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This requirement shall be viewed as an obligatory responsibility of the system owner to ensure proper protection the system and underlying information assets, by ICTD or service provider. 2. (...) General Security Requirements - UNICEF shall reserve the right to audit the security, quality and accurateness of outsourced software development and operational maintenance of the system/application, through proper security assurance testing, and/or external security assessment. - Solution / Service shall be located in an internal / private network with proper firewalling to protect it from “external / public” traffic. - System (host) shall have proper end-point protection. 3.2. (...) Continuity and monitoring Management - Systems/application, as well as underlying services and or networks, shall have the proper controls to meet UNICEF system classification.
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Score: 978013.7 - https://www.unicef.org/jordan/media/9461/file/RFP
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Gagik Makaryan, Executive Director of the Republican Union of Employers of Armenia, underlined that strengthening existing social partnerships in the VET sector is one of the measures aimed at the promotion of proper governance in Skills Development in Armenia. (...) Artak Aghbalyan, Head of VET department of the MoES stressed the importance of certification of vocational occupations to assure proper quality of the existing workforce. Marine Hakobyan, Director of Armenian Training Foundation, attached great importance to the role of the existing institutions involved in Governance of Skills Development in Armenia and called all the concerned parties for mutually beneficiary collaboration instead of existing fragmented short-term interventions and lack of cooperation at all levels. (...) During the last sessions of the Workshop devoted to the identification of the main impediments for the proper Governance of Skills Development in Armenia as well as provision with the possible solutions to overcome the existing challenges the Workshop participants came with the list of obstacles and ways out to address the existing problems pointing out national, regional and sectoral levels of Governance of Skills Development in Armenia.
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Score: 966607.6 - https://www.ilo.org/skills/pro...WCMS_636563/lang--en/index.htm
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Gagik Makaryan, Executive Director of the Republican Union of Employers of Armenia, underlined that strengthening existing social partnerships in the VET sector is one of the measures aimed at the promotion of proper governance in Skills Development in Armenia. (...) Artak Aghbalyan, Head of VET department of the MoES stressed the importance of certification of vocational occupations to assure proper quality of the existing workforce. Marine Hakobyan, Director of Armenian Training Foundation, attached great importance to the role of the existing institutions involved in Governance of Skills Development in Armenia and called all the concerned parties for mutually beneficiary collaboration instead of existing fragmented short-term interventions and lack of cooperation at all levels. (...) During the last sessions of the Workshop devoted to the identification of the main impediments for the proper Governance of Skills Development in Armenia as well as provision with the possible solutions to overcome the existing challenges the Workshop participants came with the list of obstacles and ways out to address the existing problems pointing out national, regional and sectoral levels of Governance of Skills Development in Armenia.
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Score: 966607.6 - https://www.ilo.org/skills/pro...WCMS_636563/lang--ru/index.htm
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Furthermore, they have to: establish an e-waste collection system that is easily accessible to citizens; ensure the proper management of the devices at all stages (collection, transportation, storage, treatment, utilization and/or recovery and/or final disposal); and bear the costs of selective collection and environmental waste management. (...) It is also essential that users do not discard e-waste along with other household or business waste; they should instead opt to use established collection centres or places where proper treatment is applied. Waste management entities: These are the entities responsible for the management of e-waste throughout the entire chain of management and disposal. (...) They should also meet the technical, environmental and quality standards established for proper e-waste management. Furthermore, they should ensure proper management procedures to maintain the original product’s quality standards.
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Score: 963837 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...t/files/basic-html/page35.html
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Furthermore, they have to: establish an e-waste collection system that is easily accessible to citizens; ensure the proper management of the devices at all stages (collection, transportation, storage, treatment, utilization and/or recovery and/or final disposal); and bear the costs of selective collection and environmental waste management. (...) It is also essential that users do not discard e-waste along with other household or business waste; they should instead opt to use established collection centres or places where proper treatment is applied. Waste management entities: These are the entities responsible for the management of e-waste throughout the entire chain of management and disposal. (...) They should also meet the technical, environmental and quality standards established for proper e-waste management. Furthermore, they should ensure proper management procedures to maintain the original product’s quality standards.
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Score: 963837 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...t/files/basic-html/page35.html
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Western Pacific Philippines Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Seconds Save Lives – Clean your hands Seconds Save Lives – Clean your hands 5 May 2021 Statement   5 May 2021 Today is World Hand Hygiene Day 2021 – a day to remind us all of the importance of proper hand hygiene on an individual level and in healthcare settings. (...) “Sometimes simple activities, such as proper handwashing, are among the most important tools in keeping people safe from disease,” said Dr Rabindra Abeyasinghe, WHO Representative to the Philippines. “Proper handwashing protects healthcare workers and patients in care settings.
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Score: 962718 - https://www.who.int/philippine...ds-save-lives-clean-your-hands
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In order to achieve the aspirational goal of combating impunity, it is, first and foremost, essential that States agree upon a proper definition of universal jurisdiction and a shared understanding of the scope and manner of its application. (...) We believe that only after the completion of the work on these related issues by the ILC -- as well as the thorough study of the scope and application of universal jurisdiction by States -- would it be proper to revisit the question of the appropriateness of the ILC taking up universal jurisdiction. (...) As the ILC relies upon unclassified, open source, publicly available material only, this risks limiting a full, proper and nuanced understanding of actual state practice on the issue of universal jurisdiction, painting a misleading and distorted picture that cannot, and should not, serve as the basis for a proper legal analysis.
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Score: 956795.7 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...versal_jurisdiction/israel.pdf
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Yet the issue of access to clean water and proper sanitation, despite being widely reported among mainstream media channels during times of water or humanitarian crisis, is seldom being reported or analyzed from a human rights lens. (...) The Philippine’s Water Code of 1976 may be in existence, but its tenets only cover the proper rationing of water resources, and not the provision of clean water and proper sanitation per se. (...) Fair competition ensures proper and just evaluation of each proponent’s project proposals in accordance to the human rights charter, feasibility of the budget plan, and profile of the originator.
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Score: 953248.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de.../Documents/Issues/Water/11.pdf
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Internal Audit and Investigations Group IAIG Activity Report for 2016 Annex 6 Key areas for improvement identified in audit reports Key areas for improvement identified in IAIG internal audit reports in 2016 include: a) Finance, with recommendations made concerning: authorization of project expenditure; management of operational advances and cash suppliers; compliance with the receipting process; implementing controls to prevent, detect and mitigate fraud in the ERP system; segregation of duties; and governance, control, risk management and reporting of the treasury function in UNOPS; b) Procurement, with recommendations made concerning: compliance with delegation of authority requirements; standardization of the background checking procedure for suppliers; monitoring for red flags of collusion and corruption in the procurement process; contract management; segregation of duties; duplicated suppliers in the ERP system; and verification and validation of suppliers data; c) Human resources, with recommendations made concerning: review of office organizational structure; guidance on transfers of offices; reconciliation of data of all personnel migrated to the new ERP system; procedures for handling changes to payroll data; integration between the recruitment system and ERP system; guidance on hiring personnel of retirement age; and monitoring for red flags of contracts being issued to retirees or pension recipients; d) Project management, with recommendations made concerning: formal authorization for budget reallocations; consistent integration of risk management in all projects; discrepancies between scope of works and actual works completed; timely closure of projects; and adherence to UNOPS environmental management and health and safety policies; e) Information technology, with recommendations made concerning: implementation of an entity-wide change management process; implementation of segregation of duties matrix; review of access rights; and periodic performance of a fraud risk assessment on the ERP system; f) General administration, with recommendations made concerning: proper asset management; proper fuel and fleet management; inventory and records of assets; and guidance on the treatment of small value assets; g) Partnerships, with recommendations made concerning: portfolio diversification planning; business acquisition strategic planning; and policies and procedures concerning hosting arrangements and trust funds; and h) Security, with recommendations made concerning: business continuity and disaster recovery plans; and attendance at security management team meetings. Key areas for improvement identified in IAIG project audit reports in 2016 include: a) Project/grant management, with recommendations made concerning: compliance with reporting requirements; the adequacy of project oversight by project steering committees; the existence of effective risk management strategies; the need for clear reporting structures; the declaring of conflict of interest; and the publicizing of grant opportunities; b) Finance and enterprise resource planning processes, with recommendations made concerning: getting refunds of VAT from local governments; maintenance of supporting documents with regards to expenditures; reporting to stakeholders and payments made outside of contract periods; c) Procurement, with recommendations made concerning: compliance with procurement procedures; the application of procurement procedures; and procurement planning; d) Human resources, with recommendations made on management continuity; e) General administration (asset management), with recommendations made on the reporting of non-expendable property; and f) General administration (information management), with recommendations made concerning the maintenance of documentation.
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Score: 944764.3 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f.../DPOPS2017-3_%20Annex%206.docx
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• What parameters should the governments and the private sector take into consideration to boost the quality of safe water and proper sanitation in rural and urban communities? • What policies should be promoted or introduced to increase access to safe water and proper sanitation in rural and urban communities? (...) • What aspect of the present policy, where in place, has been hampering access to safe water and proper sanitation in rural and urban communities?
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Score: 753487.9 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...s/en/2018doc/YF-SDG-6-2018.pdf
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