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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: 758562.2 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...ce/forum/2011/hrhawardscs1/en/
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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: 757847.2 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...cture_climate_and_cooking.docx
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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: 753689.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/res_e/reser_e/ae9812_e.htm
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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: 753017.9 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...e/forum/2011/01_Bangladesh.pdf
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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: 753017.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/res...y/HLS-opening/south_africa.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: 752682.7 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...itional-sport-along-silk-roads
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As no two heliports are alike SARPS should be written in a style which permits heliport designers to apply best practice and development, whilst preserving safety. There should also be a balance between operational - or risk-based - standards and prescriptive standards. 5 OBJECTIVE STANDARD The approach should be: • identify operational objective, acceptable risk and relevant factors, and parameters; • establish as standards the objective and acceptability criteria; • develop one or several recommended means to meet the objective. 6 HDWG TASK • Chapter 3 is undergoing a review based on Jim Lyons ’Discussion Paper’. • Next to be reviewed are chapter 5 and the Heliport Manual. • Certification of heliports and implementation of sms are tasked also 7 DISCUSSION PAPER Presents the defined areas. (...) Note: Impervious implies that effects from the rotor downwash neither causes a degradation of the surface nor results in flying debris. b) be associated with a safety area to compensate for abnormal deviation TLOF 3.1.20 A TLOF shall: a) provide: 1) an area free of obstacles of sufficient size and shape to ensure containment of the undercarriage of the most demanding helicopter the TLOF is intended to serve in accordance with the intended orientation, and to compensate for normal deviation; 2) a surface which: i) has sufficient bearing strength to accommodate the dynamic loads associated with the anticipated type of arrival of the helicopter at the designated TLOF; ii) is free of irregularities that would adversely affect the touchdown or lift-off of helicopters; iii) has sufficient friction to avoid skidding of helicopters or slipping of persons; iv) is impervious to the effects of rotor downwash; and v) ensures effective drainage whilst having no adverse effect on the control or stability of a helicopter during touchdown and lift-off, or when stationary. b) be associated with a FATO or stand. 13 TAXIWAY 3.1.30 A helicopter ground taxiway shall: a) provide: 1) an area free of obstacles of sufficient width to ensure containment of the undercarriage of the most demanding wheeled helicopter the taxiway is intended to serve and compensate for normal deviation; 2) a surface which: i) has bearing strength to accommodate the taxiing loads of the helicopters the ground taxiway is intended to serve; ii) is free of irregularities that would adversely affect the ground taxiing of helicopters; iii) is impervious the effects of rotor downwash; and ii) ensures effective drainage whilst having no adverse effect on the control or stability of a wheeled helicopter when being manoeuvred under its own power, or when stationary. b) be associated with a taxi-route. 14 TAXI-ROUTE 3.1.33 A helicopter taxi-route shall provide: a) an area free of obstacles, except for essential objects which because of their function must located in it, established for the movement of helicopters; with sufficient width to ensure containment of the largest helicopter the taxi-route is intended to serve and compensate for deviation; and b) when solid, a surface which is impervious to the effects of rotor downwash; and 1) when collocated with a ground taxiway: i) is contiguous with the taxiway, with adjoining edges at the same elevation; ii) does not present a hazard to operations; and iii) ensures effective drainage. 2) when not located with a ground taxiway: i) is free of hazards should a forced landing be required. 15 STAND 16 3.1.41 A helicopter stand shall: a) Provide: 1) an area free of obstacles of sufficient size and shape to ensure containment of every part of the largest helicopter the stand is intended to serve when it is being positioned within the stand, and to compensate for normal deviation; 2) a surface which: i) is impervious to the effects of rotor downwash; ii) is free of irregularities that would adversely affect the manoeuvring of helicopters; iii) has bearing strength capable of withstanding the intended operational loads; iv) has sufficient friction to avoid skidding of helicopters or slipping of persons; and v) ensures effective drainage whilst having no adverse effect on the control or stability of a wheeled helicopter when being manoeuvred under its own power, or when stationary. b) be associated with a protection area to compensate for abnormal deviation. 17 Slide Number 1 Slide Number 2 ACTUAL SITUATION WHY THE NEED OF OBJECTIVE STANDARD?
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Score: 752682.7 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...ds%20and%20Defined%20Areas.pdf
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#AVSEC2018 #AVSEC2018 #AVSEC2018 Statistics indicate an increase in breaches of pass holders not displaying their airside pass whilst airside. The statistics also indicate that security reporting from the wider (non-security) workforce remains low. Airport X Case Study Problem #AVSEC2018 10 60 Q1 2017 Q2 2017 Q3 2017 Q4 2017 Non Display of Passes whilst Airside 0 10 20 Q1 2017 Q2 2017 Q3 2017 Q4 2017 Q1 2018 Security Reporting from Airport Workforce Airport X Case Study #AVSEC2018 Airport X Case Study Airport X INTRANET Security Manager – Immediate actions to address these issues #AVSEC2018 Airport X Case Study Security Manager – further actions to address these issues • Reporting of statistics at the Airport Seniors ‘Quarterly Action Group’ 10 Q1 2017 Q2 2017 Q3 2017 Q4 2017 Non Display of Passes whilst Airside 0 20 Q1 2017 Q2 2017 Q3 2017 Q4 2017 Q1 2018 Security Reporting from Airport Workforce No Endorsement received from Board on Security Managers initiatives - To be put on Agenda for next Meeting in four months time…… #AVSEC2018 Airport X Case Study THREAT ASSESSMENTS #AVSEC2018 Group Exercise 1 The Security Manager has been given 20 minutes of Airport X’s Board Level Agenda time. (...) Group Exercise 4 (10 Mins) #AVSEC2018 Airport X Case Study Intervention – Introduction of Airport X Security Policy #AVSEC2018 Group Exercise 5 (15 Mins) Using the ICAO Security Toolkit consider what interventions can be applied to help deliver successful behavioural change to improve worker vigilance and non-display of passes (whilst airside). A representative from each group is to feedback.
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Score: 752682.7 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...20%20Interactive%20Session.pdf
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 Confronting the Crisis demand and employment in a reapplication of Keynes’ ideas for our times (Insight 2), whilst also engaging in monetarist responses, the like and scale of which have never been seen before. (...) The IMF notes that policy-makers are now challenged with skillfully navigating between avoiding an early withdrawal of fi scal stimulus that could curtail economic recovery, whilst trying to avoid levels of public debt that could cause concerns about fi scal sustainability11.
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Score: 749576.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...s2/web/WebSearch/page0018.html
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The Prosecution did not file an appeal against the sentence whilst the Defence asked that he be acquitted on all grounds. (...) She stressed that the official archives of the Tribunal would remain with the Mechanism for the International Criminal Tribunals until another decision was made by the UN. Jelačić added that whilst the Tribunal’s Information Centers are primarily concerned with providing access to the archives to those most affected by its work, the citizens of the former Yugoslavia, the ICTY is currently working with a number of other international institutions on providing them access to public records of the archives so that they can be used in future projects. (...) He explained that this is done either through requests coming from the region or through their liaison representatives in The Hague. He emphasised that whilst a decision on the future location of the archives is pending, non confidential Court documents are already available to the public electronically.   ***** International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia For more information, please contact our Media Office in The Hague Tel.: +31-70-512-8752; 512-5343; 512-5356 Email: press [at] icty.org ( ) Follow ICTY on Facebook , Twitter and Youtube Contact us   |   Terms and Conditions of Use   |   Privacy Notice
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Score: 747554.1 - https://www.icty.org/sq/node/6714
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