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Presentation of the Protocol to the key players (all institutions to be involved in the project as mention above) at national level 2. (...) Key players should identify indicators to be used to monitor the progress of the Protocol implementation. (...) Way to achieve the main objective: to reduce water related diseases through improved water management.
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Score: 980877.3 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...m/Project_proposal_Molodva.pdf
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FAO in dialogue with private sector players to improve biosecurity and food safety along the poultry value chain in urban and peri-urban areas in Uganda | FAO in Uganda | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org FAO in Uganda Our office Programmes and projects News Resources Partners FAO in dialogue with private sector players to improve biosecurity and food safety along the poultry value chain in urban and peri-urban areas in Uganda Poultry chicken slaughter processing line machine 22/04/2021 With expectations of the poultry sector growth to triple in the next two decades, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations is engaging with private sector players in the slaughter node of the poultry value chain to establish and implement best practices aimed at reducing public health-related risks and threats, such as food-borne and the zoonotic diseases. These dialogues are premised under the Africa Sustainable Livestock 2050 (ASL2050), funded by USAID and implemented under the umbrella of the FAO Global Health Security Programme in collaboration with the ministries in charge of livestock, health, and environment sectors. ASL2050 objectives are to: identify emerging public health challenges associated with the growth and transformation of the livestock sector, such as emerging zoonotic diseases and livestock driven antimicrobial resistance; facilitate policy reforms at the local level to ensure that businesses along the livestock value chains adopt biosecurity and other good practices that reduce the risk of livestock-driven public health threats. (...) FAO will further keep the dialogue with public and private livestock value-chain actors with the objective to improving compliance to best practices required by existing laws and legislations while promoting safe food access and profitability.    
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Score: 973763.2 - https://www.fao.org/uganda/news/detail-events/en/c/1401180/
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Although the eventual outcome was in Pakistan’s favour, the pursuit of a positive decision was a challenging task manifested by an array of problems relating to co-ordination and co-operation between the public and the private sectors. The objective of this case study therefore is not just to narrate the events which occurred in this case but also to highlight the various obstacles faced by the government and the business players in contesting the case at each stage of the dispute settlement process. (...) Notwithstanding the fact that in 1996 Pakistan was able to deter the United States from employing the safeguard measures at the bilateral negotiations stage, there was still scepticism amongst local business players about the WTO. The primary reason for this was the paucity of information within the private sector about the workings and the objectives of the WTO and a generally held notion of it being more representative of Western trade interests. (...) The local and external players and their roles  All Pakistan Textile Mills Association The business/industry players, both exporters and manufacturers, were represented by the All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA).
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Score: 971446 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...p_e/casestudies_e/case34_e.htm
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In the world of RFIds, there are different levels of intelligence, based on the use of the micro- processor : • Passive radio-tags : returns a fixed identifier • Read-Writes Radio-tags : returns an identifier that can be re-written by the player • Smart tags : complete dialogue between the player and the tag, with a variety of data exchanges. (...) The TRANSCEIVER (TRANSmitter/reCEIVER) is the player / transmitter. What is the energy source ? (...) The research is centre around miniaturisation (objective : 300µ - 0.3 mm), cost (objective : ± 5 cents) and innovative applications : contact-less payments (Sony/Philips), house automation (smart washing machine for delicate fabrics with « radio-tags »), sport (arrival order calculation at the Berlin Marathon) etc… The programme was entrusted framework licence to UPC/EAN.
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Score: 969762 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni...us/RFID/docs/CNIL_RFID2003.pdf
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The rationale for any regulatory response to new technologies should be grounded in the impact on consumers, societies, market players and investment flows as well as on national development as a whole. v. (...) Policy and regulation should focus on building trust and engagement: Collaborative regulation provides the space for co-creating win-win propositions, working towards regulatory objectives while increasing the engagement of industry. (...) These instruments can also enable market players to reflect on their performance and impact on the economy and development, and engage in self-regulation. 3.
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Score: 964714.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...9/Documents/GSR19_BPG_V2_E.pdf
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Presentation of the Protocol to the key players at national level and creation of an inter-ministerial committee The process of target setting should be led by the main competent authority for the implementation of the Protocol in close cooperation with all other concerned stakeholders. This section will include guidance and recommendations on how to carry out the following steps: · Identification of main authorities and key players concerned by the Protocol implementation in ministries, local authorities, private sector, research institutes and academia in the area of health, environment, water, finance, tourism, agriculture, economy, development cooperation, etc. · The Protocol, ratified by the Government, has to be consulted within each Party with main authorities and key players concerned, the obligations shall be presented in detail and discussed to create a common understanding. · It has to be clear that the Protocol is a legally binding instrument. · To agree on targets and target dates, an inter-ministerial and multi-stakeholder committee should be created (reference to article 6, para. 5). (...) Baseline analysis: exploring the legal basis, strategies and visions of the different key-players and assessing the current situation Assessment of the current situation in the country, based on the knowledge of the different key players, through: · Compilation of relevant national and sub-national legal requirements, adopted strategies and goals set by the different authorities; · Compilation of relevant activities and projects, such as those on improving the water supply system, water protection and treatment, on water quality, dissemination of information, at national and local levels, · Compilation of data already collected and of agreed indicators: list of existing monitoring systems at the local and national levels, including in urban and rural areas, and of international and national reporting obligations; · Assessment of existing situation related to the areas of article 6 paragraph 2; a common baseline year for such assessment should be agreed upon. 3.
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Score: 963094.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA.../1st_meeting/WH_TFIR_01-02.doc
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And in particular, what role must each player take on in order to ensure that this strategy produces positive results that are acceptable to all parties? (...) It is clear that the gap between the developing and developed countries is widening in the area of telecommunications, particularly where new technologies are concerned. Moreover, the players in question are expressing new expectations. (...) ITU must thus be the intermediary, facilitating contact among all the players. Its involvement in specific projects amounts to a guarantee and ensures the project continuity which keeps private and public investors happy.
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Score: 962702.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud...G1/Documents/1999/000/065e.doc
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Cruz_Set of suggestions for GARD Country.ppt Global Alliance against Chronic Respiratory Diseases www.who.int/gard Set of suggestions on GARD Country Dr Alvaro Cruz, Medical Officer Chronic Diseases and Health Promotion World Health Organization GARD General Meeting, Istanbul, 30-31 May 2008 Global Alliance against Chronic Respiratory Diseases www.who.int/gard Perspecives for GARD • GARD has been very successful in raising awareness and advocating for action, it is time to scale up prevention and control • To achieve tangible, quick and sustainable results we need: – action at country level – multisectoral partnerships reproduced at country level – focus on integrated prevention and control of chronic diseases in primary care • Principles for country alliances – key players among multiple stakeholders – “relative freedom” from WHO rule – to agree upon an action plan, result oriented Global Alliance against Chronic Respiratory Diseases www.who.int/gard • GARD has been very successful in raising awareness and advocating for action, it is time to scale up prevention and control • To achieve tangible, quick and sustainable results we need: – world wide action at country level – multisectoral partnerships reproduced at country level – focus on integrated prevention and control of chronic diseases in primary care • Principles for country alliances – key players among multiple stakeholders – “relative freedom” from WHO rule – to agree upon an action plan, result oriented Perspecives for GARD Global Alliance against Chronic Respiratory Diseases www.who.int/gard • GARD focuses on the needs of countries • and fosters country-specific initiatives tailored to local conditions A global alliance working at country level Global Alliance against Chronic Respiratory Diseases www.who.int/gard GARD Country • Interested parties may constitute a country alliance with the aim of pursuing GARD goal and objectives • This can be called Country Group for GARD (GARD Country) • It would provide local coordination, momentum and capacity to scale up surveillance, prevention and control of chronic respiratory diseases • It shall support the development and implementation of the chronic respiratory diseases component of national action plans against noncommunicable diseases. (...) A comprehensive approach” to the local situation. Objective Global Alliance against Chronic Respiratory Diseases www.who.int/gard GARD proposed approach – Coordination of existing activities and exchanging relevant information – Estimate of population needs on chronic respiratory diseases – Advocacy against chronic respiratory diseases – Planning intervention projects on prevention and control of chronic respiratory diseases Global Alliance against Chronic Respiratory Diseases www.who.int/gard GARD Country leadership GARD Country initiator is a person or an organization that develops the idea and takes the first step in formulating the approach of building an alliance at country level The core group of interested parties is the group of parties that is the most interested in the proposal and gathers with GARD Country initiator Global Alliance against Chronic Respiratory Diseases www.who.int/gard Other key players • Ministry of Health: – GARD Country initiator consults the MOH about the proposal to create a GARD Country – If supportive, MOH designates a focal point for GARD Country • WHO (at all levels): – WHO HQ/GARD secretariat and WHO Country Office are informed by GARD Country initiator – WHO HQ/GARD secretariat should inform WHO Regional Office and WHO Country Office • GARD – General Meeting is kept informed on the development of GARD Countries through reports by GARD Country initiators/coordinators and endorses (or not) them Global Alliance against Chronic Respiratory Diseases www.who.int/gard Process Initiator Core group of interested parties Ministry of Health ONE World Health Organization Headquarters Regional Office Country Office GARD General MeetingCoordinator Related Ministries CRD and public health experts Professional Associations Patient Groups NGOs Educational Sector Multilateral Bilateral Agencies Communities, churches, religious leaders Private sector, media GARD Country Global Alliance against Chronic Respiratory Diseases www.who.int/gard Steps to develop a GARD Country 1.
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Score: 958361.5 - https://www.who.int/gard/news_...t_suggestions_gard_country.pdf
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NGN and its Standards 3. Objectives of today ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 Success, Problems or Dilemmas? (...) NGN and its Standards • for Services • for Businesses • for Players • for Users • by Fixed • by Mobile • by Wireless ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 Objective of ITU-T NGN ! (...) NGN and its Standards Limited BB BE IP Limited Services N G N Converged Broadband Managed IP FMC RFID IPTV Others Business/Application oriented projects •Simple linkage btw layers •Simple business relationships •Simple players •Simple linkage btw layers with dynamics •Diverse and Flexible business relationships •Diverse business models and players ITU-T Workshop “NGN and its Transport Networks“ Kobe, 20-21 April 2006 Overall NGN Architecture 3.
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Score: 957380.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...200604/presentation/s1_lee.pdf
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First, the EU is not seen as a prospective international market player. ‘We really target the EU-25 market: 450 million consumers’, says Patrick Ferrere. (...) Consistency with Rodrik’s claim (1994) that ‘there is a natural status quo bias to policy-making whenever some of the gainers (or losers) from reform cannot be identified ex ante ’. Most players’ perceptions support the claim. ‘Eventually our effort objectively to measure gains and losses was partly undermined by the macro-economic context of recession and the political interference of the CAP reform’, notes Christophe Lecourtier. (...) The study is further based on selected interviews of public and private decision-makers and on inside analysis provided by ‘players’.      
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Score: 957006.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...p_e/casestudies_e/case14_e.htm
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