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She adds: “Those who want to achieve success can do it, wherever they are; it is not true what is rumoured about private schools being better than UNRWA schools, and the proof is my success and the success of many of my friends who got good grades as well. (...) She loves chemistry and is passionate about physics, in which she scored full marks. Commenting on this, she said: “Through physics, I learn a lot about the earth on which we live. I feel that physics is related to our daily life. I do not like traditional professions, so I will do my best to study engineering or physics.
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Score: 878571.3 - https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/...-towards-success-setting-goal/
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Ensuring Physical Security and Secure Environment in Identification Management Steven G.Grant, P.Eng. (...) UN SC resolution 1373 obligations)  Prevention of fraud is undeniably more efficient and much less  costly than dealing with the consequences of successful fraud. Recommended best practice:   The identity document issuing process should be recognized as  having an impact on national and international security and be  included in the governmental security framework (...)    It is very likely that your passport issuance system  will be attacked  Successful attacks threaten social security & have  potential for increased criminal activity  Successful attacks put at risk the international  reputation of your passport & its utility to citizens as  a travel document  A respected travel document facilitates travel and  economic activity 4 Need for Passport Issuance Security  Standards  Applicable to all ID documents including passports, visas, national ID, etc.  Recommended Practices include:  Organizational and Personnel issues  Application, Entitlement and Delivery  Handling of Materials  Document Security  Physical Security and Information Technology Security  International (SLTD, Consular, Partners) 5 Best Practices on Secure Issuance of  Travel Documents  Mandate, Responsibilities and Legislation  Security Framework  Whole‐of‐Government approach  MOU’s in place and actively managed  General Security Practices  Fraud focal point  Information exchange  Screening of personnel: initial and on‐going 6 Organizational Structure  For all Secure Materials  From shipment arrival to issuance to applicant  Document cannot be personalized unless  Stock activated  Assigned to site & operator  Operator can only personalize documents assigned to them  Spoiled documents recorded  Stock reconciled each day  Destruction of stock witnessed and recorded 7 Inventory Control  Printing equipment should include the capability of  producing unique features  ability to identify a passport personalized on the system  Physical security of equipment  Passwords and secure access for operation  Tracking who approved and performed steps  Audit Trail; periodic/random audits; work sampling 8 Passport Personalization  Physical security of the passport issuing office  controlled buildings/space, badges, swipe cards  Presence of security personnel, alarms, TV, surveillance  Adequate fire protection  Special requirements for vault & document  personalization room  Applicants and security  Protection of applications in process (privacy) 9 Physical Security  Network  Access control  Workstations  Database and database operations  e.g. watchlist management  Reports: production, inventory, audit  Processes:   e.g. supervisor oversight, no single operator 10 System Integrity and Security  The passport issuing process should be recognized as having an impact on  national and international security and be included in the governmental  security framework.  The passport issuing authority should have clear mandate and  responsibilities, established by legislation or suitably enforced regulations.  Written security policies and guidelines should be developed and  communicated to all. 
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Score: 866370.3 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...2013/Documents/11-Grant%20.pdf
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Ensuring Physical Security and Secure Environment in Identification Management Regional Seminar on MRTDs and Traveller Identification Management Tashkent, 8 to 10 April 2014 Steven G. (...) UN SC resolution 1373 obligations)  Prevention of fraud is undeniably more efficient and much less costly than dealing with the consequences of successful fraud. Recommended best practice:  The identity document issuing process should be recognized as having an impact on national and international security and be included in the governmental security framework.  It is very likely that your passport issuance system will be attacked  Successful attacks threaten social security & have potential for increased criminal activity  Successful attacks put at risk the international reputation of your passport and its utility to citizens as a travel document  A respected travel document facilitates travel and economic activity 4 Need for Passport Issuance Security Standards  Applicable to all ID documents including passports, visas, national ID, etc.  Recommended Practices include:  Organizational and Personnel issues  Application, Entitlement and Delivery  Handling of Materials  Document Security  Physical Security and Information Technology Security  International (SLTD, Consular, Partners) 5 Best Practices on Secure Issuance of Travel Documents http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:UK-Passport-Cover.jpg  Mandate, Responsibilities and Legislation  Security Framework  Whole-of-Government approach  MOU’s in place and actively managed  General Security Practices  Fraud focal point  Information exchange  Security screening of personnel: initial and on-going 6 Organizational Structure  For all Secure Materials  From shipment arrival to issuance to applicant  Document cannot be personalized unless  Stock activated  Assigned to site & operator  Operator can only personalize documents assigned to them  Spoiled documents recorded  Stock reconciled each day  Destruction of stock witnessed and recorded: 4-eyes principle 7 Inventory Control  Printing equipment should include the capability of producing unique features  e.g. positive ability to identify a passport personalized on the system  Physical security of equipment  Passwords and secure access for operation  Tracking who approved and performed steps  Audit Trail; periodic/random audits; work sampling 8 Passport Personalization  Physical security of the passport issuing office  controlled buildings/space, badges, access cards  Presence of security personnel, alarms, TV, surveillance  Adequate fire protection  Special requirements for vault & document personalization room  Applicants and security  Protection of applications in process (privacy) 9 Physical Security  Network  User Access Control  Workstation Restrictions  Database and database operations  e.g. watchlist management  Reports: production, inventory, audit  Processes:  e.g. supervisor oversight, no single operator 10 System Integrity and Security  The passport issuing process should be recognized as having an impact on national and international security and be included in the national security framework.  The passport issuing authority should have clear mandate and responsibilities, established by current legislation or suitably enforced regulations.  Written security policies and guidelines should be developed and communicated to all. (...) Opening Thought Need for Passport Issuance Security Standards Best Practices on Secure Issuance of Travel Documents Organizational Structure Inventory Control Passport Personalization Physical Security System Integrity and Security Summary: Best Practices Thank you – спасибоSteve Grantstevenggrant@gmail.com
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Score: 864870.5 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...Documents/Session3_5-Grant.pdf
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Purpose of this guide a GUIDE For popULaTIoN-BaSED approaCHES To INCrEaSING LEVELS oF pHYSICaL aCTIVITY 3 GUIDING PrINCIPLES For a PoPULaTIoN- BaSED aPProaCH To PHYSICaL aCTIVITY The following important elements of successful policies and plans have been identi- fied from a review of peer-reviewed literature and shared experiences from Member States with existing physical activity plans at national and sub-national level. (...) In particular, successful implementation of physical activity promotion strategies will depend on whether cultural ties, groups and customs, as well as family ties, gender roles, social norms, languages and dialects have been taken into account. (...) This has been a highly successful strategy in other countries and can support the dissemination and adoption of physical activity promotion.
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Score: 849156.8 - https://www.who.int/dietphysic...ity/PA-promotionguide-2007.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Grant Presentation final 6th Symposium (2).pptx Ensuring the secure environment in theEnsuring the secure environment in the  passport issuance process: physical security  and electronic security Steven G.  (...) UN SC resolution 1373 obligations) Prevention of fraud is undeniably more efficient and much less  costly than dealing with the consequences of successful fraud. Recommended best practice:Recommended best practice:  The passport issuing process should be recognized as having an  impact on national and international security and be included in  the governmental security framework.  Sixth Symposium and Exhibition on ICAO MRTDs,  Biometrics and Security Standards, 1 to 4 November  2010, Montréal  2 Need for Passport Issuance  Security Standards It i lik l th t t i t ill bIt is very likely that your passport issuance system will be  attacked Successful attacks threaten social security & have potentialSuccessful attacks threaten social security & have potential  for increased criminal activity Successful attacks put at risk the international reputation of  your passport & its utility to citizens as a travel document A respected travel document facilitates travel and economic  activityactivity Sixth Symposium and Exhibition on ICAO MRTDs,  Biometrics and Security Standards, 1 to 4 November  2010, Montréal  3 Best Practices on Secure Issuance  of Travel Documents A li bl t ll ID d t i l diApplicable to all ID documents including passports, visas, national ID, etc.
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Score: 836536.7 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...um2010/Documentation/Grant.pdf
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Virtual Routing Boarding Pass Issued Real Time Threat Assessment 2 Physical Routing Identity and Credentialing Physical Screening 5 High Risk Low Risk Unknown Risk Commercial Data Government Records Watchlists 3 4 4 Risk-based security in practice: Turning information into smart screening Copyright © 2014 Deloitte Development LLC. (...) IM PA C T A robust RBS strategy requires end-to-end design from strategy development and assessment of risk to the development of performance metrics to ensure success and process integrity. As used in this document, “Deloitte” means Deloitte Consulting LLP, a subsidiary of Deloitte LLP. (...) Checkpoint modeling enables policy makers to perform analysis on all of its components to drive acquisitions and deployment decisions. Successful implementation of RBS principles can drive success across an organization’s core mission and strategic objectives.
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Score: 836157 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ons/Peter%20Liu%20Deloitte.pdf
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id_prod=14497\" target=\"_blank\">Site","summary":"Recommendation ITU-T G.997.3 specifies the physical layer management for multi-gigabit fast access to subscriber terminals (MGfast) transmission systems. (...) \n\n"} AAP Recommendation  Work Programme       Back G.997.3 (2021) Amd. 1: Physical layer management for MGfast transceivers - Amendment 1 Study Group 15 Study Period 2017-2020 Consent Date 2021-12-17 Approval Date Provisional Name Input used for Consent SG15-TD815R1/PLEN (2021-12) Status LC IPR Site Summary  Recommendation ITU-T G.997.3 specifies the physical layer management for multi-gigabit fast access to subscriber terminals (MGfast) transmission systems. (...) Amendment 1 to ITU-T Rec G.997.3 add the following new material: – Annex D and Annex T of ITU-T G.9711 diagnostics and monitoring objects In addition, it corrects the following items: – The description of the RMCR success counters in Table 7-9. – A typological inconsistency in the naming of the persistency managed objects.
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Score: 834908.1 - https://www.itu.int/t/aap/recdetails/10165
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PMNCH | Success Factors country case studies: United States of America Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Navigation Home About Our work News and events Knowledge centre Get involved Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Knowledge centre PMNCH publications Knowledge summaries Strategy briefs Partner resource search Tools Databases Success Factors country case studies: United States of America Collaborating across sectors improves women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health Theme: Adolescent health and well-being Advancing policies to improve the health of all children Voices for Healthy Kids was created in 2013 by the American Heart Association and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to help all children achieve a healthy weight. The initiative engages, organizes and mobilizes people in changing public policies to improve children’s access to healthy foods and safe places for physical activity. Its collaborative framework includes: a strategic advisory committee of organizations across sectors; a coalition model connecting over 140 organizations working to advance policy in school, community, out-of-school-time and early child-care settings; a national media team; and a research policy network. (...) By August 2018, Voices for Healthy Kids had supported 142 “policy wins” at local and state levels in the areas of social justice, physical activity, nutrition, education, transportation, food access, school health and other sectors.
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Score: 832625.3 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...s/united-states-of-america/en/
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In traditional nomad games, there is everything for successful child development. The accessibility and expressiveness of ethno games provoke  child's physical, emotional and cognitive development. (...) Aimed at promoting children’s cognitive, physical and emotional development through playing, UNICEF experts selected over 25 traditional games for children and families. (...) In traditional nomad games, there is everything for successful child development. The accessibility and expressiveness of ethno games provoke child's physical, emotional and cognitive development.
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Score: 820637.8 - https://www.unicef.org/kyrgyzstan/childrens-games-nomads
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This score corresponds to 50 per cent of projects being success- ful and 5 per cent, highly successful. Given the difficult and innovative nature of IFAD's work, it is reasonable to expect some projects to fall short of complete success. (...) The most significant of these is that key success factors are not identified. Key success factors indi- cate what is critical for project effectiveness and sustainability, so that project management knows what factors to manage most carefully. Key success factors enable IFAD to monitor progress more efficiently as it can concentrate on the achievement of these factors with the confidence that a project will be successful if they are implemented effectively, and also to deal with important problems more expedi- tiously when they occur.
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Score: 817220.3 - https://www.ifad.org/documents...e1-b134-4993-bfa3-9899d0faecc9
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