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BR Activitiescurrently included in cost recovery - 8 - INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION Ad hoc Group of Council for the Financial Plan (Resolution 1197) Document 1-E 25 July 2002 GENEVA — (29-31 JULY 2002) Report by the Chairman of the Ad hoc Group on Cost Recovery on Satellite Network Filings 1 Introduction 1.1 Council-02 established the ad-hoc Group on cost recovery on Satellite Network Filings, in Council Decision 510, to consider the alternative basis for charging that does not depend on numbers of pages and to determine the factors to be considered for the evaluation, as well as the practical implications of applying cost attribution to activities associated with the processing of satellite network filings towards the application of full cost recovery. (...) A more recent time survey was completed in 2001 and the ad-hoc Group agreed to recommend that this should be used as the basis for setting the Decision 482 charging schedule. 2.2 Extending Cost Recovery The number of the Radiocommunication Bureau Space Services Department’s activities included in cost recovery is specified in Resolution 88 (Minneapolis, 1998). (...) A list of the Radiocommunication Bureau’s Space Services Department’s activities that are considered to be unsuitable for cost recovery is also provided in Section 5 of Annex 1.
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Score: 631647.36 - https://www.itu.int/council/fi...1-report%20from%20adhocSNF.doc
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Recovery assessments and plans UNDP supports countries to undertake gender-sensitive socio-economic recovery assessments, including post-disaster needs assessments (PDNAs), recovery and peacebuilding assessments (RPBAs) and COVID-19 recovery needs assessment (CRNAs), to help decisions on forward looking priority national and regional recovery plans. (...) National and sub-national capacities for management of recovery processes UNDP leads international recovery coordination in close collaboration with humanitarian, development and peace actors (when relevant). (...) UNDP supports the institutional and regulatory systems for recovery, for example the government's capacity to lead recovery and reconstruction.
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Score: 631571.73 - https://www.undp.org/crisis/investing-hope-jobs-justice
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Largescale compound extractions have been made possible by the rapid development of technologies that support the recovery of valuable ingredients for human consumption. (...) Nowadays, olive kernels are considered an established commodity similarly to olive fruit, and researchers focus on the recovery of polyphenols from olive mill wastewater. (...) The book investigates all the relevant recovery issues and compares different techniques to help advance research and develop new applications.
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Score: 630755 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...ws/newsdetails-ar/ar/c/344601/
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Largescale compound extractions have been made possible by the rapid development of technologies that support the recovery of valuable ingredients for human consumption. (...) Nowadays, olive kernels are considered an established commodity similarly to olive fruit, and researchers focus on the recovery of polyphenols from olive mill wastewater. (...) The book investigates all the relevant recovery issues and compares different techniques to help advance research and develop new applications.
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Score: 630755 - https://www.fao.org/save-food/...news/news-details/en/c/344601/
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AMHS, in a test and/or operational environment; 2. To test the recovery of non-redundant connections; or 3. To test the recovery of redundant connections; and 4. (...) Verify that responses to the ping messages are received. Note the recovery time (period of no response on ping messages): . • Recovery time (if any) at Test Driver A: ___________ • Recovery time (if any) at Test Driver B: ___________ • UTC time test start/end : / _ Re-connect the cable and wait 3 minutes. (...) Verify that responses to the ping messages are received. Note the recovery time (period of no response on ping messages): . • Recovery time (if any) at Test Driver A: ___________ • Recovery time (if any) at Test Driver B: ___________ • UTC time test start/end : / _ Re-connect the cable and wait 3 minutes.
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Score: 630743.55 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...e_Test_Guidelines_AFI_AMHS.pdf
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These aggregate growth figures, however, mask marked divergences in the pace of recovery across countries and regions (figure 1). Global recovery in output in 2021 was largely driven by robust consumer spending and some uptake in investment. (...) In devel- oped economies, full employment recovery is projected in 2023 or in some cases in 2024. (...) Support for unpaid domestic work, including childcare, will remain crucial to reversing the gender divide in the recovery of jobs. More broadly, an inclusive and sustainable recovery will require putting gender considera- tions at the heart of social protection and labour market policies.
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Score: 630188.8 - https://www.un.org/development...ion/Monthly_Briefing_157v2.pdf
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Lagging labour market recovery Employment levels are projected to remain well below pre- pandemic levels during 2022–2023 and possibly beyond. (...) In developed economies, full employment recovery is projected in 2023 or in some cases in 2024. (...) Support for unpaid domestic work, including childcare, will remain crucial to reversing the gender divide in the recovery of jobs. More broadly, an inclusive and sustainable recovery will require putting gender considerations at the heart of social protection and labour market policies.
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Score: 630188.8 - https://www.un.org/development...ation/Monthly_Briefing_157.pdf
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ILO Global Call to Action for a Human-centred Recovery - InfoStories Skip to content Go to ILO main website English Français Español Português Русский 中文 العربية ILO - International Labour Organization InfoStories Global Call to Action for a Human-centred Recovery from the COVID-19 crisis Story navigation Share story Close share menu Share This section This story on Twitter Facebook LinkedIn 1 / 7 Global Call to Action for a Human-centred Recovery from the COVID-19 crisis Go to first slide Introduction A top priority for public policy COVID-19 pandemic’s impact An uneven impact within countries An uneven impact and recovery between countries Finding a better normal Two sets of actions Key objectives Synergies with other global initiatives The role of the ILO In this story Close page menu Introduction A top priority for public policy COVID-19 pandemic’s impact Global employment loss and workplace closures Losses in global working hours Losses in labour income An uneven impact within countries Women and young people were most affected An uneven impact and recovery between countries Working hours lost in different countries Finding a better normal Two sets of actions Key objectives Synergies with other global initiatives The role of the ILO Explore more InfoStories The win-win of disability inclusion Peace and resilience through decent work Go to next slide Published in October 2021 Global Call to Action for a human-centred recovery from the COVID-19 crisis that is inclusive, sustainable and resilient View PDF A top priority for public policy Creating a recovery that is inclusive, sustainable and resilient must become a top priority for public policy. (...) Women and young people were most affected Textile worker in Izmir, Turkey, June 2020. © ILO An uneven impact and recovery between countries There is wide variation across country income groups in the response and recovery packages relative to the labour market damage that has occurred. (...) As the world responds to the COVID-19 pandemic, recovery packages must prioritize measures to ensure the transition to sustainable economies is just and advances decent work.
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Score: 630188.8 - https://www.ilo.org/infostorie...B/Campaigns/covid19/globalcall
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There can be no real recovery from this pandemic without a broad-based labour market recovery. (...) “There can be no real recovery from this pandemic without a broad-based labour market recovery. (...) It gives assessments of how labour market recovery has unfolded worldwide, reflecting different national approaches to pandemic recovery and analysing the effects on different groups of workers and economic sectors.
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Score: 630100.44 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_834117/lang--tr/index.htm
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There can be no real recovery from this pandemic without a broad-based labour market recovery. (...) “There can be no real recovery from this pandemic without a broad-based labour market recovery. (...) It gives assessments of how labour market recovery has unfolded worldwide, reflecting different national approaches to pandemic recovery and analysing the effects on different groups of workers and economic sectors.
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Score: 630100.44 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_834117/lang--en/index.htm
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