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* Yes ------------------------- * If yes, please provide details: * See above ------------------------- * Article 15 (Illicit trade in tobacco products)? * Yes ------------------------- * If yes, please provide details: * See above ------------------------- * Article 16 (Sales to and by minors)? (...) * Yes ------------------------- * If yes, please provide details: * See above ------------------------- * Article 19 (Liability)?
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Score: 619165.9 - https://www.who.int/fctc/cop/W...th-Associations-WFPHA_2018.pdf
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Need national publication plan Provide details Contingency Measures Questions Answer Remarks 1. (...) NA Provide details Switchover Plan Questions Answer Remarks 1. (...) Not yet Provide details Letter of Agreement and other operational issues Questions Answer Remarks 1.
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Score: 618855.2 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu.../2012/FPLWorkshop2012/D2-9.pdf
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* No ------------------------- * If yes, please provide details: * ------------------------- * Article 11 (Packaging and labelling of tobacco products)? (...) * Yes ------------------------- * If yes, please provide details: * .Underage sales was covered in ENSP Capacity Building event in Ljubljana. (...) * No ------------------------- * If yes, please provide details: * ------------------------- * Article 19 (Liability)?
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Score: 618744.3 - https://www.who.int/fctc/cop/ENSP-2018.pdf
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[Please provide details or references]. θ Yes? θ No? Details: 21 D. (...) [If yes, please provide details or references] θ Yes? θ No? Details: 2) Does your country’s ccTLD have other restrictions on registration? [If yes, please provide details or references] θ Yes? θ No? Details: 23 3) What registrar model does your country’s ccTLD employ?
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Score: 618445.17 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...contributions/ccTLD-KL-003.pdf
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Element Implementation Status 1 Element Description: New PANS-ATM wake turbulence categories and separation minima Date Planned/Implemented N/A Status Analysis not started Status Details Enter status details 2 Element Description: Dependent diagonal paired approach procedures for parallel runways with centrelines spaced less than 760 meters (2,500 feet) apart Date Planned/Implemented N/A Status N/A Status Details Enter status details 3 Element Description: Wake independent departure and arrival operations (WIDAO) for parallel runways with centrelines spaced less than 760 meters (2,500 feet) apart Date Planned/Implemented N/A Status N/A Status Details Enter status details 4 Element Description: Wake turbulence mitigation for departures (WTMD) procedures for parallel runways with centrelines spaced less than 760 meters (2,500 feet) apart based on observed crosswinds Date Planned/Implemented N/A Status N/A Status Details Enter status details 5 Element Description: 6 wake turbulence categories and separation minima Date Planned/Implemented N/A Status N/A Status Details Enter status details Achieved Benefits Access and Equity Capacity Efficiency Environment Safety Implementation Challenges Ground system Implementation Avionics Implementation Procedures Availability Operational Approvals Notes 5th Edition GANP 2016 6 of 20 [Barbados] [Barbados] ASBU Air Navigation Reporting Form (ANRF) PIA 2 Block - Module B0 - AMET Date MAY, 2017 Module Description: Global, regional and local meteorological information: a) forecasts provided by world area forecast centres (WAFC), volcanic ash advisory centres (VAAC) and tropical cyclone advisory centres (TCAC); b) aerodrome warnings to give concise information of meteorological conditions that could adversely affect all aircraft at an aerodrome including wind shear; and c) SIGMETs to provide information on occurrence or expected occurrence of specific enroute weather phenomena which may affect the safety of aircraft operations and other operational meteorological (OPMET) information, including METAR/SPECI and TAF, to provide routine and special observations and forecasts of meteorological conditions occurring or expected to occur at the aerodrome. (...) Element Implementation Status 1 Element Description: AIDC to provide initial flight data to adjacent ATSUs Date Planned/Implemented Enter date if applicable Status Developing Status Details 2 Element Description: AIDC to update previously coordinated flight data Date Planned/Implemented In place by December 2017 Status Developing Status Details Enter status details 3 Element Description: AIDC for control transfer Date Planned/Implemented Enter date if applicable Status Analysis not started Status Details Enter status details 4 Element Description: AIDC to transfer CPDLC logon information to the Next Data Authority Date Planned/Implemented Enter date if applicable Status N/A Status Details Enter status details Achieved Benefits Access and Equity Capacity Efficiency Environment Safety Implementation Challenges Ground system Implementation Avionics Implementation Procedures Availability Operational Approvals Notes 5th Edition GANP 2016 11 of 20 [Barbados] [Barbados] ASBU Air Navigation Reporting Form (ANRF) PIA 3 Block - Module B0 - ACAS Date Month XX, 2017 Module Description: To provide short-term improvements to existing airborne collision avoidance systems (ACAS) to reduce nuisance alerts while maintaining existing levels of safety. (...) Element Implementation Status 1 Element Description: ATSA-AIRB Date Planned/Implemented Enter date if applicable Status N/A Status Details Enter status details 2 Element Description: ATSA-VSA Date Planned/Implemented Enter date if applicable Status N/A Status Details Enter status details Achieved Benefits Access and Equity Capacity Efficiency Environment Safety Implementation Challenges Ground system Implementation Avionics Implementation Procedures Availability Operational Approvals Notes 5th Edition GANP 2016 13 of 20 [Barbados] [Barbados] ASBU Air Navigation Reporting Form (ANRF) PIA 3 Block - Module B0 - ASUR Date MAY, 2017 Module Description: To provide initial capability for lower cost ground surveillance supported by new technologies such as ADS-B OUT and wide area multilateration (MLAT) systems.
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Score: 618105.1 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...Groups/ANIWG/ASBU/ASBU-BRB.pdf
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This often provides long time series of accurate population and health indicators for the HDSS study population. (...) HDSS data are prospective, densely linked and very detailed. This provides the opportunity for simultaneous disaggregation along many dimensions, and more unusual and useful, potential study of cause-and-effect because the same entities (people, households, communities) are followed through time. (...) Finally, there are thousands of published articles using HDSS data that provide additional results, including a growing series of ‘cohort profile’ articles published in the International Journal of Epi- demiology that provide detailed descriptions of HDSS sites, their data and their key results7. 3.
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Score: 617861.87 - https://www.un.org/development...510_egm-s4-samuel_j._clark.pdf
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(TAOC-IG) (Philippines) — as the representative of the Russian Federation asked for a list of countries in which its teams are working; United National Organization of Human Rights (Egypt) — as the representative of India asked for details on its participation in United Nations meetings; United World Against Diabetes (India) — as the representative of Pakistan asked for details on psychosocial support provided in the last three years; Welfare Association Jared (Pakistan) — as the representative of Pakistan asked for financial details; West Papua Interest Association (Indonesia) — as the representative of India asked for details on its budget; Women For a Change, Cameroon (Cameroon) — as the representative of Nicaragua asked for details on projects; Y4D Foundation (India) — as the representative of Pakistan requested details on youth-related projects in 2019 and 2020; and General Union of Arab Experts (Morocco) — as the representative of Bahrain asked how its work contributes to the work of the United Nations. (...) It engaged with a non-governmental organization focusing on law and with the Democratic International Federation of Women.  Turning to details on research, she said a consultative team, including experts on human rights, provides input at three meetings during the year to decide on an annual plan of action.  (...) The representative of the United States asked for details on current projects. The organization’s representative outlined ongoing activities, including water treatment initiatives in Chad and Kenya, an education programme in Kenya to provide more schools, and energy projects in Sudan. 
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Score: 617404.05 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2021/ngo915.doc.htm
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No 8) If yes, please provide details: 9) Article 11 (Packaging and labelling of tobacco products)? (...) No 18) If yes, please provide details: 19) Article 16 (Sales to and by minors)? (...) No 22) If yes, please provide details: 23) Article 19 (Liability)? No 24) If yes, please provide details: 25) Article 20 (Research, surveillance and exchange of information)?
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Score: 617369.78 - https://www.who.int/fctc/cop/Reports_WSMI.pdf
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Part B. Targeted Exemption Details Part B provides specific detail on the targeted exemption, including which Standard it relates to, when the TE is applicable and who in the State is to be contacted for more details, if required. (...) State The State of the Operator (or other responsible State where the State of license issue is not the State of the Operator) will be responsible for providing details of TEs related to PPCs for operators. (...) Section 2 should specify all such mitigations that have been put in place, in sufficient detail to provide evidence that the proposed mitigations have adequately addressed any additional safety risks associated with the use of the TE.
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Score: 617206.35 - https://www.icao.int/safety/OP...rmV2/PPCTEINSTRUCTIONSV1.1.pdf
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Action by the DGP-WG: The DGP is invited to: a) consider the views expressed during the ATMRPP-WG/31 in paragraph 2; b) provide advice on whether the existing provisions in ICAO documents need to be augmented by the requirement to include detailed information in flight plans; and c) review the appendix to this working paper, and identify and justify any information that must be included in FIXM so that it be exchanged in the future flight planning system (FF-ICE). (...) Such instructions shall specify the type of information to be provided to the rescue and firefighting services, including type of aircraft and type of emergency and, when available, number of persons on board, and any dangerous goods carried on the aircraft.” 2.2 PANS-ATM (Doc 4444), Appendices 2 and 3 define “STS/HAZMAT” as a code to be used in Flight Plan Field 18 (Other Information) to indicate that a flight is carrying hazardous material, therefore a special handling by air traffic services may be required. 2.3 The Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (Doc 9284) require that the pilot-in-command is provided with a form entitled Notification to Captain (NOTOC) detailing pertinent dangerous goods information. Doc 9284 also requires that NOTOC be made available to the airline flight dispatch that will send the information, in the event of an emergency, to the rescue and fire-fighting service of the airport at which the aircraft will land. 2.4 Considering the afore-mentioned requirements in ICAO documentation, the ATMRPP noted that the amount of dangerous goods related information in FIXM Core Data Dictionary, provided in the appendix to this paper, may far exceed what is required in PANS-ATM (Doc 4444) and that the requirements in Doc 9284 would allow for an exchange of more detailed dangerous goods information in the event of an emergency.
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Score: 617042 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG16/DGPWG.16.WP.033.6.en.pdf
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