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The monitoring of cultivated land is a constant and regular task that requires regular updates to better develop planning strategies. (...) This training equipped the experts with a mastery of the cartography of crops, allowing them to be able to autonomously produce regular estimates on the cultivated zones and types of crops and also to deduce from them the farming practices, such as the methods of irrigation. The day of the 27th was dedicated to the discussions on the achievements and future prospects of the training. The Minister of Agriculture, Hydraulic Resources and Fisheries chaired the closing session with the Representative of FAO and presented certificates to the trained managers.
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More introductory information > The WTO in Brief Training, seminars and workshops back to top The WTO holds regular training sessions on trade policy in Geneva. (...) Funding for technical cooperation and training comes from three sources: the WTO’s regular budget, voluntary contributions from WTO members, and cost-sharing either by countries involved in an event or by international organizations. The present regular WTO budget for technical cooperation and training is 7 million Swiss francs.
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Score: 885953 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...to_e/whatis_e/tif_e/dev3_e.htm
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Working language: French 8. 33rd Technical Committee Meeting of CINTERFOR/ILO and Regional Seminar     on Strategic Alliances for Training Proposed date: 15-17 May 1997 Place: Santiago, Chile Financing: ILO regular budget, CINTERFOR, Government of Chile and participating organizations Geographical coverage: Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Curaçao, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, France, Grenada, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Spain, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, United States, Uruguay and Venezuela Composition of participants: (a) Governments: 37 (b) Employers: 7 (c) Workers: 7 (d) Others: 70 representatives of governmental and non-governmental training institutions Purpose: (i) to examine and analyse the actual status of training; (ii) to discuss future plans; (iii) to share experiences and proposals for new activities for cooperation which correspond to the priorities of member States; (iv) to consider and approve the programme of work of CINTERFOR and to confirm the annual contributions of associate members; and (v) to promote the principles contained in the Human Resources Development Convention, 1975 (No. 142) and Recommendation, 1975 (No. 150). (...) MERCOSUR Subregional Seminar on the Linkage of Increased Productivity       with the Creation and Improvement of Employment Opportunities:       Additional information (9) Original date 24-26 April 1996, later postponed to the second half of 1996 New date: 7-9 May 1997 Original place: Montevideo, Uruguay New place: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Original financing: ILO regular budget and European Commission New financing: ILO regular budget 15. 13th Annual Meeting of Heads of Vocational Training Institutions       in the Caribbean: Additional information (10) Original date: 29-30 September 1995, later postponed due to financial constraints New date: Second half of 1997 Original place: Jamaica New place: Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles (to be confirmed) 16. (...) Workshop on the Protection of Workers' Rights and Working Conditions       in Export Processing Zones and the Promotion of the Tripartite Declaration       of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy       for French-speaking African Countries: Additional information (31) Original date: Second trimester of 1997 (five days) New date: Last quarter of 1997 Geographical coverage: In addition to the 19 French-speaking African countries listed in the original submission, Haiti would be invited to send participants to the Workshop Timetable of forthcoming symposia, seminars and similar meetings Date Title of meeting Place AFRICA 1997 23-25 April Workshop for the Follow-up and Evaluation of the Consequences of the Devaluation of the CFA Franc (ILO regular budget) Yaoundé, Cameroon 29 April-3 May Tripartite French-speaking Subregional Seminar on the Promotion of Equality of Opportunity and Treatment in Employment (ILO regular budget) Saint-Denis de la Réunion 13-16 May Subregional Seminar on Labour Law Reform in Selected French-speaking African Countries (ILO regular budget and World Bank) Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire 19-30 May ARLAC Seminar on Performance Improvement in Employment Services for Selected English-speaking African Countries (Government of Germany) Harare, Zimbabwe 20-22 May Subregional Employers' Workshop on the Elimination of Child Labour for Selected English-speaking African Countries (ILO regular budget) Nairobi, Kenya 23-26 June ILO/UNESCO Subregional Symposium on Structural Adjustment and Teachers for Selected French- and Portuguese-speaking Countries of West Africa (ILO and UNESCO regular budgets) Dakar, Senegal 28-31 July ILO/RENGO African Leadership Workshop on Workers' Benefits from Productivity Improvement (ILO regular budget and Japanese Trade Union Confederation (RENGO)) Harare, Zimbabwe 25-29 August ARLAC Seminar on Regional Integration and Labour Administration in English-speaking African Countries (ILO regular budget) Harare, Zimbabwe 17-28 November ARLAC Seminar for English-speaking African Countries on Employment Services within Labour Market Information Systems (Government of Germany) Harare, Zimbabwe Second half East African Business Forum (ILO regular budget) Arusha, Tanzania Last quarter Workshop on the Protection of Workers' Rights and Working Conditions in Export Processing Zones and the Promotion of the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy for French-speaking African Countries (ILO regular budget) To be determined ASIA AND THE PACIFIC 1997 21-25 April Asian-Pacific Regional Seminar for Trade Union Organizations on Contract Labour (ILO regular budget) New Delhi, India 6-9 May Asian-Pacific Symposium on Standards-related Topics (Government of Japan) New Delhi, India August High-level Subregional Meeting on Tripartism in the South Pacific (ILO regular budget) Fiji 4-6 September Fourth High-level Conference for Asian and Pacific Employers (ILO regular budget and NIKKEIREN) Seoul, Korea 22-25 October South-East Asian Subregional Seminar on Wage Policy (ILO regular budget) Phuket, Thailand Last quarter Asian Regional Seminar on Trade Union Action on Effects of Modern Technologies and Chemicals on Agricultural Workers (ILO regular budget) To be determined 1998 To be determined Asian Subregional Tripartite Seminar on Social Protection in Economies in Transition (ILO regular budget) To be determined LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN 1997 21-22 April Subregional Employers' Seminar on Free Trade Zones in Central America and the Dominican Republic (ILO regular budget) Guatemala City, Guatemala 28-29 April Latin American Subregional Seminar on Labour Adjustment Issues of Privatization (Railways and Steel) (ILO regular budget and Brazil's National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES)) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 7-8 May Tripartite Meeting on the Reform of Labour Administrations and New Roles of Labour Ministries for Selected Latin American Countries (ILO regular budget) San José, Costa Rica 7-9 May MERCOSUR Subregional Seminar on the Linkage of Increased Productivity with the Creation and Improvement of Employment Opportunities (ILO regular budget) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 12-16 May Latin American Subregional Seminar on International Labour Standards in the Maritime Sector (ILO regular budget and Government of Spain) Panama City, Panama 15-17 May 33rd Technical Committee Meeting of CINTERFOR/ILO and Regional Seminar on Strategic Alliances for Training (CINTERFOR, Government of Chile and participating organizations) Santiago, Chile 20-23 May Latin American Regional Seminar for Trade Union Organizations on Contract Labour (ILO regular budget) Mexico City, Mexico 1-5 June Latin American Subregional Technical Meeting of Advisers on Social Dialogue (ILO regular budget, Government of Spain and Government of Bolivia) Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia 5-6 August Tripartite Meeting for Latin America and the Caribbean on the Integration of the Informal Sector in the Process of Modernization (ILO regular budget) Santiago, Chile 3-5 September Regional Seminar on Experiences concerning Institutional Transformation in Latin America and Spain (CINTERFOR, Instituto Nacional de Aprendizaje (INA) of Costa Rica and participating organizations) San José, Costa Rica September Latin American Tripartite Subregional Seminar on National Legislation and International Labour Standards (ILO regular budget) To be determined Second half Latin American Regional Workshop concerning the Accreditation of Vocational Training Centres (CINTERFOR, Servicio Nacional de Aprendizaje Industrial (SENAI) of Brazil and participating organizations) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Second half 13th Annual Meeting of Heads of Vocational Training Institutions in the Caribbean (ILO regular budget and CINTERFOR) Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles (to be confirmed) ARAB STATES 1997 12-14 May Subregional Technical Meeting on the Development of the Role of Employment Services in Selected Arab States (ILO regular budget) Beirut, Lebanon 8-10 September Subregional Technical Seminar on Employment in the Context of Human Resources Development in Countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) (ILO regular budget and UNDP) Manama, Bahrain September Seminar for Arab States on the Mechanism of Vocational Training Curriculum Development in the Context of Rapid Changes in the Labour market (ILO regular budget and Arab Labour Organization) Amman, Jordan 13-16 October Subregional Technical Meeting on Employment and Emerging Changes in the Arab Region Including the Enhancement of the Role of the Private Sector (ILO regular budget and Arab Labour Organization) Amman, Jordan 17-19 November Seminar for Arab States on the Role of Employers' Organizations in Dealing with Economic and Social Changes at the Regional and International Levels (ILO regular budget and Arab Labour Organization) Abou Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Second half Seminar for Arab States on Vocational Rehabilitation Services for Persons with Disabilities resulting from Work Accidents (ILO regular budget and Arab Labour Organization) Sharjah, United Arab Emirates Second half Seminar for Arab States on Equality of Opportunity and Treatment for Women Workers in the Light of the Beijing Conference (ILO regular budget and Arab Labour Organization) Cairo, Egypt EUROPE 1997 14-18 April Tripartite Subregional Consultation with Central and Eastern European Countries on the Development of an ILO Approach to the Reform and Development of Pension Systems (ILO regular budget and participating social security institutions) Budapest, Hungary 24-25 April Subregional Tripartite Seminar on Gender Issues and Equality in Central and Eastern Europe (ILO regular budget) Budapest, Hungary 15-17 May Subregional Workshop on Employment and Labour Practices in Health Care in Central and Eastern Europe (ILO regular budget and Public Services International) Prague, Czech Republic September Tripartite Subregional Seminar on National Legislation and International Labour Standards for CIS Countries (ILO regular budget) Baku, Azerbaijan Second half Central and Eastern European Tripartite Subregional Seminar on National Legislation and International Labour Standards (ILO regular budget) Bucharest, Romania Please note that the number of items listed in this timetable does not correspond to the number of items described in the paper itself.
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Working language: French 8. 33rd Technical Committee Meeting of CINTERFOR/ILO and Regional Seminar     on Strategic Alliances for Training Proposed date: 15-17 May 1997 Place: Santiago, Chile Financing: ILO regular budget, CINTERFOR, Government of Chile and participating organizations Geographical coverage: Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Curaçao, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, France, Grenada, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Spain, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, United States, Uruguay and Venezuela Composition of participants: (a) Governments: 37 (b) Employers: 7 (c) Workers: 7 (d) Others: 70 representatives of governmental and non-governmental training institutions Purpose: (i) to examine and analyse the actual status of training; (ii) to discuss future plans; (iii) to share experiences and proposals for new activities for cooperation which correspond to the priorities of member States; (iv) to consider and approve the programme of work of CINTERFOR and to confirm the annual contributions of associate members; and (v) to promote the principles contained in the Human Resources Development Convention, 1975 (No. 142) and Recommendation, 1975 (No. 150). (...) MERCOSUR Subregional Seminar on the Linkage of Increased Productivity       with the Creation and Improvement of Employment Opportunities:       Additional information (9) Original date 24-26 April 1996, later postponed to the second half of 1996 New date: 7-9 May 1997 Original place: Montevideo, Uruguay New place: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Original financing: ILO regular budget and European Commission New financing: ILO regular budget 15. 13th Annual Meeting of Heads of Vocational Training Institutions       in the Caribbean: Additional information (10) Original date: 29-30 September 1995, later postponed due to financial constraints New date: Second half of 1997 Original place: Jamaica New place: Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles (to be confirmed) 16. (...) Workshop on the Protection of Workers' Rights and Working Conditions       in Export Processing Zones and the Promotion of the Tripartite Declaration       of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy       for French-speaking African Countries: Additional information (31) Original date: Second trimester of 1997 (five days) New date: Last quarter of 1997 Geographical coverage: In addition to the 19 French-speaking African countries listed in the original submission, Haiti would be invited to send participants to the Workshop Timetable of forthcoming symposia, seminars and similar meetings Date Title of meeting Place AFRICA 1997 23-25 April Workshop for the Follow-up and Evaluation of the Consequences of the Devaluation of the CFA Franc (ILO regular budget) Yaoundé, Cameroon 29 April-3 May Tripartite French-speaking Subregional Seminar on the Promotion of Equality of Opportunity and Treatment in Employment (ILO regular budget) Saint-Denis de la Réunion 13-16 May Subregional Seminar on Labour Law Reform in Selected French-speaking African Countries (ILO regular budget and World Bank) Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire 19-30 May ARLAC Seminar on Performance Improvement in Employment Services for Selected English-speaking African Countries (Government of Germany) Harare, Zimbabwe 20-22 May Subregional Employers' Workshop on the Elimination of Child Labour for Selected English-speaking African Countries (ILO regular budget) Nairobi, Kenya 23-26 June ILO/UNESCO Subregional Symposium on Structural Adjustment and Teachers for Selected French- and Portuguese-speaking Countries of West Africa (ILO and UNESCO regular budgets) Dakar, Senegal 28-31 July ILO/RENGO African Leadership Workshop on Workers' Benefits from Productivity Improvement (ILO regular budget and Japanese Trade Union Confederation (RENGO)) Harare, Zimbabwe 25-29 August ARLAC Seminar on Regional Integration and Labour Administration in English-speaking African Countries (ILO regular budget) Harare, Zimbabwe 17-28 November ARLAC Seminar for English-speaking African Countries on Employment Services within Labour Market Information Systems (Government of Germany) Harare, Zimbabwe Second half East African Business Forum (ILO regular budget) Arusha, Tanzania Last quarter Workshop on the Protection of Workers' Rights and Working Conditions in Export Processing Zones and the Promotion of the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy for French-speaking African Countries (ILO regular budget) To be determined ASIA AND THE PACIFIC 1997 21-25 April Asian-Pacific Regional Seminar for Trade Union Organizations on Contract Labour (ILO regular budget) New Delhi, India 6-9 May Asian-Pacific Symposium on Standards-related Topics (Government of Japan) New Delhi, India August High-level Subregional Meeting on Tripartism in the South Pacific (ILO regular budget) Fiji 4-6 September Fourth High-level Conference for Asian and Pacific Employers (ILO regular budget and NIKKEIREN) Seoul, Korea 22-25 October South-East Asian Subregional Seminar on Wage Policy (ILO regular budget) Phuket, Thailand Last quarter Asian Regional Seminar on Trade Union Action on Effects of Modern Technologies and Chemicals on Agricultural Workers (ILO regular budget) To be determined 1998 To be determined Asian Subregional Tripartite Seminar on Social Protection in Economies in Transition (ILO regular budget) To be determined LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN 1997 21-22 April Subregional Employers' Seminar on Free Trade Zones in Central America and the Dominican Republic (ILO regular budget) Guatemala City, Guatemala 28-29 April Latin American Subregional Seminar on Labour Adjustment Issues of Privatization (Railways and Steel) (ILO regular budget and Brazil's National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES)) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 7-8 May Tripartite Meeting on the Reform of Labour Administrations and New Roles of Labour Ministries for Selected Latin American Countries (ILO regular budget) San José, Costa Rica 7-9 May MERCOSUR Subregional Seminar on the Linkage of Increased Productivity with the Creation and Improvement of Employment Opportunities (ILO regular budget) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 12-16 May Latin American Subregional Seminar on International Labour Standards in the Maritime Sector (ILO regular budget and Government of Spain) Panama City, Panama 15-17 May 33rd Technical Committee Meeting of CINTERFOR/ILO and Regional Seminar on Strategic Alliances for Training (CINTERFOR, Government of Chile and participating organizations) Santiago, Chile 20-23 May Latin American Regional Seminar for Trade Union Organizations on Contract Labour (ILO regular budget) Mexico City, Mexico 1-5 June Latin American Subregional Technical Meeting of Advisers on Social Dialogue (ILO regular budget, Government of Spain and Government of Bolivia) Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia 5-6 August Tripartite Meeting for Latin America and the Caribbean on the Integration of the Informal Sector in the Process of Modernization (ILO regular budget) Santiago, Chile 3-5 September Regional Seminar on Experiences concerning Institutional Transformation in Latin America and Spain (CINTERFOR, Instituto Nacional de Aprendizaje (INA) of Costa Rica and participating organizations) San José, Costa Rica September Latin American Tripartite Subregional Seminar on National Legislation and International Labour Standards (ILO regular budget) To be determined Second half Latin American Regional Workshop concerning the Accreditation of Vocational Training Centres (CINTERFOR, Servicio Nacional de Aprendizaje Industrial (SENAI) of Brazil and participating organizations) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Second half 13th Annual Meeting of Heads of Vocational Training Institutions in the Caribbean (ILO regular budget and CINTERFOR) Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles (to be confirmed) ARAB STATES 1997 12-14 May Subregional Technical Meeting on the Development of the Role of Employment Services in Selected Arab States (ILO regular budget) Beirut, Lebanon 8-10 September Subregional Technical Seminar on Employment in the Context of Human Resources Development in Countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) (ILO regular budget and UNDP) Manama, Bahrain September Seminar for Arab States on the Mechanism of Vocational Training Curriculum Development in the Context of Rapid Changes in the Labour market (ILO regular budget and Arab Labour Organization) Amman, Jordan 13-16 October Subregional Technical Meeting on Employment and Emerging Changes in the Arab Region Including the Enhancement of the Role of the Private Sector (ILO regular budget and Arab Labour Organization) Amman, Jordan 17-19 November Seminar for Arab States on the Role of Employers' Organizations in Dealing with Economic and Social Changes at the Regional and International Levels (ILO regular budget and Arab Labour Organization) Abou Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Second half Seminar for Arab States on Vocational Rehabilitation Services for Persons with Disabilities resulting from Work Accidents (ILO regular budget and Arab Labour Organization) Sharjah, United Arab Emirates Second half Seminar for Arab States on Equality of Opportunity and Treatment for Women Workers in the Light of the Beijing Conference (ILO regular budget and Arab Labour Organization) Cairo, Egypt EUROPE 1997 14-18 April Tripartite Subregional Consultation with Central and Eastern European Countries on the Development of an ILO Approach to the Reform and Development of Pension Systems (ILO regular budget and participating social security institutions) Budapest, Hungary 24-25 April Subregional Tripartite Seminar on Gender Issues and Equality in Central and Eastern Europe (ILO regular budget) Budapest, Hungary 15-17 May Subregional Workshop on Employment and Labour Practices in Health Care in Central and Eastern Europe (ILO regular budget and Public Services International) Prague, Czech Republic September Tripartite Subregional Seminar on National Legislation and International Labour Standards for CIS Countries (ILO regular budget) Baku, Azerbaijan Second half Central and Eastern European Tripartite Subregional Seminar on National Legislation and International Labour Standards (ILO regular budget) Bucharest, Romania Please note that the number of items listed in this timetable does not correspond to the number of items described in the paper itself.
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Score: 885506.3 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...relm/gb/docs/gb268/gb-inf2.htm
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The roles of the core WIND trainers were to train farmers as WIND farmer volunteers and provide regular support to them. (...) Can Tho used the health centre network in order to keep regular contact with WIND farmer volunteers and trained farmers for advice. (...) Conclusions Cantho province in Viet Nam established WIND farmer volunteer systems as a widely applicable approach to extend the WIND training programme to grassroots farmers. The village health centre networks developed many WIND farmer volunteers and provided regular technical support to the trained volunteers.
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Score: 875719.7 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_120492.pdf
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We addressed blood type AB and shorter dialysis durations [23]), we the two variables with significantly missing values (peak applied three regularized linear regression methods. PRA and primary cause of ESRD) using multiple imputation methods in sensitivity analysis (see Sensitivity Analysis). 3.1.1 Ridge regression Reference-based characteristics were male; age 71-80; Caucasian; from LHIN A; comorbidity-free; not sensitized Ridge regression aims to minimize the sum of the original (peak PRA = 0%); ESRD caused by glomerulonephritis / loss function and a regularized term, known as the L2 0 autoimmune; blood type A; and having received a first graft Norm [24] that we described below. (...) Optimal is determined by ten-fold CV within the training set such that the averaged 3. DATA ANALYSIS test RMSE is minimized. (...) Mathematically, the regularized term of elastic net regression, ‖ ‖ , is a linear combination of the 3.1 Regularized linear regression L1 Norm (‖ ‖ of lasso) and the L 2 Norm (‖ ‖ of ridge), 1 2 where is between 0 and 1.
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Score: 871929.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page137.html
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Regional Training Courses | Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Technical Cooperation Projects DOALOS/Norad programmes of assistance Customized Training Courses National Ocean Governance Studies Regional Consultations Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ocean Economy and Trade Strategies PROBLUE - DOALOS/World Bank Training Somalia Programmes of Assistance Trust Funds CLCS Trust Fund (Members) Article 76 Trust Fund ICP Trust Fund ITLOS Trust Fund Regular Process Trust Fund HSA Fellowship Trust Fund BBNJ Trust Fund Fish Stocks Assistance Fund UN – Nippon Foundation Programmes UNNF Fellowship Host Institutions Research Database Alumni UNNF Strategic Fellowship UNNF Thematic Fellowship BBNJ Training Programme Virtual Training Series Fellowship Conditions Apply Now FAQ Contact Us HSA Fellowship Home Technical Cooperation Projects DOALOS/Norad programmes of assistance Regional Training Courses Customized Training Courses Building ocean capacity Reinforcing the capacity of government officials and relevant stakeholders is critical for the implementation of ocean governance strategies at the regional and national level.  (...) The Workshop will address Ocean Governance elements with a science-policy focus, and will be delivered back to back to a regional workshop of the third cycle of the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, including Socioeconomic Aspects.  (...) The Workshop will address Ocean Governance elements with a science-policy focus, and will be delivered back to back to a regional workshop of the third cycle of the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, including Socioeconomic Aspects. 
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Score: 865297.3 - https://www.un.org/oceancapacity/Customized
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Regional Training Courses | Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Technical Cooperation Projects Bilateral cooperation DOALOS/Norad programmes of assistance Customized Training Courses National Ocean Governance Studies Regional Consultations Ocean Economy and Trade Strategies PROBLUE - DOALOS/World Bank Training Trust Funds CLCS Trust Fund (Members) Article 76 Trust Fund ICP Trust Fund ITLOS Trust Fund Regular Process Trust Fund HSA Fellowship Trust Fund BBNJ Trust Fund Fish Stocks Assistance Fund UN – Nippon Foundation Programmes UNNF Fellowship Host Institutions Research Database Alumni UNNF Strategic Fellowship UNNF Thematic Fellowship BBNJ Training Programme Virtual Training Series Fellowship Conditions Apply Now FAQ Contact Us HSA Fellowship Home Technical Cooperation Projects DOALOS/Norad programmes of assistance Regional Training Courses Customized Training Courses Building ocean capacity Reinforcing the capacity of government officials and relevant stakeholders is critical for the implementation of ocean governance strategies at the regional and national level.  (...) The Workshop will address Ocean Governance elements with a science-policy focus, and will be delivered back to back to a regional workshop of the third cycle of the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, including Socioeconomic Aspects.  (...) The Workshop will address Ocean Governance elements with a science-policy focus, and will be delivered back to back to a regional workshop of the third cycle of the Regular Process for Global Reporting and Assessment of the State of the Marine Environment, including Socioeconomic Aspects. 
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Score: 865297.3 - https://www.un.org/oceancapacity/node/924
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Recruitment and induction trainings of new fundraisers and team leaders -  Conducts in-house recruitment of new fundraisers and team leaders: pre-selection, group interviews, evaluation and follow-up communication with candidates; -  Prepares and updates training materials; -  Leads the induction theoretical training for the new fundraisers and team leaders; -  Leads the induction practical training for the new fundraisers and team leaders; -  Provides all necessary materials to the new fundraisers and team leaders.   Coordination and monitoring of the face-to-face team -  Prepare working schedule on a weekly basis and distribute it to the fundraisers; -   Keep accurate data of working hours for all fundraisers -  Maintains protocols for the distribution of F2F materials to all fundraisers and keeps track of available F2F materials; -  Makes sure all necessary equipment and materials are distributed to the specific locations and collected in UNICEF’s office; -  Joins the F2F team on the ground on a regular basis: monitoring, guiding, advising and improving their performance; -  Identifies each facer’s strengths and weaknesses and organizes regular one-to-one meetings with facers to discuss their performance.   Development and retention of fundraisers -  Builds and nurtures close relationship with the fundraisers though strong internal communication - social media, e-mail, chat apps for engagement; -  Prepares and implements a motivational plan for the fundraisers according to their interests and specific improvement areas in order to build capacity and increase fundraisers’ retention in the programme; -  Organizes regular team meetings with the fundraisers; -  Organizes regular team building activities for the fundraisers; -  Organize regular trainings for capacity building of the fundraisers; -  Organize regular feedback surveys and one-to-one meeting with the fundraisers.  
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Recruitment and induction trainings of new fundraisers and team leaders -  Conducts in-house recruitment of new fundraisers and team leaders: pre-selection, group interviews, evaluation and follow-up communication with candidates; -  Prepares and updates training materials; -  Leads the induction theoretical training for the new fundraisers and team leaders; -  Leads the induction practical training for the new fundraisers and team leaders; -  Provides all necessary materials to the new fundraisers and team leaders.   Coordination and monitoring of the face-to-face team -  Prepare working schedule on a weekly basis and distribute it to the fundraisers; -   Keep accurate data of working hours for all fundraisers -  Maintains protocols for the distribution of F2F materials to all fundraisers and keeps track of available F2F materials; -  Makes sure all necessary equipment and materials are distributed to the specific locations and collected in UNICEF’s office; -  Joins the F2F team on the ground on a regular basis: monitoring, guiding, advising and improving their performance; -  Identifies each facer’s strengths and weaknesses and organizes regular one-to-one meetings with facers to discuss their performance.   Development and retention of fundraisers -  Builds and nurtures close relationship with the fundraisers though strong internal communication - social media, e-mail, chat apps for engagement; -  Prepares and implements a motivational plan for the fundraisers according to their interests and specific improvement areas in order to build capacity and increase fundraisers’ retention in the programme; -  Organizes regular team meetings with the fundraisers; -  Organizes regular team building activities for the fundraisers; -  Organize regular trainings for capacity building of the fundraisers; -  Organize regular feedback surveys and one-to-one meeting with the fundraisers.  
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Score: 865205.2 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...g-program-national-consultancy
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