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WHO | 11-15 November 2007 [an error occurred while processing this directive] Home Who we are What we do Countries Resources Events Media centre Partnership information   Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health > What we do > Country Support Working Group (CSWG) printable version 11-15 November 2007: Previous page | 1 , 2 ,3, 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 12 Objectives and results   Contents Health Care Professionals meet in Malawi Background Objectives and results Meeting activities Advocacy "One MNCH Plan" development Addressing the human resources crisis Quality improvement Organizational strengthening Country groups work Closing session List of presentations Overall objective The overall objective of this workshop is to increase the contribution of HCP Associations to national MNCH plans through a strengthened participation in policy and programme development and an increased alignment of activities to the national targets regarding the achievement of MDGs 4 and 5 (reducing child mortality by 2/3 and maternal mortality by ¾ by 2015). Specific objectives Strengthen the role of HCP associations as advocates for MNCH and in policy dialogue ( being an effective player in dealing with legislative barriers, improving drug use policies, advocating for MNCH funding ) Explore HCP associations role in promoting one country MNCH plan ( working together and as good partners with the public sector to make this effective ) Develop the role of HCP associations in quality improvement ( training, continuing education, monitoring / supervision, standards of care, regulation and accreditation issues ) Increase HCPA joint activities to address the human resources crisis with respect to MNCH ( staff deployment and retention,, new cadre development, delegation ) Strengthen organizational aspects of HCP associations to enable them to develop more fully their roles in the areas mentioned in objectives 1 – 4, and establish better partnering between associations and with the public sector ( leadership, defining vision-plans-responsibilities, understanding how to work with the public sector, working with other associations , harnessing energies of members ).
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W President, European Aviation M NGAP Montreal 1st – eting the future foreting the future for ngineering Williams Maintenance Training Committee – 4th March 2010 EAMTC Cont EAMTC i• EAMTC overview • Findd • Train and Qualify • Retain • Conclusion• Conclusion NGAP Montreal 1st – tents – 4th March 2010 EAMTC EAM • An industry body dedicated to i t t i i European Aviation Maintenance Training C maintenance training • Established 1984 • Registered 2007 as a non- profit Foundation in The Netherlands • Main objectives NGAP Montreal 1st – MTC • Members from training & associated domains (OEM Airlines MRO Committee domains (OEM, Airlines, MRO, Basic & Type training schools, Courseware / Training media providers etc)providers etc) • To promote and harmonise cross- border training • Improve aviation safety through trainingtraining Represent the aircraft maintenance training industry at EASA – 4th March 2010 EAMTC EAM • Secondary objectives European Aviation Maintenance Training C • Benefits NGAP Montreal 1st – MTC Be recognised as the expert in aviation maintenance training Committee g Exchange information between members Cooperate with other related organisationsorganisations Improve training quality & effectiveness Inform members of new learning technologies Act as an advisory body to membersAct as an advisory body to members Propose amendments towards EASA on behalf of the members To discuss NPA with EASA Safety through training Share experience & work done Interact with leading playersInteract with leading players EASA contact Help shape European aviation training legislation – 4th March 2010 EAMTC Fin Next generation Profile J b i t d killJob associated skills NGAP Montreal 1st – nd computer literate/human machine interface skillsinterface skills “human skills”, literate, numerate, communicators, team players skill of hand - as important as in the past Increasing emphasis on composite materialsp – 4th March 2010 EAMTC Fin Compete for To find the people we need Compete for trainees/employees with other “attractive” industries • Mature industry image as perceived by the general l tipopulation NGAP Montreal 1st – nd IT, banking, insurance, law, g medicine etc Raise the profile of our work to show it in its best lightit in its best light We need people at all levels Make our industry inviting, welcoming open and accessiblewelcoming, open and accessible – hard work – dirty – oil and grease – cold and wet/environmental Shift k– Shift work – family/social issues around travel away from home as part of the job – Interesting – 4th March 2010 Interesting EAMTC Fin • Seen as “oil and grease” Promote industry image Construction Industry/Building site workers Other outdoor professions y g – surveyors – engineers Environment workers Researchers Sports industry workers and players HealthHealth – Paramedics Police NGAP Montreal 1st – nd E it tExcitement Hi-tech Opportunities and scope of activities/professionsactivities/professions – other outdoor professions have a high perception in the community Horticulture/Agricultureg – Horticultural experts – Forestry experts – Veterinarians Infrastructure – Bridges/Structural engineers – Electrical engineers – Telephone engineersTelephone engineers – Telecommunications engineers – Road surveyors/engineers – Rail surveyors/engineers – 4th March 2010 EAMTC Fin Some of the issues Licensing requirements Economic and structural changes in the industrychanges in the industry Societal trends making the g job less attractive than in years past 'Mechanics Wanted', Air Transport World, October 2008 NGAP Montreal 1st – Mechanics Wanted , Air Transport World, October 2008 nd S d iStructured, progressive Relentless pressure on costs Business cycle makes aviation lessBusiness cycle makes aviation less attractive than some sectors Time for us to update our image – 4th March 2010 EAMTC Train and Manpower To meet OEM projected sales NGAP Montreal 1st – d qualify For a/c flying today T t ith d i /Target moves with advances in a/c technology – 4th March 2010 EAMTC Train and SAFETY i N 1 i it Today and tomorrow • SAFETY is our No1 priority • Evolution of specialisations NGAP Montreal 1st – d qualify • Keep doing well what we do well• Keep doing well what we do well • Improve other areas (e.g. following procedures, human error) • Development linked to the evolution of aircraft technology Ai f E i (B1)– Airframe, Engine (B1) – Electrical, Instruments, Radio, Radar, Auto Pilot, Compass (B2) – Merging of “trades”/specialisationsMerging of trades /specialisations – HMI – Changing skill of hand – 4th March 2010 EAMTC Train and Focus on all areas train are & p ra ct ic al Certifying staff App in g th eo ry & Technicians ip s co m bi n pp re nt ic es h Fitters/MechanicsAp NGAP Montreal 1st – d qualify ning participation rates of those with tertiary education often 5 or 10 times higher than those of the low-skilled proved Type Training Skill Approved Basic Training Skill of Hand - Practical – 4th March 2010 EAMTC Train and K l d kill ttit d Training, Qualifying and Licensing • Knowledge, skills, attitude • Role of theRole of the instructional/assessment staff • Licensing requirements NGAP Montreal 1st – d qualify • Exams, competence assessments, attitude (interpersonal/soft skill competencies, less objective, less bl t t k tmeasurable, not task or type specific) • Train staff to meet new roles • Coach/Facilitator • Competence assessmentp • Structured, accessible • Emphasis on competence as well as knowledgeknowledge • Ease of transfer of previously owned knowledge, skills – 4th March 2010 EAMTC Train and • Different methods for different Support for training • Different methods for different countries Government/industry liaison Individual ownership Recognition of prior learningRecognition of prior learning NGAP Montreal 1st – d qualify • “self-starter”• self-starter • free market • State sponsored • Co-financedCo financed • Incentive programmes • education systems/syllabi that suit industry/society needs • Lifelong learning • Encourage individual responsibility h l d• help to reduce costs – 4th March 2010 EAMTC Train and • Training/adult learning Promote & fund training/learning g g • Challenge to find solutions where financial constraints are an obstacle to investment and participation in learning • Give choice to individuals NGAP Montreal 1st – d qualify • could be private (company or individual) and/or government co- financed • Employers and individuals could h t i i t d ld bshare training cost and could be linked to prevent “poaching” • Company networks, large enterprises provide training to small ones or pool the resources amongones or pool the resources among firms with different training capacities – 4th March 2010 EAMTC Train and • Global collaboration at the Qualification process evolution Global collaboration at the technical level NGAP Montreal 1st – d qualify • ICAO, regulatory authorities, training , g y , g bodies Arrange regionally Promote harmonisationPromote harmonisation Inclusive - free and open to all Encourage free participation and h i f i f tisharing of information EAMTC, Europe’s largest maintenance training foundation, ready to play its part – 4th March 2010 EAMTC Ret More fl id than in the past Workforce mobility More fluid than in the past Changing valuesChanging values Link academic and practical Encourage “upwards mobility” NGAP Montreal 1st – tain • Can train and re train• Can train and re-train • Move between jobs E l k b t d l• Employees seek best deal • Traditional employee sources no longer there • Ensure due credit is given to practical skills • Transfer of previously owned k l d d killknowledge and skills – 4th March 2010 EAMTC Retain – P t ti l b i Encourage participation in training • Potential barriers • Ease time arrangements • Develop lifelong learning • Provide flexible alternatives NGAP Montreal 1st – – re-train Lack of motivation• Lack of motivation • lack of time • financial constraints • Tracking methods • LMS• LMS • Instructor-group sessions • co-ordination between education and employment • Self-starters • Part-time learning • Distance learning – 4th March 2010 • Distance learning EAMTC Concl • To find the people we need • Training • Qualification • RetainRetain NGAP Montreal 1st – usion • Upgrade our image • Make our industry one that is• Make our industry one that is attractive, accessible and encourages upwards mobility • Focus on all levels • Ensure accessibility • Will evolve with a/c design• Will evolve with a/c design • Increasing attention on competence Promote harmonisation• Promote harmonisation • Remove barriers to training • Ensure flexibility for individuals – 4th March 2010 EAMTC THANK Refs: ITQI Report 2008 OECD Promoting Adult Learning – ISBN 92-64-01092-0 – © OECD 20 NGAP Montreal 1st – http://www.oecd.org/document/57/0,3343,en_2649_39263238_36675 K YOU 005 EAMTC www.eamtc.org – 4th March 2010 769_1_1_1_1,00.html
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Since 2010, the players and coaches of the professional sport sections of the club have contributed 0.5 per cent of their income to financing and boosting initiatives in Catalonia, Spain, and in other places where help is needed. (...) Our objective is not just to win trophies but also to influence and actively participate in structural changes, and to help young people prepare themselves for what really matters in life. (...) Foundation projects use sport as a social-intervention tool. Our objective is not to teach how to win. Life is a challenge in itself and some of those challenges help us grow.
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Since 2010, the players and coaches of the professional sport sections of the club have contributed 0.5 per cent of their income to financing and boosting initiatives in Catalonia, Spain, and in other places where help is needed. (...) Our objective is not just to win trophies but also to influence and actively participate in structural changes, and to help young people prepare themselves for what really matters in life. (...) Foundation projects use sport as a social-intervention tool. Our objective is not to teach how to win. Life is a challenge in itself and some of those challenges help us grow.
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Click on ‘CC’ in the Player, select your desired language and press play to start the video. The subtitles appear on the bottom of the player FORUM Sessions Current Forum session IAF beyond 2015 Bureau Ad Hoc Expert Groups CLI, OLI, RI, MGI National reporting Forest financing UNFI Implementation DOCUMENTS Documents & Resolutions Forest Instrument International Arrangement on Forests National reports Regional reports Global Objectives on Forests EVENTS Events CPF Collaborative Partnership on Forests CPF Members Wangari Maathai Award MAJOR GROUPS Major Groups Major Group Focal Points OUTREACH Fact sheets Forest art Forest films Forest heroes Forest photographs International Day of Forests News archive Presentations and statements Press releases Copyright | Terms of Use | Privacy Notice | Contact | Fraud Alert | FAQ
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We can therefore say that 21st Century networks, will only be deployed if market players have the right incentives. My third message comes now: legal certainty and a pro-investment environment are key to attract the necessary resources of private companies to deploy the networks. (...) This model use efficient, objective, transparent, tecnologically neutral and non-discriminatry mechanisms. (...) This is key element to allow market players to select the most efficient technology for each customer.
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The project has 4 overarching objectives: o The first project objective is research: we seek to fill an important research gap on how the Middle East Weapons of Mass Destruction Free Zone (ME WMDFZ) issue has evolved. • The Zone existed as early as the late-1950s as an idea and since 1974 in multilateral fora. • While we will study the history of the Zone in its entirety, we will mainly focus on the period from 1990 to the present, with special emphasis on Zone-relevant historical episodes that are under-documented, like the informal consultations from 2010 to 2015. (...) One of the conclusions, we identified is that the importance of a supportive international environment as well as cooperation between Russia and the US as necessary (but insufficient) factors to gain regional momentum on the Zone. • Key regional players must have a shared interest, not just on the ultimate goal, but also on how to get there. • Participation of key states is essential. A serious discussion cannot be conducted about a ME WMDFZ without key players. • We also identified that there are divergent views in the region for the causes of WMD proliferation (rivalry, and mistrust or power imbalance), and as a result, what will be the best policies to address these. • There is also divergent in views whether to pursue the ME WMDFZ comprehensively or through gradual measures as the more promising route for a successful outcome. • There are many Confidence Building Measures (CBMs) which could help to address the mistrust among the key stakeholders and their regional security concerns.
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For reasons of this nature, Geneva Women in International Trade (GWIT) – with the support of the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and the Women Ambassadors in Geneva - organized a session on ”Women as Economic Players in Sustainable Development” at the recently-held WTO Public Symposium. This session was the first-ever session on gender and trade in this forum. GWIT Objectives The purpose of the session was to draw the attention of the WTO and the multilateral trading system to the significant contributions that women make in international trade, and to lay a marker for further discussion of this issue at the multilateral trade level. The title of the session, ” Women as Economic Players in Sustainable Development” was intended to recognise these contributions.
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Prepared by the joint FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme and the Commission's Committee on Food Labelling, the "Guidelines for the Production, Processing, Labelling and Marketing of Organic Food" clearly define the nature of organic food production and prevent claims that could mislead consumers about the quality of the product or the way it is produced. The final objective is to provide the consumer with a choice while giving assurances that organic agriculture standards have been met. (...) Fruit juices standards, genetically modified organisms, animal feed products (dioxin-related)-(2min.47) In RealAudio: ftp://ext-ftp.fao.org/Radio/RealAudio/Codex-PB-JLupien2.rm In Mp3: ftp://ext-ftp.fao.org/Radio/Mp3/Codex-PB-JLupien2.mp3 NB: 1/ To listen to a mp3 Sound file, you need an mp3 player,Quicktime 4.0, RealJukebox player or Windows Media Player, all free available on the Web) 2/To listen to a RealAudio Sound file , you need Realplayer G2(free on the Web): Instant play but lower quality than mp3 NOTE TO JOURNALISTS: The Food and Nutrition Division of FAO announces that BACK TO BASICS, the Third International Food Data Conference, will take place from 5 to 7 July 1999 at FAO headquarters, in Rome.
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. • Strengthening the regulation of infrastructure sharing and the search for dynamic mechanisms and spectrum sharing, as well as flexibility and agility in formalities and authorizations associated with new infrastructure projects in which the different market player types can participate as partners. • Implementing practices such as “regulatory sandboxes” as a means of promoting innovation in digital infrastructure investment. (...) Similarly, collaborative national and international regulation, a multistakeholder approach comprising as many players in the technological ecosystem as possible, is important as it will allow for a global vision and coverage and should, therefore, be pursued at all stages of the regulatory process, i.e. all the way from design to implementation. (...) In the light of all of the above, IFT developed its Roadmap 2021-2025,1 in which one of the objectives is identified as “promoting the development of the digital ecosystem and adopting new technologies and digital use cases” with a view to meeting the demands of the current environment.
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