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RECOMMENDATION ADOPTED BY THE ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE FOR THE TIR CONVENTION, 1975 ON 20 OCTOBER 2000 INTRODUCTION OF AN IDENTIFICATION (ID) NUMBER OF THE TIR CARNET HOLDER IN THE TIR CARNET Recommendation Adopted by the TIR Administrative Committee on 20 October 2000 The Administrative Committee, Recognizing that the holder of a TIR Carnet is a person who bears primary responsibility for the proper termination of a TIR operation and for due observance of all relevant provisions of the TIR Convention and, thus, should be clearly identifiable, Convinced that an individual and unique identification (ID) number, in addition to the name and address of the TIR Carnet holder, will contribute to this objective, Considering also that the inclusion of such an ID-number into the TIR Carnet would not only facilitate inquiry procedures, but would also reduce possibilities for misuse of TIR Carnets as well as of the TIR procedure, Recognizing that relevant amendments to the TIR Convention envisaged to be prepared under Phase III of the TIR revision process may enter into force as late as in the year 2003, Emphasizing the need to take appropriate measures to introduce, as soon as possible, a standard and official identification system for TIR Carnet holders, until relevant amendments to the TIR Convention would come into force, 1. Decides to recommend to all Contracting Parties to accept the following format of an ID-number for TIR Carnet holders being persons which have been authorized to utilize TIR Carnets in accordance with Annex 9, Part II of the TIR Convention: “AAA/BBB/XX…X”, whereby “AAA” represents a 3-letter code of the country where the persons utilizing TIR Carnets are authorized in line with the classification system of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) (Appendix 1), whereby “BBB” represents a 3-digit code of the national association through which the holder of the TIR Carnet has been authorized in accordance with the classification system established by the relevant international organization to which the association is affiliated, allowing for unequivocal identification of each national association (Appendix 2), whereby “XX…X” represents consecutive numbers (digits) identifying the person authorized to utilize a TIR Carnet in accordance with Annex 9, Part II of the TIR Convention. 2. Urges all Contracting Parties to verify the insertion of the ID-number by the national association issuing the TIR Carnet or, as appropriate, by the person utilizing the TIR Carnet into: (a) the prescribed box of the Model Authorization Form (MAF) provided for in Annex 9, Part II of the TIR Convention; (b) the TIR Carnet in (i) box 3 on page 1 of the cover of the TIR Carnet, (ii) box 4 on the vouchers of the TIR Carnet and, if appropriate, (iii) box 5 in the Certified Report of the TIR Carnet. 3.
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Score: 731650.2 - https://unece.org/DAM/tir/resol/documents/rec0010.pdf
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Board approved this. • Learn from Ambo water utility, Planning to involve in other business activities like construct multi purpose building for additional income generations in 2014 EBY. (...) Drivers of success • OWP Programme support through Capacity Building Components • Financial Training provided • Internal accountability and External Accountability training • Computerized Billing System Established • Experience sharing with Ambo town water utility. • Strong follow up by UNICEF and Oro RWB. • Commitment of water utility staff • Implemented procedures to improve transparency and accountability. • Customer increased from 1800 (2015) to 4145 (2020). • Water Utility supplying the required pipes and fittings for the customer. Challenges • Fluoride and circulation loss due to difficult geology of the area • Lack of Foreign currency for imported pipes, fittings and E&M equipment’s • At the beginning, shortage of budgets to fulfill the required water utility staff as per the actual level of the water utility.
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Score: 731611.5 - https://www.unicef.org/ethiopi...e%3A_Welenchiti_experience.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation Opportunities and Challenges of using Universal Service Fund The three hallmarks of the Universal Service Fund • Availability: the service is available to inhabited parts of the country through public, community, shared or personal devices; • Accessibility: all citizens can use the service, regardless of location, gender, disabilities and other personal characteristics; and • Affordability: the service is affordable to all citizens. Universal Service: Distinctions Within the Access Gap Smart subsidy zone Access gap (Demand and Supply cannot work) Market efficiency gap (Demand and Supply can work) Served (Demand and Supply working) Rolling Out Services In the last one decade Kenya has utilized the following; • Liberalization – Open the market to the private sector • Unified Licensing Framework – Allowing operators to provide multiple services • License Obligations – ensuring operators meet targets • Spectrum Management and allocation As a result majority of the population have access to communication services (Broadcasting, Postal and Courier, Telecommunication) However some areas require deliberate intervention (collaboration) – Government/Private Sector. (...) USF Challenges Lack of cooperation from licensees Demand for the USF projects outstrips the budgetary allocation Inequality in distribution of projects among sub- sectors External Interference Tendering procedures delay utilization of Funds The fund management structure remains a challenge Thank You for Your Attention!
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Score: 731484.47 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...tunities_Kenyan_Experience.pdf
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She is the advisor to the Regulatory Board at Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority (RURA). She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences and Social Administration (2006) and an Executive Master in E-governance (Governing by ICTs) from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland (2011). As the Advisor to the Regulatory Board of RURA, a multi-sectoral regulator for public utilities including ICTs, Energy, Transport, Water and Sanitation; she proficiently guides the Regulatory Board, which is the Governance and Decision Making organ of the Authority, in most matters concerning the regulated sectors. Before joining RURA, Janet worked at the Ministry of Infrastructure as the Personal Assistant to the Minister of State in charge of Energy and Communications with the responsibility of handling different issues on behalf of the Minister.
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Score: 730323.54 - https://www.itu.int/en/council...-Janet-Umutesi-CV-CWG-WSIS.pdf
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(b) The handing over of such ship and/or persons shall take place as soon as possible, not exceeding a period of 7 (seven) days, except in case of a force majeure. (...) With special reference to the utilization of the living resources found within the Indonesian exclusive economic zone, any other State may, in accordance with the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, take part in utilizing the living resources, so long as Indonesia has not yet fully utilized all of these living resources. (...) Article 13 Any ship and/or persons being suspected of having committed a criminal act based on sufficient preliminary evidences at sea, particularly in case of a foreign ship and/or foreigners, further investigation may be conducted by way of arresting the ships and/or persons concerned.
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Score: 728883.64 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/L...TIES/PDFFILES/IDN_1983_Act.pdf
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Scope of the Act Section 2. (1) The scope of the Act shall include: a) living organisms (biotic communities), the abiotic components of the environment and the natural and man-made environment thereof; b) pursuant to the provisions of this Act, the activities that utilize, load, endanger or pollute the environment. o (2) The scope of the Act shall cover those natural persons, legal entities and unincorporated organizations a) that have rights or responsibilities in relation to the environment as defined under Paragraph a) of Subsection (1); o b) that perform activities under Paragraph b) of Subsection (1) (hereinafter referred to as "user of the environment"). • (3) The scope of the Act shall include the performance of environmental tasks arising from international conventions if the provisions of an international convention does not stipulate otherwise. (...) Cooperation Section 10. o (1) State agencies, local governments, natural persons and their organizations, business organizations and the organizations that safeguard the interests of all of the above as well as other institutions shall cooperate in protecting the environment. (...) Conservation of the Biosphere Section 23. • (1) The conservation of the biosphere shall cover all living organisms and their communities and habitats and shall do so by observing the natural processes and the proportions of the ecosystem and by ensuring the ecosystem's ability to function. • (2) The biosphere may only be utilized in a manner that does not damage the natural processes and conditions of communities, injure biodiversity or endanger their functions. • (3) A legal regulation or an official decision may establish utilization standards for regulating the extent and location of the utilization of the biosphere.
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Score: 728217.2 - https://unece.org/DAM/env/pp/c...ication_Environmental_Code.pdf
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Infringing of the rights for inventions, utility models, industrial designs, selection achievements or integrated-circuit layouts 1. (...) Illicit use of an invention, utility model, industrial design, selection achievement or integrated-circuit layout, as well as disclosure of the subject matter of an invention, utility model, industrial design, selection achievement, or an integrated circuit lay-out without the consent of the author or the applicant prior to its official publication, as well as usurpation of the authorship or coercion into joint authorship (if such actions are not qualified as criminal) shall result in - fines equal to 20-50 monthly calculation indices for natural persons, from 50 to 100 calculation indices for officers, and 300-400 monthly calculation indices for legal entities. 2. (...) Fee payers Natural and legal persons, for whom the authorized body makes registration, shall pay the fee.
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Score: 726794.73 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/kaz_e/WTACCKAZ57A2_LEG_1.pdf
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C- the person to whom the right has been transferred, may in accordance with paragraph (B) of this Article exercise in person all the rights assigned to him/her including the transfer of the rights to others. (...) Article (18) If more than an author participates in a joint work and each coauthor’s work can be separated and distinguished on its own, each coauthor may utilize the work authored by himself. Article (19) Financial rights on collective work shall be for the person (natural or artificial) who initiated and carried the responsibility in achieving and publishing the work under his/her name and management. 9 Article (20) A. (...) Article (29) The provisions of Articles (10,11,12) of this law shall apply to the acts on financial rights of owners of related rights. 11 Article (30) In case a phonogram is utilized for commercial purposes through broadcast or transmission to the public, the person utilizing the same must pay an equitable remuneration that shall be divided equally between the performers and producers of the phonogram, unless otherwise agreed.
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Score: 725464.16 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/yem_e/WTACCYEM33A1_LEG_4.pdf
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C- the person to whom the right has been transferred, may in accordance with paragraph (B) of this Article exercise in person all the rights assigned to him/her including the transfer of the rights to others. (...) Article (18) If more than an author participates in a joint work and each coauthor’s work can be separated and distinguished on its own, each coauthor may utilize the work authored by himself. Article (19) Financial rights on collective work shall be for the person (natural or artificial) who initiated and carried the responsibility in achieving and publishing the work under his/her name and management. (...) Article (30) In case a phonogram is utilized for commercial purposes through broadcast or transmission to the public, the person utilizing the same must pay an equitable remuneration that shall be divided equally between the performers and producers of the phonogram, unless otherwise agreed.
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Score: 725464.16 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/yem_e/WTACCYEM28A2_LEG_1.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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