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  عربي   |   中文   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский     Advanced Search   Home : ITU-D : Children and Youth     • YES Winner/Sponsor: 2008 (Spain Administration) • Name/First Name AL REAZ MEHEDI Khan • Age : 22 • Country of Origin: Bangladesh • Country of Study: Bangladesh • Present Country: Bangladesh • Highest degree obtained: Bachelor of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, North South University I am Khan Mehedi Al Reaz, student of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, studying at North South University (NSU) Bangladesh. It is still vivid in my memory when our Department’s Chair called me in his office and informed me about the Youth Education Scheme (YES).
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Score: 920429.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/yout...success_stories/2009/REAZ.html
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The Pacific on the front line In the Western Pacific Region, nowhere is the impact of climate change on human health more vivid than in the Pacific island countries and areas. (...) At the same time, many health facilities in the Pacific are built near coastlines making them highly vulnerable during extreme weather events, which can not only damage their buildings and key infrastructures for safe water supplies and energy, but also disrupting the essential health services they provide.
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Score: 919786.1 - https://www.who.int/westernpac...f-the-climate-crisis--says-who
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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 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: 919786.1 - https://news.un.org/en/tags/timor-leste/video/0
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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 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: 919786.1 - https://news.un.org/en/tags/timor-leste/audio/0
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LETTER DATED 2010/06/18 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
(Signed) Bashar Ja’afari Ambassador Permanent Representative A/64/840 S/2010/329 10-41955 2 Annex to the letter dated 18 June 2010 from the Permanent Representative of the Syrian Arab Republic to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General Final Communiqué of the Organization of the Islamic Conference Expanded Extraordinary Executive Committee Meeting at the level of foreign minister on the Israeli aggression against the Freedom Flotilla shipping humanitarian aid to Gaza, adopted in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on 6 June 2010 The Expanded Extraordinary Ministerial Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on 6 June 2010, corresponding to 23 Jumada Al-Thani, 1431H, Proceeding from the principles and objectives of the Charter of the Organization of the Islamic Conference and pursuant to the resolutions of the Organization of the Islamic Conference on the question of Palestine and Al-Quds Al-Sharif, Commending the resistance of the Palestinian people in the face of the Israeli aggression, and affirming support for the Palestinians’ just struggle to regain their inalienable national rights, including their right to self-determination and the establishment of the independent State of Palestine, with Al-Quds as its capital, Underlining that the blockade imposed by Israel on the Gaza Strip, including closing the border crossings and cutting the flow of fuel supplies, food and medicines, constitutes a collective punishment of the civilian population, provokes serious humanitarian repercussions and is considered a crime against humanity by international law, Having considered the circumstances surrounding the unlawful military attack of the Israeli forces against the international civilian convoy carrying humanitarian aid, that is, the Freedom Flotilla, in international waters on 31 May 2010, which resulted in loss of life and injuries among unarmed civilians, Emphasizing that the safety and well-being of all civilians are of paramount importance, Condemning the continued disregard of international law by Israel and its detrimental implications for regional and global peace, stability and security, Condemning Israel’s insistence on responding to all peace initiatives with violence and belligerency, Stressing the need to respect the universally accepted human rights and norms and principles of international humanitarian law, Welcoming: – The United Nations Security Council Presidential Statement of 31 May 2010; – The statement issued by the African Union at the level of Heads of State and Government on 31 May 2010; A/64/840 S/2010/329 3 10-41955 – The joint statement issued by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations-Gulf Cooperation Council Ministerial Meeting held in Singapore on 1 June 2010; – The resolution of the Extraordinary Meeting of the Ministerial Council of the Arab League, adopted in Cairo on 2 June 2010; – The resolution of the United Nations Human Rights Council, adopted on 2 June 2010, which calls for the setting up of an independent international fact-finding mission on the violations of international law by Israel’s aggression against the Freedom Flotilla; Having listened to the report of the Secretary General of the Organization of the Islamic Conference to the Turkish and Palestinian Ministers of Foreign Affairs and to the interventions of other ministers and heads of delegations, 1. (...) Emphasizes that the Israeli blockade of Gaza Strip is not only a gross violation of Palestinians’ human rights, but also represents a serious threat to A/64/840 S/2010/329 10-41955 4 international peace and security and regional stability, as clearly demonstrated by the latest incident. It is a vivid manifestation of state terrorism, serious crime against humanity, and a blatant breach of international law, which needs to receive proper reaction by the international community through bringing Israeli authorities who are responsible for these heinous acts to justice; 12.
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY OFFICIAL RECORDS, 34TH SESSION :4TH COMMITTEE, 11TH MEETING, MONDAY, 15 OCTOBER 1979, NEW YORK
The memory of the long and difficult process of decolonization in the countries where enormous foreign interests were strongly implanted was still a vivid one. The tragedy at present suffered by the courageous peoples of Southern Rhodesia, Namibia and Azania made it more vivid than ever. (...) He vms referring to the assertion by the representative of HozambiquP that the United Kingdom I•TaS supplying Southern f-(hodesia ~supply Southern Rhodesia with oil. (...) The British delegation al:::o claimed that the United Kingdom supplied no military or economic assistance to the Rhodesian regime and consequently that it -vras not delivering arms to that country.
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Using the in-built video content and the document reader, which now projects the training manual onto the wall, MobiStation has completely changed the dynamics of the training “Now, they learn better,” says Wongo, “when you combine listening with seeing, the training is more vivid, they are more alert, it helps them pay attention.
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Score: 904406.5 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat.../improving-health-rural-uganda
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