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With respect to companies which are designed, established with investment and registered for business to achieve the objective of the main, regular and stable supply of public utility products and services, then: (a) The State shall invest capital in them to form assets to service the objective of the supply of public utility products and services; (b) When necessary the State shall transfer the capital portion or assets servicing the objective of the supply of public utility products and services by the company to achieve the objective of the supply of public utility products and services in other companies; (c) They shall have the right to assign, lease out or mortgage assets servicing the objective of the supply of public utility products and services by the company and within the management right of the company when the person who made the decision on establishment of the company so permits. The mortgage of the value of land use rights and assets of a company which are attached to land use rights servicing the objective of the supply of public utility products and services shall comply with the laws on land; (d) They shall be entitled to use the assigned resources to organize additional business operations when the person who made the decision on establishment of the company so agrees, but without effecting achievement of the main objective of the supply of public utility products and services; (dd) To exercise other rights and discharge other obligations of a company participating in public utility operations in accordance with the provisions of this Law. (...) The director shall be the person administering the company and shall be the legal representative of the company, shall be liable to the person who appointed him or to the person who signed the contract hiring him, and shall be legally liable for the exercise of the rights and duties assigned to him. 2.
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Score: 687456.54 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM38A1_LEG_3.pdf
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If the invention was an industrial operation or a method for the manufacturing of a specific 6 product, the owner has the same right over what is produced utilizing this operation or method. Local working is considered to be satisfied by importation. 12/2 - The owner of the patent has the right to prohibit others, not acquiring his/her permission, from manufacturing, utilizing, exhibiting for sale, selling or importing that product for these purposes if the patented is a product. (...) Article (17): 17/1 – The owner of the patent who enjoys prescribed protection as per this system, may authorize another person to conduct all or some of the utilization activities cited in article twelve (1). (...) Article (18): 8 The license contract of utilizing or disposing the patent is subject to supervision by the Patent Office.
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Score: 686423.14 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/omn_e/WTACCOMN25A3_LEG_2.pdf
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We’ve been able to host virtual workshops for volunteers and implement new platforms utilizing technologies that support high- connection virtual learning. --Miroslava Vavrecanova One challenge we had was to translate in-person workshops to virtual settings. How could we deliver something creative and visual? (...) In the face of the unknown, personal connection is what matters. Stay health, stay safe.
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Score: 686172.07 - https://www.unv.org/node/19117/pdf
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ՀՀ ԱՇԽԱՏԱՆՔԻ ԵՎ ՍՈՑԻԱԼԱԿԱՆ ՀԱՐՑԵՐԻ ՆԱԽԱՐԱՐՈՒԹՅՈՒՆ Public Support Public Support ProgrammesProgrammes aimed at aimed at Providing Providing Housing for Housing for Socially Socially DDeprived eprived GGroupsroups 13 October, 20113 October, 20144 Yerevan cityYerevan city 1 RA MINISTRY OF LABOR AND SOCIAL AFFAIRSRA MINISTRY OF LABOR AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS  Law on Social Protection of Children without Parental Law on Social Protection of Children without Parental Care, Article 9Care, Article 9  Law on Social Assistance, Article 12Law on Social Assistance, Article 12  Law on Social Security of Servicemen and their Law on Social Security of Servicemen and their Family Members, Article 34Family Members, Article 34  LLawaw on Allocating Apartments Built for the Refugees on Allocating Apartments Built for the Refugees Forcibly Displaced from the RepublicForcibly Displaced from the Republic of Azerbaijan of Azerbaijan in 1988in 1988--1992 with Ownership Right1992 with Ownership Right  Law on Repressed Persons, Article 6Law on Repressed Persons, Article 6 Other legal acts enforcing the aforementioned laws.Other legal acts enforcing the aforementioned laws. 2 Legal FrameworkLegal Framework  RRegistrationegistration of persons (families) in need of of persons (families) in need of ((eligable foreligable for) housing) housing,, 20020000  Granting credits to Granting credits to 275275 out of 300 registered out of 300 registered families of repressed persons, families of repressed persons, 20012001  Providing housing for 310 out of 390 Providing housing for 310 out of 390 registered orphanage registered orphanage graduatesgraduates and children and children without parental care, 2006without parental care, 2006 3 PROGRAMMES WITHING THE COMPETENCE OF THE RA MLSA  Integrated social services systemIntegrated social services system  Providing appropriate Providing appropriate package of package of social social services based on needsservices based on needs  Housing Housing asas one of social servicesone of social services  RA Government Decree NRA Government Decree N10091009--N, N, 0022.08.201.08.20122  RA Government Decree NRA Government Decree N894894--NN 01.08.201301.08.2013.. 4 HOUSING PROVISION PROGRAMES IN THE HOUSING PROVISION PROGRAMES IN THE CONTEX OF REFORMSCONTEX OF REFORMS  Persons who have been considered as children Persons who have been considered as children without parental carewithout parental care  Orphanage graduatesOrphanage graduates  Families Families who have got more than who have got more than ““00”” points for their points for their general work skills recordsgeneral work skills records  Single employed or unemployed pensionersSingle employed or unemployed pensioners  SingleSingle--parent families if one of the spouses has died parent families if one of the spouses has died or if the child has been adopted by a single personor if the child has been adopted by a single person  Supporting families, the members of which are Supporting families, the members of which are under 18 under 18 5 SOCIALLY SOCIALLY VULNERABLEVULNERABLE AND SPECIAL GROUPSAND SPECIAL GROUPS  Persons belonging to one social group Persons belonging to one social group -- not not more than 50%more than 50%  Priorities:Priorities: -- Children without parental care or Children without parental care or orphanage graduatesorphanage graduates -- SingleSingle--parent householdparent household -- Single pensionerSingle pensioner -- Supporting familySupporting family 6 Distributing the number of social dwelling Distributing the number of social dwelling houses based on social groupshouses based on social groups  General work skills registrationGeneral work skills registration  OnlineOnline access to the necessary dataaccess to the necessary data  Rejection in case of having a living space with Rejection in case of having a living space with ownership rightownership right and if is incapable of selfand if is incapable of self--serviceservice  The apartment has been alienated during the The apartment has been alienated during the previous 5 yearsprevious 5 years  Introduction to the procedureIntroduction to the proceduress of record keeping, of record keeping, puttingputting oon the waitlistn the waitlist, , granting the dwellinggranting the dwelling, as , as well as to residentswell as to residents’’ rights and liabilitiesrights and liabilities 7 Registration and ProvisionRegistration and Provision SFSF proposal proposal withinwithin a one month perioa one month periodd Resident of the given communityResident of the given community TwoTwo--parent family with childrenparent family with children Not Not having family ties tohaving family ties to the the other residents other residents (families) of the social house(families) of the social house One of the adult family members shall earn One of the adult family members shall earn an incomean income Heathy moral and psychological relationship Heathy moral and psychological relationship in the familyin the family 8 Supporting FamilySupporting Family  In accordance with the date of application, place of In accordance with the date of application, place of residence (community) and the social groupresidence (community) and the social group  The same person (family) can be included in different The same person (family) can be included in different social groups at the same timesocial groups at the same time  Priorities:Priorities: the community, region, marz and the the community, region, marz and the countrycountry  In case of equal dataIn case of equal data, priorities will be considered, priorities will be considered  The number of childrenThe number of children  Availability of disabled family members of groups I Availability of disabled family members of groups I and IIand II  One of the family members is a soldierOne of the family members is a soldier 9 Drawing up the WaitlistDrawing up the Waitlist In the events ofIn the events of  Accommodation in a dwelling (in case of different Accommodation in a dwelling (in case of different social groups, too)social groups, too)  Acquiring an apartmentAcquiring an apartment  Grounds set are no more in effectGrounds set are no more in effect  Moving abroad from the RAMoving abroad from the RA  Application on removal from the registerApplication on removal from the register  Written refusal of the dwelling (to be allocated) for Written refusal of the dwelling (to be allocated) for the second timethe second time  Submitting Submitting ununreliable datareliable data  Death of the applicantDeath of the applicant 10 Removal from the RegisterRemoval from the Register  In case of availability of free dwellingIn case of availability of free dwelling  Double check Double check of the availability or absence of the availability or absence of grounds for removal from the register of grounds for removal from the register byby locallocal social servicesocial service agenciesagencies  The citizen is informed on The citizen is informed on the requirement the requirement to to concludconcludee anan agreementagreement  In the event of nonIn the event of non--attendanceattendance the local the local social service agency tries to find out the social service agency tries to find out the reasons or reasons or draws up a draws up a written refusalwritten refusal 11 Providing a DwellingProviding a Dwelling  Perpetual for those who have reached the social Perpetual for those who have reached the social securitysecurity’’s retirement ages retirement age  A 10A 10--year term for supporting families and year term for supporting families and children without parental care (orphanage children without parental care (orphanage graduates)graduates)  The 5The 5--year agreement may be prolonged with 5 year agreement may be prolonged with 5 more years if the ground for record keeping has more years if the ground for record keeping has been maintainedbeen maintained  On a contractual basis On a contractual basis -- after after the expiry date the expiry date 12 Terms for Providing a DwellingTerms for Providing a Dwelling  To freelyTo freely reside in the dwelling including with reside in the dwelling including with family family –– parent, spouse, children, siblings or parent, spouse, children, siblings or other relatives based on an appropriate other relatives based on an appropriate argumentargument  To host relatives for up to a 3To host relatives for up to a 3--month periodmonth period  To be absent for To be absent for a a 66--99 month periodmonth period  To get other social servicesTo get other social services 13 Rights of the Resident Rights of the Resident  To appear in the SNCO within a To appear in the SNCO within a 3030--day day periodperiod  To register at the State Register of Population To register at the State Register of Population within a within a 77--day periodday period  To pay utility fees in a timely mannerTo pay utility fees in a timely manner  Follow the general rules of cohabitation in Follow the general rules of cohabitation in social housessocial houses 14 Liabilities of the ResidentLiabilities of the Resident THANK YOUTHANK YOU A.A.
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Score: 685967.87 - https://unece.org/DAM/hlm/prgm...ocial_aff_Astghik_Minasyan.pdf
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Implementation models for small town WASH The session of the Symposium focusing on implementation approaches for small town WASH in Ethiopia, brought together experiences from the ONEWASH Plus programme (Box 1), with a case study from Welenchiti Town Water Utility, the SWS Learning Partnership (Box 2), and the Itang Town Water Utility (Box 3). (...) It involves engagement of different stakeholders, including utilities, (local) government, private sector and citizens. (...) Having a large and reliable client as UNHCR was found to be beneficial for the utility and the host community. The refugees, through UNHCR, are the main contributors to the utility’s income (93% in 2012 EC).
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Score: 685821.7 - https://www.unicef.org/ethiopi...mplemented%20in%20Ethiopia.pdf
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The focus should remain on productivity. Staff members utilizing FWAs will continue to be guided by the clearly identified goals and actions in their work plans. (...) In the best case scenario, mana- gers can utilize the options themselves. In other words, managers can lead by example. (...) In fact, several Heads of UN entities and other senior officials in the UN system have utilized FWAs. The utilization of work-life policies and practices by senior level staff can positively impact their work-life balance needs as well as set an example and pave the way for junior staff to such policies.
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Score: 685598.97 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...0and%20facts%20%20FWAs%203.pdf
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At individual level, consumers at home can utilize the technology running on their phones to send out notifications to the hub of excess packaged edible items they wish to donate. (...) A web and mobile application that reduces food waste and re-distributes salvaged products to needy persons. Who? The technology helps retailers track and donate near-expiry products in inventory, and enables consumers to donate their excess packaged food to hungry persons. (...) Goals By benefiting from angel investment and partnerships, SalvageHub aims to feed 10,000 three-person families and to prevent the waste of 100 metric tonnes food annually.
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Score: 684423.24 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...rs/web/WebSearch/page0015.html
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At individual level, consumers at home can utilize the technology running on their phones to send out notifications to the hub of excess packaged edible items they wish to donate. (...) A web and mobile application that reduces food waste and re-distributes salvaged products to needy persons. Who? The technology helps retailers track and donate near-expiry products in inventory, and enables consumers to donate their excess packaged food to hungry persons. (...) Goals By benefiting from angel investment and partnerships, SalvageHub aims to feed 10,000 three-person families and to prevent the waste of 100 metric tonnes food annually.
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Score: 684423.24 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...t1/web/WebSearch/page0015.html
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id=61. 4 See From Exclusion to Equality: Realizing the rights of persons with disabilities, Handbook for Parliamentarians on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its Optional Protocol, p. 60. (...) Priority Level Resource allocation is assigned a priority level three. 4.4 Expected Output Invites the Director (4)”: Task 4: “To work collaboratively on accessibility-related activities with ITU-D, in particular developing programmes that enable developing countries to introduce services that allow persons with disabilities to utilize telecommunication services effectively.” (...) The cross-disability makeup of the focus group should include: at least one person who is deaf or hard of hearing, one person who has low vision or is blind, one person with a mobility disability, and one person who has a cognitive or specific learning - 18- disability.
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Score: 683799.37 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/a...lity/Documents/action-plan.pdf
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International Day of Disabled Persons 2006 | United Nations Enable Skip to Content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation English Department of Economic and Social Affairs Disability Search UN DESA Home About Us *COVID-19 CRPD COSP SDGs International Day Issues Resources Multimedia News Calendar Contact Us Home About Us *COVID-19 CRPD COSP SDGs International Day Issues Resources Multimedia News Calendar Contact Us Home International Day of Persons with Disabilities – 3 December International Day of Disabled Persons 2006 International Day of Disabled Persons 2006 E-Accessibility Access to information and communication technologies creates opportunities to everyone in society, but perhaps no-more so than for persons with disabilities. (...) Persons with disabilities are at a considerable disadvantage by not being able to access information technologies. (...) Once adopted and ratified, the International Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities will require entities ensure that persons with disabilities can access information technologies.
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Score: 628208.2 - https://www.un.org/development...sons-2006-e-accessibility.html
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