Home

Results 91 - 100 of 376,500 for programs. Search took 4.577 seconds.  
Sort by date/Sort by relevance
Safe and secure programs Committed to connecting the world Search for: ITU General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization About ITU-T Events All Groups Standards Resources BSG Study Groups Regional Presence Join ITU-T Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU You are here ITU > Home > ITU-T > Study Groups > Study Group 17 > Safe and secure programs Share Page Content Some suggestions on how to write more safe and secure programs This paper presents a list of suggestions on how to avoid the most common pitfalls that make software less secure or Less safe than it should be. (...) It focuses on network application programs, but many of the suggestions are equally valid for other kinds of software. (...) Make generous use of assertions in your code Use restrictive language features extensively Compile with the highest warning level Testing Use system-stress simulation techniques during program testing Use a multiprocessor computer during program testing Ensure that the entire program code is executed during program testing Resources Contact for comment/discussion: Mr.
Language:English
Score: 476130.13 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/s...dygroups/com17/Pages/safe.aspx
Data Source: un
Management response to the formative evaluation of UNICEF work to link humanitarian and development programming Genevieve Boutin Deputy Director, Programme Division UNICEF Executive Board Informal briefing – 19 May 2021 Management Response Theme 1: Key actions related to definition and coherence • Incorporate humanitarian and development programming (HDP) nexus in all programme policies, procedures and guidance; • Update 2019 procedure on linking humanitarian and development programming and ensure global roll-out; 2 | UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 19 May 2021 Management response to the formative evaluation of UNICEF work to link humanitarian and development programming Theme 2: Key actions related to partnerships • Strengthen the capacities of senior managers to work confidently across HDP nexus; • Revise the framework for partnering with civil society and strengthen localization; • Develop a digital partnership management system. Management Response p e 3 | UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 19 May 2021 Management response to the formative evaluation of UNICEF work to link humanitarian and development programming Management Response Theme 3: Key actions related to planning and programming • Take forward commitments on risk- informed programming, gender- and disability-responsive programming and accountability to affected populations in humanitarian contexts; • Ensure clear articulation of UNICEF actions for conflict sensitivity and peacebuilding in policies and plans. 4 | UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 19 May 2021 Management response to the formative evaluation of UNICEF work to link humanitarian and development programming Theme 4: Key actions related to internal systems and structures • Review UNICEF planning, reporting, monitoring, financial and human resources systems and management structures to support the nexus at all levels (country offices, regional offices, headquarters); • Develop and implement a resource mobilization strategy for flexible and multi- year funding; • Continue to provide advocacy for flexible funding; • Recruit staff with HDP skills and build capacity of staff to work across the HDP nexus. (...) Management Response 6 | UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 19 May 2021 Management response to the formative evaluation of UNICEF work to link humanitarian and development programming Thank you. UNICEF Executive Board – Informal briefing – 19 May 2021 Management response to the formative evaluation of UNICEF work to link humanitarian and development programming
Language:English
Score: 476130.13 - https://www.unicef.org/executi...velopment-MR-EN-2021.05.12.pdf
Data Source: un
Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace | UNSSC | United Nations System Staff College Skip to main content toggle menu UN System Staff College Main Menu UNSSC Courses Find a course Browse by topic My UNSSC mobile app Services Tailor-made learning E-learning solutions Facilitation & retreats Advisory services Campuses Turin Campus Bonn Campus Virtual Campus News & Insights News Blog Resources Social Feeds Newsletter About UNSSC Mission Activities Faculty & speakers Donors Partners History Board of Governors UNSSC Director UNSSC management team Annual report Employment opportunities Commercial opportunities Featured themes Women's Voices for an Equal Future UN Leadership Culture Assessment Tool Building Capacity for Agenda 2030 SD Talks The UN Reflection Series The UN Summer Academy UNSSC Commits to Climate Action through Learning Home > Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace Upcoming editions ONLINE 09 Mar - 06 Apr 2022 Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace #Sustaining Peace #UN country programming SIGN UP Entebbe 14 Jun - 16 Jun 2022 Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace #Sustaining Peace #UN country programming SIGN UP ONLINE 28 Sep - 26 Oct 2022 Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace #Sustaining Peace #UN country programming SIGN UP Past editions ONLINE 16 Nov - 11 Dec 2020 Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace #Sustaining Peace SIGN UP ONLINE 03 May - 28 May 2021 Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace - May #Sustaining Peace SIGN UP ONLINE 20 Sep - 22 Oct 2021 Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace - September-October #Sustaining Peace SIGN UP Courses Find a course Browse by topic My UNSSC mobile app Services Tailor-made learning E-learning solutions Facilitation & retreats Advisory services Campuses Turin Campus Bonn Campus Virtual Campus News & Insights News Blog Resources Social Feeds Newsletter About UNSSC Mission Activities Faculty & speakers Donors Partners History Board of Governors UNSSC Director UNSSC management team Annual report Employment opportunities Commercial opportunities Featured themes Women's Voices for an Equal Future UN Leadership Culture Assessment Tool Building Capacity for Agenda 2030 SD Talks The UN Reflection Series The UN Summer Academy UNSSC Commits to Climate Action through Learning Contact us Intranet Privacy Policy United Nations System Staff College - Viale Maestri del Lavoro 10, 10127 Torino, Italy - Tel: +39 011 65 35 911 Fax: +39 011 65 35 902
Language:English
Score: 476130.13 - https://www.unssc.org/node/238632/
Data Source: un
Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace | UNSSC | United Nations System Staff College Skip to main content toggle menu UN System Staff College Main Menu UNSSC Courses Find a course Browse by topic My UNSSC mobile app Services Tailor-made learning E-learning solutions Facilitation & retreats Advisory services Campuses Turin Campus Bonn Campus Virtual Campus News & Insights News Blog Resources Social Feeds Newsletter About UNSSC Mission Activities Faculty & speakers Donors Partners History Board of Governors UNSSC Director UNSSC management team Annual report Employment opportunities Commercial opportunities Featured themes Women's Voices for an Equal Future UN Leadership Culture Assessment Tool Building Capacity for Agenda 2030 SD Talks The UN Reflection Series The UN Summer Academy UNSSC Commits to Climate Action through Learning Home > Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace Upcoming editions ONLINE 09 Mar - 06 Apr 2022 Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace #Sustaining Peace #UN country programming SIGN UP Entebbe 14 Jun - 16 Jun 2022 Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace #Sustaining Peace #UN country programming SIGN UP ONLINE 28 Sep - 26 Oct 2022 Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace #Sustaining Peace #UN country programming SIGN UP Past editions ONLINE 16 Nov - 11 Dec 2020 Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace #Sustaining Peace SIGN UP ONLINE 03 May - 28 May 2021 Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace - May #Sustaining Peace SIGN UP ONLINE 20 Sep - 22 Oct 2021 Climate Sensitive Programming for Sustaining Peace - September-October #Sustaining Peace SIGN UP Courses Find a course Browse by topic My UNSSC mobile app Services Tailor-made learning E-learning solutions Facilitation & retreats Advisory services Campuses Turin Campus Bonn Campus Virtual Campus News & Insights News Blog Resources Social Feeds Newsletter About UNSSC Mission Activities Faculty & speakers Donors Partners History Board of Governors UNSSC Director UNSSC management team Annual report Employment opportunities Commercial opportunities Featured themes Women's Voices for an Equal Future UN Leadership Culture Assessment Tool Building Capacity for Agenda 2030 SD Talks The UN Reflection Series The UN Summer Academy UNSSC Commits to Climate Action through Learning Contact us Intranet Privacy Policy United Nations System Staff College - Viale Maestri del Lavoro 10, 10127 Torino, Italy - Tel: +39 011 65 35 911 Fax: +39 011 65 35 902
Language:English
Score: 476130.13 - https://www.unssc.org/climate-...-programming-sustaining-peace/
Data Source: un
Slide 1 From Protection to Production: the impact of cash transfer programs on economic activities Benjamin Davis Workshop on the Protection to Production project September 20, 2012 Rome With exception of public works, perception that cash transfer programs do not have economic impacts • Focus explicitly on food security, health and education • Targeted towards ultra poor, bottom 10%, labor constrained, elderly, infirm, children, etc, often seen as welfare, charity, handout Yet cash transfer programs targeted to poorest of the poor can have productive impacts • Most beneficiaries predominately rural, most engaged in agriculture • Missing/poorly functioning markets (credit, insurance, etc) constrain economic decisions • Transfers can relax some of these constraints 5 (+1) ways in which cash transfer programs have productive/economic impacts 1. Improve human capital • Nutritional status • Health status • Educational attainment Typically core objectives of CT programs Underlying rationale for CCTs enhance productivity improve employability 2. (...) The From Protection to Production Project PtoP feeds into better understanding of linkages between social protection and agriculture PtoP aims support program managers and policy-makers Mixed method approach Our activities Partnerships The seven programs Update on country activities Update on country activities Latest on country timelines What do we want to get out of this workshop?
Language:English
Score: 475875.44 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...p2p/workshops/PtoPOverview.pdf
Data Source: un
KCS dispatched CCF-Fund Manager to WCO, and CCF_Korea will be used to operate programs such as internship at WCO, diploma program affiliated with universities, and several capacity building programs for developing countries. b. (...) CBCTC functions for logistics and facilitation of training programs in AP region and plans to enlarge its function to develop its own specialty program. b. (...) KCS’ technical assistance programs a. Programs of 2011 Month Theme Host Term Participants Feb.
Language:English
Score: 475872.56 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/case_studies_e/ta_kor_e.doc
Data Source: un
Maternity programs can be related to sickness or family allowances. (...) Survivors (also called death)     Survivors' programs are usually part of the old-age pension programs. (...) But some unemployment programs may not be related to a previous activity such as unemployment assistance programs.
Language:English
Score: 475871.5 - https://www.ilo.org/sesame/SESHELP.socialsec_branch
Data Source: un
Some suggestions on how to write more safe and secure programs Français   Español   Print Version   Home : ITU-T Home : Study Period 2001-2004 Some suggestions on how to write more safe and secure programs This paper presents a list of suggestions on how to avoid the most common pitfalls that make software less secure or less safe than it should be. (...) It focuses on network application programs, but many of the suggestions are equally valid for other kinds of software. (...) Make generous use of assertions in your code Use restrictive language features extensively Compile with the highest warning level Testing Use system-stress simulation techniques during program testing Use a multiprocessor computer during program testing Ensure that the entire program code is executed during program testing Resources Contact for comment/discussion: Mr.
Language:English
Score: 475871.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2001...com17/safe-programs/index.html
Data Source: un
Countries which join in Year two will only be offered three programs, countries in Year three, two programs and so on. Official in-country launch of the program, and the signing of an official document (Letter of Understanding or similar) between WHO-ITU program senior representative and national Ministries. mONTH 7 National promotion of the mHealth program. (...) The process for engagement typically begins by the program focusing on countries where support for the program has already been expressed by a government minister.
Language:English
Score: 475732.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/I...guide_for_countries-072013.pdf
Data Source: un
Slide 1 Food Security Program Of ETHIOPIA Food Security Program(FSP) • FSP is a special arrangement, which focuses on addressing vulnerability, which exists in different parts of the country. • Records shows that before the past 2- 3 decades in a worst year’s millions of people in the drought prone areas of the country could face food shortage, which are either chronic or transitory in nature. .. • Cognizant of the level of vulnerability in the country the government of Ethiopia, in close collaboration with development partners, has prepared The New Coalition for Food Security in Ethiopia. • Since 2003, the program has been under implementation in 319 chronically food insecure woredas/districts . Core objectives of the Food Security Programme Enabling chronically food insecure people attain food security Significantly improve the food security situation of the transitory food insecure people Component of the FSP • Resettlement program • PSNP:- ( Productive Safety Net program) • HABP :- (Household Asset Building Program) • CCI :- (Complimentary Community Investment Objectives of each of the components • The main objective of the resettlement program is to enable chronically food insecure households attain food security through improved access to land. • The objective of the PSNP is to provide transfers to the food insecure population in chronically food insecure districts in a way that prevents asset depletion at the household level and creates asset at the community level .. • The Household Asset Building Program (HABP) is one of the four components of the Food Security Program, and it contributes to achievement of the FSP’s expected Outcome of “improved food security status of male and female members of food insecure households living in chronically food insecure woredas.” • CCI is an intervention which is designed to create community assets and complement household investment through creating an enabling environment. (...) Non Agricultural Income interventions • As the food insecure households are resource poor, living in drought – prone and degraded areas ,focusing on crop and livestock production alone may not entirely solve the problem of food insecurity • For these areas income diversification through non –agricultural activities is important • To this effect, the food security program conceders complementary income sources in non – farm activities Social Protection Policy of Ethiopia • The social protection policy document has been developed for the country and it is now submitted to the council of Ministers for endorsement. • There are a number of policies, strategies, and programs/action plans that commit the government to look after the welfare of its citizens.
Language:English
Score: 475702.34 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...resentation_at_Accra_Ghana.pdf
Data Source: un