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Although there are few texts referring to the obscure beginnings of Hatra, it seems that a smallish Assyrian settlement grew up in the 3rd century BC becoming a fortress and a trading centre.
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Score: 1561204.5 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...mes/world-heritage-sites/hatra
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He said that because “speech after speech” in the heads of delegations meeting had been about the Singapore issues — trade and investment, trade and competition policy, transparency in government procurement, trade facilitation — his first consultation with a smallish group of participants had been about this group of subjects.
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Score: 1281656.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...t_e/min03_e/min03_14sept_e.htm
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The “Small/SIDS/remote countries (SR)” is the group with lower trade costs, followed by “Mostly agricultural economies: Biggish (MAEB)”, “Agricul- tural economies that are industrializing (AEI)” Figure 7 Average cost to export in LDCs groups (US$ per container) Source: World Development Indicators (World Bank) 9 CDP POLICY RE VIE W NO. 1 Figure 8 Average time to export (days) Source: World Development Indicators (World Bank) and “Mostly agricultural economies: smallish no landlocked (SNLL)”. On the other hand, “Most- ly agricultural economies: smallish and landlocked (SLL)” is the group with higher trade costs, followed by “Countries at war (CW)” and “Oil/mining coun- tries (MC)”. (...) AID FOR TR ADE: BUILDING PRODUC TIVE AND TR ADE C APACITIES IN LDCS 1 0 Percentage of AfT received by LDCs groups AfT over ODA received by LDCs groups AfT per capita by LDCs groups (constant 2013 dollars)(average in 2013 constant prices) (average in 2013 constant prices) 2006-2009 2010-2013 2006-2009 2010-2013 2006-2009 2010-2013 Countries at war (CW) 24.85 24.15 24.3 28.3 14.7 18.4 Oil/mining countries (MC) 9.07 8.83 23.7 23.8 8.5 10.5 Small/remote (SR) 1.76 1.86 15.3 22.3 116.3 107.2 Mostly agricultural econ- omies Biggish (MAEB) 28.13 26.95 39.5 45.1 8.9 10.5 Smallish no landlocked (SNL) 5.51 5.99 28.2 42.8 12.7 15.8 Smallish landlocked (SLL) 4.96 4.67 40.7 48.1 9.7 11.8 Agricultural economies that are industrializing (AEI) 17.14 15.14 36.8 32.7 16.2 24.3 Agricultural economies strongly tertiarized (AET) 8.55 12.37 26.2 37.8 25.4 50.2 TOTAL 100 100 Table 1 Average time to export (days) It is important to ascertain whether the allocation process of AfT resources takes into account rea- sonable criteria based on the severity of the trade costs faced by each country and, complementari- ly, on country’s capacities and resources, measured through its level of development.
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Score: 1254883.7 - https://www.un.org/development...lication/CDP-review-2016-1.pdf
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TECHNICAL COOPERATION IN STATISTICS : NOTE
As "section heads" they will be expected to look after a budget that might range from a smallish to a very sizeable sum; to manage a group of people - as many as 50 in some cases - and to be accountable for an operation, errors in which could result in considerable awkwardness for the agency.
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Score: 1185422.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=E/CN.3/1995/23&Lang=E
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Toilets help keep children, especially girls, in school In Benue communities, children are helping to drive positive change by promoting toilet use among their peers. (...) Mimidoo’s case is a good example of how access to toilets can help reduce suffering and shame among women and girls, who often leave school when there are no toilets available. (...) In Africa, half of young girls who drop out of school do so because their school doesn’t have basic toilets. Lack of toilets puts women and girls at risk of shame and makes them a target for sexual assault.
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Score: 1105018.4 - https://www.unicef.org/nigeria...ildren-especially-girls-school
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I commend the choice of the theme for this year’s commemoration, “Toilets and Jobs”. This gives us an opportunity to address social and economic issues relating to having or not having adequate toilets. (...) Providing toilets can mean providing jobs to build, install and maintain them. (...) I can report that  dry toilets do work.  In my hometown in Grenada, we suffer a lack of adequate public toilets and I look forward to innovations such as dry toilets to reach this community.
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Score: 1101439.7 - https://www.un.org/pga/71/2016...-commemorate-world-toilet-day/
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Many of my clients have made similar payments for toilet installation after that.” UNICEF/2021/Hassan Ibrahim installing a Sato pan toilet Thirty-year-old Hauwa Abdullahi is one of them. (...) UNICEF/2021/Hassan Hauwa Abdullahi stands beside her Sato pan toilet “Since then I noticed that the toilet is easy to maintain and does not attract flies. (...) UNICEF is also providing training to toilet business owners like Ibrahim on how to properly install and fabricate lids for the toilets.
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Score: 1101439.7 - https://www.unicef.org/nigeria/stories/bartering-toilets
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The best way to do this, she said, is to tackle the taboo surrounding the word "toilet."   "The word toilet is a very prejudiced word," Tsedevdamba said. (...) First is to de-stigmatise the word "toilet." The second was to educate people across Mongolia on toilet and toilet technologies. (...) Part of breaking the toilet taboo has been getting people to talk about toilets.
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Score: 1101439.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/stori...ing-taboos-better-human-rights
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World Toilet Day | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Türkçe Українська World Toilet Day 19 November Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home Background Message UN Observances When some people in a community do not have safe toilets, everyone’s health is threatened. (...) Photo: UN Water Valuing toilets “Who cares about toilets? 3.6 billion people do. Because they don’t have one that works properly.“ That is the starting point of this 2021 Campaign for World Toilet Day. The Observance celebrates toilets and raises awareness of the 3.6 billion people living without access to safely managed sanitation.
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Score: 1097825.1 - https://www.un.org/en/node/104996
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World Toilet Day | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Türkçe Українська World Toilet Day 19 November Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home Background Message UN Observances When some people in a community do not have safe toilets, everyone’s health is threatened. (...) Photo: UN Water Valuing toilets “Who cares about toilets? 3.6 billion people do. Because they don’t have one that works properly.“ That is the starting point of this 2021 Campaign for World Toilet Day. The Observance celebrates toilets and raises awareness of the 3.6 billion people living without access to safely managed sanitation.
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Score: 1097825.1 - https://www.un.org/en/observances/toilet-day
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