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Thierry PALATA IITA Democratic Republic of the 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: 914051.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/member/thierry-palata
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  Side Events 25th November 2021 14:00 – 15:30 (CET): “Mainstreaming the 4IR in LDCs through Science, Technology and Innovation”   Key Objectives: To present a policy paper which presents a compelling case for the rapid adoption of 4IR technologies by LDCs to achieve rapid economic growth and as well as meet their sustainable development and de-carbonization goals. (...) The side-event will address critical issues for LDCs to structurally transform and pursue graduation through science, technology and innovation. (...) This event will provide a platform to showcase best practices and identify the key priorities, principles and approaches for LDCs to structurally transform their economies, build productive capacities, and develop STI policies that promote investment in STI towards graduation.
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Score: 912562 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/taxonomy/term/281/feed
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Layout 1 1 for every child UNICEF Zimbabwe’s call to its partners following the Transforming Education Summit (TES) Following the Transforming Education Summit (TES 19th September 2022) in New York, UNICEF Zimbabwe calls on its partners to join efforts to tackle the learning crisis, prioritizing the most vulnerable and marginalized children, including through closing the digital divide. (...) UNICEF Zimbabwe calls on its partners working in the country to implement RAPID actions in all its education programmes and to advocate for a RAPID framework. At Global level UNICEF adopted RAPID – Reach every child and keep them in school; Assess learning levels regularly; Prioritize teaching the fundamentals, as the building blocks of lifelong learning; Increase the efficiency of instruction including through catch-up learning; and Develop psychosocial health and wellbeing so every child is ready to learn. https://www.unicef.org/learning-crisis/commitment-action-foundational-learning https://www.unicef.org/learning-crisis/commitment-action-foundational-learning#commitment 2 2.
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Score: 912503.7 - https://www.unicef.org/zimbabw...rming%20Education%20Summit.pdf
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The Impact of Rapid Technological Change on the Sustainable Development Goals and Targets 11-Jun-2020 « Daily Agenda – 10 June 2020 Daily Agenda – 11 June 2020 » Virtual High Level Thematic Debate on the Impact of Rapid Technological Change on the Sustainable Development Goals and Targets 10:00-13:00 hours, 11 June 2020 Introduction and Background   The General Assembly has been mindful of the challenges and opportunities brought by technological change for many decades. (...) In resolutions 72/242 and 73/17 the General Assembly specifically addressed the issues related to rapid technological change and the impact it poses on the SDGs and targets. (...) Programme   VHLTD - RTC - Draft Program _vf Download the draft programme here  Letters Letter dated 1 June 2020 regarding the High-level Thematic Debate on The Impact of Rapid Technological Change on the Sustainable Development Goals and Targets to be held on 11 June 2020   Letter dated 5 June 2020 regarding theHigh-level Thematic Debate on the Impact of Rapid Technological Change on the Sustainable Development Goals and Targets, scheduled to take place on 11 June 2020, enclosing the provisional programme for the event.
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Score: 912295.8 - https://www.un.org/pga/74/even...development-goals-and-targets/
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The project aims to showcase the potential of “tactical urbanism,” which focuses on making spatial improvements in public spaces through rapid low-cost interventions that reflect the preferences and needs of local residents. The UNDP Türkiye Accelerator Lab partnered in the effort with Karşıyaka municipal authorities and Sotonoba, a Japanese design team.  “Rapid urbanization often leaves city dwellers without the green and quiet spaces they need for rest and relaxation,” said Miodrag Dragisic, UNDP Türkiye Deputy Resident Representative. “At UNDP our aim is to show that, with local participation, public spaces can be transformed from ugly eyesores into valuable community resources at low cost and high speed.”
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Score: 908828.1 - https://www.undp.org/turkiye/n...ive-practices-are-opened-izmir
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Today, GSR has become the pre-eminent global meeting where regulators and policy makers discuss solutions to the many challenges arising from the rapid convergence of ICT services and interact with the private sector in their discussions. (...) In a country like India, he noted, the digital divide, and an imbalance in the spread of resources, infrastructure and population creates barriers to dealing with a situation like the current pandemic in an effective manner. While digital transformation is taking place at a rapid pace for some, solutions must be designed harnessing technology to the maximum benefit and keeping in view the new requirements. 2. (...) Recent years have witnessed rapid expansion of telecom networks and deployment of newer technologies.
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Score: 908655.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...utcome%20Report_Final%20R1.pdf
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Dialogue 5: Transforming Cities through Innovative Solutions and Technologies - World Urban Forum 11th Session | UN Web TV Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website. (...) This rapid urbanization would require transformation of today's cities where most of the production and consumption activities take place, and where most of the negative environmental externalities are generated. (...) Their role has become even more important with the challenges of the global pandemic, the climate crisis and rapid urbanization. The dialogue will bring diverse stakeholders together to discuss the opportunities and challenges of our Future Cities 2050.
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Score: 908030.8 - https://media.un.org/en/asset/k1k/k1k9nprjhj
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Dubai has set itself on an ambitious course through a rapid and successful transformation in the economic and social sectors. (...) Dubai is currently undergoing its third generation of digital transformation and can be credited for inspiring public acceptance and confidence in the use of ICTs in all spheres of life. Figure 1: Digital Transformation Journey of Dubai 4 Case study: Circularity to promote local businesses and digitization, June 2020     5     6     7     8     9     10     11     12     13     14     15          
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Score: 907592 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...n/files/basic-html/page10.html
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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: 905911 - https://www.undp.org/vietnam/p...et-nams-just-energy-transition
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المشاورات 09.11.2016 - 30.11.2016 السيد Thierry PALATA IITA جمهوريّة الكونغو الديمقراطية 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: 905911 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/i...x.php/ar/member/thierry-palata
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