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The aim of the Supplement is to indicate modifications in the World Program to adapt it to the conditions and needs prevailing in the Asia and [...] 1970 World Census of Agriculture  Regional program for the Near East The Regional Program for the Near East consist of two parts: World Program and Near East Supplement to the World Program. (...) Within the framework of this Program regional census programs have been prepared. The regional Program for Africa consist of two parts: World Program and African Supplement to the World Program. 1970 World Census of Agriculture  Regional program for America The regional program for America consist of two parts: World Program and American Supplement to the World Program.
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Score: 518471.88 - https://www.fao.org/world-cens...iculture/wcarounds/archive/en/
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The Business Case will specify either a change to the design or methodology of an existing Statistical Program, which will result in a new Statistical Program Design; or a change to one or more existing Statistical Programs (for example, to add an additional objective to the Statistical Program); or result in a new Statistical Program being created. A Statistical Program could take as inputs other Statistical Programs’ outputs, e.g. national accounts. (...) These programs correspond to the overarching processes in the GSBPM, and Corporate Support in GAMSO, as well as programs to create new or change existing Statistical Programs which are covered by GSBPM phase 1-3.
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Score: 518403.56 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...20discussion%20topic%201_0.pdf
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Program participants themselves—before participating in the program. (...) Before and after data for program participants. Simple Difference of Means Measure difference between program participants and non-participants after the program is completed. Individuals who didn’t participate in the program (for any reason), but for whom data were collected after the program.
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Score: 518347.9 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_418986.pdf
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Program participants themselves—before participating in the program. (...) Before and after data for program participants. Simple Difference of Means Measure difference between program participants and non-participants after the program is completed. Individuals who didn’t participate in the program (for any reason), but for whom data were collected after the program.
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Score: 518347.9 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_418986.pdf
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These sub-categories may not reflect the full variety of services linked to national ID programs, and for certain programs we were not able to identify much information on linkages. (...) However, this approach provides us with a rough estimation of how well a national ID program is integrated with different services. As shown in Table 8, national ID programs in South Asia have the highest mean number of linkages to different functions, with 6.2 types of services on average linked to the five programs in the region. (...) The three countries with ID programs that launched prior to 1995 – Kenya, Peru, and Zambia – ID programs have all evolved since their inception: each currently incorporates an electronic component and biometric information.
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Score: 518347.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page107.html
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Slide 1 International Training Program 2014 Consumer Protection Kathleen Silleri, Executive Manager, Content & Consumer Branch ACMA-ITU International Training Program 2014 Presentation Overview > Co-Regulatory Context > Broadcasting Consumer Protections > Telecommunications Consumer Protections ACMA-ITU International Training Program 2014 / Minister for Communications Consumers / Citizens Policy advice Department of Communications Regulator Australian Communications & Media Authority (ACMA) Operators •Broadcasters •Telecommunications Service Providers Key: Regulation Accountability Industry bodies with co-regulatory functions Industry bodies with self- regulatory functions ACMA-ITU International Training Program 2014 Regulatory Framework > Industry initiatives (self-regulation): > Developed by industry and regulated by industry – such as guidelines > Industry codes of practice (co-regulation): > Developed by broadcasting and telecommunications industry > Registered by the ACMA > Standards(direct government regulation): • Developed by the ACMA > Licence conditions (direct government regulation): > Made by the Australian Parliament and/or developed by the ACMA ACMA-ITU International Training Program 2014 Forms of Regulation Legislation Direct Regulation – Standards, Licence conditions Co-Regulation – Registered Codes Self Regulation - Guidelines ACMA-ITU International Training Program 2014 Optimal conditions for self-regulation Environmental conditions Then Now Market structure x x Competitive market/ barriers to entry x x Products homogeneous x x Common industry interest x ? (...) ACMA-ITU International Training Program 2014 CONSUMER PROTECTIONS Broadcasting ACMA-ITU International Training Program 2014 Overview > Codes > Standards > Licence Conditions > Complaints > Investigations > Enforcement ACMA-ITU International Training Program 2014 Industry Codes of Practice (co-regulation) > A key tool for content regulation > Industry’s role > ACMA’s role > Currently 9 broadcasting codes > National broadcasters (ABC/SBS) notify their codes to ACMA > Complaints under codes of practice ACMA-ITU International Training Program 2014 Code registration > The ACMA registers a code if:  it provides community safeguards  it has been endorsed by a majority of broadcasters  industry and public have been given opportunity to comment > Topics covered by codes of practice > Broadcasters’ obligations under codes of practice ACMA-ITU International Training Program 2014 Standards (direct government regulation) > Determined by Parliament > Example - Children’s Television Standards & Australian Content Standard or > Imposed by ACMA > Example - Broadcasting Services (Commercial Radio Current Affairs Disclosure) Standard 2012 ACMA-ITU International Training Program 2014 Content Standards Commercial television standards > Australian Content Standard > Australian Content in Advertising Standard > Children’s Television Standard Commercial radio standards > Disclosure Standard ACMA-ITU International Training Program 2014 Australian Content Standards Requirement to broadcast certain amounts of Australian content > First release Australian drama > Australian documentaries ACMA-ITU International Training Program 2014 Children’s Television Standards > Advertising restrictions during children’s and preschool programming > Requirement to broadcast certain amounts of children’s and preschool programming ACMA-ITU International Training Program 2014 Licence conditions (direct government regulation) > Legislated licence conditions > Additional licence conditions may be imposed by the ACMA in certain circumstances (e.g. (...) Interagency Liaison Impact of the NBN Additional supporting activities Research program Measuring change Observations 2017 Code review
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Score: 518177 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...s/Ms.%20Kathleen%20Silleri.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: 518035.9 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...shops-parents-program-bulgaria
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The implementation status of these programs is often related to the years when the programs were initiated. (...) Figure 4 illustrates national ID programs’ stage of implementation by region. All regions have programs that 4 are operational and in use, and the majority of the programs we review are located in Sub-Saharan Africa. The three planned programs are split among South Asia, South East Asia, and Sub-Saharan Africa, but all three programs that are in the active enrollment stage are located in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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Score: 518035.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...m/files/basic-html/page64.html
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Narrative Reports | The European Commission for the Control of Foot-and-Mouth Disease (EuFMD) | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english The European Commission for the Control of Foot-and-Mouth Disease (EuFMD) Who we are Global situation What we do Training Meetings and Events Resources Network Knowledge Bank Manuals and Guidelines Leaflets and Posters Podcasts Reports Quarterly Reports General Session Executive Committee Research Group Narrative Reports Regional FMD Roadmaps World Reference Laboratory for FMD Regional Workshops Dashboards Narrative Reports The Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD Program, or 'Narrative report' outlines the Commission's activities at regular intervals. (...) Year Report 2022 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD Program October 2021 - March 2022 2021 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD Program April-September 2021 2021 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD Program October 2020 - March 2021  2020 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD Program April-September 2020 2020 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD Program October 2019 - March 2020 2019 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD Program Final Report, 2015 - 2019 2019 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD Program Overview Program, 2017 - 2019 2019 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD Program April 2019 - September 2019 2018 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD Program October 2018 - March 2019 2018 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD April 2018 - September 2018 2018 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD October 2017 - March 2018 2017 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD April 2017 - September 2017 2017 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD October 2016 - March 2017 2016 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD March 2016 - September 2016 2016 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD October 2015 - February 2016 2015 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD Program October 2013 - February 2015 2013 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD Program April - September 2013 2013 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD Program September 2011-April 2013 2012 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD Program April-September 2012 2012 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD Program October 2011-March 2012 2011 Report on the EC Funded Activities in the EuFMD Program September 2009- September 2011 Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                             Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 517887.3 - https://www.fao.org/eufmd/reso...s/reports/narrativereports/en/
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Such supplementary digital service are, in particular, the following: digital teletext, electronic program guide, video services provided on demand or nearly on demand from the supply compiled by the program provider, and personal program recording service provided to a third party; 24. (...) Program provision: program provision as specified in Article 2 (30) of the Media Act, but excluding the operation of an information channel; 32. Program provider: the party providing the service specified in point 31; 33.
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Score: 517607.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...20on%20Rules%20of%20TV_DSO.pdf
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