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The security and privacy requirements of the gateway are as follows: 1) The gateway is required to support identification of each access to the connected devices. 2) The gateway is required to support authentication with devices. (...) The gateway is required to support the security of these data based on security levels. 5) The gateway is required to support mechanisms to protect privacy for devices and the gateway. – Self-management and remote maintenance The gateway is required to support self-management and remote maintenance. (...) It supports the deployment of multiple IoT applications of different 106 Rec.
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Find out more Caribbean Region Support A listing of regional organisations that provide private sector support in the Caribbean region. Find out more Pacific Region Support A listing of regional organisations that provide private sector support in the Pacific region. Find out more Support | SIDS GBN - FR International Support | SIDS GBN - FR Regional Support | SIDS GBN - FR National Support | SIDS GBN - FR UN System Support | SIDS GBN - FR Faites un don facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Pied de page Conditions d'utilisation Confidentialité de l'information Contactez-nous Courriers frauduleux Droits d'auteur FAQ Index de A à Z
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PowerPoint Presentation SUPPORTING LDC CAPACITY IN TRADE IN SERVICES AUSTRALIA’S AID FOR TRADE WTO Council for Trade in Services Webinar LDC Services Export Performance and Facilitating Implementation of Preferences Notified under the LDC Services Waiver Thursday 3 June 2021 HOW WE DELIVER AID FOR TRADE Supporting LDC Capacity in Trade in Services – Australia’s Aid for Trade 2 − Responsibility of Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade − Bilateral and regional programs − Donations to Enhanced Integrated Framework − Demand-driven and responsive to requests received from LDCs in our region − In 2020, support provided to LDCs in the Pacific, South Asia and South East Asia across the banking and financial, communications, energy, business, transport, tourism and agriculture-related sectors Presenter Presentation Notes SUPPORTING DIGITAL TRADE Supporting LDC Capacity in Trade in Services – Australia’s Aid for Trade 3 − E-Commerce Aid for Trade Fund (commenced 2019) − Includes support for Laos PDR, Cambodia, the Solomon Islands, Kiribati and Tuvalu − Progress on: − Access to e-payments and platforms − Affordability of/access to digital solutions and finance − E-commerce skills − Regulatory environment and government/private sector coordination − Gender inclusion and equality Presenter Presentation Notes SUPPORTING TOURISM EXPORTS Supporting LDC Capacity in Trade in Services – Australia’s Aid for Trade 4 − Digital Tourism Program (commenced 2019) − Includes support for the Solomon Islands, Kiribati and Tuvalu − AUD 13 million in tourism sales generated in 2019 − Subsequent focus on becoming “tourism ready” once borders reopen: − Business monitor to track impact of COVID-19 pandemic on tourism service suppliers − Digital learning platform (Pacific Learning Hub) − National tourism policy and strategies − Promotion of suppliers with Australian travel agents Presenter Presentation Notes https://pacificlearninghub.com/ SUPPORTING SERVICES TRADE POLICY AND REGULATION Supporting LDC Capacity in Trade in Services – Australia’s Aid for Trade 5 − PACER Plus Work Program (commenced 2020) − Includes support for the Solomon Islands, Kiribati and Tuvalu − Identified priorities: − Qualifications frameworks − Qualifications recognition − Compliance with international standards − Exporter capacity in tourism, health and education services sectors Presenter Presentation Notes SUPPORTING LDC CAPACITY IN TRADE IN SERVICES AUSTRALIA’S AID FOR TRADE how we deliver aid for trade Supporting digital trade Supporting tourism exports Supporting services trade policy and regulation Slide Number 6
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Find out more Caribbean Region Support A listing of regional organisations that provide private sector support in the Caribbean region. Find out more Pacific Region Support A listing of regional organisations that provide private sector support in the Pacific region. Find out more Support | SIDS GBN - FR International Support | SIDS GBN - FR Regional Support | SIDS GBN - FR National Support | SIDS GBN - FR UN System Support | SIDS GBN - FR Faites un don facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Pied de page Conditions d'utilisation Confidentialité de l'information Contactez-nous Courriers frauduleux Droits d'auteur FAQ Index de A à Z
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PROPOSED UNITED NATIONS STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK – RESULTS FRAMEWORK DRAFT FOR CONSULTATION 26 February 2016 A brief guide to reading this table Results framework: Contains an outline of the results for which the UN proposes to support the Government of Lebanon from 2017 to 2020 Goal: Broad national objectives Outcome: Desired impact of national and international (including UN) efforts in relation to the national goals Indicators: Proposed indicators to measure progress in achieving national goals and outcomes with specific focus on issues where UN assistance is proposed Counterparts: Primary Government entities which the UN typically engages with on the thematic issues of the outcome Role of the UN: Priorities and initiatives proposed by the UN to support the Government with respect to the outcomes Mission statement: A secure, stable and prosperous Lebanon able to exercise full sovereignty and to respect, protect and ensure the rights of all. Goal 1: All people in Lebanon enjoy peace and security Outcome 1.1 [footnoteRef:1] : Territorial integrity and security strengthened in accordance with human rights principles (i.e. external security) [1: In addition to SCR 1701] Contributing entities : IOM, UNOPS, UNODC, UNICEF, UNDP, UN Women, UNHCR, UNSCOL, UNIFIL Indicators Counterparts Role of UN · Border security policy and border management strategy adopted · Number of border incidents · Number of detentions for illegal entry · Number of human rights violations by security forces reported · ISF · LAF · MOJ · MOIM · Support state authorities to strengthen immigration and border management system (support border management and refurbish border posts; advocate for prevention of military jurisdiction for Children associated with armed forces and groups; sensitize on international standards of refugee protection and asylum seekers) · Support the LAF in updating its Capability Development Plan in line with the UN Human Rights Due Diligence Policy. · Support LMAC in coordinating Mine Action operations and implementing the convention on cluster munitions. Outcome 1.2: Domestic security and law and order maintained in accordance with human rights conventions (i.e. internal security) Contributing entities : UNSCOL, UNIFIL, UNOPS, UNODC, UNICEF, UNDP, UNHCR, OHCHR, UNFPA Indicators Counterparts Role of UN · Number of domestic security incidents recorded · Number of incidents of extremist violence recorded · Number of districts with functional security cell coordination mechanisms in place · [SDG 16.1.2] Conflict-related deaths per 100,000 population (disaggregated by age group, sex and cause) · MOIM · MOJ · LAF · GSO · Support the development of legal and regulatory frameworks on internal security and municipal policing in line with international human rights standards · Support municipal and community based security enforcement bodies to undertake effective policing in their respective constituencies · Support state authorities to prevent violent extremism and counter terrorism (support GoL with technical expertise on PVE; develop a national PVE/CT plan; support implementation of work plan for Children associated with armed forces and groups; support women’s groups to promote conflict prevention) Outcome 1.3: Lebanon has institutionalized mechanisms to promote peace and prevent, mitigate and manage conflict at national, municipal and community levels ( i.e. inter-communal security) Contributing entities : UNSCOL, UNDP, UNHCR, UNRWA, UNIFIL, UNICEF, UN Women, UNFPA Indicators Counterparts Role of UN · Number of inter-communal incidents reported · % female participation in local peacebuilding initiatives · MOIM · MOSA · Support the development of systems and capacities to monitor tensions and conflict risks · Support the implementation of local peacebuilding/crisis mitigation initiatives Goal 2: Lebanon enjoys political stability and practices effective governance Outcome 2.1: Government's ability to improve the performance of institutions and promote participation and accountability increased Contributing entities : UNDP, UNSCOL, ILO, UNICEF, UNFPA, UNESCO, UN Women, UN Habitat Indicators Counterparts Role of UN · Number of national dialogue sessions held · Number of laws passed by the Lebanese Parliament · ECOSOC (Economic and Social Council in Lebanon) revitalized · Municipal and parliamentary elections take place in accordance with international standards · Number of women candidates in elections · Development and reform plans and capacity development initiatives implemented · [SDG 16.7.1] Proportions of positions (by age group, sex, persons with disabilities and population groups) in public institutions (national and local legislatures, public service, and judiciary) compared to national distributions · PCM · MOIM · OMSAR · MOF · MOET · CAS · MEHE · CDR · RPTA · Parliament · Support institutional strengthening to facilitate consensus building on policy and reform issues · Support youth capacities to participate in public life and promote reconciliation (support update and implementation of the National Youth Policy) · Support civil society, youth, gender groups, and trade unions to effectively participate in national decision making processes · Support the strengthening of the Oversight Capacity of Parliament for enhanced legislative functions and accountability (Support parliamentary committees on oversight functions and reporting on implementation of SDGs) · Support Government in electoral reforms to undertake elections in accordance with international standards · Support GoL capacities to implement public administration reform strategy in a transparent and accountable manner · Support relevant ministries with improved capacities to develop and implement fiscal, economic and social policies · Support to the Technical Committee looking into the proper implementation of the decentralization law · Support national and local capacities to undertake disaster risk management · Support reinforcement of National statistic capacities for evidenced based planning and implementation of poverty reduction measures Outcome 2.2: State has institutionalized mechanisms for enhanced protection of human rights, rule of law and access to justice for all people in Lebanon Contributing entities : OHCHR, UNDP, UNFPA, UNSCOL, UNRWA, UNICEF, ILO Indicators Counterparts Role of UN · % of implemented UPR recommendations · Number of court rulings making reference to international human rights and labour conventions · Number of institutionalized mechanisms established to promote/protect human rights · % of children in conflict with the law benefiting from alternatives to post-trial detention · Number of new legal measures adopted to facilitate timely and affordable access to justice to vulnerable groups (refugees, migrant workers, Lebanese poor) · [SDG. 16.b.1] Percentage of the population reporting having personally felt discriminated against or harassed in the previous 12 months on the basis of a ground of discrimination prohibited under international human rights law, disaggregated by age group and sex · PCHR · MOFA · MOJ · MOL · CDR · Provide institutional support for the establishment and functioning of a Human Rights Institution and a National Preventive Mechanism in line with international standards · Support GoL perform effective judicial role in protection of groups at risk (e.g. children and migrants) in line with international human rights and labor conventions · Support GoL capacities to ensure prisons and detention facilities function in line with international Basic Principles for the Treatment of Prisoners · Support Government check and reduce child labor in Lebanon Outcome 2.3.
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While the Hub will facilitate the identification of support services and set up a system to coordinate support to countries, the actual implementation of these services will be done by the UN Agencies supporting the Hub and other actors. (...) Strengthen strategic thought leadership, in support of countries. 3. Engage the ecosystem of support across the UN system and more widely. 4. (...) FAO provides overall administrative and programmatic support for the operations of the Hub. Which UN Agencies, Funds and Programmes (AFPs) support the Hub?
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While the Hub will facilitate the identification of support services and set up a system to coordinate support to countries, the actual implementation of these services will be done by the UN Agencies supporting the Hub and other actors. (...) Strengthen strategic thought leadership, in support of countries. 3. Engage the ecosystem of support across the UN system and more widely. 4. (...) FAO provides overall administrative and programmatic support for the operations of the Hub. Which UN Agencies, Funds and Programmes (AFPs) support the Hub?
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Sample path errors include CRC-6 errors (DS1), Severely-Errored Frame defects (DS1/DS3), and P-bit Parity errors (DS3). */ public unsigned long erroredSecondsPath; // GET /** The severelyErroredSecondspath parameter is a count of 1-second intervals with X or more path error events, or one or more Loss of Signal defect. */ public unsigned long severelyErroredSecondsPath; // GET /** The unavailableSecondsPath parameter is a count of 1-second intervals during which the path is unavailable. */ public unsigned long unavailableSecondsPath; // GET public unsigned long failureCounterPath; // GET public unsigned long farEndCodingViolationsPath; // GET // farEndPathPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it public unsigned long farEndErroredSecondsPath; // GET // farEndPathPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it public unsigned long farEndSeverelyErroredSecondsPath; // GET // farEndPathPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it public unsigned long farEndUnavailableSecondsPath; // GET // farEndPathPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it public unsigned long farEndFailureCounterPath; // GET // farEndPathPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it /** The codingViolationsLine parameter is count of certain error events occurring in the accumulation period. Sample error events include Bipolar Violations (BPVs) and Excessive Zeros (EXZs) occurring over a DS1/DS3 link. */ public unsigned long codingViolationsLine; // GET // nearEndLinePMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it /** An erroredSecondsLine is a count of 1-second intervals in which one or more Line Coding Violation error events were detected. */ public unsigned long erroredSecondsLine; // GET // nearEndLinePMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it /** severelyErroredSecondsLine is a count of 1-second intervals with X or more BPVs plus EXZs, or one or more Loss of Signal defect. */ public unsigned long severelyErroredSecondsLine; // GET // nearEndLinePMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it /** The lossOfSignalLine parameter is a count of 1-second intervals containing one or more Loss of Signal defects. */ public unsigned long lossOfSignalLine; // GET // nearEndLinePMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it public unsigned long failureCounterLine; // GET // nearEndLinePMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it public unsigned long farEndCodingViolationsLine; // GET // farEndLinePMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it public unsigned long farEndErroredSecondsLine; // GET // farEndLinePMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it public unsigned long farEndSeverelyErroredSecondsLine; // GET // farEndLinePMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it public unsigned long farEndlossOfSignalLine; // GET // farEndLinePMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it public unsigned long farEndFailureCounterLine; // GET // farEndLinePMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it public unsigned long codingViolationsSection; // GET // nearEndSectionPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports sections public unsigned long erroredSecondsSection; // GET // nearEndSectionPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports sections public unsigned long severelyErroredSecondsSection; // GET // nearEndSectionPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports sections public unsigned long lossOfSignalSection; // GET // nearEndSectionPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports sections public unsigned long failureCounterSection; // GET // nearEndSectionPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports sections public unsigned long farEndCodingViolationsSection; // GET // farEndSectionPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports sections public unsigned long farEndErroredSecondsSection; // GET // farEndSectionPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports sections public unsigned long farEndSeverelyErroredSecondsSection; // GET // farEndSectionPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports sections public unsigned long farEndlossOfSignalSection; // GET // farEndSectionPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports sections public unsigned long farEndFailureCounterSection; // GET // farEndSectionPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports sections }; // valuetype GenericTransportPmCDValueType valuetype GenericTransportTTPHDValueType: truncatable itut_q822d1::HistoryDataValueType { /** The codingViolationsPath parameter is used as a count of certain error events occurring in the accumulation period. (...) Sample path errors include CRC-6 errors (DS1), Severely-Errored Frame defects (DS1/DS3), and P-bit Parity errors (DS3). */ public unsigned long erroredSecondsPath; // GET /** The severelyErroredSecondspath parameter is a count of 1-second intervals with X or more path error events, or one or more Loss of Signal defect. */ public unsigned long severelyErroredSecondsPath; // GET /** The unavailableSecondsPath parameter is a count of 1-second intervals during which the path is unavailable. */ public unsigned long unavailableSecondsPath; // GET public unsigned long failureCounterPath; // GET public unsigned long farEndCodingViolationsPath; // GET // farEndPathPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it public unsigned long farEndErroredSecondsPath; // GET // farEndPathPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it public unsigned long farEndSeverelyErroredSecondsPath; // GET // farEndPathPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it public unsigned long farEndUnavailableSecondsPath; // GET // farEndPathPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it public unsigned long farEndFailureCounterPath; // GET // farEndPathPMDataPackage // Conditional, present if the instance supports it /** The codingViolationsLine parameter is count of certain error events occurring in the accumulation period.
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Page 633 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 633 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 633 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things 5 I.5 Non-NGN high level service requirements supported by NGN Release 1 capabilities [ITU-T Y.2213] defines the following non-NGN high level service requirements, but some requirements are needed to be supported by NGN functions. Requirement Functions supporting requirement General requirements for identifiers – • Application support functions and service support functions Identifier validation through identifier resolution Identification of identifier schemes • Not applicable Application data encoding • End-user functions – End-user functions shall support application data decoding, but this is not in the scope of this Recommendation. Identification service interworking • Application support functions and service support functions Location information management • Network attachment control functions (NACF) Management of application mobility • Application support functions and service support functions Traceability • Application support functions and service support functions • End-user functions Identifier filtering • End-user functions support identifier filtering Rec.
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International support measures for LDCs | LDC Portal - International Support Measures for Least Developed Countries Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español LDC Portal - International Support Measures for Least Developed Countries Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Trade-related support for LDCs Financial and technical cooperation Support for LDC participation in international forums Support for LDC graduation (Gradjet) Organizations LDC library LDC News and Events Events archive News archive About Home International support measures for LDCs International support measures for LDCs The least developed country (LDC) category was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1971 as a result of the acknowledgment by the international community that special support measures were needed to assist the least developed among the developing countries. (...) This portal contains information on these international support measures, as well as relevant news and analysis. Trade-related international support for LDCs The international community has committed to supporting the goal of integrating the LDCs into the multilateral trading system and increasing their participation in world markets.
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