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Global landscape: digital economy and society Digital technologies, including the Internet, mobile phones, and all the other tools to manage information digitally, are fundamentally changing the way people live and work, learn and socialise. This transformation is taking place at record speed with the rapid advancement and expansion of technologies. (...) The broader development benefits associated with the rapid technological advancement are unevenly distributed across and within countries. (...) Those who are marginalized due to their gender, ethnicity, geographical location or economic status, tend to be left behind in participating in our digital societies and digital-enabled transformation. 2. Potential implications for literacy The rapid expansion of these digital technologies also poses a range of questions in promoting literacy where challenges are still prevalent.
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Score: 924736.5 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...s/ild-2017-concept-note-en.pdf
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This article attempts to underscore the latter by examining the case of Ethiopia, which is one of the least urbanized nations currently undergoing a rapid transformation. In terms of settlement structure, Ethiopia is still predominantly rural, its population concentrated in highlands and relying on subsistence rain-fed farming. (...) Leaving aside the question of whether or not the capacity of the existing political and administrative apparatuses is strong enough to handle such large-scale sociospatial reorganization, the sheer technical demand for the rapid production of massive architectural space is overwhelming. (...) In a massive reorganization of societies and landscapes due to rapid urbanization, how can architectural and urban projects be responsive to environmental rehabilitation and ensure the sustainable supply of key resources such as water and energy?
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Score: 924400.4 - https://www.un.org/en/node/25550
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This article attempts to underscore the latter by examining the case of Ethiopia, which is one of the least urbanized nations currently undergoing a rapid transformation. In terms of settlement structure, Ethiopia is still predominantly rural, its population concentrated in highlands and relying on subsistence rain-fed farming. (...) Leaving aside the question of whether or not the capacity of the existing political and administrative apparatuses is strong enough to handle such large-scale sociospatial reorganization, the sheer technical demand for the rapid production of massive architectural space is overwhelming. (...) In a massive reorganization of societies and landscapes due to rapid urbanization, how can architectural and urban projects be responsive to environmental rehabilitation and ensure the sustainable supply of key resources such as water and energy?
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Score: 924400.4 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...banizing-regions-case-ethiopia
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Rapid Cost of Environmental Degradation 2018 | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Lebanon Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations MOE Lebanon Rapid COED 2018 pdf (8.3 MB) Home Lebanon Publications Rapid Cost of Environmental Degradation 2018 Rapid Cost of Environmental Degradation 2018 MOE Lebanon Rapid COED 2018 pdf (1MB) Download Rapid Cost of Environmental Degradation 2018 April 28, 2020 This Note relies on a process initiated under the former World Bank Mediterranean Environmental Technical Assistance Program which led to the production of various national and sectoral cost of environmental damage (COED) reports carried out for the Middle East and North Africa region including Lebanon. (...) The Port of Beirut (PoB) explosion on August 4, 2020 created multiple environmental challenges. A Rapid Damage and Needs Assessment was carried out jointly by T... Read more Publications The Violence Free Schools Initiative: Transforming a cult... Under the UNDP Peace Building work, 56 intermediate public schools across Lebanon participated in the VFS since its launch in 2014.
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Score: 923583.9 - https://www.undp.org/lebanon/p...environmental-degradation-2018
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Comment view | Глобальный форум по продовольственной безопасности и питанию (Форум FSN) Перейти к основному содержанию FAO Header menu О нас Мы в действии СТРАНЫ Темы СМИ ПУБЛИКАЦИИ СТАТИСТИКА ПАРТНЕРСТВО English Español Français العربية 中文 Русский Глобальный форум по продовольственной безопасности и питанию (Форум FSN) Глобальный форум по продовольственной безопасности и питанию (Форум FSN) Main navigation Homepage Общие сведения Мероприятия Ресурсы Новости Участники Партнеры Г-н Thierry PALATA IITA Демократическая Республика Конго 30.11.2016 English translation below Les technologies de l’information et de la communication permettent un contact direct rapide entre producteurs et consommateurs dans le secteur agricole. Elles facilitent l’accès au marché et permet aux agriculteurs d’évacuer rapidement leurs productions en ce sens les nouvelles technologies de l’information et de la communication sont un outil que les agriculteurs peuvent utiliser pour avoir en temps réels toutes les informations sur le marché et adapter leurs produits aux exigences du marché ou des consommateurs. Les technologies de l’information permettent aussi aux agriculteurs de détecter tôt les maladies des plantes ou autres, d’entrer en contact rapidement avec des spécialistes pour traiter de leurs problèmes ; elles leurs permettent aussi de faire la promotion de leurs produits, de moderniser leurs activités.
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Score: 922343.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ru/comment/7650
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Read more Publications Sustaining Rapid Reduction of Poverty in All Dimensions a... (...) Read more Publications Rapid Assessment on the Willingness of Persons with Disab... This report includes findings from a rapid assessment conducted by UNDP in March and April 2021 on the “Willingness of Persons with Disabilities to Stand for El...
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Score: 922343.6 - https://www.undp.org/vietnam/p...on-index-pilot-phase-factsheet
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Thierry PALATA IITA República Democrática del Congo 30.11.2016 English translation below Les technologies de l’information et de la communication permettent un contact direct rapide entre producteurs et consommateurs dans le secteur agricole. Elles facilitent l’accès au marché et permet aux agriculteurs d’évacuer rapidement leurs productions en ce sens les nouvelles technologies de l’information et de la communication sont un outil que les agriculteurs peuvent utiliser pour avoir en temps réels toutes les informations sur le marché et adapter leurs produits aux exigences du marché ou des consommateurs. Les technologies de l’information permettent aussi aux agriculteurs de détecter tôt les maladies des plantes ou autres, d’entrer en contact rapidement avec des spécialistes pour traiter de leurs problèmes ; elles leurs permettent aussi de faire la promotion de leurs produits, de moderniser leurs activités.
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Score: 922343.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/es/comment/7650
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Comment view | Глобальный форум по продовольственной безопасности и питанию (Форум FSN) Перейти к основному содержанию FAO Header menu О нас Мы в действии СТРАНЫ Темы СМИ ПУБЛИКАЦИИ СТАТИСТИКА ПАРТНЕРСТВО English Español Français العربية 中文 Русский Глобальный форум по продовольственной безопасности и питанию (Форум FSN) Глобальный форум по продовольственной безопасности и питанию (Форум FSN) Main navigation Homepage Общие сведения Мероприятия Ресурсы Новости Участники Партнеры Г-н Thierry PALATA IITA Демократическая Республика Конго 30.11.2016 English translation below Les technologies de l’information et de la communication permettent un contact direct rapide entre producteurs et consommateurs dans le secteur agricole. Elles facilitent l’accès au marché et permet aux agriculteurs d’évacuer rapidement leurs productions en ce sens les nouvelles technologies de l’information et de la communication sont un outil que les agriculteurs peuvent utiliser pour avoir en temps réels toutes les informations sur le marché et adapter leurs produits aux exigences du marché ou des consommateurs. Les technologies de l’information permettent aussi aux agriculteurs de détecter tôt les maladies des plantes ou autres, d’entrer en contact rapidement avec des spécialistes pour traiter de leurs problèmes ; elles leurs permettent aussi de faire la promotion de leurs produits, de moderniser leurs activités.
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Score: 922343.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/ru/comment/7650
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Thierry PALATA IITA República Democrática del Congo 30.11.2016 English translation below Les technologies de l’information et de la communication permettent un contact direct rapide entre producteurs et consommateurs dans le secteur agricole. Elles facilitent l’accès au marché et permet aux agriculteurs d’évacuer rapidement leurs productions en ce sens les nouvelles technologies de l’information et de la communication sont un outil que les agriculteurs peuvent utiliser pour avoir en temps réels toutes les informations sur le marché et adapter leurs produits aux exigences du marché ou des consommateurs. Les technologies de l’information permettent aussi aux agriculteurs de détecter tôt les maladies des plantes ou autres, d’entrer en contact rapidement avec des spécialistes pour traiter de leurs problèmes ; elles leurs permettent aussi de faire la promotion de leurs produits, de moderniser leurs activités.
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Score: 922343.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/es/comment/7650
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