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The program was implemented by the SKOLKOVO Moscow School of Management in the framework of the International Program to Strengthen VET Systems and Labour Markets in the CIS, Asia, and the Middle East. (...) We made the Program as practical as possible. The teams needed to understand the logic of managers of the enterprises that their graduates would work for, design a prototype for an educational program based on this understanding, validate the prototype to ensure that the program is in line with the market, and begin to implement educational programs." (...) Dmitry Ermolenko, Director of the Arkhangelsk Polytechnic College about the results of the program: "The program has become a movement for professional development of team members!
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Score: 483930.13 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/pro...WCMS_751595/lang--en/index.htm
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The six countries in the upper oval have the strongest program scores (>35). The ten countries in the second oval all have program scores above 15 and in the third oval all countries have scores below 15. (...) FP programs can increase mCPR at all levels of female education. (...) Annual change in education and program effects on mCPR, between firts and last survey program effect /yr education effect/yr 7 References 1.
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Score: 483793 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...pert/28/EGM_John_Bongaarts.pdf
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The RVSM Safety Policy Document describes the deliverables of the RVSM Safety Sub-Program together with their role in the overall AFI RVSM Program and in the national safety assurance programs. 2. (...) (ii) The responsibility of management for the safety performance of the RVSM Program is recognised. The RVSM Program Manager is responsible for the overall management of the Program. The RVSM Safety Program Manager is responsible to the RVSM Program Manager for ensuring the compliance of the Program with AFI Safety Policy and appropriate international standards and requirements.
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Score: 483405.76 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Documents/RVSM/safety_policy.pdf
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We are therefore taking all measures possible to protect this vital assistance, including advancing program budget funds. To successfully do so, we have to adjust some other interventions. One of them is our community mental health program. We are determined to alleviate the impact on refugees who rely on our mental health services. (...) These were Agency-wide decisions, taken because we have run out of funding for Emergency Programs in these two fields. I fully recognize the dramatic impact these measures have had on staff members who lost their jobs and others for whom part time arrangements were necessary.
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Score: 483392.97 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2020-UNAT-1028.pdf
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Two prominent FAA programs are the Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP) and the Flight Operational Quality Assurance (FOQA) program. (...) As these protections are program specific, the applicable provisions will vary by program. 2. (...) No airline is required to have a FOQA program, nor to obtain FAA approval of its program.
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Score: 483276.66 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...%2035th%20Session/wp092_en.pdf
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A global analysis of food programs in 14 countries found that the strongest and most sustainable programs are those that respond to a community need, are locally-owned and incorporate some form of parental or community involvement. (...) In Mali, school feeding programs have put schools at the heart of local development by promoting locally-owned meal programs. (...) The program promotes locally-owned school feeding programs, benefitting communities through community organizations, providing training, and supporting smallholder famers.
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Score: 483089.16 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...uccess-school-feeding-programs
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With that in mind, I will discuss four points surrounding our access programs: * first, our commitment to providing patient access to our drugs -- regardless of ability to pay * next, the four "pillars" that have to be present for programs to work * third, some misconceptions that surround donation programs, and * finally, where our company is headed. (...) In South Africa, our Diflucan Partnership Program is our latest example of what I believe will be a successful program. (...) And that's not to mention the time and attention and other costs dedicated to these programs by Pfizer management. 7 Finally, some say donation programs are unsustainable.
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Score: 483008.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...esentations_e/22hardwick_e.pdf
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With that in mind, I will discuss four points surrounding our access programs: * first, our commitment to providing patient access to our drugs -- regardless of ability to pay * next, the four "pillars" that have to be present for programs to work * third, some misconceptions that surround donation programs, and * finally, where our company is headed. (...) In South Africa, our Diflucan Partnership Program is our latest example of what I believe will be a successful program. (...) And that's not to mention the time and attention and other costs dedicated to these programs by Pfizer management. Finally, some say donation programs are unsustainable.
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Score: 483008.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...esentations_e/22hardwick_e.doc
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As several programs included multiple treatment arms, each representing a unique program design, we used study arm as the unit of analysis and assessed the proportion of study arms with positive or negative program impacts on diet and nutrition outcomes among men, women and children. (...) Very few studies assessed program impact on women’s nutritional status outcomes. (...) Lastly, a few study arms assessed program impact on increasing Hb with some evidence of positive impacts in in-kind and school feeding programs.
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Score: 482816 - https://www.fao.org/social-pro...resources-detail/ar/c/1445962/
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As several programs included multiple treatment arms, each representing a unique program design, we used study arm as the unit of analysis and assessed the proportion of study arms with positive or negative program impacts on diet and nutrition outcomes among men, women and children. (...) Very few studies assessed program impact on women’s nutritional status outcomes. (...) Lastly, a few study arms assessed program impact on increasing Hb with some evidence of positive impacts in in-kind and school feeding programs.
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Score: 482816 - https://www.fao.org/social-pro...resources-detail/ru/c/1445962/
Data Source: un