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E-Teams | UNESCO Inclusive Policy Lab Skip to main content UNESCO Inclusive Policy Lab Menu Inclusive Policy Markers Learning E-teams Member search Think pieces Publications Podcasts Expert advice Invite a friend Work by region Quick links About the Lab About the MOST Programme Stay connected           UNESCO.org Log in User login Username or e-mail * Password * Create new account Request new password You are here: Home » Tee Wee Ang » E-Teams E-Teams Ask this expert Tee Wee Ang IPL expert UNESCO Join Register Ask an expert Explore the inclusive policy markers Join an e-team Invite a friend Refugee access to healthcare – a bioethical response Number of items displayed: 1 Filter by e-team visibility Private (1) Apply Private filter Filter by regional arm Latin America and the Caribbean (1) Apply Latin America and the Caribbean filter Other (1) Apply Other filter South-East Asia (1) Apply South-East Asia filter Southern Africa (1) Apply Southern Africa filter Western Africa (1) Apply Western Africa filter Filter by theme Health and wellbeing (1) Apply Health and wellbeing filter Inclusive social development / inclusive societies / social inclusion (1) Apply Inclusive social development / inclusive societies / social inclusion filter Migration (1) Apply Migration filter Sort by Ascending Descending UNESCO Inclusive Policy Lab We enable knowledge co-creation and translation into inclusive policies Stay connected           Quick links About the Lab About the MOST Programme WWW.UNESCO.ORG Disclaimer of use Privacy Policy Terms of use Contact us Protection of human rights : Procedure 104 Join Register Ask an expert Explore the inclusive policy markers Join an e-team Invite a friend
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Score: 1166908.2 - https://en.unesco.org/inclusiv...cylab/users/tee-wee-ang/eteams
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E-Teams | UNESCO Inclusive Policy Lab Skip to main content UNESCO Inclusive Policy Lab Menu Inclusive Policy Markers Learning E-teams Member search Think pieces Publications Podcasts Expert advice Invite a friend Work by region Quick links About the Lab About the MOST Programme Stay connected           UNESCO.org Log in User login Username or e-mail * Password * Create new account Request new password You are here: Home » Tee Wee Ang » E-Teams E-Teams Ask this expert Tee Wee Ang IPL expert UNESCO Join Register Ask an expert Explore the inclusive policy markers Join an e-team Invite a friend Refugee access to healthcare – a bioethical response Number of items displayed: 1 Filter by e-team visibility Private (1) Apply Private filter Filter by regional arm Latin America and the Caribbean (1) Apply Latin America and the Caribbean filter Other (1) Apply Other filter South-East Asia (1) Apply South-East Asia filter Southern Africa (1) Apply Southern Africa filter Western Africa (1) Apply Western Africa filter Filter by theme Health and wellbeing (1) Apply Health and wellbeing filter Inclusive social development / inclusive societies / social inclusion (1) Apply Inclusive social development / inclusive societies / social inclusion filter Migration (1) Apply Migration filter Sort by Ascending Descending UNESCO Inclusive Policy Lab We enable knowledge co-creation and translation into inclusive policies Stay connected           Quick links About the Lab About the MOST Programme WWW.UNESCO.ORG Disclaimer of use Privacy Policy Terms of use Contact us Protection of human rights : Procedure 104 Join Register Ask an expert Explore the inclusive policy markers Join an e-team Invite a friend
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UNICEF/2017/Moreno Programme Menu Non teebo Senenbires iti bake ainbobo itan benbobo Jakon jaweki senen ati xontakobaona itan ranonbaon Bakebo senen axonti jawekiboriki onankana itan reken akana Bakebo itan ranonbo jakoni jaa Jain nokoti Benxoatibo Jawekibo jabaon tee senen ati Kaypi tarikun: Español Quechua Shipibo English Jain nokoti Icha jakoma jawekira  jake jabaonra bake ainbo itan benbobo ainbo iketian, wetsa axeyabo, jain jabo, jaskati jabo wetsa joni iketian jawen jain ja oinxon jaskati ja, itantibi wetsa jaweki akaibo iketian: 11 bake waranka pikotainoax, mawakana iki ja reken oxe senen akax 2016 tian, jakon akin oinyamakana. 43,6% bake ainbo itan benbo 6 itan 35 oxeya jimi keyoti isinya jatibianko 2016; wetsankobo xekibaon jeman nokota iki 76% Jawetianki westiora bake ainbo itan benbo ikai jimi keyotai onanti iki anikastikamai jawen jakon shinanbo yamake itanribi jakoni jakoni axeyamai  isinai kopi. 26,6% jonibo onpax yoma iki,  wetsankobo amazoniain  nokotai  75%. (...) UNICEF/2017 Benxoatibo Jakoma jawekibo keyoti kopira UNICEF teetai apo betan itanribi jan akinai jonibobetan  jaska axon koshiati kopi jaki koshia joibo itanribi  korikibo ja wetsa axeya jonibo akinti itanribi biso jonibo peruain jabo  jaton kirikabo bikanti kopi, jakoni bakebo aniti kopi, bake beshebo axeati itan bake anichabo, icha onpax itan benxoabo, oinai jakoma jawekibo itan noa jain ikabo koiranti  jatibibetan tsinkitax itan yoyo itana mesko tee akai jonibobetan  itan apo betan teetaibobetan, mesko jakon shinanbo atanan jakon akin teebo ja mainkobo, ja koiranaibo koshiati itanribi  jemankobo jatikasbi  Jawekibo jabaon tee senen ati Shinanbo senen akax jatibitian jakoni jati (Español joi) 17 shinanbo Perú jakon iti (Español joi)   Conoce más de UNICEF Sene ati jawekibo Bakebo itan ranonbo jakoni jaa Bake ainbobo, benbobo itan ranonbo jakon akin ani akana itan axeakin jakon axon, jaskaribi ikanti jake jakon akin koirankana jaskaribi jatibianko Jakon...
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Score: 1165868.75 - https://www.unicef.org/peru/sh...-iti-bake-ainbobo-itan-benbobo
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"These are early days and it is far too soon to make any predictions about how things may develop," said Dr Tee Ah Sian, Director for Combating Communicable Diseases in WHO's Western Pacific Regional Office. (...) We should be on maximum alert." Dr Tee said she was heartened by indications that Mexico believed it was now in a position to contain the spread of the virus, but it was still possible it could mutate and accelerate its transmission once more. (...) "I certainly don't think we are out of the woods yet, so we are calling on all governments in the Western Pacific to remain on maximum alert," said Dr Tee. WHO's pandemic alert remains at level 5, one level short of a full pandemic alert.
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Score: 1163940.3 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...ments-to-stay-on-maximum-alert
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Virtual Policy Dialogue on Documentary Heritage at Risk: Policy Gaps in Digital Preservation 27 October 2020 Programme The Virtual Policy Dialogue (VPD) will be held online on Tuesday, 27 October 2020 in two sessions Session 1: 8:00 – 10:00 CET (UTC+1) Session 2: 17:00 – 19:00 CET (UTC+1) Session 1 8:00-10:00 CET (UTC+1) Zoom Host: Ms Lai Tee Phang, Chair, Preservation Sub-Committee of the UNESCO MoW International Advisory Committee 8:00-8:10 VPD Introduction Ms Lai Tee Phang 8:10-8:15 Welcome remarks Mr Xing Qu, UNESCO Deputy Director-General 8:15-8:30 Keynote: Preservation policy landscape Mr David Fricker, President, International Council on Archives Topic A Cultural Identity at Risk Moderator: Ms Shubha Chaudhuri, Director of the Archives and Research Centre for Ethnomusicology, India 8:30-8:40 Missions Connect: Virtual Reality and Aboriginal heritage Ms Reena Tiwari, Professor of Built Environment, Curtin University, Australia 8:40-8:50 Dialogue contributors: Ms Te Paea Paringatai, University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand Mr Abdullah Al Hinai, Arab Federation for Libraries and Information 8:50-9:00 Questions from the audience 9:00-9:05 Break 2 | P a g e Topic B Sustainability Moderator: Mr Robert Buckley, Technical Adviser at the National Archives of the United Arab Emirates 9:05-9:15 Sustainable, together! Mr Jeffrey van der Hoeven, National Library of the Netherlands 9:15-9:25 International partnerships at the British Library – Sustainable models for preserving cultural heritage Ms Marcie Hopkins, British Library, United Kingdom 9:25-9:40 Dialogue contributors: Mr Gabriel Bunmi Alegbeleye, University of Ibadan, Nigeria Ms Laila Hussein Moustafa, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, United States of America Team ANRI (Mr Adhie Gesit Pambudi, Mr Dhani Sugiharto and Mr Prasetyo Utomo), National Archives of the Republic of Indonesia 9:40-9:50 Questions from the audience 9:50-10:00 VPD Session 1 concluding remarks Ms Lai Tee Phang. Session 2 17:00-19:00 CET (UCT+1) Zoom Host: Ms Natasa Milic-Frayling, Preservation Sub-Committee of the UNESCO MoW International Advisory Committee 17:00-17:10 Welcome and summary of VPD Session 1 Ms Natasa Milic-Frayling Topic C Technology Moderator: Mr Kevin Bradley, Assistant Director General, National Library of Australia 17:10-17:20 KAdKA Project: Grassroot digitalization effort Mr Günther Cyranek and Mr Felix Gross, Archive Digitalization, Cyranek ICT4D, Germany 17:20-17:30 The Magnetic Tape Alert Project: Safeguarding the documents proper of cultural and linguistic diversity Mr Dietrich Schüller, Preservation Sub-Committee of the UNESCO MoW International Advisory Committee 17:30-17:45 Dialogue contributors: Ms Yolia Tortolero Cervantes, Independent Consultant, Mexico Ms Amanda Harris, Director of the PARADISEC Sydney Unit, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Australia Mr Frédéric Marie, President of FIAF, Director of the Cinémathèque Suisse, Switzerland 17:45-17:55 Questions from the audience 17:55-18:00 Break 3 | P a g e Topic D Legal Frameworks Moderator: Ms Ingrid Parent, University Librarian Emerita, The University of British Columbia, Canada 18:00-18:10 Copying for good: A digital preservation perspective Mr Eric Chin, General Counsel, National Library Board, Singapore 18:10-18:20 Dialogue contributors: Ms Maria Soledad Abarca, Head of the Photographic and Audiovisual Collections National Library of Chile Mr Maximiliaan Scriwanek, Director of National Archives, Curaçao 18:20-18:30 Questions from the audience 18:30-18:55 Locknote: Preservation policy challenges Moderator: Mr Adam Farquhar, Partner at Digital Lifecycle Management, United Kingdom Ms Helen Vincent, Chair, IFLA Cultural Heritage Programme Advisory Committee, Member of the IFLA Governing Board Mr David Fricker, President, International Council on Archives Mr Fackson Banda, Chief, Documentary Heritage Unit (MoW), UNESCO 18:55-19:00 VPD Concluding remarks Ms Natasa Milic-Frayling. 17:00-19:00 GMT+ 1 (CET) Zoom
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Score: 1157409.4 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...alogue_programme_27october.pdf
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Minka onana Jawerato región ikainboki noa kai Kirika wisha ointi Tsama Noa jansoayamawe Noa akin shinanxon tee awe Winotabo yoyo ati Sene ati jawekibo Senenbires iti bake ainbobo itan benbobo Bake ainbobo itan benbobora maxkakanke icha jakon jaweki jaton pikota nete kirika biti jaskaribi jakon shinanbo nekebi itan chicho ikabo, jakon akin piti... Non teebo onanti Icha pei Okaya parora Minki onana UNICEFni Okaya parora tee akaibo Kirika wisha ointi Footer - sh Jaweboki non akai Wishakan yoiya Moatian ikabo yoiti Kirika wisha Jaweranorin noa Carabayllo Huancavelica Loreto Okaya parora Jato akinwe Social Footer Secondary Contáctanos Koshi joi
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Score: 1148012.2 - https://www.unicef.org/peru/shp/wishakan-yoiya/konawe
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ResolutionlatinamericareggrGB.indd SAVINGS MOBILISATION RESOLUTION Santiago de Chile, 18 April 2005 WORLD SAVINGS BANKS INSTITUTE Resolution adopted by the members of the WSBI Regional Group for Latin America and the Caribbean on the Mobilisation of Savings Finally, with respect to the economic and institutional environment within which they operate, the member institutions of the GRULAC: Recall that the stability of the financial system is vital to promoting the mobilisation of savings and to facilitate the penetration of the formal financial system into the low- and middle-income sections of the population; Advocate a pluralist formal financial system within which a variety of institutions coexist, thus making it possible to serve as much of the population as possible; Stress the importance of the government in keeping inflation levels under control and point to the advisability of limiting external intervention in the institutions’ internal investment, financial, and commercial policies; Are agreed that adequate mechanisms for prudential su- pervision and internal auditing are indispensable to guaran- teeing a secure environment, free of systemic risks, for the mobilisation of the public’s savings; Draw attention to the need to progressively adapt norms of prudential supervision and regulation to international stan- dards, with a view to having in place modern financial ins- titutions that are ready to face the challenges of the global economy; ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Support initiatives involving participation in deposit guaran- tee funds as a means of ensuring the confidence of savers in the formal financial system; Urge the progressive elimination of a series of legal barriers to the institutions’ activities, so that they can act freely and with full competitive rights in the financial markets, and thus be able to respond effectively to the challenges of glo- balisation; Finally, as a matter of urgency, they call the attention of both the economic and financial authorities, as well as of the institutions within the financial system, to the importance of comprehensively extending and deepening the degree of bank penetration and access. (...) Rue Marie-Thérèse, 11 • B-1000 Brussels • Tel: + 32 2 211 11 11 • Fax: + 32 2 211 11 99 info@savings-banks.com • www.savings-banks.com Published by WSBI © April 2005 The members of the GRULAC declare that: A well functioning financial sector contributes to econo- mic growth and to social cohesion by performing five basic functions2 of which, the mobilisation of savings is paramount; Savings are the principal source of domestic capital ac- cumulation, which in turn, when combined with healthy economic and investment policies, allows a country to ensure sustained growth and improvements in the stan- dard of living of its citizens; Domestic savings are vital to the reduction of depen- dence on external savings, increasing the level of finan- cial savings and thereby the level of investment in the domestic sphere, achieving macroeconomic equilibrium and stable economic growth; The mobilisation of savings is crucially important for the financing of credit, making possible investment in mi- cro-enterprises, SMEs, and other similar entities, with knock-on effects on overall economic growth through the creation of local employment and the reduction of poverty; A strategy for the mobilisation of universal savings plays a key role in the distribution of wealth and in the social and geographic integration of the region’s countries; The act of saving is a necessity for every individual, whatever the level of wealth of a country and of its population. At the micro-economic level, savings are fundamental to the ability of individuals to meet basic needs such as housing and education, as well as to cope with unforeseen events and accidents and to en- ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ sure an income in old age.
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Score: 1143868.8 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...-Resolution-WSBI-Chile-Eng.pdf
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Minka onana Jawerato región ikainboki noa kai Kirika wisha ointi Icha pei Okaya parora Minki onana UNICEFni Okaya parora tee akaibo Kirika wisha ointi Icha pei Loreto mai Minki onana UNICEFni Loretoan tee akaibo Kirika wisha ointi Sene ati jawekibo Jakon jaweki senen ati xontakobaona itan ranonbaon Xontakobo itan ranonbora maxkake icha jaweki onanti jakonax jati kopi, onanti jatibian jaton senen ati itan senen axonkanti.
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Score: 1141848.7 - https://www.unicef.org/peru/sh...ma-winoti-kai-onanax-benxokati
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General Manager for Middle East consumer satellite, pay-TV and cable rollout for Orbit and StarTV Tee-Com Group of Companies: Co-founder of Panafnet; Director of International Operations for Tee-Comm-Canada and Encom-France, launching MMDS broadcasting and DVB satellite networks in Americas and Africa EchoStar Communications -The Netherlands.
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Score: 1141848.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...lites/200212/feierbach-s1.html
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UNICEF/2018 Programme Menu Non teebo Senenbires iti bake ainbobo itan benbobo Jakon jaweki senen ati xontakobaona itan ranonbaon Bakebo senen axonti jawekiboriki onankana itan reken akana Bakebo itan ranonbo jakoni jaa Jain nokoti Benxoatibo Jawekibo jabaon tee senen ati Kaypi tarikun: Español Quechua Shipibo English Jain nokoti Ichamara ikanai ja raomisaibo  bake ranonbo  jainoax axekanaibo itan jainxon koirantibo, jabo jainoax jakoni axekanti kopi. 12,7% bake xontakobo 15 itan 19 baritiayaboronki tookana iki 2016. (...) Benxoatibo Jaska axon jakoma jaweki winotaibo keyoti kopira UNICEF teetai apobetan, itanribi jan akinai jonibobetan jaton shinan akabo itanribi jatibian tee atibo ja bake ranonbaon jain kirika akai, jainoax jakon jaton shinanbo nekebi itan chicho jakonbo, jaskaribi mesko jawekiati pitibo banatibo bakeranonbaona jaska axon icha jaweki axon  animati kopi teebo mesko jaweki pitibo  banaxon koshiati kopi jabo maroxon ja bake ranonbo kirika jain axekanainko jaskaribi peruain jakon akin akabo ja jishti akanti ja bake ranonbo jain teetioma itan jakoma akanaibo ja ranonbo iti jake  jatobetan jaskaxon onanti kopi mesko esebo yorantibo itan jakon akin ainbo ikinxon bakeatibo jaskaribi axekanti jakon ranonbo iti, jakon apo iti jabo koshiati jakanke jaskaribi apobetan tetai  jonibaon mesko shinanbo axon  apo yokati jake ja bake ranonbo kirika axekanainko, jakon  jaton shinanbo nekebi  itan chicho jakonbo, jaskaribi mesko jaweki pitibo banatibo bakeranonbaona; koshiakanti jake ja axeamis jonibaon shinanbo aka jaskaribi jain raomekanai xobo ja jakon akin jishti ati kopi jain raometaibo  jaskaribi bake ranonbaon jakoan jain pikanti, jakon akin kopshiati ranonbo jainxon mesko jawekibo senen akanti jaskaribi jaskaribi ja koshibo, ichax teetaibo jaska axon  jato oinkinti kopi jakon jaton teebo senen akanti jain axekanti, jakon senanbo nekibi itan chicho jakon iti mesko jaweki ati pitibo banati bakeranonbaona. UNICEF/2018 Jawekibo jabaon tee senen ati Kimberly – Ja ranonbaona westiora jakon jaweki jatibi sene ati (Español joi) Troy: Ja ranonbaona westiora jakon jaweki jatibi sene ati (Español joi) Iquitos ranonbo (Español joi) Ucayali ranonbo (Español joi) Carabayllo ranonbo (Español joi) Bakeboranonbo tsinkitax jakoni tsinikanai (Español joi)   Sene ati jawekibo Bakebo itan ranonbo jakoni jaa Bake ainbobo, benbobo itan ranonbo jakon akin ani akana itan axeakin jakon axon, jaskaribi ikanti jake jakon akin koirankana jaskaribi jatibianko Jakon...
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Score: 1140853.5 - https://www.unicef.org/peru/sh...ti-xontakobaona-itan-ranonbaon
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