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Given the purpose of the ILO and of the proposed Recom- mendation, it would be preferable to use “with the involvement of the social partners” throughout. (...) Generally, the expression “in cooperation with” is preferred as this does not place responsibility with the government or parties beforehand. (...) Reword para- graph 2 of the Preamble to read: “… governments and, to the extent possible, the private sector by investing to enhance education and training at all levels; the govern- ments and private sector by training employees or functionaries, each in his or her field; and individuals by making use of the education, training, vocational orientation and lifelong-learning opportunities”.
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Score: 824444.2 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...lm/ilc/ilc92/pdf/rep-iv-2a.pdf
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Everything you need to know about ePCT webinar series:  What's New for Applicants in ePCT 4.9 ( 11 and 13 January 2022 )  Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation  Questions and Answers Report Update on Recent and Future Developments in the PCT System ( 10 December 2021 )  Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation Update on Recent and Future Developments in the PCT System ( 8 December 2021 )  Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation Update on Recent and Future Developments in the PCT System (6 December 2021)  Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation We are regretfully having technical issues with the recording of this session.  (...) ( 19 November 2021 ) Picking a PCT Receiving Office  ( 17 November 2021 ) Everything you need to know about ePCT webinar series:  ePCT-Actions ( 2, 4 November 2021 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation Questions and Answers Report Exploring the PCT webinar series :  Restoring the Priority Right ( 21 October 2021 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation Everything you need to know about ePCT webinar series:  ePCT-Filing in Docx ( 7 October 2021 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation Questions and Answers Report Everything you need to know about ePCT webinar series:  ePCT-Filing in Docx ( 5 October 2021 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation Questions and Answers Report Exploring the PCT webinar series:  Mastering priority claims in PCT applications ( 23 September 2021 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation High-Level Regional Webinar for the Latin America IP Community ( 20 September 2021 )  Everything you need to know about ePCT webinar series:  eHandshakes-Access Rights-eOwnership ( 8 September 2021 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation Everything you need to know about ePCT webinar series:  eHandshakes-Access Rights-eOwnership ( 7 September 2021 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation Everything you need to know about ePCT webinar series:  ePCT, filing an international application with RO/US ( 5 August 2021 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation .  Questions & Answers Report  Exploring the PCT webinar series:  How to best utilize PCT declarations ( 24 June 2021 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation Everything you need to know about ePCT webinar series: ePCT, filing an international application with RO/IB ( 3 rd  June 2021 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation Everything you need to know about ePCT webinar series: ePCT, filing an international application with RO/IB ( 2 nd  June 2021 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation Exploring the PCT webinar series: Understanding PCT incorporation by reference ( 27 May 2021 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation WIPO ST.26: Advanced ( 19 May 2021 ) WIPO Sequence Validator ( 12 May 2021 ) Overview of ePCT, filing and managing international applications ( 11 May 2021 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PPT presentation WIPO Sequence ( 28 April 2021 ) WIPO ST.26: Introduction ( 21 April 2021 ) Exploring the PCT webinar series: Best practices to file an international application ( 15 April 2021 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation Docketing PCT for US filers ( 1 April 2021 ) [ YouTube ] Worry-free use of ePCT ( 7 April 2021 ) [ YouTube ] Overview of WIPO and its Activities – with a focus on the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) ( 25 March 2021 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation Update on Recent and Future Developments in the PCT System ( 2 November 2020 for participants from Asia)  Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation  ( 28 October 2020 for participants from the Americas)  Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation  ( 14 October 2020 for participants from Europe/Middle East/Africa)  Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation  Latest developments 2019-2020: the PCT System and COVID-19 ( June 2020 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PDF presentation PCT - July 2020 Rule changes  (Registration is required to access the recording) ( 8 June 2020 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PPT presentation Roving Webinar on WIPO Services and Initiatives   – Protecting your inventions internationally with the PCT (Registration is required to access the recording) ( 26 May 2020 ) – PCT part starts at 6 minutes 40 seconds Impact of COVID-19 health crisis on the PCT  (Registration is required to access the recording) ( 23 April 2020 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PPT presentation The PCT in 2019: end of the year update (Registration is required to access the recording) ( 10 December 2019 ) Users who have difficulties viewing the archived recording may prefer to download the PPT presentation Archives 2009-2018 Connection Difficulties?
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Score: 823014.1 - https://www.wipo.int/pct/en/seminar/webinars/index.html
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Appointment of the Secretary-General | World Meteorological Organization Skip to main content World Meteorological Organization Weather · Climate · Water Toggle navigation العربية 简体中文 English Français Русский Español Go Our mandate What we do Weather How we do it Public-Private Engagement (PPE) ocp innovation webinar Space borne Precipitation Measurements and Application WMO and HMEI Information Day WMO Innovation Seminar - Microsoft and the UN Sustainable Development Goals Climate Focus areas Water Programmes Projects Resources Bulletin MeteoWorld Library Gender Equality Education and training Standards and Recommended Practices The WMO Building / Conference Centre Language resources World Meteorological Day United in Science Coronavirus (COVID-19) Media Events About us Who we are Vision, Mission, Strategic Planning Members Governance The Secretariat Employment Awards Procurement Finance and Accountability Related links FAQs Contact us Community Platform Reform Search form Search Home About us Governance Congress Election Process Appointment of the Secretary-General Appointment of the Secretary-General Congress_Icons.png Appointment of the Secretary-General The appointment of the Secretary-General according to Article 21 of the Convention shall be by a contract approved in each case by Congress. (...) In the event of two or more candidates receiving the smallest number of votes, a separate vote of preference shall be taken and the candidate who receives the least number of votes shall be eliminated from the list and the other(s) retained. If in this separate vote of preference more than one candidate receives the smallest number of votes, all these candidates shall be eliminated from the list (b) The procedures described in paragraph (a) shall then be repeated with the reduced list of candidates (c) This procedure shall continue until one candidate (the “preferred candidate”) remains on the list (d) A proposal shall then be submitted to Congress that the preferred candidate be declared appointed.
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Score: 818295.95 - https://public.wmo.int/en/abou.../appointment-secretary-general
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Financial incentives to the private sector to hire women 14. Financial support and incentives to women lead MSMEs 15. (...) Many, if not most Members, have established targeted incentives - financial or in other forms - for the private sector and women owned MSMEs Financial incentives to private sector to hire women Some governments have created financial incentives for the benefit of export-oriented firms to hire unemployed women or for employers in general which are implementing programmes to recruit and retain women who have been on career breaks. (...) Interestingly, one member has set up private public coordinating committee to assess how specific agriculture export sectors can address gender issues.
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Score: 814035.74 - https://www.wto.org/english/res_e/reser_e/ersd201907_e.pdf
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Wood needs to be branded • Desired identify : environmental benefits, change negative perception • Perceived identify gap : fire, durability, structural performance, value • As a high-tech material Did you know that wood is the preferable building material to achieve green building ? (...) • National, provincial, regional policies and private sector : • Need for policies / incentives to increase use of wood in construction (structural and appearance ) – focus on environmental benefits Did you know that wood is wood is a high-tech material ? (...) • Club du bois / COP 15 Initiative • National / regional campaigns by wood trade associations : France, Germany, UK • Government initiatives : • UK Procurement : Cooperation / synergies civil society and private sector • Québec (Canada) government strategy to increase the use of wood in construction • Why not link with to FAO / UNECE Forest Communicators Network Recommendations : • Request the UNECE TC to transmit the results of the Green Building Workshop to the Committee on Housing and Land Management and other relevant bodies for their consideration. • UNECE TC invites the Committee on Housing and Land Management and other relevant bodies to cooperate on follow-up activities on Green building • Team of specialists is considering a follow-up event building on the conclusions of the workshop
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Score: 813921.63 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...d/presentations/03-guertin.pdf
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Those who have TB-like X-ray lesions should then be required to undergo bacteriological confirmation, preferably using a rapid molecular test. We also call on the private sector to join hands with the public sector in this fight. The private sector treats over 125,000 TB patients every year. But treatment success rates are likely to be lower for patients who seek TB care in the private sector in spite of the best efforts of private physicians.
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Score: 813845.1 - https://www.who.int/philippine.../wanted-leaders-for-tb-free-ph
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Loan proceeds will be used to pay worker salaries, primarily through mobile financial services. Sources (preferably official) https://www.ams.at/unternehmen/personalsicherung-und-fruehwarnsystem/kurzarbeit 7 Appendix Temporary Wage Subsidies : Country examples Country (name of program) Belgium (Temporary Unemployment Scheme) Eligibility Eligible are the following:  Workers and employees (private, public and non-profit)  Temporary workers for the duration of their temporary contract (possibly renewed)  Contractual staff employed in an educational establishment (administrative or supervisory staff, etc.)  Apprentices undergoing work-linked training Duration Temporary unemployment from 13.03.2020 (provisionally until 31.05.2020 inclusive) Job retention conditions Amount of subsidy In the case of temporary unemployment, employees receive an amount equal to 65 per cent of their average capped wages (capped at 2,754.76 euros per month). (...) Regime B — type of obstacle:  Obstacles to work on the part of an employer due to the ordered quarantine or childcare for a significant proportion of employees (30 per cent or more) — the employee receives a wage compensation of 100 per cent of the average earnings  Limitation of the availability of inputs (raw materials, products, services) necessary for the activity — the employee receives a wage compensation amounting to 80 per cent of the average earnings  Reduced demand for services, products and other products of the company — the employee receives a wage compensation amounting to 60 per cent of the average earnings Contribution to the employers will be 60 per cent of the wage compensation paid, including contributions, up to the amount of 29,000 CZK Administration of program Labour Office of the Czech Republic Funding The contribution will be provided by the Labor Office of the Czech Republic Number of beneficiaries (and cost estimates if available) Sources (preferably official) https://www.mpsv.cz https://www.mpsv.cz/documents/20142/1443715/03_04_2020_ENG_Antivirus.pdf/ 15 Appendix Temporary Wage Subsidies : Country examples Country (name of program) Denmark (Wage Subsidy L141) Eligibility The salary compensation scheme applies to employees of all private enterprises (including associations, foundations and self-governing institutions, if they qualify as being private), including businesses that are not comprised by collective bargaining agreements, which have been hit particularly hard by COVID-19 and therefore would need to give notice of:  Termination of 30 per cent or more of the total employees/workforce; or  Termination of more than 50 employees Duration Three months Job retention conditions Amount of subsidy State pays 75 per cent of employees’ salaries at a maximum of DKK 30,000 per month, while the companies pay the remaining 25 per cent Administration of program Funding Number of beneficiaries (and cost estimates if available) Sources (preferably official) https://www.ft.dk https://www.ft.dk/da/aktuelt/tema/folketinget-og-coronasituationen 16 Appendix Temporary Wage Subsidies : Country examples Country (name of program) Fiji (COVID-19 Withdrawal Scheme) Eligibility Employees in tourism and tourism related activities. (...) Payable every three Ex-post conditionality Not clear Job retention conditions Yes Amount of subsidy 25-75 percent of the salary up to S$ 4,600 per employee April May 2020 (75 percent) Administration of program Funding Co funding with the private enterprises according industry up to April 2020.
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Score: 812746.97 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_745667.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - mozambique_presentation_4.ppt GHWA Universal Access TWG RAPID SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS FIELD REPORT *Source: Presentation: Implementação da Estratégia da Aceleração da Prevenção, PNC ITS/HIV/SIDA, Feb. 2010 **Source: MCH Department (MISAU) and Impacto Demográfico Report, Dec. 2009 Year 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 # Facilities # Facilities with ART*with ART* 2424 3838 155155 211211 213213 222222 304304 # Facilities # Facilities with PMTCT**with PMTCT** 386386 744744 832 832 Trend Data of Facility Provision of ART/PMTCT Adult prevalence rate (2008): 14% - 200,000 400,000 600,000 800,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 1,400,000 1,600,000 1,800,000 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 N u m b e r o f p e rs o n s AIDS deaths New infections PLHIV Source: Impacto Demográfico do HIV/SIDA em Moçambique (Sept 2008) Number Of AIDS Deaths, New HIV Infections and PLWH Numbers (1998-2010) Source: Impacto Demográfico do HIV/SIDA em Moçambique (Sept 2008) ART Needs and Coverage in Adults, 2004-2010 International advocacy of country’s HRH crisis Decentralization and integration of HIV services to rapidly expand access Development of costed National Plan for HRH Development 2008-2015 Government-partner coordination HR technical working group Accelerated training plan Task shifting to scale up HIV services Openness to adjusting strategies based on evidence and innovative approaches Decentralization of HR management Implementation of workplace safety policy A need to move from a costed, strategic HRH development plan to prioritized implementation Insufficient numbers, types of professional HRH qualified to address HIV/AIDS Unequal distribution of health workforce Attrition of superior level trained HRH and managers Low motivation and job satisfaction Insufficient pre-service training capacity Compromise between quality and quantity of HRH production Limited HR management capacity Limited procurement and logistics management capacity Weak health information systems Costed HRH development plan ⇒ prioritized implementation with defined resources Advocate with MOF/MOPA for more HWs, salary, incentives; learn from other Ministries Invest in broad HRH strengthening, not just HW development Assess aid effectiveness Include provincial/district managers in operational plans; strengthen their management capacity Strengthen pre-service training capacity to increase # of professional HWs Regulate private and public training institutions to ensure adherence to training standards; Outsource to private institutions Increase #, quality of teachers; Incentives to attract full-time teachers; Create teacher career track Training QA measures & sufficient clinical practice to increase transfer of skills to the workplace. Improve distribution of health workers Determine skills set per facility to recalculate #/type HWs needed; Revitalize the CHW cadre Deploy new HWs to provinces with lower numbers and cadre types; Map private sector HWs Further task shifting (i.e. counseling) Recruit students from areas with largest HRH gaps Implement significant incentives to entice specialized HWs to rural areas Increase HW motivation and retention Assess motivation preferences; $ to implement Interventions to relieve work stressors, improve performance and productivity, dignity Explore PBF strategies Performance support systems for quality services Onsite supportive supervision and clinical mentoring On-the-job training & distance learning for HW updates & reduce time away from the workplace Assess ⇑ loss to follow up of HIV+, address obstacles Increase HRH management capacity Professional-level training in HRH management Map HRM processes & address bottlenecks Expand HRIS; Form HRH observatory Support provincial/district managers to operationalize central policies, strategies, and plans Improve procurement & logistics mgmt capacity In-service training for pharmacists, laboratory, logistics staff on new strategic plan Revise pre-service curricula with new procurement system Assess motivational preferences of procurement and logistics staff; implement incentives to reduce high turnover Global advocacy Focus not just on targets, but quality Multi-sectoral coordination Including actors outside the MOH Provincial and district level involvement
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Score: 811583.3 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...ss/mozambique_presentation.pdf
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document Global Public-Private Partnership for Handwashing (PPPHW) Hanna Woodburn Short summary Water, sanitation, and hygiene are cornerstones of development. (...) The role of habit formation, partnerships, and the private sector will be interwoven throughout the presentation, as these are topics that are essential to improving handwashing behaviour change at scale. Please note, the Global Public-Private Partnership for Handwashing (PPPHW) is a coalition of international stakeholders.
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Score: 811583.3 - https://www.un.org/waterforlif...df/Hanna_Woodburn_PPPHWgdg.pdf
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The details of the preferences granted by India are contained in the WTO document S/C/N/833 dated 30th September, 2015. (...) As regards our offer on technical assistance and capacity building, this preference has been effectively utilised by the LDCs. (...) The portal would also offer 15000 scholarships to African students to pursue undergraduate and postgraduate courses from premier public and private Universities of India. o A tele-medicine centre and a tele-education centre have been set up in Uganda under the Pan-African E-Network Project.
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Score: 808199.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...p_e/serv_e/3_shukla_030621.pdf
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