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If available, please provide demographic data by age group, preferably by 10- year categories, e.g., 25-34, 35-44, etc.) (...) Use data entry boxes 3.1(a)(i) and 3.1(b)(i) to provide information on the smoking tobacco products included in calculating the prevalence data entered in tables 3.1(a) and 3.1(b). 3.1(a) and 3.1(b) If available, please provide the average number of smoking tobacco products smoked per day by daily smokers in the third column of both tables 3.1(a) and 3.1(b). 3.1(a)(ii) and 3.1(b)(ii) Please provide the year and source of the data used to complete tables 3.1(a) and 3.1(b), respectively. 3.1(a) and 3.1(b) If you feel necessary, please provide any other relevant documentation. (...) Use data entry boxes 3.1(c)(i) and 3.1(d)(i) to provide information on which smokeless tobacco products have been included in calculating the prevalence data provided in tables 3.1(c) and 3.1(d). 3.1(c)(ii) and 3.1(d)(ii) Please provide the year and source of the data used to complete tables 3.1(c) and 3.1(d), respectively. 3.1(c) and 3.1(d) If you feel necessary, please provide any other relevant documentation.
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Score: 224561.04 - https://www.who.int/fctc/repor...instrument_instructions_en.pdf
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Global-level policy changes, individual provider targets and peer pressure have been the key factors promoting provider behaviour change. (...) There has therefore been only very limited progress in developing aid policies and especially provider targets, with individual provider accountability limited to 3 countries. (...) The survey found that: • 28 (40% of) countries reported high level meetings between providers and recipients • however, 22 discuss recipient targets but only 11 provider targets, and only 3 individual provider targets, implying very limited “mutuality” of accountability.
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Score: 224554.57 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/n..._study-status_and_progress.pdf
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For example, it provides information on supply and demand fluctuations that can provide signals for policy interventions. (...) Due to the increasing need to provide effective employment services to a diverse labour market, Indonesia has allowed the private sector become a provider of employment services. (...) A selection of online providers also provide search engines that support job search.
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Score: 224486.6 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_318224.pdf
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The SADIS Workstation providers have provided simple guidelines in relation to the adaptability of their workstations to Secure SADIS FTP. (...) SADIS FTP.docx Meteo France International (MFI) 1) Internet Service Provider: Access to internet via an Internet Service Provider. (...) It might be necessary to provide notes to skilled personnel on how to troubleshoot.
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Score: 224415.75 - https://www.icao.int/airnaviga..._migrate_to_Sec._SADIS_FTP.pdf
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Expression of Interest (EOI) Security Services for all UN Agencies based in Pakistan Background Expressions of interests are invited from registered providers of Security Services, with proven capacity of providing Security Services in Pakistan. Prospective provider would be required to provide armed and unarmed security services at UN facilities and unarmed security services at UN international staff residence throughout Pakistan. The service provider/s shall be responsible for providing all equipment, materials, weapons and personnel for the execution of the services, for up to 23 UN agencies in Pakistan.
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Score: 224362.26 - https://www.unicef.org/pakista...EOI-%20Security%20Services.pdf
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As a consequence, delays in providing passenger manifests may adversely affect the authorities responsible for coordinating and providing family assistance. 2.9 The Council recommends that States consider legislation, regulations and/or policies that would enable the entities responsible for providing family assistance to have access to relevant and appropriate information for the purposes of providing timely assistance. Family assistance providers 2.10 There are five main groups involved in providing family assistance: a) the government of the State of Occurrence and other States involved in the occurrence; b) the air operators; c) the airport operators; Section II. (...) ICAO Policy II-5 Family associations 2.23 The Council acknowledges that family associations provide assistance to their members in various forms and, in some cases, have provided assistance to the families of victims of other aircraft accidents.
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Score: 224358.74 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/a38/Documents/DOC9998_en.pdf
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ITU Global Template Q 10c/2 Penetration and service targets for rural telecommunications 1 Statement of problem or situation When telecommunication services are provided in the rural and remote areas of developing countries, these services are normally provided at a Public Call Office (PCO) and/or Multipurpose Community Telecentre (MCT) located near the centre of the community. (...) It is important to provide sufficient lines to fully meet the telecommunications needs of the local population, both to originate and to receive calls and messages. (...) The specific target audience is the business development planners, network planners and network development managers, in the service provider organizations of developing countries and LDCs, who are responsible for developing plans and programmes to provide telecommunication services to rural and remote areas.
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Score: 224335.18 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud...uestionDefinition/Q10c.2-E.doc
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1 Summary of the results of the Technical Consultation on the role of community based providers in improving Maternal and Newborn Health On the 30th and 31th of May 2012, the Royal Tropical Institute organized a Technical Consultation on the role of community based providers in improving maternal and newborn health. (...) In terms of the acceptability of community based provider programmes, the close relationship between community based providers and recipients of their services is a major strength. (...)  How can activities of community based providers be regulated and supported within a legal or professional framework?
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Score: 224295.14 - https://www.who.int/workforcea..._KIT_technicalconsultation.pdf
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Step I: After review by TMT, the first questionnaire to service provider units was distributed by Email to the service-providers concerned. (...) Only 3 out of 7 managers responded to the 1st questionnaire sent out to service-providers. A.1 Corporate Communications (SG/CEC/CCU) Main function : No reply by service provider. (...) Improvements : Service Provider: Better promotion of unit’s skilled services.
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Score: 224206.79 - https://www.itu.int/council/CO...estricted1/cog07_04_annex2.doc
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UNDRIP in languages United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (A/RES/61/295) – Official UN languages English |  Español  |  Français  | Русский | عربي | 汉语   (PDF version) English | Français | Español | Русский | عربي | 汉语  (Official Resolution Text)       Adolescent friendly version Know your Rights: Adolescent friendly version of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples English Conoce tus Derechos: Declaración de la ONU sobre los Derechos de los Pueblos Indígenas para adolescentes Español Декларация Организации Объединенных Наций о правах коренных народов:для детей подросткового возраста из числа коренных народов Русский   Other languages Note that these are unofficial translations provided to the Secretariat of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. (...) Arawok (spoken in Surname) – provided by UNDP Suriname Aucan (spoken in Surname) – provided by UNDP Suriname Aymara – provided by COINCABOL Bahasa/Indonesian – provided by West Papua Interest Association Belarusian Bisaya (spoken in the Philippines) – provided by Tebtebba Bodo (Boro) Spoken in India – provided by Indian Confederation of Indigenous and Tribal Peoples North East Zone Carib (spoken in Surname) – provided by UNDP Suriname Cha’palaa (spoken in Equador) – provided by UNICEF, Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office Catalan – provided by alterNativa Intercanvi amb Pobles Indígenes Crimean Tatar , provided by the Foundation of Research and Support of Indigenous Peoples of Crimea Degar (spoken in Vietnam) povided by the Montagnard Foundation. Dutch , provided by the Netherlands Center for Indigenous Peoples Danish – provided by the Greenland Home Rule Government Finnish – provided by the Government of Finland German – provided by the German Translation Section of the United Nations Greek – provided by UNRIC Brussels Greenlandic – provided by the Greenland Home Rule Government Guaraní – provided by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Paraguay Hindi – provided by UNIC, India Ilokano (spoken in the Philippines) – provided by Tebtebba Innu (spoken in Innu-aimun) – provided by Innu Council of Nitassinan/Institut Tshakapesh Italian – provided by the University of Torino Japanese Karaim – provided by UNIC, Warsaw Karelian (Karjala)–a Finno-Ugric language spoken mainly in the Republic of Karelia (Russian Federation) and partly in Finland–unofficial translation Khmer – provided by RIPP/UNDP Kichua (spoken in the Andes) – provided by UNICEF, Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office Kituba – provided by UNIC, Congo Kuna – (spoken in Panama) Kwéyòl (spoken in Saint Lucia) Komi  (Komi kyv)–a Finno-Ugric language spoken by the Komi people in the northeastern European part of Russia–unofficial tranlsation Lingala – provided by UNIC, Congo Livvi-Karelian (Livvi)–a Finno-Ugric language spoken mainly in the Republic of Karelia (Russian Federation) and partly in Finland–unofficial translation Malay – provided by RIPP/UNDP Maori (spoken in New Zealand) Maya – (spoken in Central America) Mapuche – provided by UNIC, Argentina Miskito (spoken in Nicaragua and Honduras) Mohawk (spoken in North America) Náhuatl (spoken in Mexico) Nanai (spoken in Russia–Provided by Sakhalin Energy) Norwegian – provided by the Government of Norway Nepali – provided by Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities Persian – provided by UNIC, Tehran Pilipino – provided by Tebtebba Foundation, Philippines Polish – provided by UNIC, Warsaw Portugues – provided by UN Information Centre, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Sámi (North) – provided by Finnish Sámi Parliament Sámi (Inari) – provided by Finnish Sámi Parliament Sámi (Skolt) – provided by Finnish Sámi Parliament Thai – provided by RIPP/UNDP Trio (spoken in Suriname) – provided by UNDP Suriname Turkish – provided by UNIC, Turkey Uilta – (spoken in the Russian Federation) – provided by Sakhalin Energy Ukrainian – provided by Ukrainian Institute of legislation Veps  (Vepsä)–a Finno-Ugric language spoken by the Vepsians in the Republic of Karelia, Leningrad and Vologda regions of the Russian Federation–unofficial tranlsation Wajana (spoken in Suriname) – provided by UNDP Suriname Wichi – provided by UNIC, Argentina FAQs FAQs on the Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples PeRs Declaração das Nações Unidas sobre os Direitos dos Povos Indígenas Videos UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: a conversation with experts   More on the Declaration High-level commemoration of the fifth anniversary Advocacy for Adoption Process to Adopt the Declaration Historical Overview State of the World’s Indigenous Peoples News by Year 2022 (3) 2021 (19) 2020 (11) 2019 (19) 2018 (12) 2017 (26) 2016 (45) 2015 (34) United Nations Copyright Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Site Index Terms of Use
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Score: 192811.99 - https://www.un.org/development...hts-of-indigenous-peoples.html
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