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PROJECT BUDGET COVERING MSA CONTRIBUTION (IN UNITED STATES DOLLARS) COUNTRY: REGIONAL PROJECT NO: RAF14801SF PROJECT TITLE: SAFE GRANT TO RAF14801 (AFRICAN FLIGHT PROCEDURE PROGRAMME) WORK ORDER: RAF14801SF-01 VERSION: 1 w/m $ w/m $ w/m $ SUB-CONTRACTS B803A SUB-CONTRACT - INTERNATIONAL 10 900 10 900 TOTAL (SUB-CONTRACTS) 10 900 10 900 EQUIPMENT B751B NON-EXPENDABLE EQUIPMENT - INTERNATIONAL 57 400 44 900 12 500 TOTAL (EQUIPMENT) 57 400 44 900 12 500 MISCELLANEOUS B807M MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES 1 700 1 100 600 B807F PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE 300 200 100 B754A OVERHEAD CHARGES 4 900 3 200 1 700 TOTAL (MISCELLANEOUS) 6 900 4 500 2 400 PROJECT TOTAL 75 200 49 400 25 800 TOTAL 2015 2016 AFPP-SC/5-WP/4.2- 5 - APPENDIX 2 FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR 2016 Financial Status from accounts: Balance of Surplus (Deficit) as at 1 January 2016 Adjustment - Adjusted Balance of Surplus (Deficit) as at 1 January 2016 Add/(Deduct): Contributions Received (Schedule I) - Transfer of Funds to/from Other Funds (Schedule I) 75,254 Interest Earned and Accrued - Foreign Currency Exchange Gain(Loss) and other Income (Note 5) - Refund of Contributions - Interest Expenses - Refund of Interest Earned - 75,254 75,254 Deduct Expenses (Note 1): Experts (Schedule II) - Administrative Support Personnel (Schedule III) - United Nations Volunteers (Schedule IV) - Travel on Official Business (Schedule V) - Mission Costs (Schedule VI) - National Professionals (Schedule VII) - Subcontracts (Schedule VIII) - Fellowships (Schedule IX) - Equipment (Schedule X) 64,354 Sundry (Schedule XI) - Administrative Overhead (Schedule XII) (Note 2) 4,467 68,822 Fund Balance/(Deficit Balance) as at 31 December 2016 6,432 Statement of Estimated Fund Balance SAFE Grant to RAF14801 (African Flight Procedure Programme) Management Service Agreement RAF14801SF As at 31 December 2016 (in United States dollars) AFPP-SC/5-WP/4.2 - 6 - Deduct outstanding commitments known up to 31 December 2016 (Note 3): Experts (Schedule II) - Administrative Support Personnel (Schedule III) - United Nations Volunteers (Schedule IV) - Travel on Official Business (Schedule V) - Mission Costs (Schedule VI) - National Professionals (Schedule VII) - Subcontracts (Schedule VIII) - Fellowships (Schedule IX) - Equipment (Schedule X) 4,145 Sundry (Schedule XI) - Administrative Overhead (Schedule XII) 421 4,566 Estimated funds available/(required) (Note 4) 1,867 Future Commitments: beyond 31 December 2016 (Note 3): - Estimated funds available/ (required) including future commitments beyond 2016 (Note 4) 1,867 AFPP-SC/5-WP/4.2- 7 - Schedule I Contributions Date Received Customer Currency Currency Amount USD Amount Exchange Rate Description - - Transfer To/From Other Funds Date Received Currency Currency Amount USD Amount Exchange Rate Description 2016/08/02 EUR 57,170 63,452 1.11 Transfer from project RAF14801 to project RAF14801SF 2016/08/02 EUR 10,634 11,802 1.11 Transfer from project RAF14801 to project RAF14801SF 67,804 75,254 Contributions and Transfer of Funds SAFE Grant to RAF14801 (African Flight Procedure Programme) Management Service Agreement RAF14801SF As at 31 December 2016 (in United States dollars) AFPP-SC/5-WP/4.2 - 8 - Schedule X Financial Status From Accounts as at 31 December 2016 Purchase Order Purchase Order No. (...) Administrative Overhead Expense and Estimated Commitments SAFE Grant to RAF14801 (African Flight Procedure Programme) Management Service Agreement RAF14801SF (in United States dollars) Overhead Accounts AFPP-SC/5-WP/4.2 - 10 - APPENDIX 3 FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR 2017 Financial Status from accounts: Balance of Surplus (Deficit) as at 1 January 2017 6,432 Adjustment - Adjusted Balance of Surplus (Deficit) as at 1 January 2017 6,432 Add/(Deduct): Contributions Received (Schedule I) - Transfer of Funds to/from Other Funds (Schedule I) - Interest Earned and Accrued - Foreign Currency Exchange Gain(Loss) and other Income (Note 5) - Refund of Contributions - Interest Expenses - Refund of Interest Earned - - 6,432 Deduct Expenses (Note 1): Experts (Schedule II) - Administrative Support Personnel (Schedule III) - United Nations Volunteers (Schedule IV) - Travel on Official Business (Schedule V) - Mission Costs (Schedule VI) - National Professionals (Schedule VII) - Subcontracts (Schedule VIII) - Fellowships (Schedule IX) - Equipment (Schedule X) - Sundry (Schedule XI) - Administrative Overhead (Schedule XII) (Note 2) - - Fund Balance/(Deficit Balance) as at 31 December 2017 6,432 Statement of Estimated Fund Balance SAFE Grant to RAF14801 (African Flight Procedure Programme) Management Service Agreement RAF14801SF As at 31 December 2017 (in United States dollars) AFPP-SC/5-WP/4.2- 11 - Deduct outstanding commitments known up to 31 December 2017 (Note 3): Experts (Schedule II) - Administrative Support Personnel (Schedule III) - United Nations Volunteers (Schedule IV) - Travel on Official Business (Schedule V) - Mission Costs (Schedule VI) - National Professionals (Schedule VII) - Subcontracts (Schedule VIII) - Fellowships (Schedule IX) - Equipment (Schedule X) 4,145 Sundry (Schedule XI) - Administrative Overhead (Schedule XII) 421 4,566 Estimated funds available/(required) (Note 4) 1,867 Future Commitments: beyond 31 December 2017 (Note 3): - Estimated funds available/ (required) including future commitments beyond 2017 (Note 4) 1,867 AFPP-SC/5-WP/4.2 - 12 - Schedule X Financial Status From Accounts as at 31 December 2017 Purchase Order Purchase Order No. (...) Administrative Overhead Expense and Estimated Commitments SAFE Grant to RAF14801 (African Flight Procedure Programme) Management Service Agreement RAF14801SF (in United States dollars) Overhead Accounts AFPP-SC/5-WP/4.2 - 14 - APPENDIX 4 FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR 2018 Financial Status from accounts: Balance of Surplus (Deficit) as at 1 January 2018 6,432 Adjustment - Adjusted Balance of Surplus (Deficit) as at 1 January 2018 6,432 Add/(Deduct): Contributions Received (Schedule I) - Transfer of Funds to/from Other Funds (Schedule I) - Interest Earned and Accrued - Foreign Currency Exchange Gain(Loss) and other Income (Note 5) - Refund of Contributions - Interest Expenses - Refund of Interest Earned - - 6,432 Deduct Expenses (Note 1): Experts (Schedule II) - Administrative Support Personnel (Schedule III) - United Nations Volunteers (Schedule IV) - Travel on Official Business (Schedule V) - Mission Costs (Schedule VI) - National Professionals (Schedule VII) - Subcontracts (Schedule VIII) - Fellowships (Schedule IX) - Equipment (Schedule X) - Sundry (Schedule XI) - Administrative Overhead (Schedule XII) (Note 2) - - Fund Balance/(Deficit Balance) as at 30 September 2018 6,432 Statement of Estimated Fund Balance SAFE Grant to RAF14801 (African Flight Procedure Programme) Management Service Agreement RAF14801SF As at 30 September 2018 (in United States dollars) AFPP-SC/5-WP/4.2- 15 - Deduct outstanding commitments known up to 31 December 2018 (Note 3): Experts (Schedule II) - Administrative Support Personnel (Schedule III) - United Nations Volunteers (Schedule IV) - Travel on Official Business (Schedule V) - Mission Costs (Schedule VI) - National Professionals (Schedule VII) - Subcontracts (Schedule VIII) - Fellowships (Schedule IX) - Equipment (Schedule X) 4,145 Sundry (Schedule XI) - Administrative Overhead (Schedule XII) 421 4,566 Estimated funds available/(required) (Note 4) 1,867 Future Commitments: beyond 31 December 2018 (Note 3): - Estimated funds available/ (required) including future commitments beyond 2018 (Note 4) 1,867 AFPP-SC/5-WP/4.2 - 16 - Schedule X Financial Status From Accounts as at 30 September 2018 Purchase Order Purchase Order No.
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Score: 642791.5 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Afr...udget%20and%20expenditures.pdf
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These schedules shall cover the following seasonal periods: 12.17 Schedule A: Last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October. 12.18 Schedule B: Last Sunday in October to last Sunday in March. 12.19 Implementation of these schedules shall start at 0100 UTC. 12.20 If an administration considers it necessary to take account of propagation changes during the schedule period, it is recommended, for reasons of spectrum efficiency, that such requirements should be implemented on the following dates: 12.21 first Sunday in May; 12.22 first Sunday in September. 12.23 Implementation of these changes shall start at 0100 UTC on these dates. 12.24 Other start and stop dates within a schedule period may be used to accom- modate requirements that have different schedule periods, e.g. special events, clock changes on different dates not coincident with the schedule period, etc. 12.25 Administrations may include assignments in their schedules up to one year in advance of their use. 12.26 In those cases where an administration does not indicate its requirements for a new seasonal schedule, the Bureau shall use the assignments from the previous corresponding seasonal schedule for this administration for the new schedule period. A note in the schedule shall be used to identify such requirements. (...) The Bureau shall prepare a new consolidated high frequency broadcasting schedule (the Schedule), and shall perform a new compatibility analysis.
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Score: 642650.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/t...cast/HFBC/Documents/RR12-E.pdf
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This would be without prejudice to the rights and obligations of Members under Agreements in Annex 1A of the WTO Agreement. 4. After the schedule annexed to this Protocol relating to a Member has become a Schedule to GATT 1994 pursuant to the provisions of paragraph 1, such Member shall be free at any time to withhold or to withdraw in whole or in part the concession in such Schedule with respect to any product for which the principal supplier is any other Uruguay Round participant the schedule of which has not yet become a Schedule to GATT 1994. (...) Any concessions so withheld or withdrawn shall be applied on and after the day on which the schedule of the Member which has the principal supplying interest becomes a Schedule to GATT 1994. 5. (...) The provisions of this paragraph shall apply only to Egypt, Peru, South Africa and Uruguay. 8. The Schedules annexed hereto are authentic in the English, French or Spanish language as specified in each Schedule. 9.
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This would be without prejudice to the rights and obligations of Members under Agreements in Annex 1A of the WTO Agreement. 4. After the schedule annexed to this Protocol relating to a Member has become a Schedule to GATT 1994 pursuant to the provisions of paragraph 1, such Member shall be free at any time to withhold or to withdraw in whole or in part the concession in such Schedule with respect to any product for which the principal supplier is any other Uruguay Round participant the schedule of which has not yet become a Schedule to GATT 1994. (...) Any concessions so withheld or withdrawn shall be applied on and after the day on which the schedule of the Member which has the principal supplying interest becomes a Schedule to GATT 1994. 5. (...) The provisions of this paragraph shall apply only to Egypt, Peru, South Africa and Uruguay. 8. The Schedules annexed hereto are authentic in the English, French or Spanish language as specified in each Schedule. 9.
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This would be without prejudice to the rights and obligations of Members under Agreements in Annex 1A of the WTO Agreement. 4.   After the schedule annexed to this Protocol relating to a Member has become a Schedule to GATT 1994 pursuant to the provisions of paragraph 1, such Member shall be free at any time to withhold or to withdraw in whole or in part the concession in such Schedule with respect to any product for which the principal supplier is any other Uruguay Round participant the schedule of which has not yet become a Schedule to GATT 1994. (...) Any concessions so withheld or withdrawn shall be applied on and after the day on which the schedule of the Member which has the principal supplying interest becomes a Schedule to GATT 1994. 5.    (...) The provisions of this paragraph shall apply only to Egypt, Peru, South Africa and Uruguay. 8.   The Schedules annexed hereto are authentic in the English, French or Spanish language as specified in each Schedule. 9.   
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Score: 641805.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/docs_e/legal_e/13-mprot_e.htm
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Be it enacted by the President and Parliament as follows- 1 Amendments The Excise Act No.24 of 2002 is amended as set out in the Schedule. 2 Commencement This Act commences on 1 July 2003. 3 SCHEDULE AMENDMENTS OF THE EXCISE ACT NO. 24 OF 2002 1 Schedule 1 (Number 13 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “750 Vt/litre”, substitute “550 Vt/litre”. 2 Schedule 1 (Number 14 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “250 Vt/litre”, substitute “200 Vt/litre”. 3 Schedule 1 (Number 15 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “700 Vt/litre”, substitute “500 Vt/litre”. 4 Schedule 1 (Number 16 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “750 Vt/litre”, substitute “550 Vt/litre”. 5 Schedule 1 (Number 17 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “250 Vt/litre”, substitute “200 Vt/litre”. 6 Schedule 1 (Number 18 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “700 Vt/litre”, substitute “500 Vt/litre”. 7 Schedule 1 (Number 19 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “750 Vt/litre”, substitute “550 Vt/litre”. 8 Schedule 1 (Number 20 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “250 Vt/litre”, substitute “200 Vt/litre”. 9 Schedule 1 (Number 21 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “700 Vt/litre”, substitute “500 Vt/litre”. 10 Schedule 1 (Number 22 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “750 Vt/litre”, substitute “550 Vt/litre”. 11 Schedule 1(Number 23 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “250 Vt/litre”, substitute “200 Vt/litre”. 12 Schedule 1 (Number 24 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “700 Vt/litre”, substitute “500 Vt/litre”. 4 13 Schedule 1 (Number 25 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “750 Vt/litre”, substitute “550 Vt/litre”. 14 Schedule 1 (Number 26 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “250Vt/litre”, substitute “200 Vt/litre”. 15 Schedule 1 (Number 27 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “700 Vt/litre”, substitute “500 Vt/litre”. 16 Schedule 1 (Number 28 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “750 Vt/litre”, substitute “550 Vt/litre”. 17 Schedule 1 (Number 29 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “250 Vt/litre”, substitute “200 Vt/litre. 18 Schedule 1 (Number 30 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “700 Vt/litre”, substitute “500 Vt/litre”. 19 Schedule 1 (Number 31 of the Excisable Products Table) Delete “750 Vt/litre”, substitute “550 Vt/litre”.
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Score: 640918.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vut_e/WTACCVUT14_LEG_14.pdf
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Guidelines for Schedule 2 The following criteria shall be taken into account in considering whether a toxic chemical not listed in Schedule 1 or a precursor to a Schedule 1 chemical or to a chemical listed in Schedule 2, part A, should be included in Schedule 2: It poses a significant risk to the object and purpose of this Convention because it possesses such lethal or incapacitating toxicity as well as other properties that could enable it to be used as a chemical weapon; It may be used as a precursor in one of the chemical reactions at the final stage of formation of a chemical listed in Schedule 1 or Schedule 2, part A; It poses a significant risk to the object and purpose of this Convention by virtue of its importance in the production of a chemical listed in Schedule 1 or Schedule 2, part A; It is not produced in large commercial quantities for purposes not prohibited under this Convention. (...) B. Schedules of Chemicals   The following Schedules list toxic chemicals and their precursors. (...) Schedule 1 Schedule 2 Schedule 3 Annex on Chemicals Annex on Chemicals Schedule 1 Schedule 2 Schedule 3 OPCW OPCW by the Numbers 193 States committed to the Chemical Weapons Convention • 98% of the global population live under the protection of the Convention • 99% of the chemical weapons stockpiles declared by possessor States have been verifiably destroyed • More Numbers Breadcrumb Home Chemical Weapons Convention Annexes Annex on Chemicals Footer menu Legal Contact Copyright © 2022 Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
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Score: 640004.44 - https://www.opcw.org/chemical-...nnex-chemicals/annex-chemicals
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RESTRICTED G/34 GENERAL AGREEMENT ON 6November 1952 General DistributionTARIFFS AND TRADE REPORT OF THE WORKING PARTY ON SCHEDULES 1. The Working Party considered (i) rectifications proposed to the Schedules; (ii) means to give effect to the transposition into the Brussels Nomenclature of Section B of Schedule II (Benelux); and (iii) the question of giving legal status to the Consolidated Schedules, Second Protocol of Rectifications and Modifications to the Schedules 2. (...) The Working Party agreed that the transposition of the Geneva and Torquay Schedules of the Belgian Congo and Ruanda Urundi (Schedule II Section B) should be made effective.by inclusion in a Protocol of Rectitications and Modifications. The Working Party understands that it may later be necessary to introduce certain changes in the transposed schedule and noted that any such rectifications would be made in accordance with the usual procedure for rectification of schedules. 5.
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Score: 639554.83 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90670112.pdf
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CODEVMET AFI SC/2 – WP2.3 2021 (14 pages) RAF16802 sc2_wp2.3 Review of the budget approved by the SC1_v03 Item 2018 Budget 2018 Actual 2018 Diff. 2018 Actual/ budget 2019 Budget 2019 Actual 2019 Diff. 2019 Actual/ budget Expenditures 82,541 26,132 56,409 32% 82,541 6 82,536 0% Project personnel 45,000 23,178 21,822 52% 45,000 45,000 - Senior Aerodrome Expert, Project Coordinator 30,000 30,000 - 30,000 30,000 - Consultants 15,000 23,178 (8,178) 155% 15,000 15,000 - Mission travel 27,000 27,000 - 27,000 27,000 - Local Travel 5,250 5,250 - 5,250 5,250 - International Travel 21,750 21,750 - 21,750 21,750 - Subcontracts 521 (521) - Payment of coffee breaks and lunch during SC/1 - PO 22202519 521 (521) - Miscellaneous 10,541 2,433 8,108 23% 10,541 6 10,536 0% Sundry 1,685 60 4% 1,685 5 1,680 0% Reporting costs 540 540 - 540 540 - Overhead Charges 8,316 2,376 29% 8,316 1 8,316 0% Interest Foreign currency revaluation gain/loss (2) 2 - Contributions (82,541) (54,208) (28,333) 66% (82,541) (82,541) - Annual membership fees Transfer from previous CODEVMET projects (54,208) 54,208 - Transfer from RAF07804 (IFFAS Grant CODEVMET-WACAF) (8,083) 8,083 - Transfer from RAF10802 (Cooperative Development of Aeronautical Meteorology Services in WACAF Region)(46,125) 46,125 - Balance (28,076) 28,076 N/A 6 (6) N/A APPENDIX 1 CODEVMET AFI SC/2 – WP2.3 2021 (14 pages) RAF16802 sc2_wp2.3 Review of the budget approved by the SC1_v03 APPENDIX 2 – FINANCIAL STATEMENT 2018 Financial Status from accounts: Balance of Surplus (Deficit) as at 1 January 2018 119,466 Adjustment - Adjusted Balance of Surplus (Deficit) as at 1 January 2018 119,466 Add/(Deduct): Contributions Received (Schedule I) - Transfer of Funds to/from Other Funds (Schedule I) 54,208 Interest Earned and Accrued - Foreign Currency Exchange Gain(Loss) and other Income (Note 5) 2 Refund of Contributions - Interest Expenses - Refund of Interest Earned - 54,211 173,677 Deduct Expenses (Note 1): Experts (Schedule II) 23,178 Administrative Support Personnel (Schedule III) - United Nations Volunteers (Schedule IV) - Travel on Official Business (Schedule V) - Mission Costs (Schedule VI) - National Professionals (Schedule VII) - Subcontracts (Schedule VIII) 521 Fellowships (Schedule IX) - Equipment (Schedule X) - Sundry (Schedule XI) 60 Administrative Overhead (Schedule XII) (Note 2) 2,376 26,135 Fund Balance/(Deficit Balance) as at 31 December 2018 147,542 Statement of Estimated Fund Balance Cooperative Development of Aeronautical Meteorology Services in the AFI Region Management Service Agreement RAF16802 As at 31 December 2018 (in United States dollars) CODEVMET AFI SC/2 – WP2.3 2021 (14 pages) RAF16802 sc2_wp2.3 Review of the budget approved by the SC1_v03 Schedule I Contributions Date Received Customer Currency Currency Amount USD Amount Exchange Rate Description - - Transfer To/From Other Funds Date Received Currency Currency Amount USD Amount Exchange Rate Description 2018/07/30 USD 46,125 46,125 1 Transfer from project RAF10802 to project RAF16802 2018/07/30 USD 8,073 8,073 1 Transfer from project RAF07804 to project RAF16802 2018/07/30 USD 10 10 1 Transfer from project RAF07804 to project RAF16802 54,208 54,208 Contributions and Transfer of Funds Cooperative Development of Aeronautical Meteorology Services in the AFI Region Management Service Agreement RAF16802 As at 31 December 2018 (in United States dollars) CODEVMET AFI SC/2 – WP2.3 2021 (14 pages) RAF16802 sc2_wp2.3 Review of the budget approved by the SC1_v03 Schedule VIII Financial Status From Accounts as at 31 December 2018 Purchase Order Purchase Order No. (...) Description Amount of Overhead 22202519 52 Total 52 Other Administrative Overhead Total Expenses 2,376 Payment of coffee breaks & lunch during CODEVMET AFI steering committee 7-8 Feb. 2018 Administrative Overhead Expense and Estimated Commitments Cooperative Development of Aeronautical Meteorology Services in the AFI Region Management Service Agreement RAF16802 (in United States dollars) Overhead Accounts CODEVMET AFI SC/2 – WP2.3 2021 (14 pages) RAF16802 sc2_wp2.3 Review of the budget approved by the SC1_v03 APPENDIX 3 – FINANCIAL STATEMENT 2019 Financial Status from accounts: Balance of Surplus (Deficit) as at 1 January 2019 147,542 Adjustment - Adjusted Balance of Surplus (Deficit) as at 1 January 2019 147,542 Add/(Deduct): Contributions Received (Schedule I) - Transfer of Funds to/from Other Funds (Schedule I) - Interest Earned and Accrued - Foreign Currency Exchange Gain(Loss) and other Income (Note 5) - Refund of Contributions - Interest Expenses - Refund of Interest Earned - - 147,542 Deduct Expenses (Note 1): Experts (Schedule II) - Administrative Support Personnel (Schedule III) - United Nations Volunteers (Schedule IV) - Travel on Official Business (Schedule V) - Mission Costs (Schedule VI) - National Professionals (Schedule VII) - Subcontracts (Schedule VIII) - Fellowships (Schedule IX) - Equipment (Schedule X) - Sundry (Schedule XI) 5 Administrative Overhead (Schedule XII) (Note 2) 1 6 Fund Balance/(Deficit Balance) as at 31 December 2019 147,536 (in United States dollars) Statement of Estimated Fund Balance Cooperative Development of Aeronautical Meteorology Services in the AFI Region Management Service Agreement RAF16802 As at 31 December 2019 CODEVMET AFI SC/2 – WP2.3 2021 Schedule XI Financial Status From Accounts as at 31 December 2019 Purchase Order Purchase Order No. (...) Description Amount of Overhead Total - Other Administrative Overhead Total Expenses 1 Administrative Overhead Expense and Estimated Commitments Cooperative Development of Aeronautical Meteorology Services in the AFI Region Management Service Agreement RAF16802 (in United States dollars) Overhead Accounts CODEVMET AFI SC/2 – WP2.3 2021 APPENDIX 4 – FINANCIAL STATEMENT 2020 Financial Status from accounts: Balance of Surplus (Deficit) as at 1 January 2020 147,536 Adjustment - Adjusted Balance of Surplus (Deficit) as at 1 January 2020 147,536 Add/(Deduct): Contributions Received (Schedule I) - Transfer of Funds to/from Other Funds (Schedule I) - Interest Earned and Accrued - Foreign Currency Exchange Gain(Loss) and other Income (Note 5) - Refund of Contributions - Interest Expenses - Refund of Interest Earned - - 147,536 Deduct Expenses (Note 1): Experts (Schedule II) - Administrative Support Personnel (Schedule III) - United Nations Volunteers (Schedule IV) - Travel on Official Business (Schedule V) - Mission Costs (Schedule VI) - National Professionals (Schedule VII) - Subcontracts (Schedule VIII) - Fellowships (Schedule IX) - Equipment (Schedule X) - Sundry (Schedule XI) - Administrative Overhead (Schedule XII) (Note 2) - - Fund Balance/(Deficit Balance) as at 31 December 2020 147,536 (in United States dollars) Statement of Estimated Fund Balance Cooperative Development of Aeronautical Meteorology Services in the AFI Region Management Service Agreement RAF16802 As at 31 December 2020 CODEVMET AFI SC/2 – WP2.3 2021 APPENDIX 5 – FINANCIAL STATEMENT MARCH 2021 Financial Status from accounts: Balance of Surplus (Deficit) as at 1 January 2021 147,536 Adjustment - Adjusted Balance of Surplus (Deficit) as at 1 January 2021 147,536 Add/(Deduct): Contributions Received (Schedule I) - Transfer of Funds to/from Other Funds (Schedule I) - Interest Earned and Accrued - Foreign Currency Exchange Gain(Loss) and other Income (Note 5) - Refund of Contributions - Interest Expenses - Refund of Interest Earned - - 147,536 Deduct Expenses (Note 1): Experts (Schedule II) - Administrative Support Personnel (Schedule III) - United Nations Volunteers (Schedule IV) - Travel on Official Business (Schedule V) - Mission Costs (Schedule VI) - National Professionals (Schedule VII) - Subcontracts (Schedule VIII) - Fellowships (Schedule IX) - Equipment (Schedule X) - Sundry (Schedule XI) - Administrative Overhead (Schedule XII) (Note 2) - - Fund Balance/(Deficit Balance) as at 31 March 2021 147,536 (in United States dollars) Statement of Estimated Fund Balance Cooperative Development of Aeronautical Meteorology Services in the AFI Region Management Service Agreement RAF16802 As at 31 March 2021
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Score: 639442.1 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...roved%20by%20the%20SC1_v03.pdf
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GENERAL AGREEMENT ON C/6 19 October 1965 TARIFFS AND TRADE Limited Distribution COUNCIL Original: English 19 -October 1965 UNITED STATES TARIFF CLASSIFICATION ASCORRECTED BY ENACTMENT OFTHETARIFFSCHEDULES TECHNICAL Request for a Finding of Special Circumstances under Paragraph 4 of Article XXVIII and Amendment of the Decision of 20 July 1963 as Extended (Statement Submitted by the Representative ofthe United States) On 7 October 1965 President Johnson signed the Tariff Schedules Technical Amendments Act of 1965 which provides for changes in the Tariff Schedules of the United States "to correct certain errors" brought about in the adoption of these schedules. (...) The result of these deliberations, which lasted nearly two years, was the Tariff Schedules Technical Amendments -Act of 1965. The Tariff Schedules TechnicalAmendments Act contains eighty-six substantive provisions. (...) Enactment of the Techmical Amendments Act will benefit all contracting parties by resolving issues with respect to the United States tariff schedules which have impeded trade since the inception of the revised schedules.
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