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At the production level • The need of the population in rural areas for earn a living leads to the sale of their entire domestic FAV production and consequently to a very low FAV consumption despite the fact that these commodities are readily available in quantity and quality. • Rural population is hard to reach and there are no promotion at their level as to the benefit of FAV consumption. • In many countries rural communities receive no monetary assistance to buy and consume more FAV. • Rural population must have access to clean and safe commodities with no pesticides residues which is not the case at present. • In some countries, supply of good quality FAV may not be sufficient and it will then be necessary to improve production and availability of these goods. (...) For some, the quality is higher in the country than in the cities while for other, the quality is FAO Fruit and vegetable for health workshop IHC-2006, Seoul Korea 3 better in the cities. Often, imported fruits are perceived has being better in terms of health quality. • The price is the driving factor for consumption of FAV.
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Score: 924836.3 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ture/WHO/seoul/WG2_summary.pdf
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Data Availability - Is there sufficient data available? How much of it can be openly available? How much of it as part of the non-disclosed data set? 6. Data Quality - Is the available data of high quality? 7. Annotation / Label Quality - Are the annotations / labels of the data of high quality?
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Score: 923391 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ocuments/all/FGAI4H-B-006.docx
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Blood screening should be performed according to quality system requirements. Of reporting countries, 10 are not able to screen all donated blood for one or more of the above infections. 99.8% of the donations in high-income countries and 99.9% in upper-middle-income countries are screened following basic quality procedures, as compared to 83% in lower-middle-income countries and 76 % in low-income countries. (...) Step-wise implementation of effective quality systems, including quality management, standards, good manufacturing practices, documentation, training of all staff, and quality assessment. WHO supports countries in developing national blood systems to ensure timely access to safe and sufficient supplies of blood and blood products and good transfusion practices to meet patient needs.
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Score: 922717.7 - https://www.who.int/en/news-ro.../blood-safety-and-availability
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Blood screening should be performed according to quality system requirements. Of reporting countries, 10 are not able to screen all donated blood for one or more of the above infections. 99.8% of the donations in high-income countries and 99.9% in upper-middle-income countries are screened following basic quality procedures, as compared to 83% in lower-middle-income countries and 76 % in low-income countries. (...) Step-wise implementation of effective quality systems, including quality management, standards, good manufacturing practices, documentation, training of all staff, and quality assessment. WHO supports countries in developing national blood systems to ensure timely access to safe and sufficient supplies of blood and blood products and good transfusion practices to meet patient needs.
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Score: 922717.7 - https://www.who.int/news-room/.../blood-safety-and-availability
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Accreditation to international organizations Perform quality control procedures (both internal and external) Technical assistance by manufacturers Harmonization of standard operating procedures (SOPs) Better waste management policies Increase the adoption of health & safety measures in the laboratories Other inputs collected • SOPs on the parameters most relevant for the region • Need to organize inter-lab stages opportunities, as many labs do not have qualified staff • Funding for national meetings • Research project • More communication (between laboratories and with the RESOLAN governance) • Strengthening the network especially through PT provision. Training topics – most needed ones 0 5 10 15 20 25 Standard Operating Procedure Dry chemistry (soil spectroscopy) Equipment use and maintenance Equipment purchasing Health and safety Internal quality control External quality control Laboratory Management Awareness and support from the national and regional governments 10% 53% 32% 5% Do you think that regional and national governments are aware of the importance of soil laboratories in producing good-quality soil data? (...) Yes, they are aware They are somewhat aware but we should prepare some awareness material about it They are not aware, we need to better inform them I am not sure about this Yes we receive some financial support but it’s not sufficient Yes, they provide me with political support (development of policies) Yes, they provide me with technical support (provision of equipment and consumable) Yes, they provide me with economic support (subsidies, hiring of laboratory personnel) No, I do not have interaction with the government No, my laboratory is supposed to have a strong interaction with the government but they do not support us at all 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Is your government providing your laboratory with sufficient political, technical and economic support?
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Score: 922071.9 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...sults_of_the_online_survey.pdf
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The industrial upgrading package will focus on coaching local operators on developing and implementing action plans that will improve their technology cycle, operational performance, material and energy efficiency, financial management, and marketing practices, as well as their ability to produce cost-effective, safe and quality products in sufficient volumes and complying to international technical standards. 3. (...) Impact The UNIDO project will help supply fertilizers and agricultural machinery of enhanced quality to the agricultural sector of Cuba. This will help increase the competitiveness of Cuba's priority industries, and stimulate the development of better quality products and services with higher value added. The sustainable supply of food to the local market will ensure food self-sufficiency and address the need of the growing tourism sector.
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Score: 922071.9 - https://www.unido.org/our-focu...chinery-production-sector-cuba
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Target setting Marmarik UNECE-led activities on the National Policy Dialogues in EECCA on IWRM Setting targets for sustainable water management: the Armenian approach in the Marmarik basin Dr Rainer Enderlein, UNECE Dr Volodya Narimanyan, Armenia Dr Vahagn Tonoyan, Armenia UNECE-led activities on the National Policy Dialogues in EECCA on IWRM • Identification of key stakeholders • Baseline analysis • Desired conditions (e.g. requirements of the Protocol, Water Convention, WFD, …) • Prioritization (e.g. feasibility study, approximate cost assessment and cost-benefit analysis) • Broad consultations • Agreement on targets, target dates and relevant programme of measures UNECE-led activities on the National Policy Dialogues in EECCA on IWRM Marmarik basin UNECE-led activities on the National Policy Dialogues in EECCA on IWRM Summary information Settlements – 12 Population – 7700 Territory – 418 km2 (13% is forest cover) Hydrological reserve – 93.5 km2 UNECE-led activities on the National Policy Dialogues in EECCA on IWRM River length – 37km Catchment area – 418 km2 Hydrological observation points – 2 Water quality sampling points – 2 Runoff formation from precipitation and snow melt UNECE-led activities on the National Policy Dialogues in EECCA on IWRM Analysis of hydrological characteristics Water supply strategy Water quality analysis Assessment of anthropogenic and natural impact on water 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Month, T F lo w , Q Average Greatest Least UNECE-led activities on the National Policy Dialogues in EECCA on IWRM Baseline condition: water quality UNECE-led activities on the National Policy Dialogues in EECCA on IWRM Climate change adaptation measures not yet considered UNECE-led activities on the National Policy Dialogues in EECCA on IWRM Ecosystem services examined and taken into account Good agricultural practice applied Reservoir releases negotiated Municipal wastewater standards enforced Water pollution control from mining and manufacturing implemented Impact on the marine environment (Caspian Sea) considered Groundwater use regulated UNECE-led activities on the National Policy Dialogues in EECCA on IWRM Public involvement Questionnaires 170 residents, 30 representatives of major water users and local self-governance authorities UNECE-led activities on the National Policy Dialogues in EECCA on IWRM Proposed measures against disasters 26% 36% 37% 1% Regulation of flow Flood control structures Water discharge Other UNECE-led activities on the National Policy Dialogues in EECCA on IWRM Water use efficiency 12% 28% 29% 8% 23% Rational Mainly rational Non rational Highly non rational Difficult to answer Proposed approach for rational use 9% 25% 64% 2% Installation of water meters Water saving technologies Water flow regulation, including dams Other UNECE-led activities on the National Policy Dialogues in EECCA on IWRM Irrigation water quantity 8% 17% 63% 12% Sufficient Partially sufficient Insufficient Difficult to answer UNECE-led activities on the National Policy Dialogues in EECCA on IWRM Are there water related diseases? (...) UNECE-led activities on the National Policy Dialogues in EECCA on IWRM 11,755,00011,755,00011,755,00011,755,00010,200,00010,200,00010,200,00010,200,000405,000405,000405,000405,0001,150,0001,150,0001,150,0001,150,000Total 3,3253,3253,3253,325,000,000,000,0002,800,0002,800,0002,800,0002,800,00045,00045,00045,00045,000480,000480,000480,000480,000 Quality 8,4308,4308,4308,430,000,000,000,0007,400,0007,400,0007,400,0007,400,000360,000360,000360,000360,000670670670670,000,000,000,000 Quantity Total TechnicalInstitutionsLegalDesired conditions Identification of legal, institutional and technical measures to achieve desired conditions; preliminary cost estimate (USD) Total amount equals 1,500 USD per inhabitant UNECE-led activities on the National Policy Dialogues in EECCA on IWRM Costs of the project (without UNECE secretariat’s involvement) Experts: 16,000 USD Meetings: 15,000 USD Estimated amount to cover all basins: 250,000 – 300,000 USD
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Score: 922071.9 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...arget%20setting%20Marmarik.pdf
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It will explore four areas: education financing, girls’ education, education in emergencies, and quality of education. This background paper addresses the last of these areas – quality education. While improving quality is a complex endeavour and requires a broad range of interventions which pre-supposes sufficient financing and solid general education policies, this paper focuses primarily on teachers and effective teaching as key to achieving relevant learning outcomes.
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Score: 921989.4 - https://en.unesco.org/gem-repo...transformative-power-education
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Many vulnerable women, particularly those in the informal sector, are denied sufficient maternity leave or opportunities to continue breastfeeding when they return to work. (...) Data indicates that the quality of children’s diets in South Asia is poor. Less than half of children aged 6-23 months are fed sufficient meals a day and less than one in four eat the minimum number of food groups.
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Score: 921694.3 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/wh...e-do/early-childhood-nutrition
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EVALUATION OFFICE UNICEF-Adapted UNEG Quality Checklist for Evaluation Terms of Reference Updated June 2017 © UNICEF/UNI164247/Johansen 1 UNICEF-Adapted UNEG Quality Checklist for Evaluation Terms of Reference CONTENTS Introduction .............................................................................................................................. 2 1. (...) The ToR may then be further refined once an evaluation team is on board, with a careful review of the purpose and key questions and corresponding elaboration of the methodology. 3 UNICEF-Adapted UNEG Quality Checklist for Evaluation Terms of Reference UNICEF- Adapted UNEG Quality Checklist for Evaluation Terms of Reference Evaluation Title: Commissioning Office: 1. (...) Examples of overall design include qualitative, quasi-experimental and experimental. 8.2 Existing information sources, such as monitoring systems and/or previous evaluations are identified. An appraisal of quality and reliability is provided. 8.3 The data collection and analysis methods in the ToR are sufficiently rigorous to assess the subject of the evaluation and ensure a complete, fair and unbiased assessment.
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Score: 921256.25 - https://www.unicef.org/media/54786/file
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