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Program budget: Item Quantity Cost in U.S$ 1. Personal 2. (...) Operation Describe the method of operation: Training Mentoring Services Mark areas of intervention of the Program: Loan funds Job searching Location Does the program require legislation change? (...) Project details Did the program start? If yes when? Are their similar programs in your country?
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Score: 516161.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...s/cuoa.2002.tos.Project.pf.pdf
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Prepared with expert support and in tandem with the needs of the mothers benefiting from the home-based education program, the father education program was developed to ensure a gender-sensitive approach and promote the inclusion of fathers to support their young children’s development in the program. (...) With the addition of the father education program, the ongoing home-based education program became more holistic serving both parents, mothers and fathers, and their children. UNICEF/Turkey/Onat The father education program is conducted simultaneously with the home-based education program for mothers.
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Score: 516091.3 - https://www.unicef.org/turkiye...ough-early-childhood-education
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Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting and Digital Dividend 21-23 March 2016, Bucharest Spectrum Management and Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting Analogue Switch-Off strategies, experiences, and network implementation Vanya Staneva Communications Regulation Commission 2 COMMUNICATIOS REGULATION CCOMMISSION Regional Radiocommunication Conference RRC 06 Blagoevgrad Vidin Pleven Ruse Shumen Varna Varna-City Burgas Strandja Stara Zagora Plovdiv Sofia Sofia-City Smolian Kurdjali 3 COMMUNICATIOS REGULATION CCOMMISSION The transition in Bulgaria Legislation:  Law On Electronic Communications  Radio and Television Act  Plan for the introduction of digital terrestrial television broadcasting (DVB-T) in the Republic of Bulgaria (Plan 2008, Plan 2012) 4 COMMUNICATIOS REGULATION CCOMMISSION Undertakers in Bulgaria  NURTS BULGARIA – network for the territory of Sofia  NURTS DIGITAL – two networks with national coverage for broadcasting commercial programs, in accordance with the first phase of Plan 2008  FIRST DIGITAL - network with national coverage for broadcasting public programs, in accordance with the first phase of Plan 2008  HD MEDIA SERVICES - three networks with national coverage for broadcasting commercial programs, in accordance with the second phase of Plan 2008  BULSATCOM- network with national coverage for broadcasting commercial programs, in accordance with the second phase of Plan 2012 101001010100110100 Licenses for digital terrestrial television: 5 COMMUNICATIOS REGULATION CCOMMISSION Technical parameters of the networks  System & modulation - DVB-T, MPEG-4  Mode – 8к  Guard interval – 1/4  Code rate – 2/3; 3/4  Modulation – 64 QAM  Capacity – 19,91 Mbit/s; 22,39 Mbit/s  Minimum field strength:  For urban territories, above 30000 inhabitants – 85 dBµV/m  All other territory of the country – 56 dBµV/m  Polarization – vertical 6 COMMUNICATIOS REGULATION CCOMMISSION Must Carry Obligations First phase:  bTV Media Group, Central European Media Enterprises – program “bTV”  NOVA BROАDCASTING GROUP AD, MTG – program “Nova TV”  bTV Media Group – program “bTV Action”  TV 7 – program “TV 7”  Bulgaria On Air – program “Bulgaria On Air”  DARIK RADIO – program “DRT”  BBT – program “News 7”  Two more programs of bTV Media Group and NOVA BROАDCASTING GROUP AD  Up to 4 programs of Bulgarian National TV and up to 4 programs of Bulgarian National Radio in the network with national coverage for broadcasting public programs Second phase:  Three licensed Bulgarian tv programs defined by the Council of electronic media  Three more programs of each of the operators - bTV Media Group and NOVA BROАDCASTING GROUP AD 7 COMMUNICATIOS REGULATION CCOMMISSION Technical:  Scared resource:  the use of frequencies for analog broadcasting – new allocation needed  a big part of frequency spectrum for TV broadcasting is used for the needs of national security  Simulcast of analogue and digital transmitters in the country and neighboring countries Financial:  Funding for the release of radio resources employed for the needs of national security Challenges (1) 8 COMMUNICATIOS REGULATION CCOMMISSION Social and cultural aspects :  Creating a focal point for the transition from analogue terrestrial to digital terrestrial television broadcasting  Organize and launch an information campaign  Helping low-income households.  Availability and accessibility (affordability) of end user equipment  Availability of content Challenges (2) 9 COMMUNICATIOS REGULATION CCOMMISSION State Commitment  In 2011, a new date for ASO was defined in Law On Electronic Communications – 1st of September 2013  Government's budget for 2012 set aside BGN 17.5 million (€8.94 million) for the DTT help scheme and information campaign.  The Council of Ministers has adopted a new Plan for the introduction of digital terrestrial television broadcasting (DVB-T) in the Republic of Bulgaria (Plan 2012) 10 COMMUNICATIOS REGULATION CCOMMISSION Following actions (1)  Create digital TV Authority, including all representatives of the government, regulators and stakeholders  Reassignment of spectrum for broadcasting analog transmitters in order to practice the transition from analogue to digital terrestrial television broadcasting and ensuring interoperability of analog and digital TV transmitters in the simulcast period  Monitor compliance with the milestones and deadlines for deploying networks for terrestrial digital broadcasting  Launch large-scale, comprehensive and effective information campaign among the population about the upcoming changes and end date to stop analogue terrestrial television broadcasting 11 COMMUNICATIOS REGULATION CCOMMISSION Following actions (2)  Subsidize the cost of DTT receivers for low- income households.  Starting the simulcast period at 1st of march 2013. The simulcast lasted 7months.  Part of media service providers, required distribution provided programs of digital terrestrial television broadcasting undertakings 12 COMMUNICATIOS REGULATION CCOMMISSION Consequences and Results  Persistent trend for constant drop of number of viewers of digital terrestrial television.  The number of digital TV programs broadcasted on the national multiplexes decreased by 5.  Second Digital Dividend and implementation of the band 470-694 MHz for the broadcasting services - SEDDIF. 21-23 March 2016, Bucharest Spectrum Management and Transition to Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting THANK YOU !
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Score: 516085.25 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...anya%20Staneva_Session%202.pdf
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Coordinate and monitor the implementation of the program across different partners, identify and timely address any issues that may affect program quality and expected results. (...) Organise 3-day trainings (up to 2 trainings) for new group facilitators on the program in accordance with an approved training program. Trainers and the program will be provided by UNICEF; Prepare short reports on program implementation as agreed with UNICEF, including statistical data on the number and profile of parents who participated in the program and analysis of results and challenges.
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Score: 516085.25 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...%D0%B8%D1%82%D0%B5%D0%BB%D0%B8
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PowerPoint Presentation June 2022 COVAX no-fault compensation program for AMC eligible economies (the “Program”) Extension of the Program’s Delivery Date 2 Purpose and Objectives of the Program ▪ Provide fair no-fault lump-sum compensation in full and final settlement of any claims to individuals who suffer SAE resulting in permanent impairment or death associated with a COVID-19 vaccine earmarked for delivery* through the COVAX Facility for use in any Gavi AMC eligible economy (AMC 92) until 30 June 2022 (proposed extension until to 30 June 2023), or the administration of such a vaccine (e.g., Programmatic errors) o “Earmarked for delivery” means a purchase order is accepted or a donation agreement is in place ▪ Inspire a high level of trust: the Program is managed by an independent claims' administrator with over 30 years’ relevant experience with representation in all AMC92 ▪ Be equitable, robust, fast and transparent: The Program is based on detailed publicly available Protocol and forms, allows applicants ample time to submit the required documents, and provides a fair level of compensation 3 Extension of the Delivery Date to 30 June 2023 ▪ The COVAX Conveners have, in principle, agreed to extend the Program’s earmarking for delivery deadline (the “Delivery Date”) from 30 June 2022 to 30 June 2023. Such extension does not change the Program’s per Vaccine scope of coverage end point (SCE) or the Program’s originally foreseen end-date of 30 June 2027; ▪ Agreement to extend the Delivery Date has been reached with the Program’s insurers and administrator on this basis; ▪ The COVAX Conveners are currently in the process of negotiating and finalizing the various documentation needed to implement the extension of the Program’s Delivery Date. Illustrative Diagram of the Program’s extended Delivery Date 3-year extended reporting period Maximum period in which eligible SAEs can be reported for coverage under the Program 1.
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Score: 515931.74 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...-covax-nfc-rafael-la-rotta.pdf
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Country Context 12 The Country Background 12 Health and Health System Overview 12 Roma Health 13 1.2. Program Description 15 Program Background and Key Information 15 Program Theory of Change 17 1.3. (...) Sustainability: The program contributed to improvement in allocation and use of resourc- es in the RHM program. (...) IN TR O D U C TIO N Program Theory of Change No proper theory of change was developed for the RHM program, before or during the program implementation.
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Score: 515804.83 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...6/file/RHMEvaluationReport.pdf
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Key goal of the program – to train VET management teams to design and implement new educational programs in line with regional economic development goals. (...) The launch of the program took place in April in the Siberian Federal University. (...) Until the end of 2020, the program will be implemented in the Arkhangelsk and Primorskiy regions.
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Score: 515790.14 - www.ilo.org/moscow/proj...WCMS_713963/lang--en/index.htm
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Key goal of the program – to train VET management teams to design and implement new educational programs in line with regional economic development goals. (...) The launch of the program took place in April in the Siberian Federal University. (...) Until the end of 2020, the program will be implemented in the Arkhangelsk and Primorskiy regions.
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Score: 515790.14 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/pro...WCMS_713963/lang--en/index.htm
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In many cases IDs verify beneficiary identity for program officials delivering services or goods. If an ID has an identifiable function for social transfer programs beyond KYC, it is categorized into the type of program to which it is linked, including cash transfers, relief, and welfare. (...) However, Figure 9 further illustrates the extent to which social transfers and ID programs are tied together. Key Findings • Four programs track services and treatment using national identifications registries. India and Pakistan track immunizations, and Thailand and Uganda’s national ID’s facilitate patient management and tracking at hospitals. • Four ID programs assist with verification of eligibility/coverage/benefits (Cambodia, India, Thailand, Uganda). • 38 percent of the registries that underpin ID programs begin enrolling children at birth. 5.2 Health Twelve ID programs are linked to health functions.
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Score: 515448.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...m/files/basic-html/page99.html
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The United States is pleased to participate on the Advisory Committee on this United Nations Program of Assistance, which made significant and important progress in achieving more sustainable funding for the program last year. As noted in the Secretary-General's report, more than $2 million was included in the regular budget for Program of Assistance activities in the 2016-2017 biennium for the International Law Fellowship Program, the Regional Courses in International Law, and the Audiovisual Library of International Law. (...) We believe it is important that this very excellent Program thrives for years to come. Thank you, Mr.
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Score: 515448.6 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth/71/pdfs/statements/poa/us.pdf
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