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The mini-grants have been used to undertake actions in over 10 countries with over 500 participants, including: Promoting a community waste collection scheme called ‘ECOPOINT’ (Brazil, 140 Girl Guides and Girl Scouts); Repainting and restoring a community mural depicting environmental issues as a way of kickstarting discussions in the community(Commonwealth of Dominica, 20 Girl Guides); Planting trees and raising awareness about climate change and ‘food miles’ at ‘Camp Activate’ (South Africa, 30 Girl Guides). (...) Yatika (aged 7) and Sasiya (aged 9) also help out. © FAO. Repainting and restoring the community mural in Dublanc, Commonwealth of Dominica.
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Score: 1521330.3 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/activities/mini-grants/en/
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The mini-grants have been used to undertake actions in over 10 countries with over 500 participants, including: Promoting a community waste collection scheme called ‘ECOPOINT’ (Brazil, 140 Girl Guides and Girl Scouts); Repainting and restoring a community mural depicting environmental issues as a way of kickstarting discussions in the community(Commonwealth of Dominica, 20 Girl Guides); Planting trees and raising awareness about climate change and ‘food miles’ at ‘Camp Activate’ (South Africa, 30 Girl Guides). (...) Yatika (aged 7) and Sasiya (aged 9) also help out. © FAO. Repainting and restoring the community mural in Dublanc, Commonwealth of Dominica.
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Score: 1504732.2 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/activities/mini-grants/ar/
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The mini-grants have been used to undertake actions in over 10 countries with over 500 participants, including: Promoting a community waste collection scheme called ‘ECOPOINT’ (Brazil, 140 Girl Guides and Girl Scouts); Repainting and restoring a community mural depicting environmental issues as a way of kickstarting discussions in the community(Commonwealth of Dominica, 20 Girl Guides); Planting trees and raising awareness about climate change and ‘food miles’ at ‘Camp Activate’ (South Africa, 30 Girl Guides). (...) Yatika (aged 7) and Sasiya (aged 9) also help out. © FAO. Repainting and restoring the community mural in Dublanc, Commonwealth of Dominica.
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Score: 1457042.4 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/activities/mini-grants/zh/
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UNICEF2021/Fouad-Choufany/Lebanon Throughout the school, all corridors, classrooms (below), and offices were repainted, as were the school’s exterior facades and playground walls. (...) UNICEF2021/Fouad-Choufany/Lebanon Here, all windows and doors have been replaced or repaired, while the interior has been completely repainted – including classrooms, offices and common areas.
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Score: 1397967.6 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon...beiruts-blast-affected-schools
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LETTER DATED 26 JANUARY 2001 FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE POST-PHASE V WORKING GROUP ON REFORMED PROCEDURES FOR DETERMINING REIMBURSEMENT OF CONTINGENT-OWNED EQUIPMENT TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE 5TH COMMITTEE
Appendices 2 and 3 to annex I.C provide the painting and repainting rates, respectively, by vehicle type. 54. (...) This results in an average painting to repainting ratio of 1:1.19. This ratio could be used for an occasion in which a troop contributor provides data for either the painting or repainting of special case equipment, to convert it to the other rate. (...) The Working Group recommends that: (a) The rates listed in annex I.C be adopted for the painting and repainting of major equipment; (b) The ratio of 1:1.19 for painting to repainting rates be adopted for current, and future, special cases. 5.
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Score: 1382433 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/C.5/55/39&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 8 FEBRUARY 2017 FROM THE CHAIR OF THE 2017 WORKING GROUP ON CONTINGENT-OWNED EQUIPMENT TO THE CHAIR OF THE 5TH COMMITTEE
The major equipment sub-working group considered the following issues relating primarily to major equipment and nominated focal points to coordinate deliberations on those issues: (a) United States issue paper 2, on reimbursement rate methodology (United States); (b) Ghana issue paper 3, Pakistan issue paper 5 and Pakistan issue paper 7, on reimbursement rate methodology (Pakistan and Ghana); (c) Secretariat issue paper 20 and Brazil issue paper 5, on the classification of armoured personnel carriers (Argentina, Brazil, Chad, Fiji, Senegal and the United Kingdom); (d) Secretariat issue paper 10 and United States issue paper 1, on generators (United States); (e) Secretariat issue paper 1, on demining, explosive ordnance disposal and improvised explosive device disposal equipment; Secretariat issue paper 2, on unmanned aerial systems; Secretariat issue paper 3, on modernization of military equipment; Secretariat issue paper 4, on equipment for formed police uni ts; Secretariat issue paper 5, on equipment for specialized police teams; Argentina issue paper 6, on camp units; Argentina issue paper 7, on expandable medical containers; India issue paper 1, on mine-protected vehicles; Spain issue paper 1, on closed- circuit televisions and jammers; and Pakistan issue paper 4, on equipment for rapid deployable battalions (Argentina, Bangladesh, France, India, Morocco, Norway, Pakistan, Senegal, South Africa, Spain, United Republic of Tanzania, United States); (f) Bangladesh issue paper 5, Ghana issue paper 1, Morocco issue paper 1 and Zambia issue paper 2, on loss or damage in transit (Bangladesh, Benin, Ghana, Guinea, Malawi, South Africa, Togo, Zambia); (g) Secretariat issue paper 18, Bangladesh issue paper 1, Senegal issue paper 1 and France issue paper 3, on loss or damage owing to hostile action or forced abandonment (Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Chad, Guinea, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania); (h) Secretariat issue paper 8, Bangladesh issue paper 8 and Pakistan issue paper 2, on rotation of equipment at United Nations expense (Burkina Faso, India, Nigeria, Pakistan, South Africa); (i) Secretariat issue paper 19, Indonesia issue paper 1 and Pakistan issue paper 1, on reimbursement for equipment in units registered in the Peacekeeping Capability Readiness System (Bangladesh, Fiji, Indonesia, Pakistan, United States); (j) Secretariat issue paper 22, on reimbursement for gifted or donated equipment (Burkina Faso, France, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Uganda); (k) Secretariat issue papers 7 and 21, on disposal and repainting of equipment (Argentina, Benin, Burkina Faso, Norway); (l) Ghana issue paper 5, on provision of hangars by the United Nations; (m) Bangladesh issue paper 7 and Brazil issue paper 1, on the costs covered by reimbursement for naval vessels. (...) The sub-working group examined and approved the proposed new equipment lists provided by the Secretariat, as well as updated calculations for generic fair market value (GFMV); maintenance, monthly non-United Nations petroleum, oil and lubricants; painting; and repainting. Recommendations 38. The 2017 Working Group recommended that: (a) The equipment in annex 3 to the present report be added to chapter 8, annex A, of the COE Manual; (b) The term “(jeep type)” from Support Vehicle (military pattern), Truck, utility cargo (jeep type) (under 1.5 tons) in chapter 8, annex A, be deleted; (c) The following be added to chapter 3, annex A, of the COE Manual: 30 alt.
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Score: 1267729.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=A/C.5/71/20&Lang=E
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REFORM OF THE PROCEDURE FOR DETERMINING REIMBURSEMENT TO MEMBER STATES FOR CONTINGENT-OWNED EQUIPMENT : REPORT OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE AND BUDGETARY QUESTIONS
Establish rates for newly standardized major equipment. 4. Painting and repainting of vehicles Different categories of major equipment requiring painting to be grouped into larger groups (reflecting repainting as more expensive); troop contributors will provide Secretariat with necessary data per group to calculate average price (paras. 44-45). Believes only one standard rate for repainting and repainting of equipment should be established.
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Score: 1265249.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/54/826&Lang=E
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TRIENNIAL REVIEW OF THE RATES AND STANDARDS FOR REIMBURSEMENT TO MEMBER STATES FOR CONTINGENT-OWNED EQUIPMENT : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Disposal methods and repainting 33. Troop- and police-contributing countries are currently automatically reimbursed for the cost of repainting major equipment upon repatriation. The Working Group recommended that a provision should be added to the COE Manual to provide assurances that equipment will be properly repainted and all United Nations markings removed at the conclusion of deployment. 4 According to the provision, the United Nations will reimburse troop - and police-contributing countries for the cost of repainting equipment only after receiving official certification from the permanent missions of those countries confirming that the repatriated equipment will not be used for any activity until all United Nations markings have been removed. (...) Disposal methods and repainting To approve changes to the process for reimbursement for the cost of repainting repatriated equipment Recommends approval To approve new requirements for the disposal of non-functional equipment Recommends approval A /7 1 /8 0 2 1 7 -0 2 7 1 8 1 7 /1 8 Item Action to be taken by the General Assembly Secretariat view 19.
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Score: 1262750.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/71/802&Lang=E
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REFORM OF THE PROCEDURES FOR DETERMINING REIMBURSEMENT TO MEMBER STATES FOR CONTINGENT-OWNED EQUIPMENT : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
On 23 June 2000, the Secretariat requested Member States to submit data on major equipment, self-sustainment, painting and repainting costs of major equipment, the monthly maintenance rate for major medical equipment and pre-deployment immunization/post-repatriation medical examination 2 A/55/815 costs by 31 October 2001. (...) Generic reimbursement for painting and repainting of major equipment 7. The Working Group recommended, in paragraph 56 of its report, that standardized rates be adopted for the painting and repainting of major equipment and that the ratio of 1:1.19 for painting to repainting rates be used for current and future special cases. 5. (...) The generic reimbursement for painting and repainting of major equipment will enhance the standardization of the contingent-owned equipment reimbursements.
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Score: 1256977.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/55/815&Lang=E
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