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David Sikirit, Education Officer UNICEF Indonesia/2020/Firdaus Syahril Available in: English Bahasa Indonesia 02 June 2020 At 7 A.M. one morning, Moreyna woke up with renewed enthusiasm. As she did every school day prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, she showered, had her breakfast, and put on her school uniform. (...) Related topics COVID-19 Education Indonesia Papua More to explore Press release 01 August 2022 World Breastfeeding Week: UNICEF and WHO urge greater support for breastfeeding in Indonesia as rates decline during COVID-19 Visit the page Article Never too late Parents renew hopes for their children’s immunization as Indonesia launches nationwide catch-up campaign Read the story Press release 18 July 2022 UNICEF and Japan launch early learning and development programme to provide essential COVID-19 recovery services for young children in Papua, South Sulawesi and East Nusa Tenggara Visit the page Press release 15 July 2022 Indonesia’s Catch-Up Immunization Campaign Tackles Major Decline in Childhood Immunization Visit the page Footer UNICEF Home What we do Resources Stories Take action About us Where we work Children in Indonesia Partner with us Vacancies FAQ Related UNICEF sites U-Report Indonesia Donate now Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 418228.03 - https://www.unicef.org/indones...-home-during-covid-19-pandemic
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The findings point to gains in employment in all labour factors for the renewable energy sector, specifically the electricity generation from geothermal and hydro energy sources. The renewable energy is still expensive and this will affect the productivity and competitiveness of Indonesian companies. (...) Toniman, National Council of the Indonesian Trade Union Confederation (KSPI) Agung Pambudhi, Executive Director of the Indonesian Employers’ Association (Apindo) From the perspective of the employers, Agung Pambudhi, Executive Director of the Indonesian Employers’ Association (Apindo), highlighted the challenges faced by enterprises in utilizing renewable energy. “The renewable energy is still expensive and this will affect the productivity and competitiveness of Indonesian companies.
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Score: 521794.97 - https://www.ilo.org/jakarta/in...WCMS_535259/lang--en/index.htm
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Related topics Child protection Child protection systems Childrens rights Lebanon MENA More to explore Programme UNICEF’s Child Protection Programme in Lebanon How UNICEF is ensuring every child’s right to protection Explore our work Press release 07 September 2022 UNICEF renews its partnership with the Lebanese Red Cross to reach children with missed essential routine vaccines Visit the page Press release 25 August 2022 Deprived of the basics, robbed of their dreams, children in Lebanon lose trust in their parents: UNICEF report Visit the page Article Childhoods in Lebanon lost as families plunge into poverty A new report by UNICEF shows the dire reality for children in Lebanon, three years into the economic crisis, as many have to work to support their family Read the story Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take Action Press Center About us Campaigns Who We Are Contact Us Edouard Beigbeder Related UNICEF sites Exposure Imagine a school Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 308717.38 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon/10_priority_minimums
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Programa   14.30 a 14.45 horas Bienvenida y objetivos del taller Bienvenida Moderación : Cielo Morales, Directora ILPES, CEPAL Alicia Bárcena, Secretaria Ejecutiva de la CEPAL Liu Zhenmin, Secretario General Adjunto de Asuntos Económicos y Sociales del DAES 14.45 a 15.00 horas Introducción y objetivos del taller Mareike Eberz, Oficial de Asuntos Económicos, Oficina de la Secretaria Ejecutiva, CEPAL Maame Agyeben, Oficial asociada del Desarrollo Sostenible, Oficina de Apoyo y Coordinación Inter- gubernamental para el Desarrollo Sostenible del DAES 15:00 - 15.33 horas   Sesión 1: El primer ENV y los desafíos particulares en el Caribe Introducción y moderación Abdullahi Abdulkadri, Coordinador Unidad de Estadística y Desarrollo Social, Sede Subregional CEPAL para el Caribe La experiencia de Granada en su primer proceso ENV H.E Keisha McGuire, Permanent Representative of Grenada to the United Nations La experiencia de Suriname en su primer proceso ENV Elizabeth Bradley, Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Business and International Cooperation of the Republic of Suriname La experiencia de Saint Kitts and Nevis en su primer proceso ENV Auren Manners, Senior Project Analyst, Economic Affairs and Public Sector Investment Planning Ministry of Sustainable Development, Saint Kitts and Nevis La experiencia de Dominica en su primer proceso ENV Gloria Joseph, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Planning, Economic Development, Climate Resilience, Sustainable Development and Renewable Energy, Dominica Preguntas guía • ¿Cuáles son los desafíos que enfrenta su país para el desarrollo sostenible en el contexto actual?
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Score: 234252.78 - https://www.cepal.org/fr/node/55867
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Further improve energy efficiency and encourage use of renewable energy and less polluting types of fuel or/and promote the implementation of the existing programmes Action 5.5 Assess the effectiveness of the earlier implemented measures and programmes aimed at improvement of energy efficiency, use of renewable energy and promotion of the use of less polluting types of fuel and if necessary, development of additional/new measures Possible source of financing State budget Executor Ministry of Ecology, Geology and Natural Resources, Ministry of Energy, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development.
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Score: 324939.5 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...les/2021-07/Melnichenko_EN.pdf
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Related topics COVID-19 Water, sanitation and hygiene Environment Partnerships Indonesia Papua More to explore Press release 01 August 2022 World Breastfeeding Week: UNICEF and WHO urge greater support for breastfeeding in Indonesia as rates decline during COVID-19 Visit the page Article Never too late Parents renew hopes for their children’s immunization as Indonesia launches nationwide catch-up campaign Read the story Press release 18 July 2022 UNICEF and Japan launch early learning and development programme to provide essential COVID-19 recovery services for young children in Papua, South Sulawesi and East Nusa Tenggara Visit the page Press release 15 July 2022 Indonesia’s Catch-Up Immunization Campaign Tackles Major Decline in Childhood Immunization Visit the page Footer UNICEF Home What we do Resources Stories Take action About us Where we work Children in Indonesia Partner with us Vacancies FAQ Related UNICEF sites U-Report Indonesia Donate now Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 335369.34 - https://www.unicef.org/indones...ealth-jayapura-during-covid-19
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