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Champions Network FAQs | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Türkçe Українська Food Systems Summit 2021 Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home About » The Summit The Hub Leadership Vision and Principles Contributors Champions Network Action Tracks Levers of Change SDGs Frequently Asked Questions The Hub Events » The Summit Pre-Summit Upcoming Events Past Events News » News Commentary Podcast: Laying Down Tracks Take Action » Get Involved Good Food For All The Science Summit Dialogues Press » Pressroom Press Releases Statements Videos Documents and Reports Portrait of a traditional tea picker. (...) To fill the Champions roles, the Summit’s leadership – including the Secretariat, Scientific group, Advisory group and Action Track leaders – sought out individuals with a proven record of advancing food systems transformation and thought leadership to constitute the first set of Champions.
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Score: 1072894.7 - https://www.un.org/en/node/102860
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The UNECE policy recommendations, implementation guidelines and standard provide traceability and transparency solutions for tracking any garment or item of footwear from raw components to point of purchase. (...) Use the UNECE Recommendation 46 and implemen- tation Guidelines to develop policy to track and trace standards in the garment and footwear sector. (...) Use the UNECE tools to track and trace your good, formu- late robust sustainability claims then pledge your commitment to implement them by joining The Sustainability Pledge.
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Score: 1072071.1 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...stainabilityPledge-Leaflet.pdf
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At the WSIS Forum 2016, moderated High-Level Policy Sessions of the High-level Track (HLT) took place on the 3rd and 4th of May. (...) The themes, based on the Geneva Plan of Action with particular focus on the WSIS Action Lines, build on the outcomes of the United Nations Overall Review and the submissions received during the open consultation process. The high-level track was moderated by High-level Track Facilitators who were nominated by different stakeholder types to represent their respective communities. (...) The key role played by ICTs in Enabling the SDGs is very clear in the statements made by the policy makers. High-Level Track Outcomes Forum Track This document provides a summary of more than 150 sessions organized during the Forum Track of the WSIS Forum 2016.
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Score: 1071684.8 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/forum/2016/Outcomes/
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There are multiple therapies and practices that have been proven to save lives. National data can prioritize which ones will make the biggest difference in the shortest time. (...) Ten years on, MDG 5 remains the most "off-track" of the MDGs. Child survival is increasing, but not fast enough. (...) The G8 must commit to clear indicators of what its new money will buy. 4) Investing in proven interventions that deliver maximum benefits for women and children.
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Score: 1069033.8 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...010/20100623_pmnchmediaadv.pdf
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TTPost worked with Indian-based software development company Reason Solutions to develop the track and trace offering. The Post used the company’s Post Global software tracking module and customized it to create the TTPost Post Global Track and Trace System, which is currently hosted on two servers at the National Mail Centre in Piarco and used in the retail network for data entry and task management. (...) As part of the track and trace project, investments were made in new mobile units for data entry and scanning on the road and in in-house scanners and PCs to increase processing and dispatch capacity. (...) “Customer convenience has been greatly enhanced as they can now digitally track express items, rather than calling or sending an email to receive information.
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Score: 1066639.4 - https://www.upu.int/en/News/20...-increased-customer-confidence
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Between 2016 and 2017, the reported number of cases of malaria fell from about 165 000 to fewer than 37 000, according to government figures. Keeping track of cases is difficult Yet obstacles remain. For example, keeping track of the malaria burden has proven to be difficult, since private doctors do not report their cases to the government database. (...) Indian government official As the number of cases has dropped, so have the funds needed to track down each case and to ensure it is properly treated.
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Score: 1064987.1 - https://www.who.int/india/news...n-odisha-and-the-tribal-states
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And just last month, we launched a landmark global effort to prevent and end plastic pollution. We have proven that together, we can tackle monumental challenges. (...) We must limit global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees. We are far off track. To keep 1.5 alive, governments must have cut emissions by 45 per cent by 2030, and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. (...) We must do everything we can to protect her. We have proven that together, we can tackle monumental challenges.
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Score: 1064200.8 - https://www.un.org/en/observances/earth-day/message
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And just last month, we launched a landmark global effort to prevent and end plastic pollution. We have proven that together, we can tackle monumental challenges. (...) We must limit global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees. We are far off track. To keep 1.5 alive, governments must have cut emissions by 45 per cent by 2030, and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. (...) We must do everything we can to protect her. We have proven that together, we can tackle monumental challenges.
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Score: 1064200.8 - https://www.un.org/en/node/135440
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This RASG‐PA  led work,  should be well planned and prioritized,  count with  the  right  resources including funding, and its effectiveness tracked.    Action:  The  RASG‐PA  PA‐RAST/27is  invited  to  discuss  this  proposal  and  implement this procedure to tackle Hot‐Spots in the region.    (...) PA‐RAST/27 — WP/02  — 2 —    1.2 This information that comes almost exclusively from Airlines FOQA programs has enable  the  IAT  to provide  regional  trends on RE, TAWS/CFIT, TCAS and LOC‐I events  in  the  region; as well as  identifying concentrations of events and or statistical outliers that identify areas of potential higher risk  for the operations.    1.3 To  drive  change  in  the  region,  RASG‐PA  has  created  different  groups  inside  its  organizations, where analysis, development and implementation is carried out in strategically and with a  region‐wide mind‐set, trying to improve safety across the board and taking in considerations the culture,  resources, needs and even languages or legal frameworks of its members.     1.4 Unfortunately, the kind of work that needs to be carried out at this safety “hot‐spots”  will require RASG‐PA to develop different dynamics and a different operational mind‐set:     Producing  specific  analysis  that  uses  data  that  goes  even  beyond  FOQA  programs (like pilot reports and radar tracks)   Developing  solutions  and  implementations  plans  where  local  regulators,  airports and airlines will need to be heavily involved   Devout specific resources (monetary and people)   Set goals and targets for the mid‐to‐short term    2 Proposal    2.1 IATA believes  that  this new  safety knowledge, paired with  the proven  track  record of  RASG‐PA  when  it  comes  to  safety  improvements  implementation,  combined  with  RASG‐PAs  State/industry compositions, make RASG‐PA responsible and capable of leading the much needed safety  enhancements at this locations.    2.2 Implementing a “Tactical Go‐Team” approach  to work at  these  locations could be  the  most  effective  way  of  targeting  and  managing  safety  improvements.  (...) They will require resources   Validation of safety enhancements and resource allocation (ESC)   Implementation of safety enhancements (Tactical Team)   Yearly progress tracking (IAT)   Yearly report to ESC (Champion)    3 Action    3.1    The RASG‐PA PA‐RAST is invited to discuss this proposal and implement this procedure  to tackle Hot‐Spots in the region
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Score: 1063458 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...017/PARAST27/PA-RAST27WP02.pdf
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In practical terms, this could result in low uptake of proven interventions and, in turn, poor outcomes. (...) Civil society organizations have begun tracking national budgets to assess governments’ priorities and funding commitments (see Box 2). (...) Better costing, budgeting and tracking of RMNCH funding is needed to improve actions and accountability (see Knowledge Summary 3).
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Score: 1060307.2 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...ublications/summaries/ks12/en/
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