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As such, despite humanitarian efforts to provide services to those affected by floods, over 800,000 individuals are still in need of humanitarian support whilst displacement continues. Moreover, the outlook for malnutrition, disease and food insecurity is expected to be worse than the previous year, with up to 11 counties in extreme conditions, as compared to 6 in 2021, whilst an estimated 2 million people are expected to suffer from malnutrition, as compared to 1.4 million in 2021. (...) Floods continue to cause challenges to the movement and pre-positioning of key WASH supplies. Core pipeline stocks are depleting, whilst shipment of supplies is limited to air movement in areas such as Unity. (...) Reacting to killings that took place in Bor country in Jonglei State, UNICEF issued a statement expressing its shock and sadness on the news that three children reportedly died whilst fleeing the fighting. In the lead up to a communication and advocacy campaign planned in March on the access to basic health care services and the partnership between the Ministry of Health, the World Bank and UNICEF to support health care services in Jonglei and Upper-Nile States a content generation mission took place in Bor and Twic county with an international videographer.
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Score: 1028471.7 - https://www.unicef.org/media/1...-Sudan-SitRep-January-2022.pdf
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The power company had been asked to check the supply quality and claimed it was all OK. The last few instances of continuous ringing caused the SPD mains fail-safe to operate, resulting in an engineer call-out. (...) Measurements of the earth electrode resistance at the customer premises revealed it to be higher than expected (note, the power supply necessitated that an earth electrode be used). (...) The increase in resistance between the power earth and the telecom earth was enough to avoid the power return current flowing into the telecom line. Whilst the solution was not ideal (possibly giving rise to unwanted EPR during lightning) it has not resulted in any further damage due to the power of lightning.
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Score: 1026213 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...tigation-part2-merged-E_66.pdf
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The power company had been asked to check the supply quality and claimed it was all OK. The last few instances of continuous ringing caused the SPD mains fail-safe to operate, resulting in an engineer call-out. (...) Measurements of the earth electrode resistance at the customer premises revealed it to be higher than expected (note, the power supply necessitated that an earth electrode be used). (...) The increase in resistance between the power earth and the telecom earth was enough to avoid the power return current flowing into the telecom line. Whilst the solution was not ideal (possibly giving rise to unwanted EPR during lightning) it has not resulted in any further damage due to the power of lightning.
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Score: 1026213 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...gation/WebSearch/page0066.html
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All Pacific Forum countries (other than Fiji whose participation was suspended) are eligible for seasonal agricultural employment under the New Zealand Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) scheme, but Kiribati, Samoa, Tonga, and Vanuatu were selected for special “kick-start” status which entailed deliberate and expedited efforts to launch the scheme and recruit in these countries. Whilst temporary overseas employment offers many economic and social benefits the absence of a significant pool of agriculture labour at critical periods in crop cycles may have the potential to depress domestic food production and market supply. (...) Collection and use of domestic market data in evidence- based policy making 19 The study concludes that whilst statistics can tell us a lot, they need to be complemented by qualitative information from various sources in order to get a composite picture which is necessary to develop effective evidence-based policy. (...) Because the subsidy covers limited prescribed produce items and there are only a handful of traders benefiting from it, the overall impacts of the policy is minimal as the majority of the local produce operators and consumers in South Tarawa, Betio and in the outer islands are not helped. Whilst the freight subsidy fund is well administered with adequate preventative measures to avoid malpractice and wrong payments, it appears not to be effectively targeting freight supplies from the outer islands to Tarawa.
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Score: 1023474.6 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...t_studies_synthesis_report.pdf
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AMENDMENT TO ANNEX 1, APPENDIX 2 PARAGRAPH 3.2.6 AND THE ATP HANDBOOK
Typically, at frozen temperatures road transport systems operate in “stop-start” mode whilst at chilled they operate continuously. Frozen cargo is less temperature sensitive than chilled cargo. (...) Without a narrow band of temperature control, it is possible to freeze cargo near the supply air whilst simultaneously allowing cargo at the lower door end to heat up enough to allow spoilage. When cargo is loaded at the correct temperature it will remain at a temperature between supply and return air whilst the refrigeration system is running. 8.
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Score: 1021980.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...RANS/WP.11/2020/5/REV.1&Lang=E
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In this case, public funds may be used to stimulate demand for the service in the short-medium term, whilst private supply capacity develops, in the hope that eventually a self-sustaining private market for the service will develop. (...) Volumes of business in much of rural Africa are currently too low to fully recover investment costs in infrastructure, whilst revenue streams that are dependent in some way on volumes of rainfed smallholder agricultural production are considered too risky by many private investors. (...) This can reduce the incentives to cut construction costs in ways that undermine future performance of the asset (e.g. road surfaces that pothole very quickly), whilst also encouraging sharing of risk (e.g. risk of cost overruns, lower than expected utilisation of the infrastructural asset) by the private sector.
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Score: 1020428.5 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...AAACP_Paper_Series_No_8_1_.pdf
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"The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have been felt - at varying degrees - across all food sectors assessed by FAO. Whilst COVID-19 has posed a serious threat to food security, overall, our analysis shows that from the global perspective, agricultural commodity markets are proving to be more resilient to the pandemic than many other sectors. (...) Also, worldwide demand for both fresh and frozen shrimp is declining significantly, whilst demand for salmon is expected to drop by at least by 15 percent in 2020. (...) Tentative forecasts for 2020/21 suggest that supplies could remain tight relative to demand. COVID-19: From a global health crisis to a global food crisis?
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Score: 1020127.1 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/pt/item/1287515/icode/
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"The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have been felt - at varying degrees - across all food sectors assessed by FAO. Whilst COVID-19 has posed a serious threat to food security, overall, our analysis shows that from the global perspective, agricultural commodity markets are proving to be more resilient to the pandemic than many other sectors. (...) Also, worldwide demand for both fresh and frozen shrimp is declining significantly, whilst demand for salmon is expected to drop by at least by 15 percent in 2020. (...) Tentative forecasts for 2020/21 suggest that supplies could remain tight relative to demand. COVID-19: From a global health crisis to a global food crisis?
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Score: 1020127.1 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/en/item/1287515/icode/
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We have invested in Agriculture Capacity Development for many years but we have not seen commensurate Growth in Production Many Small Agriculture Loans are unpaid – further strengthening the Bankers’ apathy and Reluctance to finance New Agripreneurs Capacity Building for Youth Agripreneurs must include Business School Curriculum CURRENT SITUATION Capacity Development has focused majorly on Production and Operational Topics to the Disadvantage of Business Management Skills The result is that whilst the Youth have the Technical Know-how to run their Agribusinesses, they fail when it comes to Business Management Skills like Financial Planning & Budgeting, Marketing, Negotiation, Organizational Discipline, Sales, and Supply Chain Management etc. (...) ESSENTIAL BUSINESS SKILLS Vital Business Management Skills Fundamental to the Success of ANY Business Irrespective of its Activity or Size include: Strategic Planning and Forecasting Human Resources Management Sales and Marketing Financial Management and Building BANKABLE Businesses Basic Accounting Operations and Supply Chain Management Enterprise Risks Management Self-Management and Leadership EFFORTS SO FAR I have spent a number of years working with the IITA Youth Agripreneurs in Ibadan, Nigeria. IITA taught them the Production Processes, whilst we taught Business Management. We have been able to translate them from Idealist Technocrats to Savvy Business People who understand how the Real Business World operates and how they should maneuver their businesses profitably.
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Score: 1017878.9 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ar/member/ololade-adesola
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Feature | 06 February 2018 It's been one year since ETI joined forces with the ILO to deliver SCORE Training to 17 Chinese factories who supply products to eight ETI member brands. SCORE Training helps small and medium-sized enterprises sustain their participation in global supply chains by enhancing worker-manager cooperation to create safer, more efficient and more productive workplacs, better able to meet the inceasingly high standards demanded by international companies. (...) "Our partnership with ETI represents an opportunity to simultaneously encourage the creation of more and better jobs, whilst ensuring products and services arrive as a result of sustainable and ethical practice. (...) A blog on improved manager/worker cooperation highlighted some of the tools used to encourage increased efficiency, whilst a case study featuring White Stuff supplier factory, Hangzhou Huasheng, illustrated the benefits of improved worker-manager cooperation. 
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Score: 1017878.9 - https://www.ilo.org/empent/wha...WCMS_617075/lang--en/index.htm
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