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Food safety and quality: Pilot work in Uganda english FAO Home Food safety & quality About us Events & projects Events Projects Capacity development Scientific advice Emergency prevention system for food safety Publications & tools A-Z index Partnerships Food safety and quality | share  >  Events & projects  >  Projects   Pilot work in Uganda: testing Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis approach for food safety decision making Food safety component - EU/FAO Improved Global Governance for Hunger Reduction Programme 2012-2016 (GPC/INT/130/EC). http://www.fao.org/europeanunion/eu-projects/global-governance/en/ Duration : March 2012 - February2015 Aim : Prioritize national food safety issues considering multiple criteria such as their impact on public health, food security, economic and social factors Main partner : Ministry of Health Pilot study report - Uganda An extensive food safety situation analysis was carried out and five food safety issueswere identified as priorities for case studies : Brucella spp. in dairy products Aflatoxins in maize Acute diarrhoea in children under 5 Methanol in unregulated alcohol Taenia solium (cysticercosis) in pork Gender sensitive approach The program’s mid-term evaluation recognized that the food safety work in Uganda was a good example of a gender sensitive approach because it accounted for: the impact of food safety risks on vulnerable groups such as children under 5 and pregnant women; varying levels of exposure to food- borne illnesses among men, women and different age groups (through sex and age disaggregated data); and the impact of food safety on men and women’s market access and livelihoods, etc. (...) Involving all these groups, when looking at food safety risks, is important because: the best approaches require input from a range of stakeholders; and they should understand the value of considering multiple criteria when making food safety decisions. Regional work Taking Uganda as a starting point, pilot work will also take place at the regional level in the East African Community (EAC) and in Ethiopia.
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Score: 880655.4 - https://www.fao.org/food/food-...sting/pilot-work-in-uganda/en/
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 Resolutions and Decisions of the Council of the ITU 2010-2011 Edition – 59 – (2.2 – Human resources management) 2.2 Human resources management R 1106 (C-1996, last modified C-2001) Implementation of the recommendations of the Tripartite Consultative Group on Human Resources Management The Council, recalling a) Resolution 1 adopted by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Kyoto, 1994), which recognizes the need to adapt ITU’s management systems, including its systems for managing human resources; b) its Resolution 1095, adopted at its 1996 session, establishing the Tripartite Consultative Group on Human Resources Management, taking account of Resolution 51/216 (United Nations common system) adopted by the United Nations General Assembly during its 51st session in 1996, and particularly Section C.7 thereof, having considered the report of the Tripartite Consultative Group on Human Resources Management contained in Document C97/45, resolves 1 a) that a merit award scheme be implemented to reward a limited number of staff members in recognition of their outstanding performance or specific achievements in a given year; b) that the scheme shall be implemented on the basis of the criteria and procedures proposed by the Tripartite Consultative Group and described in the report thereof (Annex 2 to Document C97/45); c) that the number of staff members granted merit awards shall not exceed 5% of the total number of appointed staff members in each category, namely Professional and higher and General Service; d) that the merit award scheme be implemented for a trial period of two years; 2 a) that a personal promotion scheme be implemented in order to give staff in occupational groups with limited career opportunities the possibility of being treated on an equal footing with staff members having more frequent promotion opportunities; b) that the scheme shall be implemented on the basis of the criteria and procedures proposed by the Tripartite Consultative Group and described in the report thereof (Annex 3 to Document C97/45); c) that the number of staff members granted a personal promotion shall not exceed 5% of the total number of posts; d) that the criteria defined and implemented for the granting of personal promotions shall, after a reasonable period of application, be reconsidered and, if necessary, modified, in order to adapt them to the prevailing situation, further resolves that, in order to prepare for the next Plenipotentiary Conference, the Tripartite Consultative Group on Human Resources Management shall continue its work until the next session of the Council in 1998, including the holding of a meeting, with the same mandate as that set out in Resolution 1095 and following the same procedures,
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Score: 880655.4 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../E/web/WebSearch/page0071.html
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To become a TRAINAIR PLUS Associate Member, new applicants must successfully pass a TRAINAIR PLUS on-site assessment, conducted by an ICAO-qualified Assessor, to determine  compliance of the applicant with the criteria  set forth in the TRAINAIR PLUS Assessment Guidelines (TPAG) and the TRAINAIR PLUS Protocol Questionnaire, based on Annex 1 — Personnel Licensing to the Chicago Convention and the ICAO Manual on the Approval of Training Organizations (Doc 9841).   (...) ICAO's TRAINAIR PLUS Brochure THE BENEFITS OF ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP:   join an internationally recognized cooperative network of training centres; receive recognition by ICAO as a training organization that has implemented  a robust quality management system; obtain technical support from ICAO to standardize training based on a globally recognized course development methodology; access and deliver Standardized Training Packages (STPs) developed by Members; host TRAINAIR PLUS courses; gain continuous access to the TRAINAIR PLUS Electronic Management System (TPeMS); and obtain support to build training capacity through technical expertise, resources, and quality oversight.   (...) RTCEs will be assessed by the ICAO Global Aviation Training (GAT) Office, according to according to a set of high-level criteria and the  Framework for RTCE Status Recognition and Maintenance   ( En   Fr   Sp   Ru   Ar   Ch ) .
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Score: 880035.2 - https://www.icao.int/training/...TPP-Membership-Categories.aspx
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WP Template APRAST/5-WP/10 Agenda Item 5 International Civil Aviation Organization Fifth Meeting of the Asia Pacific Regional Aviation Safety Team (APRAST/5) Bangkok, Thailand, 16 to 19 September 2014 Agenda Item 5: Presentations – State / Industry / ICAO IATA STANDARD SAFETY ASSESSMENT (ISSA) (Presented by International Air Transport Association) SUMMARY This paper provides an overview of the newly developed IATA Standard Safety Assessment (ISSA), which is an evaluation system for operators who do not meet the eligibility criteria of the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA). 1. (...) IATA’s Operational Safety Audit program (IOSA) is an internationally recognized evaluation system for operators and has effectively raised the bar for industry safety performance. (...) The intended benefits of ISSA to operators include: a) Global safety standards for commercial operators not covered by existing programs; b) An objective measurement of an operator’s conformity with relevant ICAO Requirements; APRAST/5-WP/10 Agenda Item 5 2 c) Gradual Implementation of Safety Management System (SMS) Elements; d) Assessment completion provides eligibility for entry on ISSA Registry; e) Improved marketing and commercial advantages for operators; f) Improved conditions for reduction of insurance premiums. 2.3. The eligibility criteria for ISSA is as follows: a) Commercial passenger and/or cargo operations; b) Aircraft with one or more turbine powered and/or multiple reciprocating engines; c) Two-pilot operations; d) IFR and/or VFR operations; e) Aircraft below 5,700Kg MTOW; f) Aircraft above 5,700Kg MTOW will be eligible for one ISSA initial assessment and afterwards the operator needs to pursue an IOSA registration initial audit to stay on an IATA Audit Registry. 2.4.
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Score: 879870.3 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...20AI_5%20-%20APRAST_5_ISSA.pdf
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Agenda Item 10 Developments in global and regional processes related to fisheries and aquaculture This statement is on behalf of the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF) and The Pew Charitable Trusts (Pew). EJF and Pew recognize FAO’s unique role in the development and application of fisheries and aquaculture governance, and appreciates its efforts to engage across the UN system and with relevant global and regional organizations. (...) EJF and Pew call on States to recognize the lack of cross-sectoral conservation management to ensure the protection of all biodiversity and the habitats on which all marine life depends in areas beyond national jurisdiction, including but not limited to commercially targeted fish stocks. (...) Additionally, EJF and Pew note that commercial fishers and fisheries observers are engaged in one of the most dangerous occupations in the world and that the 2012 IMO Cape Town Agreement (CTA), the first international binding instrument setting minimum safety standards for fishing vessels, has not yet met its criteria for entry into force. EJF and Pew are pleased to see the outcomes of the 2019 Ministerial Conference on Fishing Vessel Safety and Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing, to which the FAO contributed, and which included a Declaration, now signed by 51 States, that indicates the determination of the signatories to ensure the Agreement meets the criteria for its entry into force by October 2022.
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Score: 879870.3 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...rvers/AgendaItem10-EJF-Pew.pdf
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Table of criteria that apply to the different actors in the supply chain ............... 77 I.2. (...) These criteria are further outlined in Sections II, III and IV of the Guidelines. (...) However, customs may need to re-check the criteria already fulfilled to ensure it is still valid.
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Score: 877965.6 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/do...2007/ac11/AC11-2007-inf06e.pdf
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Or  Direct payments that do not require production if: - such payments are based on fixed and unchanging bases and yields; or - livestock payments made on a fixed and unchanging number of head; and - such payments are made on 85% or less of a fixed and unchanging base level of production. 14. The above criteria, along with additional criteria will be negotiated. Any such criteria will ensure that Blue Box payments are less trade-distorting than AMS measures, it being understood that:  Any new criteria would need to take account of the balance of WTO rights and obligations.  Any new criteria to be agreed will not have the perverse effect of undoing ongoing reforms. 15. (...) These products will be eligible for more flexible treatment. The criteria and treatment of these products will be further specified during the negotiation phase and will recognize the fundamental importance of Special Products to developing countries. 42.
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Score: 875585 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ips_e/ta_docs_e/2_wtl579_e.pdf
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Any such criteria will ensure that Blue Box payments are less trade-distorting than AMS measures, it being understood that: Any new criteria would need to take account of the balance of WTO rights and obligations. Any new criteria to be agreed will not have the perverse effect of undoing ongoing reforms. 15.  (...) These products will be eligible for more flexible treatment. The criteria and treatment of these products will be further specified during the negotiation phase and will recognize the fundamental importance of Special Products to developing countries. 42. 
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Score: 875585 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...raft_text_gc_dg_31july04_e.htm
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Or · Direct payments that do not require production if: · such payments are based on fixed and unchanging bases and yields; or · livestock payments made on a fixed and unchanging number of head; and · such payments are made on 85% or less of a fixed and unchanging base level of production. 14. The above criteria, along with additional criteria will be negotiated. Any such criteria will ensure that Blue Box payments are less trade-distorting than AMS measures, it being understood that: · Any new criteria would need to take account of the balance of WTO rights and obligations. · Any new criteria to be agreed will not have the perverse effect of undoing ongoing reforms. 15. (...) These products will be eligible for more flexible treatment. The criteria and treatment of these products will be further specified during the negotiation phase and will recognize the fundamental importance of Special Products to developing countries. 42.
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Score: 875585 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/dda_e/ddadraft_31jul04_e.doc
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Or • Direct payments that do not require production if: - such payments are based on fixed and unchanging bases and yields; or - livestock payments made on a fixed and unchanging number of head; and - such payments are made on 85% or less of a fixed and unchanging base level of production. 14. The above criteria, along with additional criteria will be negotiated. Any such criteria will ensure that Blue Box payments are less trade-distorting than AMS measures, it being understood that: • Any new criteria would need to take account of the balance of WTO rights and obligations. • Any new criteria to be agreed will not have the perverse effect of undoing ongoing reforms. 15. (...) These products will be eligible for more flexible treatment. The criteria and treatment of these products will be further specified during the negotiation phase and will recognize the fundamental importance of Special Products to developing countries. 42.
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Score: 875585 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/dda_e/ddadraft_31jul04_e.pdf
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