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In a further Fax of 27 April, I strongly urged all who had not yet come forward to consult with us to seek an appointment without delay, and invited non-resident Members to communicate their preferences in writing to me at a private and confidential fax line. (...) Preferences were weighed both in the rankings, if any, given by Members, and as a whole. (...) I would therefore urge all Members once again to come forward to meet with us and to express their preferences on the basis of the revised slate of candidates.
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Score: 776358.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...gc_chair_remarks_29apr05_e.doc
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Since then, the space race has diversified considerably, with 72 countries launching satellites into orbit and an increasing number of private companies joining the newly intensifying competition. (...) Partnerships between governments’ space agencies and private space companies aim to establish crewed stations orbiting the Moon and landed on the lunar surface. (...) Name (Required) First name Last name Email (Required) Organization (Required) Job title (Required) Type of Entity (Required) Please select Government Private sector (non-SMEs) Private sector (SMEs) International or Regional Organization/Association Academia Intergovernmental Organization Media/Press Other Does your organization have an ITU Membership?
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Score: 775927 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2021/1...pectrum-amid-a-new-space-race/
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These growing numbers reflect the strong dynamics of the space sector, and more specifically of space telecommunications: the high demand for services is stimulating private sector initiatives. Telecommunications are clearly a driver of the space economy for the current decade. (...) ITU is quite a unique organisation in the UN system, because from its very origins, it has been practicing something that is today deemed essential: a multi-stakeholder approach. Private actors have always had the right to express their views at ITU, and ITU rules are meant to protect their operations. (...) Name (Required) First name Last name Email (Required) Organization (Required) Job title (Required) Type of Entity (Required) Please select Government Private sector (non-SMEs) Private sector (SMEs) International or Regional Organization/Association Academia Intergovernmental Organization Media/Press Other Does your organization have an ITU Membership?
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Score: 775927 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2021/0...le-space-environment-eutelsat/
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Enviroserve’s state-of-the-art plant near Kigali, operating under a public-private-partnership with the Government of Rwanda, can process up to 10,000 tonnes of e-waste per year . (...) (Source: SPRUIK ) Along with educating and mobilizing the public, the campaign aims to create buy-in across the private and public sectors, highlighting shared responsibilities in moving towards a circular economy. (...) Name (Required) First name Last name Email (Required) Organization (Required) Job title (Required) Type of Entity (Required) Please select Government Private sector (non-SMEs) Private sector (SMEs) International or Regional Organization/Association Academia Intergovernmental Organization Media/Press Other Does your organization have an ITU Membership?
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Score: 775718.85 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2022/06/e-waste-awareness-in-rwanda/
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The iLibrary is a powerful research tool for people working at academic institutions, in the private sector and at governmental or non-governmental organizations.  (...) Streamlining access to ITU’s Publications The ITU, as the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies (ICTs), acts as a global forum through which countries, private-sector entities and academic institutions work towards consensus on a wide range of issues affecting the future direction of the ICT industry. (...) Name (Required) First name Last name Email (Required) Organization (Required) Job title (Required) Type of Entity (Required) Please select Government Private sector (non-SMEs) Private sector (SMEs) International or Regional Organization/Association Academia Intergovernmental Organization Media/Press Other Does your organization have an ITU Membership?
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Score: 775718.85 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2020/0...edge-sharing-the-itu-ilibrary/
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The collaborative spirit, exemplified by ITU’s public-private membership, is why I am pleased to participate in events like the United Nations Multi-Stakeholder Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation, together with eminent speakers from government, the private sector, academia and civil society. (...) Name (Required) First name Last name Email (Required) Organization (Required) Job title (Required) Type of Entity (Required) Please select Government Private sector (non-SMEs) Private sector (SMEs) International or Regional Organization/Association Academia Intergovernmental Organization Media/Press Other Does your organization have an ITU Membership? (...) YSC session YSC cookie is set by Youtube and is used to track the views of embedded videos on Youtube pages. yt-remote-connected-devices never YouTube sets this cookie to store the video preferences of the user using embedded YouTube video. yt-remote-device-id never YouTube sets this cookie to store the video preferences of the user using embedded YouTube video.
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Score: 775718.85 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2021/0...on-gap-and-the-digital-divide/
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“The future of mobility will be crafted in collaboration by the public and private sectors … and the many new market segments emerging at the intersection of vehicles and ICT.”   (...) The future of mobility will be crafted in collaboration by the public and private sectors; the automotive and ICT industries and their respective regulators; and the many new market segments emerging at the intersection of vehicles and ICT. (...) Name (Required) First name Last name Email (Required) Organization (Required) Job title (Required) Type of Entity (Required) Please select Government Private sector (non-SMEs) Private sector (SMEs) International or Regional Organization/Association Academia Intergovernmental Organization Media/Press Other Does your organization have an ITU Membership?
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Score: 775718.85 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2020/0...-driving-vehicles-chaesub-lee/
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Delays in reimbursement sometimes result in NHIS patients being denied treatment unless they pay out of pocket(14). Preferred provider networks: Private health facilities play a crucial role in the delivery of health services in the country especially with their accreditation to provide services under coverage by the NHIS(2). (...) Private pharmacies and licensed chemical sellers. (...) Private pharmacies and licensed chemical sellers.
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Score: 773808.3 - https://www.who.int/alliance-h...sr/resources/FR_Ch3_Annex2.pdf
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The Seventy-Second Session of the Executive Council endorsed the Guidelines for Public-private Engagement (edition 2020)  (September 2020, Geneva, Switzerland) The Eighteenth Session of the World Meteorological Congress adopted Resolution 80 (Cg-18): Geneva Declaration – 2019: Building Community for Weather, Climate and Water Actions  (June 2019, Geneva, Switzerland) The Eighteenth Session of the World Meteorological Congress adopted Resolution 79 (Cg-18): Open Consultative Platform “PARTNERSHIP AND INNOVATION FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF WEATHER AND CLIMATE INTELLIGENCE”  (June 2019, Geneva, Switzerland) Global Weather Enterprise Conference  (October 2018, Amsterdam, the Netherlands) The Seventieth Session of the Executive Council adopted Resolution 11 (EC-70): WMO Policy Framework for Public-Private Engagement  (June 2018, Geneva, Switzerland) Events by stakeholders   Outcome/news/announcement on related events by partners Public Private Engagement on Hydromet Modernization - SADC Hydromet Forum 2021  (22-23 June 2021)  Towards Sustainable and Effective Hydromet Services in West Africa through Public-Private Engagement - 2nd ECOWAS Hydromet Forum 2021  (20-22 April 2021)  GWE Online Forum 1: Legislative Frameworks that Enable Public-Private Engagement - 21 January 2021 |  information page  | presentation  |  Q&A |  recording The Online Forum was moderated by Dimitar Ivanov (the Director of Public-Private Engagement at the World Meteorological Organization), and the panellists include: Tatsuya Kimura, Seconded Expert to WMO/PPE; Ian Lisk, President of WMO Services Commission; Stella M.O. (...) Hydromet AFRICA Virtual 2020: Development of capacity in the African Regional Weather Enterprise (ARWE)  (13, 15 and 16 October 2020)  IFMS Webinar on WMO’s Open Consultative Platform - 8 October 2020 |  information page  | presentation 1 , 2  |  Q&A |  recording Dimitar Ivanov, (Director, Public-Private Engagement Office (PPEO) of WMO), and Tatsuya Kimura (Seconded Expert). (...) Second Webinar on GCA Investment Blueprint for Climate Informed digital advisory services  (World Business Council for Sustainable Development; 7 July 2020)  Public-Private Engagement session at the first African Climate Risks Conference  (ACRC; October 2019, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)    Events sorted by time   Events sorted by time Events of OCP, WMO and stakeholders 2021 December OCP Innovation Webinar – Innovation and Cutting-edge Activities in Space-borne Precipiation Measurements and Application   October OCP Innovation Webinar – Met Office and Microsoft share information on what their partnership means for the future of the Met Office June Public Private Engagement on Hydromet Modernization - SADC Hydromet Forum 2021 May Second High-level Session of the Open Consultative Platform (OCP-HL-2)   April OCP Innovation Seminar: Microsoft and the UN Sustainable Development Goals   Towards Sustainable and Effective Hydromet Services in West Africa through Public-Private Engagement - 2nd ECOWAS Hydromet Forum 2021 March WMO & HMEI Information Day January GWE Online Forum 1: Legislative Frameworks that Enable Public-Private Engagement 2020 December WMO International Weather Apps Awards Ceremony   October WMO Data Conference - Workshop on Theme 2: "Business models and data policy issues" Hydromet AFRICA Virtual 2020: Development of capacity in the African Regional Weather Enterprise (ARWE) IFMS Webinar on WMO’s Open Consultative Platform September  The Seventy-Second Session of the Executive Council endorsed the Guidelines for Public-private Engagement (edition 2020) July  OCP Innovation Seminar: Innovation in PPE - Public Goods in Weather and Climate Second Webinar on GCA Investment Blueprint for Climate Informed digital advisory services April  OCP Innovation Seminar: Multi-hazards early warning system in the Pacific February  OCP Innovation Seminar: Integrating Technology-Driven Solutions to Improve The Production and Utilization of Weather Products and Services in Africa 2019 October Public-Private Engagement session at the first African Climate Risks Conference June The Eighteenth Session of the World Meteorological Congress adopted Resolution 80 (Cg-18): Geneva Declaration – 2019: Building Community for Weather, Climate and Water Actions The Eighteenth Session of the World Meteorological Congress adopted Resolution 79 (Cg-18): Open Consultative Platform “PARTNERSHIP AND INNOVATION FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF WEATHER AND CLIMATE INTELLIGENCE” High-Level Round Table for the Launch of the Open Consultative Platform (OCP-HL-1) 2018 October Global Weather Enterprise Conference June The Seventieth Session of the Executive Council adopted Resolution 11 (EC-70): WMO Policy Framework for Public-Private Engagement Disclaimer:  The findings, interpretations and conclusions expressed in the following articles are those of the authors and do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of WMO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area, or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. 
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Score: 773620.8 - https://public.wmo.int/en/our-...o-it/ppe/activities-and-events
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At the heart of the debate, David Jensen from UNEP explained the process of in-depth and ongoing consultations with over 100 different colleagues from the public and private sectors that have helped to shape the concept of a Digital Ecosystem for Earth.  (...) “The first is how can we start to connect all of the data and the digital technologies that are now held by the public and private sectors, so they can generate real time insights about the health of the planet at any scale. (...) Name (Required) First name Last name Email (Required) Organization (Required) Job title (Required) Type of Entity (Required) Please select Government Private sector (non-SMEs) Private sector (SMEs) International or Regional Organization/Association Academia Intergovernmental Organization Media/Press Other Does your organization have an ITU Membership?
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Score: 772944.9 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2020/1...e-digital-ecosystem-for-earth/
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