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The premises belonging to the Venezuelan State have not received any maintenance or upkeep, which the Venezuelan State is responsible for, as owner of the properties. (...) In this regard, it should be noted that the Government of Colombia has continued to fulfil the obligations entered into in lease agreements that it had signed to ensure the functioning of the diplomatic and consular premises of Colombia accredited to Venezuela, as well as its other obligations as an owner and lessee.
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Score: 1360064.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...n_of_diplomats/colombia2_e.pdf
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The funding for utilities (water, electricity and heating) was reduced by 187 thousand francs. 9. 2 posts were cut in the centralised purchasing service and in logistics’ administrative functions. 10. 1 post was cut relating to the studio service and technical support of electronic facilities for conference rooms and meeting rooms. 11. (...) For construction projects relating to renovation and upkeep of buildings and facilities, the list of works priorities is reviewed annually by the PSC, taking into account the available funding in the Building Maintenance Fund (BMF) and also the project management capacity.
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Score: 1336580.8 - https://www.itu.int/council/CO...stricted1/cog07_05e_rec8-4.doc
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“Highly” automated vehicle - Can respond to any traffic hazard or failure (within its functional design domain), without requesting a take-over during a manœuvre 3. (...) Conditions of use (set by the vehicle’s or system’s manufacturer or conceptor) - Functional design domain - Conditions and modalities of recovery, safety and emergency manœuvres 5. Automated road transport system (“ARTS”) - Set of highly or fully automated vehicles, and technical installations allowing remote intervention or participating in security deployed on predefined routes or areas, and supplemented with operating, upkeep and maintenance rules, for the purpose of providing a road transport passenger service 2 6.
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Score: 1256134 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul.../files/2021-09/GRVA-11-23e.pdf
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Appendix Report of the Chief Internal Auditor on significant findings resulting from internal audit and investigation assignments undertaken in 1996 Introduction 1. The Internal Audit function in the ILO is established under Article 30(d) of the Financial Regulations of the Organization. (...) Internal Audit recommended that an overall review of the ILO's contracting of work and services be carried out by management with the objective of having a better definition, standardisation and simplification of contracting processes, while ensuring that operational factors, such as the degree to which contracting functions could be decentralized to the field and the need to obtain the best possible contract delivery times, were balanced with risk factors involved in the contracting function and the need to have effective controls thereof. 5. (...) This would result in the elimination of one computing system and the associated maintenance and upkeep costs, and the improvement of the return on investment of the BMS system.
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Score: 1247834.4 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...s/relm/gb/docs/gb268/pfa-3.htm
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Appendix Report of the Chief Internal Auditor on significant findings resulting from internal audit and investigation assignments undertaken in 1996 Introduction 1. The Internal Audit function in the ILO is established under Article 30(d) of the Financial Regulations of the Organization. (...) Internal Audit recommended that an overall review of the ILO's contracting of work and services be carried out by management with the objective of having a better definition, standardisation and simplification of contracting processes, while ensuring that operational factors, such as the degree to which contracting functions could be decentralized to the field and the need to obtain the best possible contract delivery times, were balanced with risk factors involved in the contracting function and the need to have effective controls thereof. 5. (...) This would result in the elimination of one computing system and the associated maintenance and upkeep costs, and the improvement of the return on investment of the BMS system.
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Score: 1247834.4 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...s/relm/gb/docs/gb268/pfa-3.htm
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The costs involved in the upkeep of said number of workers shall be charged towards federal budget funds: 725 persons - for account of funds allocated for financing the central staff of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation, 795 persons- for account of funds allocated for financing the criminal and enforcemnet system of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation. 4. (...) The basic tasks of the Russia's Ministry of Justice shall include: 1) realization of state policy in the sphere of justice; 2) safeguarding the rights and legitimate interests of person and state; 3) ensuring legal protection of intellectual property; 4) providing for established procedure of functioning of courts; 5) enforcement of acts of juducial and other agencies; 6) enforcement of punishments under criminal law. III. Basic functions of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation 6.
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Score: 1229293.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../rus_e/WTACCRUS33A1_LEG_27.pdf
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PARTICULAR SHOWING THE AREA OF CITRUS UNDER CULTIVATION  BEING OWNED BY PALESTINIAN ARABS AND THE NUMBER OF  LABOURERS REWIRED FOR THE CULTIVATION, UPKEEP AND  IRRIGATION OF SAME. Number of persons Individual owners   7.000 Labourers for cultivation, irrigation and upkeep  23.000 Specialists for motors, pipes and other repairs   3.000  33.000 An average of. 4 dependents for each of above mentioned 132.000 The total number of persons required 165.000 1. (...) Apart from irrigation, the ground cultivation, trimming and upkeep of the groves should be done and finished within the coming 100 days. 5.
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Score: 1226480.1 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-211058/
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Moreover, this allocation is inadequate for the purposes of biodiversity conservation and the upkeep of tourism infrastructure and is therefore leading to the gradual degradation of critical tourism assets. (...) While much progress has been made, the CBNRM programme is not functioning optimally. The overall objective of this solution would be to review and reform the CBNRM programme and associated practices in order to ensure that they deliver better particularly with respect to benefit sharing with local communities thereby augmenting rural welfare and development along with anti-poaching efforts.
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Score: 1211109.7 - https://www.undp.org/botswana/...finance-initiative-report-2019
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Summary of the activities during the last two years Providing expertise to other countries or institutions: Technical supervision of the Project to Support Local Small-Scale Irrigation (PAPIL), Retention Basins and Well Development Project (BARVAFOR) and the Agricultural Value Chains Support Project (PAFA): Supporting the drafting, examination and validation of all technical dossiers submitted by the project on hydroelectrical developments and other rural infrastructure; Supporting the drafting of terms of reference and technical specifications for the proposal request files and Calls for Bids; Participating in the technical assessment of bids to select consultants, consultancies and/or companies; Participating in the control and monitoring of infrastructure and development projects; Supporting the project in terms of communication ; Carrying out studies, dialogue and reflections on issues relating to the project’s areas of intervention; Supporting the introduction and operation of a mechanism for the upkeep and sustainable maintenance of hydroagricultural projects; Making constructive proposals to coordination units about hydroagricultural and pastoral projects and infrastructure; Formulating annual programmes and budgets for activities to be submitted to coordination units; Supporting the project in capacity building for technical departments in the planning, monitoring and assessment of rural engineering actions; Collecting data and being familiar with all tools relevant to the monitoring and assessment of activities carried out in the context of this agreement; Representing those projects, where necessary, at technical events and meetings relating to rural engineering activities.  Providing reference substances/services/training to other countries or institutions Carrying out studies, dialogue and reflections on issues relating to the project’s areas of intervention; Supporting the introduction and operation of a mechanism for the upkeep and sustainable maintenance of hydroagricultural projects Mauritanian mission in Senegal Visits to anti-salt dams and reservoirs  Providing documents on feasibility studies and studies on reservoir construction   Providing handbooks on the management and maintenance of reservoir projects Collaboration with FAO and other institutions and organizations: AfDB, FAO, IFAD- GEF Knowledge dissemination: conferences, meetings and publications -With the help of AfDB, drafting and publication of the National Strategy for the Sustainable Management of Runoff Waters and to Combat Land Salinization in Senegal 2013-2027 Legal status and Government arrangements of the institutions Legal status, with the Government in particular The DBRLA is a State department Governmental arrangements: The DBRLA comes under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Equipment    Potential activities through SSC Possible arrangements: Country, region and subregion Community projects and programmes Potential activities: Capacity building: Control and development of runoff waters, valleys and low-lying land Construction of structures to store rain runoff  Secondary structures for valleys and low-lying land   Innovative and affordable irrigation systems   Models for monitoring developments   Monitoring of salinity Name and details of the head of the institution DIRECTOR, Colonel Youssou Lo: Tel 77 540 97 81/ 77 740 94 56: E-mail: [email protected] Focal points Head of monitoring, Maïssa Goudiaby: 77 535 66 81 E-mail: [email protected] الوظائف المشتريات الأجهزة الرئاسية مكتب المفتش العام مكتب الشؤون القانونية مكتب الشؤون الأخلاقية للإتصال بنا القواعد والشروط إشعار بشأن حماية البيانات والخصوصية التحذير من رسائل تحايلية الإبلاغ عن سوء السلوك المكتب الاقليمى لأفريقيا المكتب الإقليمي لآسيا والمحيط الهادي المكتب الإقليمي لأوروبا وآسيا الوسطى المكتب الإقليمي لأمريكا اللاتينية والبحر الكاريبي المكتب الإقليمي للشرق الأدنى وشمال أفريقيا المكاتب الإقليمية الفرعية خريطة الهيكل التنظيمي X تابعونا على                                       حمّل تطبيق الفاو © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1179223.4 - https://www.fao.org/south-sout...y/database/detail/ar/c/422938/
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Summary of the activities during the last two years Providing expertise to other countries or institutions: Technical supervision of the Project to Support Local Small-Scale Irrigation (PAPIL), Retention Basins and Well Development Project (BARVAFOR) and the Agricultural Value Chains Support Project (PAFA): Supporting the drafting, examination and validation of all technical dossiers submitted by the project on hydroelectrical developments and other rural infrastructure; Supporting the drafting of terms of reference and technical specifications for the proposal request files and Calls for Bids; Participating in the technical assessment of bids to select consultants, consultancies and/or companies; Participating in the control and monitoring of infrastructure and development projects; Supporting the project in terms of communication ; Carrying out studies, dialogue and reflections on issues relating to the project’s areas of intervention; Supporting the introduction and operation of a mechanism for the upkeep and sustainable maintenance of hydroagricultural projects; Making constructive proposals to coordination units about hydroagricultural and pastoral projects and infrastructure; Formulating annual programmes and budgets for activities to be submitted to coordination units; Supporting the project in capacity building for technical departments in the planning, monitoring and assessment of rural engineering actions; Collecting data and being familiar with all tools relevant to the monitoring and assessment of activities carried out in the context of this agreement; Representing those projects, where necessary, at technical events and meetings relating to rural engineering activities.  Providing reference substances/services/training to other countries or institutions Carrying out studies, dialogue and reflections on issues relating to the project’s areas of intervention; Supporting the introduction and operation of a mechanism for the upkeep and sustainable maintenance of hydroagricultural projects Mauritanian mission in Senegal Visits to anti-salt dams and reservoirs  Providing documents on feasibility studies and studies on reservoir construction   Providing handbooks on the management and maintenance of reservoir projects Collaboration with FAO and other institutions and organizations: AfDB, FAO, IFAD- GEF Knowledge dissemination: conferences, meetings and publications -With the help of AfDB, drafting and publication of the National Strategy for the Sustainable Management of Runoff Waters and to Combat Land Salinization in Senegal 2013-2027 Legal status and Government arrangements of the institutions Legal status, with the Government in particular The DBRLA is a State department Governmental arrangements: The DBRLA comes under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Equipment    Potential activities through SSC Possible arrangements: Country, region and subregion Community projects and programmes Potential activities: Capacity building: Control and development of runoff waters, valleys and low-lying land Construction of structures to store rain runoff  Secondary structures for valleys and low-lying land   Innovative and affordable irrigation systems   Models for monitoring developments   Monitoring of salinity Name and details of the head of the institution DIRECTOR, Colonel Youssou Lo: Tel 77 540 97 81/ 77 740 94 56: E-mail: [email protected] Focal points Head of monitoring, Maïssa Goudiaby: 77 535 66 81 E-mail: [email protected] Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                             Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1179223.4 - https://www.fao.org/south-sout...y/database/detail/en/c/422938/
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