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Access to data 10.Publication format Source: UKE Minimal project requirement baseline Legal copliance Complete in regards of functionalities Reasonable cost of implementation and maintenance Accessibility, availability, easy to use Technology-neutral approach Account for population density and specific facilities Centralized reporting and presentation 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Source: UKE Minimal technical requirement baseline Compliance with common technical standards Preferably based on open standards IT Resources (on- premises/cloud) State registers integration Reference registers reliance IT Environment Scalability or overprovisioning Accountability Record of changes Strict data formats and validation Source: UKE Implementation models BACKBONE & DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS TELECOMMUNICATION HUBS COLLOCATION BUILDINGS Implementation models Outsourced solution responsibility for the guarantee no extra workforce Mixed solution knowledge of system responsibility for the guarantee In-house solution cheaper approach greater flexibility detailed knowledge of system Source: UKE Resource planning BACKBONE & DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS TELECOMMUNICATION HUBS COLLOCATION BUILDINGS Budget Human resources Schedule Source: UKE UKE webinar series • Broadband Mapping in Poland https://www.youtube.com/watch? (...) v=FDSZWee8dDU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aAQlZJ4aOQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4mUrqYu1rU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4mUrqYu1rU https://www.youtube.com/watch?
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Score: 1285844.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...U_Broadband_Mapping_Poland.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Pikinini watch hosts first graduation for positive parenting programme Positive parenting is very important but a lot of people enter parenthood without any skills and tools. Rebecca Negere Pikinini Watch/2021/PNG 06 April 2021 Positive parenting is very important but a lot of people enter parenthood without any skills and tools on how to understand children and the five development milestones, says Zohra Johnwell, founder of Pikinini Watch PNG, a Non-Government Organization which was established in 2013 with the aim to create a safer space for children. (...) The participants were very grateful to the organization Pikinini Watch PNG and the founder Zohra Johnwell for such training initiatives that opened their eyes and helped them to change their negative way of parenting to positive parenting.
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Score: 1202562.9 - https://www.unicef.org/png/sto...n-positive-parenting-programme
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v=QA7v3W8bOHQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cq9cJbhZX4&t=9s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ST1aooEXy6Y https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpCBvNayQBM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAOZLSpLEh0 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gj4_A6Fj4YQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?
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Score: 1178919.5 - https://www.unicef.org/croatia/media/10376/file
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This was made possible due to the strict protocols put in place at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA). (...) Only essential service staff were allowed to work in-person and on a rotation basis. ❑ Due to the reduction in traffic volumes, Air Traffic Control sectors were combined leading to reduction in staff strength and numbers on watch duty to answer the social distancing protocols. ❑ A standby (Contingency) Watch was in place to step-in if a member of a watch tests positive for COVID -19, to allow the whole watch to be withdrawn for testing and treatment.
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Score: 1163637.9 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...mpact%20of%20COVID-19_GCAA.pdf
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Consultation of Civil Society with Member States 2nd Preparatory Committee Meeting for the Fifth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC5) Wednesday July 28, 2021 Speaking notes by Roberto Bissio, coordinator of Social Watch Thank you Madame Co-chair, I am Roberto Bissio, coordinator of Social Watch, which is a global network of civil society coalitions that monitor the implementation of international commitments. (...) (end quote) The LDCs met their part of that contract, they went through painful structural adjustment and liberalization, either voluntarily or because of strict conditionalities imposed on them. But their so called “development partners” never met their commitments.
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Score: 1143517.8 - https://www.un.org/ldc5/sites/...-ldcconsultation_co-chairs.pdf
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Over 80 paper proposals were submitted for strict peer­review by some 110 experts, resulting in the  papers accepted for inclusion in the proceedings.  (...) I would also like to draw attention to our Technology Watch initiative in which we very much  encourage the contribution of academia.  (...) As well as the Kaledioscope events and Technology Watch there are many other opportunities for  the academic community to take part in the work of ITU­T. 
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Score: 1143517.8 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../29/02/T29020000090002PDFE.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Chalmers - Handling MRTDs eMRTDs (2).pptx Handling MRTDs and eMRTDsHandling MRTDs and eMRTDs  that fail to read Robin Chalmers, Consultant, United KingdomRobin Chalmers, Consultant, United Kingdom IntroductionIntroduction • MRZ historyMRZ history • MRZ role li i h bl• Dealing with MRZ problems Sixth Symposium and Exhibition on ICAO MRTDs, Biometrics and Security Standards, 1 to 4 November 2010, Montréal  2 The MRZ – a brief historyThe MRZ  a brief history • Why it was introducedWhy it was introduced • Components Sixth Symposium and Exhibition on ICAO MRTDs, Biometrics and Security Standards, 1 to 4 November 2010, Montréal  3 The MRZThe MRZ PWatch Lists S i f• Security feature • eMRTDs • Automated border systems Sixth Symposium and Exhibition on ICAO MRTDs, Biometrics and Security Standards, 1 to 4 November 2010, Montréal  5 Avoidance of MRZ readability  blproblems • Issuers’ responsibilitiesIssuers  responsibilities • Border Control Authority responsibilities Sixth Symposium and Exhibition on ICAO  MRTDs, Biometrics and Security Standards,  1 to 4 November 2010, Montréal  6 ....but the MRZ is still not reading!!.... (...) • MRTDMRTD • eMRTD Chi f il• Chip failure Sixth Symposium and Exhibition on ICAO  MRTDs, Biometrics and Security Standards,  1 to 4 November 2010, Montréal  7 ConclusionConclusion • Despite its age MRZ remains a vitalDespite its age, MRZ remains a vital  component for passenger facilitation and  border controlborder control • Problems with MRZ can be minimised through  strict compliance with ICAO specificationsstrict compliance with ICAO specifications  Sixth Symposium and Exhibition on ICAO  MRTDs, Biometrics and Security Standards,  1 to 4 November 2010, Montréal  8 Thank You!
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Score: 1141679.9 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...almers-HandlingMRTDseMRTDs.pdf
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This was made possible due to the strict protocols put in place at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA). 2.3 Management of Personnel and working environment for core ANS operations To control the exposure of personnel to the Corona virus and the consequent health and safety risk to workers, a ‘work-from-home’ policy was instituted for majority of the staff. (...) Due to the reduction in traffic volumes, Air Traffic Control sectors were combined leading to reduction in staff strength and numbers on watch duty, to adhere to the social distancing protocols. Also, a standby (Contingency) Watch was in place to step-in if a member of a watch tests positive for COVID -19, to allow the whole watch to be withdrawn for testing and treatment. 2.4 Contingency plans Emergency ACC and Tower were established as a fall back if the need arose for the complete evacuation of the main ACC and Tower.
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Score: 1140612 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...overy%20Strategies.en.rvsd.pdf
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Kindly REGISTER yourself in the given link; https://forms.gle/xju7T99PxTDUkwY39 Introduction to potential grantees To know more about GEF-Small Grants Programme and its grant making modality, eligibility and grant ceiling, potential proponents are requested to watch these videos: 1. Dzongkha Version with sign language https://www.youtube.com/watch? (...) English version ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kh3r_YuOO48&t=132s ) Potential proponents can also watch past SGP supported project on UNDP Bhutan YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/undpbhutan2012/videos Project proposal submission deadline The “Call for Proposals” for innovative project is being made on 12th July 2022. (...) While CSOs can submit the proposals directly to SGP Secretariat, CBOs in Dzongkhags can route it through Local Government (Dzongkhag and Thromdes). · Ensure that all components of the proposal are properly written. · Supporting letters from agencies and institutions must be submitted as additional documents. · SGP Secretariat will initiate the screening process. · CSOs/CBOs that do not meet the eligibility criteria or submits incomplete proposals will be screened out. · Satisfactory proposals will be reviewed by SGP’s Technical Committee members Shortlisting and validation · SGP’s Technical Committee will review and shortlist the project proposals based on the set criteria, sub-criteria, and point system. · Shortlisted proposals will be recommended for field validation. · The proposals will be then presented to the Steering Committee for final evaluation Final Evaluation and Award · The shortlisted proposals will be evaluated by SGP’s Steering Committee. · Based on the final scoring and field validation report, the Steering Committee will take decision to select the most innovative proposals. · The selected CSOs/CBOs will be contacted to accept the grant and signing of Memorandum of Agreement. · The project will be subjected to strict monitoring and evaluation. Page 2 of 2
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Score: 1140612 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...20UNDP-12%20July%202022_0.docx
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MAIN TITLE GOES HERE SUBTITLE GOES HERE  One fight amongst many other… (doping, match-fixing, corruption, good governance)  Basketball reached new heights and worldwide popularity during the 1992 Barcelona olympic Games (USA vs Croatia final)  Basketball closely connected to urban culture  FIBA’s fight against racism through different means:  Promotion of a sport open to all  Education and raising awareness, in particular during youth events  Strict regulations  Severe sanctions The fight against racism 4. (...) MAIN TITLE GOES HERE SUBTITLE GOES HERE The FIBA Code of Conduct and fair play  Ten golden rules  Vii: Reject corruption, drugs, racism, violence, gambling and other dangers to our sport: Basketball's huge popularity sometimes makes it vulnerable to negative outside interests. Watch out for attempts to tempt you into cheating or using drugs. (...) MAIN TITLE GOES HERE SUBTITLE GOES HERE  One fight amongst many other… (doping, match-fixing, corruption, good governance)  Basketball reached new heights and worldwide popularity during the 1992 Barcelona olympic Games (USA vs Croatia final)  Basketball closely connected to urban culture  FIBA’s fight against racism through different means:  Promotion of a sport open to all  Education and raising awareness, in particular during youth events  Strict regulations and narrow interpretation  Severe sanctions (potentially worldwide application) The fight against racism 9.
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Score: 1131299.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...rds/Session7/BenjaminCohen.pdf
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