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And also, do they have the proper refrigeration there, which is one of their big problems in Africa?  (...) Here, even in New York, we heard — I don’t know if it’s rumours — that some of the vaccines had to be thrown out because they didn’t have the proper refrigeration… Spokesman :  I don’t… [audio feedback] I don’t know off the top of my head… you have to mute your microphone. (...) I don’t know off the top of my head the life span.  The issue of refrigeration is, indeed, a critical one, and it is one that the UN country teams, in just about every country where we’re working with the Government, is very much focused on.
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Score: 622899.27 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2021/db210308.doc.htm
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The term “food system” encompasses every person and every process involved in growing, raising or making food, and getting it into your stomach – from farmers to fruit pickers to supermarket cashiers, or from flour mills to refrigerated trucks to neighbourhood composting facilities.
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Score: 434494.3 - https://www.un.org/en/node/119307
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Also in this issue Departments Africa Watch: Innovative messaging app tailor-made for Malians Cover Story African Women in politics: Miles to go before parity is achieved Gender Economic empowerment of women good for all Youth Profile Youthful minister opening doors for women and girls Gender Good education is the foundation for effective female leadership Gender Technology is a liberating force for African women Culture and Education Preparing Africa’s graduates for today’s jobs Interview Young people can capably lead Africa into the future Culture and Education African music on a round trip —from Cotonou to Cuba and back Environment Countries propose a treaty to end corporate impunity Interview No real development in Africa without regional integration Business Africa’s megacities a magnet for investors Agriculture Mechanizing agriculture is key to food security Agriculture Zimbabwe’s beef industry stampedes back to life Health Paying a high price for skin bleaching Departments Book Review: Making Africa Work through the Power of Innovative Volunteerism Departments UN Appointments More from this author Zimbabwe’s beef industry stampedes back to life Africa-made luxury loungewear takes on big brands Health Campaign About Africa Renewal The Africa Renewal information programme provides up-to-date information and analysis of the major economic and development challenges facing Africa today.
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Score: 604563.1 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...f-industry-stampedes-back-life
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Main tasks shall include: • Functionality test to check the AC indoor and outdoor units are working properly, no obstacles or unusual noise • Check gas level of all units, • Cleaning of all indoor units as well as the frames of these units • Cleaning /washing with water all outdoor units. • Check the refrigerant pipe insulation for integrity, rectify where necessary. 2.
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Score: 548171.04 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...pts.ptd/files/pdf/eoi19878.pdf
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Second, Iceland would suggest making better reference to the use of existing tools and measures under different instruments and mechanisms, including firm actions under the Port State Measures Agreement against IUU fishing and the Global Record of Fishing Vessels, Refrigerated Transport Vessels and Supply Vessels. Where there are no existing tools or measures in place, Iceland would support concrete proposals for action in the text, i.e. prescription of what needs to be done in the short and long term and to call on States to cooperate towards that end.
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Score: 729482.86 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u....org/files/2020/03/iceland.pdf
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रिपोर्टिंग के समय तक, लगभग 70 फ़ीसदी यूएन कार्यालयों को यह अन्दाज़ा नहीं था कि वे किस प्रकार के शीतलन यन्त्रों (Refrigerants) का इस्तेमाल करते हैं. 20 फ़ीसदी कार्यालय ऐसे शीतलन यन्त्रों का उपयोग करते हैं जिनसे ओज़ोन परत को नुक़सान नहीं पहुँचता है, लेकिन 10 फ़ीसदी कार्यालय ऐसे यन्त्रों का इस्तेमाल नहीं कर रहे हैं
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Score: 548171.04 - https://news.un.org/hi/story/2020/12/1036002
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[Closed] HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (second stage) | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Moldova Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Română Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Back Select Language Română Home Moldova Projects [Closed] HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (second stage) [Closed] HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (second stage) Status: Closed Duration: 2017 – 2021 Budget: US$122,300 Coverage: Republic of Moldova Beneficiaries: Ministry of Environment, which is responsible on behalf of the Government for developing and promoting of state policy for sustainable development of the country's agribusiness sector, Public Association of the Refrigeration Technicians from the Republic of Moldova, End-users and service companies and importers dealing with refrigeration and air-conditioning, Technical University of Moldova with the Training Centre “TEHNOFRIG”, Customs Service, State Ecological Inspectorate, Media institutions and NGOs Focus Area: Climate Change, Environment & Energy Partners: Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment, which is responsible on behalf of the Government for developing and promoting of state policy for sustainable development of the country's agribusiness sector, Public Association of the Refrigeration Technicians from the Republic of Moldova, End-users and service companies and importers dealing with refrigeration and air-conditioning, Technical University of Moldova with the Training Centre “TEHNOFRIG”, Customs Service, State Ecological Inspectorate, Media institutions and NGOs Project Document: HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (second stage) Final Report: HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (second stage) See more information about the project on the transparency portal.   (...) Objectives: Support for Moldova in the implementation of the National HCFC Program for the period 2016-2040 and the Action Plan for its implementation in 2016-2020 to meet its HCFC reduction targets by 2020 - 35% reduction in HCFC consumption at the base level; Implementing new "ozone-friendly" technology and technological support for the refrigeration and air conditioning sector by purchasing equipment/tools and demonstrating new technologies (natural refrigerants) in the commercial sector. (...) Accomplishments: The regulation of the Commission responsible for allocation of the annual HCFC import quota was approved (GD nr.589, 21.06.2018); The Governmental Decision on the Certification of refrigeration and air conditioning (RAC) technicians was approved (GD 483/2019); The draft law for the accession of the Republic of Moldova to the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol approved by the Government (GD 536/2020) and sent to the Parliament for adoption; The ODS Regulation (Law 852/2002) was amended in order to ban the import of equipment and their components, technologies that contains or is  functioning based on the ODS (Annex A Groups I and II, Annex B Group I, Annex C Groups I, II and III); Three advanced portable refrigerant identifiers were purchased and distributed to the Customs Service; Basic recovery equipment and servicing tools including electronic leak detector (20 units), manifold (20 units), standards and high pressure hoses (20 units), refrigerant recovery unit (40 units), vacuum pump (20 units) were purchased & distributed to Servicing Companies in order to equip trained and certificated technicians in line with new system; 60-80% of recovered HCFCs were recycled with equipment funded in previous projects by the Multilateral Fund; The brochure "Good Servicing Practices for Flammable Refrigerants: a quick guide" - developed and widely disseminated; The guidance “Regulation of the Import/Export of ODSs, equipment and products with ODSs” updated; The Code of Good Practices in RAC sectors updated; To expand the pool of relevant experts, 45 customs officers, 40 technicians and 24 environmental inspectors were trained on ozone-friendly technologies and their use; For continuous capacity strengthening in RAC sector, with support of the project, refrigerant equipment/basic tools were distributed to vocational schools (the Technological College, the Center of Excellence in Energy and Electronics) and Training Centre “TEHNOFRIG” of the Technical University of Moldova; For the ozone and climate related benefits, demonstration of alternative HCFC technologies in commercial sector (natural refrigerants such as CO2) was completed in the commercial sector.
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Score: 1065347.5 - https://www.undp.org/moldova/p...t-management-plan-second-stage
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