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Headquarters building renovation project: Revised project budget Works Budget (CHF thousand) Asbestos survey 200 Kitchens 5 357 Floors 1 to 11 173 722 Preparatory and structural works 51 941 Mechanical, electrical and plumbing works 50 434 GB.325/PFA/1 2 GB325-PFA_1_[DDGMR-150915-1]-En.docx Works Budget (CHF thousand) Internal fit-out works 30 512 Secondary costs 2 402 Professional fees 38 433 MEDSERV and DCOMM 7 809 Preparatory and structural works 1 490 Mechanical, electrical and plumbing works 3 260 Internal fit-out works 2 000 Secondary costs 70 Professional fees 989 Lower floors 5 529 Project staff 6 689 Temporary offices 2 260 Moving costs 1 500 Subtotal 203 246 Insurance and miscellaneous 900 Unforeseen costs 1 403 Grand total 205 549 8.
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Competency-based vocational training programmes launched in Lebanon by Safadi Foundation and ILO The programmes will train young women and men on agri-food processing, welding, plumbing, and elderly home caregiving, including post-COVID-19 care. (...) A total of 64 young women and men have started training in agri-food processing, advanced welding, and elderly home caregiving, including post-COVID-19 care, and 16 more will be enrolled in advanced plumbing. They were selected based on pre-enrollment career orientation using SkillLab – a mobile app which allows to capture and express skills gained through various learning and work experiences – to ensure that training topics match their skills sets and professional goals and aspirations.
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Puntuación: 267.02 - www.ilo.org/beirut/medi...WCMS_836122/lang--en/index.htm
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Programme outputs: A model for entrepreneurship education is piloted and proposed upscaling Sector Skills Councils are functioning in at least sectors The non-formal market-based training approach is piloted for replication Tags: employment, skills Regions and countries covered: Ethiopia, Lebanon Tools This content is available in العربية A A+ A++ Print Share this content in SKILL-UP Programme See also Press release Skills Academy Lebanon completes training series for TVET practitioners and stakeholders Articles Khuloud’s story: Addressing gender stereotypes and improving livelihoods through skills development Improving livelihoods and helping reconstruct Beirut through skills development – Samir’s story News New academy builds capacity for effective and efficient skills development in Lebanon Project SKILL-UP Lebanon – Phase II Videos Delivering competency-based training in Lebanon SKILL UP: Enhancing the skills system in Lebanon through SKILL-UP (short version) SKILL-UP: Enhancing the skills system in Lebanon (extended version) Developing digital learning tools for vocational courses in Lebanon (plumbing fixtures) Developing digital learning tools for vocational courses in Lebanon (introduction to plumbing) News Increasing resilience and business continuity in Lebanon’s TVET sector Event The ILO and Lebanon’s Ministry of Education and Higher Education launch entrepreneurship education training for vocational and technical schools in Lebanon © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Puntuación: 267.02 - www.ilo.org/beirut/proj...WCMS_702160/lang--en/index.htm
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Programme outputs: A model for entrepreneurship education is piloted and proposed upscaling Sector Skills Councils are functioning in at least sectors The non-formal market-based training approach is piloted for replication Tags: employment, skills Regions and countries covered: Ethiopia, Lebanon Tools This content is available in العربية A A+ A++ Print Share this content in SKILL-UP Programme See also Press release Skills Academy Lebanon completes training series for TVET practitioners and stakeholders Articles Khuloud’s story: Addressing gender stereotypes and improving livelihoods through skills development Improving livelihoods and helping reconstruct Beirut through skills development – Samir’s story News New academy builds capacity for effective and efficient skills development in Lebanon Project SKILL-UP Lebanon – Phase II Videos Delivering competency-based training in Lebanon SKILL UP: Enhancing the skills system in Lebanon through SKILL-UP (short version) SKILL-UP: Enhancing the skills system in Lebanon (extended version) Developing digital learning tools for vocational courses in Lebanon (plumbing fixtures) Developing digital learning tools for vocational courses in Lebanon (introduction to plumbing) News Increasing resilience and business continuity in Lebanon’s TVET sector Event The ILO and Lebanon’s Ministry of Education and Higher Education launch entrepreneurship education training for vocational and technical schools in Lebanon © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Initially, people thought that it would require highly sophisticated equipment and support from engineers to install the plumbing works. However, a team effort by parents, school staff and community members has helped ensure the school now has clean running water. They purchased plumbing materials, dug a channel to divert water, installed and connected the pipeline to the main water source, the water tank and handwashing and other facilities. 
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Puntuación: 267.02 - https://www.unicef.org/timorle...mor-leste-first-time-ten-years
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Specific problem areas have been identified and these include: (a) replacing all electrical wiring, plumbing and insulation material on all floors to ensure compliance with current safety and health standards. This would be carried out in phases over a number of years and, in view of the extensive work involved, it would be advisable to combine this work with the redesign and maximization of office space; (b) upgrading and refurbishing (waterproofing) of deteriorating roofing material; (c) refurbishing and replacing elements of the building’s facade material and joints as well as structural elements of the car park, where this has been found to be necessary due to deterioration and carbonization; (d) upgrading the elevators and escalators which now require frequent maintenance; (e) installing additional fire detection and prevention equipment including extinguishers, automatic fireproof doors, fireproofing of cables, plumbing, etc.; (f) renovating the kitchens to improve standards of hygiene, safety and security. (...) The current balance available on the Building and Accommodation Fund is some 5.1 million Swiss francs, with a further 4.3 million Swiss francs reserved for major repairs to technical installations such as heating, air conditioning and plumbing. 8. Transfers from budgetary surpluses have also been approved by the Governing Body to supplement amounts available in the Building and Accommodation Fund, the most recent example being a transfer of US$2.75 million from the 2000-01 surplus. 9.
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Specific problem areas have been identified and these include: (a) replacing all electrical wiring, plumbing and insulation material on all floors to ensure compliance with current safety and health standards. This would be carried out in phases over a number of years and, in view of the extensive work involved, it would be advisable to combine this work with the redesign and maximization of office space; (b) upgrading and refurbishing (waterproofing) of deteriorating roofing material; (c) refurbishing and replacing elements of the building’s facade material and joints as well as structural elements of the car park, where this has been found to be necessary due to deterioration and carbonization; (d) upgrading the elevators and escalators which now require frequent maintenance; (e) installing additional fire detection and prevention equipment including extinguishers, automatic fireproof doors, fireproofing of cables, plumbing, etc.; (f) renovating the kitchens to improve standards of hygiene, safety and security. (...) The current balance available on the Building and Accommodation Fund is some 5.1 million Swiss francs, with a further 4.3 million Swiss francs reserved for major repairs to technical installations such as heating, air conditioning and plumbing. 8. Transfers from budgetary surpluses have also been approved by the Governing Body to supplement amounts available in the Building and Accommodation Fund, the most recent example being a transfer of US$2.75 million from the 2000-01 surplus. 9.
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Urban numbers Urban Population (2018): 19.4% Urban Growth Rate (2015-2020): 4.99% The urban population annual growth rate is 5.03% News and Stories Story 15 March 2021 UN-Habitat Executive Director visits an informal settlement in Burkina Faso to see the challenges Learn more Story 18 March 2021 UN-Habitat Executive Director discusses sustainable urban solutions with the President of Burkina Faso Learn more Story 20 May 2021 Capacity building for strengthening the resilience in cities Learn more Story 29 September 2021 UN-Habitat strengthens support to cities facing influx of internally displaced people Learn more Story 20 October 2021 Burkina Faso construction and housing sector to move towards resource-efficiency Learn more ‘’A team of UN-Habitat came to train us in plumbing and thanks to this project, I can handle most plumbing works and have skills such as fixing a tab or a toilet, even moving it if necessary and working on connections. (...) Saadiya Zoumzara , Community Member, PSUP Plumbing Training Donors and partners The UEMOA (Union Economique et Monétaire Ouest Africaine), is a sub-regional African organisation covering 8 countries in West Africa i.e Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Togo.
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Puntuación: 266.29 - https://unhabitat.org/ja/node/109154
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Urban numbers Urban Population (2018): 19.4% Urban Growth Rate (2015-2020): 4.99% The urban population annual growth rate is 5.03% News and Stories Story 15 Marzo 2021 UN-Habitat Executive Director visits an informal settlement in Burkina Faso to see the challenges Learn more Story 18 Marzo 2021 UN-Habitat Executive Director discusses sustainable urban solutions with the President of Burkina Faso Learn more Story 20 May 2021 Capacity building for strengthening the resilience in cities Learn more Story 29 Septiembre 2021 UN-Habitat strengthens support to cities facing influx of internally displaced people Learn more Story 20 Octubre 2021 Burkina Faso construction and housing sector to move towards resource-efficiency Learn more ‘’A team of UN-Habitat came to train us in plumbing and thanks to this project, I can handle most plumbing works and have skills such as fixing a tab or a toilet, even moving it if necessary and working on connections. (...) Saadiya Zoumzara , Community Member, PSUP Plumbing Training Donors and partners The UEMOA (Union Economique et Monétaire Ouest Africaine), is a sub-regional African organisation covering 8 countries in West Africa i.e Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Togo.
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Puntuación: 266.29 - https://unhabitat.org/es/node/109154
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Urban numbers Urban Population (2018): 19.4% Urban Growth Rate (2015-2020): 4.99% The urban population annual growth rate is 5.03% News and Stories Story 15 مارس 2021 UN-Habitat Executive Director visits an informal settlement in Burkina Faso to see the challenges Learn more Story 18 مارس 2021 UN-Habitat Executive Director discusses sustainable urban solutions with the President of Burkina Faso Learn more Story 20 مايو 2021 Capacity building for strengthening the resilience in cities Learn more Story 29 سبتمبر 2021 UN-Habitat strengthens support to cities facing influx of internally displaced people Learn more Story 20 أكتوبر 2021 Burkina Faso construction and housing sector to move towards resource-efficiency Learn more ‘’A team of UN-Habitat came to train us in plumbing and thanks to this project, I can handle most plumbing works and have skills such as fixing a tab or a toilet, even moving it if necessary and working on connections. (...) Saadiya Zoumzara , Community Member, PSUP Plumbing Training Donors and partners The UEMOA (Union Economique et Monétaire Ouest Africaine), is a sub-regional African organisation covering 8 countries in West Africa i.e Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Togo.
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Puntuación: 266.29 - https://unhabitat.org/ar/node/109154
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