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Advanced Masters Program in Aviation Safety Management (ASM) You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) Program Learning Objectives   Upon completion of the program, graduates will have gained a broad knowledge of the current situation, challenges and perspectives of Aviation Safety worldwide. (...) Overall, the duration of the program is 18 months.   Program capacity   The program can accommodate 15 to 24 students.
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Score: 507479.6 - https://www.icao.int/training/...ion-Safety-Management-ASM.aspx
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The Senior Technical Advisor will provide day-to-day leadership, guidance, and management of technical matters related to newborn health programming and policy, including program-based and applied research. (...) Assist the Senior Advisor for Monitoring and Evaluation and other SNL staff to design and carry out annual program reviews and synthesize the findings for application and programming. (...) Experience in technical leadership for advocacy and using results to inform programming. Management of global and field based program and research activities.
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Score: 507452.25 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/about/stc_senor_tech_adviser.pdf
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Description The 146 page CHW Program Assessment and Improvement Matrix (CHW AIM) tool examines 15 programmatic components that CHW programs should consider as important to successfully supporting CHWs. (...) The instrument can be applied in a stakeholder meeting to assess the current status of a specific program and determine if the program as a whole is functional. Health workers within that program are then considered to be functional. The tool also provides an action planning and resources guide to assist program managers in strengthening their community health worker programs.
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Score: 507402.05 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...iance/knowledge/toolkit/54/en/
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The prevention and control of zinc and vitamin D deficiency should be taken into consideration, with support programs and regular monitoring plans. Realizing the significance of the program, at the launching ceremony of the NAP on “Zero Hunger” in Vietnam on 14th October 2015, the Prime Minister committed with the UN to participate in and implement effectively this program in Vietnam, formulate and implement “Zero Hunger” Program in Vietnam with following content: I. (...) Implementation measures a) Promote the communication to help people, authorities at different levels and all the society understand that it is a program for sustainable poverty reduction; b) Enhance the training on methods, especially for the households involved in the program implementation, to organize effective implementation of the program. c) Funding for implementation - The State budget will be annually arranged to implement the program in accordance with the Law on State Budget and guiding documents related. - The funding integrated in the NTP on sustainable poverty reduction during 2016 - 2020, other NTPs, programs and projects; - Contribution from domestic and foreign organizations and individuals for the program implementation; - Other legal sources. (...) IMPLEMENTATION PROGRESS - Formulate legal framework for program activities in 2018; - Develop pilot models, evaluate and document the models in 3 regions: North-west, South Central Coast, and the Mekong Delta in 2018; - Scale up the pilot models in the program provinces from 2019; - Evaluate and wrap up the pilots for scale-up purpose in the program provinces from 2020; - Wrap up the program in 2025./.
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Score: 507293.26 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...Hunger/Decision_VietNam_ZH.pdf
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This Office will manage the RVSM Program and dedicated staff with the required expertise was appointed for this purpose. The Program Office will act as the AFI RVSM Implementation focal point and provide guidance to National Program Managers, who will in-turn report to the Program Office. The Program Office will develop a detailed Program Management Plan, which will provide a baseline and communication tool against which to monitor the cost, schedule and performance aspects of the RVSM Program.
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Score: 507253.1 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Pages/rsvm-programme.aspx
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““Signaling effectSignaling effect””: IMF program = : IMF program = access to assistanceaccess to assistance 2. (...) Advising countries on macroeconomic policy: IMF programs macroeconomic policy: IMF programs help determine national economic help determine national economic policiespolicies Program negotiations are Program negotiations are ““transparencytransparency--challengedchallenged”” Rules of IMF ProgramsRules of IMF Programs NeoNeo--liberal economic modelliberal economic model Goals:Goals: •• Small deficitsSmall deficits •• Low inflation (5Low inflation (5--7%)7%) Priority on macroeconomic stabilityPriority on macroeconomic stability Less emphasis on public investments Less emphasis on public investments for human needsfor human needs Sees limited role for governments vs. (...) Demand greater stakeholder involvement in Demand greater stakeholder involvement in IMF program negotiationsIMF program negotiations 4.4.
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Score: 507189.3 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...sen_Results_Education_Fund.pdf
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Overview of the main social protection programs in BARMM 31 Table 5. Overview of disaster response programs in BARMM 39 Table 6. (...) Poverty reduction effects of different shock responsive program options, 2040 44 Figure 11. Poverty rate reduction effects of programs across years 45 Figure 12. (...) Scale up existing regional social welfare programs: Considering the uncertainties regarding the sustainability of financing for the national flagship programs in BARMM, it is recommended to scale up existing regional social welfare programs to meet the needs of vulnerable and poor populations and ultimately create regional flagship programs.
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Score: 507139.75 - https://www.unicef.org/philipp...uslim%20Mindanao%20(BARMM).pdf
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(Microsoft Word - Key factors for sustainable school milk programs in develo\205) Key factors for sustainable school milk programs in developing countries. (...) Agricultural and Food Engineering Technologies Service FAO When one talks about school feeding programs, it is often thought that they are the same as nutrition education programs, general education programs, just school garden programs, or even a common catering or food service as found in public or institutional cafeterias. (...) The simple fact is that school children simply trust in what the program is offering them. Therefore, both the service as the food products, and the whole program, must be of the highest quality.
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Score: 507093.46 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ms_in_developing_countries.pdf
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The identity programs reviewed are mainly government-issued national IDs. However, other types of national identity programs with links to various services including voter cards, passports, and two programs targeting the poor and the banking population were also reviewed. (...) The implementation challenges around accountability, privacy, data management, enrollment, coverage, cost, and harmonization of identity programs were also reviewed. Finally, the functional applications of national identity programs, reporting how these programs are linked with services in finance, health, agriculture, elections, and other areas, and analyzing whether particular identity program characteristics are associated with functional applications are discussed in the report.
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Score: 507093.46 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...m/files/basic-html/page48.html
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This will strengthen demand for the use of the system and encourage registration” (p. 6). In the programs we review, donor agencies include the United Nationals Development Program (UNDP), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and the Asian Development Bank (ADB). (...) Other funding sources for the programs we review include private firms and public-private partnerships (PPP). (...) Though most technology costs are generally falling, we find evidence of challenges relating to program costs for eight national identity programs.
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Score: 506930.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...m/files/basic-html/page86.html
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