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Recognise complexities – the simplest approach may not be the most effective E.g. For some populations vulnerability issues linked to socio-economic issues. Can the intervention include skills building for income earning? (...) Recognise complexities – the simplest approach may not be the most effective Best if DRR intervention is in context of development rather than a stand alone initiative Engaging the Community 9.
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Score: 1393032.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/E...0CTO%202006%20Preparedness.pdf
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 Page 138 - ITU Journal Future and evolving technologies Volume 2 (2021), Issue 3 – Internet of Bio-Nano Things for health applications           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 138 - ITU Journal Future and evolving technologies Volume 2 (2021), Issue 3 – Internet of Bio-Nano Things for health applications P. 138 ITU Journal on Future and Evolving Technologies, Volume 2 (2021), Issue 3 whose integration yields the closed-form solution: biological reason. 2 2 ( ) = [− ∫ ( + + [1 − 2 ]) ] 0 ( ) With = and by specifying the upper limit by “T” the net charge that is transported by the bacteria 2 with the change ( ) = + + [1 − 2 ], then Eq. 32 2 can be written in compact form as: ( , ) = [− ( )]. ( ) With this result, now the electric current that Fig. 4 – The instantaneous current as a function of radial involves a more general electric description of distance (Eq.36), expressed in in arbitrary units. Two phases bacteria aggregation transporting ions is given by can be perceived. the instantaneous derivative of Eq. 33 and written Below in Fig. 5 the simplest scenario of Eq. 35 as: written as I(t)=tExp(-t) is illustrated. (...) Clearly, it is directly interpreted as the inverse scenario of Fig. 4 establishing a kind of On the other hand in the simplest case by which " " complementarity with it.
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Score: 1365815.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page138.html
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Internal Audit and Investigations Group Internal audit and investigations activities in 2019 Annex 1 Unresolved audit recommendations issued more than 18 months before 31 December 2019 Functional area/audit recommendation description 1. To mitigate the risk of easily guessed passwords facilitating unauthorised access there are two potential solutions: a) to introduce additional authentication controls (i.e. two-factor authentication); and b) to activate a "strong password policy". The simplest and cheapest solution is the introduction of a "strong password policy".
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Score: 1296971.3 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...ion/DPOPS2020-2_Annex%201.docx
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Infographic: Get the facts on handwashing | UNICEF Skip to main content Toggle navigation English Français Español العربية 中文 High contrast Press Centre Donate Meganav - EN What we do Focus areas All areas Adolescent development Child protection Child rights Children with disabilities Climate change and environment COVID-19 response Early childhood development Education Gender Health Humanitarian emergencies Immunization Migrant and refugee children Nutrition Social and behaviour change Social policy Water, sanitation and hygiene How we do it Innovation Partnerships Supply and logistics Humanitarian Action for Children Global advocacy Action on the climate crisis Better mental health: #OnMyMind Child health and survival Children under attack Tackling the learning crisis RESEARCH AND REPORTS Publications The State of the World’s Children Annual Report Humanitarian Action for Children Publications by topic Data Data by topic and country Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICs) Policy and research Insight and Policy Research - Innocenti Child rights and global goals Convention on the Rights of the Child Core Commitments for Children Sustainable Development Goals STORIES Stories and explainers Stories of impact Issue explainers Photography Emergencies spotlight All emergencies Afghanistan COVID-19 Rohingya refugees Syria Ukraine Yemen Voices UNICEF Blog Voices of Youth Evidence for Action blog About UNICEF About us Who we are History Results Strategic Plan Transparency and accountability Audit and Investigation Work with us Our people Executive leadership Executive Board Goodwill Ambassadors Where we work All locations East Asia and Pacific Eastern and Southern Africa Europe and Central Asia Latin America and the Caribbean Middle East and North Africa South Asia West and Central Africa Child rights and global goals Convention on the Rights of the Child Sustainable Development Goals TAKE ACTION Get involved Work with us Partner with us Donate Volunteer Spotlight World Children's Day Action on the climate crisis Better mental health: #OnMyMind Tackling the learning crisis Child health and survival Communities UNICEF Parenting Voices of Youth U-Report Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Infographic: Get the facts on handwashing Handwashing with soap is one of the simplest ways to keep children healthy. UNICEF UNICEF/UN0236702/Schermbrucker Available in: English Español العربية 中文 15 October 2018 Clean hands are a recipe for good health. In the places where children are born and where they develop, at home, in hospitals and at school, handwashing with soap is one of the simplest ways of keeping them healthy. See below key messages and fast facts to help you develop materials to celebrate Global Handwashing Day – 15 October.  
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Score: 1237601 - https://www.unicef.org/stories...ographic-get-facts-handwashing
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Measuring completeness • At its simplest, measuring completeness is simply the proportion of registered events compared with the “truth”. • Each of the methods subsequently outlined provide a different approaches to estimating the “true” number of events against which our registered events are then compared. • The approaches to measuring completeness fall into four primary categories – – Direct comparison with a “gold standard” – a source that is considered to be “true” – Direct survey of registration completeness – Comparison with an expected distribution of events (deaths) by age – Comparison with other sources which may also not be complete. (...) Direct comparison with a standard • The simplest measure of completeness • Direct comparison of the registered events with a second independent source such as national census or use UN estimates from the Demographic Yearbook • Commonly used for assessing systems that do not have full national coverage such as hospital births or deaths where the Health Information System or ward records may provide an alternative source of data. • At its simplest, where the census has estimated an actual number of events (births or deaths), the calculation is simply the registered events divided by the reported events in the independent source for the same period multiplied by 100 to derive a percentage. (...) Multi-source record-linkage • The simplest version of this technique, assumes a closed system with independence between the two sources and that all vital events have the same probability of being captured. • The two source capture-recapture model can be summarised with a two-by-two contingency table where the aim is to estimate the missing value, X, which then allows for a simple estimation of the total population.
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Score: 1225656.4 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...ge%20and%20completeness-v2.pdf
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Description Farmers from the agricultural region of Soroti had to import even the simplest agricultural machinery and tools for their daily work. (...) SAIMMCO products include ox ploughs and carts, hammer mills, oil presses, rice hullers and nut shellers. Issues Addressed Industry and Capacity Building. Results Achieved SAIMMCO is the only workshop within a radius of 200 miles (320 km) that can provide serious engineering and manufacturing services including spare parts production.
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Score: 1153776.7 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...cess_stories/csd6/agricult.htm
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page Frugal Innovation Where innovation changes more for less “We can do things differently, and we can do different things… Innovation is not only the most sophisticated technologies, sometimes it’s the simplest of things.” United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres Preventing disease and promoting hand-washing through simple devices made with low-cost salvaged materials.  (...) The places in which UNICEF works demands frugal innovation, turning constraints into advantages and making the simplest of innovations into invaluable inventions and developments for the people who need them most.
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Score: 1149186.2 - https://www.unicef.org/innovation/frugal
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Presentazione di PowerPoint Italian Ministry of communications 1 Workshop on Market Mechanisms for Spectrum Workshop on Market Mechanisms for Spectrum Management Management -- SpeakerSpeaker ITU/FUB Geneva 22ITU/FUB Geneva 22--23 January 200723 January 2007 Presented by Francesco TroisiPresented by Francesco Troisi General Director for frequency management and planningGeneral Director for frequency management and planning Italian Ministry of communications 2 Italian way in spectrum management and Italian way in spectrum management and planningplanning The bodies involved in Italy in the spectrum management and The bodies involved in Italy in the spectrum management and planning are:planning are: Ministry of communication entitled for spectrum allocation Ministry of communication entitled for spectrum allocation and for private and public services frequency assignment for and for private and public services frequency assignment for civil utilisation and for the elaboration of the assignment civil utilisation and for the elaboration of the assignment plans apart of broadcasting services plans apart of broadcasting services Ministry of defence entitled of the management of Ministry of defence entitled of the management of frequencies for military and public safety applications frequencies for military and public safety applications Authority of telecommunications entitled of frequency Authority of telecommunications entitled of frequency planning for broadcasting services planning for broadcasting services Italian Ministry of communications 3 Italian way in spectrum management and Italian way in spectrum management and planningplanning The main tool for manage the frequencies allocation is the The main tool for manage the frequencies allocation is the Piano Nazionale di Ripartizione delle Frequenze (PNRFPiano Nazionale di Ripartizione delle Frequenze (PNRF)) The PNRF is a Ministerial Decree that is fully updated The PNRF is a Ministerial Decree that is fully updated every three years and in particular after the conclusion of a every three years and in particular after the conclusion of a WRCWRC The procedure of a partial or complete updating of the The procedure of a partial or complete updating of the PNRF is performed through a previous consultation with PNRF is performed through a previous consultation with all the parties interested in the frequency utilisationall the parties interested in the frequency utilisation Italian Ministry of communications 4 Main issues related to the spectrum Main issues related to the spectrum management in Italymanagement in Italy Participation to the international foraParticipation to the international fora Coordination with neighbouring countriesCoordination with neighbouring countries Market surveillance to grant that the Market surveillance to grant that the apparatus are fit to meet the scope of using apparatus are fit to meet the scope of using the spectrum in an efficient way the spectrum in an efficient way Spectrum monitoring to grant that every Spectrum monitoring to grant that every operator, entitled of a frequency right of use, operator, entitled of a frequency right of use, will use the resource under the conditions will use the resource under the conditions stated by authorisations stated by authorisations Italian Ministry of communications 5 Main issues related to the spectrum Main issues related to the spectrum management in Italymanagement in Italy The Ministry of communications performs The Ministry of communications performs both market surveillance and spectrum both market surveillance and spectrum monitoring trough a network of local monitoring trough a network of local offices, equipped with mobile and fixed offices, equipped with mobile and fixed measurement laboratories. (...) what is the extend of regulation to be settled what is the extend of regulation to be settled in order to avoid unnecessary constrains on in order to avoid unnecessary constrains on the development of new applicationsthe development of new applications the amount ofthe amount of harmonization really harmonization really necessary to grant the users and the necessary to grant the users and the manufactures and contemporary to avoid manufactures and contemporary to avoid the exclusion from the market of new and the exclusion from the market of new and more efficient technologiesmore efficient technologies Italian Ministry of communications 11 A look from the point of view of the userA look from the point of view of the user independently of is technical skill ness, the independently of is technical skill ness, the user needs to access in the simplest way the user needs to access in the simplest way the information networks, without the need to information networks, without the need to retune or change its terminal while retune or change its terminal while travelling from a national network to travelling from a national network to anotheranother: in few words interoperability at : in few words interoperability at the the higher level possiblehigher level possible Italian Ministry of communications 12 A look from the point of view of A look from the point of view of manufacturers and operatorsmanufacturers and operators to have a market as huge as possible, and to have a market as huge as possible, and this can be obtained only with an economy this can be obtained only with an economy of scale able to widen the market for a of scale able to widen the market for a terminal or an applicationterminal or an application Italian Ministry of communications 13 Harmonization or liberalisation? (...) Request for flexibility in frequency allocation: main issues An obvious (?) consideration What the real problem is?
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Score: 1144795.2 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/st...%20-%20presentazione%20itu.pdf
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This effort is considerably hindered by the lack of uniformity between issuing States as to what a passport number is, and how to relate the stolen numbered book to its further illegal use. 2. PASSPORT NUMBER SOURCES 2.1 The simplest and most straightforward method is to use the number assigned to the book by the book printer as the passport number assigned to the holder. (...) ACTION BY THE TAG/MRTD 3.1 The TAG-MRTD is invited to respond to these considerations by establishing a recommended practice that: Machine Readable Passports should not be issued using the unique personal identifier used by states as their National ID number.
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Score: 1142114.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...Mrtd-15/TagMrtd15_WP019_en.pdf
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Damascus hosts Arab States’ preparatory meeting for WTDC-10 Emergency telecommunications Online WSIS Stocktaking platform measures the information society Mobile cellular subscriptions to reach 5 billion worldwide in 2010 Kaleidoscope 2010 Bridging the standardization gap Accessibility Operators unite to deliver mobile applications to over 3 billion users New high-power processors from IBM Intel announces "single-chip cloud computer" Official announcements Meeting with the Secretary-General Advertisers Past Issues ITU at a glance Mobile cellular subscriptions to reach 5 billion worldwide in 2010     Photo credit: © Alamy ITU predicts that mobile phone subscriptions will reach 5 billion worldwide in 2010, up from an estimated 4.6 billion at the end of 2009 (see Figure 1). (...) Touré said that “even the simplest, low-end mobile phone can do so much to improve health care in the developing world.”
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Score: 1122785.9 - https://www.itu.int/net/itunews/issues/2010/02/23.aspx
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