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Foster all access technologies equally: different technical solutions may be required for different areas 2. Supply side regulation should be tailored to encourage sustainable competition through infrastructure investment whilst recognising the need for operators to overcome barriers to entry into a market dominated by access costs 3. Create incentives for the incumbent to roll out broadband whilst guarding against foreclosure 4. Ensure adequate and cost effective backhaul and associated facilities are in place 5. (...) Whilst regulation is often focussed on the supply side, it can also facilitate consumer demand.
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Score: 1238412.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...SR04/Contributions/Ireland.pdf
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Presentation Risk Management in the Inspection Business Risk Management in the Inspection Business UNECE - International Conference On Risk Assessment And Management – 24/25 Nov’09 UNECE - International Conference On Risk Assessment And Management – 24/25 Nov’09 Nov-09 / p.2 Conformity Assessment Bodies (Inspection, Testing Certification) Activities are Aimed at Managing Risk whilst Facilitating Trade Before Shipment: • Documentary checks with analysis of declared goods’ value & HS classification • Visual inspections: quantity & quality • Sampling and testing in laboratories • Risk identification (to define destination inspection scope) • Loading supervision and sealing At Destination: • Documentary checks and review of declared goods value & HS classification • Visual inspections: quantity & quality • Sampling & testing in laboratories • Non intrusive inspections using scanners NB: Conformity Assessment Bodies activities are ruled by the ISO 17000 family of standards. (...) FAO or WHO (Codex Alim.); or conventions, e.g.: Basel (Waste), Stockholm (Persistent Organic Pollut.), Rotterdam (Pesticides, Chemicals); or UN resolutions UNECE - International Conference On Risk Assessment And Management – 24/25 Nov’09 Nov-09 / p.4 Other Risk Mitigation Measures Assessed by Conformity Assessment Bodies During Production: • Food > OHSAS 18001, ISO 22000 management systems • Chemicals > ROHS • Non-Food > Product Certification, ISO Guide 65, CE Marking; GS Mark, … Of Premises: • Security management systems > ISPS for ports, C-TPAT, AEO • Access controls > Vulnerability assessments, Staff credentials, Entrance Along the Supply Chain: • Tracking > GPRS devices on trucks • Supply Chain Security > ISO 28000 management system Developing countries may become end-destinations for waste, illegal, dangerous or counterfeit goods. (...) UNECE - International Conference On Risk Assessment And Management – 24/25 Nov’09 Slide Number 1 Conformity Assessment Bodies (Inspection, Testing Certification) Activities are Aimed at Managing Risk whilst Facilitating Trade Additional Services to Manage Risks for the Supply Chain and for the Consumers Other Risk Mitigation Measures Assessed by Conformity Assessment Bodies
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Score: 1201122.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...Bio/PPTs/christophe_renard.pdf
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We have a situation where 83% of vaccines have gone to high-income or upper- and middle-income countries whilst 0.2% have gone to low-income countries who make up a tenth of the worlds population. (...) The aim of our event was to offer the WTO's support on addressing supply chain issues impeding vaccine supply, and to encourage manufacturers to increase production and investment, particularly in developing and least developed countries. (...) They come from what is happening now on vaccine inequity and from the memory of waiting a decade for affordable HIV/AIDS drugs, as millions of people died, and more recently in 2009 from watching rich countries buy up all available supplies of H1N1 vaccines. At the same time there are members who, whilst concerned about saving lives, want to find a way to continue to incentivize innovation, research, and development. • I am convinced that if members engage, they can find constructive and pragmatic ways to bridge their differences on the TRIPS Agreement and the waiver proposal, such that we can contribute solutions to the present pandemic whilst preparing for future ones. • I hope that all this should lead to a framework agreement on trade and health preferably before the WTO’s Twelfth Ministerial Conference in early December, that would provide developing countries automaticity in access to vaccines and other critical health goods, whilst preserving the incentives needed for innovation and investment in R&D. • We need global solidarity and political will to tackle these problems and save lives.
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Score: 1198454.3 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...g-ecosoc-speech-16_04_2021.pdf
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They have also increased the supply of qualified healthcare providers in the country, particularly in rural areas whilst enhancing the capacity of regulatory bodies in the country. Conclusions The program has increased skills and job opportunities in rural areas whilst increasing the number of qualified healthcare providers available to these communities. A more coordinated approach to training has meant that the courses are appropriately designed to address the current skills shortages whilst ensuring that quality is standardized across training courses that are offered in the country.
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Score: 1168573.9 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...ce/forum/2011/hrhawardscs1/en/
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They have also increased the supply of qualified healthcare providers in the country, particularly in rural areas whilst enhancing the capacity of regulatory bodies in the country. Conclusions The program has increased skills and job opportunities in rural areas whilst increasing the number of qualified healthcare providers available to these communities. A more coordinated approach to training has meant that the courses are appropriately designed to address the current skills shortages whilst ensuring that quality is standardized across training courses that are offered in the country.
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Score: 1158751.8 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...e/forum/2011/01_Bangladesh.pdf
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In comparison to garment making, footwear manufacture is surprisingly complicated, frequently with a large number of materials involved. Whilst there are styles of shoes made from single materials such as plastic sandals these make up only a small amount of the world market. (...) With respect to the many actual footwear manufacturing processes, whilst they are labour intensive, most are not highly water demanding. (...) Again, industry has made strenuous efforts to recycle and minimise waste water, whilst cleaning up anything discharged. In shoemaking terms the use of textiles is a small proportion of the global cotton market compared to other markets such as apparel and upholstery.
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Score: 1156472.2 - https://www.wto.org/french/res...10_forum_f/wtr10_6july10_f.htm
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In comparison to garment making, footwear manufacture is surprisingly complicated, frequently with a large number of materials involved. Whilst there are styles of shoes made from single materials such as plastic sandals these make up only a small amount of the world market. (...) With respect to the many actual footwear manufacturing processes, whilst they are labour intensive, most are not highly water demanding. (...) Again, industry has made strenuous efforts to recycle and minimise waste water, whilst cleaning up anything discharged. In shoemaking terms the use of textiles is a small proportion of the global cotton market compared to other markets such as apparel and upholstery.
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Score: 1156472.2 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/re...10_forum_s/wtr10_6july10_s.htm
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In comparison to garment making, footwear manufacture is surprisingly complicated, frequently with a large number of materials involved. Whilst there are styles of shoes made from single materials such as plastic sandals these make up only a small amount of the world market. (...) With respect to the many actual footwear manufacturing processes, whilst they are labour intensive, most are not highly water demanding. (...) Again, industry has made strenuous efforts to recycle and minimise waste water, whilst cleaning up anything discharged. In shoemaking terms the use of textiles is a small proportion of the global cotton market compared to other markets such as apparel and upholstery.
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Score: 1156472.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...10_forum_e/wtr10_6july10_e.htm
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UNECE event addresses the weakest link in global supply chains Site map  Home About UNECE Programmes Information Meetings Contact Us United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Press Release [Index] UNECE event addresses the weakest link in global supply chains Geneva, 23 September 2008 -- Growing volumes of international trade in goods cause major bottlenecks in the hinterland connections of seaports which currently form the weakest link in global supply chains. (...) It identified the need for additional integration among supply chains, hinterland connections and intermodal transportation to optimize time and cost balances whilst protecting the environment. (...) Molnar at the end of the meeting, “and it is clear that a shift in the perspective to supply chain integration is called for. The UNECE Transport Division will also have to adapt to these new challenges – we will need to rethink our approach to intermodality and how we can incorporate port and hinterland perspectives into our existing projects, such as the Trans-European Motorway (TEM), Trans-European Railway (TER) and Euro-Asian Transport Linkages (EATL), whilst continuing our work on hinterland connections of seaports”.
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Score: 1144142.8 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA.../press/pr2008/08trans_p07e.htm
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16 Introducing the GIAHS recipe cards | نظم التراث الزراعي ذات الأهمية العالمية | منظمة الأغذية والزراعة للأمم المتحدة | GIAHS | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية english الخلفية ادعم نظم التراث الزراعي المواقع المعينة حول العالم الأنباء الموارد أرشيف 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 Introducing the GIAHS recipe cards at a side event during the 39th session of the Committee on World Food Security Rome, Italy, 15 October 2012 On 17 October 2012, the GIAHS Secretariat will host a side event during the 39th session of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) . Whilst the side event will feature dynamics and ingenious nature of GIAHS in ensuring food security and nutrition in a changing climate, panelists will discuss issues confronting small farmers and will look at concrete steps to empower them. (...) Through traditional agriculture, they conserve biodiversity and ecosystem services; ensuring soil fertility, clean air and water; safeguarding biodiversity and landscapes, whilst protecting health, knowledge and tradition. Merging the best aspects of traditional culinary arts with hands-on instructions, the GIAHS recipe cards provide insight into how traditionally grown food contributes to food security, whilst preserving and celebrating local identity.
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Score: 1142497.95 - https://www.fao.org/giahs/news...ing-the-giahs-recipe-cards/ar/
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