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Article 50: Where a third person has been designated by the Minister, the authorization may only be transferred with the enterprise or business of that person or with the part of the enterprise or business within which the patented invention is being exploited. (...) Article 68: The final decision of the competent Court shall be notified to the Registrar who shall record it and publish a reference thereto as soon as possible. CHAPTER III: UTILITY MODEL CERTIFICATES SECTION 1: Protectable Utility Model Certificate Article 69: For the purposes of this Law, a utility model certificate means a certificate which is granted for the protection of a utility model. (...) SECTION 3: Special Provisions Relating to Utility Model Certificates Article 71: Articles 5 and 7 of this Law shall not apply in the case of inventions for which utility model certificates are requested.
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Score: 805685.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/khm_e/WTACCKHM19_LEG_8.pdf
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Article 68.- The final decision of the Court shall be notified to the Registrar who shall record it and publish a reference thereto as soon as possible. CHAPTER III UTILITY MODEL CERTIFICATES SECTION 1 Protectable Utility Model Certificate Article 69.- For the purposes of this Law, a utility model certificate means a certificate which is granted for the protection of a utility model. (...) SECTION 3 Special Provisions Relating to Utility Model Certificates Article 71.- Articles 5 and 7 shall not apply in the case of inventions for which utility model certificates are requested. (...) The Registers may be consulted by any person, and any person may obtain extracts therefrom, under the conditions prescribed in the Regulations.
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Score: 805263.43 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...cc_e/khm_e/WTACCKHM5_LEG_9.pdf
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COVID-19 WASH for COVID-19 Response in Slums and Informal Urban SettlementsGN6 • Map inequities in provision of WASH services using assessment tools • Monitor service disruptions • Map risk factors and health conditions with spatially referenced information, displayed on platforms to allow decision makers real- time access • Ensure WASH service continuity and meet the needs of the most vulnerable e.g. through cooperation with urban safety net programmes • Promote/ enforce physical and social distance between users • Promote innovative solutions to take care of additional grey water from increased handwashing and other types of waste • Consider safety and accessibility to reduce the risks of gender- based violence and encourage usage by women and girls, and persons with disabilities FOR FURTHER DETAILS: ROSA, WASH (tdooley@unicef.org) • Build inclusive partnerships and support government-led coordination of all relevant service providers (municipal authorities, utilities, humanitarian and development partners, private sector, community organisations, women’s groups and landlords) • Empower critical community-level WASH actors (i.e. authorities, utilities and other community- level service providers) to take leadership in the response UNDERSTAND GOVERNANCE, COMMUNITY DYNAMICS AND COORDINATION ISSUES TO MAXIMISE THE IMPACT OF INTERVENTIONS ADDRESS CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF SUPPLYING WATER, SANITATION, HYGIENE AND WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES GATHER SPATIAL INFORMATION IN REAL TIME TO INFORM WASH INTERVENTIONS GUIDING PRINCIPLES PA G E 1 O F 2 Households and isolation centres • Identify and train community volunteers to provide IPC assistance to suspected and confirmed COVID-19 cases • Identify at-risk households for prioritized interventions such as elderly, persons with underlying health conditions, large families with poor living conditions, and persons with disabilities • Prevent conflict and stigma that may be associated with households with suspected cases of COVID-19 • Support provision of adequate WASH as well as training of isolation centres personnel in community isolation spaces Functioning schools in informal settlements • Support safe schools protocols, including the provision of hand washing facilities, soap, cleaning materials and increase onsite water storage capacity RECOMMENDED ACTIONS PLANNING AND COORDINATION HYGIENE PROGRAMMING SECTOR LEVEL SUPPORT WASH SERVICES AND INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL (IPC) • Support city government, municipalities, utilities and small WASH service providers to ensure continuity of WASH services • Support peer to peer learning, virtual technical exchange and capacity support among utilities • Advocate for additional financial support to utilities to meet increased demand and sustain their operations • Strengthen data and evidence generation for advocacy, planning and provision of WASH services as part of the city masterplan • Protect front-line service providers (WASH and solid waste management providers) with adequate personal protective equipment 1 4 2 3 FOR FURTHER DETAILS: ROSA, WASH (tdooley@unicef.org) NATIONAL LEVEL • Ensure inclusion of informal urban settlements and slums in the national COVID-19 response plan CITY LEVEL • Assist city government, municipalities and utilities to develop a response plan that includes informal settlements • Develop standard planning and response protocols for informal settlements, ensuring city level coordination committees include community representatives • Identify high-risk areas (i.e. based on overcrowding, water and sanitation deficits, transit places, health facilities, schools) • In collaboration with local representatives and community organisations, develop a geo-referenced community map of high-risk areas • Use GIS tools to communicate information to decision makers and local community-management structures • Develop community-based monitoring and reporting systems to provide feedback on functionality and adequacy of WASH services IMMEDIATE ACTIONS • Build on existing initiatives to promote hand hygiene • Identify and train established community groups on basic IPC in coordination with Ministry of Health, municipalities and others • Install handwashing stations and develop mechanisms for operating them (e.g. community organisations assign youths/ residents to operate them) INTERMEDIATE ACTIONS • Encourage local private sector actors to promote local design and production of handwashing stations and sustained access to soap • Promote public-private partnership with multinational companies for provision of soap and other hygiene materials IMMEDIATE ACTIONS Secure access and continuity to water and sanitation services • Ensure continuity of water supply through: meeting peak demand (e.g. water trucking or additional emergency storage), not disconnecting defaulting consumers, subsidizing utilities or cash transfers for access to WASH services for the most vulnerable. • Install temporary sanitation facilities (including regular desludging and cleaning services) to reduce sharing of facilities • Increase the frequency of solid waste disposal and management • Engage and empower small private vendors providing WASH services • Set up a rapid response specialist team to make any critical emergency repairs to WASH infrastructure • Support provision of personal protective equipment where needed for safe delivery of services Clusters of cases or places in quarantine • Ensure continuous access to essential WASH services in quarantined informal settlements and slums • Provide IPC kits to all vulnerable households through in-kind distribution, or cash-transfer/ social safety net based on local knowledge INTERMEDIATE ACTIONS Improve access and continuity of WASH services • Implement a cash-based approach for the most vulnerable groups • Strengthen supply chains for essential WASH products • Support the extension of low- cost networked water supply and sanitation services to under- serviced areas • Increase per capita daily water supply to meet additional needs during this emergency period • Increase solid waste and faecal waste management services WASH for COVID-19 Response in Slums and Informal Urban SettlementsGN6 PA G E 2 O F 2
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Score: 799155.37 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/media/8131/file
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Persons carrying out the invention/utility solution registration procedures on behalf of the subjects 3.1. (...) For the subjects entitled to file their applications and carry out the related procedures prescribed in Clauses 2 and 3.a, Article 15 of the Decree, the following persons may, on behalf of the subjects, carry out the invention/utility solution registration procedures before the National Office of Intellectual Property and other competent agencies: a) The very individuals or their representatives at law (for the subjects being individuals); b) The subjects’ representatives at law; individuals being members of the subjects who are authorized by the subjects’ representatives at law to represent; the head of the subjects’ representatives offices or branches, who are authorized by the subjects’ representatives at law to represent (for the subjects being legal persons or other subjects); c) The heads of the Vietnam-based representatives offices of the foreign subjects, who are authorized by such subjects to represent; the representatives at law of the enterprises which are established in Vietnam and have the 100% of investment capital owned by the foreign subjects, who are authorized by such subjects to represent; d) The persons who meet one of the conditions prescribed at Points 3.2.a, 3.2.b and 3.2.c are among the individuals or the legal persons or other subjects if the subjects comprise many individuals, legal persons or other subjects, and if such persons are authorized by all individuals, legal persons or other subjects to represent. 3.3. (...) Request for substantive examination of inventions, utility solutions 21.1. Within 42 months counting from the priority date of invention applications or 36 months from the priority date of utility solution applications, the applicants or any third parties may request the National Office of Intellectual Property to examine the contents of the relevant inventions or utility solutions.
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Score: 797490.43 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM33A1_LEG_1.pdf
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To monitor and adjust sector policies an programs II. To benchmark Utilities against best practices national or regional Regulatory Body I. Use as a Management tool to evaluate utilities operational processes and compile their performance profile Customers or consumers I. (...) Data mismatch among different sections of the utilities (e.g Billing and Finance), 3. In general, availability of data rests on persons rather than institutional, 4.
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Score: 794043.46 - https://www.unicef.org/ethiopi...nce_indicators_in_Ethiopia.pdf
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Type of activity: to promote the introduction of services that allow persons with disabilities to make effective use telecommunication/ICT services and standards in developing countries through the implementation of specific projects on the subject. click here for more information   A big thanks to our sponsor from 2015 Page Content 4 ITU would like to express profound gratitude to the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority for the recent contribution of 15,000 CHF to the ITU Accessibility Fund for Persons with Disabilities. The contribution from the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority to the Accessibility Fund will support ITU to continue working on enabling an accessible future for all. (...) ITU expresses appreciation to the Republic of Rwanda's Utilities Regulatory Authority for the solid and generous contribution to ITU's mission.  
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Score: 790815.53 - https://www.itu.int/en/action/...y/Pages/accessibilityfund.aspx
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Type of activity: to promote the introduction of services that allow persons with disabilities to make effective use telecommunication/ICT services and standards in developing countries through the implementation of specific projects on the subject. click here for more information   A big thanks to our sponsor from 2015 Page Content 4 ITU would like to express profound gratitude to the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority for the recent contribution of 15,000 CHF to the ITU Accessibility Fund for Persons with Disabilities. The contribution from the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority to the Accessibility Fund will support ITU to continue working on enabling an accessible future for all. (...) ITU expresses appreciation to the Republic of Rwanda's Utilities Regulatory Authority for the solid and generous contribution to ITU's mission.  
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Score: 790815.53 - https://www.itu.int/en/action/...y/Pages/accessibilityFund.aspx
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Member States decided to utilize a unique process of review which involves a participatory “bottom-up” element involving civil society and older persons themselves. (...) Member States are encouraged to utilize this process along with traditional reporting methodologies utilizing quantitative data and evaluation. (...) To learn more, please visit:  www.un.org/development/desa/ageing/3rdreview-mipaa.html News Archive 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 Issues Global ageing and the data revolution Neglect, Abuse and Violence of Older Women Rights of Older Persons Elder Abuse More Issues Resources Commission for Social Development  (CSocD) Open-Ended Working Group on Ageing (OEWGA) UN Reports and Resolutions 1999 International Year of Older Persons (IYOP) Vienna International Plan of Action on Ageing Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing (MIPAA) International Day of Older Persons World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Data on Older Persons Social Media DISD e-Brochure #ForPeople campaign Twitter YouTube More DISD Social Media   Multimedia Multimedia Library News UN Network on Ageing Newsletter UNSDN News on Ageing DESA News ECOSOC News UN News UN WEBTV on Ageing United Nations Copyright Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Site Index Terms of Use
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Score: 790338.96 - https://www.un.org/development...ew-and-appraisal-of-the-mipaa/
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Request for examination of contents of inventions and utility solutions: 15.1 Within forty two (42) months from the priority date of applications in respect of inventions and thirty six (36) months from the priority date of applications in respect of utility solutions, the applicant or any third person may request the Department of Industrial Property to examine the contents of the inventions and utility solutions. The person requesting examination of contents of inventions or utility solutions shall pay fees as stipulated. 15.2 Requests for examining the contents of inventions or utility solutions filed after the announcement of applications shall be announced in the Official Gazette of Industrial Property within one month of receipt of requests for examination in writing and shall be notified to the applicant. Requests for examination of contents of inventions or utility solutions filed prior to the announcement of applications shall be announced together with the respective applications as stipulated in clauses 14.1(c) and (d) of this Circular. 15.3 Except where a request for examination of contents is stated in the declaration by the applicant himself, requests for examination of 28 February 1998 8 Ministry of Planning and Investment and Phillips Fox Subscription 23 IX-588 contents of inventions or utility solutions must be made in writing, stating clearly the names and addresses of the requesting persons; the application numbers and dates of filing applications in respect of inventions or utility solutions; the contents of which need to be examined; the names and addresses of the applicants; the names of the inventions or utility solutions enclosed with receipts or documents evidencing payment of fees for examination. 16.
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Score: 782204.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM28_LEG_11.pdf
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Rights and duties of physical and legal persons fulfilling the circulation of food products, materials and goods 1. (...) Indexes of quality and safety of food products, materials and goods, their serviceable life, requirements to the packing, marking, terms of manufacture and circulation, programs of manufacturing quality and safety control, methods of probations, methods of utilization or elimination of bad quality and dangerous food products, materials and goods shall be included into the technical documentation, developed by physical and (or) legal persons. (...) Persons with suspicions to the infectious, parasitic diseases, persons contacting with them, and persons not passed the preliminary and periodical medical examinations are not admitted to the activity indicated in the present article.
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Score: 781086.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/kaz_e/WTACCKAZ57A1_LEG_5.pdf
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