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I attended Magwenya Primary School – a local school in my rural village – at a time when it was common for children to come to school barefoot, without warm clothing or basic school supplies. Some of the brightest girls in school with me never had the chance to proceed to secondary education, mainly because they were married off early due to religious and traditional customs. One of my most vivid memories of school, however, is attending a permaculture workshop facilitated by SCOPE Zimbabwe – an environmental education programme in Zimbabwe. (...) The stable, reliable and renewable energy supply is less prone to challenges affecting traditional power suppies, cheaper and reduces carbon emissions. 
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Score: 949263.7 - https://www.unv.org/node/29015
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I attended Magwenya Primary School – a local school in my rural village – at a time when it was common for children to come to school barefoot, without warm clothing or basic school supplies. Some of the brightest girls in school with me never had the chance to proceed to secondary education, mainly because they were married off early due to religious and traditional customs. One of my most vivid memories of school, however, is attending a permaculture workshop facilitated by SCOPE Zimbabwe – an environmental education programme in Zimbabwe. (...) The stable, reliable and renewable energy supply is less prone to challenges affecting traditional power suppies, cheaper and reduces carbon emissions. 
Language:English
Score: 949263.7 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/...ve-solutions-rural-communities
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I attended Magwenya Primary School – a local school in my rural village – at a time when it was common for children to come to school barefoot, without warm clothing or basic school supplies. Some of the brightest girls in school with me never had the chance to proceed to secondary education, mainly because they were married off early due to religious and traditional customs. One of my most vivid memories of school, however, is attending a permaculture workshop facilitated by SCOPE Zimbabwe – an environmental education programme in Zimbabwe. (...) The stable, reliable and renewable energy supply is less prone to challenges affecting traditional power suppies, cheaper and reduces carbon emissions. 
Language:English
Score: 949263.7 - https://www.unv.org/Success-st...ve-solutions-rural-communities
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I attended Magwenya Primary School – a local school in my rural village – at a time when it was common for children to come to school barefoot, without warm clothing or basic school supplies. Some of the brightest girls in school with me never had the chance to proceed to secondary education, mainly because they were married off early due to religious and traditional customs. One of my most vivid memories of school, however, is attending a permaculture workshop facilitated by SCOPE Zimbabwe – an environmental education programme in Zimbabwe. (...) The stable, reliable and renewable energy supply is less prone to challenges affecting traditional power suppies, cheaper and reduces carbon emissions. 
Language:English
Score: 949263.7 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/node/29015
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UN Photo/Mark Garten Friday's Daily Brief: Refugee children missing out on school, Ebola in Uganda, Fresh violence in Yemen, 20 years of Timor-Leste independence, Enforced disappearances 30 August 2019 Humanitarian Aid A recap of Friday's stories: Over half of refugee children missing an education; new Ebola case in Uganda; funding gap in Yemen leaves many at risk; Timor-Leste marks 20th anniversary of independence, enforced disappearances spread terror © UNHCR/Will Swanson News in Brief 30 August 2019 30 August 2019 News in Brief More than half of world’s refugee children ‘do not get an education’, warns UNHCR WHO confirms new Ebola case in Uganda Guterres hails Timor-Leste on the 20th anniversary of 1999 ‘independence’ poll Audio - 3'37" UNDP Timor Leste CLIMATE CHANGE FOCUS: Climate-proofing Timor-Leste 16 November 2018 Climate and Environment A new generation of green infrastructure which boosts the local economy, ensures water supplies and protects the environment is being built in Timor-Leste thanks to the support of the UN Development Programme (UNDP). (...) UN Photo/Cia Pak Timor-Leste is vivid example of what UN can do in peacebuilding, Assembly debate told 25 September 2017 Timor-Leste, a country which the United Nations shepherded to independence from Indonesia 15 years ago, stands as a shining example of what the world Organization can achieve in establishing peace and stability, the country’s president told the General Assembly today.
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Score: 945179.3 - https://news.un.org/en/tags/timor-leste
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The special supplement entitled Moving Young highlights the social and demographic aspects of youth migration. It offers a vivid glimpse into the lives of young migrants and stresses the need to protect the human rights of young migrants.
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Score: 937030.8 - https://www.un.org/development...uth/publications/2006/05/8397/
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The hollowed head has big ears accessorized with round earrings, vivid expression, leaf-like fringe hair, eyes, nose and a smiling mouth.
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Score: 928656.1 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...bronze-sword-human-head-design
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The “Turn the World UN Blue” campaign, to which many of you made generous reference, is a vivid instance of how your support and participation can exponentially expand our horizons and our impact.
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Score: 928656.1 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/coi/p...I%206%20May%202016%20FINAL.pdf
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