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The hard hats and the safety belts we have received make our jobs safer, but also much more easy. © ILO Whilst being enormously generous with its produce, Kithul is a rare industry that generates both economic value whilst also promoting environmental security. The tree’s fibrous root system is effective in preventing soil erosion in watershed areas whilst further increasing water retention capacities. (...) Devoted to perfecting the art of treating the emerging Kithul flowers in a way that maximizes their output whilst doing no lasting damage to the tree, according to him “Kithul farming is a lifelong learning experience”.
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Score: 824237.2 - https://www.ilo.org/colombo/in...WCMS_797442/lang--en/index.htm
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Whilst such regional developments may pose some challenges for ex ante regulatory policy, for example in the definition and application of geographic markets, it is not Ofcom’s role to determine the most appropriate deployment strategy or coverage for next generation access deployments. (...) Regulatory intervention which is too early or too prescriptive could pre-empt the role of the market in determining the nature of NGN-based competition, whilst regulatory intervention which is too late or which is ineffective could result in there being no competition at all.” • Consumer awareness/Consumer protection and Quality of Service In the migration to 21CN – and other next generation core networks – we need to ensure that consumers do not suffer loss or degradation of service as they are switched from one platform to another. (...) It should be noted that whilst voice is an existing service, its move on to IP could expose new vulnerabilities to hackers. • Interconnection IP interconnect commercial models will determine the revenue flows across the communications industries and are therefore of fundamental importance.
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Score: 823114.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...GSR/GSR07/contributions/uk.pdf
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Also provide secure uploads for both security and equipment software updates Whilst there is a lot more detail available the overview above provide a background for my following comments Issues which require consideration General From the past 18 months discussion within ETSI-CENELEC-EC there is a conundrum between defining facilities to ensure a secure radio device and how Persons with Disabilities and specific needs will not be digitally disadvantaged Dependant on age and specific disability the following issues could affect a person’s ability to use and update a device Passwords : a basic security tool, the proposal to prevent universal passwords is reasonable until you consider human memory especially with those who are not computer literate. If a manufacturer cannot have a universal password they can not help access a locked device Whilst not currently mandated the trend is for ever longer and complex passwords in excess of 8 characters. (...) It is consequently of the utmost importance to ensure that the networks where 5G equipment operate are not sufficiently secure because of certain classes or categories of radio equipment which are placed on the Union market. Whilst we are still seeking to fully understand the requirements of the EC in this area it is likely to include increase security access and possibly consideration of apps being loaded onto a handset by either the manufacturer or user Many handsets are already difficult to access and “time out” frequently and if in addition high level security is also required for each app then the access problem is exponential Medical devices Currently devices coming under the EC Medical Directive are exempt BUT many devices such as hearing aids, heart monitors and cochlear implants also come under the Radio Equipment Directive and are subject to compliance with it.
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Score: 823114.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/j...ember/JCA-AHF%20Doc%20441.docx
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MINISTERIAL THEMATIC FORUMS Side Event: Leveraging Modern Energy Access for All: Infrastructure, Climate and Cooking Organized by Government of Kenya 11.30 - 12.45 Wednesday 23 June With nine years left to deliver on SDG7, bold and ambitious action is required to leverage the gains made on electrification, infrastructure, and energy access, and achieve a net-zero future for cooking. Whilst electricity has become more affordable and available in many parts of the world, including in Africa and Asia, grid networks are built with increased renewable generation. (...) • How to leverage the gains made on electrification to accelerate action on clean cooking whilst meeting the ambitions for a net-zero carbon future by 2050?
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Score: 822289.4 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...cture_climate_and_cooking.docx
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The issue isn’t exactly about how much ODA there is, it’s about how it’s reported and what goes into reporting it that contributes to the 0.7%  There was a concern among the CSOs that donors would count on the loans to achieve their 0.7% target whilst decreasing the amount of aid over the medium and long terms. (...) However, this increase has been achieved by providing loans to MICs whilst aid to LDCS and to Sub-Saharan Africa decreased relative to previous years. (...) There was increase in ODA in 2013 but the majority was from increased loans and resources provided MICs whilst aid to Sub-Saharan Africa actually dropped.
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Score: 821249.3 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/julyhls/pdf14/summary_moda.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: 821249.3 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...ce/forum/2011/hrhawardscs1/en/
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Financial services trade liberalisation which promotes the use of a broad spectrum of financial instruments and allows the presence of foreign financial institutions whilst not unduly restricting their business practices, results in less distorted and less volatile capital flows, and promotes financial sector stability. (...) Financial services trade liberalisation which promotes the use of a broad spectrum of financial instruments and allows the presence of foreign financial institutions whilst not unduly restricting their business practices, results in less distorted and less volatile capital flows, and promotes financial sector stability.
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Score: 817544.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/res_e/reser_e/ae9812_e.htm
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There are indications that whilst many countries have undertaken various concrete actions and that progress has been made in certain areas, much remains to be done to enhance poverty reduction, improve livelihoods and to enhance economic growth. (...) At the heart of the sustainable development debate is the balance between the triple bottom line and development, particularly for the mining sector. Whilst, the mining sector offers tremendous opportunities for economic growth, it is critical that we promote the necessary social and environmental measures required. (...) Finance, technology and capacity building continue to be fundamental. Whilst multilateral financial mechanisms have played a key role in supporting countries in achieving sustainable development, it should be noted that resources made available thus far through these mechanisms have been woefully inadequate and unpredictable and that developing countries continue to experience challenges in accessing these funds.
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Score: 814951.4 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/res...y/HLS-opening/south_africa.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: 814951.4 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...e/forum/2011/01_Bangladesh.pdf
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The earliest solid evidence for falconry, a pottery sherd depicting a bird of prey, comes from Tell Chuera site in modern day Syria, and dates from the third millennium BCE. Whilst the oldest rock art images of falconers are found in the Altai Mountain range which spans parts of Central and East Asia, dating from around 1000 BCE. (...) The falcon remains an important cultural symbol in many countries and is often used on postage stamps, coins and on coats of arms. Whilst there is a huge diversity of distinct local conditions and traditions associated with falconry around the world, for many communities the tradition provides a connection to the past, particularly for communities for whom the practice is a remaining link with their natural environment and traditional culture. For example, whilst Medieval falconers often rode horses, this style of sport is now rare with the exception of contemporary Kazakh and Mongolian falconry.
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Score: 813660.9 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...itional-sport-along-silk-roads
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