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SECOND GLOBAL COOPERATION FRAMEWORK, 2001-2003
BDP, through its network of policy specialists based at headquarters and in the SURFs, will undertake global advocacy and analysis, knowledge-networking and policy support at the regional and country levels. (...) The relevance of the second GCF to the needs of programme countries and policy coherence between global, regional and national efforts will be addressed by SURF boards. The membership of SURF boards is composed of resident representatives of country offices of the subregion, representatives of BDP and of the regional bureaux. (...) SURFs will manage demand for policy support from programme countries, coordinate the provision of policy support, and identify and share experience of good practice worldwide through knowledge networks. 48.
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FAL ANS & ATM Webinars CART Webinar Future of ATM- COVID19 MOKFANS Environment CORSIA State Action Plans MANDD NewsLetters ICAO Training Search ICAO Training Courses ICAO Training Events Site Index AFI/MID ASBU Implementation Workshop   Page Content ICAO AFI/MID ASBU IMPLEMENTATION WORKSHOP (Cairo, Egypt, 23 - 26 November 2015)     ​Invitation Letter                   ​Revise d Bulletin               ​ ​ Work Programme              ​   DAY 1    ​# ​ PRESENTATIONS​   ​ 1.1 Welcome             ​​ ​ 1.2​ ​ Performance-Based Approach for ASBUs Implementation​ ​ ​1.3-1 ​ MID Region Air Navigation Strategy​ ​ ​1.3-2 ​ AFI Air Navigation System Implementation Action Plan​ ​ 1.4​ ​ IATA - Airline Requirements​ ​ 1.5-1​ ​ Iran ASBU B0 Implementation ​​ ​ ​1.5-2 ​ ATNS ASBU B0 Implementation​ ​ ​ ​ DAY 2 ​ ​ 2.1-1​ ​ ​PBN implementation in the AFI and MID Regions ​ ​2.1-3​ ​ ​PBN Implementation from Industry perspective RNA, RNP & RNP AR ​ ​2.2-1 ​ ​ASBU Modules B0-SURF & B0-ACDM ​ 2.2-2​ ​ ​Egypt B0-SURF ​ ​2.2-3​ ​ ​A-CDM in Germany ​ ​2.2-4 ​ ATNS ASBU Block 0 Implementation Status​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ DAY 3​​ ​ ​3.1-1 ​ ​B0-DATM, B0--AMET and FICE Implementation in MID and AFI ​ 3.1-2​ ​ ​B0-DATM Implementation in South Africa​ ​ ​3.1-3 ​ ​FICE Implementation in UAE ​ ​ ​3.2-1 ​ ​B0-FRTO, B0-NOPS, B0-ACAS and B0-ASUR Implementation in the AFI and MID Regions ​ ​3.2-2 ​ ​B0-FRTO, B0-NOPS, B0-ACAS and B0-ASUR Implementation in South Africa  ​ ​3.3-1 ​ ​B0-CCO, B0-CDO and B0-TBO Implementation in the AFI and MID Regions  ​ ​3.3-2 ​ ​B0-CCO, B0-CDO Implementation in Qatar ​ ​ ​ DAY 4 ​ ​ ​ ​4.1-1​ ​Harmonization of implementation of G-G Communications ​ ​4.1-2 ​ ​Harmonization of ATS Routes between AFI and MID ​ ​4.2-1 ​ ​SWIM - Some practical steps ​ ​4.2-2 ​ ​Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) ​ ​4.2-3 ​ Block 0 - Block 1​​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​   Share this page : Contact ICAO | The United Nations Terms and Conditions | External Resources | Web Support | FAQ © International Civil Aviation Organization
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The first episode tells the story of how surfing unites a group of young women who are taking their long boards to the water, refusing to accept the idea that surfing is only for men. (...) “If you get girls to participate in a sport that a majority of the time, in surfing, or in any other sport, is male dominated, that breaks the barriers for women’s rights and women’s recognition and setting up women to beat the expectation of men.”
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EVALUATION OF THE 3RD GLOBAL COOPERATION FRAMEWORK
Almost all regional service centres or SURFs and the three thematic centres were visited. Selected case study locations are presented in table 1. 5 DP/2008/44 Table 1: Case study countries and regional service centres / subregional resource facilities UNDP region / thematic centres Case study countries Regional service centres and SURFs Africa Liberia Mali Rwanda Tanzania Zambia RSC Dakar RSC Johannesburg Arab states Tunisia Yemen SURF Beirut Asia and the Pacific Cambodia Indonesia Nepal RSC Bangkok RSC Colombo Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States Armenia Uzbekistan RSC Bratislava Latin America and the Caribbean Bolivia El Salvador SURF Panama City Thematic centres Drylands Development Centre, Nairobi International Poverty Centre, Brasilia Oslo Governance Centre 18. (...) Clarity and full awareness of the range of functions and services provided under the framework was lacking among UNDP units, including the regional bureaux, the regional service centres, SURFs and country offices. Consequently, reach and contribution of the framework were significantly limited; (d) The third global cooperation framework was largely driven by supply rather than by client demand.
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BUDGET ESTIMATES FOR THE BIENNIUM 1998-1999 : REPORT OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE AND BUDGETARY QUESTIONS
It also incorporates the establishment of a limited number of subregional resource facilities (SURFs) for support capacity at that level. 20. With regard to the latter, paragraph 53 of the report indicates five facilities will be established initially, one in each region. (...) The Committee notes, as indicated in paragraph 17 of the document, that the SURFs "will be introduced gradually to allow for adjustments in the light of experience. (...) On the basis of information available to it, the Advisory Committee believes that the role and function of the SURFs has not been sufficiently clarified and defined.
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Improve availability of  meteorological Information 23 July 2013 Page 4 RPOs and Block 0 modules matrix ASBU RPO PIA1 Airport Operations PIA2 SWIM PIA3 Global Collaborative ATM PIA4 Trajectory-based Operations B015 RSEQ B0 65 APTA B070 WAKE B075 SURF B0 80 ACDM B025 FICE B030 DAIM B0105 AMET B010 FRTO B035 NOPS B084 ASUR B085 ASEP B086 OPFL B0101 ACAS B102 SNET B005 CDO B020 CCO B040 TBO PBN Implementation X X X X FUA X DCB X X ATM Situational Awareness X X X X X X Improve SAR Improve Cap/Efficiency Aerodrome Operations X X COM X X X AIM X MET X RPO completed: RPO5 New ICAO Flight Plan model implementation RPO merged into other RPO: RPO on WGS-eTOD implementation and RPO on WRC- State support and best use of radiofrequency spectrum 23 July 2013 Page 5 Group Composition‐ G1 • To review: – RPOs: PBN implementation and FUA – ANRFs: B0‐65 APTA, B0‐10 FRTO, B0‐05 CDO and B0‐20 CCO • Group Composition: – Shenneth (Antigua and Barbuda) – Sergio (Costa Rica) – Orlando (Cuba) – Orville (Jamaica) – Jorge (Mexico) – Leah (United States) – Riazz (Trinidad and Tobago) 23 July 2013 Page 6 Group Composition‐ G2 • To review: – RPO: DCB and Situational Awareness – ANRFs: B0‐15 RSEQ, B0‐35 NOPS and B0‐84 ASUR • Group Composition: – Fernando (Costa Rica) – Jaime (Mexico) – Julio (Dominican Republic) – El‐Kar (IFATCA) – Fernando (COCESNA) – Ian (United States) – Rohan (Trinidad and Tobago) 23 July 2013 Page 7 Group Composition‐ G3 • To review: – RPO: Aerodrome Operations and Communications (COM) – ANRFs: B0‐75 SURF, B0‐80 ACDM, B0‐25 FICE and B0‐102 SNET • Group Composition: – Carlos (Cuba) – Betty (Dominican Republic) – Gordon (Jamaica) – Alvaro (Mexico) – Hector (Mexico) – Sergio Valencia (Mexico) – Christopher (united States) – Javier (CANSO) 23 July 2013 Page 8 Group Composition‐ G4 • To review: – RPO: AIM and MET – ANRFs: B0‐30 DAIM, B0‐105 AMET, B0‐101 ACAS and B0‐40 TBO • Group Composition: – Lorraine (Antigua and Barbuda) – Ernesto (Cuba) – Maxine (Jamaica) – Luis (Mexico) – Sergio Chavez (Mexico) – Midori (United States) – Alfredo (COCESNA) 23 July 2013 Page 9 Thank You
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Aslam Chaudhry, DSD/ UN-DESA 09:55 - 10:15 Water Provision and the MDGs: Examples from the LAC Region Ms. Leida Mercado, UNDP, SURF-LAC 10:15 – 10:35 Mainstreaming Water and Sanitation MDGs into National Development Policies Mrs. (...) Mario Perez de Latorre, AYSA , Argentina 15:00 – 15:20 Coffee/Tea Break 15:20 – 15:40 Sustainable Management of Watersheds: The Role of Payments for Ecosystem Services Ms. Leida Mercado, UNDP SURF-LAC 15:40 – 16:20 Water Tariffs and Subsidies: Impact on Expansion of Water Services and Sustainability of Utilities Mr.
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Score: 1144211.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...r/workshop_lac/agenda_day1.pdf
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The first episode tells the story of how surfing unites a group of young women who are taking their long boards to the water, refusing to accept the idea that surfing is only for men. (...) “If you get girls to participate in a sport that a majority of the time, in surfing, or in any other sport, is male dominated, that breaks the barriers for women’s rights and women’s recognition and setting up women to beat the expectation of men.”
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