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Therefore we make suggestions on the following three options: 1) Just like the EU stated earlier, capacity building of our present and future leaders, consumers and workers is vital for the success of implementation. Therefore education for sustainable development should be integrated into all formal curricula, starting in primary school. 2) Informal education is also vital to raise awareness for sustainability. (...) Therefore governments should provide platforms, support them financially and stimulate environment for these kind of youth led initiatives. Our third and last point the Youth and Children would be very happy to provide you with more information on these topics, therefore it’s necessary to be involved in policymaking, at the local, national al well as international level.
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Score: 950091.8 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...ements/youth_2may_linkages.pdf
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2010 Global Symposium for Regulators Dakar, 10 to 12 November 2010 SOURCE: National Telecommunications Commission, Thailand TITLE: Enabling Open Networks Telecommunication infrastructure has been reckoned to one of the most vital facilities for improving telecom market competitiveness as well as people quality of life. (...) The National Telecommunications Commission of Thailand (NTC) has also consented on this vital role. One of major NTC goals is to increase broadband penetration as soon as possible. (...) However we leave other kinds of infrastructure sharing for commercial negotiation.
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Score: 927362.6 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...ion/contributions/Thailand.pdf
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2010 Global Symposium for Regulators Dakar, 10 to 12 November 2010 SOURCE: National Telecommunications Commission, Thailand TITLE: Enabling Open Networks Telecommunication infrastructure has been reckoned to one of the most vital facilities for improving telecom market competitiveness as well as people quality of life. (...) The National Telecommunications Commission of Thailand (NTC) has also consented on this vital role. One of major NTC goals is to increase broadband penetration as soon as possible. (...) However we leave other kinds of infrastructure sharing for commercial negotiation.
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Score: 927362.6 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...ion/contributions/Thailand.pdf
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2010 Global Symposium for Regulators Dakar, 10 to 12 November 2010 SOURCE: National Telecommunications Commission, Thailand TITLE: Enabling Open Networks Telecommunication infrastructure has been reckoned to one of the most vital facilities for improving telecom market competitiveness as well as people quality of life. (...) The National Telecommunications Commission of Thailand (NTC) has also consented on this vital role. One of major NTC goals is to increase broadband penetration as soon as possible. (...) However we leave other kinds of infrastructure sharing for commercial negotiation.
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Score: 927362.6 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...ion/contributions/Thailand.pdf
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In many countries where censuses have attained a fairly high degree of accuracy, vital statistics are markedly defective, although there are also a few countries where vital statistics are more accurate than census enumerations. (...) To ~e strictly. consistent with a de facto census defi- nition, vital statistics should refer to the place of occurrence of each vital event, as they usually do. (...) However, differences betwen the two kinds of vital statistics are usually negligible since rather few births and deaths occur in anyone country to the resi- dents of another country.
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Score: 904220.3 - https://www.un.org/en/developm.../estimate/manual1/chapter6.pdf
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Plenary sessions | World Forestry Congress | Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura FAO.org english Español Antecedentes Programa Eventos Trabajos Contests News Webcasts Daily highlights Kit de prensa Resultado Introducción a los temas centrales Eventos precongreso Opening ceremony High-level dialogue on the global forest agenda Plenary sessions Eventos especiales Diálogos sobre los subtemas Premios Eventos paralelos Speakers' Corner Trabajos y carteles Carteles Plenary sessions Monday 7 September High Level Dialogue on the Global Forest Agenda: Forests are vital for implementing the post-2015 development agenda See room, times and speakers Forests are vital for implementing the post-2015 development agenda. The high-level dialogue will explore the kinds of investments in forests, forestry and forest communities that will best contribute to implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the future climate-change regime. (...) What is needed to strengthen the role of young people and women in building more resilient society through forestry, in particular at the community level? What kinds of partnerships are needed? How can forests and trees contribute to food security, livelihoods and resilience, both in growing cities and rural areas?
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Score: 899852.9 - https://www.fao.org/about/meet...congress/programme/plenary/es/
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Plenary sessions | World Forestry Congress | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture FAO.org english français Contexte Programme Évènements Articles Contests News Webcasts Daily highlights Dossier de presse Résultat Introduction aux axes thématiques Évènements préalables au Congrès Opening ceremony High-level dialogue on the global forest agenda Plenary sessions Évènements spéciaux Dialogue sur les thématiques Prix Évènements annexes Speakers' Corner Articles et affiches Affiches Plenary sessions Monday 7 September High Level Dialogue on the Global Forest Agenda: Forests are vital for implementing the post-2015 development agenda See room, times and speakers Forests are vital for implementing the post-2015 development agenda. The high-level dialogue will explore the kinds of investments in forests, forestry and forest communities that will best contribute to implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the future climate-change regime. (...) What is needed to strengthen the role of young people and women in building more resilient society through forestry, in particular at the community level? What kinds of partnerships are needed? How can forests and trees contribute to food security, livelihoods and resilience, both in growing cities and rural areas?
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Score: 899852.9 - https://www.fao.org/about/meet...congress/programme/plenary/fr/
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Res. and Dec. of the Council of the ITU – 159 – (6.2 – United Nations and other organizations) R 800 (C-1977, last amended C-1984) Telecommunications, an important factor in economic and social development: role of the ITU in this domain The Council, having examined the note by the Secretary-General entitled, “Telecommunications, an important factor in economic and social development: role of the ITU in this domain” (Document 5073/CA32), noting a) that in all countries, regardless of their level of development, the existence of an adequate telecommunication infrastructure is of vital importance for economic and social development in different areas and that in consequence many international organizations, in addition to the ITU, are interested in one or more aspects of telecommunication development; b) that not all international organizations are sufficiently aware of the role of the ITU in the regulation and standardization of telecommunications or of the activities of the Union in preparing reports and recommendations relating to the planning and exploitation of the telecommunication infrastructure and services; c) the request addressed to the Director-General of UNESCO by the General Assembly of the United Nations, in its Resolution A/RES/31/139, to report, in cooperation with the specialized agencies concerned, on progress achieved in the development of mass communication systems, this report to be considered at the 33rd Session (1978) of the Assembly, considering a) that the International Telecommunication Union is recognized by the United Nations as the specialized agency responsible for taking such action as may be appropriate under its basic instrument for the accomplishment of the purposes set forth therein; b) that article 4 of the International Telecommunication Convention, Nairobi, 1982, states the purposes of the Union as being: – to maintain and extend international cooperation between all Members of the Union for the improvement and rational use of telecommunications of all kinds, as well as to promote and to offer technical assistance to developing countries in the field of telecommunications; – to promote the development of technical facilities and their most efficient operation with a view to improving the efficiency of telecommunications services, increasing their usefulness and making them, so far as possible, generally available to the public; – to harmonize the actions of nations in the attainment of those ends; c) that through its organs, as specified in Article 5 of the International Telecommunication Convention, the action of the Union in the domain of telecommunications extends from regulation and standardization to the completion of technical studies leading to intergovernmental agreements on the planning, operation and maintenance of telecommunication services of all kinds, including telecom- munication transmission systems and tariffs intended for mass communications; d) that the ITU participates fully in the United Nations Development Programme as the executing agency for telecommunication projects,
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Score: 899319.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...f_files/pdfs/ResDec10E_171.pdf
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Signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between UNICEF and the Ministry of Health to store vital medical equipment and material in the central warehouse of the Expanded Immunization Program in Kinkole Skip to main content Democratic Republic of Congo Toggle navigation Français English Global links - EN Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Democratic Republic of Congo EXPLORE UNICEF DRC Where we work Our representative Our Ambassadors In memoriam Press centre Work for UNICEF DRC Donate Main navigation What we do Reports and research Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) It is hoped the partnership will enable UNICEF to ensure continuity of supplies, so that services and commodities that are vital for improving the health, education, safety and wellbeing of children are stored and shipped to the most insecure provinces. (...) They are the largest of their kind in central Africa that are supported by Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance also plays a vital role in strengthening the "cold chain", the system by which vaccines can be made available to remote areas throughout the country.
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Score: 898162.7 - https://www.unicef.org/drcongo...tanding-unicef-ministry-health
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"Achieving a level that allows students to demonstrate the kind of skills that enable them to use their maths in ways that are considered fundamental for their future development should not be a luxury reserved only for the elite. It is vital that countries including the UK invest in improving the quality of teaching and learning for all students, regardless of their background."
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Score: 893173.7 - https://en.unesco.org/gem-repo...012-PR_teacher_training_uk.pdf
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