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 Confronting the Crisis Kbps Kilobit per second LTE Long Term Evolution Mbps Megabit per second NCTA National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) NGN Next-Generation Network NTIA US National Telecommunications and Information Administration OECD Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development R&D Research & Development RUS US Rural Utilities Service SNG Strategic Networks Group UK United Kingdom US United States US$ United States Dollar VAT Value-Added Tax VoIP Voice over Internet Protocol W-CDMA Wideband Code Division Multiple Access 84 Confronting the Crisis: ICT Stimulus Plans for Economic Growth
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 Confronting the Crisis stimulus plans are in fact dwarfed by the hundreds of billions of dollars that the existing broadband industry has already invested in broadband networks and services, amounting to far more than announced in any stimulus plan to date. (...) However, it is impor-tant to note that despite their scale and the publicity broadband industry.36 surrounding them, the amounts announced in the Not All Broadband is Created Equal Figure 4 Interactive Signboards Tele-Medecine Tele-Learning Interactivity level Multilocation Collaboration Virtual Sports Utility Computing Grids Social Networking Virtual laboratories Rich Media Next-Generation TV E-mail Video Conferencing Browsing 64-256 Kbps 512 Kbps-2Mbps 20 Mbps-1 Gbps Effective Bandwidth first-Generation Access Type Narrowband Broadband Next-Generation Broadband Typical Technology PSTN 2G DSL, 3G FTTx, LTE Typical Capital $20-$50 $100-$150 $300-$2,500 Expenditure/Subsidy per subscriber Source: Booz & Company (2009). (in US$) Confronting the Crisis: ICT Stimulus Plans for Economic Growth 37
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 Confronting the Crisis Evolution in Fixed Internet Access speeds Figure 8 Number of countries with broadband commercially available 200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 81 113 133 145 166 174 182 40 20 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Growth in max. broadband speed available 70 60 2003 2005 2008 Number of countries 50 2008 40 30 2005 20 2003 10 0 256 512 768 1024 1280 1536 1792 2048 2304 2560 2816 3072 3328 3584 >3'584+ Speed (kbps) Source: ITU. (...) These speeds are maximum commercial speeds advertised and are not always available (or achievable) due to traffi c, utilization etc. 57
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.  The issues surrounding migrant and refugee children in Trinidad and Tobago has become more pronounced with the geographical and other barriers which confront indigenous communities exacerbating disparities.  49% of children in Belize living in multidimensional poverty.  Children with disabilities faced an abrupt suspension in their physical and academic support frameworks Exixting MHPSS Intervention Frameworks  Health and Family Life Education (HFLE)  Guidance Counsellors  MHPSS Related Policy and Protocols  Student Support Services Department MHPSS Delivered Across the Nine Countries  Four of the nine countries offered MoE helplines -Jamaica, Dominica, Barbados and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. (...) MHPSS and awareness building initiatives should be wide ranging, available in multiple formats and languages and multiple channels of delivery utilized. Children with Disabilities  Develop personalized education plans.  Scale up assistive technologies for learners with disabilities.  Ensure data collection frameworks promote disability-inclusive data Indigenous, Migrant and Refugee Communities  Utilize community leaders and existing community systems of governance.  Build capacity within vulnerable and marginalized communities. CONCLUSION Key Policy Measures & Services Offered on MHPSS CONCLUSION ALL MoE’s moved to inject some aspect of MHPSS in it’s emergency response.  The response was largely progressive characterised by an ad hoc, siloed, approach at a class and individual level in most of the countries.  All countries confronted similar challenges: the attitudes of stakeholders, access to internet connectivity and technological devices, teacher e-learning pedagogical and SEL capacities, the parental and household dynamics driving risks and the further exclusion of vulnerable and marginalized communities  The response was multifaceted with a mix of multi-media outreach via TV and Radio, production of short interactive programming, videos, webinars, e-flyers and the provision of virtual counselling sessions, helplines, parent and teacher capacity building interventions are working to build a culture of awareness of these issues.  The need to build institutional resiliency requires robust integration mechanisms to address gaps in psychosocial components of e-learning and facilitate mainstreaming of MHPSS as a developmental component in education children and young people.
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Score: 1033544.7 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...g_report_presentation2pptx.pdf
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Science, technology and innovation are enablers of development, the UN Technology Bank as the focal point on STI for LDCs assists them in improving the utilization of scientific and technological solutions and promotes their integration into the global knowledge-based economy. (...) The three organisations plan to cooperate on developing awareness and educational tools to promote global technology access and explore methods to utilize the experience and expertise related to the technology’s assessment, deployment, adaptation and implementation, and related capacity building activities. (...) Least developed countries are low-income countries confronting severe structural impediments to sustainable development.
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Score: 1004287.5 - https://www.un.org/technologyb...ech_bank_mou_tubitak_final.pdf
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Accordingly, as a top level standard organization relating to ICTs as well as the United Nations agency, the ITU should concern about future knowledge societies. 5.2 Potential risks in ICT infrastructures Knowledge societies will have to cope with instability and insecurity since the accelerated spread of knowledge will be confronted with risks in ICT infrastructures. There are many potential risks in ICT infrastructures as follows. • In nature  New technology development: Any scientific progress and technology development may incur potential risks. (...) In the ICT infrastructure, new technological revolution may provide great advantages for utilizing networking resources. However, it confronts unidentified risk beforehand. • Human behaviours  Human-human interactions: If there is no trust among peoples, their interactions (e.g., exchanging data and information) have meaningless due to lack of confidence with each other.
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Those are Outcome 2 (School-aged and adolescent 2 boys and girls learn, acquire skills for life, demand, access and utilize services in a healthy, resilient and gender-responsive environment); Outcome 3 (The most vulnerable children are protected from poverty and violence, are accessing justice and social and child protection services, and are thriving in a caring family environment) and Outcome 4 (There is a more conducive environment for policy and child rights governance, with a focus on equity accountability and on social and gender norms change). - Outcome 2 (School-aged and adolescent boys and girls learn, acquire skills for life, demand, access and utilize services in a healthy, resilient and gender-responsive environment) is very relevant and timely for Albania considering the high youth migration rates. - Under Outcome 3 – UNICEF supported the Ministry of Justice to develop and budget for the National Justice for Children Strategy — a first of its kind document dedicated to child- friendly justice in Albania. In the new CPD UNICEF will also focus on ensuring the rights of children are respected when confronted with the justice system. ADC has an ongoing project with UNDP in Albania that aims to increase access to justice for vulnerable groups and strengthen the free legal aid system.
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Score: 989732.8 - https://www.unicef.org/executi...ria-comments-EN-2021.07.06.pdf
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International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict | Messages | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Türkçe Українська International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict 6 November Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home Messages UN Observances Abandoned war utilities in South Sudan, 2006. © UNEP Secretary-General's Message - 2021 The climate crisis is a peace and security crisis.   (...) The assault on our planet is driving instability, displacement and confrontation, and making our quest for peace ever more difficult. 
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 Confronting the Crisis Insight 7: ARRA Broadband Investment Program Guidelines of USDA – RUS Issued 9 July 2009 3. (...) Establish appropriate monitoring and servicing of the investments to ensure that the objectives are achieved. The Rural Utilities Service (RUS) will support the expansion of broadband services in rural areas in the United States through fi nancing and grants to projects that provide access to high-speed services and facilitate economic development in locations without suffi cient access to such services.
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International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict | Messages | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Türkçe Українська International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict 6 November Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home Messages UN Observances Abandoned war utilities in South Sudan, 2006. © UNEP Secretary-General's Message - 2021 The climate crisis is a peace and security crisis.   (...) The assault on our planet is driving instability, displacement and confrontation, and making our quest for peace ever more difficult. 
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Score: 981740.6 - https://www.un.org/en/node/109433
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