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• How can we determine the long-term positive and negative economic impact of the management of chemicals? Stimulating Action: The SAICM Secretariat • The SAICM secretariat supports the implementation of the sound management of chemicals in developing countries and it will provide guidance on how to implement SAICM in development cooperation, especially as part of poverty reduction strategies. • What guidance should be provided by the SAICM secretariat? (...) • What should be done to stimulate the development and use of products and processes that reduce risks? (...) Protection of Health and Environment Poverty reduction and the sound management of chemicals Objectives Poverty Reduction and Sound Management of Chemicals Linkages between Poverty Reduction and Sound Management of Chemicals Obstacles to Sound Chemicals Management in Poverty Reduction Efforts Stimulating Action: Countries Stimulating Action: Donors and international organizations Stimulating Action: The SAICM Secretariat Stimulating Action: The Private Sector Stimulating Action: Communities and NGOs Protection of Health and Environment
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Score: 736766.55 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...forums/forum5/poverty_lynn.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation *Kuala Lumpur February 2006 *UNECE/CEFACT Capacity Building Workshop International Standards to Stimulate Paperless Trade EU ITAIDE Research Project Slide * “Information Technology for Adoption and Intelligent Design for eGovernment” A project overview from eStandards point of view Project description Partners and figures Objectives eStandards work Proposal/Contract no.: 027829 Michael Dill, ITAIDe WP1 Dill@gefeg.com *Kuala Lumpur February 2006 *UNECE/CEFACT Capacity Building Workshop International Standards to Stimulate Paperless Trade EU ITAIDE Research Project Slide * The overall project view ITAIDE develops a Canonical Information Model (based on UNeDocs) for electronic documents and document mapping software to improve the pan-European interoperability of taxation and customs systems. (...) *Kuala Lumpur February 2006 *UNECE/CEFACT Capacity Building Workshop International Standards to Stimulate Paperless Trade EU ITAIDE Research Project Slide * ITAIDe Objectives Standards development for e-customs Technical and semantic interoperability for e-customs E-customs procedure redesign methodology Network collaboration model E-customs demonstrators Dissemination *Kuala Lumpur February 2006 *UNECE/CEFACT Capacity Building Workshop International Standards to Stimulate Paperless Trade EU ITAIDE Research Project Slide * ITAIDe - the Benefits accuracy and accessibility of business data for customs offices efficiency and transparency of procedures and complete supply chains pan-European interoperability by simplifying and harmonising procedures *Kuala Lumpur February 2006 *UNECE/CEFACT Capacity Building Workshop International Standards to Stimulate Paperless Trade EU ITAIDE Research Project Slide * IDAIDe Consortia partners and figures Copenhagen Business School, Dutch Customs & Tax Office, Danish Customs & Tax Office, Finnish State Treasury, Nordea Bank, UNECE, Free University Amsterdam, University College Dublin, University of Maribor, University of Muenster, United Paper Mills, SAP, IBM, Kareltek, Project Business, Resultmaker EU contribution 5.8 Million Euros over 4.5 years *Kuala Lumpur February 2006 *UNECE/CEFACT Capacity Building Workshop International Standards to Stimulate Paperless Trade EU ITAIDE Research Project Slide * Procedure redesign and ‘new’ documents .. the emphasis up until now has been on replacing each paper document with a corresponding electronic document, rather than on a fundamental redesign of the system, where the specific administrative document might possibly become redundant altogether.   (...) *Kuala Lumpur February 2006 *UNECE/CEFACT Capacity Building Workshop International Standards to Stimulate Paperless Trade EU ITAIDE Research Project Slide * Standards to be used: For eForms: - w3c –XML, XSLT, and FO (Formatting Objects) For electronic data exchange: - UN/CEFACT’s Core Components - The UN/CEFACT Core Component Library - UN/CEFACT XML NDRs (Naming and Design Rules) - UN/EDIFACT and UNTDED (ISO 7372) - WCO (World Customs Organisation) Data model *Kuala Lumpur February 2006 *UNECE/CEFACT Capacity Building Workshop International Standards to Stimulate Paperless Trade EU ITAIDE Research Project Slide * Three standards to bridge eForms, data models and eDocuments An electronic version of the UN Layout Key standard A methodology which will enable the individual pieces of data held in an eForm to be linked with the core component data structures of the underlying data model A set of naming and design rules which will enable a predictable production of XML from an eForm which is compliant to the UN/CEFACT XML naming and design rules *Kuala Lumpur February 2006 *UNECE/CEFACT Capacity Building Workshop International Standards to Stimulate Paperless Trade EU ITAIDE Research Project Slide * ITIADe closes a standard gap
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Score: 733099.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ns/KLCBW-FEB2005-ITAIDE_MD.pps
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Slide 1 Session : Stimulating Demand and New Opportunities for Air Cargo in Africa Chris Welsh MBE Secretary General Global Shippers’ Forum cwelsh@globalshippersforum.com www:globalshippersforum.com Stimulating Demand and New Opportunities for Air Cargo in Africa • Create the right regulatory and commercial environment for African industry to compete internationally • De-regulate air cargo/aviation in Africa • Implement Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA) • Take advantage of Bali Agreement and WTO FTA Trade Facilitation to stimulate trade Stimulating Demand and New Opportunities for Air Cargo in Africa • Implement single window • Leap frog existing technologies-for e.g. 70+take up of e-freight/commerce • Adopt international best practice-Steven Verhasselt’s case study in developing an all cargo hub in Liege Stimulating Demand and New Opportunities for Air Cargo Land Locked Countries & Multimodal Corridors •AEO certification across logistic chain? (...) •Adopt Common Transit Convention (Union Transit)-a customs procedure that allows goods not in free circulation to move between a Free Trade Area? •TIR? (IRU) Stimulating Demand and New Opportunities for Air Cargo in Africa Phama & High End Manufacturing •Reliability & Predictability-not speed! (...) •Cargo iQ-adopt industry performance standards Stimulating Demand and New Opportunities for Air Cargo-”One Belt One Road”?
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Score: 730377.2 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...PPT/session%204_Mr%20Welsh.pdf
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Early stimulation can mitigate this by significantly enhancing the effectiveness of nutrition interventions. (...) Early Stimulation for Sick New-borns and Young Children Early stimulation for sick newborns can save young lives. (...) Impact includes 120,000 sick children under six years who will access early stimulation opportunities and 145,000 pregnant women and mothers of newborns sensitized on the application of early stimulation.
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Score: 727603.9 - https://www.unicef.org/sierral...ne/early-childhood-development
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Salon Agri business National pour stimuler potentiel de l’agribusiness local | Programme De Développement Des Nations Unies Aller au contenu principal Djibouti Nous connaître Notre travail Notre impact Nous rejoindre Français English Global Nav toggle Search Nous connaître Notre travail Notre impact Nous rejoindre English Locations Retour Select Language English Home Djibouti Salon Agri business National pour stimuler potentiel de l’agribusiness local Salon Agri business National pour stimuler potentiel de l’agribusiness local Posted 27 mars 2022 Salon Agri business National pour stimuler potentiel de l’agribusiness local  Vers une agriculture locale durable et résiliente.
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Score: 719151.37 - https://www.undp.org/fr/djibou...e-l%E2%80%99agribusiness-local
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Other measures that will stimulate agriculture development shall be financed as well. (...) OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA NO. 24/92 APRIL 15, 1992 4 CORRECTION OF THE LAW ON STIMULATING AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT In article 3 paragraph 1 instead of the words: “of 40” the words “up to 40” should stand. (...) OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA NO. 83/92 DECEMBER 30, 1992 6 LAW ON AMENDING THE LAW ON STIMULATING AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT (Official Gazette of the Republic of Macedonia no. 78/93) Article 1 In the Law on Stimulating Agriculture Development (Official Gazette of the Republic of Macedonia no. 24/92, 32/92 and 83/92) article 4 shall be amended as follows: “Recourses shall be provided for: 1.
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Score: 715455.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/mkd_e/WTACCMKD15_LEG_20.pdf
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Stimulating the green economy in Moldova to create new and better jobs The aim of the ILO intervention is to stimulate the creation of new jobs through entrepreneurship in a high-value-added sector, which will be identified as the first activity in the project. (...) The aim of the ILO intervention is to stimulate the creation of new and decent jobs in a high value-added sector. (...) With this intervention it is expected that the ILO gains insights into opportunities to stimulate the green economy in Moldova and encourage dialogue between different actors involved to bring forward the changes towards a more sustainable and greener Moldova.
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Score: 712347.6 - https://www.ilo.org/budapest/w...WCMS_819001/lang--en/index.htm
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“Could a ruthless dictator stand at a master radio transmitter and stimulate the depth of the brains of a mass of hopelessly enslaved people? (...) It is impossible to stimulate large networks of neurons in a co-ordinated way to impose a specific directed behaviour for mind control.  These methods of BCI rely upon intense co-operation, repetition, and learning by the person whose brain is being stimulated. What scientists surmise is that some artificial sensation is evoked in the brain by the stimulation, and that it is the brain’s remarkable learning capability and adaptability to begin to recognize that artificial event and then use it in a practical way – for example, to move a robotic arm or interpret flashes of light evoked by stimulating the visual cortex of a blind person.
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Score: 709563.87 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...ing-brain-more-fantasy-reality
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INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION Togolese Republic Regulatory Authority for the Post and Telecommunication Sectors (ART&P) GLOBAL SYMPOSIUM FOR REGULATORS BEIRUT (LEBANON) 10-12 NOVEMBER 2009 CONTRIBUTION BY TOGO A consultation process on innovative regulatory approaches to foster investment and stimulate growth in the ICT sector has been launched, and ITU Member States were requested to submit their proposals in this regard. (...) This is why Togo, like other countries, is seeking to implement a national strategy to stimulate the use of ICTs by everyone. 1 Promoting convergence to develop ICT markets In order to exploit the benefits of convergence, it is imperative to encourage a licensing approach that enables operators to optimize the potential of installed networks. (...) This harmonization must also take into account the laws and regulations of countries in other regions of the world in regard to information systematization and the use of telecommunications / ICT and the Internet. 1 Promoting convergence to develop ICT markets 2 Building strong synergy between regulatory bodies responsible for telecommunications and audiovisual media 3 Using regulatory tools to stimulate investment in a converged world 4 Stimulating growth in innovative applications and devices towards connecting the unconnected Conclusion
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Score: 707046.53 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...ation_contributions/Togo_E.pdf
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Effects on the lining of the uterus from ovarian stimulation During a cycle of IVF, often the procedure will incorporate hormonal stimulation in order to induce the ovary to produce eggs. (...) When clinicians transfer an embryo back into the uterus during this cycle (fresh embryo transfer), the outcomes are less positive (i.e., lower birth weight), than when clinicians transfer a cryopreserved embryo during another future, non-stimulated menstrual cycle. Similarly, frozen-thawed oocytes used in IVF and an embryo transferred during a non-stimulated cycle, have recently been shown to be associated with a better child outcome. Some clinicians believe that better outcomes from embryo transfer during a later non-stimulated cycle, versus a stimulated cycle, may be due to the way the ovarian stimulation procedures have affected the lining of the uterus (endometrium) and thus embryo implantation.
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Score: 704890.23 - https://www.who.int/reproducti.../infertility/interventions/en/
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