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A simple way to enable aggregation is to reflect the multiple outputs produced by a single farm in terms of values (i.e. quantity multiplied by prices) SDG 2.4.1. (...) Its main components include cash receipts from the sale of farm products, direct program payments to producers, other farm income (such as income from custom work), value of food and fuel produced and consumed on the same farm, and change in value of year-end inventories of crops and livestock. (...) FIES in context of 2.4.1 The Food Insecurity Experience Scale (FIES) produces a measure of the severity of food insecurity experienced by individuals or households, based on direct interviews.
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Score: 983569.9 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ultural_Sustainability_EN.xlsx
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CHAIRMAN AND VICE-CHAIRMAN Article 6 The forum shall select a Chairman and, where appropriate, a Vice-Chairman on the basis of consultations conducted by the Secretary-General The wording of this article reflects the desire to avoid devoting too much time to an election, given the forum's duration. (...) RULES FOR DEBATES Article 11 Persons desiring to speak must first obtain the consent of the Chairman. (...) Outputs of the forum Article 14 The world telecommunication policy forum shall neither produce prescriptive regulatory outcomes nor produce outputs with binding force.
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Score: 982093.5 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchive/wtpf96/res1083.html
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How can a CSP prepare to deal with these new factors effectively to produce desirable QoS and QoE?
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Score: 980778.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W.../Documents/R_R_S7_Abstract.pdf
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This means the neural network has to produce the next step control outputs from the current situation, with the purpose of reducing the error between the measured heart rate and the desired one. (...) The network topology as shown in Figure 15, is composed by four different input sources, corresponding to the desired heart rate, the actual heart rate and the two control inputs: number of cores and frequency.
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Score: 979806.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...7/files/basic-html/page66.html
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The improved diets being promoted are often develop from academic sources, and I will agree they are ideal and highly desirable, but are they feasible. That is can the impoverished people they are intended to benefit have a wage base that will allow them to afford the diet, or the energy needed to produce it. (...) If they cannot afford or produce this dietary energy what are the rational compromises they should make in their diets that will optimize their very survival. Does the need for calories to complete the coming day’s tasks trump the desire for more diversified diets? Please review the following webpages and related links, and if possible take time to work through the exercise: Hard Choices in Quality Nutrition.
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Score: 979322.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/es/comment/8099
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The improved diets being promoted are often develop from academic sources, and I will agree they are ideal and highly desirable, but are they feasible. That is can the impoverished people they are intended to benefit have a wage base that will allow them to afford the diet, or the energy needed to produce it. (...) If they cannot afford or produce this dietary energy what are the rational compromises they should make in their diets that will optimize their very survival. Does the need for calories to complete the coming day’s tasks trump the desire for more diversified diets? Please review the following webpages and related links, and if possible take time to work through the exercise: Hard Choices in Quality Nutrition.
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Score: 979322.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/comment/8099
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The improved diets being promoted are often develop from academic sources, and I will agree they are ideal and highly desirable, but are they feasible. That is can the impoverished people they are intended to benefit have a wage base that will allow them to afford the diet, or the energy needed to produce it. (...) If they cannot afford or produce this dietary energy what are the rational compromises they should make in their diets that will optimize their very survival. Does the need for calories to complete the coming day’s tasks trump the desire for more diversified diets? Please review the following webpages and related links, and if possible take time to work through the exercise: Hard Choices in Quality Nutrition.
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Score: 979322.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/comment/8099
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The improved diets being promoted are often develop from academic sources, and I will agree they are ideal and highly desirable, but are they feasible. That is can the impoverished people they are intended to benefit have a wage base that will allow them to afford the diet, or the energy needed to produce it. (...) If they cannot afford or produce this dietary energy what are the rational compromises they should make in their diets that will optimize their very survival. Does the need for calories to complete the coming day’s tasks trump the desire for more diversified diets? Please review the following webpages and related links, and if possible take time to work through the exercise: Hard Choices in Quality Nutrition.
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Score: 979322.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/ar/comment/8099
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The improved diets being promoted are often develop from academic sources, and I will agree they are ideal and highly desirable, but are they feasible. That is can the impoverished people they are intended to benefit have a wage base that will allow them to afford the diet, or the energy needed to produce it. (...) If they cannot afford or produce this dietary energy what are the rational compromises they should make in their diets that will optimize their very survival. Does the need for calories to complete the coming day’s tasks trump the desire for more diversified diets? Please review the following webpages and related links, and if possible take time to work through the exercise: Hard Choices in Quality Nutrition.
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Score: 979322.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ar/comment/8099
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The improved diets being promoted are often develop from academic sources, and I will agree they are ideal and highly desirable, but are they feasible. That is can the impoverished people they are intended to benefit have a wage base that will allow them to afford the diet, or the energy needed to produce it. (...) If they cannot afford or produce this dietary energy what are the rational compromises they should make in their diets that will optimize their very survival. Does the need for calories to complete the coming day’s tasks trump the desire for more diversified diets? Please review the following webpages and related links, and if possible take time to work through the exercise: Hard Choices in Quality Nutrition.
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Score: 979322.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/es/comment/8099
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