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The Feasibility Study was conducted by DORS Incorporated with final report presented in March 2009. e) Expansion of EAC to include Burundi and Rwanda, the need to assess sustainability of the lower airspace while keeping pace with technological advancement, necessitated EAC to undertake a Follow-On Study. f) Heads of CAAs & Airports recommended using internal resources. (...) In the case of Burundi and Rwanda, the Lower airspace has more traffic compared to the Upper airspace. 2.4 Based on the data collected including movement projections and taking into account the ongoing investments within Partner States to enable movement from ASBU Block 0 to Block 1, the project team decided to redesign the airspace and two models were found workable (seamless and centralized operations). (...) This will only be decided upon conclusions made from a monitoring and evaluation process on the effectiveness of Phase 1. 2.6 Project milestones;  Inception Report  Baseline Report  Airspace Redesign and Redesign of ANS System Architecture  Sustainability of Lower Airspace  Cost Benefit Analysis, Risk Analysis, Development Impact  Analysis and Safety Analysis  Final Report 2.7 Implementation plan  To enable interoperability and seamlessness for the Air Navigation Services  Enhancement of collaborative activities in the provision of Air Navigation Services  Implementation/Development of National Aeronautical Information Databases  Development and operationalization of the Centralised Regional Aeronautical Information Database  Establishment of EAC Upper Flight Information Region (UFIR)  Establishment of annual monitoring and evaluation of the performance of Seamless Phase to build the required experience and preparedness for the Centralized Phase  Enhancement of Safety and Security  Enhancement on Training, Research and Development AAO SG/1 WP/12 4  Implementation of harmonized Safety Oversight  To provide effective maintenance of CNS/ATM/AIM facilities  To ensure provision of reliable Power supply and protection systems.  To establish regional and national requisite policy, legal and regulatory framework for seamless operations  Establish a regional coordination framework  To manage the project identified risks 3.
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Score: 1258319.1 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...P.12%20-%20EAC%20UFIR%20WP.pdf
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Hence, UNHCR Jordan has decided to undertake the operation’s workforce structure review to assess and validate the mix of functions performed in it, and to ensure they align with priorities and strategic directions, and are well tailored to support the operational priorities for years 2023-2025. https://www.unhcr.or/ https://www.unhcr.org/jo/ Page 2 of 4 The result of the review should also help the management to determine which functions must imperatively stay in the operation and those that need to be transformed and/or possibly discontinued. (...) Purpose and Objective The objective of the review is to contribute to the Jordan operation’s workforce planning for the years 2023-2025 through the independent review of the workforce structure and proposal of its potential redesign in the above-described context. The purpose of the workforce review is to affirm the operation’s structure and help redefine, reshape and, if need be, redesign its respective functions.
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Score: 1235170.6 - https://www.unhcr.org/jo/wp-co...s/60/2022/01/Annex-A-TOR-1.pdf
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11:30-12:10 FJT / 7:30pm- 8:10pm EST Redesigning the Peace-Development-Humanitarian Nexus: Towards meaningful joint action and transformation of security This session will be used to identify some of the innovative processes that take place to advance the inclusive peace- development-humanitarian nexus by various stakeholders in the region, understand the impact of these processes on sustaining peace, and determine what challenges for further operationalisation of the nexus exist. (...) Moderated by: Marina Kumskova - UN Liaison Officer, Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict - Discussants: - Agnes Titus – Nazareth Centre for Rehabilitation, Bougainville - Catherine Wong – Climate and Security Risk Policy Specialist, United Nations Development Programme - Henk-Jan Brinkman – Chief, Peacebuilding Strategy and Partnerships Branch, UN Peacebuilding Support Office Questions for the moderated discussion: - What are some of the key roles that the UN is undertaking at the field level? How does the UN help advance the inclusive peace-development- humanitarian nexus? (...) - What are some of the roles the UN should undertake or prioritise moving forward to enhance support for the inclusive peace-development-humanitarian nexus?
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Score: 1139747.7 - https://www.un.org/peacebuildi...ific_completed_programme_0.pdf
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At the G20 summits in Lon- don (April 2009) and Pittsburgh (September 2009), leaders agreed to undertake “an unprecedented and concerted fiscal expansion” and to take steps to strengthen global governance institutions, especially the IMF. … but laying seeds for a double-dip recession? (...) Improved growth prospects for these economies could, in turn, contribute to greater stability of international debt and currency markets. 2. Redesigning of fiscal stimulus Fiscal policy needs to be redesigned to strengthen its impact on employment and to ensure a more sustainable growth pattern. (...) Another important element of the redesign is improving social protection and safety nets.
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Score: 1135281.8 - https://www.un.org/development...ads/sites/45/policybrief32.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - P5 Applicable LEG x AOM REGULATORY FRAMEWORK FOR THE  AIRSPACE ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT  (AOM) Civil‐Military Coordination Seminar VICTOR HERNANDEZ RO ATM/SAR 26-30 May 2014 Article 12 of the Chicago Convention:  Each contracting State undertakes to adopt measures to insure that every aircraft flying over or maneuvering within its territory and that every aircraft carrying its nationality mark, wherever such aircraft may be, shall comply with the rules and regulations relating to the flight and maneuver of aircraft there in force. Each contracting State undertakes to keep its own regulations in these respects uniform, to the greatest possible extent, with those established from time to time under this Convention. (...) Annex 2, Submission of Flight plans • a) any flight or portion thereof to be provided with air traffic control service; • b) any IFR flight within advisory airspace; • c) any flight within or into designated areas, or along designated routes, when so required by the appropriate ATS authority to facilitate the provision of flight information, alerting and search and rescue services; • d) any flight within or into designated areas, or along designated routes, when so required by the appropriate ATS authority to facilitate coordination with appropriate military units or with air traffic services units in adjacent States in order to avoid the possible need for interception for the purpose of identification; • e) any flight across international borders. 18 Flight Plan NOTIFICATION CLOSINGACTIVE •ATS Message Protocols  (Doc 4444) •AIDC •OLDI •20/10 minutes TransferCoordination •ATC Management Procedures •ATFM Initiatives •ATS Message (DEP) •VFR •IFR •30/60 Minutes •5 days ‐ ATFM •Airport of  Arrival •Operator •ATS Future challenges:  –Analyse current ATS route network and restricted areas –Airspace redesign & optimization based on ATM expectations –Application of the FUA, based on civil‐military coordination –Optimize ATS route network –Improve Airspace Organization and Management (AOM)
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Score: 1117340.7 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...gs/2014/SARSEMINAR/SAR-P20.pdf
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REDESIGNATION OF THE TECHNICAL COMMITTEE OF THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMISSION FOR WESTERN ASIA AS THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND AMENDMENT OF ITS TERMS OF REFERENCE : RESOLUTION / ADOPTED BY THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL
E/RES/2014/36 Redesignation of the Technical Committee of the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia as the Executive Committee and amendment of its terms of reference 2/2 Having considered the recommendation of the Technical Committee at its seventh meeting to amend the mandate of the Committee in order to facilitate its work and strengthen its ability to take decisions and respond to regional and international developments, Having also considered the recommendation of the Technical Committee at its eighth meeting to redesignate the Committee as the Executive Committee and amend its terms of reference, so that it may play a greater role in steering and coordinating the activities of the Commission, Noting the increasing global and regional challenges and the need to develop swift regional responses to them, Underscoring the importance of strengthening the intergovernmental engagement of member States in the decision-making processes of the Commission, in particular to ensure an integrated approach to the work of the Commission, 1. Decides to redesignate the Technical Committee as the Executive Committee; 2. (...) The Executive Committee shall undertake the following: (a) Organize the sessions of the Commission; (b) Review and adopt the programme of work of the subsidiary committees on the basis of criteria defined by the Executive Committee; (c) Ensure consistency between subprogrammes; (d) Deal with all matters related to programme planning. 5.
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Score: 1080966.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=E/RES/2014/36&Lang=E
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2018 UNFC Public Comments on Redesign of Uranium Resources Pathway | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search   Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos UNECE 2018 UNFC Public Comments on Redesign of Uranium Resources Pathway More options 2018 UNFC Public Comments on Redesign of Uranium Resources Pathway Draft Document Redesigning the Uranium Resource Pathway Application of the United Nations Framework Classification for Resources for Planning and Implementing Sustainable Uranium Projects PUBLIC COMMENT CLOSED The UNECE Expert Group on Resource Classification (EGRC) is pleased to present for public comment the draft document "Redesigning the Uranium Resource Pathway: Application of the United Nations Framework Classification for Resources for Planning and Implementing Sustainable Uranium Projects". (...) Use of UNFC can enable countries and companies to consider fully the socio-economic viability, technological maturity and level of knowledge at a project level to ensure that uranium resources contribute to sustainable development and attainment of the 2030 Agenda.     DOCUMENTATION Redesigning the Uranium Resource Pathway: Application of the United Nations Framework Classification for Resources for Planning and Implementing Sustainable Uranium Projects DATES:   The public comment period opened on 17 December 2018 and will close cob 15 February 2019 (Closed). (...) HOW TO SUBMIT COMMENTS:  Comments may be submitted by e-mail: Send comments via e-mail to: reserves.energy[AT]un.org Please include “Redesigning the Uranium Resource Pathway” in the subject line.
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Score: 1075700.4 - https://unece.org/2018-unfc-pu...gn-uranium-resources-pathway-0
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Members of the network are currently undertaking activities in line with the workplan objectives for the period 2012-2017. Global Master Plan 2012-2017 GMP - priorities, products and major activities pdf, 35kb Global Working Groups active as of November 2013 pdf, 13kb Related documents Ways of Working (WoW) for the global network of WHO CCs for occupational health pdf, 255kb Useful information Instructions for designating and redesignation of WHO collaborating centres WHO collaborating centres database Archive of information relating to the work of the collaborating centres for occupational health Contact us Essential links World Health Assembly Resolution 60.26 - Workers' health: global plan of action Global strategy on occupational health for all Declaration on occupational health for all Download the Declaration on Workers Health You are here: Occupational health Global network of WHO collaborating centres for occupational health Regions Africa Americas Eastern Mediterranean Europe South-East Asia Western Pacific About us Careers Library Procurement Publications Frequently asked questions Contact us Subscribe to our newsletters Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 1071107.6 - https://www.who.int/occupational_health/network/en/
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Decentralization and redesign in store for agricultural information systems     Decentralization and redesign in store for agricultural information systems Two of FAO's key agricultural information systems are to be redesigned to put more power in the hands of the originators and users of the information they contain. AGRIS (the International Information System for the Agricultural Sciences and Technology) and CARIS (the Current Agricultural Research Information System) - both of which were originally conceived over 20 years ago as bibliographical databases - are to be decentralized and refocused. Zambia: redesigned systems will put more power in the hands of information originators and users A Technical Consultation was held in June 1998 to discuss and endorse a series of proposals for the redesign of AGRIS and CARIS. (...) The Consultation called for a series of pilot projects to be set up in selected countries to test-run the redesigned systems. These pilots will examine how the move to decentralized information systems should be organized and managed and will also look at broadening AGRIS to include non-bibliographic information according to user needs and adopting new information technologies.
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Score: 1070114.3 - https://www.fao.org/english/ne...m/highlights/1998/980702-e.htm
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CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW FACILITY FOR THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDUAL MECHANISM FOR CRIMINAL TRIBUNALS, ARUSHA BRANCH : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
In November 2018, however, the subcontractor informed the Mechanism that it would no longer be able to undertake the work, as it was no longer going to be in the HVAC business. (...) Concurrently, the Mechanism continued to assess any potential remedies related to loss stemming from the faulty HVAC design, and has clearly emphasized to the architect that it is responsible for the redesign of the HVAC system, and that the redesign must come at no additional cost to the United Nations. (...) The Mechanism has pursued the most efficient solutions to properly commission the entire HVAC system redesign, and has identified the contractor as the most suitable partner to undertake this project, given the contractor’s familiarity with the premises and thorough knowledge of the construction project.
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Score: 1066438 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/73/718&Lang=E
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