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Enquête sur le suivi des dépenses publiques dans le secteur de l’éducation au niveau primaire à Madagascar (enquête PETS) | UNICEF Passer au contenu principal Madagascar Bascule navigation Français English Malagasy Global Links Aller sur la page UNICEF Monde Contraste élevé Madagascar Decouvrez l'UNICEF A propos d'UNICEF Travailler à l'UNICEF Centre de presse Faites un don Main navigation Ce que nous faisons Rapports et publications Réalités de vie Agir Search area has closed. (...) RECHERCHER FERMER Faire une recherche sur le site de l’UNICEF Fulltext search Maximum Document Enquête sur le suivi des dépenses publiques dans le secteur de l’éducation au niveau primaire à Madagascar (enquête PETS) UNICEF/UN0541584/Ramasomanana À propos du document L’Enquête de Suivi des Dépenses Publiques (Public Expenditure Tracking Survey, PETS) de l’Education Nationale fait partie des outils d’analyses des finances publiques qui visent l’amélioration de l’efficacité et de l’efficience des dépenses.
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Score: 1022674.4 - https://www.unicef.org/madagas...r-de-l%C3%A9ducation-au-niveau
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Modern statistical organizations: • needs to become part of a data ecosystem • acquire and integrate data from multiple sources • provide richer statistical products Risk for disclosing information violating individual privacy rights 3 Overview Privacy protection Output side: By design applied by NSO’s Input privacy means that the Computing Party cannot access or derive any input value provided by Input Parties, nor access intermediate values or statistical results during processing of the data (unless the value has been specifically selected for disclosure) 4 Objective “to investigate statistical use cases that require protection on the input side, assess and determine applicability of selected classes of techniques for main scenarios, identify opportunities for sharing across statistical community and create community of practice across statistical organizations and external partners (academia, private sector).” 5 Work package 1, Documenting Use cases • A template how to document IPP use cases • Documentation of IPP use cases • Generalization for wider usability and use within project 6 Work package 2, Elaboration of Use Cases • Private set intersection • Private machine learning • Organize external consultancy 7 Private set intersection • Investigate four different scenario’s • Mini pilot • Lessons learned 8 Private machine learning Pilot goal: • Build a simulated environment to validate the concept of multi party privacy preserving Machine Learning (PPML) for both, training and inference Scope: • Investigate best practises and open source tools for disturbed and collaborative ML training among multiple organisations in a low trust environment whilst mutually benefitting from the outcomes (the final model) or allowing safe 3rd party access Environment : • Simulated multi organisational set-up with several NSO’s gathering data from individuals (sensors) to predict their activities (time use and well-being surveys). 9 Private machine learning, next steps • Extend the scope to more complex models and other distributed data related to members of HLG-MOS • Incorporate Secure Multi-party Computation for secure aggregation of weights during training, as well as inference • Integrate Differential Privacy as part of the protocol to protect output privacy • Collaborate with the Openmined community to use their software stack • On Board the project to the UN PET-Lab infrastructure 10 Organize public consultation Context: • Increasing appetite for producing information (e.g., statistics, analyses) from combination of data held by different organizations (private companies, public institutions) • Statistical authority/ies acting as output party, input party or both • Increasing pressure to strengthen safeguards, “technical and organisational measures” for protecting the data • Legal requirement by Data Protection Authorities • Necessary condition to archive public trust, public acceptance 11 Organize public consultation Goal: • Secure Private Computing-as-a-service • Designed/produced/deployed/certified/advertised/etc by public institution (or consortium thereof) acting as SPC provider • Used on demand by SPC clients • NB: the marginal costs (per project) for clients is not zero, but should be anyway much lower than setting up a ad hoc infrastructure to a single use-case • Public consultation to pull expert knowledge • Key challenge: how to build trust into the infrastructure?
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Score: 1019911.5 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...21%20HLG-MOS-PPT%20%281%29.pdf
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The stories revolve around the adventures of Meena, her brother Raju, her pet parrot Mithu, and members of her family and community. (...) Meena episodes have been dubbed into local languages and shown on TV in Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam as well. UNICEF continues to speak with children to find out what stories people want to hear and this game is another step to reach their expectation. (...) A digital platform created for children to learn issues related to their own well-being through entertainment. First step in establishing a ‘digital footing’ of UNICEF in the era of social networking as the game will be designed as an ‘interactive’ platform.
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Score: 1018139.6 - https://www.unicef.org/bangladesh/en/meena-and-unicef
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In a statement issued today, FAO said that chloramphenicol is a broad-spectrum antibiotic used in human and pet animal medicine, and it is still being applied in some countries in animal production, including aquaculture. (...) There is further need for training in laboratory procedures, surveillance and inspection, as well as the implementation of HACCP throughout the production process, FAO said.
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Score: 1015965.9 - https://www.fao.org/waicent/oi...s_ne/english/2002/2280-en.html
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Almost all types of plastic can be recycled for 3D printing, except for PET bottles. Our focus is on the plastic waste used in packaging material, getting that back into the recycling process, as this is the type of plastic that is seen as having no value now. (...) So we’re keen to show people the technology and just how easily plastic can be recycled, as well as to inspire other teams, consumers and leaders.
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Score: 1015965.9 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...ochure_updated-part%202_25.pdf
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Similar pilot projects in other places, as well as Changbai areas, can be conducted to monitor wildlife populations and also help reduce the illegal hunting of endangered species. (...) Kumar.S, Kumar.S., (2016), Monitoring of pet animal in smart cities using animal biometrics.
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Score: 1015965.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page150.html
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This index, prepared by the Documentation Services Division of the Dag Hammarskjold Library at United Nations Headquarters, is intended to offer a bibliographical guide to the proceedings and documentation of the forty- third regular session of the Trusteeship Council as well as of its committees which met during the session. (...) Communication confirming the dispatch sent by Voice of Marshallese TjPET.10j95 Moritaki, Ichiro, Japan Congress Against A- and H- Bombs (GENSUlKIN) TjPET.10/96 Choy, Mary W. and 17 others T/PET.10j97 Gerson, Lani, War Resisters International TjPET.10j98 Woodward, Beverly T/PET.10j99 Baldwin, Roger N., International League for the Rights of Man TjPET.10j100 Shestack, Jerome J., Irtterna- tional League for the Rights of Man TjPET.10/101 & Add.1 Shestack, Jerome J., International League for the Rights of Man TjPET.10j102 Utto, Alfonso P. (...) Guy Scalabre (France) -- co-operation with Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (agenda item 10) General Assembly resolutions 2106 B (XX), 3266(XXIX) Discussion in Plenary: Meeting 1458 The Council decided to invite the attention of the Administering Authority to the requests and observations of the Cttee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination to take them into account in their annual reports to the Trust- eeship Council 5 TRUSTEESHIP COUNCIL (continued) -- co-operation with Special Committee on the Situation with regard to the Implementation of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples See Colonial countries: independence: Declaration, - 1960: implementation -- hearings: Pacific Islands under United States administra- tion See also Pacific Islands under United States adminis- tration: report, 1974/1975 Requests for hearinp;s International League for the Rights of Man T/PET. 10/101 & Add. 1 Marshall ISlands Political Commission T/PET.10/ 103 & Add. 1 Palau Political Status Commission T/PET.10/ 104 & Add. 1 Save Palau Organization T/PET.10/105 Requests granted at the 1752nd and 1754th meetings Petitioners heard as follows: International League for the Rights of Man: Baldwin, Roger N.
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Score: 1015617.7 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/t43_0.pdf
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This index, prepared by the Documentation Services Division of the Dag Hammarskjold Library at United Nations Headquarters, is intended to offer a bibliographical guide to the proceedings and documentation of the forty- third regular session of the Trusteeship Council as well as of its committees which met during the session. (...) Communication confirming the dispatch sent by Voice of Marshallese TjPET.10j95 Moritaki, Ichiro, Japan Congress Against A- and H- Bombs (GENSUlKIN) TjPET.10/96 Choy, Mary W. and 17 others T/PET.10j97 Gerson, Lani, War Resisters International TjPET.10j98 Woodward, Beverly T/PET.10j99 Baldwin, Roger N., International League for the Rights of Man TjPET.10j100 Shestack, Jerome J., Irtterna- tional League for the Rights of Man TjPET.10/101 & Add.1 Shestack, Jerome J., International League for the Rights of Man TjPET.10j102 Utto, Alfonso P. (...) Guy Scalabre (France) -- co-operation with Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (agenda item 10) General Assembly resolutions 2106 B (XX), 3266(XXIX) Discussion in Plenary: Meeting 1458 The Council decided to invite the attention of the Administering Authority to the requests and observations of the Cttee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination to take them into account in their annual reports to the Trust- eeship Council 5 TRUSTEESHIP COUNCIL (continued) -- co-operation with Special Committee on the Situation with regard to the Implementation of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples See Colonial countries: independence: Declaration, - 1960: implementation -- hearings: Pacific Islands under United States administra- tion See also Pacific Islands under United States adminis- tration: report, 1974/1975 Requests for hearinp;s International League for the Rights of Man T/PET. 10/101 & Add. 1 Marshall ISlands Political Commission T/PET.10/ 103 & Add. 1 Palau Political Status Commission T/PET.10/ 104 & Add. 1 Save Palau Organization T/PET.10/105 Requests granted at the 1752nd and 1754th meetings Petitioners heard as follows: International League for the Rights of Man: Baldwin, Roger N.
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Score: 1015617.7 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.un.org/files/2021/03/t43_0.pdf
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Alongside the issue of frequency, the survey analysed the familial, social, cultural and economic context of the acts of violence, as well as the process leading up to such acts. It studied womens reactions to the violence they suffered and their resorting to their entourage and institutional services, as well as its consequences in terms of their physical and mental well-being, their family lives, social lives and use of the public space. (...) Sexual abuse (unwanted petting, attempted rape, rape) were much rarer in the timescale of a year; nonetheless, 0.1% of the respondents had been victims of such abuse. (...) Relatives (father, brother or another male relative) tended to submit women to unwanted petting most often, which accounted approximately for one third of the reported incidents.
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Score: 1014632.8 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...expert-papers/fougeyrollas.pdf
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My dad used to farm in our backyard, and he used to purchase fertilizers at very costly prices. We also had some pets and one of the difficulties we encountered was feeding them as their feeds were so expensive”,  Rose narrated. (...) Photo: West African Feeds Producing affordable organic fertilizer and animal feeds From the inspiration from her parents' backyard garden and pets rearing, Rose dedicated much of her time to researching and experimenting, till she discovered that larvae or insects can degrade food waste that can be used for animal feed and organic fertilizer. (...) Today, with a grant support of about 27,000 US dollars from the UNDP and the Netherlands Embassy, West African Feeds produces more products, named WAF Meal and WAF Concentrate, which are used in mixing feeds for poultry, fish, and pets in general, and WAF oil which is used as an anti-inflammatory supplement for pets, to protect them from bacteria and diseases.
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Score: 1013700 - https://www.undp.org/ghana/news/every-waste-counts
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