lands under . United States Administration Communications T/COM.IO/L.11-25 Observations T/OBb.lO/16-28 Petitions T/PET.10/ 44 & Add. 1 45-51 52 & Add. 1 53- 58 Trust Territories Petitions T/PET.
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Observations on petition in T/PET.10/151 TJOBS. 10/50 United States. Observations on communication in T/COM. 10/L. 286 Discussion in Plenary: Meetings T/PV.1498-1500,1504 At the 1498th meeting, the Council decided to grant oral hearings requested in T/PET.10/155 and T/PET. 10/158 At the 1499th meeting, the Council decided to grant oral hearings requested in T/PET. 10/152, T/PET. 10/153 & Add. 1, T/PET.10/154 and T/PET.10/159 At the 1500th meeting, the President announced that most of the petitioners will not be able to make the trip to New York. (...) (on behalf of the people of Enewetak) T/PET/10/159 otaor, Ngirturong L. (on behalf of the House of Chiefs) T/PET.10/152 Pedro, Balerio U. T/PET.10/156 Uludong, Moses (on behalf of the Palau Claims Commission) T/PET. 10/153 & Add. 1 Weis gall, Jonathan M.
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T/L. 1066: See under New Guinea: report, 1961/ 1962 for discussion T/PET, a/r., 8 T/PET. aiL. 9 NAURU (continued) -- petltions (continued) Other documents Australia. (...) The decision of Administering Authority in the matter of T/PET. 9/24 to be reported before the 18th session of General Assem- bly to refer petitioner in T /PET. 9/27 to observa- tions in document T/OBS. 9/4 and to com- ments by Special Representative to furnish petitioner in T/PET. 9/28 with official documents pertaining to his petition -- report, 1961/1962 (agenda item 4(a) Documents Australia. (...) T/OBS.B/9 The Council took no action in respect of the above petitions T/PET.9/27 T/PET.9/21 T/PET.9/26 T/PET.9/28 T/PET.9/24 NAURU -- petitions (agenda item 5) Petitions from: Degoregore, R.
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