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Food and Livelihood Security The Nagara River is home to a thriving inland fishery industry that centers on the ayu, accounting for the second greatest yield among all rivers in Japan. (...) Repeated flood of the Nagara River brought fertile soil and sand to agricultural lands along the river. (...) In summer, children enjoy swimming, some people enjoy ayu fishing and some people enjoy rafting or river climbing in the Nagara River and its tributary.
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Score: 1632702.8 - https://www.fao.org/giahs/giah...ystem/detailed-information/en/
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Food and Livelihood Security The Nagara River is home to a thriving inland fishery industry that centers on the ayu, accounting for the second greatest yield among all rivers in Japan. (...) Repeated flood of the Nagara River brought fertile soil and sand to agricultural lands along the river. (...) In summer, children enjoy swimming, some people enjoy ayu fishing and some people enjoy rafting or river climbing in the Nagara River and its tributary.
Language:English
Score: 1632702.8 - https://www.fao.org/giahs/giah...ystem/detailed-information/ru/
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Here are some key events of this unfolding drama. After fleeing on rafts across the Naf River to Bangladesh on November 12, refugees trek towards Noaya Para Ghat, where they will stay for the night before being moved to a nearby refugee camp. © UNHCR/Andrew McConnell By UNHCR staff  |  01 December 2017   |   Español   |   Français   |   عربي   The influx of Rohingya refugees to Bangladesh has reached staggering proportions, dominating the headlines amid international outcry. (...) Oral cholera vaccines are given to Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold Laila Begum, 30, and her children open an aid pack – including a solar lantern, phone charger, blankets, tarpaulin and kitchen set – at Kutupalong refugee camp on November 20. © UNHCR/Andrew McConnell Scenes of daily life and food distribution in Unchiprang refugee camp. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold In late October, plans got under way to reduce overcrowding by moving 5,000 refugees to a newly opened site within Kutupalong Extension. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold Hundreds of Rohingya refugees cross the Naf River on makeshift rafts fleeing their homeland in Myanmar towards Teknaf, in Bangladesh (...) In early November , thousands of Rohingya are stranded in Myanmar waiting to cross the Naf River to Bangladesh. Unable to pay for the crossing, a flotilla of 30 improvised rafts - made from bamboo poles and jerry cans lashed together with rope - cross the river estuary to Bangladesh on November 17 as refugee numbers top 620,000.
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Score: 1610700.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-us/ne...-timeline-rohingya-crisis.html
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Here are some key events of this unfolding drama. After fleeing on rafts across the Naf River to Bangladesh on November 12, refugees trek towards Noaya Para Ghat, where they will stay for the night before being moved to a nearby refugee camp. © UNHCR/Andrew McConnell By UNHCR staff  |  01 December 2017   |   Español   |   Français   |   عربي   The influx of Rohingya refugees to Bangladesh has reached staggering proportions, dominating the headlines amid international outcry. (...) Oral cholera vaccines are given to Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold Laila Begum, 30, and her children open an aid pack – including a solar lantern, phone charger, blankets, tarpaulin and kitchen set – at Kutupalong refugee camp on November 20. © UNHCR/Andrew McConnell Scenes of daily life and food distribution in Unchiprang refugee camp. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold In late October, plans got under way to reduce overcrowding by moving 5,000 refugees to a newly opened site within Kutupalong Extension. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold Hundreds of Rohingya refugees cross the Naf River on makeshift rafts fleeing their homeland in Myanmar towards Teknaf, in Bangladesh (...) In early November , thousands of Rohingya are stranded in Myanmar waiting to cross the Naf River to Bangladesh. Unable to pay for the crossing, a flotilla of 30 improvised rafts - made from bamboo poles and jerry cans lashed together with rope - cross the river estuary to Bangladesh on November 17 as refugee numbers top 620,000.
Language:English
Score: 1610700.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/news/sto...-timeline-rohingya-crisis.html
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Here are some key events of this unfolding drama. After fleeing on rafts across the Naf River to Bangladesh on November 12, refugees trek towards Noaya Para Ghat, where they will stay for the night before being moved to a nearby refugee camp. © UNHCR/Andrew McConnell By UNHCR staff  |  01 December 2017   |   Español   |   Français   |   عربي   The influx of Rohingya refugees to Bangladesh has reached staggering proportions, dominating the headlines amid international outcry. (...) Oral cholera vaccines are given to Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold Laila Begum, 30, and her children open an aid pack – including a solar lantern, phone charger, blankets, tarpaulin and kitchen set – at Kutupalong refugee camp on November 20. © UNHCR/Andrew McConnell Scenes of daily life and food distribution in Unchiprang refugee camp. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold In late October, plans got under way to reduce overcrowding by moving 5,000 refugees to a newly opened site within Kutupalong Extension. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold Hundreds of Rohingya refugees cross the Naf River on makeshift rafts fleeing their homeland in Myanmar towards Teknaf, in Bangladesh (...) In early November , thousands of Rohingya are stranded in Myanmar waiting to cross the Naf River to Bangladesh. Unable to pay for the crossing, a flotilla of 30 improvised rafts - made from bamboo poles and jerry cans lashed together with rope - cross the river estuary to Bangladesh on November 17 as refugee numbers top 620,000.
Language:English
Score: 1610700.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/uk/news/...-timeline-rohingya-crisis.html
Data Source: un
Here are some key events of this unfolding drama. After fleeing on rafts across the Naf River to Bangladesh on November 12, refugees trek towards Noaya Para Ghat, where they will stay for the night before being moved to a nearby refugee camp. © UNHCR/Andrew McConnell By UNHCR staff  |  01 December 2017   |   Español   |   Français   |   عربي   The influx of Rohingya refugees to Bangladesh has reached staggering proportions, dominating the headlines amid international outcry. (...) Oral cholera vaccines are given to Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold Laila Begum, 30, and her children open an aid pack – including a solar lantern, phone charger, blankets, tarpaulin and kitchen set – at Kutupalong refugee camp on November 20. © UNHCR/Andrew McConnell Scenes of daily life and food distribution in Unchiprang refugee camp. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold In late October, plans got under way to reduce overcrowding by moving 5,000 refugees to a newly opened site within Kutupalong Extension. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold Hundreds of Rohingya refugees cross the Naf River on makeshift rafts fleeing their homeland in Myanmar towards Teknaf, in Bangladesh (...) In early November , thousands of Rohingya are stranded in Myanmar waiting to cross the Naf River to Bangladesh. Unable to pay for the crossing, a flotilla of 30 improvised rafts - made from bamboo poles and jerry cans lashed together with rope - cross the river estuary to Bangladesh on November 17 as refugee numbers top 620,000.
Language:English
Score: 1610700.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-au/ne...-timeline-rohingya-crisis.html
Data Source: un
Here are some key events of this unfolding drama. After fleeing on rafts across the Naf River to Bangladesh on November 12, refugees trek towards Noaya Para Ghat, where they will stay for the night before being moved to a nearby refugee camp. © UNHCR/Andrew McConnell By UNHCR staff  |  01 December 2017   |   Español   |   Français   |   عربي   The influx of Rohingya refugees to Bangladesh has reached staggering proportions, dominating the headlines amid international outcry. (...) Oral cholera vaccines are given to Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold Laila Begum, 30, and her children open an aid pack – including a solar lantern, phone charger, blankets, tarpaulin and kitchen set – at Kutupalong refugee camp on November 20. © UNHCR/Andrew McConnell Scenes of daily life and food distribution in Unchiprang refugee camp. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold In late October, plans got under way to reduce overcrowding by moving 5,000 refugees to a newly opened site within Kutupalong Extension. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold Hundreds of Rohingya refugees cross the Naf River on makeshift rafts fleeing their homeland in Myanmar towards Teknaf, in Bangladesh (...) In early November , thousands of Rohingya are stranded in Myanmar waiting to cross the Naf River to Bangladesh. Unable to pay for the crossing, a flotilla of 30 improvised rafts - made from bamboo poles and jerry cans lashed together with rope - cross the river estuary to Bangladesh on November 17 as refugee numbers top 620,000.
Language:English
Score: 1610700.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-ie/ne...-timeline-rohingya-crisis.html
Data Source: un
UNIFICATION OF PROCEDURES AND RULES FOR THE SURVEY OF INLAND NAVIGATION VESSELS / TRANSMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION AND UKRAINE
GE.95-24978 (E) TRANS/SC.3/WP.3/R.53/Add.5 page 2 RUSSIAN FEDERATION INSTRUCTIONS ON THE PROCEDURE FOR INSPECTION OF VESSELS BY EMPLOYEES OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION STATE RIVER NAVIGATION INSPECTORATE 1. GENERAL 1.1 Pursuant to the Regulations on the Russian Federation State River Navigation Inspectorate approved by the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation on 18 September 1992, the employees of shipping inspectorates are required to: Inspect vessels (barge assemblies, rafts) operated on the shipping routes of the Russian Federation, irrespective of the government department responsible for them (Ministry of Defence vessels excepted) and their form of ownership, and instruct the owners and crews to remedy any shortcomings discovered during inspection; Halt movements of vessels (barge assemblies, rafts) not carrying full crews, lacking seaworthiness certificates, not equipped in accordance with the Rules, norms and standards in force, or in a condition that threatens the safety of the persons and property aboard or the safety of navigation of other vessels (barge assemblies, rafts) or hydraulic structures. 1.2 These Instructions establish the procedure for and extent of the inspections performed on vessels (barge assemblies), and apply to vessels subject to registration (listing) with the State River Navigation Inspectorate and to Russian twin-mode (river/seagoing) vessels. 1.3 Vessels of the Navy Department shall be inspected in accordance with the interdepartmental Protocol of 12 October 1987 on the conditions to be met by seagoing vessels when they navigate on the inland waterways of the Russian Federation. 1.4 Foreign vessels, including vessels from CIS countries, shall be inspected in accordance with the Protocol of 12 October 1987 and letter No. 53, dated 9 September 1993, from the Department of River Transport. 1.5 Navigation by foreign vessels on the inland waterways of the Russian Federation shall be governed by international shipping agreements and other governmental decisions on the subject. 2. (...) The inspection report shall be drawn up in duplicate and signed by an employee of the State River Navigation Inspectorate for the river system concerned and by the captain (or first mate). (...) The report shall indicate if the vessel must be presented for inspection to employees of the State River Navigation Inspectorate for the river system concerned or the Russian River Registry following confirmation of the shortcomings discovered.
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Score: 1526146.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...NS/SC.3/WP.3/R.53/ADD.5&Lang=E
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Commonly referred to as "rafts”, FADs are floating structures anchored by ropes to the seafloor in the open sea. (...) This not only results in damage due to high pressure on the instruments attached to the FAD but also prevents fishers from finding their fishing grounds. Finally, although “rafts” are set for the benefit of the artisanal fishers, in the absence of legislations, recreation and sports fishing boats can fish around FADs and compete with the artisanal fishers who depend on catches for a living. An artisanal fisher off the coasts of Black River. Photo : Stephane Bellerose @ UNDP Mauritius Contributions of the Mauritius ECOFISH Project to communities.
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Score: 1498744.3 - https://www.undp.org/mauritius...fe-artisanal-fishers-mauritius
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The landscape is dominated by mountains up to 1000 m, broad valleys of the main rivers Enns and Salza and deep gorges of its tributaries. (...) The landscape is dominated by mountains up to 1000 m in elevation, broad valleys of the rivers Enns and Salza with deep gorges of their tributaries. (...) On the landscape, moraines and river terraces are witnesses of the Great Ice Age.
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Score: 1413818.9 - https://en.unesco.org/global-geoparks/Styrian-Eisenwurzen
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