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The scalability of cloud computing also makes it well suited to provide overflow capacity to provide insurance against unanticipated demand. (...) QoS: Cloud computing assumes that providers will provide guaranteed levels of quality of service and offer different levels of reliability and that people will pay for these services. (...) Data portability: The fact that the cloud computing application programming interfaces (APIs) are largely proprietary limits customers’ ability to switch to a different provider should they become dissatisfied with their current provider.
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Score: 224176.76 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...on/GSR12Contribution_Egypt.pdf
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Backup/Contingency arrangements for Secure SADIS FTP: OBTAINING A WAFS INTERNET FILE SERVICE (WIFS) ACCOUNT AS A BACKUP ARRANGMENT FOR USERS OF THE SADIS FTP SERVICE Prepared by the SADIS Provider State, in coordination with the WIFS Provider State, as follow-up to SADISOPSG Conclusion 16/14 (30 November 2011) 1 Introduction 1.1 The SADIS FTP service1 is designed to be a resilient and highly reliable delivery mechanism using the public Internet infrastructure, providing authorized user access to OPMET data and WAFS forecasts. (...) The WIFS Provider State (United States) will confirm with the SADIS Provider State (United Kingdom) that SADIS accounts are in order before making a WIFS account available. (...) B) States required in ICAO RANPs to obtain WAFS forecasts from WIFS for primary operational use For those States required by the ICAO RANP to use WIFS as their primary source from which to obtain WAFS forecasts, the following procedure applies:  WIFS accounts will be provided (following normal authorization processes) on request to the WIFS Provider State; and o SADIS accounts will be provided to authorized WIFS users by the SADIS Provider State for backup purposes on condition that:  A WIFS account has been authorized and provided;  That use is restricted to backup purposes and periodic testing.
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Score: 224164.84 - https://www.icao.int/safety/me...0backup%20to%20SADIS%20FTP.pdf
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Backup/Contingency arrangements for Secure SADIS FTP: OBTAINING A WAFS INTERNET FILE SERVICE (WIFS) ACCOUNT AS A BACKUP ARRANGMENT FOR USERS OF THE SADIS FTP SERVICE Prepared by the SADIS Provider State, in coordination with the WIFS Provider State, as follow-up to SADISOPSG Conclusion 16/14 (30 November 2011) 1 Introduction 1.1 The SADIS FTP service1 is designed to be a resilient and highly reliable delivery mechanism using the public Internet infrastructure, providing authorized user access to OPMET data and WAFS forecasts. (...) The WIFS Provider State (United States) will confirm with the SADIS Provider State (United Kingdom) that SADIS accounts are in order before making a WIFS account available. (...) B) States required in ICAO RANPs to obtain WAFS forecasts from WIFS for primary operational use For those States required by the ICAO RANP to use WIFS as their primary source from which to obtain WAFS forecasts, the following procedure applies:  WIFS accounts will be provided (following normal authorization processes) on request to the WIFS Provider State; and o SADIS accounts will be provided to authorized WIFS users by the SADIS Provider State for backup purposes on condition that:  A WIFS account has been authorized and provided;  That use is restricted to backup purposes and periodic testing.
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Score: 224164.84 - https://www.icao.int/airnaviga...0backup%20to%20SADIS%20FTP.pdf
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Peer support must be supervised by a behavioral health provider. 6 Coverage and exclusions Providing covered services Your plan provides covered services. (...) If your provider is not a network provider, you are responsible to request approval from us in advance. (...) If your provider is not a network provider, you are responsible to request approval from us in advance.
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Score: 224082.7 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...urance/files/mdrxbk20sf-02.pdf
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EASA advised that they will discuss the possibility of providing assistance at the EASA Latin American project meeting in March. - Federal Aviation Administration (FAA):  The FAA provided an overview of the various programmes and assistance that is provided to the region. (...) Various technical experts have been provided by TC to assist OFNAC. Due to instability in Haiti, it has been difficult to provide assistance. (...) UK advised that they cannot provide long-term secondments, but can continue to provide workshops and other assistance in the region.
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Score: 224045.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/AS...20-%2025%20February%202020.pdf
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* Yes ------------------------- * If yes, please provide details: * Topics are covered that are related to health and healthy behaviours. (...) * No ------------------------- * If yes, please provide details: * ------------------------- * Article 16 (Sales to and by minors)? (...) * No ------------------------- * If yes, please provide details: * ------------------------- * Article 19 (Liability)?
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Score: 224016.8 - https://www.who.int/fctc/cop/M...-Womens-International-2018.pdf
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Did the assessment involve interviews with service providers from both SRH and HIV services? • 303 services providers were interviewed: 145 from SRH facilities and 158 from Hiv. these were: nurses (191), clinical officers (95), laboratory technicians (7), physicians (6), counsellors (3) and a pharmacist (1). pRoceSS 9. (...) SRH integration into HIV services: • the assessment gave a detailed analysis of SRH services provided by Hiv facilities. the 80 services providing Hiv counselling and testing were most likely to also provide fp (26.3 per cent), followed by MncH (16.3 per cent). the 60 providing prophylaxis/treatment for plHiv were most likely to also provide prevention/ management of Stis and prevention of unsafe abortion/ provision of post- abortion care (both 6.7 per cent). the 56 providing Hiv home-based care were most likely to also provide family planning and MncH (both 3.6 per cent). the 53 providing Hiv psychosocial support were most likely to also provide fp and MncH (both 5.7 per cent). the 60 providing prevention for plHiv were most like to also provide prevention/management of gender-based violence (8.3 per cent), followed by family planning and MncH (both 1.7 per cent). the 70 providing Hiv prevention were most likely to also provide fp (27.1 per cent), followed by MncH (17.1 per cent). the 77 providing condoms were most likely to also provide fp (27.3 per cent), followed by MncH (26 per cent). the 79 providing pMtct were most likely to also provide fp (26.6 per cent), followed by MncH (26.6 per cent). the 22 providing Hiv information/ services for key populations were most likely to also provide fp (54.5 per cent), followed by prevention of unsafe abortion/provision of post-abortion care (36.4 per cent). • overall, facilities providing Hiv services were least likely to also provide prevention of unsafe abortion/provision of post-abortion care, prevention/ management of gender-based violence and prevention/management of Stis. Overall perspectives on linkages in SRH and HIV services: • SRH and Hiv integrated services are most commonly provided at the same facility, on the same day and by the same provider. next most commonly, they are provided at the same facility, on the same day, but with a different provider. there are few referrals. • Service providers said that it is ‘normal routine’ that, for example, people coming for Hiv services also get the SRH services they need. in practice, the needs are often undifferentiated because both the sites and the providers are the same. • 75.3 per cent of providers experience constraints to integration. at both types of facilities, the largest were cited as low staff motivation, shortage of staff training and shortage of staff time. • Service providers cite the likely impacts (positive and negative) of integration as: increased efficiency of services; increased need for equipment, supplies and drugs; decreased stigma of clients; and increased workload/ time spent per client for providers. • the majority of SRH and Hiv services providers (62 per cent and 57 per cent respectively) felt that integration would increase the efficiency of services.
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Score: 224016.5 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...opics/linkages/RAStanzania.pdf
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Brian Samuel Head of Public-Private Partnerships Caribbean Development Bank 22nd November, 2018 Arthur Chung Conference Centre, Georgetown, Guyana Agenda 1. Airports can provide “negative encouragement” 2. Lively global debate on airport PPPs 3. (...) Time to break the vicious cycle Airports can provide “negative encouragement” • No one will visit a country because they’ve got a nice airport • But… • People will NOT visit if the airport is truly awful! (...) But we could not see any gains in efficiency or levels of investment.” * https://www.iata.org/pressroom/pr/Pages/2018-06-05-04.aspx https://www.iata.org/pressroom/pr/Pages/2018-06-05-04.aspx https://www.iata.org/pressroom/pr/Pages/2018-06-05-04.aspx https://www.iata.org/pressroom/pr/Pages/2018-06-05-04.aspx https://www.iata.org/pressroom/pr/Pages/2018-06-05-04.aspx https://www.iata.org/pressroom/pr/Pages/2018-06-05-04.aspx https://www.iata.org/pressroom/pr/Pages/2018-06-05-04.aspx https://www.iata.org/pressroom/pr/Pages/2018-06-05-04.aspx https://www.iata.org/pressroom/pr/Pages/2018-06-05-04.aspx https://www.iata.org/pressroom/pr/Pages/2018-06-05-04.aspx The counter argument • Airport Council International (ACI) “privatisation has been shown to be a successful means to fund infrastructure development, while government spending cannot be relied upon”* • Size matters: Of the top 500 airports, 39% have some level of private sector participation (compared to 14% overall) • Private airports invest more: “Airports with private sector participation invested 14% more in CAPEX compared to their public counterparts” * https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ https://aci.aero/news/2018/06/19/privatization-can-provide-a-viable-solution-to-global-airport-infrastructure-gap/ Everyone wants an international airport… • Demand for direct long-haul flights are a key driver of airport developments (no one wants to transit through Barbados/LIAT!)
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Score: 223934.67 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/.../S5_Speaker_Brian%20Samuel.pdf
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All required information must be provided and all requested attachments, certificates and documents must be submitted in the way requested. (...) The Quality System provides shall encompass operations and maintenance department. b) Air operators shall provide a current company organizational chart. c) Air operators shall provide the contact details of all applicable Quality Managers and their deputies. d) Air operators shall provide a copy of the last Meeting Minutes of the last Management Review/ Management Evaluation performed, including as a minimum the review results. e) Air operators shall provide a copy of the Annual Audit Plan and Schedule of the previous year and the current year, for flight operations, crew training, ground handling services and maintenance services. f) Air operators shall provide a list of all outsourced services and functions, like for example maintenance providers or simulator training centers. g) Air operators shall provide copies of the last three (3) Audit Reports of the last three (3) first- party audits conducted. h) Air operators shall provide copies of the last three (3) Audit Reports of the last three (3) second-party audits conducted of outsourced services such as: Approved Maintenance Organization(s), training providers, or ground handling services providers, if applicable. 5.13 CAA Audit Report a) Air operators shall provide the latest flight operations assessment report conducted by the applicable Civil Aviation Authority of the State of registry. b) Air operators shall provide the latest maintenance assessment report conducted by the applicable Civil Aviation Authority of the State of registry. 5.14 Safety Management System a) Air operators shall provide a Safety Record for the last five (5) years of operation, or entire period of being in business, but not less than two (2) years, to include accident rate per 10,000 hrs and brief description of occurrences. b) Air operators shall provide the approved Safety Management System (SMS) according ICAO Doc 9859 including the maintenance organization and/or department as per ICAO Annex 6. c) Air operators shall provide a copy the company Safety Policy and Safety Goals of the current year. d) Air operators shall provide a copy of the last Meeting Minutes of the last Safety Committee meeting or equivalent as per company SMS to include action plans. e) If applicable, air operators shall provide the company’s Flight Data Analysis Programme for fixed wing aircraft, as part of the accident prevention and flight safety programme (for operations of an airplane of a maximum certificated take-off mass in excess of 20.000 kg and 19 passenger seats), or Provision of Aircraft Charter Services by Commercial Operators Technical and Operational Evaluation Criteria, TOEC AQAS, TOEC Rev. 03 June 2014 7/8 provide a contract or other explicit agreement if the operation of a flight data analysis programme is performed by another party. f) Air operators shall provide a copy of the company risk register. 5.15 Emergency Response Plan (ERP) Air operators shall provide a copy of the company Emergency Response Plan (ERP). 5.16 Emergency Transmitter Locater (ELT) Operation Process Air operators shall provide a copy of the company Emergency Transmitter Locater (ELT) oversight and maintenance process. (...) The set of controlled operations manuals provided comply with the terms and conditions of the company’s Air Operator Certificate (AOC).
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Score: 223933.57 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...uly%202014/TOEC_Rev%2003.1.pdf
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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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